In the sea of Udruko, not far from the archipelago of Bombago, lies the mysterious island of Udru, which gave the name
to the civilization that developed here. Despite the very little information about this civilization, what we do know is
that the people of Udruko (the Udriani) were a peaceful population of fishermen devoted to the cult of ancestral gods
and who assidiously followed the worst Brazilian soap operas.
Risking their lives, various explorers have, over the years, brought to light various pieces of evidence of the artistic and
cultural competence of the Udrian people: among these are a series of figures posing in a position of reflection that
represent the most widespread mythological divinities in Udrian culture (Indo, Undo, Ando, Endo).