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[[caption-width-right:350:[[FinalBattle Ten years of stories has led to this moment]].]]
Exactly how does [[Toys/{{Bionicle}} a line of action figures]] [[BuiltWithLego owned by]] {{Lego}} manage [[LongRunners to last for 10 Years]]? By being having SugarWiki/AwesomeMoments like these, that's how. Not only did it save Lego from bankruptcy but so much more. They could’ve just made six or so buildable action figures and have a simple story of good and evil but no! Well written characters, incredible battles, ancient secrets around the corner,amazing creatures, great bad guys including the villain to end all villains, all in a multiverse of endless creative possibilities!
{{Spoiler}}s ahead.
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[[folder: 2001: Quest for the Masks ]]

* The Lewa vs. Onua battle, particularly as it's portrayed in the Mata Nui Online Game.
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oAbBJcJCNRM Toa Kaita fight the Manas]]
* The Toa Mata fight Teridax in the ''Mata Nui Online Game''.
** Not to mention the speech Vakama gives Takua after that climax of said game. The music that starts swelling as he begins to talk is especially impactful to the tone of the epilogue.
* The Toa vs their evil Shadow Duplicates. There are two conflicting canons as to how this fight went down. One had the Toa accept that darkness is a part of them and simply absorb their duplicates. The other featured a truly epic round of opponent switching.
** In that second version, special credit must be given to Kopaka, who was the only one of the Toa to defeat his shadow solo... only for the defeated duplicate to multiply into an army of Kopakas. Still better than the other Toa were doing.

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[[folder: 2002: The Bohrok Swarms ]]

* The Exo-Toa. Giant autonomous suits of armor. That is all.
* Prior to that, Onua talking Lewa into ripping the mind-controlling krana off of himself.
** Lewa then uses the psychic remnants of the mind control to help defeat the threat.
* Kopaka freezing a lava flow and Lewa figuring out how to get past an unsmashable wall: [[spoiler: There is nothing that Onua and Pohatu can't break. Therefore, since they can't break the wall, it must not exist. As soon as its nature as an illusion is revealed, the wall vanishes.]]
* During the battle with Cahdok and Gahdok, Gahdok figures out that Gali's weakness is intense heat and proceeds to start giving her heatstroke via continuous blasts of fire. Tahu takes one look at this and simply steps in between them, absorbing the fire with no problem whatsoever and allowing Gali to recover while he singlehandedly holds Gahdok off.

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[[folder: 2003: The Bohrok-Kal Strike / The Mask of Light ]]

* Tahu leading an entire army of Bohrok to do battle with the Nuhvok-Kal. Sure, it ends up backfiring on him, but it was awesome nonetheless.
* [[WhatTheHellHero Following the above thing, Jaller, of all people, starts shouting at Tahu that he has no right to act recklessly and get himself killed because the Matoran depend upon him for their protection]]. It's especially noteworthy since Jaller had spent all of their interactions up to this looking up to Tahu and showing him nothing but the utmost respect. Even better, Tahu actually ''listens'' and apologizes for his actions.
* Kopaka, Gahli and Lewa attempt to use their Kaita form (as demonstrated above) against the Bohrok-Kal. The Bohrok-Kal respond by forming their own CombiningMecha and effortlessly defeating them.
* The Bohrok-Kal get one for so effortlessly using the Toa Nuva's overconfidence to steal their elemental powers and hand them the worst beatdown they received in the entire series.
* When the Bohrok-Kal are about to win, Tahu breaks out his secret weapon: the Kanohi Vahi, a mask that lets him STOP TIME [[DangerousForbiddenTechnique and could potentially destroy the Matoran Universe if he loses control of it]]. There's the GodzillaThreshold and then there's that...
* From the first movie: The Rahkshi have so far spent their time sinking the village of Ta-Koro (which is a floating rock fortress in the middle of a volcano!). When Takua and Jaller meet up with Kopaka, Toa of Ice, the Rahkshi appear and flings Kopaka down a mountain/glacier by use of a friggin' disintegration beam. Takua, who the Rahkshi were following, grabs the Mask of Light they're after and tries to cross a small lake by using Kopaka's shield as a raft. The Rahkshi can fly, so that doesn't work out too well. But what does Kopaka do the moment he wakes up? He utterly wrecks their shit. An initial blast of his ice power sends all three Rahkshi tumbling into the water, and then a quick stab with his sword freezes the entire lake solid. "Washed and chilled" indeed.
** Let me clarify: Kopaka took down three beings who repeatedly wiped the floor with his team in one shot.
** Made even better with extended comic canon. After Ta-Koro, three Rahkshi took down Tahu, Gali and Lewa and trapped Onua and Pohatu in a cave full of krana. Kopaka then finds himself facing all six, taking down two solo before backup arrives.
* "[[LargeHam WELCOME TO ONU-KORO!]]"
* Near the end, the six Rahkshi have Takua and Jaller surrounded only for the six Toa to show up to fight them. Before this point only Kopaka has been able to slow them down while all the others have been curbstomped no matter if they outnumbered them or not. Six vs six and it's completely in the Toa's favor.
* There's also [[spoiler: Jaller's HeroicSacrifice]] in TheMovie when Takua is under attack by Rahkshi Turahk. He does so by [[spoiler: literally clinging onto his staff and absorbing all the fear energy from his attack]]. Nothing says brave like [[spoiler: hanging on as pure fear is being pumped into you]].
** Even more Awesome is when the [[spoiler: Takanuva-Makuta hybrid being resurrects Jaller from just his mask. The mask