In the most extensive desert region that the only known continent of Gaeath’s world could conceive, behind dunes and more dunes of innumerable hidden riches, the most famous commercial city - that the six governments had heard through their own inhabitant’s mouths - was carefully installed at the sands of Empty Land.
Despite the dry climate and very rare rains, the verozean society was, without a doubt, one of the most colorful and attractive ones.
Its citizens tended to spread charisma, sympathy, kindness, and many smiles towards others, however, even though their personalities became extremely captivating, their appearances called even more attention: they were tall, long, beautiful, and extravagant. They loved to wear many accessories, to walk with elegance, and to show off with some exotic makeup, especially those who were lucky enough to have the most unique horns born from their respective skulls. All had at least one pair adorning their scalp.
Nobody was like anyone else, and the unique air of that environment overflowed with the beauty of living from the gifts that the river of Empty Land had to offer.
Even with the intense heat, the culture of that city sheltered the most varied spices, cuisines, fabrics, and products that any nation could desire. Through this reputation, acceptance for the different things was stimulated and rewarded, which made it common for new businessmen and foreign customers to arrive. Because of this phenomenon, the verozean community had the title of the most heterogeneous city that history had managed to conceive.
Certainly, the verozean trade never ceased to be the greatest reference for other countries that would like to leverage their economic interests, and everyone - without exception - maintained healthy diplomatic relations with the verozean society because of its irrefutable importance to the continental market.
However, regardless of the countless wonders that the theory of the community employed, the reality always managed to be much worse.