List of Bionicle toys

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The following is a list of toys in Lego Bionicle line. They are organized by North American release dates; major differences in international releases are noted, America and Europe being one of the first to receive them.

There are five main kinds of sets:

  • Collectibles are random assortments of pieces to be used as accessories for larger sets. New collectibles were originally released every six months, but were reduced to a yearly schedule as of 2004. Collectibles are no longer released as of 2007.
  • Box Sets are the smallest and cheapest independent sets. Though most sets are packaged in cardboard boxes, this article will use the term to describe these small sets. A group of six box sets were released yearly, though in 2007 there were only four. In 2008, 6 of these were released to correspond with the canister sets, though the boxes themselves were similar to canisters. Box sets contain from around 15 pieces to about 30.
  • Canister Sets are the main focus in the toyline and the storyline, and are packaged in plastic canisters. Groups of six canister sets are released every six months. Canister sets usually contain around 50. 60 or 70 pieces.
  • Titans was a term first used for the 2005 large sets, and fans often use the label for similar large character sets. In this article, it will be used to describe any set larger than a canister set (besides playsets). Most Titans contain more than 100 pieces, though larger ones contain at least 200 or 500.

(Note: The 2007–2009 sets are labeled "Warriors" on Bionicle.com. For the time being, this article will continue to use the "Titan" label.)

  • Battle Vehicles are the newest types of sets. They feature canister-set-sized characters on a larger vehicle. They were introduced in 2008 and replaced Playsets. They can be classified as a type of Titan. A few Battle Vehicle sets are about the size and cost of normal titans, however these sets are considerably smaller in size and have Box Set size figures in place of the Canister-size figures. One exception to this is the Toa Ignika set, which contained a vehicle and a Canister-sized set as the rider while still maintaining the normal titan cost. However, the skyboard (the corresponding vehicle) is considerably smaller than even other "normal titan" vehicles.
  • Playsets were introduced in 2005 and are traditional Lego construction sets; including minifigures of canister set characters. In 2008 these have been replaced with Battle Vehicle sets (see above).

There are also two kinds of other sets: This list also includes specific promotions; either items packaged with sets or special collectibles available separately. Promotional sets that are officially not part of the toyline are not included, unless they are acknowledged by the storyline. Promotional Bionicle sets are usually under ten pieces and are free.

Other models are not categorized in any of the above. Other models includes a few Bionicle pieces, and sometimes a CD or video. Their prices vary widely. Most other models were released in Europe or America.

Releases are grouped in this list into six-month periods, the beginnings of which are marked by when canister sets are released; usually around January for winter periods and July for summer periods (though due to retail schedules, European "winter" releases begin around March instead[1]).

Some sets are labeled "store exclusive"; they are only available at that store and directly through Lego (both Lego outlet stores and the Lego Shop At Home website), such as an unnumbered set of random Bionicle parts in a plastic bag.

2001[edit]

Some of the following sets were distributed as early as Winter 2000 in Europe. All sets were released in January 2001 in the UK and July 2001 in the US

Summer 2001 - Toa[edit]

Collectible

  • 8525/8530 Kanohi Mask Pack
    • Consisted of two random Kanohi masks and a Toa head piece.

Box Sets: Turaga

  • 8540 Vakama
  • 8541 Matau
  • 8542 Onewa
  • 8543 Nokama
  • 8544 Nuju
  • 8545 Whenua
    • Included instructions to combine all six sets into a "Turaga Nui", which is considered canon, but never appeared in the storyline.

Canister Sets: Toa (later designated "Toa Mata")

  • 8531 Pohatu
  • 8532 Onua
  • 8533 Gali
  • 8534 Tahu
  • 8535 Lewa
  • 8536 Kopaka
    • Included instructions to combine sets into two Toa Kaita: Pohatu, Onua, and Tahu into Akamai; and Gali, Lewa, and Kopaka into Wairuha.
    • Early releases of Toa included mini CD-ROMs with content about the Toa.

Titans: Rahi

  • 8537 Nui-Rama
    • Included instructions to build a Nui-Kopen.
  • 8538 Muaka & Kane-Ra
    • Included instructions to build a Kuma-Nui.
  • 8539 Manas
    • Included instructions to build a Mana Ko.
  • 8548 Nui-Jaga
    • Included instructions to build a Kahu bird.
  • 8549 Tarakava
    • Included instructions to build a Tarakava Nui.

Other

  • 8546 Power Pack
    • Consisted of a three-track music CD, a chrome silver "Kanohi Rua" (shaped like a Kanohi Hau), and the Matoran, Hafu.

Promotions

  • "Tohunga" were distributed as part of a McDonald's Happy Meal promotion in Fall 2001. ("Tohunga" were later renamed "Matoran").
    • 1388 Huki (later renamed "Hewkii")
    • 1389 Onepu
    • 1390 Maku (later renamed "Macku")
    • 1391 Jala (later renamed "Jaller")
    • 1392 Kongu
    • 1393 Matoro
      • Included instructions to combine sets into two Tohunga Kaita: Huki, Onepu, and Jala into one; and Maku, Kongu, and Matoro into another, neither of which is included in the canon storyline.
      • Included instructions to combine all six sets into a "Tohunga Nui".
  • "Turaga Kabaya" were distributed along with Kabaya sweets packages in Japan during late 2001.
    • 1417 Vakama (Similar to Set 8540)
    • 1418 Matau (Similar to Set 8541)
    • 1419 Nokama (Similar to Set 8543)
    • 1420 Nuju (Similar to Set 8544)
      • Included instructions to combine all four sets into a "Turaga Kaita".
  • Visitors to Legoland could receive a free translucent green Kanohi Miru. Those at European Legolands could also buy copper-colored Noble Huna and Noble Komau.
  • Toys "R" Us had a promotion distributing copper-colored Noble Huna masks.

2002[edit]

Winter 2002 - Bohrok[edit]

Collectible

  • 8559/8569 Krana Pack
    • Consisted of three random Krana and two random gold- or silver-colored Kanohi Masks, representing the Golden Kanohi from the storyline

Box Sets: Bohrok Va

  • 8550 Gahlok Va
  • 8551 Kohrak Va
  • 8552 Lehvak Va
  • 8553 Pahrak Va
  • 8554 Tahnok Va
  • 8555 Nuhvok Va
    • Included instructions for two alternate models: one combining Gahlok Va, Kohrak Va, and Lehvak Va; the other combining Pahrak Va, Tahnok Va, and Nuhvok Va. These Kaita have not been seen in the storyline, although they are considered canon.
    • Various Rahi could be made by combining any two of the Bohrok Va sets. They are the Infernavika (Tahnok Va and Pahrak Va), the Pokawi (Tahnok Va and Lehvak Va), the Hapaka (Gahlok Va and Kohrak Va), and the Mata Nui Fishing Bird (Kohrak Va and Nuhvok Va)
    • Each Bohrok Va featured a Krana which was a different shade than the Krana of the corresponding standard Bohrok. The storyline reason is that these Krana are dormant.

Canister Sets: Bohrok The Bohrok can connect to the Bohrok containers to hang upside down.

  • 8560 Pahrak
  • 8561 Nuhvok
  • 8562 Gahlok
  • 8563 Tahnok
  • 8564 Lehvak
  • 8565 Kohrak
    • Included instructions for two Bohrok Kaita: one combining Pahrak, Nuhvok, and Tahnok; the other combining Gahlok, Lehvak, and Kohrak.
    • A 2002 lego club magazine included instructions for combining Gahlok and Lehvak into a Ghekula. It is a canon Rahi, although it has never been directly seen in the storyline.

Titans

  • 8556 Boxor
    • Included the Matoran, Nuparu.
    • Included instructions for an alternate model, (unofficially called "Boxor Walker"), which is not included in storyline canon..
  • 8557 Exo-Toa
    • Included instructions for an alternate model (unofficially called "Exo Raptor"), which is not included in storyline canon.
  • 8558 Cahdok & Gahdok
    • Included instructions for an alternate model (unofficially called "Bahrag Spider"), which is not included in storyline canon.

Promotions

  • "Bohrok Va Kabaya" were distributed along with Kabaya sweets packages in Japan during 2002.
    • 1431 Tahnok Va (Similar to Set 8554)
    • 1432 Nuhvok Va (Similar to Set 8555)
    • 1433 Gahlok Va (Similar to Set 8550)
    • 1433 Lehvak Va (Similar to Set 8552)
      • Included instructions to combine all four sets into a "Bohrok Va Kaita".
  • Orange Kanohi Vahi became available in various places, including a mail-in Walgreens promotion in June.

Summer 2002 - Toa Nuva[edit]

Collectible

  • 8598 Kanohi Nuva & Krana Pack
    • Consisted of two random Kanohi Nuva masks and three random Krana.
    • European release was item number 8597, "Krana Nuva".

Canister Sets: Toa Nuva

  • 8566 Onua Nuva
  • 8567 Lewa Nuva
  • 8568 Pohatu Nuva
  • 8570 Gali Nuva
  • 8571 Kopaka Nuva
  • 8572 Tahu Nuva
    • Included instructions to combine sets into two Toa Kaita Nuva: Onua, Pohatu, and Tahu into Akamai Nuva; and Lewa, Gali, and Kopaka into Wairuha Nuva.

Other

  • 10023 BIONICLE Master Builder Set
    • Consisted of instructions and parts for the following Rahi models: Hikaki dragon-lizard, Vako rhinoceros, Kuna snake, Hoi turtle, Hoto beetle, Takea shark, Ruki fish, Ussal crab, Kewa bird, Taku fishing bird, Fikou spider, Makika cave toad, Fusa kangaroo, Husi ostrich and Kofo-Jaga scorpion.

2003[edit]

Winter 2003 - Bohrok Kal[edit]

Collectible

  • 8599 Kanohi Nuva & Krana-Kal Pack
    • Consisted of two random Kanohi Nuva masks and three random metallic-colored Krana-Kal.
    • European release was in a plastic bag instead of a cardboard box, and item number 8600.
    • Featured silver Kanohi Nuva to represent the Toa Nuva's masks while the Toa were robbed of their elemental powers.

Canister Sets: Bohrok-Kal
The Bohrok-Kal were not officially released in Australia, but the Australian department store chain Big W shipped them in around the end of 2003.

  • 8573 Nuhvok-Kal
  • 8574 Tahnok-Kal
  • 8575 Kohrak-Kal
  • 8576 Lehvak-Kal
  • 8577 Pahrak-Kal
  • 8578 Gahlok-Kal
    • Included instructions to combine sets into two Bohrok-Kal Kaita: one combining Nuhvok-Kal, Tahnok-Kal, and Pahrak-Kal; the other combining Kohrak-Kal, Lehvak-Kal, and Gahlok-Kal.
    • Early Bohrok-Kal releases included mini CD-ROMs with content about the Bohrok-Kal and Toa Nuva.

Promotions

  • Random Bohrok-Kal sets included rare silver Krana Xa-Kal: 5,000 made of white metal and 72 of actual sterling silver. They were only available in North America and the United Kingdom.

Summer 2003 - Rahkshi[edit]

Collectible

  • 8580 Kraata
    • Consisted of three random Kraata and two stickers.

Box Sets: Mata Nui Matoran

  • 8581 Kopeke
  • 8582 Matoro
  • 8583 Hahli
  • 8584 Hewkii
  • 8585 Hafu
  • 8586 Macku
    • Included instructions to combine all six sets into two "Matoran Kaita", neither of which appeared in the canon storyline.

Canister Sets: Rahkshi

  • 8587 Panrahk
  • 8588 Kurahk
  • 8589 Lerahk
  • 8590 Guurahk
  • 8591 Vorahk
  • 8592 Turahk
    • Included instructions to combine sets into two Rahkshi Kaita: one combining Panrahk, Guurahk, and Vorahk; the other combining Kurahk, Lerahk, and Turahk. These are canon and were the villains in the comic "Secrets and Shadows".
    • Early Rahkshi releases included mini CD-ROMs with content about the Rahkshi and Toa Takanuva.

Titans

  • 8593 Makuta (now known as "Teridax")
  • 8594 Jaller and Gukko
  • 8595 Takua and Pewku
    • Included instructions to combine sets into an alternate form of Makuta called "Makuta Nui", which is canon, but never appeared in the storyline.
  • 8596 Takanuva
    • Included an Ussanui vehicle and a sparkly clear Kanohi Avohkii mask. Also included instructions to combine with the Makuta set into Takutanuva.
  • 10201 Takutanuva
    • Exclusive to Toys-R-Us stores.
    • Consisted of Makuta and Takanuva sets, plus a movie-edition Kanohi Kraahkan mask.

Promotions

  • 1441 Fikou
    • Fikou sets were released with the purchase of any Bohrok-Kal in Belgium.
  • Late Rahkshi releases at Target stores included purple Shadow Kraata.
  • Red-and-green "Poisoned" Tahu Nuva masks were distributed in various promotions; in the US at LEGO Brand Store openings in November.
  • Blockbuster stores sold combination packs (65295, 65296, 65297), each containing two box sets and a gold Kanohi Avohkii mask.[2]

2004[edit]

Winter 2004 - Toa Metru[edit]

Collectible

  • 8613 Kanoka Disk Launcher Pack
    • Consisted of two random Kanoka Disks and a Kanoka Launcher.

Box Sets: Metru Nui Matoran

  • 8607 Nuhrii
  • 8608 Vhisola
  • 8609 Tehutti
  • 8610 Ahkmou
  • 8611 Orkahm
  • 8612 Ehrye
    • Included instructions to combine sets into two Rahi: Nuhrii, Ahkmou, and Orkahm into a Kinloka; and Vhisola, Tehutti, and Ehrye into a Kavinika.

Canister Sets: Toa Metru

  • 8601 Toa Vakama
  • 8602 Toa Nokama
  • 8603 Toa Whenua
  • 8604 Toa Onewa
  • 8605 Toa Matau
  • 8606 Toa Nuju
    • Included instructions for two alternate models: Vakama, Matau, and Onewa into a Kralhi; and Nokama, Whenua, and Nuju into a Kraawa.
    • In the Bionicle Book Series Adventures #3: "The Darkness Below", there were additional instructions included to combine all six Toa Metru into the Rahi Krahka.
    • Early European Toa Metru releases included mini CD-ROMs with games featuring the Toa Metru. (North American releases included "Kanoka Cards" which included codes that could be redeemed at Bionicle.com for the same CD content.)
    • Any two Toa Metru Canister Lids can be combined into a Matoran Sphere.
    • In Australia during Autumn 2004 the six Toa Metru were available in a co-pack along with Tahu Nuva.

Other

  • 8711 Master Accessory Kit
    • Exclusive to Toys "R" Us Stores in the USA.
  • 8713 Limited Edition Accessory Kit
    • Exclusive to Toys "R" Us Stores in the UK.

Promotions

  • 3259 Shooter + Disk
    • Released in France along with a Bionicle Comic Book.
  • 8026 Kraatu
    • This set was never officially released.
  • Lunchables also distributed three miniature comic books inside select meals.

Summer 2004 - Vahki[edit]

Canister Sets: Vahki

  • 8614 Nuurakh
  • 8615 Bordakh
  • 8616 Vorzakh
  • 8617 Zadakh
  • 8618 Rorzakh
  • 8619 Keerakh
    • Included instructions to combine sets into two specialized Vahki models: Nuurakh, Vorzakh, and Rorzakh into a Kranua; Bordakh, Zadakh, and Keerakh into a Kraahu.
    • Late Vahki releases exclusive to Target Stores in the USA included a Flat Dark Gold Kanohi Vahi and a Kanoka Disk of Time as part of a special promotion.
    • All Vahki came with 'kanoka cards' which were redeemable for points on bionicle.com.

Titans

  • 8621 Turaga Dume and Nivawk
  • 8622 Nidhiki
  • 8623 Krekka
    • Included instructions to combine all three sets into "Ultimate Dume".
    • More instructions were later distributed through Lego Club Magazine to combine Turaga Dume and Nivawk with Nidhiki into a Lorahk.
  • 8811 Toa Lhikan and Kikanalo
  • 10202 Ultimate Dume
    • Exclusive to Toys "R" Us Stores.
    • Consisted of Turaga Dume and Nivawk, Nidhiki, and Krekka sets; plus a special Kanohi Kraahkan mask designed to fit the model.

2005[edit]

Winter 2005 - Toa Hordika[edit]

Collectible

  • 8748 Rhotuka Spinners
    • Consisted of four randomly colored marbled Rhotuka Spinners and one pearl light grey one.

Box Sets: Rahaga

  • 4868 Gaaki
  • 4869 Pouks
  • 4870 Kualus
  • 4877 Norik
  • 4878 Bomonga
  • 4879 Iruini
    • Included instructions to combine sets into two Rahi: Gaaki, Pouks, and Kualus into an Ice Vermin; and Norik, Bomonga, and Iruini into a Colony Drone.

Canister Sets: Toa Hordika
In Europe, the Visorak were released in Winter 2005 instead of the Toa Hordika.

  • 8736 Toa Hordika Vakama
  • 8737 Toa Hordika Nokama
  • 8738 Toa Hordika Whenua
  • 8739 Toa Hordika Onewa
  • 8740 Toa Hordika Matau
  • 8741 Toa Hordika Nuju
    • Included instructions to combine sets into three Rahi: Vakama and Whenua into a Cable Crawler; Nokama and Nuju into a Sea Spider, and Onewa and Matau into a Rock Raptor.
    • More instructions were later distributed through Bionicle.com to combine sets into two more Rahi: Vakama, Whenua, and Matau into a Protocairn; and Nokama, Onewa, and Nuju into a Frostelus.

Other

  • 6637 Ultimate Battle Set
    • Exclusive to Toys "R" Us Stores in Germany and Austria.
  • 8715 Ultimate Creatures Accessory Set
    • Exclusive to Toys "R" Us Stores in the USA.

Summer 2005 - Visorak[edit]

Canister Sets: Visorak
In Europe, the Toa Hordika were released in Summer 2005 instead of the Visorak.

  • 8742 Vohtarak
  • 8743 Boggarak
  • 8744 Oohnorak
  • 8745 Roporak
  • 8746 Keelerak
  • 8747 Suukorak
    • Included instructions for three alternate sets: Vohtarak and Oohnorak into a Gate Guardian; Boggarak and Suukorak into a Kahgarak, and Roporak and Keelerak into a Chute Lurker.
    • More instructions were later distributed through Bionicle.com and Lego Club Magazine to combine sets into three more Rahi: Vohtarak, Oohnorak, and Keelerak into a Parakrekk; Boggarak, Roporak, and Suukorak into a Venom Flyer; and all six sets into a Zivon.

Limited Edition Canisters: Toa Hagah
Norik and Iruini in Toa Hagah form were released in Europe in Winter 2005.

  • 8762 Toa Iruini
  • 8763 Toa Norik
    • In the USA, Toa Norik was exclusive to Wal-Mart Stores as part of a "Special Edition Guardian Toa Bonus Pack" that included Toa Iruini as well.

Titans:
Keetongu, Sidorak, and Roodaka were released in Europe in Winter 2005.

  • 8755 Keetongu
  • 8756 Sidorak
  • 8761 Roodaka
      • Included instructions to combine sets into two Dark Hunters: Keetongu and Roodaka into the Shadowed One, and Keetongu and Sidorak into Sentrakh.
  • More instructions were later released through Voporak sets (below) and later still at Lego.com to combine all three Titans into Voporak.
  • 10203 Voporak
    • Exclusive to Target Stores in the USA.
    • Consisted of Keetongu, Sidorak, and Roodaka sets, plus instructions to combine all three into Voporak.

Playsets:

  • 8757 Visorak Battle Ram
  • 8758 Tower of Toa
  • 8759 Battle of Metru Nui
  • 8769 Visorak's Gate
    • Exclusive to Toys "R" Us Stores in the USA.
    • Tower of Toa came with a gold Kanohi Kraahkan with four holes filled in, as in 2008's Icarax, though this one was not considered a Kraahkan in the storyline, rather more of a golden growth, on the miniature Kahgarak included.

2006[edit]

Winter 2006 - Piraka[edit]

Box Sets: Voya Nui Matoran

  • 8721 Velika
  • 8722 Kazi
  • 8723 Piruk
  • 8724 Garan
  • 8725 Balta
  • 8726 Dalu
    • Includes instructions to combine sets into two Rahi: Velika, Piruk, and Balta into a Lava Hawk; and Kazi, Garan, and Dalu into a Dagger Spider.

Canister Sets: Piraka

  • 8900 Reidak
  • 8901 Hakann
  • 8902 Vezok
  • 8903 Zaktan
  • 8904 Avak
  • 8905 Thok
    • Includes instructions for three alternate models: one combining Reidak and Zaktan, another combining Hakann and Avak, and a third combining Vezok and Thok. None of these are included in storyline canon.
    • More instructions were later distributed through Irnakk sets (below) and Lego Club Magazine to combine sets into two more alternate models: Reidak, Vezok, and Thok sets into Irnakk; and Hakann, Zaktan, and Avak sets into a Protodax.

Titans

  • 8626 Irnakk
    • Consists of Reidak, Vezok, and Thok sets; plus instructions for Irnakk, a gold Thok spine piece, and some gold tubing.

Promotions

  • 6934 Good Guy
    • Released through Donald Duck Magazine
  • 6935 Bad Guy
    • Released through Donald Duck Magazine
  • 7716 QUICK Good Guy White
    • Released through QUICK fast food restaurant promotions
  • 7717 QUICK Bad Guy Green
    • Released through QUICK fast food restaurant promotions
  • 7718 QUICK Bad Guy Yellow
    • Released through QUICK fast food restaurant promotions
  • 7719 QUICK Good Guy Red
    • Released through QUICK fast food restaurant promotions
  • 7216 Gold Good Guy
    • Released through Duracell promotion
    • Unofficially represents Turaga Lhikan
  • 7217 Duracell Bad Guy
    • Released through Duracell promotion
  • 6936 Piraka and Catapult
  • 6937 Give Away

Summer 2006 - Toa Inika[edit]

Canister Sets: Toa Inika

  • 8727 Toa Jaller
  • 8728 Toa Hahli
  • 8729 Toa Nuparu
  • 8730 Toa Hewkii
  • 8731 Toa Kongu
  • 8732 Toa Matoro
    • Instructions were later distributed through Bionicle.com to combine Hahli, Nuparu and Hewkii into Toa Jovan.

Titans

  • 8733 Axonn
  • 8734 Brutaka
    • Instructions were distributed through Bionicle.com to combine Axonn and Brutaka into Botar.
    • Axonn and Brutaka were released in Europe in Winter 2006.
  • 8764 Vezon & Fenrakk
    • Instructions were later released through Vezon & Kardas sets (below) to combine all three Titans into Vezon and Kardas.
  • 8625 Umbra
    • Exclusive to Wal-Mart Stores in the USA.
  • 10204 Vezon & Kardas
    • Exclusive to Target Stores in the USA.
    • Consists of parts for Axonn, Brutaka, and Vezon & Fenrakk sets but only includes instructions for Vezon & Kardas; not for any of the other Titans.

Playsets

  • 8624 Race for the Mask of Life
  • 8892 Piraka Outpost
  • 8893 Lava Chamber Gate
  • 8894 Piraka Stronghold

2007[edit]

Winter 2007 - Barraki[edit]

Box Sets: Mahri Nui Matoran and Hydruka

  • 8929 Defilak
  • 8930 Dekar
  • 8931 Thulox
  • 8932 Morak

Canister Sets: Barraki

  • 8916 Takadox
  • 8917 Kalmah
  • 8918 Carapar
  • 8919 Mantax
  • 8920 Ehlek
  • 8921 Pridak
    • Instructions were released through Lego BrickMaster Magazine to combine Carapar, Mantax, and Ehlek into a Pit War Tortoise; and Takadox, Kalmah, and Pridak into a Zyglak.

Titans / Warriors

  • 8935 Nocturn
    • Exclusive to Wal-Mart Stores in the USA and certain UK stores.
    • In the UK, Nocturn was included in a co-pack with Dekar and Thulox that was exclusive to Tesco Stores.

Promotions

  • 6944 Good Guy 07
  • 6945 Bad Guy 07
  • 6946 Squid Launcher Function

Summer 2007 - Toa Mahri[edit]

The "collectible" for the following sets are Cordak Blasters, though Cordak ammo is not available separately.

Canister Sets: Toa Mahri

  • 8910 Toa Mahri Kongu
  • 8911 Toa Mahri Jaller
    • Jaller Mahri includes a Hahnah Crab.
  • 8912 Toa Mahri Hewkii
  • 8913 Toa Mahri Nuparu
  • 8914 Toa Mahri Hahli
  • 8915 Toa Mahri Matoro
    • Instructions were distributed through Lego Club Magazine to combine Toa Mahri Nuparu, Toa Mahri Matoro, Barraki Carapar, and Barraki Mantax into a Manutri.
    • Each Toa Mahri's Canister could be converted into a battle station that the Cordak Blaster could be mounted upon.

Titans / Warriors

  • 8922 Gadunka
  • 8923 Hydraxon
  • 8924 Maxilos & Spinax
  • 8939 Lesovikk
    • Includes a Sea Sled.
    • Exclusive to Wal-Mart Stores in the USA and Tesco stores in the UK.
  • 8940 Karzahni
    • Includes two Matoran named Sarda & Idris, as well as an undersea trap.
    • Exclusive to Toys R Us stores in the US and the now-defunct Woolworths stores in the UK.

Playsets

  • 8925 Barraki Deepsea Patrol
  • 8926 Toa Undersea Attack
  • 8927 Toa Terrain Crawler

2008[edit]

Winter 2008 - Phantoka[edit]

Small Sets: Light and Shadow Matoran

  • 8944 Tanma
    • Combine with Lewa or Gali.
  • 8945 Solek
    • Combine with Kopaka or Tahu.
  • 8946 Photok
    • Combine with Pohatu or Onua.
  • 8947 Radiak
    • Combine with Antroz or Gorast.
  • 8948 Gavla
    • Combine with Vamprah or Bitil.
  • 8949 Kirop
    • Combine with Chirox or Krika.

Canister Sets: "Phantoka"

  • 8685 Toa Kopaka
    • New Adaptive Armor Phantoka Form
      • Combine with Solek
  • 8686 Toa Lewa
    • New Adaptive Armor Phantoka Form
      • Combine with Tanma
  • 8687 Toa Pohatu
    • New Adaptive Armor Phantoka Form
      • Combine with Photok
  • 8691 Antroz
    • Combine with Radiak
  • 8692 Vamprah
    • Combine with Gavla
  • 8693 Chirox
    • Combine with Kirop
    • Instructions were later distributed through Bionicle.com to combine Lewa Nuva, Antroz, Tanma, and Radiak into Makuta Spiriah.
    • You can use the Phantoka containers as a decorative screen for the Phantoka to be displayed in.

Titans / Warriors

  • 8697 Toa Ignika
    • Comes with Skyboard
    • Instructions were distributed through Lego Club Magazine to combine Toa Ignika with Pohatu Nuva and Vamprah into a Niazesk.
  • 8952 Mutran and Vican
    • A Wal*Mart exclusive in the US, and a Tesco exclusive in the UK**
  • 8953 Makuta Icarax
    • A Toys R Us Exclusive in the USA
    • Came with a redesigned Kanohi Kraahkan that had 4 slits instead of the original 6, but otherwise, it is identical to the one released in the 2003 Makuta Set.

Promotional

  • 20005 Klakk
    • Released in the September–October Brickmaster Magazine issue, in a Phantoka coverage.
  • 6126 Good Guy 08
  • 6127 Bad Guy 08
  • 6128 Function

Summer 2008 - Mistika[edit]

Canister Sets: "Mistika"

  • 8688 Toa Gali
    • New Adaptive Armor Mistika Form
    • Combine with Tanma
  • 8689 Toa Tahu
    • New Adaptive Armor Mistika Form
    • Combine with Solek
  • 8690 Toa Onua
    • New Adaptive Armor Mistika Form
    • Combine with Photok
    • Instructions were later distributed through Bionicle.com to combine Onua, Gali, and Tahu into Trinuma.
  • 8694 Krika
    • Combine with Kirop
  • 8695 Gorast
    • Combine with Radiak
  • 8696 Bitil
    • Combine with Gavla
      • Instructions were distributed in 2009 to make the "Swamp Stalker" using parts from all of the Makuta Mistika.

Titans / Warriors

  • 8698 Vultraz
    • Comes with Skyfighter
  • 8699 Takanuva
    • Toa of Light and Shadow - New Light Drained Form
  • 8954 Mazeka
    • Comes with Swamp Strider
    • Exclusive to Wal-Mart stores in the USA and Woolworth's stores in the UK.

Battle Vehicles

  • 8941 Rockoh T3
    • Comes with Toa Pohatu Nuva - Adaptive Armor Pilot Form
  • 8942-1 Jetrax T6
    • Comes with Antroz - Pilot Form
    • Instructions for an alternate model of Jetrax T6 called the Destral Cycle, as seen in the November–December 2008 Issue of LEGO Magazine, were later distributed through Bionicle.com.
  • 8942-2 Super Charged Jetrax T6
    • Yellow Recolor of Set 8942-1.
    • Exclusive to Target stores in the USA.
  • 8943 Axalara T9
    • Comes with Toa Lewa Nuva - Adaptive Armor Pilot Form

2009[edit]

Winter 2009 - Glatorian[edit]

Small Sets: Agori

  • 8972 Atakus
  • 8973 Raanu
  • 8974 Tarduk
  • 8975 Berix
  • 8976 Metus
  • 8977 Zesk

Canister Sets: Glatorian

  • 8978 Skrall
  • 8979 Malum
  • 8980 Gresh
  • 8981 Tarix
  • 8982 Strakk
  • 8983 Vorox
    • In the March–April Brickmaster Magazine, instructions to make a Sand Stalker out of Malum and Fero & Skirmix sets were released.

Titans / Warriors

  • 8990 Fero and Skirmix
    • Exclusive to Wal-Mart stores in the US
    • The set was repackaged in the summer to promote the new movie, The Legend Reborn
  • 8991 Tuma

Summer 2009 - Glatorian Legends[edit]

Promotional

  • 20012 Click

*Released in September–October LEGO Brickmaster. This is only available through BrickMaster subscription and as a HMV exclusive with the Bionicle: The Legend Reborn film in the United Kingdom and in the Netherlands.

Canister Sets

  • 8984 Stronius
  • 8985 Ackar
  • 8986 Vastus
  • 8987 Kiina
  • 8988 Gelu
  • 8989 Mata Nui
    • Included a yellow-colored, remolded Kanohi Ignika, the Mask of Life, to fit the Glatorian-style head.

Warriors

  • 8998 Toa Mata Nui
    • Is a Titan rendition of the canister Mata Nui. This larger Mata Nui is non-canon in story.
    • Includes golden recolored Kanohi Ignika, of the same mold that was used in the Toa Ignika box set of 2008.

Battle Vehicles

  • 8992 Cendox V1
    • Includes the Agori Crotesius
  • 8993 Kaxium V3
    • Includes the Agori Scodonius and Kirbraz
  • 8994 Baranus V7
    • Includes the Agori Sahmad and a Spikit
  • 8995 Thornatus V9
    • Includes the Glatorian Perditus
  • 8996 Skopio XV-1
    • Includes the Glatorian Telluris
    • Can transform into a tank, or back into a quadrupedal scorpion-like form.

2010[edit]

2010 - Bionicle Stars[edit]

  • 7116 Tahu
    • All "Bionicle Stars" come with a golden BIONICLE piece that can be placed on Tahu to create the "Golden Armor". Includes golden Kanohi Hau.
  • 7117 Gresh
    • His Jungle blades are now silver, not green. Includes golden armor piece.
  • 7135 Takanuva
    • Is silver and white; Color change addressed as Takanuva "blending in". His light staffs resemble his original "kolhii" staff of light. Includes golden armor piece.
  • 7136 Skrall
    • Is a warrior-class Skrall. Includes golden sword pommel piece.
  • 7137 Piraka
    • Confirmed to be the Skakdi warlord Nektann. Controls the Element of Water, Crescent Scythe allows him to access elemental powers independent of other Skakdi. Includes golden armor piece.
  • 7138 Rahkshi
    • Is a yellow Rahkshi of heat vision. Includes golden shield piece which heavily resembles one of the Bohrok-Kal Shields.
  • The clubcode BIONICLEBUILD on the back of the Bionicle comic: Rebirth, Journey's End part 2 of 2 (included in the March–April Lego Magazine issue) unlocks instructions to combine all of them, which is a warrior called Gaardus.

These are known to be the final BIONICLE sets to be released (in the foreseeable future).

References[edit]

  1. ^ Us Vs. Europe Release Schedules at BZPower forums, post #1
  2. ^ Rich, BZPower Administrator (August 29, 2003). "Three New Bionicle Combo Sets". BZPower. Retrieved 2009-07-25.