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Once, this was a thriving city where a certain flower bloomed in abundance. But all dreams must turn to waking. This earthly paradise was consumed by war, and those who gathered here were once again scattered.

Ruins of Guili
This plain near Liyue Harbor used to be the location of a prosperous village.
After many misfortunes, it has been deserted, leaving nothing worthy of interest.

Expedition description

The Guili Plains (Chinese: 归离原 Guīlí-yuán) is an area in central Liyue. It was the central area of the Guili Assembly, the ancient civilization ruled by Guizhong, the God of Dust, and Morax, the God of Geo.

The location's name is derived from their names,[Note 1] and it is also called the Plains of Returning and Departing based on the characters taken from their names.

Unfortunately, during the Archon War, Guizhong died trying to defend her people, and the place was destroyed. After her death, Rex Lapis took his people and brought them south of Mt. Tianheng, where he established Liyue Harbor.

Features

Domains

1 Domain matches the category selection:

Exploration

Enemies

Common Enemies

Elite Enemies

Local Specialties

Interactables

  • Stone Tablets
  • Northern Stone Tablet
Paimon: Hey, it looks like this stone tablet has some kinda inscription on it.
  • Eastern Stone Tablet
Paimon: Look at this weird stone tablet. What is this writing?
  • Middle-South Stone Tablet
Paimon: There's some writing on this stone tablet. But Paimon can't read it...
  • South-west Stone Tablet
Paimon: Hey, look! That stone tablet has some writing on it...
  • Western Stone Tablet
Paimon: There's writing on this stone tablet! Paimon can't understand it, though...
  • Jade Plates
Paimon: Hey, there's some writing on this plate! ...But it's barely readable.
Paimon: Paimon feels like it might have some special meaning.

NPCs

Notes

  1. Morax's name during this time is unknown, as "Morax" and "Rex Lapis" are names that were given to him after The Seven were established. However, it includes the li also found in his current vessel's name.

Other Languages

LanguageOfficial NameLiteral Meaning
EnglishGuili Plains
Chinese
(Simplified)
归离原
Guīlí-yuán
Plains of Returning and Departing[• 1]
Chinese
(Traditional)
歸離原
Guīlí-yuán
Japaneseはら
Kiri-hara[1]
Guili Plains
Korean귀리 평원
Gwiri Pyeong'won
Guili Plains
SpanishLlanura GuiliGuili Plains
FrenchPlaines GuiliGuili Plains
RussianДолина Гуйли
Dolina Guyli
Guili Valley
ThaiGuili Plain
VietnameseQuy Li NguyênPlains of Returning and Departing[※]
GermanGuili-EbeneGuili Plains
IndonesianGuili Plains
PortuguesePlanícies de GuiliGuili Plains
  1. Chinese: Derives from Guizhong and Morax's names.

Change History

Released in Version 1.0

References

  1. Map, Label: Guili Plains (Japanese)

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