When the game ends, we discover the life that thrives inside
the massive Hometree. The Omaticaya share a deep connection with our
moon Pandora. The natural world is part of them, and they are part of it
as well. They live inside the giant Hometree where they sleep, eat, weave,
dance, and celebrate their connection with Eywa.
Right now, though, the
Omaticaya are getting ready to guide their brothers Ralu and Entu into
adulthood. These two boys are about to experience the most important
moment of their young lives. In preparation for the two boys' initiation,
the Omaticaya execute a performance on a Giant Loom that evokes
Eywa weaving the connections between all living things.
Perhaps the most significant piece of Omaticaya culture is the Mother
Loom. It stands in a place of honor inside the Omaticaya home. For the
Omaticaya, time at the loom is just as much about the practice of craft as
it is about producing selfless joy. Each textile is the output of pure
enjoyment and happiness. This energy is weaved into each brilliant piece
and can create a serene force field of euphoria-like energy.