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Lenne
Letmathe-Lennebruecke1-Asio.JPG
The Lenne in Iserlohn-Letmathe.
Origin Sauerland
Mouth Ruhr
51°24′54″N 7°29′31″E / 51.415°N 7.49194°E / 51.415; 7.49194Coordinates: 51°24′54″N 7°29′31″E / 51.415°N 7.49194°E / 51.415; 7.49194
Basin countries Germany
Length 128 km
Source elevation 819 m
Avg. discharge 25 m³/s
Basin area 1,353 km²

The Lenne is a river in the Sauerland area in North Rhine-Westphalia, western Germany, a left tributary of the Ruhr.

Having its source on top of the Kahler Asten near Winterberg in an intermittent spring at an elevation of 2,687 feet, the Lenne ends after a course of 128 km flowing into the Ruhr river near the city of Hagen. With an average discharge of 25 m³/s near its mouth, it is the main tributary of the Ruhr. Both rivers are quite close to each other at their sources, but spread to different routes until they meet again in Hagen. Towns along the Lenne are Schmallenberg, Lennestadt, Finnentrop, Werdohl, Altena and Hagen. The lower part of the Lenne valley is characterized by great altitude differences to the surrounding plateaus and by a concentration of small-scale industry along the river.

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Lenne


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Game Series Final Fantasy series
1st Appearance Final Fantasy X-2
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Lenne appears only in X-2. A famous singer-summoner from Zanarkand during the age of the Machina War, and Shuyin's lover. She was forced to the front lines to fight along with the other summoners in the city. Both she and Shuyin expected that the hopelessly overpowered Zanarkand would fall and that she would die in battle. Thus, Shuyin would attempt using Bevelle's machina weapon, Vegnagun, to defeat Bevelle and save her life. However, she was unwilling to allow him to take the lives of many others for her sake and asked him to stop just as he was about to make of use the behemoth machina. He consented to her request, but the two were not shown the same mercy by their oppressors, and were promptly gunned down by Bevelle soldiers. Upon her death, her spirit was somehow crystallized into the Songstress Dressphere, which contains her memories. Over the course of the game, Lenne attempts to communicate with Yuna, whose Songtress outfit is identical to Lenne's attire. Yuna begins to feel Lenne's presence and feelings more and more until they explode on stage, showing Lenne's final moments alive. Because Yuna unknowingly served as Lenne's host, Shuyin only saw Lenne rather than Yuna herself whenever she donned her Songtress outfit. Using that fact, YRP attempt to reason with Shuyin by telling him Lenne's unsaid feelings. However, since Lenne's presence in Yuna had weakened, Shuyin became enraged and believed that Yuna and her friends had been deceiving him. After Shuyin is defeated, Lenne separates herself from Yuna and finally fades with Shuyin while thanking Yuna for helping her.

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