Talk:Volo Lutu Launcher

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Main Image: QftT or TLoMN?

Should the main image for this article be the Quest for the Toa sprite or The Legend of Mata Nui screenshot?

I definitely agree with Surel-nuva that the TLoMN screenshot looks a lot better due to being bigger and more detailed. However, the one problem is that it's a screenshot from an unreleased alpha of a non-canon game. While I'm fine with that, I've also got a bad feeling someone like Dorek would not like such a picture taking precedence over an image that is from a released canon game. Small and pixelated as it is, the QftT sprite is still our only "real" representation of the Volo Lutu Launcher in canon.

An advantage of having the TLoMN screenshot on the page, but not as the main image, is that we can show the launcher in greater detail while also including a caption clarifying that this is from a developmental build of an unreleased game. That's what I had done in my initial edit.

Any thoughts? --PeabodySam (talk) 19:42, 11 March 2018 (UTC)

Volo Tree or Amana Volo Sphere?

Are these not related, or at least likely enough to be related that a note should be made, to Volo Trees or Amana Volo Spheres? Also, while I can find no trace of it, I could have sworn I remember seeing somewhere that it was sticky sap in the fruit(I don't know why a fruit would have sap, but I feel like I remember the word sap) that sticks to things. I was able to view the file that says that it is a gravity source, but it didn't really yield anything beyond what is on this page already. Either way though, this is from BIONICLE: The Legend of Mata Nui, which is non-canon, so I don't know that the info of it being a gravity source should be here outside of a trivia point or a note. Firespitter Lhii (talk) 18:21, 21 February 2024 (UTC)

The LoMN description matches what the tool does in QftT, so I guess it's canon. And I don't think it's related to either things.--SurelNuva (Talk) 18:36, 21 February 2024 (UTC)