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::In 'officially released printed media' - as long as I'm right - was in the third chapter of the BL9: Shadows in the Sky (page 35). — '''''[[User:Surel-nuva|<font color="DARKBLUE">Surel</font><font color="DARKRED">—</font><font color="GOLDENROD">Nuva</font>]]'' <sub>([[User talk:Surel-nuva|<font color="#8A7F8D">Talk</font>]])</sub>''' 13:15, 24 September 2017 (CET)
 
::In 'officially released printed media' - as long as I'm right - was in the third chapter of the BL9: Shadows in the Sky (page 35). — '''''[[User:Surel-nuva|<font color="DARKBLUE">Surel</font><font color="DARKRED">—</font><font color="GOLDENROD">Nuva</font>]]'' <sub>([[User talk:Surel-nuva|<font color="#8A7F8D">Talk</font>]])</sub>''' 13:15, 24 September 2017 (CET)
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:::As a piece of trivia, I recall the first time the name Teridax was published was in The Mutran Chronicles, Chapter 5. However, Greg didn't confirm that was the Makuta of Metru Nui's name until a few weeks later. --[[User:Angel Bob|Angel Bob]] ([[User talk:Angel Bob|talk]]) 21:14, 24 September 2017 (CET)

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Beware the Bohrok

And they would see to it that Makuta never again troubled this beautiful island - if he even bothered to try. Was this the end of their battles against the darkness? Tahu wondered.
Not the end, Toa. The words hung in the air - not as if they'd been spoken, but as if they'd always existed, independent and alone. This is only the beginning.

^These are the last two paragraphs of BIONICLE Chronicles 2: Beware the Bohrok. I tried to keep the selection short due to copyrights. Someone recently said that Teridax spoke at the end of this book, but, to me, it seems intentionally ambiguous. I know there is a YouTube group reading aloud the chapter books, so maybe they interpreted Makuta as the last speaker and the wiki editor heard their reading. Without clarity from the word format present in the print edition, I could see that happening. Toa Magnemite (talk) 06:00, 26 November 2014 (CET)

Teridax Sets

Are there 3 or 4 sets that depict Teridax? I'm asking this because I'm not sure if Turaga Dume & Nivawk counts? Does this set represents Dume, Teridax, or both? Remember, it's unknown if Dume even had a relation with Nivawk... --BIONICLE 4EVER (talk) 20:52, 14 February 2016 (CET)

Nivawk was Teridax's "pet"... I think it represents both. According that page: "Turaga Dume, whom Teridax was impersonating, was also released in 2004". -- Surel-nuva (talk) 22:11, 14 February 2016 (CET)

native instructions

surel (i think it was him) brings up a good point: if we have the instructions for a set hosted natively on this site, then why don't we just use those instead of linking to lego's site for the instructions? in my opinion, we should do both; link to our stuff here, and then also provide the lego link under the external links section b/c it's still relevant imo.(The preceding unsigned comment was made by Intelligence4)

Check my talk-page, It was discussed. I didn't have enough time yet to shift 'em.— SurelNuva (Talk) 21:53, 29 August 2017 (CET)

naming day!

when did we first hear about teridax's name? aside from "makuta"? Intelligence4 (talk)

Greg revealed it on BZP I think. -- Morris the Mata Nui Cow (talk) 07:40, 24 September 2017 (CET)
In 'officially released printed media' - as long as I'm right - was in the third chapter of the BL9: Shadows in the Sky (page 35). — SurelNuva (Talk) 13:15, 24 September 2017 (CET)
As a piece of trivia, I recall the first time the name Teridax was published was in The Mutran Chronicles, Chapter 5. However, Greg didn't confirm that was the Makuta of Metru Nui's name until a few weeks later. --Angel Bob (talk) 21:14, 24 September 2017 (CET)