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Frontier Village (Japanese: サイハテ村, Saihate mura, lit. farthest-land village) is the sole Nopon settlement in Xenoblade Chronicles. It is set inside a very large tree, said to be the oldest in the area, in the middle of Makna Forest, which the Nopon have inhabited.


Frontier Village entry

Frontier Village Entry

After meeting up with Melia, the group (by this point comprising of Shulk, Dunban, Reyn and Sharla) enter Frontier Village. Melia requests to speak with the village Chief, Chief Dunga.

Dunga is an old friend of Melia's and queries about her quest in the region. After a brief argument with Shulk and friends, Melia storms off.

Later, Melia is found at the topmost area of Frontier Village. She continues to insist she needs no help defeating and slaying the Telethia that has escaped from the Northern regions. Chief Dunga suggests she accept the help from her new friends, to which Melia reluctantly agrees.

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Frontier Village

Chief Dunga requests that their finest warrior go with the group to help insure their safety. When the group arrive at the Sacred Altar, Chief Dunga introduces the smallest yet most confident member of the group... Riki.

After defeating the Leone Telethia the group is conducted to the Apex Lake and transported to the Eryth Sea.

Landmarks and Locations


Map of Frontier Village B1F and Ground Floor


Map of Frontier Village First, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Seventh, and Eighth Floors


Landmarks B1F

Landmarks GF

Landmarks 4F

Landmarks 6F

Landmarks 7F

Landmarks 8F


Locations B1F

Locations GF

Locations 1F

Locations 2F

Locations 3F

Locations 4F

Locations 5F

Locations 6F

Locations 7F

Locations 8F

Points of Interest


Quest Exclusive Unique Monster




For information on quests from this area, see Frontier Village Quests


  • The first part of the Japanese name, サイハテ (saihate), is a katakana transliteration of 最果て, "the farthest land".
  • In Chapter 10 of Xenoblade Chronicles X, Tatsu references the "legendary" Frontier Village as a comparison to the sheer size of Zu Pharg.