Before the War of the East, when Darkness ruled in the spaces of nothingness and when it was tired of ruling over nothing, it decided to give birth to lights, seas, land and wind. The lights sparkled and revealed the magnificent colours of the Universe – one was known as the sun, the other as the moon and then there were millions of other lights known as stars. The screaming new-born seas fluctuated in some parts of the darkness, revealing the greenish brown land beneath, and the howling babe winds huffed and puffed at the bluest waves stretching both the dry land and liquid water over the remainder of the dwindling darkness.
The breezing land and water formed a concrete yet flexible globe with four hemispheres. The northern, southern, eastern and western hemispheres, they were called and each consisted of distinct landscapes; some were mountains, hills, forests, deserts, grasslands, oceans, rivers and streams. But as time lapsed and the landscapes continued to expand, they met with strange beings such as Mages, royalty and the average green tunic human, the landscapes eventually evolved and developed into useful resources.
This landscape was known as the land of HanaDhulRhys – it was located in the eastern hemisphere and was divided into three cities –Hana, Dhul and Rhys. These were the names of the founders of the cities, they were known as the three Royal Brothers of Rhys, they had claimed the land as their own and shaped its' people.
In order to continue and sustain the historical value of HanaDhulRhys to the younger generations, the Kings built sixty schools. They were made of smooth white stone and contained large libraries. These libraries shelved the records of the lands' historical content.
The historical books declared that there were three Kings who ruled HanaDhulRhys – before it had combined and been formally called HanaDhulRhys. Each King controlled the portion of land they owned, first it was King Hana Rhys, the first born of the brothers who controlled Hana, – the city was known for its' lush tall green mountains, they continued beyond the city boundary, expanding more than four thousand kilometers into the other known and unknown lands. The importance of the city was at the bottom of the rocky mountain edges, as this was the perfect location for quarrying and mining, – it provided the large amount of stone, gold, silver, gems and other important minerals to the well-being and economy of the entire three cities.
King Dhul Rhys, the second son ruled over Dhul, it was the city between Hana and Rhys. Majority of the land was flat and fertile – it was the ideal area to farm. Hence, the southern portions of Dhul consisted of hectares of farmland with a variety of fruits and vegetables available but the northern portion of Dhul was fairly arid almost desert like, at certain seasons the winds would blow the dust creating vicious dust storms that invaded the buildings and households on the outskirts of the city.
The third and final son was known as King Rhys Rhys, the duplication of his surname as his name was on purpose for he was blessed to receive a double portion of whatever his oldest brothers' possessed as his birth right. But this was never as the blessings predicted.
He received less than the promised blessings. Instead of the double portions of land, he was given a rather minuscule portion of land known as Rhys. The city he governed was small compared to the cities of his brothers, but he had an advantage over them. Rhys consisted of endless blue seas and sunny, sandy beaches. There were harbours near the edges of the bays and huge trading ships, ferries and an entire army fleet that hovered in the blue waters. Although, his brothers claimed the largest lands, King Rhys Rhys believed in the blessing of his birth right, and it finally come to pass when it was proclaimed that his lineage would be the only one and current King for the entire land of HanaDhulRhys.
When the official combination of the cities had been formalised, the King of Hana and Dhul had forfeited their positions and became right hand deputies of King Rhys Rhys, their descendants still controlled the cities but the main authority belonged to the King of Rhys alone.
A formal agreement that combined all the lands was signed by the three Kings and to commemorate this spectacular event, a transparent force field was built.
It surrounded the entire land.
It protected and fenced off any trespassers from unknown and known lands. The boundary would turn electric blue when illegally touched, underneath the boundary, there were unseen, underground voltage wire-looking things that connected all four corners of the transparent wall to the centre of the land.
In the middle of HanaDhulRhys, amongst hundreds of beautiful white stoned polished buildings, stood an ugly five-hundred-meter rectangular building, it was said to be the main energy source of the entire land, it had a rustic painted look and no windows or doors – just reddish brown rustic painted bricks. The public were forbidden to enter, only senior Mages and certain royalty figures knew of the secretive entrance and had authority to enter into the building.
But moving to less secretive things of Mages and strange ugly buildings, to more friendly and daily civilian interactions.
These civilians were known as the green tunic humans, they were normal humans with normal eyes, ears, hands and – what an average normal earthly human would have except they all wore green tunics in various green shades.
These tunics identified them as average, although they were talented and skilful in various arts, crafts and complicated engineering terms but they were not Mages nor were they Ellvers, they were green tunic humans who were the life of the city.
They bustled around the tarred pathways, shouting and working with their minds, hands and feet. They were like ants marching with a mission of building the economy of the land.
Some mined with vigor, some planted into fertile soil, some sold their goods to the markets, some continued to build with saws and hammers in hand, some grumbled about their cows, some bought too much than they could carry but each and every one of them were the heart of the land and the most valuable resource the land of HanaDhulRhys could have.