In the new bionicle which toa will the kids hate the most
I don't think they will hate any.
But they will definetely be confuzed about Gali's voice in the Animations.
And maybe Kopaka's childish attitude.
the one that rivals their favourite
for many their fav would be tahu
and some kopaka.
Set-wise I'd say Lewa. The fact that there is so little head articulation, and you can't attach a skull spider to him would probably make a kid frustrated.
Probably Kopaka, no kid likes a black and blue color scheme.
I would probably say along the lines of Pohatu or Onua. To me, Pohatu was too easy and boring to build, while Onua was pretty complex and at times confused me for a bit. But it worked out.
Personally, though, all the sets are grand. Pohatu has quite the few cons, though, and most kids don't like the stone ones like me.
But...but he's Batman now.
Onua. He just looks too bulky to be favored by someone. Also, he doesn't have the same build as others do so he looks kinda out of place, at least set-wise
Kids who buy him won't know a lot about his personality. They try to look for the coolest one, which usually is Tahu or Kopaka or someone. Pohatu, like most Toa of Stone, often gets pushed aside and ends up as a shelf warmer. Who knows, though. He could end up being a favorite to kids!
I would say they won't like Lewa because in the whole story, he seems like a side character
A lot of the characters seem like side characters so far. Tahu has taken the main spotlight!
Sadly, Pohatu has become the Hawkeye of the 2015 Animations, always pushed to the background.
Kids will probably look to Omega Tahu because he appears to be the main character.
In terms of sets or animations?
Probably either Gali (because voice, and also little boys are sexist) or Pohatu, because he has been rather irrelevant and his personality is... grating, to say the least.
Explain? I don't really see a problem with him.
He's like Bad Cop... except his role is a little bit less important.
I doubt kids will collectively dislike a set, but I could be dead wrong.