What do you do when you’ve just bought your first home? Fill it up with an insane LEGO BIONICLE collection, obvs.
Redditor Flash_D3ath shared images of their incredible assortment of constraction figures, which covers both generations of the beloved theme. In fact, they’re apparently missing just 15 small promotional sets. Otherwise, this is as complete a BIONICLE collection as you’ll see.
From classics like 8534 Tahu and 8558 Cahdok and Gahdok to the more recent 71312 Ekimu the Mask Maker and 71316 Umarak the Destroyer, these fit-to-bursting shelves are any ’90s child’s dream. This BIONICLE superfan even has the weird minifigure playsets that debuted in 2005, like 8759 Battle of Metru Nui.
As someone who grew up with BIONICLE in the early 2000s, I don’t really want to admit how long I’ve spent staring at these images. This is everything eight-year-old-me dreamed of – a real-life game of Where’s Wally: BIONICLE edition. This anonymous redditor and I even have the same first set in 8534 Tahu, complete with its red canister.
Apparently, though, our LEGO lives have gone in very different directions since then. And at the moment, my inner child says they are very much winning. If you need me, then, I’ll be spending my afternoon on eBay, for reasons totally unrelated to this post.