Remember in legend reborn to convince the crowd of matanuis power he changed terixs blade? would that mean after that he since he had water powers (we at least know vastes did in teh extended ending clip) that he was the first cannon toa of water? Thoughts?
Boy toa of water?
Posted Jan 20 2013 - 10:55 PM
[font="verdana, geneva, sans-serif;"][color=#808080;]Tarix wasn't a Toa, though. He was a Glatorian with water elemental powers. Most of the Glatorian did receive the title of Toa (hero or warrior) from Mata Nui, but the title is different from the species.[/color][/font]
Posted Jan 20 2013 - 11:38 PM
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Posted Jan 21 2013 - 10:59 AM
He's not a Toa. He's a Glatorian. All Toa of Water are made female.
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Posted Jan 21 2013 - 11:57 AM
I believe the only exception to the gender rule for any element was the male Toa of... Something or other; the one from the story serial whose name was all capitalized in the first chapter (and he was made that way by the GB)
You're thinking of Orde, the Toa of Psionics, from The Yesterday Quest.
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