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Chirai Shrine (Japanese: チライ社殿 Chirai Shaden) is a subarea in Tsurumi Island, Inazuma.

Features

Exploration

Enemies

Common Enemies

Elite Enemies

Local Specialties

Trivia

  • The Ruin Scouts and the Hilichurl group led by the Hydro Samachurl will change positions every day through a series of three days:
    • On the first day, the Hilichurl group will be at the outskirts of the ruins with the scouts in dormant state near the tree.
    • On the second day, the Hilichurl group will be near the scouts from the previous day, while the scouts themselves move a bit further from the tree.
    • On the third day, the Hilichurl group will be up on the large ruins while the scouts are active and run in a triangular formation.

Etymology

  • The name may be derived from チラィ ciray, one of the Ainu words for Parahucho perryi, also called the Sakhalin taimen, Japanese huchen, or stringfish.
    • Ciray is said to be the name of a fish monster in an Ainu folktale, which was eventually slain with a harpoon by Kanna-kamuy.[1]

Other Languages

LanguageOfficial NameLiteral Meaning
EnglishChirai Shrine
Chinese
(Simplified)
千来神祠
Qiānlái Shéncí
Chirai Shrine[• 1]
Chinese
(Traditional)
千來神祠
Qiānlái Shéncí
Japaneseチライしゃ殿でん
Chirai Shaden[2]
Chirai Shrine[• 2]
Korean치라이 신사
Chirai Sinsa
Chirai Shrine
SpanishSantuario ChiraiChirai Sanctuary
FrenchSanctuaire de ChiraiChirai Sanctuary
RussianСвятилище Тирай
Svyatilishche Tiray
Chirai Shrine
ThaiChirai Shrine
VietnameseĐền ChiraiChirai Shrine
GermanChirai-SchreinChirai Shrine
IndonesianChirai Shrine
PortugueseSantuário ChiraiChirai Sanctuary
  1. Chinese: 千来/千來 Qiānlái is based on possible kanji for the Japanese チライ Chirai.
  2. Japanese: "Chirai" may derive from Ainu チラィ ciray, "Parahucho perryi."

Change History

Released in Version 2.2

References

  1. Manga Nippon Mukashi-banashi Database: Monster Fish of the Lake (Japanese)
  2. Map, Label: Chirai Shrine (Japanese)

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