The Kanohi Tryna was the Kanohi Mask of Reanimation. It allowed its user to fill the shells of deceased beings with artificial life energy. These subjects would remain reanimated for only as long as the mask user focused on them. It was possible to vivify more than one subject at a time. The effects of the mask were nullified if the mask was removed from the wearer or if the wearer lost concentration or consciousness.
The Kanohi Tryna was the Mask of Reanimation.
The Kanohi Tryna was the Mask of Reanimation. Matoro could use it to return artificial life to dead sea beasts and challenge the armies of the Barraki.
The Kanohi Tryna was the Mask of Reanimation, which could bring back the dead to a semblance of life.
Unlike the Kanohi Tryna, which brought a being back right away with all the damage, the red star took a good deal longer but repaired the damage.
The Tryna had the power to animate a shell with artificial life; it could not bring a being's spirit back.
Beings reanimated by the Tryna were kind of like zombies or robots, depending on what analogy is preferred. They weren't living beings and didn't have a living being's intelligence.
Reanimated beings would return to being dead when the Tryna user stopped using its power.
- Greg Farshtey didn't believe LEGO would get in trouble for introducing a Mask of Reanimation because he saw no difference between animating a deceased being's spiritless shell and taking Rahkshi or Bohrok apart to build the Ussanui and Boxor. He additionally felt the people likely to be upset by such a mask wouldn't bother learning enough about the story to discover its power.