Haradrim Archer of Umbar
Jul 20 2003, 01:53 PM
What do you consider the up's and downs of kohlii. One thing is that its very hard to play
Jul 20 2003, 02:03 PM
DO you mean Kolhii in the MNOLG2? If so, this shouldn't be in BS&T. Anyway, it is hard, but once you get the hang of it, it's a lot of fun. The strategies are the same as a soccer match.
Jul 20 2003, 02:05 PM
Besides getting a concussion if getting hit by a ball of rock, there might be a rule where the ball cannot hit the ground or something like that.
Holla Back Girl
Jul 20 2003, 03:01 PM
well the old koli was just like soccer, but the new kohlii looks more like lacrosse.
Jul 20 2003, 10:51 PM
You really want the truth? I am sick of it. I am sorry, but I just don't have 'Kohlii fingers'. I am really getting sick of Taiapu and Onupu, but I try to still like them. (:
Jul 20 2003, 11:02 PM
It would be suicide for a normal human to play kolhii. We aren`t made of metal, and wouldn`t survive, let a lone have the strength to kick balls of solid rock around, and also block them from our own goal.
Jul 21 2003, 12:50 AM
It might be just me, but you can never be faster than the onu-koroans!
But i guess it's an improvment to the old koli since it was almost the same as soccer
That Man In Black
Jul 21 2003, 04:18 PM
No he means Kohlii with the Matoran nuva sets
Jul 21 2003, 09:29 PM
Downer: Getting hit by the rock-hard ball. Ouch
Uper: Scoring. Yay!
'Nother uper: You can use both sides of the stick. (the lacrosse-like side with the hooks or the hockey-like side with the bunt thingy)
Off topic: Two ways to score in MNOLG2 kohlii: 1. get the ball, the run right up to the goal and shoot. Shoot at point-blank range.
2. Go see the shipwrite, and she'll give you a purity charm. Then go see Kai, and she'll give you a speed charm. Buy some Air bladders. Then, sail out to C9 and race the Takea. Click on the air bladders to renue your air. Every time you catch the Takea, you get faster. Then, you'll be unbeatable in Kohlii!!
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