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    Vakama, Turaga of Ta-Koro
    Role Village Elder
    Lego code 8540
    Number of pieces 27
    SRP US$2.99
    Ages 7+
    Mask Red Huna
    Village Ta-Koro
    Weapon Great Firestaff
    Availability Readily available worldwide
    Alternate Model Turaga Nui (with other 5 Turaga)
    Must-Have Rating Secondary

    Official Description
    Turaga Vakama is the holder of the Great Firestaff and protector of Tahu's legend. He is famous for his quick temper and immense courage. Vakama doesn't mess around: he has no time for nonsense and practical jokes, but his boldness could get him into trouble.

    Vakama's mask is the Kanohi Huna and his tool is the ancient fire staff.

    Storyline
    Vakama is the primary "keeper of knowledge" and often informs the reader/viewer of the prophesies of Mata Nui. He commands Jala, the captain of Ta-Koro's guard. Takua the Chronicler was given an ensign by Vakama, which allowed him to join the guard and journey to Ko-Koro.

    The six Turaga joined together to for the Turaga Nui at one point, to defend their villages.

    Comments
    Rumor has it the six Turaga will be discontinued sometime this year.

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