Continuing the discussion from The Origin of Vakama's Visions?:
Okay, so I made a new topic to point out something tangential: Vakama hardly ever sees the future, if you think about it.
Let's list the visions:
1: find the Great Disks -- he basically saw the fact that the disks could kill the Morbuzkah.
2:The Matoran are in spheres -- Teridax was already planning to do that.
3: Dangerous Rahi -- it literally said that was a vision of the past in the book.
4: Teridax's plan -- Kongu Inika could have done that... maybe.
5: There's a city full of Visorak -- already happening.
6: Lhikan dying -- okay, got no explanation for that one.
7: Matoro's death -- somebody remind me if Downfall (the only Bionicle book I don't have) says when this happened. In the comic, he doesn't mention it until after Matoro died.
8: That vision in Comic 21: Nightmare -- the only thing he foresaw was that the Visorak were going to mutate the Toa. This doesn't explain why he conveniently forgot Dume was actually good, or why Nuhrii had a living room. This one might be explained by the fact that Teridax thought at some point "If I am defeated, I will summon Roodaka and Sidorak." And the fact Vakama was right about the Toa winding up in cocoons was just dumb luck.
9: The Toa losing their Toa power -- name me one other way they could free the Matoran without Makuta's help.
10: sail through the Great Barrier -- no future here, just a fact.
11: Where Nuhrii was -- that one was happening as he saw it.
12: Mata Nui will fall asleep -- already Teridax's plan.
Also, it says somewhere that A) Vakama always had visions, and B) Edit: I was wrong about B.
Any visions I missed?