IC (Trakuda, foothills of Mt. Ihu): It had been a long, lonely walk from Ko-Wahi. But as Trakuda scrambled over some rocks, his efforts, he saw, had finally paid off. There it was, in all it's glory. He wasn't one to talk to himself, but he could help but let out a "Mata-Nui..." as he looked down on this magnificent piece of architecture. Six tall spires surrounded the shrine in the center, and from there lead off many flights of stairs and two bridges, one leading off to one of the cliffs surrounding the location, and the other leading to a circular pit of sand, with a gigantic stone carved totem overlooking it. The Amaja circle. An excellent place to begin his quest. Hopping off his rocky foothold, Trakuda noticed a statue. It was of a Matoran, but not one Trakuda recognized. His physique matched that of a Po-Matoran, but he wore an Onu-Matoran mask. The statue was carrying a pickax, so Trakuda grabbed a rock, and began to chisel away at the statue's hand. Eventually he managed to dislodge it, and, putting it in his bag, he climbed back over the rocks, and began to head down the path through to the Amaja Circle.