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Minlin (Chinese: 珉林 Mínlín, "Forest of Jade-Like Stone") is an area in Liyue.

Subareas

Name Description Image
Cuijue Slope Located within the heart of this region are the Nine Pillars and a temple to the center. While within the vicinity of the pillars, the sky will darken. Cuijue Slope.png
Jueyun Karst It is said to be the place where the adepti live. Normally no one dares to try to set foot here, but some brave or desperate people still try to seek the adepti for good fortune. Jueyun Karst.png
Huaguang Stone Forest Surrounded by three mountains: Mt. Aocang to the north, Qingyun Peak to the east, and Mt. Hulao to the southwest. Huaguang Stone Forest.png
Mt. Aocang Home of the Adeptus Cloud Retainer. In-game Mt. Aocang.jpeg
Mt. Hulao The large pieces of Amber Rock found along the mountain are formed by flowers Mountain Shaper planted to keep out intruders. Mt. Hulao.png
Nantianmen This region notably features the Dragon-Queller, a large tree used to seal Azhdaha, whom Jiu worships. The dragon has begun merging with the tree, using its roots to connect to the ley lines and draw power from them. Nantianmen.png
Qingyun Peak Home of the Adeptus Moon Carver. Also features the Dwelling in the Clouds — a small floating island high above this mountain, which was created by Cloud Retainer at an unknown point in the past. Qingyun Peak.png
Tianqiu Valley Located in the southeastern part of Minlin. Tianqiu Valley.jpeg

Points of Interest

Name Description Image
Dragon-Queller, Nantianmen The big tree with blue veins located around Mt. Hulao. Through it, players will be able to access the Trounce Domain Beneath the Dragon-Queller to challenge Azhdaha. Dragon-Queller.png

Notable Features

Quests

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Domains

3 Domains match the category selection:

Bosses

Local Specialties

Interactables

Other Languages

LanguageOfficial NameLiteral Meaning
EnglishMinlin
Chinese
(Simplified)
珉林
Mínlín
Forest of Jade-Like Stone
Chinese
(Traditional)
珉林
Mínlín
Japaneseみんりん
Minrin[1]
Forest of Jade-Like Stone[※]
Korean민림
Minrim
Forest of Jade-Like Stone[※]
SpanishMinlin
FrenchForêt de JadeJade Forest
RussianЯшмовый лес
Yashmovyy les
Jasper Forest
ThaiMinlin
VietnameseMân LâmForest of Jade-Like Stone[※]
GermanMinlin
IndonesianMinlin
PortugueseMinlin

Change History

Released in Version 1.0

References

  1. Map, Label: Minlin (Japanese)

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