A few questions about Kraata and Infected Kanohi.
Kraata are known to be able to infect Kanohi masks by physically touching them (and thereby make that Kanohi’s wearer susceptible to the will of the Matuta who created that Kraata), but I was wondering if they could choose not to. I imagine lower-level Kraata would always infect a mask based on instinct, but:
If, say, a Level 7 (Shadow Kraata) touched a Kanohi, could it choose not to infect it if it thought not doing so would be more useful to its objectives? Or would “choosing not to infect it” necessarily involve just not touching the mask?
Does a Makuta who is controlling an Infected Kanohi wearer have to do anything to dominate their will? So do they have to focus on making the wearer do what they want, or can they just leave “mental instructions”, and the infection of the mask alone is what suppresses the wearer’s will? Lewa was able to momentarily regain awareness whilst still wearing an infected mask, so was that just him using his willpower, or was it the mask being disrupted by being knocked by Onua?
Can Makuta infect other Makuta’s masks? Does it have any effect, and, if so, to what extent? Is it just something that would give them an edge on dominating the mind of a fellow Makuta, or would it outright work like it would for a Toa or Matoran?