OOC: Sorry for double-post, but it's been more than two hours.
IC: NPC Matoran:
As the blue Matoran neared the top, he saw a small disk sitting in a hole, carved upon it was a robe. The Seal.
The Matoran pried away the seal from the pillar, and tried to crush it with his hand. No, the rock was too solid. Next, he bashed it against the pillar, the pillar chipped, but the seal did not. The material that it was made out of seemed to be stronger than the common rock. His masters must not have wanted to been summoned unless it was under their instruction. Just before he climbed down from the pillar, the sun shone through the clouds that covered the sky. In the brief second that it did, a flash of light came from the hole that the seal was in. The Matoran's grip lightened as he used the hand that held the seal to block his eyes from the blast of light. When the sun was hidden again by the clouds, the Matoran frowned and looked at the hole again. Inside were crystals, the Matoran recognized the position. It was similar to that used in the telescopes, but not ment to see out of.
It was made to shine light through it.
The Matoran looked up again, there was another hole in the clouds that the sun could shine through again. Moving out of the way of the hole, he watched, waiting to see what the light pointed to. Around him, it grew brighter, and again, a flash of light burst forth from the pillar, but instead of being as large and chaotic as the Matoran thought it was, it was a small beam, pointing south, at the jungles of Le-Wahi.
The Matoran grinned, pocketing The Seal, and climbing down to his two compatriots.
"Well?" The green Matoran asked the Blue Matoran, "Did you retrieve it? Is the first seal broken?"
The Blue matoran held up The Seal in answer to the Green Matoran's questions, before tossing it to the Red Matoran, "Take it to Po-Koro, find someone who can break it. I know the location of the next Seal, and I shall depart to there."
"And what shall I do?" The Green Matoran asked.
"You... You shall deliver the message," The Blue Matoran said, noticing that his Green companion had begun to grin, "The three of us shall not meet again, but best of luck to you all."
And with that, The Blue matoran headed south, the Red north, and the Green to the East.