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The set in question is 8562 Gahlok. It's missing the legs and parts of its head.
You will find most LEGO pieces, including those that are specific to the Bionicle theme on Peeron. For example here are your particular mentions: Technic Bionicle Weapon Flame Sword 2 x 12 Technic Bionicle Weapon Blade 12L Technic Bionicle Toa Inika Zamor Sphere Magazine Technic Bionicle Weapon Midak Skyblaster with Black Housing Technic Bionicle Rhotuka ...
Bricklink indicates that this is the "Bionicle Toa Nuva Leg Section."
Every LEGO brick has an ID printed somewhere on it. Grab the ID from any piece and then head over to http://brickset.com, then do a search (top right) and select "parts" from the dropdown list. This will show you all the sets that part is used in and you can go from there.
I'm not sure why you say "are nowhere to be found around here" - perhaps you mean Brick & Mortar stores? Both these Bionicle sets are available from the Norwegian shop.lego.com site:
Adding to zovits' answer, you also appear to have a Part 44136 attached to the Part 44139.
These are Bionicle parts, specifically the back spine of the 8588-1 Rahkshi Kurahk. The individual parts are: http://brickset.com/parts/design-44140 http://brickset.com/parts/design-44139
Bionicle sets don't actually make as many new pieces as they did. Typically, new pieces are weapons or heads, and LEGO company is already cool with green-lighting those. (They're sorta important.) Gen 1 Bionicles did, admittedly, have a lot of new pieces, but Gen 2 sets, you will frequently find, try to recycle concepts and pieces, just in different ...
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