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Lava Lagoon

The Lava Lagoon was a place in Ta-Wahi. Several of the slopes of the mountain met here, forming a deep, broad basin filled with lava. At least two hundred lengths across, the simmering lagoon glowed yellow and red and orange. A waterfall of lava poured into the far end, sending up constant sprays of steam and smoke. It was a bubbling wasteland of lava. A small, craggy island jutted out of the center of the lagoon, where a Kanohi Pakari sat. Kopaka claimed this mask.1