I have been wondering for a while: Is there a canonical difference between Lhikan's Hau and the Artakha Hau?
We can't really tell in the movies since the only hau in the entire trilogy is Lhikan's
Notice how both only have two side vents, Sound familiar?
Two side vents. Just like Jaller, and just like Lhikan.
But the Artakha Hau has three side vents
I mean we know there is a difference in the sets
But Let us not forget that these are two equally canonical depictions of Tahu in his "Mata" state
Clearly the sets are free to change.
So what is it?
I almost forgot to mention that Jaller wears a three-vented hau while shamelessly mounting a gukko
Clear discontinuity in design between set and movie.
Is there a aesthetic difference between the same mask crafted in different places?
- Canonical difference based on origin
- No canonical difference, only in sets
- Variations between wearers