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“It was in those days I discovered our destinies are not written in stone. We have to find them for ourselves. I found mine. Now it's time for you to make new legends, for that is the way of the BIONICLE.” — Turaga Vakama

The Custom BIONICLE Wiki, or CBW for short, is the single largest BIONICLE wiki in existence. Here, you and other fans of LEGO's BIONICLE line can make up your own MOC (My Own Creation) and display it in its own encyclopedia article! Anyone can put their custom BIONICLE creations and stories on this wiki, as long as it's not inappropriate or copyrighted.
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Featured Article

Karhi (Being)

For our first spotlight this month, we have Karhi, a very important piece of legend in BIONICLEToa’s BIONICLE: Insurgence storyline.

The Karhi is no stranger to the Custom BIONICLE Wiki. A version of the Karhi character has been present in BIONICLEToa’s storyline since 2013, when it was part of the now-defunct Splinters Universe. During that time, the Karhi was represented the character of Karhi, who coincidentally bore the Kanohi Karhi. That’s how he got his name, actually. Anyway, Karhi was a legendary creature of Karhi Nui (also named after the Kanohi), and was one of the central character of the Splinters storyline.

Now, the Karhi is a title passed on from host to host, the power being bestowed in the form of the Kanohi Karhi, the Mask of Destiny. The only known possessor of this power is Aranu, who, like the Karhi themselves, is merely a legend on the island of Karhi Nui.

Being a Karhi is also not an honor, as the power is said to be a curse. If you become a Karhi, your connection to the Matoran Universe – including your destiny and to Mata Nui himself – is severed. This will cause the host to spiral into depression, seeing their life as meaningless and chaotic.

If you want to get the full scope of being a Karhi, I highly recommend giving this article a read. It’s insightful and very interesting, and worthy of being this month’s Featured Article.

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Featured Image

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Photographed by A Sad Sangheiliand edited by Ihu, it looks as though the climactic Battle of Ce-Koro has won the featured image spot this month!

Depicting the legendary failure of Toa Orde to soothe the ill-tempered nature of the Zyglak species, this image has some truly inspired editing, with silhouettes of buildings superimposed in the background along with a frantic flurry of raindrops to accompany the swirling storm in the sky. With lightning and flames added to show the wreckage of the Ce-Matoran village this confrontation takes place in, Ihu has truly outdone himself!

But, what’s more, the image combines visual effects with the practical benefits of a well-composed action shot. With Orde rising into the air in a powerful dive and the Zyglak placed in the foreground, the viewer truly gets a unique sense of scale here, for it is Orde who is the challenger and the Zyglak with whom the perspective is shared. Here we share in the wrath of the first Toa of Psionics as he prepares for one final, desperate lunge.

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Featured Creation


This moc is red. Do you know what else is red? RUSSIA! THE MOTHERLAND! HAIL!

Okay, let’s get the obvious said. This is a Vorred moc. Do you know what that means? It is instantly good. In fact, you are required by law to love it. It’s in the policy, trust me.

But let’s actually look at Lorani and stop creating filler wasting space, yeah? Right off the bat (or spear, I suppose) it’s exceedingly obvious that this moc is almost entirely custom (and frankly I cannot fault him for not making a custom head). From the feet, to the legs, to both arms, and the torso, this is one hecka complicated and impressive moc.

In particular I’d like to draw attention to the torso and the arm. Lorani has what appears to be a prosthetic/mechanical arm that best girl and Bucky would kill for. In particular the use of that curved piece gives the arm a much more unique look that is very pleasing to the eye.

As for the torso… well, as usual I can’t make any sense of it. It is absolutely mind-boggling. But I do know that it looks really really great and the shape of it compliments the moc very well. And of course special mention to that bit behind her head. I’m a sucker for things like that (hinthint).

Alright. We’ve met our quota for fawning over Vorred for the day. Just kidding, there is no quota, keep it up. And also Bob. Because he’ll do things to me if I don’t mention him.

Go away.

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Featured Story


Well, Bob has proven once again that we keep him here for a reason. Having put out yet another story, this time oriented around the often-neglected second generation, Bob once again proves that his writing chops are everything they are so often made out to be.

The Protectors were never the object of much interest, perhaps less on the part of the Lego staff than even for the fans. They received generic “elderly” characterization and were essentially dropped (save for narration purposes) from the plot of the rest of the story following the first half of 2015.

Bob seeks to remedy this, and in one of his classic Bob-style “short” stories, he dives deep into one of the most profound psychological influences on Kivoda: his relationship with his father, the preceding Protector of Water. The rising protector grapples with living up to the legacy of his forebear on the brink of Makuta’s return. Kulta and his forces have begun pulling the strings that will give way to the invasion of the Skull Spiders. The Skull Grinder deploys his newest minion, the “Skull Snatcher” to claim the Golden Mask of Water and disrupt the Prophecy of Heroes. Kivoda goes to stop him, but with it will come a revelation that shocks his world.

Written as a precursor to BionicleChicken’s Wandering, Riptide cleverly sets the stage for the growing power of the Skull Army, even as it explores Kivoda as he grapples with his responsibilities. Riptide is a must-read for any G2 fan, and as one who regretted not seeing the lesser characters explored more, I am happy to see light shed on Kivoda’s inner workings. (Here’s hoping he’ll do something for the other Protectors, and set throughout the G2 saga!)

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Featured User

Pits FI

He’s back. Who’s back? It’s resident CBW memester, Pitcat!

Pitcat has been a member of this wiki since 2011, and has been active sporadically throughout the last eight years. He really picked up activity in mid-2015 and has been a staple of the CBW since then.

In his time on the wiki, Pit has definitely made his mark. He notably served as a Rollback in 2016, where he brainstormed and hatched the Adoption Policy, which was swiftly and widely approved by the community. The policy allows users to adopt otherwise-doomed stub pages from inactive users and make them their own. It’s a great policy that has expanded the creativity showcased on the wiki.

Aside from his service as a member of staff, Pit is also a prolific MOCist. Maybe you’ve seen a few of his creations here. They’ve been featured several times. If you have, you know that he has a talent for attaching plastic toy pieces together to make art. His most notable creations are Chiras, his self-MOC, Spidrek, Tama, and Bezeal. Tama is my personal favorite.

But, above all, Pit is a simply wonderful person to hang out with and have a good chat. He’s a regular in the CBW community, and I’d truly hate to lose him.

So, let’s all give a rousing round of applause to our man, Pitcat.

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Manual of Style

Before making articles, we recommend that all new users read through our Manual of Style, the quintessential guidelines to article layouts on this wiki. The Manual explains the manner in which all articles should be made and how they should be structured. The wiki staff uphold the Manual of Style as the necessary format of all articles, so we advise that in order to prevent your articles from entering our improvement categories, you have a quick read through of the Manual.

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