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Ta-Koro Kolhii Stadium


The stadium had carved stone bleachers. A special dais overlooked the stadium where the Toa Nuva sat. In his speech before the kolhii tournament match, Vakama dedicated the new kolhii field to the Great Spirit Mata Nui and to the three virtues. Certain sections of the arena wall spun around to reveal kolhii goals, which were large stone carvings of the face of the Great Spirit, Mata Nui. At the beginning of the match, the kolhii balls were launched from a circle in the center of the field. A scoreboard kept track of the score with lightstones.1