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Brightcrown Mountains is an area in Mondstadt.

Subareas

Name Description Image
Brightcrown Canyon The northeastern part of the canyon contains the eastern entrance to Stormterror's Lair. Brightcrown Mountains Brightcrown Canyon.png
Stormterror's Lair Once the capital of Old Mondstadt, ruled by the God of Storms, Decarabian. Stormterror's Lair.png

Points of Interest

Name Description Image
Decarabian's Tower, Stormterror's Lair Located in the middle of Stormterror's Lair and is first scaled as part of the Archon Quest Empty Abode. As its name implies, it was where the God of Storms once resided and overlooked his people. Decarabian's Tower.png
Entrance to Stormterror's Lair, Brightcrown Canyon The entrance to Stormterror's Lair is a notable set of ruins built in the Decarabian style that leads directly into Decarabian's capital city. Soldiers used to be stationed along the road in Brightcrown Canyon leading into the city.[1] In-game, the road leading out of the city leads to the boar habitat to the south; whether there were other parts of the road that have since been lost is a mystery. Brightcrown Canyon Entrance to Stormterror's Lair.png
Boar Habitat, Brightcrown Canyon Following the path out of the entrance to Stormterror's Lair, marked by the worn dirt and crumbled pillars in the Decarabian style, eventually leads to a field naturally enclosed by ridges. This area is notable for its unusually high number of Forest Boars.
At the center of the field is a wooden bell-cot. Its architectural style does not match that of the ruins in the area and instead uses a roofing style seen on houses in Springvale, which are built in the traditional Classic Country Home style. However, without further details, it is impossible to discern when this structure was built and for what purpose.
Boar Habitat.png

Notable Features

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Local Specialties

Other Languages

LanguageOfficial NameLiteral Meaning
EnglishBrightcrown Mountains
Chinese
(Simplified)
明冠山地
Míngguān Shāndì
Bright Crown Mountains
Chinese
(Traditional)
明冠山地
Míngguān Shāndì
Japaneseめいかんさん
Meikan Sanchi[2]
Bright Crown Mountains
Korean크라운 마운틴
Keura'un Ma'untin
Crown Mountain
SpanishMontañas CoronabrillanteBrightcrown Mountains
FrenchMontagnes de BrillecouronneBrightcrown Mountains
RussianГоры Светлой короны
Gory Svetloy korony
Bright Crown Mountains
ThaiBrightcrown Mountains
VietnameseVùng Núi Minh Quán
GermanGlanzkrongebirgeBrightcrown Mountains
IndonesianBrightcrown Mountains
PortugueseMontanhas das CoroasMountains of the Crowns

Change History

Released in Version 1.0

References

  1. Book: Teyvat Travel Guide, Vol. 1
  2. Map, Label: Brightcrown Mountains (Japanese)

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