Once upon a time there lived two brothers in the land of Aden.
One of the brothers - Rafail, was a "big city man", who led an exciting life, full of drinking with dwarves and dancing with elfes, he lived in the town square of Dion town.
His younger brother - Liafar, on the other hand, was his exact opposite. He lived a quite and happy life on a farm near the town.
One day Rafail decided to visit his younger brother in the countryside. They had wonderful time. Liafar took Rafail around the farm and show him various parts of his life in the countryside.
He showed him the lumberjack. Where he did most of the work, as he was a woodcutter.
He showed him the various furniture he had made, like the dinner table outside his house, where he and his family would sit down to eat their every meal together.
He showed him the cart he had build together with his son and asked Rafail to help him load it up with hay from the barn, to feed the animals.
After the hard work Rafail was exhausted and had huge back pains, at which Liafar laughed wholeheartedly.
Liafar shared with his big brothers the troubles which had befallen him. He didn't have a lot of customers for the furniture and the crops this year weren't very good, so his family had been in a rough patch.
After hearing the story Rafail decided to invite his brother to the big city to cheer him up.
Liafar took the offer and after few days he visited his brother in the town of Dion.
His brother awaited him on the south gate and welcomed him.
First they went to Rafail's house. It was a very luxurious house indeed, it had everything. They sat around the fireplace and exchanged few stories of their childhood while Liafar rested from his journey.
After that Rafail took his brother on a tour around town. He showed him the different shops that the town had to offer. Like the grocery store.
He showed him the jail and the WANTED posters hanging on the walls, for one of the most wanted criminals in this parts of the world.
He even showed him the town's armory with all of it's equipment capable to arm 1000 men.
The time had come for Liafar to go home.
After seeing all the "wonders" of the modern world, as Liafar was saying goodbye to Rafail, he said that he was happy he didn't have to worry about all of this things and appreciated how easy life was on the farm.
Liafar bid farewell to Rafail and upon leaving said to him:
"if you ever get tired of the hastened life in town, you are always welcome to come and live with me!"