Carcino (Japanese: カルチノ Carcino) is a country in Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones. It is located in the north-center of Magvel. Carcino borders Frelia to the west, Renais to the south, Rausten and Darkling Woods to the east. To the north is nothing but the ocean. The remote village Caer Pelyn is located within its borders.
Being a much younger country, Carcino does not possess a Sacred Stone. Carcino also does not have a ruling house, instead being run by a merchant council.
During the War of the Stones Carcino's council split on the matter of siding with Grado or Renais and Frelia. Much of Carcino eventually betrays Frelia and Renais in an attempt to gain the favor of Grado, however, this was not willed by all of Carcino's leaders, as the betrayal was forced by Pablo and not approved by the rest of the council. Pablo forced his way by either bribing or killing the other members, with Klimt being one of the survivors. After Pablo's death Carcino backs out of the war, though and repercussions for the council's actions after the war are not mentioned.
Notable locations in Carcino
- Main article: Caer Pelyn
While Caer Pelyn presumably does not interact with Carcino's government processes, it is located within the borders of Carcino. Caer Pelyn is an old and remote village that abolished social ranks in favor of living in the mountains in a self-sustainable lifestyle.
A bustling port town in western Carcino.
Characters from Carcino
|A rich, corrupt, and greedy member of Carcino's merchant council, sides with Grado.||The Sacred Stones|
|One of Pablo's surviving resistors, wishes to stay on Frelia and Renais' side.||The Sacred Stones|
|A mercenary hired by Pablo to eliminate Eirika.||The Sacred Stones|
|A wise and elderly woman from Carcino, more specifically, Caer Pelyn.||The Sacred Stones|
|A sage from the Carcino mountains, specifically Caer Pelyn.||The Sacred Stones|
|A rogue-for-hire working under L'Arachel in promises of a high paycheck, got more than he bargained for.||The Sacred Stones|
Etymology and other languages
|Names, etymology and in other regions|
|Language||Name||Definition, etymology and notes|
|Japanese||カルチノ||Officially romanized as Carcino.|