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|Former Residents||Le-Matoran, Matau, Lewa|
The location of Le-Koro was chosen by Toa Matau during the first journey of the Toa Metru to the island of Mata Nui. When the Toa Metru gave up their Toa power to awaken the Matoran, Turaga Matau led the Le-Matoran to the location of Le-Koro.
When Toa Lewa arrived in Le-Koro, Matau told him about his quest to find his six Kanohi masks and defeat Makuta Teridax.
Teridax frequently sent Rahi, mostly Nui-Rama, to attack Le-Koro, but it was defended by the Gukko Force, led by Kongu. When Takua arrived in Le-Koro, the Nui-Rama attacked the village. Kongu asked Takua to fly with him as his disk thrower was captured by the Nui Rama. Takua accepted, and they flew toward the hive, only to be captured by the Nui-Rama as well. Takua then discovered that Matau had been captured also. They were rescued by Onua after he freed Lewa from the control of Teridax.
After Teridax awakened the Bohrok early, a swarm of Lehvak managed to enslave almost every Matoran and Turaga Matau. The Matoran then overpowered Lewa and enslaved him too. Tamaru and Kongu, who managed to escape the Bohrok, made a plan with Nuparu, who invented the Boxors, and together they saved the enslaved Matoran.
Le-Koro was abandoned after the Matoran, Toa Nuva, and Turaga left for Metru Nui. When the Toa Nuva returned to Mata Nui to release the Bahrag, the Bohrok swarms destroyed Le-Koro and cleared the plantlife off of the rest of Le-Wahi.
Le-Koro mainly consisted of trees, bushes, grass, swamps, wetlands, and many other plant-covered areas. It is in the southern part of Mata Nui. The houses were all in the trees and made of wood and vines. At the edge of the village, Ko-Wahi began. The village itself, however, was in Le-Wahi. The village was stripped bare of wildlife and trees once the Bohrok were reawakened, however.
|Le-Koro Highway • Fau Swamp • Lake Pala • Lake Kanae • Kanae Bay • Kumu Islets • Nui-Rama Hive • Tuuli's Shop • Temple of Faith|
|Mata Nui (v|e)|
|Ta-Wahi (Ta-Koro) • Ga-Wahi (Ga-Koro) • Le-Wahi (Le-Koro) • Po-Wahi (Po-Koro) • Onu-Wahi (Onu-Koro) • Ko-Wahi (Ko-Koro) • Kini-Nui|