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For those who have not completed games in the Xenoblade Chronicles series, this page contains spoilers regarding the plot. Discretion is advised.


The Land of Morytha (Japanese: モルスの地Morusu no chi, lit. The land of Mors) is a ruined nation in Xenoblade Chronicles 2 located below the Cloud Sea, near the roots of the World Tree.

It was destroyed long before Alrest even existed and is said to have been the birthplace of the Architect. Once the home of an advanced human civilization, during the events of Xenoblade Chronicles 2 it is a ruined city filled with Guldo.

Story

The Land of Morytha is the name given by the Salvagers of Alrest to the depths of the Cloud Sea. As a result of the battle that took place in the atmosphere of the planet, the surface suffered severe damages, leaving the cities in ruined states.

After Klaus activated the Conduit, causing most of humanity to disappear into distant dimensions, the few survivors tried to use Core Crystals in a desperate attempt to gain immortality. Their experiment failed, and they became Guldo.

During the battle against Jin and Malos in the Gotrock Oracle Ruins, Rex and Mythra fall to the Land of Morytha, where they encounter a badly injured Jin, forming a temporary alliance with him. While exploring the city, looking for their companions, they encounter the corpse of Torna, where Jin explains to them the true story behind the aftermath of the Aegis War.

After reuniting with the rest of the party and defeating the Infernal Guldo, which had ambushed them in the Womb Center, the Monoceros appears, looking for Jin. He then proceeds to rejoin with Torna, with the party beginning the ascension of the World Tree.

In Xenoblade Chronicles 3

In Xenoblade Chronicles 3, the remnants of the Land of Morytha make up parts of High Maktha Wildwood.

Landmarks and Locations

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Streets

Landmarks

Secret Area/Viewpoint

Locations

Decaying Titan

Landmarks

Locations

World Tree

Landmarks

Locations

Enemies

Normal Minor Enemies

Quest Exclusive Enemies

Unique Monsters

Bosses

Quest Exclusive Boss

Quests

Main article: Land of Morytha Quests

Trivia

  • Morytha's Japanese name, モルス Morusu, is an adaptation of the Latin word "mors", which means "death".

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