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Toa Norik
Special Edition Medium Set
Set number 8763
Subtheme Toa Hagah
Release date Late 2005
Pieces 55
MSRP $8.99 (US)
Ages 7+

Set 8763 Toa Norik is a special edition canister set released in late 2005, portraying Toa Norik, the Toa Hagah of Fire.

Product Description

The following is a product description taken directly from LEGO. View the source here
One of the greatest Toa of all!
Toa Norik was one of the most heroic and wise leaders the universe has ever seen. With his lava spear and power of fire, he dared to challenge evil forces beyond imagination. His Mask of Diminishment allowed him to shrink out of sight while retaining his full strength. His Rhotuka spinner could slow down a foe long enough for Norik to defeat him!

*Pull the ripcord to launch the Rhotuka spinner up to 50 feet in the air!

Set Info

The set's canister

The Toa Norik set was released as one of two Toa Hagah sets in late 2005. It contains 53 pieces.

The set was included in the 65757 Special Edition Guardian Toa collection, alongside 8762 Toa Iruini.

When the set was designed, there was discussion among the story team about the set representing Toa Dume, but this idea was vetoed by Bob Thompson.[1][2][3][2][3]

Due to a production error in the center pinhole of some shield pieces, which caused the Rhotuka launching mechanism to not function, a correction note was included in later releases of the set, instructing the builder to flip the shield around.


Toa Norik's right arm can be swung by turning a gear in his back.

A Rhotuka spinner can be launched from Norik's shield by using a ripcord included with the set. The shield could also store an additional Rhotuka spinner.


The set contains a silver Noble Kanohi Kiril, representing Norik's specially-shaped Great Pehkui, as well as one dark red and one silver Rhotuka spinner, the latter featuring a code written on the side. The Rhotuka's code could be combined with the prefix "NO8", shown on the set canister, in order to create a complete Kanoka Code.



  • The shield is assembled differently between promotional material and the instructions themselves. The instructions show the shield being attached parallel with the launcher's ripcord, yet the box art, that carries over to the instruction cover, and product images show the shield mounted perpendicular to the ripcord.


  1. "Official Greg Discussion", post 3736. BZPower Forums. (archived on
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Official Greg Discussion", post 4461. BZPower Forums. (archived on
  3. 3.0 3.1 "Official Greg Discussion", post 5289. BZPower Forums. (archived on

See also