Days spand into months, as Kogaro never stops his pursuit of Inupa's kidnapper, nothing else comes to his mind in his singular goal, not even his well being. Unfortunately, he hits a snag in his pursuit. In his way, a stone wall, massive in scale, spanning for miles, and too high to climb, where the kidnapper is on the other side. There are claw marks to indicate that the kidnapper climbed over with ease, carrying Inupa along. This only fuels Kogaro's frustration
He tries his best to gather his thoughts, trying to think why such a thing is here. Thinking, he looks around and finds the first thing off. The tiny sand like rock that surround the wall, it's red ash, the kind of rock found around volcanoes. If such rock is around, and a wall surrounds this assumed volcano, then it's safe to say that Ta-matorans live here. The part that he can't wrap his head around is the size of wall, and it's stones. Even with a team of Ta-matorans there is no way this could have been built by them. You'd need a army filled with Toas of Stone, each wearing a Kanohi mask of strength, to even attempt such a wall! The other part is no gate or hint of how any traveling matorans or agori could get inside.
Feeling exhausted in thought, he decided to walk around this wall, and try to see if he could pick up the trail elsewhere. More time passes, and Kogaro is growing weary of his travels. Suppiles, strength, and the elements of the environment wear Kogaro thin, his will the only thing keeping him to continue. Eventually, Kogaro passes out, he falls as the sun burns on his metal body, and he falls asleep from pure exhaustion. With no sign of where the trail left off, could this be Kogaro's end!?