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Vezok was a Dark Hunter2 and later a Piraka.3 After his division from Vezon, he lost his ability to think strategically and came to rely on brute force in combat. He possessed the elemental power of water and impact vision. His body was resistant to the corrosive effects of some types of water. He had the power to duplicate the natural abilities of others temporarily, allowing him to combine and use those powers himself. He carried a Zamor sphere launcher and a combination harpoon and buzzsaw, which could hurl water daggers at an enemy.4


Vezok, "the Beast," was the nastiest and most vicious of the Piraka. He was a mountain of rage waiting to explode. He carried a harpoon that could pull him through the water at high speed, as well as a zamor sphere launcher and a buzz saw that fired water daggers. He possessed powerful impact vision and was capable of absorbing and storing the powers of anyone in close proximity.5

Vezok was nasty and vicious. To the Shadowed One, Vezok was everything one could ask for in a Dark Hunter. On the outside, Vezok always seemed like a calm, cool, and efficient operative. On the inside, he was an explosion waiting to happen. Dealings with Vezok remained peaceful as long as one remained on his good side, but his good side was extremely narrow. If one got on his bad side, he reacted with extreme hostility, wrecking one and everything one held dear for his own amusement.6

Vezok could not stand Hakann, Zaktan, or the other Piraka, except for Reidak, since he believed that Reidak was not smart enough to plot against him. Because of this, the Shadowed One was puzzled as to why Vezok would choose to go rogue with them. The Shadowed One believed Vezok would be a great asset to the Piraka, unless they angered him. Vezok hid a valuable tablet just prior to turning traitor. Because the Shadowed One valued this item slightly more than punishing Vezok, he considered striking a bargain with him upon capture.6

Vezok was able to absorb the powers of those near him, storing them, and using them himself. He possessed powerful impact vision. His harpoon could propel him rapidly through the water, and his buzz saw hurled water daggers. He also carried a Zamor sphere launcher.6

Before meeting Hakann and joining the Dark Hunters, Vezok had a reputation as a master thief and a cunning strategist. His gruff voice and overly brutal behavior were all a cover for a cunning intelligence. He had keen eyes and great attention to detail.7

Vezok was the nastiest of the Piraka. He was a key part of the strangest event in the Piraka's history: the creation of Vezon. Usually cool on the outside, Vezok was convinced (correctly) that the other Piraka were out to get him. He particularly disliked Hakann because of the Vezon incident. Vezok carried a zamor sphere launcher and a combination harpoon/buzzsaw. He had impact vision and the ability to absorb the powers of others, store them, and use them himself later on. He also controlled the elemental power of water, though he could only use it in combination with other Piraka.8

Vezok and Vezon's connection was more physical than mental, but it had elements of both.9

Vezok was easily the member of the Piraka who loathed Vezon the most.10

Vezok hated Vezon because Vezon was a part of him and wanted him dead.11

After Vezon's creation, Vezok was half a being in the sense that he was missing some of his abilities, such as tactical thinking.12

Vezok didn't have a kinetic absorption power even before Vezon was split from him.13

Vezok had the element of water, but could only use it in tandem with another Skakdi.14

Vezok could create water daggers without a nearby source of water.15

Vezok's harpoon could be used to shoot at foes or pull him through the water.16

Vezok's water daggers were super-powered and high speed.17

Vezok's buzzsaw might have been capable of cutting through objects, but his water daggers could do that from a distance.18

Vezok's impact vision could be used to smash through an obstacle such as a door.19

Vezok was resistant to corrosive water, not mutagenic water.20

Vezok's resistance to corrosive water didn't protect him from Pit mutagen.21

Power Absorption

Vezok was not limited to absorbing only one power at a time.22

Unlike Keetongu's spinner, Vezok's absorbed power could be used multiple times.23

Vezok's absorbed powers went away after a while.24

When Vezok absorbed powers, the being he absorbed powers from did not lose them.25

Vezok could absorb natural powers such as elemental powers, but not mask or Rhotuka powers.26

Vezok couldn't absorb Zaktan's protodite ability because it wasn't a power, it was simply his nature.27

Vezok couldn't absorb mask powers, so he couldn't absorb any of the Ignika's powers.28

Vezok couldn't absorb and mimic mask powers because they weren't natural abilities.29

Vezok could not absorb the lightning that laced the Toa Inika's elemental powers.30 [see other information]

Vezok could not absorb the Inika's lightning powers because it was unique to how they were created and it was intertwined with their elemental powers rather than being a separate power.31 [see other information]

Vezok could absorb elements of standard Toa and Toa Nuva, but could not absorb the lightning powers of the Toa Inika.32 [see other information]

Vezok could absorb the non-lightning portion of the Inika's elemental powers.33

Vezok could steal powers he saw in use, such as elemental powers or energy blasts. He could not steal physical strength.34

Vezok could copy Vezon's kinetic absorption power.35

It's unknown whether Vezok could copy immunity, such as Nocturn's immunity to mutagen.36

Other Information

  • In marketing, Vezok's nickname was "the Beast," and his tagline was "100% Animal, 0% Pet."8
  • Greg Farshtey answered some fan questions by stating Vezok couldn't absorb the Inika's lightning, forgetting that he does so in BIONICLE Legends #3: Power Play. Greg clarified that Vezok was able to do this.37
  • The bios in Piraka Attack stated that Vezok and Reidak were the stupidest Piraka. This was inaccurate, as shown in the books.38