It's a little difficult as it requires a flat surface but it is very fun for those to play.
A net made from weaved reeds and vines. A ball made from mud, vines, leaves and clay. Clayed sticks to mark the playing field.
There is usually 6 on each team with a 7th at the goal to keep the weaveball out.
Every time the ball goes into the crossing/net, a point is scored. If the game does not have a time limit, it'll usually end after 7 points.
Attacking other players can cause the game to end.
You get 10 points or your team has the most points after the time limit is up.
The game can last as much as an entire day depending on the occasion.
There isn't really any place you need to be.
Broken paws, dislocated paws, scabbed noses and bitten tongues are most common.
The spine, legs and neck are important to hit the ball.
Each team will wear a kind of shirt or cape, all of which have feathers from a colourful bird so everyone knows who is on whose team.
It is the main sport of Nesri and is popular in other countries.
The Flying Hippos (Grey). The Stark Bats (Black). The Mysterious Stags (Brown). The Thunder Comets (Orange).