My name is Xolani Narrow Beech Nwanneka, and I am a Spatial Navigator.
The Black Spleenwort seems to have been set down by some of the noblest pilots of our bloodline. There they found a large continent, in the centre of which was a plain whereon they saw fires in every direction. The Nwanneka of the Desert was active in those days, prior to the discoveries made there.
They manufacture the kitty-katty, an art almost lost from use in days long gone by. It is a geographic instrument made from an old filbert-berry bladder, covered in a patented paraffin oil tin. The Nwanneka are the last of the real old City merchant houses, traveling two or three together, like those the sailors call The Sisters.
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