• Best Technic Titan Figure Sets Part 2

    Compiled by Typhon. Updated 03 November 2014. Contains 6 sets.
    This list includes all my long-time favorites Technic Big Figures, from 2000 to now, be them Throwbots/Slizers, Roboriders, Bionicle, Star Wars or Hero Factory. The 2nd part of the list consists in the time of 2003-2005, with a balance of Technic pieces in the structure and torso-build with other characteristic pieces. to make unique limb sections or even detailed faces of the characters.

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8593: Makuta

16 reviews
Pieces
199
RRP
$20, £14.99
Instructions
Yes
Related sets
Included in 10201-1 3287-1 65355-1 65418-1
Bricklist notes
An overall great Titan figure, this set has both functional movement as well tons of character and personality, needed to the main antagonist of the original Bionicle series.
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8623: Krekka

5 reviews
Pieces
214
RRP
$20, £14.99
Instructions
Yes
Related sets
Included in 10202-1 65574-1
Bricklist notes
Following the basis concept of Makuta, Krekka's torso's building is based in an "Y". Differently of some sets released at that year, this had more functions than usual, being able to move the head by usage of gears or of targeting with the shoulder-mounted Kanoka launcher, for example.
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8622: Nidhiki

8 reviews
Pieces
170
RRP
$20, £14.99
Instructions
Yes
Related sets
Included in 10202-1
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Using the "Y" Body build in a simpler way, it is in the pincers and claws where the main function resides in this set. The only let down is that the upper blades move instead of of the claw itself, but in the end, they are still huge and menacing for its primary enemies, the Toa Metru.
The insect claws are almost exactly the same as the pincers, what makes Nidhiki unproportional - maybe that was the idea, after all, its looks make Nidhiki fit in the list.
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8621: Turaga Dume and Nivawk

5 reviews
Pieces
180
RRP
$20, £14.99
Instructions
Yes
Related sets
Included in 10202-1
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This is an impressive combination of teamed-up figures, the smaller Turaga Dume and the imposing Nivawk. Even though his wings are simple, the idea is great on its own.
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8811: Toa Lhikan and Kikanalo

6 reviews
Pieces
215
RRP
$30, £9.99
Instructions
Yes
Related sets
Included in 65748-1 65749-1 65750-1 65829-1
Bricklist notes
Another duo of figures, this time with larger ones. While the mount, Kikanalo, features an inventive build (that later on would be over simplified in the set Fero and Skirmix, with usage of the av-matoran limbs and body on the edges of the main structure) plus a fully poseable tail.
Like it is characteristic in sets from that times, the face of the beast is built with pieces formerly used as blades, all in creative ways that make it look like exactly what it is intended to be.
Toa Lhikan is a random Toa Metru figure, with large blades that can join to make a surfboard.
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8761: Roodaka

11 reviews
Pieces
233
RRP
$20, £14.99
Instructions
Yes
Related sets
Included in 10203-1
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Still with the "Y" Liftarm build, Roodaka has many different details, such as the feet and the body. The head was also very creative, including even a visorak paw as a "ponytail", to distinguish her from the other Bionicle figures. She is the example of a time where more pieces meant more possibilities of designing a character - she's the Bionicle/Technic regular Titan set (that generally cost USD19,99) with more pieces - 233 at total.
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