Talk:Flame Sword (Ackar)

From BIONICLEsector01

I could be the only one, but the TLR "original weapon" forms are really canon? Because the comics use the "enchanted/upgraded" versions of the tools. I thought the movie creators just wanted to show a "large-surprising" change, but in reality the blades looked like now but were damaged/broken. -- SurelNuva (Talk) 19:52, 6 March 2017 (CET)

Every medium depicts things in slightly different ways. For example, there's the long-running controversy over whether Gali's and Onua's Mata weapons were their hands or not. Labeling one thing or another as non-canon or semi-canon in this case would be a massive headache that isn't worth it. --Angel Bob (talk) 23:03, 6 March 2017 (CET)
Oh, I don't want to label them semi-canon of course. Gali's Hooks since the encyclopedias are separate weapons, and Onua's claws are natural things. I was just curious because the TLR movie's beginning is definitely non-canon, because the Island of Mata Nui was leveled by the Bohrok so it must have been a barren rock with NO Mount Ihu, no Mangai Vulcano etc as well as the robot's awakening was depicted in the comics and the final battle animations, and described in the Final Battle and the two 2008 podcasts. And we know that the Ignika didn't left the Galactic Universe, so the whole beginning of the film is non-canon... And the moving elements of the glatorian is just ridiculous of course... So I would not be very surprised if the "original forms" of the weapons are non-canon. -- SurelNuva (Talk) 15:02, 17 March 2017 (CET)