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Mt. Tianheng (Chinese: 天衡山 Tiānhéng-shān) is a subarea in Sea of Clouds, Liyue.

Lore

Morax raised Mt. Tianheng when he first descended upon Liyue, and there people congregated to mine ore from the mountains. These people then established Shanhui Fort (Chinese: 山辉砦). Guizhong and her people would eventually move to the plains north of Mt. Tianheng, allying with Morax[1] and Marchosius to create the Guili Assembly.[2] Guizhong and some adepti built the Guizhong Ballista to defend Tianheng Pass from external threats.

It is said that during the Archon War, a clash between Morax and another god nearly toppled Mt. Tianheng. The adeptus Skybracer sacrificed his antlers — bestowed on him by Morax's power and containing divine power — to prop up the mountain, making it even taller than before, then continued to fight until he died of blood loss and exhaustion.[3]

Developer Insight

"Travels Afar" Scenic Spot Collaboration Documentary - Zhangjiajie Chapter

Yan Jiang, Level Artist: The sole path to Liyue Harbor is the entrance of Mt. Tianheng, which was inspired by Tianmen Mountain. Therefore, there is a certain sense of ceremony while you make your way up there. After entering Mt. Tianheng, you unexpectedly find yourself in the trade capital that is Liyue Harbor; such a strong visual and spatial contrast allows Liyue's rich natural and man-made elements to stand out even more.

Other Languages

Language Official Name Literal Meaning
English Mt. Tianheng
Chinese
(Simplified)
天衡山
Tiānhéng-shān
Emperor Authority Mountain[4][• 1]
Chinese
(Traditional)
天衡山
Tiānhéng-shān
Japanese 天衡山
Tenkou-zan[5]
Sino-Japanese reading of Chinese name
Korean 천형산
Cheonhyeong-san
Sino-Korean reading of Chinese name
Spanish Cordillera TianhengTianheng Mountain Range
French Monts TianhengTianheng Mountains
Russian Гора Тяньхэн
Gora Tyan'khen
Mt. Tianheng
Thai Mt. Tianheng
Vietnamese Thiên Hoành SơnSino-Vietnamese reading of Chinese name
German Tianheng-BergTianheng Mountain
Indonesian Mt. Tianheng
Portuguese Monte TianhengTianheng Mountain
  1. ZH: May also mean "Sky-Measuring Mountain." May also refer to parts of the Liyue Qixing, including the Yuheng.

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Released in Version 1.0

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