Chat with Greg Farshtey

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ClutchPowers99 wrote:How would you describe the appearance of a Vortixx, Greg?

(And also, what does GSB stand for?)

Go online and search for an image of the Roodaka set. That's a Vortixx.

OnionShark wrote:
OnionShark wrote:

Hi Mr. Farhtey,

I was wondering, if someone wished that the GSB died, would it fulfill the wish?

Buried

Also, would any GB side with Velika?

1) Most likely not. All beings have an instinct for self-preservation

2) I doubt it

Thanks for the info, Greg!WinkThumbs up

Also, why did Velika decide to end the life of a Po-Matoran and then possess the matoran's body? And also, why did he suffer at the hands of the Piraka and Karzahni? (did I spell that right?Thinking) (or was the matoran whose body was stolen already deformed?)

PS what are your five favorite alternate worlds in the Bionicle Multiverse?
Dear Greg, I am starting to buy the old Bionicle books, and I was wondering what is a good starting point?? I've read quite a few but I don't know which ones I should start with. Should I read chronologically or in order of when they were released? Thanks?
Also, many rumors have been going around that the LEGO Club Magazine is going away soon. Is this true?
omg i do not belive this so exciting
ScribeGT6817 wrote:
voporak1 wrote:
voporak1 wrote:

hello Mr Greg 

 

 

 

3.  The Great Being Cursed is the most powerful character of Bionicle? Because, He has affected Vezon with its powers even if he was in another dimension. And correct me if I'm wrong, but even Mata Nui can not affect beings through the dimensions with his power. Even Tren Krom and Artakha can not do that. Maybe Annona or the Ignika... Also, the scope of the GBC's powers is multiversal? universal maybe? 

 

3) I don't consider him to be the most powerful, no, but I guess it depends on how you define powerful. For example, the Mata Nui robot could have stepped on that GB and crushed him.

 

Yes, you are right, but the GBC could freeze him in space and time before he crushed him. And as I said, he can use his powers through dimensions something that Mata Nui cannot do to my knowledge correct me if I'm wrong you are the boss after all. 

 

When Teridax fought against Visorak why he had difficulty to beat him? Many of his powers could have been useful against him as telepathy, gravity, magnetism and so on. 

 

And I'm curious to know if the Ignika can do the same thing that the GBC with his powers. 

 

Tren Krom could survive in space?

Mr. Farshtey:

 

Artakha created the original Great Disks. Could he then, in theory, create six more? If so, could a second Disk of Time and thus a second Vahi be forged from them?

ScribeGT6817 wrote:
lordbio123 wrote:
lordbio123 wrote:

Are Great Beings simply very intelligent or an advanced form of Agori/Glatorian or are they another species?

Buried.

GBs are super-scientists. So, in the same way our species has Einstein, and a lot of people who aren't Einstein, there are great scientists on Spherus Magna and a lot more people who aren't great scientists.

So... just to clarify, they are not their seperate species, but are merely Glatorian or Agori with godlike power?

ScribeGT6817 wrote:
lordbio123 wrote:
lordbio123 wrote:

Are Great Beings simply very intelligent or an advanced form of Agori/Glatorian or are they another species?

Buried.

GBs are super-scientists. So, in the same way our species has Einstein, and a lot of people who aren't Einstein, there are great scientists on Spherus Magna and a lot more people who aren't great scientists.

Interesting. But that still doesn't give a clear answer.

 


Are they Glatorian/Agori or not.

mrcqm wrote:
ScribeGT6817 wrote:
lordbio123 wrote:
lordbio123 wrote:

Are Great Beings simply very intelligent or an advanced form of Agori/Glatorian or are they another species?

Buried.

GBs are super-scientists. So, in the same way our species has Einstein, and a lot of people who aren't Einstein, there are great scientists on Spherus Magna and a lot more people who aren't great scientists.

So... just to clarify, they are not their seperate species, but are merely Glatorian or Agori with godlike power?

According to Greg Farshtey, The Great Beings are Agori and Glatorian. And no, they do not possess divine powers, in fact, They have no natural powers, But they can have power through their technology or objects, but I don't know if these objects give them divine powers probably not.

mrcqm wrote:
ScribeGT6817 wrote:
lordbio123 wrote:
lordbio123 wrote:

Are Great Beings simply very intelligent or an advanced form of Agori/Glatorian or are they another species?

Buried.

GBs are super-scientists. So, in the same way our species has Einstein, and a lot of people who aren't Einstein, there are great scientists on Spherus Magna and a lot more people who aren't great scientists.

So... just to clarify, they are not their seperate species, but are merely Glatorian or Agori with godlike power?

They don't have godlike power. They are scientists.

So, what exactly is the Great Beings reason for creating the Bohrok?

ScribeGT6817 wrote:
mrcqm wrote:
ScribeGT6817 wrote:
lordbio123 wrote:
lordbio123 wrote:

Are Great Beings simply very intelligent or an advanced form of Agori/Glatorian or are they another species?

Buried.

GBs are super-scientists. So, in the same way our species has Einstein, and a lot of people who aren't Einstein, there are great scientists on Spherus Magna and a lot more people who aren't great scientists.

So... just to clarify, they are not their seperate species, but are merely Glatorian or Agori with godlike power?

They don't have godlike power. They are scientists.

Any highly advanced form of magic is indistinguishable from technology Joking

 

Now, per LordBio, are they Agori/Glatorian or are they not? XD

mrcqm wrote:
ScribeGT6817 wrote:
mrcqm wrote:
ScribeGT6817 wrote:
lordbio123 wrote:
lordbio123 wrote:

Are Great Beings simply very intelligent or an advanced form of Agori/Glatorian or are they another species?

Buried.

GBs are super-scientists. So, in the same way our species has Einstein, and a lot of people who aren't Einstein, there are great scientists on Spherus Magna and a lot more people who aren't great scientists.

So... just to clarify, they are not their seperate species, but are merely Glatorian or Agori with godlike power?

They don't have godlike power. They are scientists.

Any highly advanced form of magic is indistinguishable from technology Joking

 

Now, per LordBio, are they Agori/Glatorian or are they not? XD

If they were, why wouldn't they have taken the Agori/Glatorian with them to save their people?

lordbio123 wrote:
mrcqm wrote:
ScribeGT6817 wrote:
mrcqm wrote:
ScribeGT6817 wrote:
lordbio123 wrote:
lordbio123 wrote:

Are Great Beings simply very intelligent or an advanced form of Agori/Glatorian or are they another species?

Buried.

GBs are super-scientists. So, in the same way our species has Einstein, and a lot of people who aren't Einstein, there are great scientists on Spherus Magna and a lot more people who aren't great scientists.

So... just to clarify, they are not their seperate species, but are merely Glatorian or Agori with godlike power?

They don't have godlike power. They are scientists.

Any highly advanced form of magic is indistinguishable from technology Joking

 

Now, per LordBio, are they Agori/Glatorian or are they not? XD

If they were, why wouldn't they have taken the Agori/Glatorian with them to save their people?

...Because they didn't go anywhere. Except for Velika.