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#1 Tsanten Eywa 'eveng

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Posted 10 October 2011 - 07:42 PM

Kaltxi, ma tsmukan si tsmuke :D

my name is Tsanten Eywa 'eveng

I am going to talk about Real Life Na'vi Tribe. Maybe some of you haven't heard about it


okay, here is something, that is from a website called project-tribal.com, it is where you can read some info about Real Life Na'vi Tribe, but I'm going to post it here, you need to have Adobe Reader to see it, because, maybe some of you, are using a phone.


Our mission in Real Life Na'vi Tribe

The Real Life Tribe is a group of people looking to get back in touch
with nature by giving up the destructive use of modern technologies.
We are a people that believe in the value of living off the land and
particularly in a strong communal way of living. Through our actions
we aspire to show the world the rewards of truly sustainable living and
that all living things deserve a degree of respect.


Our intentions are to legally purchase a real estate property, on which
we will be able to form our culture. For meat, we hunt. For fruit or
vegetables, we either gather or farm. For water, we use natural
sources.


We aim to construct any buildings we may need using only materials
found onsite, and only using traditional techniques.
To make the Tribe safe and legal, however, we must compromise in
certain areas, shown below:
- Our location must not be more than two hours from the nearest
emergency services.
- Due to the multinational nature of our group, we must legally
immigrate to the host country.
- There will need to be an emergency centre onsite, constructed of
sturdy man-made materials, which will house all legal documents and
communications technology. Our aim is to have this station powered
by entirely renewable methods.


Current estimates suggest that the tribe’s trial run will begin in 2013-14.
Much of this time will be spent in either fundraising or training.

Current number of members: 17


here are something other:



Frequently asked questions


1. Will we live like the Na'Vi?
Answer: To an extent. We cannot exactly replicate their system, nor will we try to - this is all about creating something unique that other people can learn from.

2. I am from a country other than America, the UK or Australia. Can I join?
Answer: Of course! There will be no discrimination of race, gender, or sexuality amongst the Tribe. You will be among friends!

3. When will the tribe be set up?
Answer: Current estimates put the tribe 3 to 4 years in the future. Most of this time will be spent in training and in fundraising.

4. Will it cost me money?
Answer: Sad to say, yes. If you wish to join, then you will be expected to donate to the cause - however smallthe donation may be. In the end, though, the budget will be steep - and we need all the help we can get. Fundraising projects will be arranged in the future. Look at it this way - the more people join, the less each person will have to pay!

5. like the idea, but I might not be able to commit long term. Can I still contribute?
Answer: Certainly. Moving away from civilisation doesn't appeal to everyone, but every voice added to our song is helpful. If you know that you will be unable to follow us through to the end, then that is fine - doubtless you will still have much needed ideas and viewpoints.

6. Are you all crazy, Avatar obsessed wackos?
Answer: No. We were inspired by the film, not obsessed. This is a practical idea that requires serious input.


currently location, that can be possible is: Mauna Kea Ranch, Hawaii
cost: $3,7 million, this will be distributed on each member

OK, so more info, will probably come soon

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So that i posting this is that I want more people to join Real Life Na'vi Tribe, so just think about it,
and reply as soon as you can, If you will do this

I am going to do this, It will be very fun, you can be a taronyu if you want, a hunter, I am going to be it
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#2 Tsanten Eywa 'eveng

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Posted 08 April 2012 - 05:06 PM

About maybe 3 or 4 years time, we are ready to start the Real Life Na'vi Tribe

We have some things left, as a location
We have not decided location yet, but I hope we will soon find out where it will be best to be





Eywa ngahu

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#3 Kxaniä Txantstew Ahu Tirea Afewl

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Posted 09 April 2012 - 05:22 PM

I've seen so much about this :) I think it is an amazing idea. I assume you've joined, then?

"I did two things when I gave my heart away... One, I gave it to the wrong person, and two, I ripped another's right out of her chest and stomped on it. Now all I have are the pieces... Because death is a cruel bitch."

"Evil wakes in vengeance. Be careful what you choose" - Debora Kera Unger as "Dhalia Gillespie"

"Man who is not man, Na'vi who is not Na'vi. You are a puzzle, piece of Eywa's puzzle. I see you, Dreamwalker" - Lungoray from "Avatar: The Game"

"The one thing I hope to remember in this life is when I found shelter from the never-ending storm that rages within me. I found it in the form of a man, the devil's twin." - Grace Malcolm (From the novel that isn't finished)


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#4 Tsanten Eywa 'eveng

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Posted 10 April 2012 - 12:07 PM

View PostKxaniä Txantstew Ahu Tirea Afewl, on 09 April 2012 - 05:22 PM, said:

I've seen so much about this :) I think it is an amazing idea. I assume you've joined, then?

You bet I do

I have joined ^^ :cool:

I looking forward to it so much
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#5 Kxaniä Txantstew Ahu Tirea Afewl

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Posted 10 April 2012 - 05:00 PM

I'd love to join :) Might do that :) This looks amazing, though the price tag is pretty high.

"I did two things when I gave my heart away... One, I gave it to the wrong person, and two, I ripped another's right out of her chest and stomped on it. Now all I have are the pieces... Because death is a cruel bitch."

"Evil wakes in vengeance. Be careful what you choose" - Debora Kera Unger as "Dhalia Gillespie"

"Man who is not man, Na'vi who is not Na'vi. You are a puzzle, piece of Eywa's puzzle. I see you, Dreamwalker" - Lungoray from "Avatar: The Game"

"The one thing I hope to remember in this life is when I found shelter from the never-ending storm that rages within me. I found it in the form of a man, the devil's twin." - Grace Malcolm (From the novel that isn't finished)


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#6 Tsanten Eywa 'eveng

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Posted 21 May 2012 - 10:44 AM

These are some other locations that might be a possibility for our tribe
I have looked on the flora, fauna and the environment of these places


I am currently researching some places in Asia, which might be the best place, I wouldn't go to Africa, for an example, too much diseases there

The first place I searched on was Borneo island, neighbour island to Indonesia(north). I found out some information about the rainforest there. The rainforest on Borneo is 130 million years old, so it is the oldest rainforest in the world, it's over 15000 species of flowering plants with 3000 species of trees, 221 species of terrestrial mammals and 420 species of resident birds
Borneo rainforest is one of the only remaining natural habitats for the endangered Bornean Orangutan it is an important refuge for many endemic forest species, including the Asian elephant, the Sumatran Rhinoceros, the Bornean Clouded Leopard, the Hose's Civet and the Dayak Fruit Bat. The World Wide Fund for Nature has stated that 361 animal and plant species have been discovered in Borneo since 1996


And Borneo is the 3rd largest island in the world, after New Guinea which is the 2nd largest island in the world. and we all know that Australia is the largest in the world. But I don't see Australia as an island, I see on it as a continent, so I will say that New Guinea is the largest
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Posted 27 June 2012 - 06:01 PM

There is a new website now for the Real Life Na'vi Tribe :)

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