- In the time before time, the Great Spirit descended from the heavens, carrying we, the ones called the Matoran, to this island paradise. We were separate and without purpose, so the Great Spirit blessed us with the three virtues: unity, duty, and destiny. We embraced these gifts and, in gratitude, we named our island home Mata Nui, after the Great Spirit himself.
But our happiness was not to last. Mata Nui's brother, Makuta, was jealous of these honors and betrayed him. Makuta cast a spell over Mata Nui, who fell into a deep slumber. Makuta's power dominated the land, as fields withered away, sunlight grew cold, and ancient values were forgotten.
Still, all hope was not lost. Legends told of six mighty heroes, the Toa, who would arrive to save Mata Nui. Time would reveal that these were not simply myths — for the Toa did appear on the shores of the island. They arrive with no memory, no knowledge of one another — but they pledged to defend Mata Nui and its people against the darkness. Tahu, Toa of Fire. Onua, Toa of Earth. Gali, Toa of Water. Lewa, Toa of Air. Pohatu, Toa of Stone. And Kopaka, Toa of Ice. Great warriors with great power, drawn from the very elements themselves. Together, they were six heroes with one destiny: to defeat Makuta and save Mata Nui.
This is their story."United in duty. Bound in Destiny. This is the way of the BIONICLE."—Vakama, Legends of Metru Nui"All journeys must come to an end, but this time, there is a new beginning as well. There will be challenges to face and enemies to fight, but I know you will overcome. All that has gone before, my friends, has only served to give birth to this new day. Let unity, duty and destiny be your guides. Be well, be strong, care for this world and for each other. Farewell."—Mata Nui, Journey's End"There are a thousand ways I could destroy you right now. And 941 of them hurt."—Teridax, Time Trap"Maybe a Toa isn't someone who has no fear-but someone who conquers their fear."—Vakama's thoughts, Time TrapOn Mata Nui, I learned that no one stood alone.
On Metru Nui, I learned that actions, not fate, defined a hero.
On Voya Nui, I learned what it means to be determined, to face your fears.
On Mahri Nui, I learned what sacrifice truly means.
On Karda Nui, I learned to never give up, even in the Darkest Hour.
On Bara Magna, I learned that anyone, anywhere, can be a hero.
United in Duty, Bound in Destiny.
That is the way of the Bionicle.
Quotes / BIONICLE