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Po-Matoran were residents of Po-Koro or Po-Metru. They commonly had tan armor and wore black or dark orange masks. On both Metru Nui and Mata Nui, Po-Matoran were known as extremely skilled carvers. They generally hated water and could not swim. The sport of Kolhii originated among the Po-Matoran, and they were some of its best players.1


On Mata Nui, the Po-Matoran loved living in the barren, rocky wasteland of Po-Koro because they hated water and could not swim.2

On Metru Nui, Po-Matoran were the most talented craftworkers in all the city.3 Po-Matoran who lived in assemblers' villages spent a great deal of time practicing their Kanoka disk launching so they could better defend themselves.4

In Metru Nui, Po-Matoran carvers relied on their vision and were used to laboring in the bright light of the suns.5

Po-Matoran were affiliated with the element of stone. On both Metru Nui and Mata Nui, they were renowned for their carving.6

Po-Metru was home to talented Matoran stone carvers. The Matoran of Po-Metru lived in caves and assemblers' villages. They were known for the huge statues they carved from slabs of rock and their skill at assembling goods.7

List of Po-Matoran

  • Huki/Hewkii
  • Hafu
  • Podu
  • Ally
  • Bour
  • Epena
  • Gadjati
  • Golyo
  • Kamen
  • Kivi
  • Pekka
  • Piatra
  • Ahkmou
  • Onewa
  • Pouks
  • Kodan
  • Velika*
  • Dekar