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Le-Matoran were residents of Le-Koro or Le-Metru. They commonly had green armor and wore green masks. On Metru Nui, most Le-Matoran worked in the transport industry, either building or servicing vehicles and chutes. They used a slang known as chutespeak. This language was modified to treespeak when they came to Mata Nui.1


The Le-Matoran of Le-Koro were not known to speak falsely, unless it was in the interest of a practical joke.2

Le-Matoran of Le-Koro included vinesmen and windriders.3

On Metru Nui, Le-Matoran were known for being talkative and noisy.4 The importance of the Le-Matoran's work in Le-Metru managing Metru Nui's transportation made them very brash and confident; they knew how important they were, and they liked to make sure everyone else knew it, too.5

On Metru Nui, roughly half of the Le-Matoran worked in the Moto-Hub. The rest mainly did repair and maintenance work in Le-Metru or elsewhere in the city. Le-Matoran worked on three major types of transport: chutes, air vehicles, and ground vehicles. They refused to make boats, since they hated the sea; instead, all watercraft were made in Ga-Metru. Le-Matoran airship pilots were highly respected.6

On Metru Nui, disk racing was particularly popular among Le-Matoran, who knew the locations of all the best "chute tracks."7

On Metru Nui, the Moto-Hub was the place of employment for roughly half the Le-Matoran.8

Le-Matoran were affiliated with the element of air. On Metru Nui, they were masters of the transport system. On Mata Nui, they were bird wranglers and hunters.9

The Le-Matoran of Le-Koro spent most of their time among the treetops and vines, chattering to each other in a dialect of their own called "treespeak."10

On Metru Nui, Le-Matoran traveled a lot, since they had to repair chutes all over the city.11

Le-Matoran had their own brand of wit and most used the same slang.12

The Le-Matoran of Voya Nui spoke treespeak off and on.13

List of Le-Matoran