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If anybody could tell me what BIONICLE this is I’d greatly appreciate it, it’s driving me mad! 😡

My answer totally springboards off of Alexander "Hawk-Eyes" O'Mara's astute observation of its suspected authenticity. Nice job Alex.

I looked up BIONICLE knock-offs and got a video that named the brand as "конструктор последний воин", then Google Image searched that phrase for a pic of our Greenie Meanie, and Voila!:

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Google translates the Russian/Mongolian to:

  • "конструктор последний воин":

    "Builder of the Last Warrior".

  • And this guy is named "ЛИЗОРД":

    "Lizord" or Lizard.

  • The toy maker is, "1Toy Растем вместе!":

    "1Toy Growing Together!".

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There seems to be an entire, Builder of the Last Warrior line, with at least one dedicated community called RUSBIONICLE.

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    Impressive investigative work! I gave up after a Google image search yielded no results. – Alexander O'Mara Sep 29 at 21:29
  • Thanks heaps Rin and Alexander! This was kinda surprising, but I was starting to suspect it may have been a knockoff. It just seemed like LEGO quality. Cheers 🍻 – Jai Sep 30 at 2:25
  • Thank you for this! This question was keeping me up last night, and I just couldn't find a match. I started suspecting it was a clone, but I'm not familiar with clones for Bionicle sets. Great work by both you and Alexander! – TheBrickBlogger Sep 30 at 19:23

It's not a BIONICLE set or a LEGO set. The pins and axles aren't right for an official LEGO set, so I think this is some random BIONICLE-look-alike set by another brand.

LEGO pins would have a round center, not a flat one:

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This axle hole in his hand appear rotated 45 degrees off the LEGO piece that looks like this.

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I've never seen a LEGO piece that looked like this:

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