The Broken-Wing Ambassadors, the Four Ambassadors of Man, represent Mind, Body, Spirit and Void. They are one set of The Divine Concepts, a special caste of immortals meant to be physical representations of The Grande Scheme of Things.
Aten'gai is The Mind. The pommel of his dasuj features a pink gem said to be the origin of all ideas. He is quiet and calm, always calculating and exploring logical patterns of thought. When he speaks, it is with purpose and clarity to define something or thouroughly explain an idea. He is also an excellent liar, being skilled at understanding what will make someone believe him.
Rapp'Lu is The Body. The pommel of his dasuj features a red gem said to be unbreakable under any circumstances. It may also be disaterous if broken. He is a being of action and straightforwardness. Gesturing and "talking with his hands" are common and he will try to solve most problems physically.
Ouru'Ha is The Spirit. The pommel of his dasuj is a purple gem said to evoke all emotions in the world. He is a being of passion. He understands emotions and acts upon them. Often rash and unpredictable, he is often viewed as crazy.
Mox is The Void. He carries no dasuj. He is always unseen. He says nothing and in no way affects anything. He does not exist. Mox is the most important Ambassador, for he brings peace from immortality.
The Ambassadors' Plans:
The Broken Wing Ambassadors, the Three Existors of Man and Their Uncalled Brother, plan to create The Void known to them as Mox. The Ambassadors will become Four and they will be at peace. No longer forced to represent the Materials of Man, they can happily cease to exist as will Every Thing.
The Path they follow to achieve this goal is three-fold.
Aten'gai seeks to make every Man question his intelligence, to instill self-doubt in his patterns of thought, make him a follower of those he considers smarter than he (Which would ideally be everyone).
Rapp'Lu seeks to make every Man doubt his body, to fear it may fail or is not up to any tasks. They should allow a better Man to do the jobs of the body.
Ouru'Ha seeks to make every Man weak of spirit. They must cast aside emotions, for they make a Man do unwanted things. Control is to be desired, so remove the soul.
Mox seeks to exist. When The Void exists nothing exists.
This is a nice, solid, bit of dungeoning. I've been reading a few of the 5-Room-Dungeons and I really like the format. This is a great simple example. There are a few questions, that are easily filled in by the reader's mind with plenty of variations, and a few things I would change, but they are easy changes to make. Good work.