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|Rahkshi Guurahk Reviews|
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|Tools||Staff of Disintegration|
- Finally bendable limbs! The Rahkshi marked the start of the evolution of BIONICLE sets in terms of poseability which would finally ended with the Inika build.
- Has gear system, and, for once!, it doesn't hinder poseability.
- Cool staff desing.
- The build is awesome. Almost to now-a-days articulation quality.
- The shell and the spines are genious.
- The Kraata is a nice touch; it really makes the set more interesting.
- First set to use Rahkshi legs.
- The head pieces is cool, as well as how the eyes are made.
- The arms aren't bendable.
I strongly recomend the Guurahk to any BIONICLE fan. The Guurahk, and the other Rahkshi, are awesome, and are worth buying out of internet. I give it a 10/10.--Abc8920 19:57, December 9, 2009 (UTC)
- The Rahkshi were the biggest non-Titan sets until Jaller Mahri, but that's with the spines. Without the spines, the first to be bigger were the Inika (They were still slightly taller than the Piraka and the Hordika)
- The spines and the Kraata help it look menacing.
- It is also the last set until Gundunka and Takadox to actually be blue instead of dark blue
- The ends of the Staff of Disintegration look absolutely amazing
- First bendale legs
- Gear system works well
- Great poseability
- Introduction of gray into sets
- Feet seem too big and smooth
- Head is hard to get off of the hand/eyes thing that it goes on
- Having a staff instead of two sperate weapons limits poseability just a little
- It was a clone set
The Rahkshi remain some of my favorite sets ever. They were a big step forward for Bionicle. Even though they are clones, I highly recommend getting all of them, Just because they are still all so cool. Also, their Kaita are both really fun to make.
I give Guurahk, and all of the Rahkshi a 9.5/10
(My rule is: clone set=automatic -.5, except for the Bohrok Kal, in which case it gets an automatic -10)