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    Nui-Jaga
    7.6   Average score based on 25 Votes
    Vital Statistics
    Set Number: 8548
    Set Name: Nui-Jaga
    MSRP (USD): 35.00
    Availability: Retired
    Year Released: 2001
    Piece Count: 214
    Ages: 8+
    Alternate Set(s): Kahu
    Description: The Nui-Jaga are huge, scorpion-like creatures. They can be found primarily in the deserts of Po-Wahi, though they have been spotted in the jungles and along the coast as well. Nui-Jaga normally hunt in pairs. Like all Rahi, the Nui-Jaga are controlled by the infected masks they wear. If the masks are removed, the Nui-Jaga will cease fighting and can sometimes even be tamed, but their claws and powerful stingers make the Turaga reluctant to have the Nui-Jaga in their villages.



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    Storyline Information for 8548 Nui-Jaga
    Character Type: Rahi
    Classification: Bad Rahi
    Collectible(s) included: Kanohi
    Relative Importance: Supporting Character
    Primary Location: Po-Wahi
    Island: Mata Nui

    Notes
    The Nui-Jaga have a reputation for being slow, stupid, and incredibly strong. They inhabit the jungles of Le-Wahi, the coast of Ga-Wahi and the deserts of Po-Wahi, driving off Matoran and hunting for prey, often screeching loudly when it is caught. Matoran have compared their cries to the sound of glass breaking. Although they normally traveled in pairs when infected by Makuta, they tend to be solitary in the wild. Although these creatures can be tamed, the claws and powerful stingers make the Turaga reluctant to have the Nui-Jaga in their villages. They also have a special taste for Kuna bog snakes, and often break into nests to feed.

    Entered into BZP database: 10 Jan 2005 by Jack C.
    Last Updated: 18 Jun 2005 by Michael B.

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