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Take it easy on me here, I'm new to this wiki stuff User:Kota9999

Please, don't dismiss me, I don't want to disappoint/hurt/anything you, I really pleased that I'm not the only one who wants this wiki to be updated and to make it works. Personally, I was never interested in HF, and as I said in my latest edit summary on the Von Nebula page, his revenge was the most ridicluous thing ever in this line... If Nebula had been Teridax's son, Teridax would've killed himself... I really like your style, and just wanna, kinda, help you with my fellow edits. If you were not there, I would never have updated the weapons pages.

A tip, if leave some notes on the talk pages, use ~~~~ and it would make the same thing with your name, what it makes with mine. :) — SurelNuva (Talk) 01:48, 12 November 2017 (UTC)

I'm not trying to dismiss you here, and I'm happy you like a lot of my edits, also what is with the + and - thing? is there a points system in here or something? User:Kota9999

It indicates that how many bytes(there characters) were added (+)/removed(-) from the page(s). — SurelNuva (Talk) 01:54, 12 November 2017 (UTC)

I also want to point a correction on Ogrum's weapon, Ogrum's weapon should be called a Wrecking Flail, as flails have ball and chains. Maces are more like clubs. User:Kota9999

Eh, the kinda problem with it that the original website called it Wrecking Mace, and the HS01 must reflect that. So It's a Wrecking Mace which looks like a fail. Another error/problem with in the Hero Factory itself. — SurelNuva (Talk) 07:45, 13 November 2017 (UTC)

what a weird way to put it User:Kota9999

Also, I really dislike the final outcome of the Invasion from Below with the Heroes technically committing mass genocide on the Jumper species. Why? all the Jumpers were doing was trying to defend their home. These robots disturbed them in their nesting grounds. What a stupid way to end Hero Factory in my opinion. I love the Jumpers now that I understood their reasons for attacking Antropolis. Killing them was a huge mistake on the writers part. User:Kota9999

Well, the heroes did not mean to kill then, the Goo Shooters and their weapons were design to knock them unconscious rather than killing them. But if the Heroes didn't protect themselves, the Beasts would have conqured the city and captured all of the inhabitants. But what did you do if a ranged Queen Beast which is more than 10 times larger than you had attacked you for one of her little monsters fired a hero gun (and the Queen made the Heroes put down their weapons). Would have you died and have your teammates and a whole city killed by some Beasts or had you tried to save them? Off course the Beasts wanted to make their territory larger by conquring the city; and an animal usually attack anything that it is its territory you could say. But if we, humans, would kill a lion or a tiger in its territory just to save ourselves from their attacks, what do we want from some Robots? (whose story was also written by a human) — SurelNuva (Talk) 14:40, 4 December 2017 (UTC)(
Not to mention that the whole IFB story was a Pecific Rim rip off. — SurelNuva (Talk) 14:49, 4 December 2017 (UTC))
At least they won't be ripping off Pacific Rim 2.... aka Uprising. Also i wonder, if there's a Queen Beast, is there existence of a King Beast? User:Kota9999
Does a Bee swarm have a king? No. I'm 100% sure that any of the male jumper Beasts could have mate with the Queen Beast so it could have gave birth to the jumpers (more likely lay eggs, but whatever) so they could evolve into any of the Larger "mutated" Beasts. And as in a Bee swarm, a new Queen specimen could birth, I think there were at least 1 other Queen Beast which were chased away by the stronger one, what we saw in the Episode. And not e very jumper were killed, as I saw, only the ones which fell into the acid-like lakes. So, for me, it's very possibly that in those caves there's a younger Queen Beast, and the survivor Beasts joined her after the death of the old Queen. (Why the bees? They have a similar hierarchical system what the Jumpers had, and I always saw the Jumpers as some kinda mutant insect things. Their legs are more insectiod likes than mammal/reptilian leg; and the set figs were very similar to the minifig Visorak of course; and they jumped like a grasshopper) But that's only my speculations, I never really liked the Hero Factory, for me, it was a bit too simple, only the books gave it something worthy. But I'd like to think more of it than it really my theory mentioned above. Making theories is one thing, but that they must not be inserted into the main pages, is another. The main pages must contain only canonical information, and exclude fan theories/speculations. — SurelNuva (Talk) 22:28, 4 December 2017 (UTC)
Oh.......I honestly never thought the Jumpers were more comparable to bees. That is most interesting to me. User:Kota9999
Well, these Beasts had the same hierarchical system and hive-mind, what the bees do. For me, it was the easiest way to describe my opinion on them. — SurelNuva (Talk) 19:54, 5 December 2017 (UTC)

And your opinion on the Jumpers? do you like em or not? User: Kota9999

Generally, I liked the idea that little monsters evolve into large Beasts, and their hive mind connects them. The idea was great, but the sets were just okay... The little jumpers were great, they reminded me to the Visorak minifigs, what I love; but the large beasts could've done better. More armor, maybe much organic looking ones could have been used on them, I really liked the head design, Jaw Beast's large claws reminded me to the Visorak legs, Tunneler Beast should have been larger, okay she was the smallest (not counting the Russian polybag) beast of the 2nd wave, but C'mon, Crystal Beast was in the same size as Jaw Beast, Tunneler Beast could even have a more custom built torzo, and more articulated legs. I know, the saga "targeted" the younger children, but if they had looked cooler, (as well as the other HF sets -really, the lone saga what I liked is the Break Out waves, but they also had an unfinished look, but it's just me) the sets could have been popular. The episodes must have been better... — SurelNuva (Talk) 03:57, 6 December 2017 (UTC)

That actually does kinda make sense. Besides that, you know what I think made Von Ness go rouge? I think he was scared of "Silver" the whole time actually. User:Kota9999

Its much more simple. He was sure that the drone will destroy them and he wanted to live longer. He fled because he wanted to keep his head rather than being destroyed by a ranging large mech. After Stormer defeated it, Ness became jelous of him, and when it became known by everyone in the Hero Factory that he would have sacrified Stormers and Thresher's lives just to save himself, he knew he had no place in the organisation anymore, so he went on the other road and using his knowledge, somehow transformed/rebuilted himself into a titan and became a crime lord. Why Ness wanted to be the arch enemy of Stormer? 'Cause the drone didn't killed him, and because of that no one spared the "lone survivor" Von Ness. (obviousle cause his team wasn't destroyed, as he'd thought them to be) Off course it's ridiculous, but the audience was the younger (than myself) kids. — SurelNuva (Talk) 14:46, 6 December 2017 (UTC)

Any similarities between Von Nebula and Core Hunter? User:Kota9999

Not so many. Core Hunter got rogue on his own, like Tuyet. Von Ness thought he'd done the right thing, kinda like Nidhiki when he betrayed Lhikan. Off course the main difference between them was that Nidhiki tried to save the lives of Lhikan and Metru Nui's entire population, while Von Ness only cared about himself. — SurelNuva (Talk) 19:00, 7 December 2017 (UTC)

huh, other than the fact that both were once heroes themselves? User: Kota9999

I must announce that I have mostly semi-retired from collecting Bionicle, mostly, but not permanently. I still love it. Kota9999 (talk) 19:25, 19 January 2018 (UTC)

Actually, I wasn't about to buy the Bionicle sets which I did'n habe before, the original project was to replace the parts (which got lost during the years) of my original sets, and I eventually found & buy some sets which I never had (like Axonn or the Battle of Metru Nui playset) on a cheaper price or just in some kinda "parts packs" (you know, people throw their bionicle[or eventually hero factory] releated parts into a box or bag and sell it) As soon as I finished replacing the lost pieces/parts from my sets, I'm gonna parts-out some sets, what I don't have, and finish my MoC projects (like Toa Hagah, Toa Varian, Lariska, Kualus' bike, jetpacks for Gaaki & Kualus-maybe there's something else what's not in the top of my head now-) I'm definitely not about to have any more HF sets, but if there is an incomplete one in a "parts-pack" (mentioned above) I'll probably complete it, but I'm not gonna have any more HF sets on any other ways. — SurelNuva (Talk) 23:24, 19 January 2018 (UTC)

Oh yeah I’m semi retired from HF too btw Kota9999 (talk) 07:00, 20 January 2018 (UTC)