For those who have not completed games in the Xenoblade Chronicles series, this page contains spoilers regarding the plot. Discretion is advised.
In Xenoblade Chronicles 2, Uraya is a whale-like Titan. It is ruled by the Kingdom of Uraya, whose territory is contained within the vast cave spreading through the Titan's body. The caves are lit during the day by a faint sunlight filtering through the translucent membranes on its back, and at night by bioluminescent plants.
In Xenoblade Chronicles 3
The Urayan Titan's remains appear in the world of Aionios as part of the Pentelas Region in Xenoblade Chronicles 3, with a gaping wound in its body caused by an annihilation event.  The inside of the Titan's remains make up the Urayan Tunnels, which is a mining site.
In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
Uraya is one of the Titans in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate that can appear in the background of the "Cloud Sea of Alrest" DLC stage.
Both the Japanese and English names allude to one of the seven deadly sins, envy. While the former uses the Latin word, the latter is taken from the Japanese word 羨望, Senbō, giving the verb and adjective in hiragana うらやむ, Urayamu, and うらやましい, Urayamashī. This is also expressed by the Duchy of Envia, one of the nine noble houses of Uraya mentioned in Adenine's Heart-to-heart, "Walking Encyclopedia".
- Uraya appears on the box arts of both Xenoblade Chronicles 2 and Xenoblade Chronicles 3. Uraya was also the first Titan to be shown in its entirety before the release of Xenoblade Chronicles 2, appearing at the end of the initial announcement trailer.