Umili jahmka t’rusu
Various. Largest are roughly thirteen feet high
Entertainment during social events or work
|Behind the Scenes|
Pole drums are similar to women’s meal mashing poles in that both are played in an interlocking pattern. Some of the poles are played singly. Others are lashed together in pairs of differing sizes. When pounded on the ground, the different lengths of the drum tubes create different pitches. Although a melody is created by the interlocking pitches, the Na'vi do not use these drums to create specific melodies.
- Pandorapedia - Pole Drums article