Carcia is a small quite Greek town, on the Mediterranean, that dates back to the Greek Empire. About 6 thousand people live in Carcia, and the surrounding areas. During the Hellenistic period, Carcia was a minorly important point in a trade route, with a mystery cult to the titan; Prometheus. Their hidden temple still lies deep within the ancient catacombs. The town is now subsists mainly on agriculture, namely goats, and olives. The people of Carcia are welcoming to foreigners, as long as they have money to spend.