In our detour, we visited the valley of Anovar, home of the exalted yet formidable Isedel Lake. The mineral water was known to be highly addictive. Afterward, we passed through the dense forest and made our way to the southern heights of Elolea. We were greeted by parading herds of Chaifah and Frassonces, and then came the Flying Mountain Cudos, the tallest of which was 15 metres tall and weighed 500 kilos. The Cudo is deep red-violet. It can also be found in shades of fuschia, carmine, heliotrope, and lavender. It is very rare, and the milk can bring rejuvenation, psychic healing, balance, and optimism. We merged with the other Chaifah to enjoy the show as they flew past us.