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Comic 12: Absolute Power
Comic Information
Alternate title{{{2}}}
WriterGreg Farshtey
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Letterer{{{6}}}
SeriesBIONICLE: Volume I
ReleasedMay 2003
Number in series12
Previous comicComic 11: A Matter of Time...
Next ComicComic 13: Rise of the Rahkshi!

Absolute Power is the twelfth BIONICLE comic, and shows the defeat of the Bohrok-Kal at the hands of the Toa Nuva.

PlotEdit

Tahu uses the Vahi and slow down time around the Bohrok-Kal at the last possible moment. It appears to work momentarily but the Bohrok-Kal's Krana-Kal turn silver and project a force field, as they are so close to success, apparently leaving the Toa with no way to stop them. Onua tests the force field by throwing a rock at it, but it does no damage. Gali tells the other that if they have a mental link to their symbols, they can pool their willpower to contact the symbols, so the Toa Nuva reach out mentally to their Nuva Symbols, feeding elemental power to the Kal.

The Bohrok Kal's own powers increase and they pause, thinking they could rule alongside the Bahrag and clear Mata Nui themselves without the other Bohrok. But the Kal's powers go out of control, and each is destroyed by their own powers; Nuhvok-Kal's gravity power turns him into a black hole. Pahrak-Kal's plasma melts its armor. Gahlok-Kal is crushed by pieces of the Exo-Toa that are pulled by its magnetic power. Lehvak-Kal is blasted through the cavern and sent into space by its vacuum power. Tahnok-Kal's moving parts are fused by lightning. Kohrak-Kal is disintegrated by intense sound waves.

Meanwhile, Teridax has regained his strength, and now releases three Rahkshi to find the Mask of Light.

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