A long time ago, between the river Tigris and the Lut desert, there was the vast and
magnificent empire of Khalaan. But its jewels, its sumptuous cloth and rare spices
were worthless compared to the 4 cities, of which legend says were built by the
7 wise men of Fars. East of the river Tigris, there was the city of El Halem, known
for its markets at which one could buy almost of everything.
Secured like a fortress it was ruled by the Grand Caliph Abu Bahr.
The walls of this fortress were like eyes and ears to the Grand Caliph Abu Bahr.
South of the Lut desert was the majestic city of Khelbir, its walls covered with
emeralds and turquoise shone like the Sun itself. Its roof gardens, its splendid
ornaments and numerous palaces demonstrated Utman's generosity, as Grand Caliph of Khelbir.
West of the Ektaban grottos rose Aracande, a citadel built from ivory, marble and jewels.
The caste of architects kept the secret of its construction upon their own lives.
From this city of wise men and sages, ruled by the Grand Caliph Umar, eminated
the one and only sound: the splashing of the fountains.
North of the desert Sale, stood the gigantic city of El Haradj, hewn into the mountains,
the building of which exerted the strength of thousands of slaves.
In each corridor and on every wall, heavily armed men watched over the safety or
obsequiousness of the people, according to what their feared ruler Ali saw fit.
However there was great rivalry among the caliphs, for each of them called himself
Grand Caliph of Khalaan and wanted to expand his rule over all of the empire.
This long-standing coflict would have lasted forever, had not a sage remembered an
Which predicts the coming of an intruder, maintaining that only the caliph who is able
to deal with this threat, may call himself Grand Caliph of Khalaan.
You are one of these caliphs. Your urge for power makes you take the 1001 perils upon
yourself in order to fulfil the prophecy and become the one and only Grand Caliph of Khalaan.
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