A very dangerous, near-racional Rahi, the Blood Dragon was a creature specially created by Baltrax in order to suport armies in combat and terrify small villages all over Hato-Nui.
It can survive in nearly any environment and feeds of either blood or meat, specially hot blood (so it drinks his victim's blood while they're alive). The spikes and blades all over it's body, as well as it's claws and teeth, are very sharp and resistent, and deliver a powerful venom when touched. A vicius and ferocious creature, it'll attack anyone who seems worthy of it, and developed an special taste for Matoran.
The Blood Dragon was killed by the Toa Hato, during the Great War of Hato Nui, long before the construction of Neo Nui.
I love it! Great use of the Krika pieces :D Everything about him rules :D especially his leg design! Amazing job! btw if you have time, can you check this out please? http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/249003 thanks buddy :D
I've never been much of one for the Bionicle, so it has to be unique to catch my attention, and this has uniqueness in spades! I actually like the simplicity of the feet and, in contrast, love the complexity of the head. The use of the upside down foot was inspired; it gives it such a detailed jawline. Really great piece.~H
Quoting Jonathan Ladner
wow love this! :D although i dont understand about hato nui and stuff, i dont know much bout overall of bionicle, give me a short summary or something? :o
Thanks for comment! And don't worry, the Hato-Nui stuff is just a history I created... If you take a tour at my Neo-Nui folder you'll find more about it... Also, if you wanna know more about the official Bionicle history, just go to the biosector01 site, it has everything about it...
Cara,muito bom mesmo!Como o Tomás disse os pés são esquisitos,e meio nada a ver com o design do bixo,mas o resto ficou do caralho!Não usei muito bem minhas peças do Krika ainda,esses dias tentei fazer algo com elas,mas nada saiu.Hehehe...
Nice MOC and nice mini-story. A word of advice: break the story down into paragraphs and put them between the pics, it will give "rythm" to your page and make it less boring. If you get the hang of it you can get people to read even through pages made of over 20 pics :)