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The God of Justice is the current Hydro Archon among The Seven and presides over Fontaine.

Little is currently known about her, besides the fact that she is not one of the original members of The Seven who emerged after the end of the Archon War.[1]



My ideals have no stains.
I must correct you. People here bear no sins in the eyes of the gods... Only laws and the Tribunal can judge someone.
They can judge even me. So praise my magnificence and purity.

The God of Justice, in the description for Varunada Lazurite Gemstone


The God of Justice lives for the spectacle of the courtroom, seeking to judge all other gods. But even she knows not to make an enemy of the divine.



At some point after the The Seven were established as rulers of Teyvat, the previous Hydro Archon passed away and the God of Justice was instated in their place.[1]

The previous Hydro Archon had a wish to connect with all the people of the world, so she sent the Lochfolk, including the strongest among them, Rhodeia of Loch, all over the world to act as the spies of Fontaine. After the passing of the previous Hydro Archon, the Lochfolk did not recognize the new Hydro Archon and have cut off ties from Fontaine.[3]

Archon Quests

The current Seven are all briefly mentioned in "Downtown" while Zhongli is inspecting the kites that represent them. Of the God of Justice's kite, he says "Justice flows across the surface of the waters."


  • The English name for the Hydro character ascension materials derives "Varunada" from Varuna, a Vedic deity associated with the sky, seas, justice, and truth. In the Hindu Puranas, he is the god of oceans.
    • In the Chinese version, "Varunada" is instead 涤净 Díjìng, "Cleansing, Purging".


  1. 1.0 1.1 Archon Quests Chapter 1, Act 3, Part 3: Solitary Fragrance, "But five of those original seven had already passed before Rex Lapis — it's truly a changing of the guard. [...] only Barbatos of Mondstadt remains of the first Seven."
  2. Teyvat Chapter Storyline Preview
  3. Life Flows On (II)