Aero Slicers

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"His fall became a controlled glide. His aero slicers caught the wind, acting like wings."
— Narrator, Legends of Metru Nui

Aero Slicers
Users Toa Metru Matau
Function Channeling his Air powers
Melee combat
Status Transformed

The Aero Slicers[1][2][3][4][5] (alternatively written as Aero-Slicers[note 1][6]) were Toa Matau's Toa Tools. Matau used them to channel his element of Air, as well as in melee combat. Matau was also able to attach his Aero Slicers to his back to use them as glider wings and rotors.

An Aero Slicer in Legends of Metru Nui

When Matau became a Toa Hordika, they were mutated into Fang Blades. When Keetongu cured the Toa Hordika, along with Matau, the Fang Blades transformed into their original state. The Aero Slicers were transformed into the Kau Kau Staff when Matau became a Turaga.[7][8][9]

Example Usage

In Legends of Metru Nui, Matau used these blades to fly as he was plummeting from a Ko-Metru Chute support after he slipped from Vakama's grasp.

Set Information

The Aero Slicers debuted in set form in the Toa Matau set in 2004. They could be attached to pins on Matau's back to simulate their gliding function. When on his back they were also able to fold back for storage.


  1. "Toa Matau (8605)". LEGO Shop. (archived on
  2. "Chapter 2." Legends of Metru Nui. BIONICLE Adventures 4, p. 24.
  3. "Le-Metru." "Toa Matau." Metru Nui - City of Legends, p. 65.
  4. "Matau." Encyclopedia Updated, pp. 87-88.
  5. "Matau." Makuta's Guide to the Universe, p. 9.
  6. "Heroes - Toa Metru Matau". (archived on
  7. "Official Greg Discussion", post 1336. BZPower Forums. (archived on
  8. "Official Greg Discussion", post 1953. BZPower Forums. (archived on
  9. "Official Greg Discussion", post 2062. BZPower Forums. (archived on


  1. This info originates from Toa Matau's Bios entry on the 2004 version of, though no archive version of the original website exists. The text was copied onto BIONICLEsector01 in 2004, and an archive of that web page can be found here.

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