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I'm not entirely satisfied with the Avohkah's classification as Rahi, tbh. The Farshtey Feed post that we reference only says "Avohkah are considered Rahi" - by whom? If Greg was saying they're considered Rahi by Matoran, then that's hardly definite proof, as Krana, Kraata, and Zyglak are also considered Rahi. Their origins explained in that same post indicate that they probably don't fit the biological definition of Rahi. Can someone check the OGD/etc to try and find any clarifying statements by Greg? Please and thank you. --Angel Bob (talk) 04:48, 22 March 2017 (CET)


The pronunciation of Avohkah makes zero sense when you see that Avohkii is Ah-VOH-kee. Greg can be very inconsistent! --Lukas Exemplar (talk) 12:01, 14 September 2018 (UTC)

It would make sense, but without him confirming that the pronunciation should be similar to Avohkii, we can't change it. When he was asked about the pronunciation of the "Moa," he said "like the Toa." In that case, he didn't said Ah-vo-kah, like Avohkii.— SurelNuva (Talk) 16:43, 5 October 2020 (UTC)

Moral light

I'm pretty sure that the original idea behind "connection" was that Avohkii and Avohkah sounds very similar. Furthermore, the Avohkii is light based, the Avohkah is lightning based. And the Avohkah were just Rahi, they were never said to have moral light. And the quote used as ref doesn't implies that Greg referred to the moral light anyway.— SurelNuva (Talk) 16:43, 5 October 2020 (UTC)

Ah sorry, I should have been clearer in my edit summary! I didn't mean "moral good" in the Bionicle sense. I meant it more generally. In English, "the light" is often used figuratively to mean "good morals" or "the good guys." That's why I replaced "connection to the light" (which suggests that the Avohkah are connected to the good guys) with "connection to light" (which suggests that the Avohkah are connected to actual light, as Greg meant). -- Morris the Mata Nui Cow (talk) 21:50, 5 October 2020 (UTC)