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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 Leftherian Archipelago (Japanese: リベラリタス島嶼群, Riberaritasu tōsho-gun, lit. Liberalitas Archipelago), also known as Leftheria, is a Nation in Xenoblade Chronicles 2. It is actually a vast series of island Titans and small villages connected by bridges and tunnels through the Cloud Sea. This area includes Fonsett Village, where Rex grew up.


The Leftherian Archipelago is not like the other nations in that it has no distinct central government. In fact, the only civilization in the Archipelago is Fonsett Village, founded by Addam and the remnants of his militia at the end of his travels. Before he departed from Leftheria, Addam sealed away the third Aegis Sword inside Spirit Crucible Elpys.

The Archipelago is formed of many small Titans gathering around a much larger titan contained within the mountain of clouds. Prior to reawakening the Aegis, Rex has been working as a Salvager to earn money that he then sends to support Fonsett Village.

The party first reaches Leftheria after Fan la Norne states that it would be more efficient to travel on foot through the clouds rather than sail around it. Along the way, they make a stop at Fonsett Village, Rex's hometown. They run into Zeke and Pandoria at Ysheva Harbor, and Mòrag reveals that Zeke is the crown prince of Tantal. After a brief battle, Zeke and Pandoria take the party to the Indoline Praetorium.

After Pyra's capture, Azurda leads the party to the Fonsett Village Guardian, where he reveals the entrance to the Spirit Crucible Elpys.

Interestingly, none of the Leftherian Titans are seen in the game's ending, where all the other Titans make their way to the new landmass set out by the Architect.

Landmarks and Locations



Fonsett Island (Fonsett Village)



Rigitte Waters





Fonsett Waters



Salvage Points

Main article: Leftheria Salvage Point



Normal Minor Enemies

Quest Exclusive Enemies

Unique Monsters


Quest Exclusive Bosses


Both the Japanese and English names allude to charity, one of the Theological virtues and the seven heavenly virtues, and the opposite to Avaritia, or avarice, one of the seven deadly sins and the namesake of Argentum. While the former uses Liberalitas, one of the Latin terms, the latter is taken from the Greek λευτεριά (lefteriá), an alternative shortened form (doublet) of ἐλευθερία (eleuthería), meaning freedom/liberty.


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