Catalogue of Kanohi Masks (v. Cha)

There are dozens, perhaps hundreds of Kanohi in existence, but not all of them have Matoran names, just descriptions of their powers, which I think is really lame. What I’ve done here is catalogue those masks that have appeared in my MOCs so far that are either canon but simply don’t have a Matoran name (or appearances) or are original mask powers that I or others have created.

This is not necessarily an exhaustive list and will be updated as time goes on.


Aithris, Mask of Conjuring
Aithris, Mask of Conjuring

  • Enables the wearer to program another power into the mask for a limited time via voice commands. Can cause a range of side effects if a command is spoken incorrectly.
  • Notable wearers: Toa Kitea (reforged)

Ako, Mask of Psychometry
Ako, Mask of Psychometry

  • Enables the wearer to learn the history of any item they come into physical contact with.
  • Notable wearers: Toa Helryx

Amzen, Mask of Reconstitution
Amzen, Mask of Reconstitution

  • Enables the wearer to mutate a target but doesn’t control the mutation caused nor can undo said mutation.
  • Toa generally consider this mask immoral.
  • Notable wearers: Toa Orde

Datmak, Mask of Charisma
Datmak, Mask of Charisma

  • Enables the wearer to subtly alter the mind of the target to get them to agree to the wearer’s cause.
  • Notable wearers: Trinuma, Makuta Carnifex (shapeshifted)

Dest, Mask of Weather Control
Dest, Mask of Weather Control

  • Enables the wearer to manipulate the weather in their immediate vicinity. The greater the change, the greater the concentration required.
  • Notable wearers: Toa Nawados

Ekara, Mask of Vulture
Ekara, Mask of Vulture

  • Enables the wearer to drain residual energy out of recently deceased beings.
  • Toa generally consider this mask immoral.
  • Notable wearers: Makuta Tridax, Vultraz (powerless)

Foren, Mask of Fusion
Foren, Mask of Fusion

  • Enables the wearer to forcibly merge themselves with one or more other beings to create a fusion and keep other fusions intact.
  • Notable wearers: Makuta Kalex (shapeshifted)

Greadai, Mask of Incomprehension
Greadai, Mask of Incomprehension

  • Enables the wearer to scramble most forms of language communication, including spoken, written, and signals.
  • Toa generally consider this mask immoral.
  • Notable wearers: Makuta Kojol (shapeshifted)

Hamara, Mask of Possibilities
Hamara, Mask of Possibilities

  • Enables the wearer to alter the likelihood of certain events occurring.
  • Notable wearers: Toa Gauss, Toa Nikila

Kalodho, Mask of Shadow Walking
Kalodho, Mask of Shadow Walking

  • Enables the wearer to turn any shadow other than their own into a portal to travel through. Unlike the Olmak, this mask is not capable of interdimensional travel.
  • Toa generally consider this mask immoral.
  • Notable wearers: Consul R

Kaora, Mask of Healing
Kaora, Mask of Healing

  • Enables the wearer to heal any injury or illness of a target provided they have a general idea of the injury in question.
  • Notable wearers: Toa Jerere (reforged)

Kerus, Mask of Poison
Kerus, Mask of Poison

  • Enables the wearer to infect anything they touch with a dangerous venom. The greater the concentration, the more potent the venom.
  • Toa generally consider this mask immoral.
  • Notable wearers: Acheri the Lost (powerless)

Likua, Mask of Puppetry
Likua, Mask of Puppetry

  • Enables the wearer to completely control the body, but not the voice, of a target. Targets with great enough willpower can potentially break free if the wearer lapses in concentration.
  • Toa generally consider this mask immoral.
  • Notable wearers: Neo-Makuta W

Midnex, Mask of Psychokinesis
Midnex, Mask of Psychokinesis

  • Enables the wearer to control and move objects with their mind.
  • This mask’s power is generally stronger than that provided by the Kanohi Matatu, but also requires greater mental capacity in order to use. The Noble Midnex is stronger than a Noble Matatu but still weaker than the Great Matatu.
  • Notable wearers: Makuta Taszeid

Mura, Mask of Fear
Mura, Mask of Fear

  • Injects seeds of fear into the wearer’s targets, making them more prone to make increasingly irrational decisions.
  • Toa generally consider this mask immoral.
    Notable wearers: Makuta Polnoc

Mutuku, Mask of Emulation
Mutuku, Mask of Emulation

  • Enables the wearer to replicate any sentient being’s power for a limited time provided enough time was given to analyze the power.
  • Notable wearers: Toa Chinelle, Toa Pouks (reforged)

Navara, Mask of Rahi Control
Navara, Mask of Rahi Control

  • Enables the wearer to influence and control the minds of Rahi.
  • Notable wearers: Toa Beroh (modified), Toa Kualus (reforged)

Pehkui, Mask of Diminishment
Pehkui, Mask of Diminishment

  • Enables the wearer to shrink down to a minimum height of roughly 15 centimeters, their physical strength not shrinking in proportion to their size.
  • Notable wearers: Toa Norik (reforged), Emperor Sorean (noble)

Rewera, Mask of Anger
Rewera, Mask of Anger

  • Injects seeds of anger into the wearer’s targets, making them more prone to turn on each other.
  • Toa generally consider this mask immoral.
  • Notable wearers: Makuta Dybbuk

Rhyfe, Mask of Combat
Rhyfe, Mask of Combat

  • Enables the wearer to enable any feat or ability they observe that they are physically capable of replicating.
  • Toa are divided on this mask’s moral status, as while one should always be ready to fight, seeking out fights is generally discouraged.
  • Notable wearers: Makuta Osara

Roka, Mask of Stillkeeping
Roka, Mask of Stillkeeping

  • Enables the wearer to completely stop the movement of any object, even to the point of floating midair, until they let go.
  • Notable wearers: Toa Vojeryl

Sileni, Mask of Sensory Aptitude
Sileni, Mask of Sensory Aptitude

  • Enhances the wearer’s senses for a brief period of time.
  • Notable wearers: Toa Samari, Verodha (modified, powerless)

Suuri, Mask of Growth
Suuri, Mask of Growth

  • Enables the wearer to grow to a maximum height of roughly 20 meters, their physical strength rising in proportion to their size.
  • Notable wearers: Toa Bomonga (reforged)

Tagio, Mask of Intangibility
Tagio, Mask of Intangibility

  • Enables the wearer to alter their density, namely to become intangible and pass through solid objects.
  • Notable wearers: Toa Tuyet

Travix, Mask of Molecular Disruption
Travix, Mask of Molecular Disruption

  • Enables the wearer to alter the molecular structures of any inorganic object, ranging from melting the object to disintegrating it.
  • Toa generally consider this mask immoral.
  • Notable wearers: Toa Pavo

Vardia, Mask of Adaptation
Vardia, Mask of Adaptation

  • Senses the wearer’s environment and makes changes to their body accordingly. Greater changes require greater concentration.
  • Notable wearers: Toa Chorost, Toa Zaria

Weha, Mask of Division
Weha, Mask of Division

  • Enables the wearer to create multiple copies of themself, and regroup at any copy’s location.
  • Notable wearers: Toa Tahatai

Zanzan, Mask of Clairvoyance
Zanzan, Mask of Clairvoyance

  • Enables the wearer to see a vision of the near future. This mask does not grant the user ability to change the future, but said future isn’t always set in stone.
  • Notable wearers: Toa Gaaki, Makuta Minyak (shapeshifted)
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really cool masks

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always nice to see some masks!

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This is great! I love that someone has finally taken the time to clarify what some of these masks do. Thank you very much!

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ooh these are really cool! Nice that you gave the unnamed ones names.

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Where’s you get them

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