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For the Titan, see Gormott.


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Gormott Province (Japanese: グーラ領, Gūra Ryō, lit. Gula Territory) is a Nation in Xenoblade Chronicles 2. It is a force but their Titan has now fallen under Ardainian control. This territory is home to the Gormotti people, whose main settlement is the town of Torigoth. Nature is abundant on Gormott, covered in lush plains and forests, and the accessible areas are affected by the movements of the Cloud Sea.

Landmarks and Locations

Torigoth

Landmarks

  • Torigoth Arch
  • Abble's Fountain
  • Garagorm's Arch
  • Connecting Bridge
  • Tora's House
  • Treetop Path
  • Torigoth Base Entrance

Locations

  • Saets Lumber Co.
  • Torigoth Market
  • Tretl Windmill Plaza
  • Obra Street
  • Saets Chief's Residence
  • Mor Ardain Consulate
  • Kloom Farm
  • Torigoth Relay Base
  • Galad Residential Zone
  • Grodd Residential Zone

Lower Level

Landmarks

  • Forgotten Waste
  • Old Ghostwood Road

Locations

  • Masrah Spring
  • Trailblazers' Bridge
  • Wrecc Marshland
  • Dewmist Crag

Upper Level - Right

Landmarks

  • Outlook Knoll
  • Dawnview Grotto
  • Lyra Oasis
  • Boulderbore Gate
  • Lascham Island
  • Waytree
  • Varnax's Plunge
  • Traveler's Resting Tree
  • Nocclia Timber Site
  • Torigoth Flower Patch
  • Zeno's Deadbole
  • Clear Sky Beak

Locations

  • Restful Waters
  • Garanti Plain
  • Seigle Fell
  • Twin Trunks Hill
  • Brigands' Hideout
  • Honeypot Grotto
  • Nocclia Woods
  • Nopon Camp
  • Hushview Bridge
  • Hermit's Hollow
  • Plains of Evening Calm
  • Spraywater Caverns
  • Verdant Plateau
  • Coolley Lake

Upper Level - Left

Landmarks

Locations

  • Melnath's Shoulder

Titan Battleship

Landmarks

  • Ballast Disposal Chute
  • Port-side Walkway
  • Mid-ship Walkway Door
  • Armory
  • Starboard Balcony

Locations

  • Cloud Tank Chamber
  • Engine Room
  • Solitary Block #1
  • Olno's Mess Hall
  • Living Quarters
  • Sickbay
  • Solitary Block #2
  • Armory, 2nd Floor
  • Hangar
  • Guardroom
  • Battle Command
  • Hangar Passage

Enemies

Unique Monsters

Bosses

NPCs

Torigoth

Etymology

Both the Japanese and English names allude to one of the seven deadly sins, gluttony, the former using the Latin word and the latter from the French word gourmand.

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