Posted Dec 24 2012 - 04:31 PM
By now Mutran and Antroz had regained their footing. Lewa and Kopaka had retrieved their weapons and, with a newly revived Toa Ignika, were ready for them.
"The doom vipers," said Kopaka. "Back when we first got back to Metru Nui."
"Gotcha," Lewa said. "What about our silent friend?"
"He'll figure it out," said the Toa of Ice.
Pohatu suddenly reappeared, the three Matoran in tow. "Whatever we're doing, we better do. The other Makuta are right behind me."
"Doom vipers in Ga-Metru," Kopaka replied.
Pohatu smiled. "Oh yeah. Good choice.
Racing at top speed had been enough to confuse and defeat a half dozen deadly doom vipers, after all, so it might work as well on Makuta.
-Shadows in the Sky Pages 102-104
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