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 Retro News: October 11-20 2002
Adrninistrator
Posted: Oct 23 2013, 10:32 PM


Moo


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News link

*Makes sure the link works*

*Makes sure he named it right*

Okay I think I'm good this time. I really wish I could see what all those prototypes looked like, but the manas that seemed to be the main point of the article (while not pictured Ive seen them) had claws that snapped shut when something push a lever inside of them, instead of just the punching hands. That snap shut claw mechanism was featured in the Mana ko design if you wanted to look it up. I understand why they chose not to use it, since the punching mechanism was tied to the movement, once they snapped shut they would pretty much jam the whole gear system if it was latched onto something big, like say the other mana it was designed to fight..

*waits for someone to point out some mistake he made*


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Takal
Posted: Oct 24 2013, 01:11 PM


Toa of Thunder


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No, you're off the hook. ...For now.

I'd never heard of the quest for the nest, though. I'm not sure it came out over here.


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It's not illegal, it's just cheating.

I'm into exam time right now... I'll be checking up frequently, but I don't expect to be posting in the next two weeks or so unless something really catches my eye.
Adrninistrator
Posted: Oct 24 2013, 11:02 PM


Moo


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I don't recall hearing about it either. Ive got two copies of something I think is called quest for makuta, where you build the map as you play using hexagons.


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Takal
Posted: Oct 25 2013, 11:05 AM


Toa of Thunder


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Got that, yeah.


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It's not illegal, it's just cheating.

I'm into exam time right now... I'll be checking up frequently, but I don't expect to be posting in the next two weeks or so unless something really catches my eye.
Matoro
Posted: Oct 28 2013, 12:49 AM


Birds R Awesome!


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I really got to start building once I get home. Hopefully another bionicle moc. That is one of my new years resolutions for 2013.

The cute turtle bird rahi are tempting me to build something.


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