Enyari travellers

The nomadic Enyari people are a lively and merry folk. Music, dancing, stealing, bragging and drinking contests are all an integral part of their culture. Because of the vast river network of their homeland, which is, basically, a one big delta, they have, since time immemorial, used a rather unusual means of transport for their nomadic lifestyle - a simple kayak. For Enyari, the kayak is a faithful steed, a home, a celebratory table and a deathbed.

But inevitably, progress had reached the Enyari people, in the form of voyagers and merchants, who have introduced the nomads to the art of lighter than air flight. The Enyari were faschinated, to say the least - their wanderlust burning as never before, for they have finally discovered the means to venture beyond all the too familiar waterways of their land.
But their long entrenched beliefs and tradition did not easily give way. Instead of constructing new, more adapted to flight vehicles from scratch, they went with the good old proven kayak. Only a flying one.

So, one day, hundreds and thousands of those vessels veered into the sky, and took heading to every corner of the world. Wherever foreigners see a visiting enyari craft, they cheer and wave, looking forward to the entertainment it promises.
But beware, look after your pockets!

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