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Latest revision as of 01:58, February 27, 2020

The evil on this island is about to learn that justice can be very... cold.
~ Kopaka

Kopaka is one of the main protagonists alongside the other Toa Mata that appeared in the BIONICLE series. He is a cold and calculating, yet loyal and brave Toa of Ice and also served as the deputy leader of the team, who were tasked of reawaken the Great Spirit Mata Nui and to defeat Makuta Teridax and other enemies.

He was voiced by Steve Blum in both the animated series and the video game adaption.

HistoryEdit

PersonalityEdit

Kopaka was a cold, calm, calculating, independent and anti-social Toa. He prefers to work alone but also help the other Toa Mata when they are in need. While he does see the meaning of the teamwork and unity, yet he was still uncomfortable about it.

It was also revealed that he and Tahu often clashed and disagreed on their opinions and views, though they eventually began to build up their respect on each other as the story progresses as he eventually became more matured than before, having developing a sense of unity.

Powers & AbilitesEdit

Toa MataEdit

Kopaka was a Toa of Ice. He controls the element of ice as he uses it to freeze his opponents, controlling blizzards and cold winds and shoot out blast of ice. He also can decrease the temperature

Toa NuvaEdit

Like his previous form, he still retained the ice element.

GalleryEdit

Toa MataEdit

young 

Toa NuvaEdit

MasterEdit

Uniter of IceEdit


TriviaEdit

  • Kopaka is one of the rare characters in the original Bionicle series that appears in Bionicle's rebooted series 2015-2016, alongside Tahu, Gali, Lewa, Pohatu, Onua.
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