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8533 Gali is a LEGO BIONICLE set released in 2001. In the BIONICLE storyline, she is the Toa Mata of Water. It has 35 pieces.

Set Description

Gali has been released three times in set form. First as a Toa Mata, in 2001, second as a Toa Nuva in 2002. In 2008, she was coupled with Tahu and Onua as the Toa for the Mistika canister sets in summer 2008.

As a Toa Mata, she had hooks that helped her slice through water. Her arms raised and fell if you twisted the gear on her back. As a Toa Nuva, she had weapons that acted as propellers in the water, and could attach to her feet. As a Mistika she has a Nynrah Ghost-Blaster.

Notes

  • Two versions of this set were released: One with a mini CD and one without.
  • Gali wears the Kanohi Kaukau, Mask of Water Breathing.

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Powerful as the ocean

Gali, the only female Toa, controls the waves themselves! When she’s angered, she can cause tidal waves and storms. Explore the waters around Mata Nui with her and use her powers to fight Makuta. Her hook arm helps her get out of trouble when danger threatens.

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Biography

Gali is the only female Toa and incredibly wise-perhaps wiser than all the other five Toa put together. The villagers of Ga-Koro are incredibly loyal to Gali and believe she is the sustainer of life. But if she gets angry, look out -- tidal waves and rainstorms flood the island! Gali is the most agile and gymnastic of the six Toa. She has incredible jumping abilities and her own brand of acrobatic self-defense. The only things that can slow her down are excessive heat and drought.

Gali is at home both in and near the waters of Lake Naho. She swims quickly through the waterfalls that plunge down into the icy water, using her two hooked arms to grab onto rocks and cliffs. She works in harmony with the waters, which help to protect her in times of danger.

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