This is an archive for previous Featured Articles of the Month.
- November 1 - November 30, 2010
Nogans are a species originating from the island of Nogah, named for their deity, Great Being Noghah. They were originally a religious, peaceful race with limited technology. But a history of plague, relocation, and mistreatment by the Toa (which led to two Massacres, one on the Nogah Islets and the second in Mi-Kiri), led to a cynical, bitter community comprised of only a dozen or more surviving Nogans in Aensetr Derrum. Their future looks bleak, with divisions among their own and an Administration embroiled in civil war, unable to provide them with the aid it promised.
:...Read more about the Nogans
- December 1, 2010 - January 11, 2011
:Bionicle Kingdoms was a series of TBRPGs created by the late Beliwa: Toa of Demons. It began after placing second in the second RPG contest, but was later canceled by the creator, presumably because it was taking time from his personal life.
BK took place in the future of the Bionicle world. Originally it spanned across four "Kingdoms", Metru Nui, Mata Nui, Voya Nui, and the Dark Hunter island (Odina), but in later installments new islands appeared, including Karzahni, Zakaz, Xia, Destral, and Stelt.
Bionicle Kingdoms later re-entered the RPG contests with two consecutive sequels, BK: Downfall, and BK: Redemption.
A while after, in memory of the then recently deceased Beliwa, a fourth installment was created, Bionicle Kingdoms: Requiem. It did not have any time limit, similar to the BZPRPG, and continued until the story was finished.
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- January 11, 2011 - February 11, 2011
The NBZP is the new storyline and continuity for the BZPRPG, announced at the beginning of November 2010 and scheduled to begin mid-January 2011. So far, what is known about the new world of NBZP can be found in the following Q&A topic. New articles as the NBZP begins will be given the NBZP notation rather than the old BZPRPG notation, to indicate their independence from the old continuity.
...Read more about the NBZP