Mata Nui Online Game II Walkthrough/Chapter 7

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Hahli makes her way back to the crossroads at the center of the island. She heads down the path to Le-Koro, but notices that a suspension bridge has been placed at the cliff’s edge. Hahli crosses the bridge and enters Ta-Wahi. She continues across a natural bridge in front of a lavafall until she encounters a Ta-Matoran guarding a stone doorway.

“What can I do for you?” he asks.

“Who are you?” Hahli asks.

“I am Guard Nuri,” he replies.

They say, “Goodbye,” to one another and Hahli passes through the doorway into the north end of the Ta-Koro Town Square.

Tiribomba and Maglya

Two Ta-Matoran are walking in the courtyard. Hahli approaches one of the Matoran.

“Pardon me, I am busy with my work,” he says.

“Who are you?” Hahli asks.

“I am Tiribomba, the Lava Farmer,” he replies.

“Goodbye,” Hahli says, prompting Tiribomba to respond, “Goodbye!” Hahli approaches the other Matoran.

“Surf’s up!” he exclaims.

“Who are you?” Hahli asks.

“I am Maglya, the surfer,” he replies.

The Wall of History inside the Chamber of History

The two Matoran say, “Goodbye,” to one another.


Hahli notices a large structure with a meandering staircase at the end of the courtyard. Entering it, she sees a staff propped up against a wall and a Matoran that she recognizes.

“Hello, Hahli!” Takua the Chronicler greets her. “Are you excited about the Championship?”

“What are you doing?” Hahli asks.

“I am helping Vakama build the Wall of History,” he replies. “Since the Turaga made me the Chronicler, I haven’t been able to do much of anything else! Except for practice Kolhii, sometimes.”

“Goodbye,” Hahli says.

“So long! Give my regards to Macku and Turaga Nokama,” he says, returning to work.

Turaga Vakama and Kapura

Hahli continues through the Chamber of History in the vast building and finds two figures are gazing into a large ceremonial fire.[note 1] She approaches the taller of the two, who turns to speak with her.

“I have been watching for your arrival, Hahli of Ga-Koro,” he says. “I confess, however, that I was expecting Kotu. Welcome to Ta-Koro. When you are rested and ready, inform me and I will call the match against our champions.”

“Who are you?” Hahli asks.

“I am Vakama, Turaga of Ta-Koro,” he replies.

“Ta-Koro?” she questions.

“Ta-Koro, city of fire, home of lava-farmers, and keepers of the great Mangai fire-mountain in whose shadow we dwell,” Vakama answers. “Look into the flames and know the Virtue proclaimed to us by the Great Spirit, and the skill it brings.”

“Virtue?” Hahli enquires.

“Know that the Great Spirit imparted to all Matoran the three Virtues, and from them we Ta-Matoran have derived our Principle,” the Turaga states. “The farmers Aft and Kalama ponder these things more than most.”[note 2]

“Skill?” she asks.

“The guardsman Keahi is the master. He will tell you of it, if you find him on patrol,” counsels Vakama.

“Champions?” Hahli asks.

“Takua the Chronicler, and Jaller the Captain, are the two Kolhii champions I have chosen from my village,” Vakama replies.

“Goodbye,” Hahli says.

Kapura, Vakama’s left-hand Matoran

“Farewell,” Vakama responds, turning back to the fire.

Hahli turns to speak to the other figure near the fire, a Matoran.

“I am practicing,” he says.

“Who are you?” Hahli asks.

“I am not here, yet I am all places. I am getting faster,” he answers.

“Faster?” she asks.

Courage is the soul of movement. You must have courage or you will be frozen. Fear stops all. Courage defeats Fear,” he replies.

“Uh, okay,” Hahli responds, confused.

“Hello again,” he says as she turns to leave.

Aodhan, Brander, and Aft

Back outside, Hahli notices more Ta-Matoran walking in the south end of the Town Square. There are three Ta-Matoran pacing here. When she tries to talk to the first, he hurries past. “Pardon me, I am busy with my work,” he says.

“Who are you?” Hahli asks, hurrying to keep up.

“I am Aodhan, the Lava Farmer,” comes the reply.

Hahli stops. “Goodbye,” she says.

“Goodbye!” Aodhan calls over his shoulder.

She tries approaching the second, but he looks at her and also says, “Pardon me, I am busy with my work.”

“Who are you?” Hahli asks, hurrying to keep up.

“I am Brander, the Crafter,” comes the reply.

Hahli nods. “Goodbye,” she says.

“Goodbye!” he replies offhandedly.

The third Matoran stops to talk to her.

“Hello, Ga-Matoran,” he greets her cheerfully. “Are you here for the Kolhii match?”

“Who are you?” Hahli asks.

“I am Aft, the Lava Farmer,” he replies.

“Lava Farmer?” she asks.

“Farming lava is one way we keep Mata Nui green and healthy,” Aft explains. “When lava cools, it makes the best soil. With our farming, Le-Koro grows green, Ga-Koro’s waters bountiful, and Onu-Koro’s mines rich. But like the two brothers, the fire of the Mangai is both a force of creation, and a force of destruction. To farm lava takes great Courage.”

“Courage?” Hahli enquires.

“Courage is the Principle of Ta-Koro!” says Aft. “It derives from the Virtue Mata Nui bestowed on us.”

Vohon’s shop

Hahli says, “Goodbye,” and Aft responds, “Goodbye!”


There are three stone doorways in this area of the Town Square. Hahli decides to investigate the one opposite the Ta-Suva first. Inside, a Ta-Matoran Trader named Vohon is selling his wares.

“Welcome to my shop!” he says. “If you see anything you like, let me know. Also, I buy Bamboo Poles, Rope, Sailcloth, Nets, Rigging, Ore, Protodermis, Lightstones, Bladders, and Kolhii Balls, if you have any.”

Once she finishes her business with him, Hahli notices that, through the doorway to the left of Vohon’s shop is a Guard barracks with an armory of spears and a simple ladder leading to the city’s ramparts.

Agni and Kalama

Hahli climbs the ladder and discovers two Guards on duty.

“Stay out of trouble, Ga-Matoran,” cautions one of the Matoran.

“Who are you?” Hahli asks.

“I am Guard Agni,” he replies.

Agni has nothing more to say but “Goodbye,” after Hahli says the same. Hahli approaches the other Guard.

“Who goes there?” he asks.

“Who are you?” Hahli asks.

“I am Kalama, the Guard,” he replies. “I’m on duty.”

“Duty?” Hahli repeats.

“Duty is one of the three Virtues described to us by the Great Spirit,” Kalama explains. “All Matoran have a Duty to perform, and the Guard most of all! From Duty comes the Principle.”

“Principle?” she enquires.

“The farmer Aft contemplates the Principle of Ta-Koro often,” Kalama advises her.

The two Matoran say, “Goodbye,” to one another.


Hahli returns to the Ta-Koro Town Square to investigate the third doorway. Inside, she can see Jaller, the Captain of the Guard, working over a strategic map of the island of Mata Nui. Despite his experience as a guardsman, the appearance of Hahli seems to startle him.

“Hahli!” Jaller exclaims. “What are you doing here?”

“I intend to be in the Championship!” she answers.

“Well, so do I!” he admits. “That means we’ll be playing each other. It is my duty to win… but you are my friend, so I will tell you: seek out Keahi. He is my strongest guardsman, and can teach you Strength!”

“Goodbye, Jaller,” Hahli winks as she is leaving.

“Maybe you can stay in Ta-Koro a while!” Jaller calls after her.

The Ta-Koro Kolhii Field


Journeying back to the north end of the Town Square, Hahli notices a doorway beside the Chamber of History. Walking through it, Hahli sees the Ta-Koro Kolhii Stadium, marked as the ‘Ta-Koro Kolhii Field’. Approaching its entrance, she notices a ladder leading down to the lava banks. At the bottom of the ladder, Hahli finds a Ta-Koro Guard on patrol.

“Ho, Ga-Matoran!” he greets her.

“Who are you?” Hahli asks.

“I am Guard Keahi,” he says. “To be a Ta-Koro Guard, one must be Courageous. From Courage comes Strength!”

“Strength?” she repeats.

“To get stronger, we train by throwing Kolhii balls at a column of targets,” Keahi explains. “It takes great Strength to knock it down! I can show you, if you wish. But you will need Kolhii balls.”

“Kolhii balls?” Hahli asks.

“You can buy them in Po-Koro,” Keahi tells her.

After exchanging a “Goodbye,” with Keahi, Hahli travels back to Po-Koro and purchases several Kolhii Balls from Ahkmou, the Po-Koro Trader. Traveling back to Ta-Koro, she visits Keahi once more.

“I would like to train,” Hahli tells him.

“Very well! Get ready!” Keahi responds.

Hahli spends several hours practicing her Strength by throwing the Kolhii Ball at the column when her might is at its peak. Each time she knocks down a column, her Strength increases.

Hahli training in Strength

The Ta-Koro Match

Her training complete, Hahli travels to Vakama's chamber to find the Turaga.

“I am ready to face the team from Ta-Koro,” Hahli tells him.

“As you wish,” Vakama replies. “Go to the Kolhii field and I will call the match.”

Hahli travels to the Ta-Koro Kolhii Stadium and challenges the Ta-Koro Kolhii team. She and Macku are victorious.

After the match, Hahli hears the Ta-Matoran congratulating her and commenting on the match:

“By Tahu’s Hau! We lost!” Maglya exclaims.[note 3]

“Well played, Hahli,” Jaller says. “I did not expect you to be so skilled. You have learned a lot since I saw you last!”[note 4]

“Well, you won…” Takua concedes. “I bet if I could learn some better moves, then we could beat you. Maybe we’ll all get to play in the Championship together!”[note 5]

“By Tahu, that was a fine game you played, Hahli!” Aft congratulates. “I am sad that we lost but it was a very exciting Kolhii match.”[note 6]

“You have been practicing,” Kapura comments.[note 7]

“Not bad, Ga-Matoran! I was sure we would win,” various members of the Guard, such as Nuri, Agni, Kalama, and Keahi admit.[note 8]

Other Ta-Matoran, such as Tiribomba, Aodhan, and Brander are less gracious: “Tahu’s Firesword! I can’t believe you beat us!”[note 9]

Turaga Vakama approaches Hahli last. “So,” he says. “You have bested the champions of Ta-Koro. Nokama must have labored hard to hide you from me all this time. Your victory was hard won, and you deserve all the admiration it brings. We are preparing now for the Championship, which will be held here in Ta-Koro. You may practice with Takua and Jaller until such time.”[note 10]


  1. Although the "Chamber of History" is never mentioned by name, the section in the building containing the Wall of History adjacent to Vakama's chamber is coded with this title.
  2. The reference to Kalama as a farmer appears to be an error, as Kalama is a guardsman.
  3. If Hahli lost, then Maglya says, “Hooray for us! We won! Better luck next time, Hahli.”
  4. If Hahli lost, then Jaller says, “You’re good, Hahli, but not as good as Takua and I! Whenever you want to play again, I’m ready!”
  5. If Hahli lost, then Takua says, “We won, but that was a tough game, Hahli! When did you get so good at Kolhii? Maybe you can show me some of your moves in case we get to the Championship.”
  6. If Hahli lost, then Aft says, “Hello, Ga-Matoran. You are quick and strong, but there are few who can beat Takua and Jaller in a Kolhii match.”
  7. If Hahli lost, then Kapura says, “You need to practice more.”
  8. If Hahli lost, then all these Matoran say, “Tough luck, Ga-Matoran.”
  9. If Hahli lost, then all these Matoran, like Maglya, say, “Hooray for us! We won! Better luck next time, Hahli.”
  10. If Hahli lost, then Vakama says, “Your skills are impressive, Hahli, but they are no match for the champions of Ta-Koro.”
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