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 Mask Of Destiny News
Retro News: March 1-10 2004
Posted by Richard on March 1, 2015 at 11:12 PM CST:
Dave continues his ToyFair coverage and gets some time to drop by the flagship TRU, while Mark hunts down some food borne collectibles.
Brick Universe Less Than A Month Away
Posted by Richard on March 1, 2015 at 10:20 PM CST:
Brick Universe, a fan-run convention, is approaching fast, and will be held on March 26th - 29th for pre-registered exhibitors. There are perks for attending the full four day event even if you don't want to bring in something to display, but if your not keen on the $75.00 USD price for registering late, you can still attend during the public hours on the 28th and 29th for $10-15 USD depending on how you buy the tickets. So far the event is looking good, and if the helpfulness of the coordinators with my own display is any clue, it should be a great convention. Forum link
Chapter II of Okoto Online Game Released
Posted by Richard on March 1, 2015 at 07:16 PM CST:
bionicle_fanatic informs me that chapter two of the fan-made game is ready, and details can be found here in this topic on BZPower. You can also follow him on twitter. Forum link.
Retro News: February 21-29 2004
Posted by Richard on February 21, 2015 at 09:46 PM CST:
Dave Continues the Toy Fair coverage, Mark puts together a Kanoka disc builder (which makes for a lovely decoder too if you still have your discs around), a rare Krana finds it's way to eBay, and a calender meets it's end before it ever began.
Retro News: February 11-20 2004
Posted by Richard on February 11, 2015 at 10:27 PM CST:
Toyfair arrives, the Toa Metru are on store shelves, and the Vahki are making their first appearance. Dave makes a MOC and goes on a comic scavenger hunt for a friend, while Mark finds the last of the six great kanoka disks.

Onua 2015 Version Set Review
Posted by Richard on February 10, 2015 at 06:26 PM CST:
Something does feel lacking about Onua's latest incarnation, and while I feel he could have used some work on his colorscheme and more attention to his legs, he rounds out the Elemental Masters by adding more variety to the team. If the novelty of his design wears off and your feeling creative, he boasts a number of useful parts for custom creations.
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