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GM Wildlife #1: Boon Rahi
Come and see 10 colorful Rahi species. Warning: this is a fairly long page!
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Wecome to Gala Magna Wildlife #1: the Boon Rahi.


Boons are among the most diffuse and adaptable Rahi species in Gala Magna, they are present in almost any environment with over 30 varieties, of which we present 10 among the most noticeable.
Their posture and movements can be described as in-between those of a great ape and a large feline, in Earth terms.
Some are extremely wild and dangerous, while ohters are hunted for parts and materials, or even fostered and trained as watch rahi or beasts of burden.


Fire Boons live in hot and dry lands, like deserts, or nearby active volcanoes.


The Fire Boon can overheat its horn and claws. Other than a fierce searing attack, this intense heat causes ripples in the air creating a mirage effect that makes the Fire Boon appear to be several feet from where it actually stands.


They are quite dangerous if met without adequate protection, but they are still hunted for their horn and claws, which retain their heating power even when severed (if used correctly).
A short exhaust on their back vents the excess heat from theyr bodies when they don't need it.



Ice Boons live near frozen areas, but their hunting grounds are situated out of them. Assuming Bionicle beasts need to eat, that is.


They can freeze water molecules over their bodies to create a sort of ice armor to protect themselves when threatened, but their main weapon is their dreadful bite.


An Ice Boon's bite can freeze and crack an agori's limb in a few instants. Or a rock, if need be. This species is not hunted by humanoids, and it doesn't bother them except for a few travellers lost in the mountains.



Plant Boons are agile and secretive predators that live in lush forests or jungles. They grow themselves the trees where they sleep on, and they usually don't use the same tree twice.


They can accelerate the growth of plants to capture game or evade larger predators, and they possess a venomous bite that can be easily lethal for prey their size or smaller.


If captured early, they can be trained to become a great asset to farming.
Of course Plant Boon mothers are well known for their ruthlessness, pursuing the cub's captors for hundreds of miles, and finding them even years after the capture.



Metal Boons quite rare, and as valuable as dangerous to hunt. Their thick carapace is literally made out of blades, which once retrieved can be even used direcly without processing.


They are among the physically strongerst Boon species, and still very fast in movement or combat. Their tail flails at an impressive speed and can easily sever an uncautious agori in half.


Some Metal tribes have successfully trained Metal Boons as guards, but they keep their method secret as a treasure.



Stone Boons are as harmless when met alone as they're deadly when met in groups with more than an adult male. Though they're not generally hostile, fights among males may burst out without warnig.


When two males fight, they pull out all their immense physical strength without regard for bystanders, and they can cause landslides or falling rocks, head butting and pummeling each other.


They live in mountain areas, and females can be raised to be outstanding beasts of burden, capable (though weaker than males) of carrying tenths of times their weight. Their plating is the toughest among rahi of comparable size.



Wind boons are quite rare, and they live nearby isolated peaks or cliffs where they nest. They are the only Boon species who achieved flight.


Wind Boons's wings work by emanating a strong air blade which works both as a wing and as propulsion.


When they're not airborne, thay can use those air blades to slice attackers, but when flying they can only use their claws. That's why they take off when hunting, but they land if threatened.


Unfortunately, this rare and innocuous species is hunted for jewelry and decorations in some regions.



Light Boons are extremely rare and powerful. Scholars have debated for centuries about them being properly "light" rahi or "plasma" rahi. They live in polar regions and seem to "feed" on auroras.


The grid over thir spine generates an incredible amount of energy, which they convey in powerful energy blasts. The shoulder plates seem to produce a kind of "protective field" around them, enhancing their resilience greatly.


Though their spinal ridges are extremely valuable, very few venture to risk their life to get them, and in any case only on commission.



Darkness Boons live in deep caves or dark mires.


All you need to know about them is: stay away from the Darkness Boons.


Really, don't go anywhere near a Darkness Boon.



Electro Boons live in relatively dry areas. Their color indicates to predators the danger: a single touch without serious isolation is enough to smite an agori where it stands.


They're hunted for the 2 to 4 humming generators growing on their backs, since they can be used to power vehicles or devices until they expire.


Luckily, they can't use their elecric power as a range weapon, but still their claws present a serious threat since in time many of them learned to use claws to strip away the hunters' protections.



Sea Boons are among the 13 known aquatic Boon varieties. They are rarely seen, but in fact probably the most numerous Boon species on gala Magna.


They live very deep on the seafloor, thanks to their resistance to pressure, and are known to display some levels of gravity control when threatened (probably the source of their pressure resistence).


They rarely get to the surface, seen how they're lousy swimmers, and that's why they were considered a myth for centuries. They're not considered valuable.



Well, that's it. I hope you enjoied these fantastic animals.
They're all made as variations on the same frame showed HERE (near the end of the page).
If enough people ask, I could make another "documentary" like this about other species. So what do you say?


---COMING SOON---




Note #1: well, did anybody notice the name? Boon... like in "baboon"? They move quite like apes? C'mon!


Comments are welcome :)




Comments

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  May 25, 2014
Nice rahi
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  February 4, 2012
These are excellent! Probably some of my favorite bionicle creatures on mocpages! They aren't huge, but they look like they would have a lot of play value. The colors and variations are awesome. I really like the black one and the white one. Great job!
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  September 3, 2011
Kinda cute!
Yuri  Fassio
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beaudan Longwell
  August 7, 2011
Yuri, these are quite good, they look very nimble and agile, you have achieved your goal on these rahi. I really like the metal boon, the armor is great and the back stories are very interesting, I find the back stories hard to make but they really add to the over all makeup of the bionicle when one is trying to learn about them. The shadow boon was entriging and tenticles were the epitome of scary. keep it up!
  May 19, 2011
How do you make the text between the pictures? im new to mocpages and rly cant figure it out >.<
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  December 2, 2010
Quoting Grimblade master of doom you should make a how to on some of these like the metal boon.
There's a link near the ed of the page just for that.
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  August 2, 2010
you should make a how to on some of these like the metal boon.
Yuri  Fassio
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Albert Chen
  July 24, 2010
As with all your other MOCs this is amazing. Many innovative techniques. I'm sorry I haven't commented as much, after all you commented on my creations when no one else would.
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  July 22, 2010
excellent job i like how theres multiples of them plus each are very diffrent.looking forward to the rest. sorry i havent had time to get hear sooner.
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  June 27, 2010
Wow.... Speechless.... If only I could make cool rahi.
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  June 17, 2010
Simple yet marvelous, great descriptions too, except for the Dark Boon. Don't go anywhere near a Darkness Boon. The Dark one was actually my favorite, and looks like a Warrior Ing from Metriod Prime 2. Also the use of heads on their behinds is… creative?
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  May 10, 2010
Quoting Squigley G Dig the Darkness and Stone ones. Perhaps you can be bothered to include instructions and sets used for those parts?
Nah, they're easy, you really don't need instructions. You can find a little highlight here http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/197873
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  May 10, 2010
Dig the Darkness and Stone ones. Perhaps you can be bothered to include instructions and sets used for those parts?
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  May 10, 2010
Great use of pieces and designs!
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  May 8, 2010
My son was all over the metal boon, but I liked the darkness one the best. Lee.
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  May 7, 2010
Ack I forgot to comment! Anyways, great design with the bodies....
Yuri  Fassio
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Gondabuggan Draconfell the gnome arcanist
  May 6, 2010
hey! I finished the thing that was inspired by you, titnaghad, and these are awsome, another documentary wuld be really cool. I especially like the ice boon, hehe, thats cause I love ice. and nitrogen. thats cool to. :)
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  May 6, 2010
OUTSTANDING RAHIS!!!
  May 6, 2010
Done deal!
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  May 6, 2010
Excellant as usual, i look forward to your spastle set comming up! The darkness boon TOTALLY looks like the shadow beasts from Legend of Zelda: twilight Princess!! Uber coolio!
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  May 6, 2010
Quoting Parrington Levens Hehe, it seems you are as addicted to Bionics creatures as I am to space fighters! Lets make a deal, by the end of the year, I'll build a real Mech if you build fighter? What do you reckon mate?
Make it by the end of next month and you got yourself a deal. (otherwise I'll just end up forgetting)
Quoting Scott Aldridge Very nice concept, I can see people building "unofficial" boons as I write this!
As long as they give me credit...
Quoting Wes Pitter Another winner! The Lego Group might want to look into producing these :)
As long as they give me credit... :p
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  May 6, 2010
Another winner! The Lego Group might want to look into producing these :)
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  May 6, 2010
Dark, creepy, tenticle "boon" for the win! They're all great but that one was my favorite! Nice work Yuri! ~ Chris.
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  May 6, 2010
Very nice concept, I can see people building "unofficial" boons as I write this! My favourite is probably the light boon because of I just love the white and trans-green. Just stay away from the darkness boons... :P
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  May 6, 2010
Black Boon ftw! A really nice collection, but I have to go with the colour of my mind... The tentacles and the "facial expression" on Blackie really closes the deal for me.
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  May 6, 2010
Hehe, it seems you are as addicted to Bionics creatures as I am to space fighters! Lets make a deal, by the end of the year, I'll build a real Mech if you build fighter? What do you reckon mate?
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  May 6, 2010
just saying! besides, a brown and tan boon would look cool with some vorox pieces. and the plant life one makes up for the real air color, but anyways i take back what it said earlier. one question: could you make a BIG boon?
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  May 6, 2010
Quoting Harvey Cu Ok... that was one long presentation. [...]
And yours was a long comment. I appreciated all your your imputs as usual, and thanks for taking the time to do this :)
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  May 6, 2010
Ok... that was one long presentation. I guess you are lately going for quantity in your bionicle builts are compared to your previous big masterpieces. Here's my rundown(most to least favorite 1-10) 1. Darkness Boon - this is a real Yuri black fantasy trademark design that is really good in all angles while giving it a real "evil look" 2.Plant Boon - very original looking while the use of star part as its head was cool. Love the green vine tail as well. 3.Metal Boon - Despite using a monochromatic color, you pulled it off well. Its shinny metallic effect and ax design armor is great. Some contrasting eyes would improve it even more for me. 4.Wind Boon - This looks like this can pass as one of the enemy of Ben 10. Color combi is great. 5. Electro Boon - Orange and Blue combi on this original design looks great. If only you could have put a transparent orange eye on front of its head, it would be perfect. 6.Sea Boon - Looks great as a manta like beast, however the feet looks very humanoid for a rahi. Tail design is awesome. 7. Light boon - Great use of transparent non bionicle parts to make this a unique creation. Futuristic design but when i look at him he can pass as a toa. 8.Ice Boon - original arm design. head design is a little old though. 9. Fire Boon - Personally, I had some time to think where the head was for this fire boon. Maybe it was the picture angle. 10. Stone Boon - My least favorite because the shoulder design is pretty old, head is not impressive. Not a fan also of the hand? It also can pass as a metal boon as well. For stone, tan and brown parts would be best.
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  May 6, 2010
ha, Excellent, I love the boons
Yuri  Fassio
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Toa Eloy Proliater of the 77th floor
  May 5, 2010
Nice! The darkness boon looks like a black fantasy. You didn't give a lot of info on it though
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  May 5, 2010
Quoting Tyler Halliwell . I'll look forward to your tower.
Yeah me too...
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  May 5, 2010
1. Awesome page. I love these kind of creations. You are amazing. 2. I really need more tentacles. They are so awesome. 3. I think everyone is into wizards now. I am making wizard stuff, your upcoming moc is a wizard, J.D. Luse made wizard stuff,its weird. Anyway, I'll look forward to your tower.
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  May 5, 2010
Wow. these creatures are all genius in design, and the stories are great! I am suddenly scared of the darkness for some reason though =0
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  May 5, 2010
I have to try this over summer :) I'm sure you will remind me when you add more of the adaptations of Boons.
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  May 5, 2010
Quoting Alex Mac About the Jungle Boon..Er, well I think it was called the Jungle Boon, but about that one, where is that head piece from? Is it from the Gresh Star?
Yes.
Quoting Toa Eloy Proliater of the 77th floor Nice! The darkness boon looks like a black fantasy. You didn't give a lot of info on it though
Well, i told you ALL you really need to know about it, didn't I? :)
Quoting AMT Guardian of Earth awesome mocs. very colorful and creative. although the original stone color is brown and tan and the air color is green and tha you forgot earth they still all turned out great. mind checking out some of my new mocs.
Dude! Don't be a geek...
Quoting Gringat the Repugnant I should do the same page layout with my own MOC serieses(?)... but anyway, these are great! Imaginative as ever, as usual! I'm inspired to make one of the other 12 aquatic boon...
I'm happy when I'm a source of inspiration :)
Quoting Steef de Prouw Some nice builds with great back stories! Although I never seem to be able to figure out how these bionicle things are constructed.
I tell you this: it's 3 times easier to make something cool looking out of Bionicles than out of system bricks.
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  May 5, 2010
I imagined this being read by Oprah(like in the Life documentary). Maybe she'll sign on to do your next series. By the way, I hope there is a next series. Fun stuff!
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  May 5, 2010
FanTASTIC job on colors, concepts, and designs here. Simply fantastic. I love the creative uses of all the newer pieces. About the Jungle Boon..Er, well I think it was called the Jungle Boon, but about that one, where is that head piece from? Is it from the Gresh Star? It doesn't look familiar. Anyways splendid work.
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  May 5, 2010
awesome mocs. very colorful and creative. although the original stone color is brown and tan and the air color is green and tha you forgot earth they still all turned out great. mind checking out some of my new mocs.
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  May 5, 2010
Cool! I like the sky one the best :)
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  May 5, 2010
bella collezzione ,veramente belli i colori e le creazioni sono formidabili,,devi dirmi cosa ne pensi del mio KY-trm
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  May 5, 2010
I should do the same page layout with my own MOC serieses(?)... but anyway, these are great! Imaginative as ever, as usual! I'm inspired to make one of the other 12 aquatic boon...
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  May 5, 2010
Nice collection, I was captivated the whole time. ~Waff
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  May 5, 2010
Very well done, these things look great!
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  May 5, 2010
Well, someone's been busy! Awesome collection of rahi! You definitely need to keep going with these documentries! Oh jeez, this just reminded me of the combiners contest! I better get working on that XD
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  May 5, 2010
I love these, there really cool, cant choose a favorite, would love to see more of these "documentary's" :D
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  May 5, 2010
Some nice builds with great back stories! Although I never seem to be able to figure out how these bionicle things are constructed.
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  May 5, 2010
very good use of color and pieces. Great back story for all of them and hooray for more space-castle.
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  May 5, 2010
Wow. These are all great little MOCs. My favorite is definitely the Stone Boon. Kinda funny that you uploaded this collection just after my Rahi Collections.
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  May 5, 2010
The name “Boon” caught my eye, but you forgot the E, it is BOONE! HAHAHAHA (My real name is Boone) OK, seriously. Great collection of Boons, I am partial to that creepy Dark Boon…..I like them tentacles!
 
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