Many generations ago, seven bishops and several families left Portugal to populate an island a fortnight’s travel away. They named it Antillia, and each bishop became the mayor of a city. Within twenty years, Antillia soon came to know prosperity and wealth, earning it the nickname of the “Seven Golden Cities”. They became very comfortable in their prosperous lifestyles, but never forgot to give aid to whoever asked for it. Then, one day, Antillia vanished overnight. No one knew exactly what happened, though the common speculation is that it sank beneath the sea. But what is more commonly believed is that God picked the island up out of the sea and hid it in a dense forest so that no one with an evil heart could enter. As such, the search for the seven golden cities continues, but if God hid it for a reason, then no one will find it unless He allows it.