Tsu’tey trains his younger hunters the process of tsaheylu, the bonding with of two creatures. Every great Na’vi hunter must communicate with nature and the tsaheylu makes a deep neural connection with it. This ritual lets the Na’vi test their abilities and see if they earn the right to be a true warrior. Tsu’tey shows how to bond with a direhorse and lets his students try it out for themselves. But with the appearance of the humans and Jake Sully Tsu’tey worries about the clan’s future. However, Tsu’tey must focus on teaching his hunters to bond with a mountain banshee, a dangerous ritual that could result in death. With his pride and his student’s lives on the line, Tsu’tey prepares for an uneasy road ahead.
This latest issue goes into more specific passages for young Na’vi to become a respected warrior. Tsu’tey passes his teaches to the next generation of hunters, the same ways that were taught to him before. These traditions are honored and have a place in the balance of Pandora. Tsu’tey disdain for Jake Sully is further explored as a foreigner with evil intentions. Eytukan and Mo’at deciding Jake is deemed worthy to learn the ways of the Na’vi. While he cannot disobey Eytukan orders, Tsu’teydoesn’t fully trust Jake, secretly wishing for him to fail. Tsu’tey is torn between his duty to his clan and his growing hatred of Jake Sully. He honors the decisions of his elders, but cannot easily accept Jake as one of their own. But his limit with Jake and the Sky people will be tested in next month’s issue.