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"A sphere made of lightweight airstone bound in steel used in the sport of Kolhii."
— BIONICLE: Encyclopedia
The Kolhii Ball as it appeared in the Mata Nui Online Game
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Kolhii Balls were mid-sized stone boulders used to play Kolhii. They were later redesigned as smaller spherical objects made of lightweight airstone bound in steel, and were used to play a newer version of the sport.
Kolhii Balls were first used when Onewa and Whenua created the sport. After that, the Kolhii Ball further evolved into a lightweight stone that could be kicked easily. Ahkmou's Comets were of this make.
After Hewkii saved Macku from a stone thrown by a Pahrak in Ga-Koro by hitting it with a Ga-Matoran fishing staff, a new version of Kolhii was developed. The Kolhii ball was remade as a smoother, smaller stone ball bound in steel, which could be picked up in the scoop of a Kolhii Stick or hit with the hammer on the other end. The original Kolhii Balls then fell out of use.
The 2001 Pohatu Mata set included a Kolhii ball made of two parts designed for other LEGO themes. As Pohatu had a gear function for his legs, he could kick the stone with his feet. Additionally, each of the Matoran sets released in 2003 came with a Kolhii Stick and a puck, which could be held in a clip on the end of the stick. Although the 2003 sets include a piece which resembles a puck, it meant to represent the newer, smaller version of the Kolhii Ball.
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