Should we add Le-Koro to this? I know it sounds weird, but the village was absorbed into the swarm, was it not? I don't think it'd be out-of-place to add it (and by extension, Lewa) under "Other." -- Toa Jala Converse 06:59, 27 April 2016 (CET)
- Or maybe just Lewa, since he was affected the most (at least story-wise). Like we did with Vakama and the Visorak. -- Toa Jala Converse 07:20, 27 April 2016 (CET)
- I don't think we should include lewa on this template: all the others have some sort of permanent association with the swarms, while lewa (and le-koro) were only briefly controlled by them due to the krana.
- But Lewa's still able to communicate with the Bohrok because of the Krana, while the Le-Matoran, who was also controlled by them, cannot. -- Surel-Nuva (Talk) 07:38, 1 May 2016 (CET)
only until the queens were defeated, iirc. during the kal saga, and the bit where they intentionally released them from their prison, i don't think he was able to. also, we don't know that the le-matoran weren't still connected to the swarm, we just saw lewa have some residual communication abilities when he went into the nest with everyone else. Intelligence4 (talk) 21:27, 2 May 2016 (CET)
Almost all of Le-Koro was controlled. Lewa could communicate with the Swarm because his Krana power was telepathy. He retained this ability, but it could only be used to communicate with Bohrok afterward. Some other Le-Matoran who were controlled by that same type of Krana, Krana-Za, probably had similar experiences, but we don't know who was infected with what breed of Krana, so we can only confirm that Lewa remained connected to the Swarm after his Krana was removed. -- Toa Jala Converse 01:29, 5 May 2016 (CET)