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|User(s)||Toa Hordika, Toa Mata|
|Location(s)||Metru Nui (formerly), Mata Nui (formerly), Spherus Magna|
|Functionality(ies)||Act as a key|
The Makoki Stone is a tablet detailing information about the Brotherhood of Makuta which was broken into six pieces and later functioned as keys to discovering the Kanohi Avohkii and the entrance to Mangaia.
HistoryToa who did not trust the Brotherhood, and was guarded in a Toa Fortress. Two Skakdi, Vezok and Hakann, stole it while the Toa were under siege by a tribe of Frostelus. Vezok discovered the inscription, but kept this secret to himself. Dark Hunters also planned to sneak into the island and steal the stone; when Ancient found the two Skakdi, he took the stone and recruited them into the Dark Hunters.
During the Toa/Dark Hunter War, Hakann offered the stone as a ransom for the Dark Hunters taken captive by the Toa. Lhikan agreed because his fellow Toa had given their lives to protect the stone. Six months after the prisoners' liberation, the Shadowed One stole the stone back. He then broke it into six pieces and auctioned them off one piece at a time. The Brotherhood of Makuta were the highest bidders for all six.Toa Hagah stole them from a Brotherhood fortress on the same raid during which they stole the Avohkii, but the Toa Hagah were then mutated by Roodaka. The then-mutated Rahaga used the Makoki Stones as keys to hide the Mask of Light, sending the Toa Hordika to collect them later. The former Toa Hordika, now Turaga, used the stones as the keys to open the road to Mangaia when they built the Kini-Nui on Mata Nui. When the Toa Mata brought the Stones to the Suva Kaita, the stones formed into a glowing sphere.
Once they had arrived in Mangaia, the Toa Mata recollected the Stones. They then placed three each in two niches to form demi-spheres which opened chambers in which the Toa Kaita were formed.
The stones were later taken back to Metru Nui, and eventually to Spherus Magna.
Makoki Stone Pieces
Below are the individual Makoki Stone pieces, and the respective Toa that collected them during their adventures.
- In the Matoran language, "Makoki" means "Key".
- In several visual representations, the names of the Toa Mata are written on the six pieces. For example, the inside of the cover of the EP in the Power Pack featured the names written in Matoran on the Stones.
- BIONICLE Legends 4: Legacy of Evil
- Birth of a Dark Hunter
- BIONICLE: Encyclopedia Mentioned Only)
- BIONICLE: Encyclopedia Updated (Mentioned Only)
- Toa Mata Mini Promo CD
- Mata Nui Online Game
- BIONICLE: Quest for the Masks (Non-canonical Appearance)
- BIONICLE: The Legend of Mata Nui (Non-canonical Appearance)
- The Search for the Mask of Light
- BIONICLE: Battle Zone (Non-canonical Appearance)
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