Kraawa

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"Finding a way to trap it without striking it has been keeping me up nights, so I am in no rush to meet the thing."
Rahaga Pouks, Rahi Beasts

Kraawa
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Kraawa are large, herbivorous Rahi that have the ability to grow using kinetic energy.

History

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

Only one specimen of Kraawa was ever sighted on Metru Nui. It was successfully captured and placed in the Archives, but not before it had used its physiological growth adaptation to grow to half the size of a Ko-Metru Knowledge Tower. Because it was too large for a Stasis Tube, it was locked up in a secure section of the Archives.

During the attempted escape of a Rahi from the Underwater Rahi Study, the Kraawa got loose, and managed to reduce three levels of the Archives to "critical condition," forced four more to be evacuated, turned more than a dozen Vahki to scrap, and unleashed hundreds of dangerous Rahi.

After the Great Cataclysm, the Kraawa was set loose again. The Rahaga, particularly Pouks, often expressed concern about finding and capturing it, for it proved very evasive.

Abilities and Traits

The Kraawa is a gentle creature; it is herbivorous and more likely to run away than to fight. When it becomes agitated, its eyes turn from blue to red. This Rahi was skilled at hiding and extremely difficult to capture.

The creature has the ability to absorb any kinetic energy used against it and use that energy to grow; how much larger depends on the strength of the hit. There is no known limit to how large the Kraawa can become.

Set Information

The Kraawa in set form

The Kraawa can be built out of Toa Metru canister sets Nuju, Nokama, and Whenua using instructions split between the three sets' instruction manuals. Its neck moves up or down when a part on its back is rotated. Its belly features a purely structural use of the great Kanohi Matatu.

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