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Mata Nui (island)

A thousand years ago the island of Mata Nui was barren stone cliff, located above the underground city Meter Nui. During the Great Cataclysm of the earth poured out energy protodermis and caused rapid growth of vegetation. As was the prediction that such growth can occur beneath the island were built in advance of the Borochov nest. to clean it, it’s just not necessary in the presence of its life. At the same time on the island began to migrate, However, mostly from the Meter Nui.

After the Cataclysm Meter Toa were forced to evacuate from the ruins of Motornov Meter Nui. Paving the way to the surface, they found a tropical island that was habitable. They named it “Mata Nui” in honor of the Great spirit. and each Toa chose a place where he wanted to settle his comrades of Motornov. Toa steel Muragami and headed motornov built in the villages.

By agreement of Vakama Toa with Makuta Nui Meter. Matoran on the island received one year of peace. After this, the Makuta started using his Kraata. to enslave the Rahi and make them attack Motornov. Matoran bravely defended their villages, but the attacks, However, hampered travel and much of the village became isolated from each other.

Then, they arrived Toa Mata, and met with the Makuta in his lair, Mangaia ; in response he awakened the hordes of Borochov and released them on the island. Continue reading

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