Bionicle: The Ultimate Storyline Reading Order (2001-2010) (2023)

Bionicle: The Ultimate Storyline Reading Order (2001-2010) (1)

Welcome, Bionicle fans, both new and old, to the Ultimate Bionicle Storyline Reading Order for Years 2001-2010. Now first, to clarify something; this is literally every piece of relevant Bionicle Lore you will ever find. Anything that shows up here is relevant, so if you’re just looking to get the core story, and are too lazy to actually read everything, this is not the place for you. The goal of this list is to literally create the most immersive and knowledge-filled experience possible, and if you follow it, you will officially be a Bionicle Storyline Expert.

Right off the bat, there are two different lists here. The first, which I call the “Spoiler-Free Order” is a list that takes certain events out of chronological order to avoid spoilers. This list is ideal for new fans who haven’t read hardly any of the storyline. Those of you who know the story well may be looking at it and saying, “Wait a second, doesn’t that come way earlier in the story?” You’re probably right. For example, the short story Decadence, takes place at the very beginning of the story, however, it features major spoilers for people who haven’t yet read anything else. For this reason, I have intentionally taken certain items on the list and moved them to later parts in order to avoid spoiling plot details. There is minimal splitting in this version.

The second list, which I will call the “Chronological Order,” places everything closest to the order in which they take place. In many cases, items on the list are chopped up because certain items are literally taking place at the same time, like MNOG and Tale of the Toa. This list is perfect for returning fans who already know the spoilers, but are looking to get a review of the series and want to see events in which they occur.

Here is a key to help you determine what certain items are on the lists.

C = Chronicles (Series 1)
A = Adventures (Series 2)
L = Legends (Series 3)
B = Bara Magna Saga (Series 4)

Games and Animations are Underlined

Shorts, Serials, and Podcast Serials are Italicized
Split Items are in Bold

May I state, and this is very important. I did not mark these items because they are unimportant. Any experienced Bionicle fan will tell you that the Games, Animations, and Serials are absolutely crucial to understanding the Bionicle storyline entirely. If you leave these items out, you will be left very confused at many points.

If you’re looking for a resource for all these items, you can find these books on amazon; each book is typically $4. For games, animations, shorts, and serials, I recommend using Biomediaproject(All these items are free on this website). Also, I am currently directing a project, known as the Bionicle: Audio-Narration-Project, that aims to create audiobooks of all the books and eventually the shorts and serials. You can find it here!

Please read everything above this point before clicking on these! I promise, it's important!

Now that I’ve got that out of the way, you may move on to the lists. If you are new to the Bionicle Storyline, choose the Spoiler-Free Order. If you are a returning fan who has read at least 95% of the items on this list, you can choose the Chronological Order.

Spoiler-Free Order (New Fans!)

01. C1: Tale of the Toa -> Mata Nui Online Game

02. C2: Beware the Bohrok -> Bohrok Online Animations

03. C3: Makuta’s Revenge -> Bohrok-Kal Online Animations -> C4: Tales of the Masks -> Mata Nui Online Game II -> C5: Mask of Light -> Tentacles

04. A1: Mystery of Metru Nui -> A2: Trial by Fire -> A3: The Darkness Below -> A4: Legends of Metru Nui -> A5: Voyage of Fear ->
Protection -> A6: Maze of Shadows

(Video) Bionicle 2001-2010 Complete Narrated History

05. A7: Web of the Visorak -> A8: Challenge of the Hordika ->Birth of a Dark Hunter ->

Search for the Mask of Light Online Animations -> A9: Web of Shadows ->No One Gets Left Behind-> A10: Time Trap ->The Dweller Report

06. Hope -> L1: Island of Doom -> L2: Dark Destiny -> L3: Powerplay -> L4: Legacy of Evil -> L5: Inferno -> VNOG

07. L6: City of the Lost -> Dreams of Destruction -> L7: Prisoners of the Pit ->The Many Deaths of Toa Tuyet->Into the Darkness -> Toa Nuva Blog -> L8: Downfall

08. L9: Shadows in the Sky -> The Mutran Chronicles -> Journey of Takanuva -> The Kingdom -> Dark Mirror -> Federation of Fear ->

L10: Swamp of Secrets -> Brothers in Arms -> L11: The Final Battle -> Dwellers in Darkness -> Destiny War -> The Rising -> The Truth -> Reign of Shadows (Ch. 1-10)

09. Secret of Certavus -> *B1: The Crossing -> B2: Raid on Vulcanus -> B3: The Legend Reborn (Prologue-Ch. 1) -> Desert of Danger ->

B3: The Legend Reborn (Ch. 2-Epilogue) -> Challenge of Mata Nui -> Empire of the Skrall -> Riddle of the Great Beings ->

Reign of Shadows (Ch. 11)

10. *B4: Journey’s End -> Reign of Shadows (Ch. 12) -> Decadence -> Sahmad’s Tale -> The Powers That Be -> The Yesterday Quest

*These two books were cancelled in the US, and were only released in Poland in the form of e-books. They have since been translated and can be found at the same websites as the shorts and serials.

Once you have finished reading all the books, I recommend reading the comics as a summary review of the overall story.

Comics List (Only look once you've finished everything above!)

(Video) BIONICLE Trilogy IN ORDER!

There are three series of comics throughout Bionicle. The first, simply called "Bionicle" covers years 1-5, and consists of 27 comics. "Ignition" covers years 6-8, and consists of 15 comics. Lastly, "Glatorian" covers years 9-10, and consists of 7 comics. All of these comics can be found on BS01.

Additionally, there are four comic-exclusive stories, all of which are included in the papercutz novels(Essentially comics put into a graphic novel format). One takes place after "Ignition" Comic 11, and is called "Hydraxon's Tale," and is included in Papercutz Graphic Novel #6. The other three are included in "Papercutz Graphic Novel #8: The Legends of Bara Magna," And should be read after finishing "Glatorian" comic 5. I'm hoping to post copies of these online soon.

If you'd like another list for the comics, here...

01. Bionicle: Comics 1-3
02. Bionicle: Comics 4-9
03. Bionicle: Comics 10-15
04. Bionicle: Comics 16-21
05. Bionicle: Comics 22-27
06. Ignition: Comics 1-5
07. Ignition: Comics 6-11 -> Hydraxon's Tale
08. Ignition: Comics 12-15
09. Glatorian: Comics 1-5 -> Legends of Bara Magna (Fall and Rise of the Skrall | The Exile's Tale | All Our Sins Remembered)
10. Glatorian: Comics 6-7

Chronological Order (Fans who've already read the Series!)

(Video) Bionicle: The Complete Story (Except official movies) (As close to complete as possible)

History of Spherus Magna:*B4: Journey’s End (Prologue) ->Decadence

History of Mata Nui:L5: Inferno (Prologue) -> L10: Swamp of Secrets (Interludes 1-5)

History of Metru Nui:L6: City of the Lost (Prologue) ->No One Gets Left Behind -> L4: Legacy of Evil (Ch. 1-4) -> The Many Deaths of Toa Tuyet-> L4: Legacy of Evil (Ch. 5) ->Birth of a Dark Hunter-> A9: Web of Shadows (Appendix: Rahaga Origins) ->Protection

Metru Nui Era:A1: Mystery of Metru Nui (Ch.1-8) -> A2: Trial by Fire (Ch.1-12) -> A3: The Darkness Below (Ch.1-10) -> A4: Legends of Metru Nui (Ch.1-9) -> A5: Voyage of Fear (Ch.1-9)-> A6: Maze of Shadows (Ch.1-9) -> A7: Web of the Visorak (Ch.1-9) -> A8: Challenge of the Hordika (Ch.1-10) ->Mask of Light Online Animations-> A9: Web of Shadows (Ch.1-10) -> A10: Time Trap (Ch.1-Epilogue 1)->The Dweller Report -> Tentacles-> L4: Legacy of Evil (Ch. 6) -> Brothers in Arms (Ch. 1-Ch. 4 pt. 1)

Classic Era: C1: Tale of the Toa (Ch. 1-6) ->Mata Nui Online Game (Ch. 1-7)-> C1: Tale of the Toa (Ch. 7-10) ->Mata Nui Online Game (Ch. 8)-> C1: Tale of the Toa (Ch. 11-16) ->Mata Nui Online Game (Ch. 9)-> C2: Beware the Bohrok (Ch. 1-5) ->Bohrok Online Animations (1-2)-> C2: Beware the Bohrok (Ch. 6) ->Bohrok Online Animations (3)-> C2: Beware the Bohrok (Ch. 7-12) ->Bohrok Online Animations (4)-> C2: Beware the Bohrok (Ch. 13-15) ->Bohrok Online Animations (5-7)-> C2: Beware the Bohrok (Ch. 16) -> C3: Makuta’s Revenge (Ch. 1-3)->Bohrok-Kal Online Animations (1)-> C3: Makuta’s Revenge (Ch. 4 pt. 1) ->Bohrok-Kal Online Animations (2)-> C3: Makuta’s Revenge (Ch. 4 pt. 2-Ch. 13) ->Bohrok-Kal Online Animations (3)-> C4: Tales of the Masks ->Mata Nui Online Game II-> C5: Mask of Light ->1: Mystery of Metru Nui (Prologue -> Epilogue) -> A2: Trial by Fire (Prologue -> Epilogue) -> A3: The Darkness Below (Prologue -> Epilogue) -> A4: Legends of Metru Nui (Prologue -> Epilogue) -> A5: Voyage of Fear (Prologue -> Epilogue) -> A6: Maze of Shadows (Prologue -> Epilogue) -> A7: Web of the Visorak (Prologue -> Epilogue) -> A8: Challenge of the Hordika (Prologue -> Epilogue) ->A9: Web of Shadows (Prologue -> Epilogue) -> A10: Time Trap (Prologue -> Epilogue 2)

Battle for Power Era:Hope-> L4: Legacy of Evil (Ch. 7) -> L1: Island of Doom -> L2: Dark Destiny -> L3: Powerplay ->VNOG (Ch. 1-7)-> L4: Legacy of Evil (Prologue -> Epilogue) -> L5: Inferno (Ch. 1-Epilogue) ->VNOG (Ch. 8-‘9’)-> L6: City of the Lost (Ch. 1-5) ->Dreams of Destruction(Ch. 1-5)-> L6: City of the Lost (Ch. 6-9) -> L7: Prisoners of the Pit ->Dreams of Destruction(Ch. 6-10)-> Into the Darkness->Toa Nuva Blog-> L8: Downfall (Ch. 1-7 -> Prologue -> Epilogue) ->The Mutran Chronicles-> L9: Shadows in the Sky -> L10: Swamp of Secrets (Prologue -> Epilogue) -> Journey of Takanuva ->The Kingdom->Dark Mirror->Federation of Fear-> L10: Swamp of Secrets (Ch. 1-5) ->Brothers in Arms (Ch. 4 pt. 2-Ch. 9)->Dwellers in Darkness-> L11: The Final Battle ->Destiny War->The Rising->The Truth->Reign of Shadows(Ch. 1-10)

Bara Magna Era:Secret of Certavus -> *B1: The Crossing -> B2: Raid on Vulcanus -> B3: The Legend Reborn (Prologue-Ch. 1 pt. 1 [pg. 1-9]) -> Desert of Danger ->Empire of the Skrall-> B3: The Legend Reborn (Ch. 1 pt. 2-Ch. 4) -> Challenge of Mata Nui -> The Legend Reborn (Ch. 5-Epilogue) ->Riddle of the Great Beings->Reign of Shadows(Ch. 11) -> *B4: Journey’s End (Ch. 1-Ch. 7) ->Sahmad’s Tale(Ch. 1-2) -> *B4: Journey’s End (Ch. 8-Epilogue) ->Reign of Shadows(Ch. 12)

Spherus Magna Era:Sahmad’s Tale(Ch. 3-7) ->The Powers That Be->The Yesterday Quest

*These two books were cancelled in the US, and were only released in Poland in the form of e-books. They have since been translated and can be found at the same websites as the shorts and serials.

Edited by joev14

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Is BIONICLE discontinued? ›

Despite its ending as a toyline, Bionicle's popularity has persisted and was acknowledged by Lego in its 90th anniversary poll, winning the first round.

What is BIONICLE lore based on? ›

The Bionicle story is based on an idea of an Island community named Mata Nui, which is the home of the Matorans. The island has a myth of origin, i.e. the legend of Mata Nui.

What year does BIONICLE take place? ›

2004. The 2004-2005 story is told by the Turaga to the Toa Nuva, and happened 1,000 years before the events on Mata Nui took place.

How many BIONICLE books were there? ›

Bionicle Series in Order (46 Books)
Rahi Beasts by Greg FarshteyJun-2005
Web of Shadows by Greg FarshteyAug-2005
Time Trap by Greg FarshteyOct-2005
Island of Doom by Greg FarshteyFeb-2006
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What is the rarest Lego Bionicle set? ›

List of Rarest BIONICLE Sets
  • 1.1 2001. 1.1.1 Original Tohunga Sets. ...
  • 1.2 2002. 1.2.1 8558 Cahdok and Gahdok.
  • 1.3 2003. 1.3.1 10201 Takutanuva.
  • 1.4 2004. 1.4.1 10202 Ultimate Dume.
  • 1.5 2006. 1.5.1 8626 Irnakk.
  • 1.6 2007. 1.6.1 8923 Hydraxon. ...
  • 1.7 2008. 1.7.1 8942-2 Jetrax T6 (Limited Edition) ...
  • 1.8 2009. 1.8.1 8996 Skopio XV-1.

Are Bionicles coming back 2023? ›

LEGO Bionicle returns in 2023 with 40581 BIONICLE Tahu and Takua GWP.

What is the BIONICLE controversy? ›

Controversy. After the BIONICLE toy line was released in 2001, Māori activists criticized Lego for the use of Māori words, saying that they were illegally patenting aspects of their culture for their recently released video game based on the toys.

Why does LEGO not like BIONICLE? ›

Very conflict driven. Previous LEGO themes had conflict (Space factions, Pirates vs Imperials) but the weaponry in BIONICLE is very pronounced. High specialty parts budget. BIONICLE sets are almost completely made of parts developed specially for the line, which is not the case for most other themes.

Who is the BIONICLE god? ›

Mata Nui is the God of all Bionicles.

Who is the villain in Bionicle 2005? ›

Type of Villain

Roodaka is a major antagonist who appeared in the BIONICLE series. She was also the main antagonist in the 2005 storyline and also served as one of the main protagonists in the serial story; Federation of Fear.

Who is the villain in Bionicle 2004? ›

Vahki are an antagonistic species appearing in the Bionicle series, serving as major antagonists in the 2004 storyline.

Why did Bionicle 2015 fail? ›

The Bionicle reboot failed for a few reasons, including: poor marketing, lack of interest from the target audience, and high prices for the toys.

What was the white BIONICLE called? ›

LEGO Bionicle TOA Hordika Nuju (White) #8741.

Who is the black BIONICLE? ›

Toa Mata | The BIONICLE Wiki | Fandom.

What is the tallest BIONICLE? ›

Kardas is one of the tallest BIONICLE sets ever made.

What is the rarest Lego item ever? ›

Only a handful of 14k solid gold Lego® brick pieces have ever been produced, making them the rarest and also the most expensive Lego piece ever made. A certain piece was sold for $15,000 at an online auction held in 2020.

What is the rarest Lego person? ›

14K Gold C-3PO

They made five, in fact, making this the rarest Lego minifigure ever. They weren't actually something you could buy when they were first produced; instead, they were part of a giveaway. Those lucky enough to win them have a treasure on their hands. One sold for $300,000 in 2008.

Who is the coolest BIONICLE? ›

Top Ten Lego Bionicle Characters
  1. 1 Tahu. He makes a perfect leader, for his fiery personality and he has more appearances than the other five toa. ...
  2. 2 Takanuva. Mask of Light is the most epic direct to video movie of all time.
  3. 3 Mata Nui. The best ever and is generated from sand.
  4. 4 Teridax. ...
  5. 5 Lewa.
  6. 6 Zaktan.
  7. 7 Onua.
  8. 8 Pridak.

Why do bionicles wear masks? ›

Without them, your strength is halved." Kanohi are masks worn by many inhabitants of the Matoran Universe. Many Kanohi grant their wearers powers, and some species must wear masks to function at full capacity.

Why did Hero Factory replace BIONICLE? ›

Hero Factory is designed to appeal to a more flexible audience than BIONICLE; while BIONICLE was more focused on story and much darker, appealing to the age group of 9- to 16-year-olds, Hero Factory is much lighter and more humorous, intended to appeal to a far wider age demographic.

When was the last BIONICLE set made? ›

BIONICLE initially ran for ten years before being discontinued in 2010. It was revived in 2015 for a two year run, being discontinued again in 2016. Each release is categorized by year, and followed LEGO's typical product release cycles: one release at the beginning of the year, and one in the summer.

Which BIONICLE died? ›

However, the Toa were too late to save Mata Nui; the Ignika turned dark, symbolising his death. The universe began to flood, but Mata Nui was resurrected by Matoro, using the Ignika in the Universe Core. However, this killed Matoro in the process.

Who is the red BIONICLE? ›

When I first saw Lego Bionicle Toa Super Nuva Tahu (RED) #8572, I was immediately impressed by his stunning figure and abilities. Unlike his set from 2001, Tahu Nuva uses both his arms to attack incoming enemies with his large swords.

Who are the villains in 2001 BIONICLE? ›

The Rahi Nui is the antagonist that introduced near the end of the 2001 storyline of BIONICLE. It is a chimera-like Rahi that was created by Makuta Teridax before it was handed to the Dark Hunters to hunt down the Toa in exchange of hiring both the agents, Nidhiki and Krekka as part of Teridax's plan.

Is LEGO becoming less popular? ›

Consumer sales grew at strong levels in 2021. Brought LEGO® play to more children around the world. Consumer sales grew 22 percent for the full year vs 2020.

Who is LEGO's biggest competitor? ›

LEGO's competitors and similar companies include Mattel, Hasbro, Bandai Namco and Brinquedos Estrela. LEGO is a company that develops, produces, markets, and sells play materials. Mattel is a children's entertainment company that specializes in the design and production of toys and consumer products.

What gender is Matoran? ›

The various Matoran types are typically limited to one gender; Matoran of Water, Lightning, and Psionics are the only known female types, while the other types are male.

What happened to Toa Nuva? ›

After the Mask of Light saga, the Toa Nuva moved to Comic Land, where they were hired by various comic makers, the final one being Dark709. But when he started his version 3.0 comics, the Toa Nuva were fired. They moved to Metru Nui, where they got a task of retrieving the Mask of Life, which was on Voya Nui.

Who are the great beings in BIONICLE? ›

The Great Beings are members of the Glatorian species who once hailed from the tribes of Spherus Magna. They looked past their tribal affiliations and were united in their desire to build, study, and invent.

What is the strongest toa in BIONICLE? ›

The Toa Nuva are the Toa Mata transformed by Energized Protodermis, and the six most powerful Toa in the history of the Matoran Universe.

Do bionicles have genders? ›

No being in the BIONICLE universe has reproductive systems; gender differences are purely psychological. (Most of the Ga-Matoran are considered female, while other Matoran are considered male.)

What does Nui mean in BIONICLE? ›

Nui (NOO-ee) The prefix and suffix meaning "Great" A suffix which connotes fusions formed through the union of six individuals.

Who was the first Toa in BIONICLE? ›

For this contest I decided to make a very special character of the Bionicle universe: Helryx, the first Toa, who created and lead the Order of Mata Nui, helped construct Metru Nui and was present when the Toa Mata were made.

Was nidhiki a Toa? ›

Nidhiki was a Le-Matoran native to the Tren Krom Peninsula and later became the Toa Mangai of Air. He defected to the Dark Hunters during the Toa-Dark Hunter War and was mutated into a large insectoid being. He was later killed when he was absorbed into Makuta Teridax's essence.

What does Toa mean in BIONICLE? ›

Toa were a race of biomechanical beings portrayed as heroes in BIONICLE. Each Toa possessed an elemental-based ability, along with wearing powerful masks known as Kanohi, which enhanced their abilities further. Each Toa had a specific destiny that they had to try to fulfill in their lifetime.

What is the Bionicle motto? ›

"United in duty. Bound in Destiny. This is the way of the BIONICLE."

What is the Bionicle slogan? ›

Trust in the mask; let it be your guide. Unity, Duty, Destiny! New legends awake, but old lessons must be remembered. This is the way of the Bionicle.

What was the best year for BIONICLE? ›

Go up to any hardcore BIONICLE fan and ask them what the best year of the run was. Chances are, they'll say 2001, 2002, or 2003. Truth be told, 2001 was a perfect year. There are way too many good things about it to list, but I'll try my best to summarize it.

Who created the Toa? ›

Artakha created six Toa, the Toa Mata, at the Great Beings' behest. The Toa were tasked with awakening the Great Spirit Mata Nui if he were incapacitated. The Order of Mata Nui trained the Toa Mata, and later the Toa entered the Codrex to wait in stasis until they were needed.

What is BIONICLE short for? ›

"Bionicle" is a portmanteau constructed from the words "biological" and "chronicle", which is also actually derived from the word "bionics". The concept is similar to Lego Group's earlier themes, Slizers/Throwbots and RoboRiders in that each of those lines had characters based on classical elements.

What is the golden Mask called in BIONICLE? ›

The Golden Kanohi were powerful and mysterious Kanohi that contained the powers of six Great Masks: the Hau, Kakama, Kaukau, Pakari, Miru, and Akaku.

How long do Bionicles live? ›

Theoretically, given the capacity for organic regeneration displayed by Toa, as well as the existence of the Red Star, the Matoran lifespan could be much greater than 100,000 years.

How tall is a Toa? ›

A Toa's height is estimated to be 1.6 bio (7.2 feet or 2.19 meters). There is 1,000 bio in a kio, and 1,000,000 bio in a mio.

What species are BIONICLE? ›

  • 1.1 Matoran/Toa/Turaga.
  • 1.2 Makuta.
  • 1.3 Skakdi.
  • 1.4 Vortixx.
  • 1.5 Zyglak.

Why do Lego fans hate BIONICLE? ›

Very conflict driven. Previous LEGO themes had conflict (Space factions, Pirates vs Imperials) but the weaponry in BIONICLE is very pronounced. High specialty parts budget. BIONICLE sets are almost completely made of parts developed specially for the line, which is not the case for most other themes.

When was the last BIONICLE? ›

BIONICLE initially ran for ten years before being discontinued in 2010. It was revived in 2015 for a two year run, being discontinued again in 2016.

What is equivalent to BIONICLE? ›

Think of Kreo as the standard Lego equivalent, and the constructobots are Lego Bionicle equivalent.

Why are LEGO techniques illegal? ›

Some builders also call a technique illegal when there is no connection between the pieces. This is because if the model was touched, everything would fall apart. Some see this as cheating, as LEGO building is all about interlocking pieces.

Is LEGO everyone is awesome Lgbtq? ›

The "Everyone is Awesome" set is the first set dedicated to the LGBT community in the Lego Company's 72-year history. It comes at a time as the toy industry is releasing products aimed towards more inclusivity. The set was designed by vice president of design Matthew Ashton, initially for his own desk.

Who is the villain in the original BIONICLE? ›

Lee Tockar as the Makuta, the main antagonist; Takutanuva, a being created from the merging of Takanuva and Makuta; and Pewku, Jaller's pet racing crab.

What is the strongest Toa in BIONICLE? ›

The Toa Nuva are the Toa Mata transformed by Energized Protodermis, and the six most powerful Toa in the history of the Matoran Universe.


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