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Arvour, Makuta Of The Waves . BOO YA!!! This is the penultimate in a line of seven Makuta, the Makuta Sombrak (derrived from the word "Sombra" which means Shadow)I didn't need to tell you that bracket bit XD Oh well, these guys were inspired by the Makuta Destro. oh well, on to the moc! . "Everyone knows what you want. You want to turn these innocent people into war machines... trying to make them think like Rahi under an Alpha-male... But I won't have it! These Makuta should have a choice in what they are going to think! That is something you can never change! And if you try, I will rip you to shreads!" ~Arvour, threatning Teridax. Name: Arvour Gender: Male Species: Makuta Power: Control over the weather Tools: Water sythe Storyline appearances: Shadowed Magna (scripted only) History: Arvour was a tutour of the Newly born Makuta during Meserix's reign. Arvour was tired of teaching Makuta how to fight, so he went out and taught Matoran How to think. When he told Miserix this idea, Miserix said he would only agree if he got to control what the Makuta were taught. This system worked for a while, until Miserix was overthrown by Teridax. As Teridax reveiled his plan of conquest, Arvour looked on in disgust, but was unable to do anything, since he was one of the very few against the idea. When Teridax took over, he saw what Arvour was teaching the Makuta, and he didn't like it one bit. Teridax made sure that the Makuta were only taught that the only right way to live is to live as servents to their higher authority. Teridax always told Arvour that "Conformity is the only freedom." Arvour Hated Teridax, what he stood for, and any form of conformity. Arvour was forced to go along with Teridax's plan, but eventually lost his temper with Teridax, and insulted and threatened Teridax. In responce, Teridax attacked Arvour, leaving him out to die in Karda Nui. But he was saved by Shadow Matoran, and with that he ran off to the planet Racta Magna, which at the time seemed a planet full of Barbarians. When He Ran Into Aroxion on Racta Magna, Aroxion Told Arvour that he was against Teridax like Arvour was. This was a trick, but the two formed the Makuta Sombrak, Arvour hoping to take the throne and make things right, Aroxion hoping to take the throne and Rule over everything. Arvour was happy to discover that Teridax died not long after the Makuta Sombrak. Arvour created Rahi for Aroxion, and battled the Toa Racta in "The Days of Shadowed Magna". He is still working with Aroxion today. Over all shot to start :D The back. Inika chest on custom bodies FTW! Compleatly Custom Legs Body. Like ,my use of the Metru shins as shoulders? ;) His thin looking arms. I wanted them thin so he can swim through the water. Head. Simple but cool! Arvour: Death to conformity! Mah flip pick :D Pose Looking up. Shot from below! Arvour Vs Rugaki Arvour Vs Les Tenebres All the Makuta Sombrak so far! Come back soon, for.... THE FINAL MAKUTA!!!!!


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