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'''Video Games'''
'''Video Games'''
* ''[[BIONICLE: Quest for the Toa]]'' '''{{C|FA}}'''
* ''[[BIONICLE: Quest for the Toa]]''
* ''[[The Legend of Mata Nui]]'' '''{{C|NC}} {{C|NM}}'''
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* ''[[Mata Nui Online Game]]'' '''{{C|FA}} {{C|NM}}'''

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"The Vuata Maca Tree that provides fruit to our village has been poisoned! Only by finding the two Vuata Maca crystals and returning them to the tree can it be healed."
Turaga Whenua, Quest for the Toa

Vuata Maca
Vuata Maca Tree.PNG
Function Providing power
Known locations Mata Nui
Pronunciation voo-AH-tah MAH-cah[1]

The Vuata Maca were rare and mysterious trees found on the island of Mata Nui. They bore energy-rich fruit, although they were perhaps best known as the power sources for the Koro.

Energy from the tree was siphoned into the villages, and used by the Matoran for operating machinery and completing other daily tasks. Near the end of the Great War, the Vuata Maca began to wither and die, and Takua collected Vuata Maca Crystals to restore the trees to their previous glory. There was a Vuata Maca tree in each village. They have since been destroyed by the Bohrok.


A dying Vuata Maca tree
Books Multimedia



Video Games

Online Games