On a cold night in Yellowstone Park, Logzaclardia was sending their gratitude towards and thanking their goddess Mother Martha for providing them with fire. Since they respected her wolves and let them live peacefully, she gave them fire to stay warm and cook their food. They needed some more food so they decided to hunt for turkeys in the morning.
In the morning, five hunters went out to hunt the turnkeys. One hunter, however, saw a wolf and thought, "if I kill it, our tribe will have more food than if we have a turkey." Therefore, he shot his arrow at the wolf and it died instantly.
Mother Martha immediately knew that the hunter was not being respectful of her wolves and killed one, so she decided to use her fire against him and kill him in return.
As the hunter was burning, the fire also caught on the trees in the forest. This reaction started the first forest fire. One by one, the trees burned to the ground and burned all of Logzaclardia's reservation.
There were only a few survivors of the tribe, with no shelter or resources. It all happened because the hunter was not respectful to Mother Martha and obviously not grateful enough for all of the things she did for him and his tribe. Ever since then, all Logzaclardians are grateful for everything they are given.