The Man with Feathers is a mythical figure of the Nanarulamuts, it is known that there are similar stories among the Handapachis, Kanic-speaking peoples, some Akuri peoples and some Songke-speaking peoples.
Although some mythological sources claim that the Man with Feathers was a half-man half-bird, but it is much more likely that The Man with Feathers was a man who always wore a robe made of feathers.
There are many versions about the legend of the Man with Feathers, but all tales about the Man with Feathers agree that the Man with Feathers was a descendant of the royal family of the Zempachi kingdom Kihan Kuka, and all tales generally agree that the Man with Feathers led a group of people running away from the the Zempachiland(the land where the Zempachi peoples once lived), faring east by a sea.
In the legend of Nanarulamuts, the Man with Feathers was the first king of the Kingdom of Nanarulamut, it is believed that all kings and queens of the Kingdom of Nanarulamut are descendants of the Man with Feathers, legend has it that he saved a group of slaves, leading them runnning away from a tyrant, having an adventure on the sea where he killed a giant monsterous fish and finally arrived the estuary of the Fish River. The legend of Nanarulamuts also claimed that he brought iron-working to the ancestors of the Nanarulamuts and was the inventor of the Utayri Nanarulamut, bringing civilization to them. The Man with Feathers later became the chief of the ancestors of the Nanarulamuts, leading them to conquer the tribes on the Bawim islands, and then established the Kingdom of Nanarulamut on the Bawim islands.
The sources of the Handapachis have a much more negative description about the Man with Feathers, the Handapachi legend claims that the Man with Feathers was an evil wizard, he tried to reestablish the the Zempachi kingdom Kihan Kuka, so he used black magic to manipulate people to work for him, but his conspiracy failed, so the Man with Feathers eventually ran away to the sea with his assistants and disappeared.