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Re: Our Na'vi Tribe (discussion & pre-planning)
« Reply #40 on: January 11, 2010, 12:17:18 pm »
Add me please Txontaw, since I officially started the discussion >.>


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Re: Our Na'vi Tribe (discussion & pre-planning)
« Reply #41 on: January 11, 2010, 12:18:28 pm »
Sorry, I haven't really been updating the list, as I am in school and pressed for time. I will when I get home. :P
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Re: Our Na'vi Tribe (discussion & pre-planning)
« Reply #42 on: January 11, 2010, 12:41:41 pm »
And also: I'm training to become a medic.  I'm in an EMT course right now, and I will learn as much as possible before this comes to a fruition.  I will also gather many books to help us, and medical resources. 
Once we decide about the place we will settle, we should learn about all the natural flora and fauna in the area.  We all need to learn the essential skills, not just a few of us.  I advise everyone to take a basic CPR course, perhaps learn a bit more.  I'll be taking classes and seminars on treating gunshot wounds, trauma treatment, and battle wounds.  I will also take a few on birthing.  Yeah, I've thought about it.  Remember, there will be no drugs, those girls that are interested.  Consider that! ha.

Teio: You are awesome, ma tsmukan.  You will be a good addition to the tribe.  Are you going to join?  I sure hope so.  <3 
Sanumeyu: :D I'm very glad.

I think that we should be someplace that is mostly warm all year round, most certainly never snows.  I don't know about you, but I dislike being cold.  And I know my daughter dislikes it too.  She tells me often, lol.  In any case, we need to have access to clean water.  That's a basic.  Being at the base or near a mountain, or even in a valley would be awesome.  The weather might be iffy, but the land will be fertile, and the water will be awesome.

And, I agree with whoever said that we need to integrate the values of the Gaia tribe NOW.  We need to set an example for everyone else, and we need to spread our cause.

Yes, as I suggested originally in the other thread, we need to make sure we all get along.  We need to get together at least a few times in the time prior to our tribe setting up.  I do like the idea of having a trial period.  Perfect.  Besides, I want to meet you all.

For record: I'm short, and my daughter will be short as well, because her dad is >.> sorry guys.  But in any case... everyone else seems to be tall. So.  But on the good side, we're skinny :] So.

And its alright.  Add me to the list as the healer/medic, k?  Irayo Txontaw


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Re: Our Na'vi Tribe (discussion & pre-planning)
« Reply #43 on: January 12, 2010, 08:13:08 am »
I'm not sure how my parents would react if we got together while I'm still in high school. Perhaps train for 3 years, and meet during the 4th? I should be off to college during that 4th year.

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Re: Our Na'vi Tribe (discussion & pre-planning)
« Reply #44 on: January 12, 2010, 09:28:25 am »
Yeah, we're planning to start meeting in four years, and then meet every year for a few years, then consider a permanent move.

It may take a while before this actually happens, as I think my parents would hate me if I did not complete collage.
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Re: Our Na'vi Tribe (discussion & pre-planning)
« Reply #45 on: January 12, 2010, 10:04:01 am »
Well,in 4 years I'l be outta high school and stuff like that, I obtain at least £5000 when I'm 18 I believe so getting to our location should be easy for me. In those 4 years? I'm gonna push myself beyond my limits, I know there is a small but decent wood near my place, I always used to climb massive trees when I was young, certainly the height that would be enough to kill me, haha. I'm going to practice running barefoot through the wood, swiftly so eventually I'l be able to sprint through a forest without tripping or hitting anything. I'm gonna hit the gym also and practice bow crafting and shooting. I really liked the design of Neytiri's fathers bow. I don't think I'l be going to college because of doing this, na'vi like tribe life > college life for me  ;)

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Re: Our Na'vi Tribe (discussion & pre-planning)
« Reply #46 on: January 12, 2010, 10:07:43 am »
it depends where itll be id love to join but i dont wanna kill teh planet by thaveling halfway around teh world





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Re: Our Na'vi Tribe (discussion & pre-planning)
« Reply #47 on: January 12, 2010, 10:08:50 am »
Yeah, I don't know how possible it is with earth materials, though. We should also look into figuring out an efficient way to hold three arrows on the front of the bow.

So, here is our schedule so far;

We all get to a height of physical training - ~4 years (2014)

Once a year, we meet and bond together as a group, and practice our tribal skills (maybe, for a month, on some secluded camp ground or something - ~5 years (2019)

If we're sure it will work, we research a place to set up a permanent tribe. If all goes well, we should be in business in 2021.

It's quite a while, but if we stay connected, the time will fly by. So we have ten years to make this happen. Let's make this happen!

it depends where itll be id love to join but i dont wanna kill teh planet by thaveling halfway around teh world

You're not killing the planet by taking one plane trip. You don't have to be green paranoid, just green conscious.

Couple of links to ways to easily become greener: http://www.worldwatch.org/node/3915

http://www.wisebread.com/10-ways-to-go-green-and-save-money-at-the-same-time
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Re: Our Na'vi Tribe (discussion & pre-planning)
« Reply #48 on: January 12, 2010, 10:12:26 am »
Sounds absolutely awesome! Time limits are realistic and by that time I think most people will be out of school and be over 18.


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Re: Our Na'vi Tribe (discussion & pre-planning)
« Reply #49 on: January 12, 2010, 10:16:15 am »
Nice signature Tawioang. It's my desktop pic right now :P
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Re: Our Na'vi Tribe (discussion & pre-planning)
« Reply #50 on: January 12, 2010, 10:17:55 am »
well 4 years might even put me through uni if i dont have a gap year so il be about 20 something, i know how to gut fish and im half decent at archery. but a concern of mine is about the venomous animals in a jungle would we by lots of vaccines to be sure. and would we have have the same sort of tribal construction as the Na'Vi with a tribe leader and if so how would he she be chosen????

but this is just me like you said we have 4 years to planb all of this cause im definately interested





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Re: Our Na'vi Tribe (discussion & pre-planning)
« Reply #51 on: January 12, 2010, 10:36:11 am »
Sounds good. Timeline is good.
Would allow us to save up some money, learn more Na'vi along with the possibility of more being release, and get our plan/clan straightend up.
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Re: Our Na'vi Tribe (discussion & pre-planning)
« Reply #52 on: January 12, 2010, 12:15:59 pm »
Even if you do go properly tribal, there is no need to forsake technology and science completely. It would be a good idea to bring a lot of medical supplies, and possibly a method of producing electricity for a few odds and ends.

If this works, it will be awesome, and if you stay long enough to get a second generation then it will be a welcome change from current society and i'm sure others would flock to join.

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Re: Our Na'vi Tribe (discussion & pre-planning)
« Reply #53 on: January 12, 2010, 12:22:03 pm »
Yes I do think we should worry about the construction of the tribe structure.  I think it should be similar to that of the Na'vi, but I'm torn between that and a democracy type system.  Please put in input, everyone.  This is very important!

As for the timeline: Let's be real.  I'll be 31 by then [ack! >.<] and Vi will be 12... almost 13.  I don't think I'll be able to drag a teen into the jungle to live with a tribe... unless we start something now.  Yes, during the warmer months I will have her outside all the time.  I also have her father to consider... >.> So for a few years into the tribe I might have to make trips out with her, or we might have a visitor.  Just a heads up.
Secondly, I think once we get the basics set up we should try to get together, if not all of us, then some of us.  I know I will be able to, as long as its within the US and I have ample time to take off of work, etc.  I know not everyone on here is underage, but I understand that many are.
Thirdly, I think we should set up what we need people to learn.  Weaving, hunting, stealth, fishing, construction... the list goes on.  We need to finalise the list so that we are realistic about this and know what we need to learn.  If everyone masters at least one thing, I'll think we'll be golden.

As for college [a few people mentioned it]: if you are forced to go by your parents, or w/e, then make sure its something useful!  A lawyer or someone with legal knowledge would be nice, but there's some things out there that we wouldn't be able to use...
Also, scientists aren't a bad option.  It'll lend us an upper hand in understanding when things are going to happen, and also lend us knowledge into our surrounding and the wildlife.  Of course, not necessary, but useful.

:] Irayo.  Think that's all atm.


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Re: Our Na'vi Tribe (discussion & pre-planning)
« Reply #54 on: January 12, 2010, 12:28:22 pm »
going with your stealth point if your barefoot its allot easier. some may call me a murderer but i got roost shooting for pidgeons and rooks ect. iv found that even with a 20 bore shotgun if you go barefoot then the birds dont actually hear you until you shoot them. iv also been deer stalking which makes me a very patient person. im not trying to talk myself up here im only 17 but shooting hunting (limited fishing experience) archery (again limited) i have been doing for years.

so stealth wont be an issue but getting out to the US will my paretns are over protective so wether i can go
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Re: Our Na'vi Tribe (discussion & pre-planning)
« Reply #55 on: January 12, 2010, 12:32:18 pm »
going with your stealth point if your barefoot its allot easier. some may call me a murderer but i got roost shooting for pidgeons and rooks ect. iv found that even with a 20 bore shotgun if you go barefoot then the birds dont actually hear you until you shoot them. iv also been deer stalking which makes me a very patient person. im not trying to talk myself up here im only 17 but shooting hunting (limited fishing experience) archery (again limited) i have been doing for years.

so stealth wont be an issue but getting out to the US will my paretns are over protective so wether i can go
" because there are gonna be a bunch of us who all wanna learn Na'Vi "i dont know if itll cut it

Well, your services would be helpful :]
If you're over 18 and have the money, btw, they can't stop you.  Just letting you know.  I mean, if you wanna keep up the relationships, you might have to talk them into it.  But.
I mean, I'm 20 with a kid and I know I'll have to talk my parents into it ^^ lol.  But by then I'll have mucho money and stuffs and they'll be dying to get me out of the house and use our rooms as like... I dunno.  Something fun. lol.

Anyway, can your try and work more on bow? ^^ I think that's gonna be the primary weapons, yes?


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Re: Our Na'vi Tribe (discussion & pre-planning)
« Reply #56 on: January 12, 2010, 12:41:32 pm »
well yeah it probably is but knife skills will be useful as well i think

im 17 btw but i think i might be able to raise teh money for one trip if one goes ahaead





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Re: Our Na'vi Tribe (discussion & pre-planning)
« Reply #57 on: January 12, 2010, 12:43:21 pm »
I think we should have the tribe structure similar to the Na'vi , but that's just my opinion. Twonyu Ikranä
, those skills would come in useful but I believe we should only kill animals for necessary survival, I think we should avoid killing them at all cost, except in cases of self defence. I agree with having medical supplies, but I'm not to fond of having electricity.

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Re: Our Na'vi Tribe (discussion & pre-planning)
« Reply #58 on: January 12, 2010, 12:48:39 pm »
thanks Tawioang
i agree with you about the structure and about the killing, another thing does anyone know what animals are edible in het jungle that arent going to fight back if we shoot them with arrows just a problem i could see. and electrisity may be useful for when we build only a few generators tthen we could get rid of them when we dont need them





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Re: Our Na'vi Tribe (discussion & pre-planning)
« Reply #59 on: January 12, 2010, 12:50:20 pm »
The first few camp style trips will probably have to be regional, too-- western US, eastern US, a couple European camps, etc. Those lucky few with the spare dollars/Euros/yuan to hop the pond can choose which ones they wish to participate in.

For a Western American camp, I'd recommend anywhere in the Washington, Oregon, Idaho, or possibly Utah areas. There are some nice spots in Idaho I went to as a kid that I could scout out. Washington and Oregon have actual rainforest areas (Olympic Penninsula in Washington would be good) but let's not neglect other sites of natural and awesome beauty such as Moab in Utah. Not very Pandora-ish but I think a lot of Pandora is a frame of mind anyway.

A week, I'd recommend, in a warm summer month.

Those of us scouting sites might want to post pictures on the board at some point and list draws and drawbacks. Water availability will be a consideration; if we have to pack in our own that'll need to be mentioned. Toilet facilities, woodfire cooking allowed or not, etc. Also check on things like medical facilities nearby if needed, animals to be mindful of in the area, etc.

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