It is said that the island once experienced a calamity and the center of the island was enveloped by a perpetual thunderstorm. This storm has resulted in the unique geography of the island. Until the Seirai Stormchasers quest series is completed, the center of the island is constantly afflicted with Balethunder and lightning that targets the player. Even after completing the quest series, Electro Water will still persist at the center of the island, although it can be cleared by a nearby puzzle, which will reveal a large hole in the middle.
|Amakumo Peak||Long ago, Kanna Kapatcir was slain here, while the power of its lingering hatred and regret was suppressed by wards maintained by the Asase Shrine. During the Seirai Rebellion around 500 years ago, Asase Hibiki unsealed the wards, causing the Thunder Manifestation to appear and devastate the area with a massive Electro storm.|
|Asase Shrine||The shrine was established to suppress the lingering power of Kanna Kapatcir, also known as the Thunderbird.|
|Fort Hiraumi||Located in the northeastern part of Seirai Island.|
|Koseki Village||Located northwest of Amakumo Peak.|
|"Seiraimaru"||The area takes its name after the "Seiraimaru," the flagship of Ako Domeki's fleet which was destroyed here.|
Points of Interest
|The Summit, Amakumo Peak||The fragmented summit of Amakumo Peak is now home to the Thunder Manifestation. This area is unlocked and navigated as part of Seirai Stormchasers: Part IV.|
|The Lake, Amakumo Peak||The lake at the base of Amakumo Peak is filled with Electro Water and the surrounding area is roamed by many Ruin Sentinels. However, by solving the Light-Up Tile Puzzle, a mechanism is unlocked that drains the water from the area and nullifies its Electro effect. After being drained, ruins leading to an underground settlement are revealed.|
|Underground Ruins, Amakumo Peak||Available after draining the lake.|
15 Quests match the category selection:
- Neko Is a Cat: A "Good Turn" Comes Late
- Neko Is a Cat: Cat and Stone
- Neko Is a Cat: Ding-a-Ling Metal Ball
- Neko Is a Cat: Shrine Canteen
- Neko Is a Cat: Shrine Cleanup
- Neko Is a Cat: Shrine Recipe
- Neko Is a Cat: Stone Human's Troubles
- Neko Is a Cat: The Children
- Neko Is a Cat: Wooden Shelf
- Relics of Seirai
- Reminiscence of Seirai
- Seirai Stormchasers: Part II
- Seirai Stormchasers: Part III
- Seirai Stormchasers: Part IV
- The Narukami Trail
1 Domain matches the category selection:
Hidden Exploration Objectives
1 Hidden Exploration Objectives match the category selection:
- In Japanese, seirai (Japanese: 清籟) is a term that describes the "pure, refreshing sound of wind blowing through trees."
- It should be noted, however, that the Japanese name of the island has "Seirai" written exclusively in katakana; similar to how different areas of Tsurumi Island are named.
- Assuming that Seirai is a name of Ainu origin like various places in Tsurumi, the name can alternatively be broken down into the Ainu words セィ sey, meaning "shell", and ラィ ray, meaning "death".
|No.||Soundtrack Name||Album||Played In|
|15||A Fragment of Peace||Islands of the Lost and Forgotten||Seirai Island|
|14||Desire for Calm||Islands of the Lost and Forgotten||Seirai Island|
|12||Echoes of Solitude||Islands of the Lost and Forgotten||Seirai Island|
|10||Lonely Journey||Islands of the Lost and Forgotten||Seirai Island|
|13||Mournful Whisperings||Islands of the Lost and Forgotten||Seirai Island|
|09||Roaming in Silence||Islands of the Lost and Forgotten||Seirai Island|
|16||Slumbering Land of Neko||Islands of the Lost and Forgotten||Seirai Island|
|11||Swath of Desolation||Islands of the Lost and Forgotten||Seirai Island|
|Language||Official Name||Literal Meaning|
|Chinese reading of Japanese name[• 1]|
|Seirai Island[• 2]|
|Spanish||Isla Seirai||Seirai Island|
|French||Île de Seirai||Seirai Island|
|Portuguese||Ilha Seirai||Seirai Island|
- Chinese: Based on possible kanji for Japanese name.
- Japanese: Assuming that "清籟" are the kanji for Seirai, it refers to the pure, refreshing sound of wind blowing through trees.