In this chapter, we learn that the Iroquois are the only tribe in the world that can sense where the crystals are located. They are the ones who are able to mine the crystals, and they will be the ones killed if other tribes take the test. The Iroquois are not the only ones to be killed by the test, but they are also the ones that are most likely to die if the other tribes appear. The test is a test of the gods will, and the only way for the Iroquois to prove that they can sense the crystals is to mine them. If they refuse to mine, the gods punishment will be that they will die. This is the first time that we've heard of this kind of punishment, and we're shocked that it's even being considered. We're also shocked that this kid hates the Iroquois so much, because he's the only one in the tribe who can see the crystals. The only thing that makes him hate the Iroquois is the fact that he was supposed to be a miner, which is what the village head wanted him to do. The village head told the kid to leave the village, thinking that he'd be free, and that's how they got to this point. Now that the kid has left, the Iroquois don't really know what the punishment is. They're not sure if they should attack the kid or not, because they haven't seen any crystals.