The Four Elements of the Lenape Tribe, when combined, grant god-like powers to the wielder.
Harnessing the power of the Four Elements is achieved by bringing together four sculptures, each representing one of the classical elements.
The Lenape are organized bands of Native American peoples with shared cultural and linguistic characteristics. At the time of European contact in the 16th and 17th centuries, the Lenape lived in the area known as Lenapehoking, roughly the area around and between the Delaware and lower Hudson Rivers. They spoke two related languages in the Algonquian subfamily, collectively known as the Delaware languages: Unami and Munsee.
The Lenape Tribe describe a man, a man who shall have the power of Nature herself; with the water of eternal life, the power to blow as the wind, the strength of the Earth, and the power of fire. When someone drinks the water of eternal life, wields the arrow of the wind, brushes up against the Earth of strength, and wield the firestone of fire, the "transformation is complete" and it is implied that this person gains god-like status and capabilities.
Real World ConnectionsEdit
The elements of the Lenape tribe reflect the four Classical elements of Earth, Air, Fire, and Water.