Mata Nui Online Game II: The Final Chronicle (2003)

Video Game  |  Animation  |  26 June 2003 (USA)
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Hahli, a shy Ga-Matoran flax maker travels around the island of Mata Nui to prepare for her big game at the Kolhii Championship.

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Hahli, a shy Ga-Matoran flax maker travels around the island of Mata Nui to prepare for her big game at the Kolhii Championship.

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Trivia

Unlike in the previous game, all the characters here are given names. Most of these names come from various real languages (mostly Finnish, but some are Hawaiian, Japanese, Hungarian or Czech). They haven't been cleared through legal check and so LEGO cannot use them in any other official media, however they have been accepted into canon. Some of the characters introduced here have been released as toys in 2004, although often with the spelling of their names changed to avoid any legal troubles. See more »

Goofs

On the Old Fusa Path, the palm tree closest to view is missing the main shaft of its leaves, so the leaves' sides are hanging in the air. See more »

Quotes

Taipu: Hello. Is it always so bright here by the sea? The waves are so loud! It is very pretty though. Do you have any thing for a headache?
Hahli: Hello, Hafu.
Taipu: I'm not Hafu! I'm Taipu! Why does everyone think I am Hafu, and he is me? We're not even from the same village!
Hahli: Headache?
Taipu: When we left Onu-Koro, Turaga Whenua said we can win if we use our heads. When the ball is headed for the goal, it's my job to stop it, so I use my head! Onepu says that is not what he meant. We have been practicing a lot.
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Followed by BIONICLE: Shadow Play (2005) See more »

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