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Sylvalum
Land of White Wood map
Sylvalum
Information
Type Region
Located Central Mira
Weather Cloudy, Rising Energy Mist, Spores, Crimson Aurora
Connects to Primordia Waters, Sylvalum Waters, Cauldros
Music 46-:ri9

Sylvalum (Japanese: 白樹の大陸, Hakuju no Tairiku, lit. Land of White Wood; English dub: /ˈsɪl.və.ləm/) is a region in Xenoblade Chronicles X. It lies to the north of Primordia.

This region is characterized by its white sandy terrain and exotic spherical trees. A massive glowing sphere can be seen over the southeastern part of the region. This region connects to Cauldros in the north.

The Ganglion have a significant presence in Sylvalum, though not to the extent of Cauldros. Between Hilal Stronghold in the south, Badr Stronghold in the west, and Anvil Sandplain in the north, the Ganglion control most of the region.

Points of interest

Areas

Landmarks

Story Exclusive Landmark

Unexplored Territories

Scenic Viewpoints

Miranium Deposits

Enemies

Normal Minor Enemies

Mission Exclusive Enemies

Story Exclusive Enemies

Tyrants

Bosses

Squad Mission Exclusive Enemies

Squad Mission Exclusive Tyrant

Collectibles

NPCs

Gallery

Start a Discussion Discussions about Sylvalum

  • What exactly is Sylvalum?

    13 messages
    • Darmma wrote:Mischifer6 wrote: Also, you guys are hurting my head. I'm just wondering what kind of a place Sylvalum is! It's fung...
    • And we haven't even got into Xenogears and Saga yet. How about that.

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