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Vahkiti And Temporal Cruiser
Posted by Richard on July 13, 2016 at 10:33 PM CST:
Vahkiti volunteered pictures of his self MOC, accompanied by the Temporal Cruiser, a vehicle styled after the Ussanui. I find it amazing how he managed to capture the style of the vehicle it was based on, while making something that was clearly different. The vehicle was long ago dismantled, and only a few small pictures remain of it. In the main article I've left the pictures at their full size since they fit the page well without having to use smaller thumbnails.
Retro News: July 11-20 2005
Posted by Richard on July 11, 2016 at 08:52 PM CST:
The Visorak and playsets are reaching more and more store shelves, while Mark tries to keep up on reviews. The LEGO® Land Amusement parks are sold to a new company. BIONICLE® shows up at Comic Con and eBay. Toys R Us and Target each get an exclusive set. the LEGO Company celebrates it's 50th anniversary.

Posted by Richard on July 11, 2016 at 06:01 PM CST:
Next up on the MOC'a'THON is a creation by Ranaki Pakewa; "This titan version is meant to take inspiration from the original Ranaki, and also the G2 version." You can read more details here or see more pictures in his imgur gallery.

G2 Mask Suva
Posted by Richard on July 10, 2016 at 08:33 PM CST:
This next creation for the MOC'a'THON is more of a utility structure I've put together. With each Toa and some villains coming packed with extra masks, I was having a hard time keeping track of them all. I finally got tired of it and put this together to help keep track of them.

Takuma MK5
Posted by Richard on July 10, 2016 at 04:06 PM CST:
I'd like to start off the MOC'a'THON with a revamp of an older character. Takuma MK5 is an artificially created Toa who regularly gets rebuilt. Not being confined to a typical life and death cycle, he regularly puts himself in harm's way when necessary to protect others. With each otherwise fatal incident, he receives a new and improved body, typically with some adjustments to suit the changing times. More details and pictures can be seen in the full story.
MOC'a'THON Celebration
Posted by Richard on July 10, 2016 at 03:49 PM CST:
To celebrate our site's 15th birthday, I'd like to share some personal creations of mine. I'd like to invite our readers to post their own creations on the front page too (Of course your always welcome to send us MOC pictures.). You can send me an email including a link to your creations, or post them in our MOC forum as well. Forum link.
15 Years
Posted by Richard on July 5, 2016 at 01:59 PM CST:
Today marks Mask Of Destiny's 15th birthday! Thank you all for your support and participation over the years, without it the site would not have made it this far. Forum link.

Happy Independence Day!
Posted by Richard on July 4, 2016 at 01:45 PM CST:
I was out of ideas for a MOC, when I realized Mark's creation Yahnkii could use an update. Forum link.
Retro News: July 1-10 2005
Posted by Richard on July 3, 2016 at 09:41 PM CST:
The BIONICLE® themed playsets reach store shelves as the new movie that (loosely) inspired them approaches. Mark shares a MOC, one more piece of vacation loot, and a number of new merchandise items.

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