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Kirikori Nui
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Rahi


Kirikori Nui are large, swarming locust-like Rahi.

History

The Kirikori Nui species was created by the Makuta using Viruses and Liquid Protodermis to be one of the Rahi to inhabit the Matoran Universe.

On Metru Nui, swarms of Kirikori Nui would appear about every ten years over the city, consuming vegetation in Po-Metru and Ga-Metru before disappearing. Their point of origin is unknown.

A plague of Kirikori Nui once struck the island of Mata Nui, devouring masses of vegetation and darkening the skies in their sheer number. After this, only a few Kirikori Nui remained around the borders of the Po-Wahi desert, although the island's Turaga remained wary and kept a close eye on the skies for the notorious darkness that indicated the presence of a swarm.

The Kirikori Nui have since migrated back to Metru Nui.

Abilities and Traits

Kirikori Nui are considered pests by the Matoran for their habit of devouring large quantities of vegetation. Their call can be likened to a loud ringing. These Rahi avoid combat by bounding out of reach of potential threats, although if the need arises, the Kirikori Nui can use their sharp jaws and powerful legs to become a significant threat themselves.

Kirikori Nui controlled by Teridax via Infected Kanohi were known to hurl heavy stones at Matoran.

Set Information

A Kirikori Nui in set form

Instructions to build the Kirikori Nui were available on the LEGO Club website.

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