Talk:Birth of a Dark Hunter

From BIONICLEsector01

I know that it was written several years ago, but that line mentioned the Kodan Ball : " She never turned. She never cried out. She simply leaped aside as if he had soft-tossed a Kodan ball at her, landed silently, and spun in his direction. Her smile was a challenge. " But the Kodan Ball didn't exist when Nidhiki and Lariska met, because it was Pohatu Nuva's Toa Tool. Nobody could toss a Kodan Ball at Lariska, because the Kodan Ball didn't exist until Pohatu was transformed into a Toa Nuva. So why is it in the text? Why didn't anyone notice it? It's a contradicting line, I think. -- Surel-Nuva (Talk) 19:37, 15 October 2016 (CET)

Huh, good find. I guess if you want to defend it, you could say the characters don't know what a Kodan ball is, but if they did that's how they would react. Since the story has an impersonal narrator and was never "told" in-story (as opposed to the main 2004-2005 story, which IIRC was narrated by Vakama to the Matoran), the narration can break the rules like that. -- Morris the Mata Nui Cow (talk) 22:10, 15 October 2016 (CET)