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There is a diversity of BIONICLE combiner sets (sets made by combining multiple individual sets together) for various groups including Toa, Matoran, Bohrok, Rahkshi, Dark Hunters, and a number of Rahi species, listed here. They're encountered in the physical sets, in the comics and even in some of the movies.

Instructions for building some of these combiner sets can be found in the manuals for each of the individual sets used in making them. Which combiner sets are these?

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Some of the "combiner sets" referenced in the wiki link above are in fact alternative builds. I don't think these should be counted... unless LEGO made instructions to build them, which I highly doubt. –  BoltClock Nov 9 '11 at 4:21
    
Should this include non-bionicle sets too? –  Pubby Nov 11 '11 at 2:20
    
@Pubby8: If there are official instructions for combining with non-BIONICLE sets, I suppose they're fine. –  BoltClock Nov 11 '11 at 3:49
    
I added in ThrowBot combiners. I don't know how to format it correctly. –  Pubby Nov 11 '11 at 4:42
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@Pubby8 Yea ThrowBots and Hero Factory are outside the straight up Bionicle storyline –  RedRiderX Nov 12 '11 at 0:05

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This can be the format we use for a community wiki

"official" name:
Set(s) Release Date:
Set(s) required:
Model Picture:
Link to instructions:

"official" name: Akamai
Set(s) Release Date: 2001~
Set(s) required: Tahu, Onua, and Pohatu(8531)
Model Picture:

Akamai
Link to instructions: n/a

"official" name: Wairuha
Set(s) Release Date: 2001
Set(s) required: Gali(8533), Kopaka(8536), and Lewa(8535)
Model Picture:

Wairuha
Link to instructions: N/A

"official" name: Mata Nui Cow
Set(s) Release Date: 2001
Set(s) required: Pohatu(8531) and Gali(8533)
Model Picture:

Mata Nui Cow

Link to instructions: http://www.bzpower.com/Imaging/stories/mukau_instructions.jpg

"official" name: Mata Nui Fishing Bird
Set(s) Release Date: 2002
Set(s) required: Kohrak Va(8551) and Nuhvok Va(8555)
Model Picture:

Mata Nui Fishing Bird
Link to instructions: http://club.lego.com/en-us/BuildIt/BuildingInstructions/fishing.aspx (link now dead)

"official" name: Bohrok Va Kaita 1
Set(s) Release Date: 2001
Set(s) required: Gahlok Va(8550), Kohrak Va(8551) and Lehvak Va(8552)
Model Picture:

Bohrok Va Kaita 1
Link to instructions: n/a

"official" name: Bohrok Va Kaita 2
Set(s) Release Date: 2001
Set(s) required: Pahrak Va(8553), Tahnok Va(8554) and Nuhvok Va(8555)
Model Picture:

Bohrok Va Kaita 2
Link to instructions: n/a

"official" name: Bohrok Kaita Ja
Set(s) Release Date: 2002~
Set(s) required: Lehvak(8564), Kohrak(8565), and Gahlok(8562)
Model Picture:

Bohrok Kaita Ja
Link to instructions: N/A

"official" name: Bohrok Kaita Za
Set(s) Release Date: 2002~
Set(s) required: Bohrok(8561), Tahnok(8563), and Pahrak(8560)
Model Picture:

Bohrok Kaita Za
Link to instructions:

"official" name: Wairuha Nuva
Set(s) Release Date: 2003~
Set(s) required: Gali Nuva(8570), Lewa Nuva(8567), and Kopaka Nuva(8571)
Model Picture:

Wairuha Nuva
Link to instructions: N/A

"official" name: Akamai Nuva
Set(s) Release Date: 2003~
Set(s) required: Tahu Nuva(8572), Onua Nuva(8566), and Pohatu Nuva(8568)
Model Picture:

Akamai Nuva
Link to instructions: n/a

"official" name: Bohrok Kaita Ja-Kal
Set(s) Release Date: 2003~
Set(s) required: Lehvak-Kal, Kohrak-Kal, and Gahlok-Kal
Model Picture:

Bohrok Kaita Ja-Kal
Link to instructions: N/A

"official" name: Rahkshi Kaita Za
Set(s) Release Date: 2003~
Set(s) required: Turahk(8592), Lerahk(8589) and Kurahk(8588)
Model Picture:

Rahkshi Kaita Za
Link to instructions: N/A

"official" name: Rahkshi Kaita Vo
Set(s) Release Date: 2003~
Set(s) required: Panrahk(8587), Guurahk(8590) and Vorahk(8591)
Model Picture:

Rahkshi Kaita Vo
Link to instructions: N/A

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That's pretty well the extent of my knowledge and instructions, so if anyone knows of any more models, be sure to add them, even if your knowledge isn't complete. –  RedRiderX Nov 18 '11 at 0:10

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