Alright, after reading these comments, I took the liberty into incorporating some ideas into the MOC. After having her for so long, I lost track into what the character actually was. She is meant to be an assassin and not necessarily a model.
I especially wanted to convey that she was once a stone cold killer with swift cat-like movements and the ability to produce high-energy blasts. This is what the trans-orange system pieces on her hands convey. I also made her color scheme and overall aesthetic much more concise, being mainly only one shade of blue now and having Metru limbs. The use of Metru limbs I feel makes sense in this case as she has the genetic information of Toa Metru Nokama as a base. I still wanted to keep the CCBS on her upper thigh to give her legs that rounded shape typical of many females. I like torso design as it is, it is very unique and I feel it gives her a agile, feminine vibe without over-sexualizing or making her look anorexic. That was the main complaint I had when I first built her. I also incorporated more silver, particularly in her neural cord and took out the red. The red was proving to be very distracting, despite the fact that it is my favorite color.
Her upper arms were very tricky as many armor options would restrict movement and pose-ability which I did not want. So I went for two light trans-blue system rods. These one, serve in the story as her veins or vein markings which light up when she is using her powers, and two, do not bulk up the arms too much and, three, do not restrict movement.
Now I want to address some comments because I believe some of her design in regards to her story premise is a bit misunderstood.
@Toa_Vladin This sounds a bit offensive to me and I see this a lot with other female MOCs. Women come in a huge variety of body shapes. I would seriously consider that you go out and actually pay attention to what real people look like before you make such generalizations. What does a woman have to look like exactly? Also, I really would not be critiquing a MOC when you have not even tried these builds before and most of your other MOCs are BASIC CCBS MODELS that take really no time to complete. Before you critique anybody, if I were you, I would first work on your own MOCs, because these just seem like some generic Hero Factory sets/Bionicle 2015 sets and not something that looks like you put in any thought into. Also, I don't see any female builds coming from you. What really turns me off about a person is if they have this "do as I say, not as I do" type attitude, especially if you are going to come off so harsh like this. I suggest you buy yourself some parts and work on your own MOCs before you start critiquing. And no, I don't really accept your apology; it doesn't sound genuine and it only sounds like you are sorry you got caught.
Ok, now that I got that off my chest;
@Likus Trying to keep this PG-13 at most so no thanks lol.
@Risebell I did this mostly but I feel like sometimes using an element is necessary in order to achieve a certain look/aesthetic. But I agree, the MOC before I modified her was looking offputting with complex torso and simple arms.
I'm a very busy man guys. I only have time to come on here and post on here only once in a blue moon as well as make subtle tweaks here and there to my MOCs if I see fit. That and the vision that I wanted for this MOC was blurry at the time. I appreciate the nice constructive criticism I did get though. It really helped in making this MOC look more concise and making it look more on how I wanted to look.
Edited post to abide by board rules- Prentice1215