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Tryna

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"At his feet, the Kanohi mask and armor began to move, slowly coming together. What had been a pile of junk a moment before now had taken on a form. Other pieces of armor were rising up through the layers of mud, struggling to rejoin the rest. It somehow managed to be amazing and sickening at the same time. Slowly, the body that once belonged to Toa Tuyet rose from the floor of the Pit and stood unsteadily waiting for commands."
— Narrator, Into the Darkness
Tryna
Great Tryna Set.jpg
Kanohi
Title Mask of Reanimation
Powers Controlling deceased beings' bodies
Component disks Unknown
Bearers Matoro (formerly)
Pronunciation TRI-nah[BEU, p. 144]


The Kanohi Tryna is the Mask of Reanimation. It allows its user to give artificial life to and control dead bodies for as long as they maintain concentration.[Deep Sea Port][BEU, p. 144] The amount of concentration required to keep the corpses animated increases with the number of corpses controlled.[citation needed]

Example Usage

Makuta Teridax blackmailed Matoro into using his Kanohi Tryna to reanimate the corpse of an alternate Toa Tuyet in Into the Darkness.

Bearers

Great

Forms

Picture Description
Great Tryna Set.jpg A normal Great Kanohi Tryna
Tryna.png Matoro's Great Kanohi Tryna, altered by the Kanohi Ignika.

Trivia

  • A Toa would not normally wear this Kanohi, as they consider its power to be immoral. However, the Kanohi Ignika gave Matoro this mask as a test of his character.[citation needed]
  • If a being is reanimated by a Tryna user shortly after death, the being, if it can be revived by the Red Star, will be unable to be transported to the Red Star until the user has deactivated the mask power. [1]

References

  1. Chat with Greg Farshety, 16 April 2014


See Also