After a little while (if you think 5 months is little) they arrived at the Mohawk tribes main house for meetings and other important stuff. As they walked in the house Hiawatha heard a loud “kabloosh!” as he turned around he saw the peacemaker and a bunch of shattered pieces of a vase in the floor beside him. “oopsy-doopsy” the peacemaker muttered. The kabloosh must of been really loud because in a few seconds later, we were surrounded by Mohawk warriors wearing every hat you could think of. There were brown hats, blue hats, yellow hats and a lot more. One warrior was even wearing a pink hat with a “kick me” sign on it. The warriors pushed Hiawatha and the peacemaker into a house that had a throne in it, and on the throne sat the Mohawk chief. “Why have you come here?” The chief asked. The peacemaker put his stone cold hands on Hiawatha’s back and Hiawatha suddenly started shaking. “We have come to tell you about the great law, fighting among our people must stop. We must come together is one mind, one body and one heart.” Hiawatha said. The chief thought about it. After minute he finally made a choice. “No. That grumpy depressed man called Tadodaho is too strong, he just raided all the tribes gummy bears a week ago” the chief said stubbornly. “What if we help you get your gummy bears back from Tadodaho, then will you come with us?” The peacemaker asked. “Fine, it’s a deal” the chief said angrily. Hiawatha and the peacemaker walked to the shore where their canoe was, but their canoe wasn’t there. All there is was a hundred little pieces of stone. “Where is our canoe?” Hiawatha asked the chief. “Sorry, I smashed your canoe into bits when you came in my territory” the chief told Hiawatha. So just like that, Hiawatha took a big stick, lit it on fire and burnt the chief's house down. “Jeez, I said sorry, all the canoes were stored there. Now we’ll all have to swim to the other tribes” the chief yelled. “Let’s just get going” the peacemaker whispered to Hiawatha, and so they got in the water, and started swimming.