Hiya, this is about a 40-Year-Old Kanae sport that was previously discussed in this topic.
Games happen over stadiums – 8 floating islands with a trampoline-like net for fun/safety.
There is one ball - the Bryha, a small Rahi (snitch). The Bryha is used to end the current of the three game segments. A segment lasts a maximum of 20 minutes, but the catching of the Bryha prematurely ends it. Players are put into teams. There are three roles - The spinners, who guard the three hoops at their end of the field while riding Rohtuka discs, the Spirits, who try to fly through the opposing teams hoops to gain points with Gukko suits, and the Ender (For now), who looks for the Bryha and tries to get it before the opposing team on a glider. There are 7 players on each team.
1 - There are 7 players per team, for a total of 14 players in-game. Positions on teams are as follows:
Spinners (2): defend the hoops used for scoring.
Spirits (4): attempt to score points for the team.
Ender (1): responsible for prematurely ending each segment.
2 - Equipment is as follows for each player:
Rhotuka (Spinners): disc-like equipment meant for gliding and blocking players from scoring.
Gukko-Suits (Spirits): aerodynamic suits used for Gukko players to fly.
Glider (Ender): used for high-speed flight to catch the Bryha.
Bryha (Ender): small, bird-like Rahi used to prematurely end segments.
3 - Matches are comprised of 3 segments, each segment lasting a maximum of 20 minutes. The Ender can prematurely end each segment by capturing the Bryha.
4 - Points are scored by Spirits flying through hoops, which are guarded by the Spinners. Spinners are allowed to fly in front of Spirits to block their path of travel using the underside of the Rhotuka.
5 - Physical contact is allowed, such as pushing or grappling, but damage to equipment results in the player(s) responsible being ejected from the game. Players ejected must be replaced.