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The Oohnorak was released as a canister-size set in the winter of 2005 in Europe, and in the summer of 2005 for North America. It contained 48 pieces, including a Rhotuka and Rhotuka launcher. Parts from the set could combine with pieces from Vohtarak to build a Gate Guardian, with Vohtarak and Keelerak to make a Parakrekks, and it could also be combined with the other five Visorak sets to make the Zivon.
A mini Oohnorak piece blended from glow-in-the-dark and black plastic was included in each of the 2005 playsets (Visorak Battle Ram, Tower of Toa, Battle of Metru Nui, and the non-canon Visorak's Gate). The front of its body featured unique mandibles and a clip fixed between the two allowing it to hook onto Visorak webbing pieces also included in the set.
The Oohnorak are a species of Visorak. They are not leaders, but followers, and great numbers of them were often used as a living ram when mechanical Visorak Battle Rams were unavailable. Oohnorak, however, aren't stupid. While their Rhotuka power isn't very aggressive, having the power to numb a foe so they can't escape, they also have the powers of mimicry and limited telepathy: Oohnorak can telepathically read the mind of a target, then mimic the voice of their target's companion, luring them into a trap.
Like all Visorak, they possess natural Rhotuka Launchers that fire spinners with the power to numb a foe, making escape impossible. A horde of Oohnorak once mimicked the voice of Nokama in distress, tricking Toa Hordika Matau into opening the door to an Airship hangar.
- Oohnorak is the physically smallest Visorak, setwise.
- Pulling the ripcord out of the launcher quickly will launch the spinner.
- Pressing down on its carapace will open and close it's pincers.
- The Oohnorak is the equivalent of a stone Visorak.
|Suukorak | Vohtarak | Boggarak | Roporak | Oohnorak | Keelerak | Kahgarak|