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Bohrok-skjolde (eng. Bohrok shields) er redskaber båret af af Bohrokerne. Hvert medlem af Bohrok-sværmene bærer et par racespecifikke skjolde gennem hvilke den kan kanalisere sine kræfter. Bohrok Shields are tools wielded by the Bohrok. Each member of the Bohrok swarms wields a pair of breed-specific shields through which it can channel its powers.[1][2] The shields may also be used defensively or for melee combat.Skabelon:CN

Liste over skjolde[]

Name Picture User Function
Fire Shield Fil:Set Fire Shield.PNG Tahnok Melt any substance on the island of Mata Nui[3]
Water Shield Fil:Set Water Shield.PNG Gahlok Draw water from any source and then redirect it at a target[4]
Acid Shield Fil:Acid Shield.png Lehvak Secrete a special acid that could eat through any substance on Mata Nui in a matter of seconds[5]
Stone Shield Fil:Set Stone Shield.PNG Pahrak Generate seismic energy strong enough to cause stone to crumble[6]
Earth Shield Fil:Set Earth Shield.PNG Nuhvok Weaken a structure from below, causing it to tumble down[7]
Ice Shield Fil:Ice Shield.png Kohrak Freeze anything, including open rock or open flames[8]

Example Usage[]

In Skabelon:ComicLink, a swarm of Tahnok used their Fire Shields to melt handholds into the wall of Tiro Canyon so they could climb out of it.

Set Information[]

The six Bohrok sets released in 2002 each contain a pair of Bohrok Shields. Each shield is composed of a single LEGO element.


  • According to the non-canonical The Coming of the Bohrok booklet included with BIONICLE: Bohrok Swarm, the shields of the Nuhvok and Lehvak are known as Hammer Shields and Crushing Shields, respectively.


  1. "Bohrok." Encyclopedia Updated, pp. 14-15.
  2. "Official Greg Dialogue," page 146, post 5835. BZPower.
  3. "Fire Shield." Encyclopedia Updated, p. 33.
  4. "Water Shield." Encyclopedia Updated, p. 156.
  5. "Acid Shield." Encyclopedia Updated, p. 7.
  6. "Pahrak." The Official Guide to BIONICLE.
  7. "Earth Shield." Encyclopedia Updated, p. 29.
  8. "Ice Shield." Encyclopedia Updated, p. 47.