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{{Quote|The [[Turaga]] had used that sandpit and the stones within it many times to tell tales of past and future.|Narrator, ''[[BIONICLE Adventures 1: Mystery of Metru Nui|Mystery of Metru Nui]]''|center}}
 
{{Quote|The [[Turaga]] had used that sandpit and the stones within it many times to tell tales of past and future.|Narrator, ''[[BIONICLE Adventures 1: Mystery of Metru Nui|Mystery of Metru Nui]]''|center}}
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The '''Amaja-Nui''' was one of the main features of the [[Kini-Nui]] on the island of [[Mata Nui (Location)|Mata Nui]].
 
The '''Amaja-Nui''' was one of the main features of the [[Kini-Nui]] on the island of [[Mata Nui (Location)|Mata Nui]].
  
 
== History ==
 
== History ==
[[Image:TotT Takua Summoning Toa Mata.PNG|150px|left|thumb|Takua summoning the Toa Mata at the Amaja-Nui]]
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[[File:TotT Takua Summoning Toa Mata.PNG|150px|left|thumb|Takua summoning the Toa Mata at the Amaja-Nui]]
[[Image:MoL Amaja-Nui.PNG|150px|left|thumb|The Amaja-Nui as seen in ''[[BIONICLE: Mask of Light|Mask of Light]]'']]
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[[File:MoL Amaja-Nui.PNG|150px|left|thumb|The Amaja-Nui as seen in ''[[BIONICLE: Mask of Light|Mask of Light]]'']]
 
The Amaja-Nui was a circular sandpit created by the [[Turaga]] of Mata Nui to tell stories, such as [[The Legend of Mata Nui]].
 
The Amaja-Nui was a circular sandpit created by the [[Turaga]] of Mata Nui to tell stories, such as [[The Legend of Mata Nui]].
It was a little larger than an average [[Amaja Circle]]. It laid between a huge bust of [[Takanuva|Takua]]'s [[Kanohi]] [[Pakari]] (formerly a bust of a [[Toa]] head) on one side and the Kini-Nui temple on the other.
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It was a little larger than an average [[Amaja Circle]]. It laid between a huge bust of [[Takanuva#Matoran|Takua]]'s [[Kanohi]] [[Pakari]] (formerly a bust of a {{G|1|Toa}} head) on one side and the Kini-Nui temple on the other.
  
 
When Takua had gathered all six of the [[Toa Stone]]s hidden on the [[Mata Nui (Location)|island]], he ended up at the Kini-Nui where he met the six Turaga who told him to put the stones in the Amaja-Nui. He did so, resulting in the creation of a beam of energy which threw the [[Matoran]] onto the [[Ta-Wahi Beach]], giving him temporary amnesia. The beam also served to summon the [[Toa Mata]] to the island.
 
When Takua had gathered all six of the [[Toa Stone]]s hidden on the [[Mata Nui (Location)|island]], he ended up at the Kini-Nui where he met the six Turaga who told him to put the stones in the Amaja-Nui. He did so, resulting in the creation of a beam of energy which threw the [[Matoran]] onto the [[Ta-Wahi Beach]], giving him temporary amnesia. The beam also served to summon the [[Toa Mata]] to the island.
  
Takua and [[Jaller]] came here in their quest for the Seventh Toa and were ambushed and surrounded by the [[Rahkshi]]. The [[Toa Nuva]] then arrived. During the their [[Battle for the Kanohi Avohkii|battle]] against the Rahkshi, they stood in a circle atop the Amaja-Nui, to defend against the Rahkshi approaching from all sides. When the other five Rahkshi had been defeated, [[Turahk]] clambered onto the Amaja-Nui and attacked the two Matoran. Jaller then sacrificed himself, inspiring Takua to don the [[Avohkii]], resulting in his transformation into [[Takanuva#Takanuva|Takanuva]].  
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Takua and [[Jaller]] came here in their quest for the Seventh Toa and were ambushed and surrounded by the [[Rahkshi]]. The [[Toa Nuva]] then arrived. During the their [[Battle for the Kanohi Avohkii|battle]] against the Rahkshi, they stood in a circle atop the Amaja-Nui, to defend against the Rahkshi approaching from all sides. When the other five Rahkshi had been defeated, [[Turahk]] clambered onto the Amaja-Nui and attacked the two Matoran. Jaller then sacrificed himself, inspiring Takua to don the [[Avohkii]], resulting in his transformation into [[Takanuva]].  
  
 
It was cleared by the reawakened [[Bohrok]] swarms, and was wiped from existence by [[Mata Nui (Being)|Mata Nui]]'s reawakening.
 
It was cleared by the reawakened [[Bohrok]] swarms, and was wiped from existence by [[Mata Nui (Being)|Mata Nui]]'s reawakening.
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== Appearances ==
 
== Appearances ==
 
[[File:Turaga Overlooking Amaja Nui.png|150px|thumb|right|The Turaga of Mata Nui at Amaja-Nui]]
 
[[File:Turaga Overlooking Amaja Nui.png|150px|thumb|right|The Turaga of Mata Nui at Amaja-Nui]]
* ''[[Comic 2: Deep into Darkness]]'' <small>(First Appearance)</small>
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'''Novels'''
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* ''[[BIONICLE: Mask of Light (Book)|BIONICLE: Mask of Light]]''
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* ''[[BIONICLE Adventures 1: Mystery of Metru Nui]]''
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* ''[[BIONICLE Adventures 3: The Darkness Below]]''
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* ''[[BIONICLE Adventures 4: Legends of Metru Nui]]''
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* ''[[BIONICLE Adventures 8: Challenge of the Hordika]]''
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* ''[[BIONICLE Adventures 9: Web of Shadows]]''
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'''BIONICLE'''
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* ''[[Comic 2: Deep into Darkness]]'' '''{{C|FA}}'''
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'''Movies'''
 
* ''[[BIONICLE: Mask of Light]]''
 
* ''[[BIONICLE: Mask of Light]]''
* ''[[BIONICLE: Mask of Light (Book)]]''
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'''Online Games'''
* ''[[BIONICLE Adventures 1: Mystery of Metru Nui]]''
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* ''[[Mata Nui Online Game II: The Final Chronicle]]'' '''{{C|NM}} {{C|C}}'''
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'''Video Games'''
 
* ''[[BIONICLE: Quest for the Toa]]''
 
* ''[[BIONICLE: Quest for the Toa]]''
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'''CDs'''
 
* ''[[Toa Mata Mini Promo CD]]''
 
* ''[[Toa Mata Mini Promo CD]]''
 
* ''[[Toa Nuva Promo CD]]''
 
* ''[[Toa Nuva Promo CD]]''
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Latest revision as of 06:23, 5 September 2017

"The Turaga had used that sandpit and the stones within it many times to tell tales of past and future."
— Narrator, Mystery of Metru Nui

Amaja-Nui
Comic Amaja-Nui.png
Location
Status Destroyed
Position Front of Kini-Nui
Pronunciation ah-MAH-yah NOO-ee


The Amaja-Nui was one of the main features of the Kini-Nui on the island of Mata Nui.

History

Takua summoning the Toa Mata at the Amaja-Nui
The Amaja-Nui as seen in Mask of Light

The Amaja-Nui was a circular sandpit created by the Turaga of Mata Nui to tell stories, such as The Legend of Mata Nui. It was a little larger than an average Amaja Circle. It laid between a huge bust of Takua's Kanohi Pakari (formerly a bust of a Toa head) on one side and the Kini-Nui temple on the other.

When Takua had gathered all six of the Toa Stones hidden on the island, he ended up at the Kini-Nui where he met the six Turaga who told him to put the stones in the Amaja-Nui. He did so, resulting in the creation of a beam of energy which threw the Matoran onto the Ta-Wahi Beach, giving him temporary amnesia. The beam also served to summon the Toa Mata to the island.

Takua and Jaller came here in their quest for the Seventh Toa and were ambushed and surrounded by the Rahkshi. The Toa Nuva then arrived. During the their battle against the Rahkshi, they stood in a circle atop the Amaja-Nui, to defend against the Rahkshi approaching from all sides. When the other five Rahkshi had been defeated, Turahk clambered onto the Amaja-Nui and attacked the two Matoran. Jaller then sacrificed himself, inspiring Takua to don the Avohkii, resulting in his transformation into Takanuva.

It was cleared by the reawakened Bohrok swarms, and was wiped from existence by Mata Nui's reawakening.

Appearances

The Turaga of Mata Nui at Amaja-Nui
Books Comics Multimedia

Novels

BIONICLE

Movies

Online Games

Video Games

CDs