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Kolhii Ball

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"A sphere made of lightweight airstone bound in steel used in the sport of Kolhii."
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Kolhii Ball
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The Kolhii Ball as it appeared in the Mata Nui Online Game
Object
Users Matoran of Mata Nui
Function Play Kolhii
Status In use
Location Mata Nui
Pronunciation KOAL-lee


A CGI Kolhii Ball
A Kolhii Ball, as seen in Mask of Light
The puck from the 2003 sets.

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were later redesigned as smaller spherical objects made of lightweight airstone bound in steel, and were used to play a newer version of the sport.

History

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.

Before the Kolhii Tournament, Hahli improved her strength by using the Ta-Matoran technique of throwing Kolhii Balls at stone pillars in an attempt to knock them over.

The original set version of the Kolhii Ball

Set Information

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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