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|Occupation||Metru Nui: Various jobs / Chronicler|
|Kanohi||Komau (formerly), Matatu|
|Tools||Bamboo Disk, Kolhii Stick|
On Metru Nui, he worked a variety of occupations, including being a Messenger and a Chute Station Attendant. Shortly before the Great Cataclysm, he was forced into a Matoran Sphere by the Vahki, as was the rest of the Matoran populace, under the orders of Makuta Teridax, who was disguised as Turaga Dume. He was later rescued by the Toa Metru and reawakened on Naho Bay along with the rest of the Matoran who were saved.
Kopeke's size and strength both reduced as a result of his confinement in a Matoran Sphere and he lost his memories of Metru Nui as well. He assisted in the construction of Ko-Koro under Turaga Nuju, using materials from Airships used in the Great Rescue. On Mata Nui, he became a renowned Ice Carver, creating ice bridges and sculptures in honor of Kopaka.
Towards the end of the Great War, Kopeke, who monitored the North March, was frozen into a wall during a battle between the Ta-Koro Guard and infected Rahi there. When Takua, sent by the Captain of the Guard Jaller, arrived, he used a Heatstone to thaw Kopeke out. Revived, Kopeke ran away to his observation post. After Takua caught up with him, he asked Kopeke about the Ta-Koro Guard, and Kopeke told him that the Matoran had been taken by Teridax.
When Takua came to Ko-Koro for a Matoran to join his company to defend Kini-Nui, Nuju told him to take Kopeke. Kopeke agreed and his Ice carving skills came in handy as he carved a key to the Gate of Ice out of a nearby icicle. When they reached the Kini-Nui, the Matoran spoke to the Toa and began fighting Rahi that attacked the temple. Eventually, a great number of Rahi emerged. After the Ta-Koro Guard, the Ussalry, the Gukko Force, came to join the fight saving the besieged Matoran, Kopeke was seen having a conversation with Matoro.
He is a champion of Huai Snowball Sling, and was rebuilt after the defeat of the Bohrok-Kal. He was also chosen as goal-keeper for Ko-Koro's team in the Kolhii Tournament, though he and Matoro did not make it to the Championship. He originally wore a powerless Noble Kanohi Komau, but it was damaged in Kolhii practice. So, in honor of Turaga Nuju, he took up a powerless Noble Kanohi Matatu.
Kopeke was evacuated from Ko-Koro when the Rahkshi attacked.
Return to Metru Nui
Kopeke later helped in the construction of boats to facilitate his, and the other Matoran's, return to Metru Nui. He also helped rebuild the city which had suffered damage in the past millennium. After Hahli became a Toa, Kopeke was appointed chronicler of Metru Nui and given the Chronicler's Staff.
After returning from the Pit, Hahli recounted the Toa Mahri's adventures to Kopeke, so that he could record them. Toa Mahri Kongu later approached the Ko-Matoran, and warned him not to write anything unfavorable about the deceased Matoro.
Kopeke was present at the celebration during which Teridax announced his new mastery over the universe. He later left Metru Nui and joined with a group of rebels that was made up of Tahu, Order of Mata Nui agent Johmak, the Shapeshifting Rahi Krahka, and the Dark Hunters Guardian and Lariska. While camping in the ruins of Karzahni, Kopeke witnessed Guardian being killed by Teridax by manipulation of the earth and the group was ambushed by Exo-Toa, via which Teridax informed them that they were to return to Metru Nui with their robot captors, or die. Moments later, Onua destroyed the Exo-Toa in a surprise attack. Kopeke then began traveling with Onua, Tahu, Johmak, Krahka, and Lariska to the source of Energized Protodermis on Daxia. However, this mission was abandoned, and Kopeke later returned to Metru Nui.
After Teridax's reign was ended by his death, Kopeke joined other former members of the Chronicler's Company in rescue efforts after the city was devastated by the Makuta's demise. Kopeke eventually left the universe to continue life on Spherus Magna.
In an alternate timeline, Kopeke retained his job as Chronicler, and made sure that a Wall of History was constructed in every district of the Kingdom of the Great Spirit.
Abilities and Traits
Whereas most Ko-Matoran are antisocial, Kopeke is just shy. However, other Matoran typically regard him as aloof due to his silent nature.
Kopeke has a resistance to cold, a trait he shares with other Ko-Matoran.
Kopeke was released in 2003 as one of the six small sets, containing twenty-five pieces. That year was the year the Matoran of Mata Nui had their bodies rebuilt. One could spin a gear on his back to cause the set's upper torso and arms to swing.
- The decision to make Kopeke a Chronicler was made by the fanbase in an open vote that was hosted on BZPower to choose the next Chronicler.
- BIONICLE Legends 8: Downfall
- The Kingdom (Mentioned Only)
- Reign of Shadows
- BIONICLE: Encyclopedia (Mentioned Only)
- BIONICLE: Encyclopedia Updated (Mentioned Only)
- Mata Nui Online Game (First Appearance)
- Bohrok-Kal Online Animations
- Mata Nui Online Game II: The Final Chronicle
|Current||Arktinen | Ehrye | Jaa | Jaatikko | Kantai | Kazi | Kokkan | Kopeke | Kylma | Lumi | Mazeka | Pakastaa | Talvi | Toudo|
|Transformed||Kualus | Matoro (deceased) | Nuju|
|see full list|
|Former Members||Kapura | Macku | Tamaru | Hafu | Taipu | Kopeke|
|BIONICLE Sets of 2003|
|Small||Kopeke | Matoro | Hahli | Hewkii | Hafu | Macku|
|Canister||Nuhvok-Kal | Tahnok-Kal | Kohrak-Kal | Lehvak-Kal | Pahrak-Kal | Gahlok-Kal |
Panrahk | Kurahk | Lerahk | Guurahk | Vorahk | Turahk
|Large||Jaller & Gukko | Makuta | Takanuva (Ussanui) | Takua & Pewku | Takutanuva|
|Collectible||Krana-Kal | Kraata|
|see full list|
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