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Ta-Koro

Ta-Koro was the home village of the Ta-Matoran on Mata Nui. It was located in the Lake of Fire. Its citizens lived in homes made of cooled lava. A small lava stream flowed through the village, providing it with heat. Ta-Koro was governed by Turaga Vakama and protected by Toa Tahu and the Ta-Koro Guard. The Rahkshi destroyed Ta-Koro, which vanished beneath the lava without a trace. It was never rebuilt.1

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Tahu, Toa of Fire, thrived amid the heat and flame of the Mangai Volcano. Here his people practiced lava farming and surfing in the lava rapids.2

Ta-Koro's Toa was Tahu Nuva, its Turaga was Vakama, and its villagers were the Ta-Matoran. The village of Ta-Koro rose from the Lake of Fire near the mighty Mangai Volcano. Its people lived within dwellings made of cooled lava and worked the lava fields to the north. A small lava stream flowed through the village, providing it with heat. When they were not at work, the Ta-Matoran surfed the lava rapids.3

Until the Rahkshi attack, Ta-Koro's gates had never been breached.4

Located in the Lake of Fire near the Great Mangai volcano, Ta-Koro was the village of Fire and home to the Ta-Matoran. Villagers lived in homes made of cooled magma, with heat provided by a small lava stream that flowed through the village. It was defended by the Ta-Koro Guard, led by Jaller. It was also home to the largest kolhii stadium on Mata Nui. Ta-Koro was destroyed by the Rahkshi.5