The person who is must frustrated about this, of course, Grask Uldeth, warlord of the Empty Hand tribe.
It isn't that Grask Uldeth isn't chaotic evil! He is! It isn't that he doesn't go into screaming berserk rages in which he disembowls his enemies with a warhammer, something that is very hard to do, because he does!
It's just that he is capable of doing this at a latter point. He is not only capable of recognizing that it would, actually, make sense to, instead of killing the farmers and taking their stuff, to take part of their food, and then leave them food, so you can do this next year, even though this involves giving up food - which, to be fair, a great many orcs are capable of; orcs are not actually that stupid - but he is capable of doing it. Grask Uldeth is not merely capable of recognizing that it is profitable to let traders through if they pay you lots of money, but of personally beating up any orc who robs traders after they buy a pass, and only those orcs. And via this means he has made himself the single greatest warlord in the whole of Belkzen, ruler of the great orc city of Urgir!
And it still isn't enough because he is practically the only sane person. He's tried picking the smartest orcs and giving them lectures. It hasn't worked. He's tried picking the wisest, and maybe some of the shamans get it a little, but you can't have a tribe ruled by its shaman! Shamans hardly beat people up at all! Deep in his heart, Grask Uldeth is worried about what will come of him when he starts getting old and slow and some bigger, tougher orc shows up to claim his crown, but no solution has yet presented itself.
(It is, to be clear, rumored that the source of Grask Uldeth's brilliance is that in an ancient ruin of fallen ages he found a magical crown which possesses the spirit of Zutha, Runelord of Greed, which has whispered to him in dark ages, spreading his dark council, whispering in his ear the secrets of true magical power and everlasting immortality and guiding him to strategies alien to the orcish race...)
(That story's false, to be clear, Tar-Baphon ate Zutha's soul centuries ago. It was just a normal +2 headband.)