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Agima
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Toa
Group Toa Zephin
Element Fire
Powers Fire
Kanohi Unknown
Tools Swords
Status Alive
Location Talinar
Pronunciation AG-ih-mah


Agima is a Toa of Fire from the Altronia Continuity.

BiographyEdit

Agima was a Ta-Matoran on Metru Nui, and was part of a group of Matoran who left on a mission of exploration. He was turned into a Toa by Toa Talon, along with two others. After the arrival on an island they found, they were informed by its Makuta, Anranok, that it was called Talinar.

Over several years, they built a city, Zephincor, and several smaller villages. It was decided that their Toa team would be called the Toa Zephin, and Agima would be the leader.

About ten years before Teridax gained control of the Brotherhood of Makuta, Agima suggested that Zephincor create a security force, since the Toa Zephin were often busy helping in the villages. The Zephincor Security Force was created, and, when Talon refused to, Agima picked the commander of the ZSF.

Roughly nine years later, Anranok, used his Rahi control powers to capture Rahi and give them infected masks. He then unleashed the Rahi all over Talinar, and Agima was forced to spend a great deal of his time protecting the villages. Fortunately for him and his team, Zalkatrex learned of the situation and decided to help. Although a little skeptical, Agima was very grateful for his aid.

Powers and EquipmentEdit

Agima has the power over fire common to all Toa of that element. His mask has not yet been seen in use, and therefore its power is unknown. He possesses dual swords.

Personality and TraitsEdit

He is a justice-loving Toa, and puts a lot of trust in his friends. His time as a leader of a Toa team, as well as leading them through many hard times and fights, has hardened him somewhat. He is still assertive and a good strategic thinker, though.

TriviaEdit

  • Agima's team name has so far only been mentioned once in the story.
  • He has only appeared in one flashback to date. He will appear in more, and, thus, have more to put on his page.