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Wind-Dancer, a Native American chief for the Seaside Falcon tribe was thought of as the most kind and responsible. One day on his morning walk, he noticed the animals acting strange and sitting around the entrance of a cave.
When approaching the cave he heard a voice that said, "Enter the cave and take the riches, but remember to share, or your life as you know it will soon become unbearable, and you will experience only pain." He listened carefully and found the gem.
Wind-Dancer returned to the village and showed the villagers the gem. The villagers regarded him as a god. Wind-Dancer believed that because of the gem he ruled all tribes.He proclaimed leadership and his tribe prospered.
The Wakita tribe grew jealous of the Seaside Falcons prosperity. The Wakita demanded that Wind-Dancer and the Seaside Falcon tribe share the gem. Wind-Dancer refused to share for he found it, and it was his tribe that was most important to him.
After refusing to share, famine hits the village. People leave the village and become lost in the woods. Wind-Dancer realizes that he caused this and got rid of the gem. He throws the gem into a hole and returns to where the village used to be.
Wind-Dancer runs for his life and gets out of the village entrance before it gets blocked off by the falling boulders. From that day forward, Wind-Dancer vows to protect the earth and it’s hidden artifacts. He wanders alone due to the shame of destroying the village.
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