Carinerino shares the heat of its neighbour, Escisland. A warm land, it's a mix of deserts, jungles and grasslands, with a long mountain range through its heart. The mix of heat and predictable rains has made it the great wine producer of the world. Home to the active volcanoes Resu and Easu and the dead city of Earom, which lies entombed in stone.
Its capital, the canal-city of Panogne, is known as one of the great wonders of the world. It is also the city most sought for those seeking to get away for a while and relax, with its many museums to all the races of the world, as well as great restaurants and opera houses. Most of the buildings were previously built by another race, known as the Remin, but they appeared to die out several centuries ago. Carinerino was until recently held and maintained unused by the Marati.