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The rules of war are woven in the womb: the victors shall burn bright, while the losers must turn to ash.
When the God of War shares this secret with the Traveler, it is because she has her reasons.

Dainsleif, Teyvat Chapter Storyline Preview: Travail[1]

Natlan is one of the seven regions of Teyvat. It is the nation that worships the Pyro Archon, the God of War.

Archon Quest Chapter V takes place in this region.

Description[]

Very little is currently known about Natlan. According to Augustus Lovelace, it is located on the other side of Sumeru's desert region, the Great Red Sand.[2] Natlan is also home to natural hot springs created from volcanic activity.[3][4] Natlan's people are grouped into tribes, and each tribe follows different rules.[5] During Tenoch's era, which happened prior to the creation of Mare Jivari over 1,000 years ago, there were at least six major tribes in Natlan, though it is unknown how many there are now.[6] One tribe may be the Nanatzcayan people mentioned by Ranjit, who live and work in the mines of eastern Natlan.[7]

According to Neuvillette, dragons in Natlan, called Saurians, have undergone long-term development and evolution with a large number of them coexisting with humanity. He also details that war is a constant in Natlan that ravages the land like an undying flame. Il Capitano, one of the Eleven Fatui Harbingers, was also noted to be present in the region participating in the conflicts.[8]

According to Ranjit, people in Natlan have a lot of reservations about leaving their homeland, but he doesn't feel comfortable talking about it as a foreigner. He does not believe it is due to a fear of unfamiliar environments.[7]

Based on what is provided solely in-game, there is very limited information on the God of War.

Characters[]

Playable Characters[]

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Upcoming Characters[]

3 Characters match the category selection:

Icon Name Quality Element Weapon
Kachina Icon Kachina Element Geo Geo
Kinich Icon Kinich Element Dendro Dendro
Mualani Icon Mualani Element Hydro Hydro

NPCs[]

No NPCs can be accessed in Natlan.

Related NPCs

There are no additional NPCs related to Natlan.

Mentioned Characters

There are 8 mentioned characters related to Natlan:

Upcoming NPCs

There are 7 upcoming NPCs related to Natlan:

Gallery[]

Trivia[]

Natlan Latin "Motto"

Screenshot from Teyvat Chapter Storyline Preview: Travail

  • In the trailer Teyvat Chapter Storyline Preview: Travail, under the title of the quest Incandescent Ode of Resurrection, there is a line written in Teyvat's Latin script. It reads "Surge vir fortis i natam victoriam" roughly meaning "Rise, O strong man, and go to your destined victory."
  • Natlan is the last of the seven regions to be directly mentioned in-game and the only region that does not have any NPCs from the nation prior to its version of release. It was first mentioned by name in Version 2.0 through Tingting, Aikawa Susumu, and Mikawa Akane's dialogues.
    • All other nations have some of their NPCs revealed in Version 1.0.
  • Two bathhouse NPCs in Inazuma, Mikawa Akane in Tenshukaku and Aikawa Susumu in Tenryou, mention that Natlan contains hot-springs created from volcanic activity. As Inazuma does not have natural volcanic hot springs, Snezhnaya lent the Royal Bath Commission a device which would create artificial ones.
  • Shousen mentions that the people of Natlan practice shadowboxing.
  • A sailor in Romaritime Harbor, Lectoure, mentions that there are a few different tribes with different rules in Natlan.
  • Adel, an NPC located in the Bayda Harbor, speaks very highly of the place, stating that its population is energetic and that "their souls are forged for battle from birth", that they love street graffiti, showing off and comparing fashionable trinkets. He also states it's a "contradictory, charming and colorful" place.
  • Ranjit mentions that the people there, especially the warriors, dress in imitation of their Saurians.[9]
  • The Natlan Preview Teaser video was the first regional preview teaser not to reveal the new characters' names. Kachina, Mualani and Kinich appeared, but were not named until Ignition Teaser: A Name Forged in Flames.
    • Fauna unique to Natlan was also shown in the Natlan Preview Teaser. A cervid or deer-like animal, as well as a sauropod-like animal were briefly shown.

Etymology[]

  • Natlan's name likely derives from Aztlán, the legendary homeland of the Aztecs.
  • Natlan can mean "place near where there is abundance (of) Na" in Nahuatl.

Cultural References[]

Other Languages[]

LanguageOfficial Name
EnglishNatlan
Chinese
(Simplified)
纳塔
Nàtǎ
Chinese
(Traditional)
納塔
Nàtǎ
Japaneseナタ
Nata
Korean나타
Nata
SpanishNatlan
FrenchNatlan
RussianНатлан
Natlan
ThaiNatlan
VietnameseNatlan
GermanNatlan
IndonesianNatlan
PortugueseNatlan
TurkishNatlan
ItalianNatlan

Change History[]

References[]

  1. 1.0 1.1 YouTube: Teyvat Chapter Storyline Preview: Travail
  2. World Quest: Recollections of a Fontainian
  3. NPC Dialogue: Mikawa Akane
  4. NPC Dialogue: Aikawa Susumu
  5. NPC Dialogue: Lectoure
  6. Weapon: Talking Stick
  7. 7.0 7.1 NPC Dialogue: Ranjit
  8. Archon Quest, Chapter IV, Act V - Masquerade of the Guilty, Part 6: Finale
  9. Event Specially-Shaped Saurian Search World Quest, Part 1: Search Chronicle: Burning Up!

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