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!:
Google translates the Russian/...
Looks like you have a portion of 8998-1 Toa Mata Nui.
This set is sometimes called "Titan Mata Nui" among fans, to better distinguish this "Titan" set from the regular "Mata Nui" set, which is how the character Toa Mata Nui actually appears in BIONICLE media.
The transparent green piece does not go to it though, and I'm not ...
Those appear to be Bionicle figures, a theme that was active from 2001 to 2009 (and making a comeback in 2015, I hear). The line focused on buildable "action figures" (aka "constraction figures").
See here: http://brickset.com/sets/theme-Bionicle
I heard a similar question about old cars and how one owner had a hood made of steel and another . . . same make, same model, same year . . . had an aluminum hood. The answer as to why was simple . . . it's the metal the manufacturer had at the time. My guess is once the molding machines are loaded with a color they keep using it until it runs out. Some of ...
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 ...
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:
This axle hole in his hand appear rotated 45 degrees off the LEGO piece that looks like this.
I've never seen a LEGO piece that ...
The socket joints from around 2008-2010 were poorly designed. They were both too thin and too tight, so cracking was a very common problem.
Because the issue is the shape of the part, super glue doesn't do much. I tested it out on of my broken joints and the parts cracked again the first time I connected it. So don't bother with that.
What may help is ...
The yellow one is the Glatorian-era Mata Nui, the red one with the staff is a Toa Nuva-era Rahkshi (Turahk, to be specific), and the green spider-thing is a Toa Hordika-era Visorak (Keelerak) that has been placed upside-down.
The other four are Metru Nui Matoran, without their masks; the lighting makes it hard to tell what elements they correspond to, but ...
As it turns out, a Rahkshi store display tube does exist and was recently re-discovered.
The following display tubes are known to exist.
2002 Rahkshi Panrahk
2003 Tahu Nuva
2005 Hordika Vakama
2005 Visorak Keelerak
2006 Inika Jaller
2006 Piraka Hakann
2006 Piraka Vezok
2007 Barraki Kalmah
2007 Mahri Nuparu
2008 Mistaka Lewa
2008 Mistaka Lewa ...
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.
These are indeed Bionicles
Green: 1418: Matau
Blue: 8543-1: Nokama
Red: 8540: Vakama
I think the last one is 8542: Onewa, with the mask of 8545-1: Whenua
more information on the Bionicles theme and the story line from Brickipedia
the Turega have a page on the Bionicle Wiki
While only LEGO themselves can answer this question, there is a proposal for a 20 years of bionicle set on LEGO ideas that had achieved 10,000 votes and is currently under review. Depending on the outcome of the review process, it may become an officail LEGO set in a few month.
There aren't many sets with big Bionicle part variety. I'm not sure what you are looking for. If you need specific parts I suggest to look for them on Bricklink. If you need to increase your Bionicle parts collection it might be better to look for local sales as Bionicle/Hero Factory are usually quite cheap.
Super-glue? Nope, no super-gluing if LEGO has anything to say about it.
This is probably a duplicate question, but if you contact LEGO directly, they will replace the part for free. Follow this older post for details.
The two Bionicles on the right are for sure a mix of different parts from different sets, and, without seeing much close-up details, it will be very difficult to tell you which original sets the parts came from. The white piece on the foreground is part of an Exo Force set from 2006 called 7700 Stealth Hunter (https://www.bricklink.com/v2/catalog/catalogitem....
Those joints are based solely on friction, which comes from:
the "bite" of the socket - how rigid the containing socket is
the rigidity = non-elasticity of the ball
the shape of the ball
the relative friction between the two surfaces
The old plastic gets weaker with time, which rules out fixing the first two causes.
The shape of the ball would be pretty ...
A friend in the BIONICLE department says:
Somewhere like 20, a lot more than I expected. We haven't really made anything new that I know of. The last one I remember was Mata Nui, and really Hero Factory heralded an age of models too big to display for a reasonable price. They're sorta like the special dolls that come in the clear-plastic boxes. You can't ...
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 ...