The small Yobbo tribe, living just off of the Delaware River, looked up to their sacred creator, the bison. The bison, who went by the name of Nado, was a constant reminder to never be greedy. Settling with only three horses, Chief distributed three acres of land and three supplies of crop to each tribe member. Living happily among one another, everyone was content with their share of supply, almost everyone.
At about three in the afternoon, Bear, a tribe member wasteful of his resources, approached chief asking for another share of crops. "No," the chief said, "be thankful for what you have been given." After being declined his request, he trekked through the light rain back to his land. In his own mind, what he was given was not enough. Bear anxiously awaited for the tribe to go on their daily hunt.
Once Bear was confident the tribe had left, he entered Chief's tepee quickly and stole another share of crop. As he exited, the light rained turned into a torrential downpour. Ferocious winds and a large, cloudy mass was seen approaching the settlement. What the Chief later called a "Tornado" tore through the town, wiping out almost all of their resources and many of the tribe members.
After hiding in his land from the forces outside, Bear approached the outside again to find everything he once knew, devastated. With ruins scattered across their settlement, unsure of what had become, the remainders of the tribe were seen returning in the distance, realizing they had lost everything they had.
Bear, being the only one left with minimal resources, hurried back to his remaining tribe members, supplying them with the scarce supply he had left. Soon, sun peaked through the once gray clouds upon the untied Yobbo tribe, reminding them that anything can be taken away in an instant if you are greedy and unappreciative of what you have.
Emily Weiland, Lexi Strobel, Haley Vesek, Nick Snopeck