Lanos is an agricultural village that exports rice and rice wine (saki). It is a comfortable and relatively safe place due to its lack of great riches and no-nonsense constable.
This small village is built on flooded swampland. A number of Chinese from Little China have shown the people how to plant and tend rice and it has thrived ever since. Lanos exports rice and rice wine to the rest of Caribdus. The town of Lanos is built on a series of small islands protruding from the swampland. Raised wooden walkways extend between the islands. At night lanterns are lit along the paths to prevent travelers falling in the marsh. As space for new housing rapidly diminished, the locals began building houses raised on stilts. Since the houses are not on any island, access to these dwellings requires a rowboat. For this reason, the houses are built close together and share a single jetty.
A large number of Chinese earthers still reside in Lanos. Although fully integrated into the mixed culture of Lanos they keep their old traditions alive through festivals and the architecture of their houses and shops.