Deep jungle, neighboring that of the Tawkami Clan
|Behind the scenes|
Toruk - The First Flight promotional website
The Kekunan are a Na'vi clan. Little is yet known about their way of life, but they are considered to have a greater skill at banshee riding than any other clan. They are known for their fast reflexes, cool composure and courageous heart that are all required to tame such a beast. They wear bright, boisterous colors, which is symbolic of their tribute and confidence with the creatures that sustain their way of life. The Kekunan love nothing more than to leap and dance from one floating mountain to another and urge their Kekunan brothers and sisters to further feats of daring.
Their children begin learning the skills behind banshee riding at a very early age, using toy banshees as educational tools to demonstrate physics and maneuvers. The Banshee Catcher, used by other clans including the Omaticaya, has its origins in Kekunan legend, as an invention of the first banshee rider Taronyu.
- Taronyu (possibly a mythical figure)
- While the existence of the clan was not unveiled until mid 2015, Kekunan craftsmanship was present as early as the first film in the form of clothing and other items used by the Omaticaya Clan. Notably, the battle band worn by Jake Sully during the Assault on the Tree of Souls was of Kekunan origin.
- The "Kekunan" and the "Ikran People of the Eastern Sea" may actually be titles that refer to the same clan.
|Clans||Anurai · Horse clan of the Plains · Ikran People of the Eastern Sea · Li'ona · Kekunan · Ni'awve · Omaticaya · Tawkami · Tipani|
|Armor||'Awvea Tsamsiyu · Eyktan · Helmet · Karyu · Nawm · Nawma Ni'awve · Nawma Taronyu · Taronyu · Tirea · Tsteu|
|Other clothing||Baby Carrier · Battle Band · Loincloth · Anurai Necklace · Rider's Mask · Sash|
|Culinary Items||Basket · Butchering Tool · Cooking Pot · Fire Pit (Tools) · Fish Yoke · Food Wrap · Ground Rack · Leaf Plate · Water Carrier|
|Music||Children's Songs · Hometree Songs · Hunt Songs · The Legend of Nok · Personal Songs · Pitches, Intervals and Scales · Social Songs|