Aided by minions from the spirit world, Komorro makes a triumphant return from death as a Toa Kuelu
About this creation
After Komorro, as a Demi-Toa of Might, had come to completely resemble Lathilin, Lathilin's soul became active and expelled Komorro's soul from his body. Komorro, now a toa soul, tried using mind-blasts on Lathilin in a vain attempt to strike back, but he exhausted his spiritual energy and was immediately swept away to the afterlife. He faced Kihoku, just as Tohuka did. "You toa are dropping like flies," Kihoku commented. "I was forced from my body thanks to an entity named Lathilin," Komorro retorted, "I couldn't help that." "Lathilin?!" Kihoku repeated, bewildered, "He's returned?! You must return immediately to the physical world and subdue him, for if he regains his full power (see Lathilin under Warriors folder), the whole continent is doomed. Your spirit energy is exhausted, so you will need to rest here for now." He then summoned two souls from the other side, whom appeared as a rahi and an enlarged Toa Mata. "These two are Matengu and Tane-Ja, both of whom were killed before their time. They will show you around and be your guides as you regain power." Komorro merely nodded.
Once in the afterlife, which appeared as a castle-city in a massive meadow, filled with departed souls, overlooking an endless void, Matengu and Tane-Ja put Komorro through multiple exercises to enhance spiritual power, and Komorro learned every one of them, working at them until he perfected them. These exercises included meditation, workouts (workouts as a soul increase spiritual energy the same way phsyical workouts better the body), and tutoring in the spiritual arts.
Eventually, Komorro had perfected his abilities as a soul, and was ready to move back into the physical world again. Matengu and Tane-Ja took him to Kihoku, who tested his abilities against himself. Komorro never let Kihoku's weapons touch him, nor could he strike Kihoku. "Excellent, Komorro," Kihoku exclaimed, "You will be of excellent help to the other Toa, for you will be the only Toa Kuelu to have completely mastered his powers, for not even my brother, Tohuka (see Tohuka, Toa Kuelu of Earth V1) has mastered his abilities, though he is powerful."
"What is a Toa Kuelu's potential?" Komorro asked. "A Toa Kuelu has access to both his native element as well as the power of light. Your brothers, Tohuka, Zweilhander, and Leithe, all use their native elements in combat, but they have barely begun to tap into their power of light. A master Toa Kuelu can entwine both light and his native element, exercising total superiority over both. Tohuka has already started by taking on his light-form, but once he and the others master the abilities of a Toa Kuelu, just one of you could bring down a being as strong as Mukraatan. But I have said enough. Will you return to help your brothers and sisters?" "... I will under one condition," Komorro said, "Give Matengu and Tane-Ja a second chance at life with me." "It shall be done." Kihoku responded, pushing all three of them backwards, "Since your Metal-Affiliated body still exists, your new element shall be that of stone!"
Komorro fell back into the physical world as a soul, once again. He saw two other souls flanking him, all of whom were in a rocky area of Lei-Kueva known as the Ruined Farmstead (see Bionicle Epic 2008: The Search for Komorro (Parts 1-3)). Silent, Komorro tapped into his spiritual abilities, and brought a multitude of stones in the area up and around his body, imbueing them with light, molding them into a body. He was complete.
He did the same with the other two souls, though he molded their bodies in the same fashion as their spirits, which represented how they used to look.
-After Bionicle Epic 2008: The Search For Komorro-
Komorro is currently the strongest of the Toa Kuelu, being able to summon entire armies of rock creatures out of thin air. These creatures are imbued with light and expel it with every strike they make. He can also fire a blast of energized stone mixed with light. Should an enemy try and strike him, he can encase them in stone and then incinerate them with pure light. His other abilites are described below in their respected areas.
"I'll beat you into dust!"
"Let me give you a new understanding of the word "Kuelu"!"
"Tohuka, focus on the presence of light within you. It is your servant, not your master."
(To Mukraatan) "The gods shudder at the sound of my name! After today, so will you."
(In response to Makuta Venorax's claim that he impersonates the gods) "You fool, I am much more than a mere Nui..."
Main pose with the incarnation of the gun-toting minion, Matengu, knick-named "Shakespeare" for the poetry he writes in his free time, and his spirit-rahi, Tane-Ja, a distant relative to the Kane-Ra, whom Komorro knicknamed "Feather".
Komorro by himself. Since his body is made from light-entwined stone, he can reform himself if someone kills him and/or breaks him apart.
The front armor. I figured the black and brown would be reminiscent of his Toa Kueva days.
One arm. The spines of his amor convulse when chargde with light energy, allowing Komorro to pierce armor very easily should he swing at an enemy.
The other arm.
The Doom's Head Sceptre. Once Komorro activates it, he can animate his armies of stone giants and command them to do his will. The blade, when charged with light, can cut through virtually anything, but without light power, it has no abilities.
Matengu, also known as Shakespeare (See Bionicle Epic 2008: The search for Komorro Part II)
His two assault rifles can punch through most armor, even Krita Ghost Soldier armor (Lt. Spekra didn't believe it though. (See Bionicle Epic 2008: The search for Komorro Part II))
Tane-Ja, also known as Feather (See Bionicle Epic 2008: The search for Komorro Part II)
He can run on all fours and fight using his claws as melee weapons. He is a master of melee combat.
You acctually found a use for the piraka spine. You deserve the nobel prize! This is great! I'm not really sure how much I like the staves, but the Toa itself rocks. as for the other two, "Feather" is awesome, and so is "Shakespeare". (Though his chest is a bit odd) Great overall job!