Turaga of Mata Nui
The six Turaga were the Toa Metru in Metru Nui. They are Vakama, Nuju, Nokama, Onewa, Matau, and Whenua.
The village elders of Mata Nui. The Turaga know the legends of Mata Nui, and their knowledge might be the most powerful tool against the Bohrok swarms.
Turaga Onewa is
the protector of Pohatu's legend. Like all of his tribe he is sure-footed and
swift over loose ground. Onewa is known among his tribe as "The Referee", as his
decisions are never argued - even though he is sometimes slow to come to one!
Turaga Whenua is
the protector of Onua's legend. He oversees the work in the rock quarry and the
vast, complex tunnels, always foreseeing problems before they occur. Everyone on
Mata Nui knows Whenua for his fairness, good judgment, wisdom and honesty. He
should always be listened to with care and respect.
Turaga Nokama is
the protector of Gali's legend. She knows the most about the oceans and
rivers--except for Gali herself. Nokama has a reputation for resolving
disagreements and bringing the Turaga together with her practical logic. Every
Turaga respects the way she listens to all sides of a discussion.
Turaga Matau is
the protector of Lewa's legend. When he is among his people, Matau is like the
silence in the eye of the tornado: calm, stable and paternal. But you'd better
watch him carefully or you'll be the victim of one of his jokes! He is also a
brave warrior and a leader who receives the utmost loyalty. The tribe repays him
with great courage.
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
Turaga Nuju is
the protector of Kopaka's legend. Nuju has great vision and seems to have more
time to react to situations than anybody else. His Kanohi Matatu (mask of
telepathy) amplifies these gifts, allowing him to move objects with his mind. It
is said that he can tell stories that last for days, using gestures and whistles
that only Matoro can interpret. Some find Nuju aloof and uncaring, but he shows
his feelings in different ways--like through his generous deeds.
Turaga of Metru Nui
Turaga Dume, the elder of Metru Nui, commands the forces of the Vahki and maintains order in the city,
living at the Coliseum at the center of the city. His giant Rahi hawk, Nivawk,
serves as his eyes and ears in the shadowy corners of the metropolis. Nivawk can
speak a language that only Dume understands, and Dume can ride Nivawk as a means
of transportation. But what fate does Dume have in mind for the Matoran, and how
will it affect the Toa Metru?
Turaga Dume wears the Kanohi Kiril (kee-ril), the Noble
Mask of Regeneration. The Kiril allows Dume to regenerate non-organic objects,
such as structures, tools, carvings, etc., but he cannot regenerate the wounds
of Matoran, Rahi, and such.
a thing called Ultimate Dume (set combiner of Dume and Nivawk, Nidhiki, and
Krekka). I don't know what it is, and all Greg will say is that it plays a part
later on in the story.