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Bohrok Kaita (Rewrite)
A Bohrok Kaita Za
|Formed by||Bohrok or Bohrok-Kal|
Bohrok Kaita are constructs created by the fusion of three Bohrok into one.
Abilities and Traits
A Bohrok Kaita possesses the powers of all three Bohrok used to form it, and are able to wield the powers in unison. The machine has enhanced armor and defensive capabilities as a result of the fusion, but loses the ability to roll up into a ball. All Bohrok possess the ability to form Kaita, and the individual machine depends on the Bohrok that fuse to create it. The Kaita is named after the dominant Krana housed within it.
The Kaita is powered by a single Krana, which serves to help it communicate with the Bahrag, and give it an additional power to assist it in completing its task. The Bohrok Kaita also carries several of its own Krana, in the event that it needs to replace one.
Bohrok Kaita are rarely formed, and only do so to combat threats tougher than an entire swarm. Though they were never seen, two potential Bohrok Kaita are known. Bohrok Kaita Za can be formed by the fusion of a Tahnok, Nuhvok and Pahrak. Had it been formed, it would have been controlled by a Krana Za and would be able to wield the elements of Fire, Earth and Stone. Bohrok Kaita Ja can be formed by the fusion of a Lehvak, Kohrak and Gahlok. Had it been formed, it would have been controlled by a Krana Ja and wielded the powers of Acid, Ice, and Water.
A Bohrok-Kal Kaita is the result of the merging of three Bohrok-Kal. Like Bohrok Kaita, Kaita-Kal possess the powers of the Bohrok-Kal who created it, and can use them in combination.
Bohrok Va Kaita
Instructions for the set forms of Bohrok Kaita Za and Bohrok Kaita Ja could be found divided between the instruction booklets of the three component sets or on BIONICLE.com. As with the individual Bohrok sets, one could press a lever on either Bohrok Kaita's back to operate a gear function thrusting its head forward. Likewise, when the eyes were pressed, the faceplate would open and the Krana would be hurled out as a last means of defense.
Similarly, the instructions for the Bohrok Va Kaita could be found divided between their corresponding instruction pamphlets.
Facts and Speculations
- The effects of Energized Protodermis are linked with destiny; a being who is destined to transform will do so, while a being who is not will perish.
- Since EP also works on inanimate objects, it is implied that objects can also have destinies.
- Beings can change multiple times.
- In terms of EP, all Kraata have the same destiny: to become Rahkshi armor.
- The Energized Protodermis Entity does not always know what effects it will have.
- Mata Nui (or anyone possessing the Great Spirit Robot) has the power to sense the destinies of beings within them. In spite of this, Mata Nui did not know his own destiny.
- Destiny is inescapable. Any action a being takes to reach it or avoid it is predetermined. For example, Teridax's destiny was the help Mata Nui reunite Spherus Magna, which he tried to reject, but inadvertently fulfilled. Despite having gone rogue, Nidhiki and Tuyet also achieved their respective destinies.
- In order to become a Turaga, a Toa must first complete their destiny.
- Lhikan achieved his destiny when he created the Toa Metru.
- The Toa Metru achieved their destiny when they brought the Metru Nui Matoran to Mata Nui.
- In the Kingdom Alternate Universe, Takanuva achieved his destiny and became a Turaga.
- Nidhiki's, Tuyet's, and Matoro's destinies did not involve becoming Turaga. Thus, it stands to reason that not every Toa is destined to become a Turaga.
- Destiny extends beyond the confines of the Matoran Universe.
- Energized Protodermis affects beings and objects native to Spherus Magna, suggesting that they also have destinies.
- All beings may be destined to die.
- The same individual can have different destinies in different realities. In the Core Dimension, Takanuva's destiny was to bring and end to a civil war between the Great Beings, while his destiny in the Kingdom Alternate Universe was to trap the Makuta behind the light barrier,, and in other dimensions, Takua was not destined to become a Toa at all. This is because one's destiny can change depending on circumstance.
- Any Kraata immersed in Energized Protodermis will become a suit of Rahkshi armor. Since the Great Beings designed Rahkshi, this suggests that the Great Beings have some degree of control over the destinies of their creations.
- It's unclear if mutation has an effect on one's destiny. A Toa Nuva or Toa Hordika could theoretically become a Turaga Nuva or Hordika, respectively. However, the Rahaga could not have become Turaga until their mutations were undone, despite having achieved their destinies. Perhaps this had more to do with their altered physiology rather than an effect on their destinies.
- From their creation, certain Matoran are destined to become Toa. This again shows that Great Beings have some level of control over the destinies of their creations.
- Although the destinies of beings from the Matoran Universe are already determined, they may find them harder to achieve outside of it. This suggests that one's location has some influence on their destiny.
Destiny seems to be a pervasive force that predates the Matoran Universe - and indeed the Great Beings themselves. It governs things organic and biomechanical, natural and artificial. Perhaps the Great Beings, being natives of Spherus Magna, also have their own destinies of which they are likely unaware. They seem to have some understanding of destiny, as they can control the destinies of their creations to a degree, as demonstrated with Matoran and Kraata. In the case of Matoran destined to be Toa, destiny even seems to have a physiological explanation. At least part of what is referred to as destiny is simply design, but this only applies to synthetic (Protodermic) beings.
- Does destiny extend beyond the confines of reality? Was it Vultraz's destiny to end up in the Melding Alternate Universe? Was it Melding Teridax's destiny to end up in the Core Dimension? What about the Shadow Takanuva? Was corruption their destiny, or were their destinies interfered with when Tridax abducted them from their own realities?
- What is the source of destiny? Is there a greater force that determines it, or is destiny merely a way of describing fate - the final destination of each lifetime's journey?