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"No. This is my lifetime's journey. Yours lies beyond. I am proud to ... have called you brother ... Toa Vakama."
Turaga Lhikan's last words, Legends of Metru Nui

Kanohi Hau[1]
Tools Unknown
Status Transformed into a Toa
Pronunciation LEE-kan
Toa of Fire
Affiliation Makoki Stone Guard Team (formerly)
Toa Mangai
Kanohi Great Hau
Tools Fire Greatswords
Status Transformed into a Turaga
Pronunciation LEE-kan
Set 8811 Toa Lhikan & Kikanalo (instructions)
Turaga of Fire
Kanohi Noble Hau (formerly)
Replacement Noble Hau[2]
Tools Firestaff (formerly)
Shield (formerly)
Status Revived[3]
Location Red Star[3]
Pronunciation LEE-kan
Set 7216 "Gold Good Guy" (instructions)[4][5][6]

Lhikan was a Ta-Matoran who became the Toa Mangai of Fire, a legendary Toa who guarded Metru Nui, and the leader of his team. After sacrificing his Toa Power to create the Toa Metru, he became a Turaga, but was killed soon after by Makuta Teridax, saving Toa Vakama's life in the process. He has since been revived on the Red Star.



Lhikan was once a Ta-Matoran villager in an unknown land,[7][note 1] where he worked as a crafter.[citation needed][note 2]

A Toa of Fire named Dume met Lhikan while visiting his village.[7] 17,500 years ago, Toa Dume rescued the Matoran from danger,[17] and 7,005 years ago, Dume--by then the Turaga of Metru Nui--played a role in Lhikan's transformation into a Toa.[17][18][19][20]


Early Career

Around 7,000 years ago, while still a novice Toa, Lhikan was part of the group of Toa that guarded the Makoki Stone. When a group of Frostelus attacked the group's fortress, the team leader ordered Lhikan to flee with the artifact and report what had happened. However, the Makoki Stone had already been stolen by Dark Hunters; Lhikan escaped the fortress's island without it. Because he fled, Lhikan alone survived the attack.[21][22][23][24][17] This incident so affected Lhikan that he swore never to run away from anything again.[24]

Lhikan later served in another Toa team alongside Nidhiki.[25][26]

Kanohi Dragon

4,000 years ago,[note 3] the Dark Hunters released the Kanohi Dragon upon Metru Nui. In response to Turaga Dume's call for aid, Lhikan gathered ten other Toa,[29] including his own team,[30][25] to fight the Rahi. After the Toa defeated the dragon in a month-long battle, Lhikan and six of his teammates oversaw the beast's shipment to Xia, where they delivered it to Roodaka.[31][23]

Lhikan became the leader of this new team of Toa,[32][33] dubbed the Toa Mangai.[34]

After the Kanohi Dragon's defeat, Metru Nui faced few pressing threats. Members of the Toa Mangai often traveled abroad on missions, and some left permanently in search of new adventures.[32][30][11][35]

Tuyet's Betrayal

A statue of Lhikan that once stood in the Coliseum

Around 3,500 years ago, while all the Toa Mangai save Lhikan, Nidhiki, and Tuyet were away from Metru Nui, several Matoran were found dead throughout the city with tablets reading 'Toa Tuyet'. Tuyet revealed that she had once been in possession of a powerful artifact called the Nui Stone, sought by the Dark Hunters, and suggested that the mercenaries had killed the Matoran as a countdown.

Several Dark Hunters attacked Lhikan and Nidhiki, and Lhikan defeated Triglax and Gladiator. After they defeated the Dark Hunters, another Matoran was found dead, proving that the Dark Hunters were not behind the killings. Lhikan then confronted Tuyet and forced her to admit that she had the Nui Stone. The two fought, and Nidhiki arrived to help defeat Tuyet, who was using the Nui Stone. Tuyet rose on a waterspout, which Lhikan froze and Nidhiki shattered. Tuyet lost her grip on the stone and fell, and Lhikan moved to catch her. Nidhiki tried to catch the stone, but Lhikan destroyed it with a blast of fire.

For her actions, Tuyet was imprisoned in the Coliseum until Lhikan and Dume could devise a fitting punishment. Yet before the two reached a decision, Tuyet disappeared from her cell: Botar whisked her away on behalf of the Order of Mata Nui.[24]

Toa-Dark Hunter War

Around 3,000 years ago, the Dark Hunters declared war on Metru Nui. Only about seven of the Toa Mangai were in the city when the Hunters first struck;[36] to defend the city, Lhikan's teammate Naho roused a hundred Toa from beyond the island.[37][38][39] Lhikan was chosen as the leader of this Toa army due to his skill and experience, as well as his familiarity with Metru Nui.[40]

At one point, Lhikan led a group of Toa against the Dark Hunter Tyrant and drove him into the Silver Sea.[41] Near the end of the war, he defeated Vengeance in a duel, trapping him.[42]

During one of his evening patrols, Lhikan encountered Nidhiki, whom he had assigned to guard Turaga Dume. He berated his teammate for abandoning his post and sent him out to patrol other parts of the city. The next day, he sent Nidhiki to meet supply boats, which unbeknownst to Nidhiki were actually carrying Toa reinforcements. When Nidhiki left without all of the necessary details, Lhikan followed him and discovered him meeting with Lariska, one of the Dark Hunters, betraying the Toa.[38] Lhikan was approached by Hakann, who struck a deal with him: if the Dark Hunters returned the Makoki Stone, Lhikan would send a messenger to the Shadowed One to notify him of the Dark Hunters' defeat while letting the Dark Hunters leave Metru Nui peacefully. Despite not wanting to let the Dark Hunters leave, Lhikan could not forget what the stone meant, so he eventually accepted the deal.[43]

The next day, at Nidhiki's urging, Lhikan sent over a hundred Toa to the Canyon of Unending Whispers. When a force of Dark Hunters ambushed the assembled Toa, Lhikan--who had known that Nidhiki was laying a trap--signaled for the newly-arrived reinforcements of over two hundred Toa to show themselves. Outsmarted, the Dark Hunters had no choice but to surrender. Per his deal with Hakann, Lhikan let the Dark Hunters leave unharmed, provided they took Nidhiki with him. Lhikan threatened to kill his former teammate unless he complied.[38][43]

Lhikan continued protecting Metru Nui for hundreds of peaceful years after the war. Due to the limited number of threats to the city, Lhikan primarily aided the Vahki in the capture of dangerous Rahi.[10][44] Lhikan's teammates traveled abroad on missions so frequently that by 1,001 years ago, Toa Lhikan had been considered Metru Nui's lone protector for years.[45][10]

Teridax's Plan

Lhikan giving Vakama his Toa Stone

18 months before the Great Cataclysm, Makuta Teridax usurped Turaga Dume and assumed his identity.[46] He whittled down what remained of the Toa Mangai by sending Lhikan's remaining teammates away on missions. None returned.[47][32][48][49][50][35][51] In time, Lhikan was the only Toa of Metru Nui.[52]

Instead of sending Lhikan away from the city, the Makuta hired the Dark Hunters Nidhiki and Krekka to hunt him down.[53][49][11] Any messages Lhikan sent for help were intercepted.[54] Knowing time was short, Lhikan began selecting six Matoran to become the new protectors of Metru Nui. The Matoran he originally chose (unknowingly influenced by Mata Nui)[55] were Nuhrii, Vhisola, Ahkmou, Tehutti, Ehrye, and Orkahm, and he recorded this decision in a journal.[56] Makuta Teridax, deceived by Mata Nui and the Order of Mata Nui into believing he was defying destiny by picking the Matoran with the least unity,[55] planted the names of six others--Vakama, Nokama, Onewa, Whenua, Nuju, and Matau--in Lhikan's mind.[56]

Lhikan stole six valuable stones from the Great Temple to use as Toa Stones. He encountered Nidhiki and Krekka there, narrowly escaping on his Fire Greatswords. He then traveled throughout Metru Nui, giving the stones to the six Matoran. After he delivered his final Toa Stone to Vakama, he was accosted by the Dark Hunters, and Nidhiki forced him to surrender by threatening Vakama. Nidhiki then dropped Vakama into a forge, but Lhikan managed to save him with his Fire Greatswords, telling him to "save the heart of Metru Nui". He was then taken to the Prison of the Dark Hunters in the Canyon of Unending Whispers.[57] While in prison, Lhikan chose to become a Turaga, having fulfilled his destiny by creating the Toa Metru.[23][17][58][59]


Turaga Lhikan with his helmet

When three of the Toa Metru--Nuju, Whenua, and Onewa--were imprisoned in the Prison of the Dark Hunters, Lhikan approached them, wearing a helmet to disguise his identity, and began training the Toa to use their mask powers. Once Nuju had mastered his Kanohi Matatu's Telekinesis power and used it to create a hole in the wall of their cell, the three Toa Metru and Lhikan made their escape.[60] They encountered a Troller, which Onewa commanded with his Kanohi Komau to transport them through Po-Metru.[57]

Lhikan, Nuju, Whenua, and Onewa were traveling through an area of the Archives when they ran into Vakama, Nokama, and Matau. Once the Toa Metru were reunited, Lhikan revealed his identity and asked Vakama if the heart of Metru Nui was safe. Vakama had thought this referred to Lhikan himself. Lhikan explained that the heart of Metru Nui was its Matoran population. Vakama discovered the real Turaga Dume in a Matoran Sphere, confirming Lhikan's suspicion that an impostor had taken control of Metru Nui.[60] They hid from pursuing Vahki in a chamber filled with Lohrak, and Lhikan urged someone to take charge. Vakama directed the Toa, and they escaped via a stolen Vahki Transport.[57]

Turaga Lhikan dying

Turaga Lhikan and the Toa Metru made their way to the Coliseum, where they challenged the false Turaga Dume. Teridax revealed himself and began absorbing power from the Coliseum's power plant as the Great Cataclysm began. Using the Vahki Transport, the Toa Metru and Lhikan escaped the crumbling city. As they reached the Great Barrier, Teridax caught up to them and a battle ensued over the Kanohi Vahi. During the battle, Lhikan threw himself in front of Teridax's Shadow Hand in order to save Vakama. Lhikan gave Vakama his Kanohi Hau and expressed his pride in the new Toa of Fire before he died.[57]

After dying, Lhikan was resurrected on the Red Star.[3] Here, he was given a replacement Hau.[2] However, the return mechanism of the Star had since malfunctioned, and Lhikan was trapped in the Star, along with other revived beings.[3]


Shortly after Lhikan's death, Vakama christened the Toa Metru's Vahki Transport The Lhikan.[61] On their return voyage to Metru Nui, the Toa Metru built a second ship, this time christened The Lhikan II.[62]

When the Matoran were awakened on Mata Nui, Jaller's mask was found to be broken, and Vakama gave him Lhikan's mask as a replacement.[57] Lhikan's imprint had long since faded from the mask, but when Jaller was told of the history of his mask, he cherished it as a memento of Lhikan.[63] Lhikan's mask was confiscated from Jaller by Karzahni upon entering his realm.[64] Tahu later recovered Lhikan's mask.[65]

While the Toa Inika descended the 777 Stairs to claim the Mask of Life, an illusion of Lhikan interrupted them. He pondered how the Toa Inika turned out to be such strange looking Toa and warned them to go back. Jaller then asked Lhikan whether or not he would continue down the stairs. Lhikan said he would continue, but he also reminded the Toa Inika that they knew his fate. As Jaller approached the illusion, it disappeared.[66]


On Mata Nui, Vakama and Nuju created stories of Lhii or Lhii the Surfer,[67] a fictional Matoran based on Lhikan. Lhii was the Turaga's way of remembering Lhikan without revealing the truth about Metru Nui to the Matoran.[68] According to the legends, Lhii was the greatest Lava Surfer,[68] second only to Tahu himself. He was said to be the leader of Jaller's clan of warriors within the village,[69] as Vakama's way of referencing the fact that Jaller wore Lhikan's mask. However, one day he perished in a terrible accident while surfing.[68] He was fondly remembered by all Ta-Matoran.[citation needed] After hearing the tales of Metru Nui, the Ta-Matoran now know that Lhii never existed.[68]

Alternate Universes

Toa Empire Alternate Universe

In this alternate universe, Lhikan was killed by Nidhiki when he chose to ally with Tuyet instead of Lhikan. This led Tuyet to organizing almost all Toa into a Toa Empire, with herself as Empress, and ruling the Matoran Universe by force.[70]

Lesovikk's Vision

In an alternate future shown to Lesovikk by Karzahni using the Kanohi Olisi, Lesovikk's team eventually saved Lhikan and his original team from the Frostelus. Lhikan was offered the chance to join Lesovikk's team.[71][17]

Abilities and Traits

Lhikan as seen in Legends of Metru Nui
Lhikan riding his Greatswords in hoverboard form

Lhikan has command over the Element of Fire; he can create, manipulate, and absorb flame. His many years as a Toa gave him great experience with his element. Before transforming into a Turaga, he was known to have very fine control over his powers: he was skilled enough to burn tiny symbols onto Toa stones, while many Toa of Fire lack precise control over their element.[60] When Lhikan became a Turaga, this power was greatly reduced.

Lhikan has great patience, demonstrated when he trained three novice Toa within the Prison of the Dark Hunters.[60] Nidhiki remarked on his caution,[38] yet Lhikan made a conscious effort not to shy from danger: he swore an oath to that effect and stood by it thousands of years later.[24] Lhikan also proved himself to be a shrewd tactician. Upon learning of Nidhiki's treachery, Lhikan sprung a plan that decisively ended the war by negotiating with an enemy agent in secret before assembling a counter-ambush at short notice.[38][43]

Lhikan did not like to speak of his past,[17] and he did not disclose why he came to Metru Nui.[10] He did not care to tell the tale of the Kanohi Dragon, indicating it must have been an awful battle.[72]

Although he was not native to Metru Nui, Lhikan was deeply loyal to the city and its population.[11] His familiarity with the city was one reason why he led its defense during the Toa-Dark Hunter War;[40] after the war, Lhikan became known as Metru Nui's only protector because he spent so much more time there than his teammates did.[45][10] Because Lhikan was so dedicated to keeping Metru Nui safe, Turaga Dume did not reveal the First Rahi research project to him, believing that he may try to shut it down.[73] Lhikan was particularly known for his protective and amiable attitude towards the city's Matoran. When he was not protecting Metru Nui from evil, Lhikan could be found settling its inhabitants' disputes and listening to their problems. When Teridax impersonated Turaga Dume and the ruler became more reclusive, Lhikan even began to manage the day-to-day affairs of the city.[23] Matoran of every metru were familiar with and looked up to Lhikan.[74][75][10] A statue of Lhikan was erected at the Akilini field in the Coliseum due to him being the leader of his team.[60][76] It was likely built by Po-Matoran in honor of something he did for Po-Metru.[76]

Lhikan collaborated closely with Turaga Dume: the two advised one another during the Toa-Dark Hunter War, and they worked together to devise a sentence for Toa Tuyet.[38][24] When they were teammates, Nidhiki and Lhikan were not close friends.[77] Lhikan nonetheless knew him well enough to recognize him despite his mutations,[78][79] and Lhikan felt so betrayed by Nidhiki's treachery that after the Dark Hunters surrendered in the Toa-Dark Hunter War, Lhikan threatened to kill Nidhiki if he did not leave Metru Nui.[38] Lhikan was closer with Tuyet, whom he had known for thousands of years. Her betrayal hurt him even more deeply.[24][77]

Mask and Tools

Lhikan wore dual-colored red and metallic armor that, unlike the Toa Hagah's armor, was not a reward or badge of honor.[80][81] Rather, its dual color might have reflected Lhikan's place of origin.[13] Meanwhile, the armor's shape was likely inspired by a Toa whom Lhikan encountered as a Matoran.[82]

As a Toa, Lhikan carried two Fire Greatswords, which could be joined together to form a hoverboard. He used this to fly high above Metru Nui on the lookout for trouble. He wore the Great Kanohi Hau, the Mask of Shielding, that allowed him to protect himself from foreseen attacks, but not from ambush. This mask was carved in a regional style distinct from Masks of Shielding such as Tahu's.[83] Lhikan also may have possessed a Toa Disk, but if so, he likely spent its power before becoming a Turaga.[84]

As a Turaga, Lhikan carried a smaller version of his Greatswords, which he used as a shield.[85] He also carried a small ceremonial Firestaff that he used as a walking stick and as his Badge of Office. He wears the Noble Mask of Shielding, which protects him from attacks but is not nearly as powerful as the Great version.

Set Information

8811 Toa Lhikan & Kikanalo was released in 2004. Lhikan used forty-four of the set's 214 pieces, including a special edition movie Hau in a gold color. He could optionally ride on the Kikanalo's back, although the two never appeared together in any media. Like in the movie, Lhikan carried Fire Greatswords that could combine into a hoverboard or large shield. Unlike most sets, this set and its exclusive pieces were designed during its release year, rather than during the prior year.

7216 "Gold Good Guy" was released as a promotional inclusion for Duracell batteries in 2006. The set was later canonized as a representation of Lhikan's Turaga form.[4][5][6] The set had originally been designed in 2004 and was intended to release as part of a promotion in the US; after the event was cancelled, the idea of the set was repurposed and instead saw release in Europe.[86]


"Go with them? But I'm a Toa, Lhikan. I'm your brother in arms!"
"No. No, you're not. You lost the right to call me 'brother' when you betrayed us all. Get out, Nidhiki – of my sight and of this city. Get out before I kill you."
— Toa Lhikan to Nidhiki, Birth of a Dark Hunter

"You lost the right to call me brother long ago."
— Toa Lhikan to Nidhiki, Legends of Metru Nui

"Faithful Matoran, Metru Nui needs you. A shadow threatens its heart. Prove yourselves worthy Toa and fear not. The Great Spirit shall guide you in ways that you could not imagine."
— Lhikan's message to the six chosen Matoran, Legends of Metru Nui

Lhikan as he appeared in Vakama's vision

"Freedom and escape are different objectives, but both are easily realized."
— Turaga Lhikan to three of the Toa Metru, Legends of Metru Nui

"Without self-discovery, you will never find your destiny."
— Turaga Lhikan to Whenua, Legends of Metru Nui


  • Lhikan was voiced by Michael Dobson in Legends of Metru Nui.
  • Lhikan likely never dealt with the Brotherhood of Makuta directly,[87] and he and his team never encountered the Toa Hagah (or Rahaga), or Sidorak.[88][note 4]
  • During Vakama's journey through Le-Metru, he was beset with a vision in which Lhikan appeared as a Toa. In the vision, Lhikan told Vakama to heed the warnings of his visions, or else suffer the consequences of ignoring them.[89]
  • According to Greg Farshtey, Lhikan had to be given a new name in the 2004 storyline (rather than simply reusing the pre-established "Lhii" name) due to legal reasons.[90]


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  1. Although his homeland is unknown, Lhikan did not live in Metru Nui,[8][9][10][11] the fortress island where he would later be stationed,[12] or the Tren Krom Peninsula.[13][14][15]
  2. Lhikan's profession might have been confirmed in a timeline that Greg Farshtey provided to BZPower.[16] This original timeline has been lost.
  3. The Kanohi Dragon incident was originally stated to have happened (according to legend) 2,000 years ago.[27] However, it was later established in Legacy of Evil to have happened 4,000 years ago,[28] and this new date was reiterated in BIONICLE: World and BIONICLE Encyclopedia Updated.[19][23]
  4. While it was stated Lhikan and his team never encountered Roodaka,[88] they did so in Legacy of Evil.[31]

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