The problem with invisibility, [Vakama] had discovered, was that he could not see himself either. It was no easy trick to run when he couldn't see his feet.

–Narration, BIONICLE Adventures 5: Voyage of Fear

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Mask of Concealment
Power(s)Let user turn invisible but still cast a shadow
KanokaContraction; Enlargement; Freezing
Notable Wearer(s)Vakama

The Kanohi Huna was the Mask of Concealment. The Great Huna gave its user the power to turn completely invisible and grant them visual indetectability, but they still cast a shadow. The only difference between the Great and the Noble Huna was that the Noble Huna had a shorter duration of power. A Huna-wearer could only be detected by someone seeing their shadow or the usage of an Arthron, Elda or Rode.

Huna were carved out of a mixture of Enlarge, Shrink and Freeze Kanoka on Metru Nui.

Example Usages

Vakama using the Great Huna's Mask Power

Great: In BIONICLE 2: Legends of Metru Nui, Toa Metru Vakama used his Huna to shroud himself in invisibility to avoid having Makuta Teridax see him.
Noble: Turaga Vakama used his Huna to drive the Rahi Nui into a rage and trick it into running into a wall in BIONICLE Chronicles 4: Tales of the Masks.

Known Wearers


  • Toa Metru Vakama - Formerly; briefly lost when he became a Toa Hordika; transformed into its Noble variant when he became a Turaga.


Great Huna Hordika

  • Matoran Vakama - Formerly; transformed into its Great variant when he became a Toa Metru.
  • Balta
  • Sarda


  • Turaga Vakama - Primary mask
  • Turaga Nokama - Secondary mask
  • Turaga Matau - Secondary mask
  • Turaga Onewa - Secondary mask
  • Turaga Whenua - Secondary mask
  • Turaga Nuju - Secondary mask
  • The Toa Mata - Formerly secondary masks; lost when they became Toa Nuva, now with the Turaga.


Set Information

The Noble Huna was first released in orange in 2001, as part of the Turaga Vakama set. It was also released in the other colors of the Turaga: light blue, tan, dark grey, lime green and light grey, so the other Turaga could wear it. It was also released in the Muaka and Kane-Ra set in the color black, meant to represent an Infected Mask. It was also released in black-and-silver with the Tehutti set of 2004.

The Great Huna was first released in Vakama's Toa form set in 2004, and was also seen on his Toa Disk. It was later seen in 2005 as the Great Huna Hordika in Vakama's Toa Hordika form set. In 2006, the 2004 version was re-released with Balta, and later with Sarda in the following year; additionally, two dark green Great Huna Hordika were included as leg armor for Karzahni.

Legendary Kanohi
VahiIgnikaMask of Creation
Great/Noble Kanohi
Toa Mata HauKaukauMiruKakamaPakariAkaku (AkiRua)
Toa Metru HunaRauMahikiKomauRuruMatatu
Toa Inika CalixEldaSuletuSanokKadinIden
Toa Mahri ArthronFaxonZatthGaraiVolitakTryna
Toa Hagah PehkuiMask of ClairvoyanceKualsiMask of EmulationMask of GrowthMask of Rahi Control
Karda Nui Makuta JutlinAvsaFelnasMohtrekShelekCrast
Other Kanohi Infected KanohiGolden KanohiCopper Mask of VictoryMask of Elemental Energy
AvohkiiKraahkanMask of Light and ShadowKirilOlisiRodeOlmak
Mask of IntangibilityMask of PossibilitiesMask of Psychometry
Mask of MutationMask of CharismaMask of HealingMask of Scavenging
Mask of AdaptationMask of AgingMask of Biomechanics
Mask of ConjuringMask of FusionMask of Incomprehension
Mask of ReboundingMask of Sensory AptitudeMask of Undeath
Kanohi Nuva
Toa Nuva Hau NuvaKaukau NuvaMiru NuvaKakama NuvaPakari NuvaAkaku Nuva (Aki NuvaRua Nuva)
KanohiKranaKanohi NuvaKrana-KalKraataKanokaRhotukaZamor SpheresSquidsGolden Armor
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