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The set in question is 8562 Gahlok. It's missing the legs and parts of its head.


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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 ...


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Bricklink indicates that this is the "Bionicle Toa Nuva Leg Section."


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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.


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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:


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Adding to zovits' answer, you also appear to have a Part 44136 attached to the Part 44139.


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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


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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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