The Alosi’Dunakwa are a primitive tribe and believe in the embodiment of the spiritual in all things. The more massive or influential the element in question the more powerful its spirit is believed to be. The Alosi’Dunakwa see traces of these powerful spirits inside themselves as well as in others and naturally develop identities and opinions around them. Death is not feared by the Alosi’Dunakwa for when you die your spirit remains that it should bond with the land and strengthen those throughout it. The exception to this transcendence of soul are those that would tear your spirit from you and carry it away to feed on. The eaters of souls are an abomination and plague that needs to devour the spirits of others to survive as they have none of their own. The Zasada was put in place by the elders of the Alosi’Dunakwa to protect their tribe and preserve the integrity of the spirit world.