I forgot about that. I live in Nebraska, (U.S.A) and its almost 1:15 pm. Just so you know, Taihatu won't appear in the story for a while, sorry! Anyway, here's the next chapter:
Chapter 2 "Air vs Earth"
Lewa Nuva and Tahu Nuva were hunched over a map of Le-wahi. They had just recieved word that Onua Nuva was marching underground with the Onu-Koronans to Le-Koro.
"Lewa, take your army and set up camp just beyond these trees." Tahu said, "that is probably where the Onu-Koronans will surface."
Underground, near Le-Wahi......
The Onu-Koronan army was marching to Le-Wahi
"Keep moving!" Onua said, "We're almost there."
"Oh, my pack is heavy!" groaned Taipu, walking beside Rathu, "Why do we have to carry all these weapons?"
"Because we're going to war with Le-Koro." explained Rathu.
"Taipu, your hopeless."
The Battle of Le-Wahi...........
"Alright, my good Le-Koronans," Lewa said, "soon we will be called upon to defend blessed singsong Le-Koro, I urge you, fight strong and don't give up!" Loud cheers came up from the Le-Koronan army.
The Onu-Koronan army was now assembled on the otherside of the valley. They were 3,000 strong. The Le-Koronans, 2,000.
The ranks were now drawn up against each other.
"CHARGE!" Lewa shouted.
The armies dashed against each other, it was the fiercest battle Le-Wahi had seen. Kahus soared through the sky, sending volley after volley of disks into the Onu-Koronan army. The tide of the battle was turned when Onepu cried, "Unleash the Ussal Cavalry!"
The Ussals drove the Le-Koroans back into the trees, leaving only Tamaru and Lewa fighting on.
All of a sudden, Kongu soared down from the sky, and jumped off his Kahu next to Tamaru.
"If you surrender now, We will spare your lives." Onua said.
"Never!" shouted Lewa. "Tamaru, Kongu! get back into the trees! I can handle Onua Nuva myself." The two toa nuva circled each other, waiting for the other to strike.
"You are foolish, Lewa, to think you can defeat me."
"We'll see about that!" Lewa dashed forward, spinning with his machetes. Onua blocked every blow, dissapeared into the ground, then reappeared on the other side of Lewa. Lewa was enraged.
"You will die, you earth dog!" But Onua moved first, ducking Lewa's blow, but giving him a dash with his chainsaws. Lewa recovered, and jumped forward slicing one of Onua's arms off. The Onu-Koronan army gasped. But Onua Nuva was not defeated, he jumped forward and pinned Lewa to the ground with one hand. But, all of a sudden, a tornado appeared and lifted Onua off Lewa. Lewa then jumped into the tornado and swirled off. His voice came back through the wind: "We will meet again, Toa of Earth."
Next Chapter: "The Fall of the Stone Lord"