The Land of Lyoness was a happy land................ In theory it
was ruled by an enlightened Royal family, in truth the people
accepted them purely for their entertainment value. The bureaucrats
who administered to the country's needs were considered essential
by the population. Not only too inept to collect taxes and enforce
laws, but also government service was the best way to keep your
mackerel -brained son out of the family business Education was
considered optional, no one was keen to see knowledge get in the
way of a really good time. Lyoness essentially was a safe place.
The giants had departed, advised by their doctors to find a place
that did not serve Lyoness extra strong ale. The dragons had given
up in their quest to find a virgin, and had flown East. Only the
Trolls remained, but as they were such good miners, their
occasional raids on goat herds was accepted. Although all drew the
line at listening to them sing If power lay anywhere it was with
the First Minister; whenever the people dropped themselves deep in
the dragons' doo-doo, it fell to him to dig them out. The people of
Lyoness were experts at finding piles of dragons' doo-doo
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