So, I was watching though MNOG 2 with Meso and Eljay, and I noted that he wants to read everything. So I have decided to play through the game myself and translate everything that I come across. I will post a picture of the text and then give the translation.
These first two posts should cover everything in Ga-Koro that Meso could have been able to find by this time.
Things to do today: Make flax!
Blue sea...A ruki leaps...The sound of water.
Okoth's Bargain Barter: You want it... we got it! (and vice versa)
Ga-Koro Kohlii Field
Ga-Koro Ferrylines: Ferry to Po-Koro (closed), Ferry to Ta-Koro (closed)
Do not disturb
The History of Kohlii part 1: The first game of kohlii on Mata Nui was Turaga Onewa and Turaga Whenua's idea. It was intended to settle a dispute between Onu-Matoran miners and Po-Matoran carvers, after a comment from one of the miners about the quality of certain carvings.
The History of Kohlii part 2: The Po-Matoran took exception to the remark and blamed the miners for poor quality stone. The disagreement escalated until rocks, shovels, and hammers started flying between the two camps, forcing the Turaga to step in and put a stop to the conflict.
The History of Kohlii part 3: To resolve it, they devised a competition, according to 10 simple rules.The 11th rule, or so-called "new rule," was established when some fields began to suffer pitch invasions by dangerous rahi. The rule was further expanded with the Onu-Koro addendum after an incident involving the local ussalry during a mounted crab match.
The History of Kohlii part 4: During the time of the Bohrok swarms, the game evolved into what is now called kohlii. Many attribute this changing of the game to an incident that occurred during the Bohrok invasion of Ga-Koro, when Hewkii used a Ga-Matoran fishing staff to save Macku from a falling rock. Since then, players have adopted the use of the kohlii stick and the rules have been changed to accommodate it.
The History of Kohlii part 5: Kohlii has become a staple of Matoran life, and a great occasion for celebration. Many believe it to be a fitting representation of the three virtues of unity, duty, and destiny. It is particularly important to the Po-Matoran that have become undisputed champions season after season. Pohatu, the Toa of Po-Koro, is the patron Toa of kohlii.