A few moments later, Seihu saw the three Toa near a stone pillar at the area where the Ko-Metru chute station was; Vakama was sitting on the ground in a contemplative fashion with the disks, Nokama and Matau in a conversation. He didn’t meet up with them, but he saw them from a distance. Just then, he saw Vakama pointed up to the sky as he talked to Nokama.
Vakama exclaimed, “Look, Toa Lhikan’s spirit star.”
Seihu looked up at the sky as well in curiosity and saw a gold star flying.
“As long as the star burns in the night sky, Toa Lhikan remains alive”. Vakama assured.
Nokama spoke, “It is heading towards Po-Metru”.
“What about our captured Toa-Brothers?” Matau asked impatiently.
“We need Toa Lhikan to stop Turaga Dume and free the other Toa.” Vakama firmly suggested.
“And how do you suppose we quick-catch a spirit star?” Matau snapped again.
Seeing a Vahki transport, Nokama suggested to Matau, “Perhaps a way has been revealed, rider”
The two Toa went to the Vahki transport followed by Vakama.
Seihu was about to leave for Po-Metru when all of a sudden he heard an explosion. Seihu went on one of the stone pillars to see what it was. He turned to the Kanoka Research center in Ko-Metru, and saw three Skakdi thieves break in and steal Kanoka disks.
The explosives were enough to set off such a noise that even the Ice Bats would freak out.
“I may not have time for this, yet they do”. Seihu sighed, “Time to get this over with”.
Seihu jumped from pillar to pillar and slid down an icy incline to catch up with them.
“That was great; we ought to do it again sometime!” One of the Skakdi giggled.
“We will get to again, just like in Xia” The other Skakdi grinned.
Just when they were about to make their getaway on their jet bikes, Seihu jumped in between them and stood up, with his hands crossed.
Seihu turned his face to make eye contact with them.
“I know those disks were not on sale” Seihu said as his eyes darted to them.
The Skakdi in the center threatened, “Neither is your life, but we’ll take that anyway if you do not stand aside and let us have our fun”
The two other Skakdi got their weapons out as the leader said this.
Seihu shook his head in regret, for them, and turned his back. Using the snow he picked up while landing, he threw snow at all three of the Skakdi’s eyes.
Seihu threw one of his boomerangs to his side, knocking away the Skakdi’s weapons one by one. Seihu flipped over one Skakdi and kicked him in back legs and threw him at the other Skakdi. The Skakdi on the right of Seihu took off the snow from his eyes then went to punch Seihu, only for Seihu to block and connect a punch and uppercut to the Skakdi. The two other Skakdi ran to take out Seihu. Catching on, Seihu blocked and counter attacked one Skakdi, kicked the other Skakdi, and flipped the other one. All three Skakdi were in pain as they struggled to stand up and pick up their weapons,
Once they picked up their weapons, Seihu, who was not amused or impressed, got out his Protosteel sticks. The Skakdi proceeded with various slashing and cutting techniques with their weapons, but Seihu’s fast but focused techniques were able to allow him to deflect their attacks. Seihu then moved aside and whacked the leg and face of the side Skakdi with his sticks and hit the center Skakdi in the belly and the face. The two Skakdi fell by Seihu’s side. Seihu put one of his sticks back in his back and walked towards the remaining Skakdi who tried to run and stab at Seihu. Seihu unscrewed his stick as he evaded the slash of the Skakdi, and used his nunchucks to land a swift but sharp blow to the Skakdi.
All three Skakdi were left feeling lightheaded after the fight, pun intended.
Seihu heard some Vahki arriving, so he got a nearby net and tied the Skakdi up and ran off to Po-Metru.
The Vahki arrived on the scene and only saw the Skakdi tied up with the sack of stolen Kanoka disks next to them.
If the Vahki had emotions, they would be confused, but they brought the beaten up Skakdi in and took back the Kanoka disks.
“They may not have bought the disks, but they sure bought me some time” Seihu muttered under his breath as he caught up with a Vahki transport to Po-Metru.
By the time Seihu arrived to Po-Metru, it looked like a Kikanalo stampede occurred. Seihu went to go investigate this further.