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A strange tree whose branches flow with clear, cold moonlight. Perhaps its roots, that reach deep into the heart of the earth, are connected to something that awaits an opportunity to once again emerge and bask in the moon's light.

Nantianmen (Chinese: 南天门 Nántiānmén, "Southern Heavenly Gate") is a subarea in Minlin, Liyue.

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.

At the tip of the tree is a large blue branch, which points directly towards Liyue Harbor. That portion of the tree also cannot be climbed on.

Features

Domains

1 Domain matches the category selection:

Enemies

Common Enemies

Interactables

The stone table, with eroded text

  • Stone Monolith
    • Located near the tree. Just like the memories of the Dragon Azhdaha it mentions, the text on it is much eroded. The script used appears to be that commonly used for official and magickal inscriptions in Teyvat (see Languages)
Stone Monolith: "Life endures in Heaven and Earth thanks to the merciful Adeptus. On this site lies an evil dragon, please do not disturb it."

Points of Interest

Name Description Image
Dragon-Queller 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

NPCs

Trivia

Etymology

  • In the Chinese mythology, the Nántiānmén (Chinese: 南天门 "Southern Heavenly Gate") refers to the main gate of the Jade Emperor's palace. The gate is considered to be a boundary between the mortal realm and the heavenly realm.
  • In the real world, it also refers to a sacred gate of Mount Tai (Taishan), one of the five holiest mountains of China, which was first constructed in 1264 by the Taoist monk Zhang Zhichun.

Other Languages

LanguageOfficial NameLiteral Meaning
EnglishNantianmen
Chinese
(Simplified)
南天门
Nántiānmén
Southern Heavenly Gate
Chinese
(Traditional)
南天門
Nántiānmén
Japaneseなんてんもん
Nantenmon[1]
Southern Heavenly Gate[※]
Korean남천문
Namcheonmun
Southern Sky Gate[※]
SpanishMontaña NantianmenNantianmen Mountain
FrenchNantianmen
RussianЮжные небесные врата
Yuzhnyye nebesnyye vrata
Southern Heavenly Gate
ThaiNantianmen
VietnameseNam Thiên MônSouthern Heavenly Gate[※]
GermanNantianmen
IndonesianMt. Nantianmen
PortugueseMonte NantianmenMount Nantianmen

Change History

Released in Version 1.0

References

  1. Map, Label: Nantianmen (Japanese)

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