Chat with Greg Farshtey

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lordbio123 wrote:
ScribeGT6817 wrote:
voporak1 wrote:

 

Hello Mr Greg

 

In LEGO the movie, it had been mentioned that there's diverse kingdoms. These kingdoms represent the diverse worlds of LEGO like the world of Ninjago and Super Heroes. And the Bionicle universe is one of these kingdoms as it has been shown in the movie. My question is to know if the Olmak could visit these kingdoms?

 

 

My understanding is that LEGO Movie is its own continuity, and is not the same as BIONICLE continuity.

Then why was BIONICLE in the LEGO movie? Confused

If you don't know why, that's okay

Because the filmmakers wanted to put it there. Note that what we were showing was original BIONICLE, and  in all the years that ran, we NEVER had BIONICLE cross-over with any other theme.

Keilax wrote:
Keilax wrote:

Hi Mr Farshtey! I know you probably don't care about my personal life, but, I have been into BIONICLE in 2007. My first BIONICLE was Dekar, the Po-Matoran who tragically was doomed to be Hydraxon. I still have him, along with all my other sets. I suppose I just wanted to say, it's really great that you still do this. Even though I can't speak for others, I know it has been postive to me. I think you told a fantastic story, which, in the end, is what matters, I believe. No matter what some people may say, BIONICLE is truly among the best stories I've ever known. That said, I suppose I should ask some questions now.

 

1) Do you reckon Vezon is capable of actually killing any one? I mean, he was dangerous with the Ignika, but afterwards, no matter how fantastic a character he was, he wasn't really that dangerous.

2) Do you consider him a bad guy? Or something else?

3) Who came up with the Red Star idea? (Of it being an afterlife and rebirth centre)

4) Does the Olmak have limitations? As in, can it only travel to alternate universes in it's own multiverse (the BIONICLE Multiverse) or can it travel to other Multiverses too? I know that it would never happen, but hypothetically, could it?

5) Is it possible for just 2 Toa to fuse? Or is it a minimum of 3? 

6) Could 2 Kaita's fuse? What would that make if they can? Would it be some special fusion, or would it be a Toa Nui? As, the fusion would still have 6 Toa.

7) Does the GSB have limitations in its Dream/Reality Warping ability? 

You missed this I think. Sorry if I'm being annoying.

1) Yes, he is.

2) I consider him psychotic

3) Me

4) Only within its own multiverse

5) A Kaita is three

6) No, because then you would have six Toa fused and it would be a Toa Nui, which does not exist.

7) Not that we have seen

Wilmerkardell wrote:

Hello Mr. Farshtey!

 

Two quick questions about the Kanohi Iden, if the user gets into another body without a Kanohi Iden, can they leave the body again?

 

If they get into a body that can't use element powers normally (such as a Vortixx). Can they still use their elemental power?

 

Thanks!

 

1) Yes. When the mask effect expires or the mask is removed from the original body, the spirit gets drawn back to its original body.

2) No

 

 



 

 

 


I have managed to scrounge up some more Bionicle questions:

 

1. On question 5 up above, would the toa trap each other too?

2. Are the stars and suns in the MU just lightstones?

2a. If not, do they just see the ceiling?

3. Do Glatorian/Agori marry or something like it?

4. Do ancient entities (Artakha, Karzahni, etc.) remember the GB?

5. Did MU inhabitants have to travel all the way to the robot's foot to get out?

6. How did Mata-Nui land on other planets? Did he lay down and use camo?

7. Say someone uses an Olmak to travel to an alternate dimension and stays there for 10 years. When he goes back to the main dimension, have the ten years passed?

8. When Mata-Nui renewed Spherus-Magna, did he include giving multiple regions for the matoran?

9. If the GB made the Scroll of Preparations, could they somehow predict the future?

10. What would spark a Matoran's transformation into a toa?

11. When Matoran turn into toa, they automatically get new armor, right, so do they get weapons too?

12. Is every metallic form of protodermis magnetic, including armor?

13. Do you think it would be possible for someone to change a toas element? such as by replacing their energies with diferent 1s

1) No,. It would be a pointless power then

2) Depends. The suns in Metru Nui, for example, were the eyeholes of the robot. The stars read by Makuta in 2004 were the electrical energy of the robot's brain

3) One would assume

4) No

5) No. There are hatches in various places

6) The island on his face was camo. He would submerge in an ocean and create a false island.

7) Depends on if the two dimensions are moving at the same rate of time. Some do, some don't

8) No

9) No, they simply had foresight into possible problems that might occur

10) We have seen it done by Toa stones and lightning from the red star

11) If I recall correctly, they have to choose weapons, but I may be misremembering

12) Do you mean can it be affected by magnetism? Yes

13) No

ScribeGT6817 wrote:
lordbio123 wrote:
ScribeGT6817 wrote:
voporak1 wrote:

 

Hello Mr Greg

 

In LEGO the movie, it had been mentioned that there's diverse kingdoms. These kingdoms represent the diverse worlds of LEGO like the world of Ninjago and Super Heroes. And the Bionicle universe is one of these kingdoms as it has been shown in the movie. My question is to know if the Olmak could visit these kingdoms?

 

 

My understanding is that LEGO Movie is its own continuity, and is not the same as BIONICLE continuity.

Then why was BIONICLE in the LEGO movie? Confused

If you don't know why, that's okay

Because the filmmakers wanted to put it there. Note that what we were showing was original BIONICLE, and  in all the years that ran, we NEVER had BIONICLE cross-over with any other theme.

Ah


1) No,. It would be a pointless power then

2) Depends. The suns in Metru Nui, for example, were the eyeholes of the robot. The stars read by Makuta in 2004 were the electrical energy of the robot's brain

3) One would assume

4) No

5) No. There are hatches in various places

6) The island on his face was camo. He would submerge in an ocean and create a false island.

7) Depends on if the two dimensions are moving at the same rate of time. Some do, some don't

8) No

9) No, they simply had foresight into possible problems that might occur

10) We have seen it done by Toa stones and lightning from the red star

11) If I recall correctly, they have to choose weapons, but I may be misremembering

12) Do you mean can it be affected by magnetism? Yes

13) No


4. WHy not? Tren Krom remembered them....

13. What if a GB did it? or Mata Nui?

Hello Mr Greg I know that I already asked you these questions, but you have never answered these questions. The GSR could be affected by an EMP? or he has protection against this sort of thing? The power of adaptation of the Makuta could work in space? Annona could one day free herself of the dimension where she was sent? You said that there was another GSR in Spherus Magna but Mata Nui was not aware of its existence and it have never been used. My question is whether there's artificial life in this robot like the original MU? And it has a similar appearance to the GSR or it looks more like the Robot Prototype or it has its own appearance? When Axonn is angry his strength increases dramatically right? this strength can rival that of Onua with his Pakari Nuva or he can surpass it?

lordbio123 wrote:
ScribeGT6817 wrote:
lordbio123 wrote:
ScribeGT6817 wrote:
voporak1 wrote:

 

Hello Mr Greg

 

In LEGO the movie, it had been mentioned that there's diverse kingdoms. These kingdoms represent the diverse worlds of LEGO like the world of Ninjago and Super Heroes. And the Bionicle universe is one of these kingdoms as it has been shown in the movie. My question is to know if the Olmak could visit these kingdoms?

 

 

My understanding is that LEGO Movie is its own continuity, and is not the same as BIONICLE continuity.

Then why was BIONICLE in the LEGO movie? Confused

If you don't know why, that's okay

Because the filmmakers wanted to put it there. Note that what we were showing was original BIONICLE, and  in all the years that ran, we NEVER had BIONICLE cross-over with any other theme.

Ah

One other important note on this -- remember that the entire story of the LEGO Movie is a kid playing with LEGO sets in his basement. It's not meant to reflect canon storyline for any of the themes.

lordbio123 wrote:

1) No,. It would be a pointless power then

2) Depends. The suns in Metru Nui, for example, were the eyeholes of the robot. The stars read by Makuta in 2004 were the electrical energy of the robot's brain

3) One would assume

4) No

5) No. There are hatches in various places

6) The island on his face was camo. He would submerge in an ocean and create a false island.

7) Depends on if the two dimensions are moving at the same rate of time. Some do, some don't

8) No

9) No, they simply had foresight into possible problems that might occur

10) We have seen it done by Toa stones and lightning from the red star

11) If I recall correctly, they have to choose weapons, but I may be misremembering

12) Do you mean can it be affected by magnetism? Yes

13) No


4. WHy not? Tren Krom remembered them....

13. What if a GB did it? or Mata Nui?

4) There was no way for TK to not be aware of them since they were the ones who essentially "fired" him once MN was ready. That doesn't apply in other cases.

13) A GB could, yes, but why bother? If you need an Air Toa instead of a fire one, it would probably be faster just to build a new Air Toa than convert. Mata Nui could not.

ScribeGT6817 wrote:
lordbio123 wrote:
ScribeGT6817 wrote:
lordbio123 wrote:
ScribeGT6817 wrote:
voporak1 wrote:

 

Hello Mr Greg

 

In LEGO the movie, it had been mentioned that there's diverse kingdoms. These kingdoms represent the diverse worlds of LEGO like the world of Ninjago and Super Heroes. And the Bionicle universe is one of these kingdoms as it has been shown in the movie. My question is to know if the Olmak could visit these kingdoms?

 

 

My understanding is that LEGO Movie is its own continuity, and is not the same as BIONICLE continuity.

Then why was BIONICLE in the LEGO movie? Confused

If you don't know why, that's okay

Because the filmmakers wanted to put it there. Note that what we were showing was original BIONICLE, and  in all the years that ran, we NEVER had BIONICLE cross-over with any other theme.

Ah

One other important note on this -- remember that the entire story of the LEGO Movie is a kid playing with LEGO sets in his basement. It's not meant to reflect canon storyline for any of the themes.

I see.

              

ScribeGT6817 wrote:
lordbio123 wrote:

1) No,. It would be a pointless power then

2) Depends. The suns in Metru Nui, for example, were the eyeholes of the robot. The stars read by Makuta in 2004 were the electrical energy of the robot's brain

3) One would assume

4) No

5) No. There are hatches in various places

6) The island on his face was camo. He would submerge in an ocean and create a false island.

7) Depends on if the two dimensions are moving at the same rate of time. Some do, some don't

8) No

9) No, they simply had foresight into possible problems that might occur

10) We have seen it done by Toa stones and lightning from the red star

11) If I recall correctly, they have to choose weapons, but I may be misremembering

12) Do you mean can it be affected by magnetism? Yes

13) No


4. WHy not? Tren Krom remembered them....

13. What if a GB did it? or Mata Nui?

4) There was no way for TK to not be aware of them since they were the ones who essentially "fired" him once MN was ready. That doesn't apply in other cases.

13) A GB could, yes, but why bother? If you need an Air Toa instead of a fire one, it would probably be faster just to build a new Air Toa than convert. Mata Nui could not.

4. Fair enoguh.

13. I don't know. But it's possible, correct?

1.who was in control of the visorak when they destroyed keetongu's village?

2.how did roodaka and sidorak control the visorak?

3.what is the pit?

4.is lessoviks set mutated or normal?

5.what difference did the kraahkan had from the other makuta?

ninjago question)why did morro need the realm crystal to free the preeminent?why cant he use the allied armour?
voporak1 wrote:

Hello Mr Greg I know that I already asked you these questions, but you have never answered these questions. The GSR could be affected by an EMP? or he has protection against this sort of thing? The power of adaptation of the Makuta could work in space? Annona could one day free herself of the dimension where she was sent? You said that there was another GSR in Spherus Magna but Mata Nui was not aware of its existence and it have never been used. My question is whether there's artificial life in this robot like the original MU? And it has a similar appearance to the GSR or it looks more like the Robot Prototype or it has its own appearance? When Axonn is angry his strength increases dramatically right? this strength can rival that of Onua with his Pakari Nuva or he can surpass it?

Buried

voporak1 wrote:
voporak1 wrote:

Hello Mr Greg I know that I already asked you these questions, but you have never answered these questions. The GSR could be affected by an EMP? or he has protection against this sort of thing? The power of adaptation of the Makuta could work in space? Annona could one day free herself of the dimension where she was sent? You said that there was another GSR in Spherus Magna but Mata Nui was not aware of its existence and it have never been used. My question is whether there's artificial life in this robot like the original MU? And it has a similar appearance to the GSR or it looks more like the Robot Prototype or it has its own appearance? When Axonn is angry his strength increases dramatically right? this strength can rival that of Onua with his Pakari Nuva or he can surpass it?

Buried

1) If it was a big enough pulse, yes

2) Probably not. There was no intent for the Makuta to ever operate in space, so I doubt that would have been built in.

 

3) How do you see that happening? She does not have dimension-spanning powers.

 

4) I am not sure what you are referring to. There is the prototype, and Mata Nui, and there was supposed to be a third robot, but I don't believe it ever got built.

 

.5) Everyone's strength increases when they are angry. We have never compared his strength to Onua, only to Makuta.

 

 

 

 

 

 

lordbio123 wrote:

              

ScribeGT6817 wrote:
lordbio123 wrote:

1) No,. It would be a pointless power then

2) Depends. The suns in Metru Nui, for example, were the eyeholes of the robot. The stars read by Makuta in 2004 were the electrical energy of the robot's brain

3) One would assume

4) No

5) No. There are hatches in various places

6) The island on his face was camo. He would submerge in an ocean and create a false island.

7) Depends on if the two dimensions are moving at the same rate of time. Some do, some don't

8) No

9) No, they simply had foresight into possible problems that might occur

10) We have seen it done by Toa stones and lightning from the red star

11) If I recall correctly, they have to choose weapons, but I may be misremembering

12) Do you mean can it be affected by magnetism? Yes

13) No


4. WHy not? Tren Krom remembered them....

13. What if a GB did it? or Mata Nui?

4) There was no way for TK to not be aware of them since they were the ones who essentially "fired" him once MN was ready. That doesn't apply in other cases.

13) A GB could, yes, but why bother? If you need an Air Toa instead of a fire one, it would probably be faster just to build a new Air Toa than convert. Mata Nui could not.

4. Fair enoguh.

13. I don't know. But it's possible, correct?

13) Yes