A vast amount of study is yet to take place regarding the Ejskan ruins surrounding the White Mesas area. In addition to the major known devotional artworks officially catalogued by the sages of Nulspire, it is generally agreed that the innumerable columnar features and statues of cloaked figures which litter the landscape with little understood pattern are also likely Ejskan, owing to the stylistic consistency of the stonework.

The hands, however, are another matter, as a growing contingent of would-be ‘experts’ claim the hands to have been planted as recently as ca Jassal 500 by the residents of Amnu themselves, in an effort to support their dying tourist trap—despite the complete lack of evidence to support this.