A bird-like pakaquoia on stilt legs. It decorates itself with thick braids and many carved bone-chimes dangling from its shawl.

Resonant pakaquoia

Tradition: Naoksul (senke)

Status: Unknown

The sound of bones rattling beneath the canyon rim.

It is common knowledge that pakaquoia do not outlive their wearer. Some may arise to masks that have not been put to rest or disposed of properly, but the death of the mask always precedes its wearer.

And yet there are those who leave lasting impressions on the memory of the earth, who seem to haunt history beyond their allotted years; A ghost of a ghost. A mask without a face.