Chapter Two-Talkin Around at the Speed of Sound
Hey hey guess what Pohatu’s gonna be annoying in this story.
Kopaka was having a decidedly bad day. VERY bad. On the plus side, he did wake up from nightmares, therefore stopping them. But he was being followed, followed by this guy who had a flipped body and would JUST…NOT…STOP…TALKING!!! Kopaka was NEVER one for talking. What was the need for it? Maybe some verbal communication here and there, but for the love of Mata Nui (who Kopaka was pretty cool with saving) why did this guy always have to talk?! From what the Toa of Ice had found out, this guy was Pohatu. Pretty laidback, Toer of Stone, chatterbox. Oh and add singerbox to that list. If that’s even a thing. Here for you, the reader, is provided some of Pohatu’s “poetry”.
HERE TO SAVE THE MATORAN, HERE TO SAVE THE LAND
HERE TO DEFEAT MAKUTA, BUT CAN KOPAKA MAKE A PLAN?
I AM A TOA HERO, AND THAT’S WHAT I’M GONNA BE
Kopaka, who had a thinking mind (a mind for thinking about everything) could not stand this imbecile’s constant ranting. To make matters worse, he has to trek up a mountain with this madman. On his 10th minute with Pohatu, Kopaka turned around and said in his low, cool voice,
“You need to stop. NOW!” he barked.
“Um, what? Why so salty, brother Toa?” asked Pohatu innocently.
“You! For the love of all that is good in the world, stop TALKING!” That shut Pohatu up. He didn’t talk for the rest of the trip, even when they found other Toa. Even now, around the Matoran campfires, some say that Pohatu’s spirit was broken at that moment, by the cruel and coldhearted Kopaka.
Just kidding, Pohatu actually stopped talking for a mintue then went right back to his thing.
-End of Chapter Two-
(so apparently i have to put the fanfic in one post, so I’ll start from here since the first two are alternate version of the same chapter)
-Chapter Three-"For the Love of Some Dirt"
Onua. How does one explain Onua? Alright, I was being rhetorical. Don’t answer that and let me continue on with the story. Onua was a thinker, really. All day he would think, thank, thunk. It was his thing, really. So everyday since he left his canister, he would sit on a rock, and think. The villages Turaga, Whenua, was not a big fan of the thinking. I mean, it’s not like the village was constantly under attack by Rahi and Onua was the only one with the power to stop them. Luckily for Whenua, Onua was about to come out of his thinking ways and finally put a plan into action. Said plan was formulated during his thinking. Said plan involved a bridge, as many Rahi as they could find, and bait. A bait that was willing to do anything.
"Whenua, is there anyone in the village who's dumb enough and willing to be Rahi-bait?" asked Onua.
“You mean like a scrub or noob? We’ve got tons of those!” replied Whenua. “You probably want Nuparu. He’s smart, but underappreciated. He’d do anything for some attention and glory!”
-to be continued-
Chapter Three-Part 2
After his conversation with Whenua, Onua set out for Nuparu’s house. There was absolutely no problem finding it-just head for the sound of the drills that make your ears bleed. Onua stuffed some dirt in his ears (It didn’t work. At all) and entered Nuparu’s house while bracing himself for the horror that’s inside (Pokemon!). Upon entering Nuparu’s house, he saw a figure hunched over in the corner of a room while untangling a mess of wires from a boards. Onua took a step, but before he could make a sound, the figure (who’s obviously Nuparu) whirled around and began speaking to Onua.
“Hey hey hey hi are you a Toa?” said Nuparu.
“Um, well yes. So I need your help with-”
"You? A Toa? Need my help? Wow, I’m honored! My name’s Nuparu! Are you Toa Onua?
“Um, yes, so-” Onua was cut off by Nuparu holding out a sheet of fibers. He wanted Onus’s autograph. “Look, Nuparu, I really need your help and…” Onua was cut off once again by Nuparu starting to tear up. Give me a break, Onua thought. He signed the sheet, then began to tell Nuparu about the plan he had. Nuparu would attract the Rahi to the bridge, where Onua would then corner the Rahi and call the Onu-Koro Guard to help him remove the infected masks. When Nuparu asked about the Rahi running away, Onua remarked that the bridge they were trapping the Rahi at led to a dead end tunnel.
“What about me?” asked Nuparu. “Won’t I get eaten or something?”
“We’ll cross that bridge when we come to it,” replied Onua. The two then stepped outside the gather the Guard for the execution of the plan. If only they knew that Makooti wasn’t bothering with Onu-Koro and had just sent down Fikou spiders scared of their won shadow. Luckily for them, before they could waste all this time, someone entered the village. This was a Toa, for one, and he wore green armor, and he merged words to create a slang. Can you guess who he is?
-End of Chapter Three-
As any Bionicle fan will know (oops broke the fourth wall), this was the happy-go-lucky Toa of Air, also known as Lewa. Except he wasn’t actually the happy person that he is shown to be (the children would get the a-scares). One could say the real Lewa was the most edgy creature in existence. The arrival of Lewa was sounded my the angry shouts of Matoran as he shoved them aside. When Lewa came into full view of Onua and Nuparu, they saw that he was not without his characteristic dark shades, making it nearly impossible to see his eyes (however some completely respectable and totally not fake tabloid papers suspect that he has none behind his face). Then Lewa began to talk.
“'Sup,” he said.
“Ohai are you a Toa too?” asked Nuparu, not knowing the danger of speaking to Lewa.
“Wait, there are more Toa? Oh right, we’re supposedly a team,” realized Onua.
Lewa eyed Onua with a look that shouldn’t be described. “I work alone,” he said.
“Well, I’m sure we can come to a compromise with that will work for all of us-” Before he could finish his sentence, Lewa turned around and walked away. “He seems to get angry fast.” Onua remarked to Nuparu.
“Yeah, but he is a Toa. He can’t be that bad. So should we go do the thing with the Rahi?” asked Nuparu.
“No, I’ll try to get Lewa in on being part of the team. You stay home.”
“Alright, I’ll be going now, then. Bye Toa-” Just then, Nuparu was run over by a truck with an ominous skull on the front crashing through the village. Also it was being driven by a skeleton with four arms and a head that could not have possible belonged to a human. He was also holding four golden weapons.
“KRAZI!!! Get up here and help me drive this!” shouted the skeleton.
“Coming Samukai!” said a muffled voice, supposedly Krazi, from below the vehicle. Before Onua could run to help Nuparu, he saw the truck heading straight for Lewa, who was unaware of the carnage (this is why you shouldn’t listen to music with headphones at full blast kids). Not willing to let his comrade die, Onua attempted to utilize his earth powers to stop the truck and rescue Lewa.
He was unsuccessful.