Banak and Nakba are Adamyans.
Their faces are never shown, for they cover their heads with barrel-shaped helmets.
Banak and Nakba were Adamyans who wore barrel-like helmets. It appears that they do not speak Enchan, making only odd noises instead of proper speech.
Following the Hathor invasion of Adamya, most of the remaining Adamyans fled to Lireo, including Banak and Nakba. They were playing around the room where Queen Minea and Aquil received and welcomed Imaw.
Imaw asked Banak and Nakba to accompany him so that he could make an offering to Emre in gratitude for the pregnancy of Minea.
During Pirena's childhood, Banak and Nakba sought to play with her, but she orders them to go away.
Banak and Nakba often dance around when Alena sings.
Banak and Nakba were with Danaya when they heard the voice of Adhara. They heard Danaya's rage at the voice, and seemed troubled when they heard her say pashnea. Danaya assured them she was not referring to them. They accompanied her when she attacked the Hathors at the border, though they fled behind her back once attacked.
Banak and Nakba saw Lira's cursed form near the woods of Sapiro. At first they were really scared at her since she is a different pashnea, but upon seeing Lira cry they decided to help her go back to Sapiro.
Alena seemed to ignore them while at Sapiro causing them sadness.
Rise of Etheria
Banak and Nakba became Alena's companions in their travel to Adamya. Before the feast in honor of Etheria, Banak and Nakba told Alena that their home is being terrorized by the Gunikar causing her to go back in Adamya.
- Banak and Nakba were portrayed by Mike "Pekto" Nacua and Rainier Castillo respectively in the second book of 2005-2006 series.
- In the original version, Banak and Nakba were normal Encantados. Upon helping the Sang'gres against Avria and Ether, they're cursed by Ether when she transformed them into Adamyans.
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