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| June 6, 2012, 2:33 am
Quoting Jacobi Guardian of Water
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What will happen in the story? Something similar to the roleplay? And when do you start?
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| June 6, 2012, 3:09 pm
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Quoting Vored 03

What will happen in the story? Something similar to the roleplay? And when do you start?


The story is about the characters before they took their place as a toa. Warfare is oh so new to them all. They know of toa, and makuta, but it all seemed more of a myth to them.

The roleplay is only there to give me an idea of how your character would react everything that is taken place, and to entertain you all until the real deal to come out. Only stuff I like in the role play will go in the story.

I don't know when I will start, but hopefully the prologue will come out late June or early July.

Thank you.
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| June 6, 2012, 3:24 pm
Are we going to have any say in what our selfmocs will do in the actual storyboard? Or are you just gonna have them do what you'd want using the RPG as a guide.
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| June 6, 2012, 4:38 pm
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Quoting Jacob Manahan
Are we going to have any say in what our selfmocs will do in the actual storyboard? Or are you just gonna have them do what you'd want using the RPG as a guide.


I use the RPG as a personality guide.
Such as;

Jaivonn hates people but gets along with the people who treats him kindly.

Pirai has the personality of a teenager, but does what he can when someone need his help.

Jordan is a character who is calm most of the time, and does what he can to make other people's day brighter.

Vored is finds other people from other regions of mata-nui interesting and loves to learn about them.

Poison is an odd Ta-matoran, he is filled with excitement, and is like a child when he visits Ga-koro. He loves the beaches of Ga-koro and wahi, unlike more Ta-matoran.



I didn't really get much off of other matoran, such as Mudslide. But I have an idea of them all.
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| June 6, 2012, 5:43 pm
Quoting Jacobi Guardian of Water

I use the RPG as a personality guide.
Such as;

Pirai has the personality of a teenager, but does what he can when someone need his help.

Hahaha, nailed it. :D
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| June 6, 2012, 6:14 pm
Quoting Jacobi Guardian of Water

I use the RPG as a personality guide.
Such as;

Jaivonn hates people but gets along with the people who treats him kindly.

That's pretty close, but it's not as much that he hates people as he hates being around people. That's why he took up being a ranger as a toa/Donrulath(I have my own story line, so Donrulath has nothing to do with bionicle)so that he could be alone.

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| June 6, 2012, 7:11 pm
Quoting Jacobi Guardian of Water


Vored is finds other people from other regions of mata-nui interesting and loves to learn about them.



He finds them interesting, but learn about him... he is more the grumpy adventurer :P

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| June 8, 2012, 9:38 am
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I have a question for you guys:

How should I write the story?

1. Actions under the pictures
Example: Like a book with pictures

2. Have the pictures speak for themselves
Example: Like a movie would be.

Please vote;
A poll will be taken when I want to upload.
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| July 3, 2012, 8:02 pm
Quoting Jacobi Guardian of Water
I have a question for you guys:

How should I write the story?

1. Actions under the pictures
Example: Like a book with pictures

2. Have the pictures speak for themselves
Example: Like a movie would be.

Please vote;
A poll will be taken when I want to upload.

1. It will probably be easier to understand.
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| July 5, 2012, 11:28 am
Quoting Jacobi Guardian of Water
I have a question for you guys:

How should I write the story?

1. Actions under the pictures
Example: Like a book with pictures

2. Have the pictures speak for themselves
Example: Like a movie would be.

Please vote;
A poll will be taken when I want to upload.
Definitely 1. This way we can understand what's going through the characters heads. Also You'll be able to better describe the given situation.

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| July 7, 2012, 5:25 pm
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