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No matter how hard you try to forget the past, it will never forget you.
About this creation




Solimax, once an evil being, but now reborn, and trying to pave a different path for himself.





Yes, this is the reborn Maxilos. After he died down in the sea, several years later two stones fell through the water. On the water's surface a Matoran nodded, and acknowledged that his job was done. One of the stones was a Toa stone, and the other was one of the few life stones in existence. They both landed on the shell that used to be Maxilos. As the life stone touched Maxilos' body, his consciousness flooded back to him. Then the Toa stone hit, and the transformation began. Writhing in pain, without any air, Maxilos struggled to reach the surface. As he broke through the water's surface, relief came. He was in the middle of the ocean, with no idea, where he was. All he saw was a Matoran's boat of in the distance. He swam towards, and called out for help. The Matoran was shocked to see someone out here, but he helped him anyways.





After the battle of Spherus Magna, which he did not fight in, Maxilos started to wonder. He realized that he had been given a second chance, and he should use it. He renamed himself, and vowed to do good, instead of evil. He then remembered that he was a Toa now, and it was his duty to do so. He turned out to be a Toa of fire, so he started to learn to wield his elemental power. He sought out Tahu, for advice, but never telling him too much about where he came from. Tahu trained him, gave him a sword and told him to start making his own way. Maxilos renamed himself Solimax after that. He then journeyed to the North, and slew Fathrall. Then, he decided that he could do greater things with a team, so he set out to creat one. And thatís where he is now.




Behold, Solimax! A once evil, now good being.






Legs, I do suck at legs.





Upper, these werenít too bad.





Arm, same lower design as my previous MOC, Axleswarm





Upper, okay, not my best though.





Torso, I really like this, I spent a few hours playing around with it, and I like how it turned out.





Breakdown.





Back, meh. Panels are okay, I needed something to cover it.





Side, some idea of what I did.





Him with his sword, credit to Nathan Ingerson for the design.





Some random pose.





Action pose.






Farewell!




Well, that was fun. This is one of my favorites MOCs. Please rate and comment!

See ya!



Comments

 I made it 
  April 1, 2013
Quoting Chronos Omega ... that's a little odd. Maxilos is the name of a type of robot that Hydraxon used as an assistant guard. He wasn't evil, except when the body was possessed by Teridax's antidermis. Anyway, neat MOC. :D
Bad story, good build.
 I like it 
  March 30, 2013
... that's a little odd. Maxilos is the name of a type of robot that Hydraxon used as an assistant guard. He wasn't evil, except when the body was possessed by Teridax's antidermis. Anyway, neat MOC. :D
 I made it 
  March 26, 2013
Quoting Antonio Hatch Love the name change, as well as the comic. I also like the way you made Maxilos a good guy, he's the guy that has the dog and gaurds the jail right
Correct.
  February 20, 2013
Love the name change, as well as the comic. I also like the way you made Maxilos a good guy, he's the guy that has the dog and gaurds the jail right
 
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