The diverse landscapes you can explore
This frigid region is located next to Alcala. It is known for its snowy mountain that towers over the surrounding snowfields.
The Terga Volcano Trail will lead you to the base of the volcano. A cave with crystals formed by the intense heat of flowing lava can be found here.
This breathtaking area is filled with flowers and trees in full bloom. Make your way down one of the paths lined with cherry blossoms to find the Terga Volcano Trail.
This ruined tower stands abandoned in a corner of the Lamure Desert. Though humans left long ago, numerous monsters now lurk within its halls.
A vast and rugged desert prone to swirling dust. The remnants of an ancient civilization can be found scattered around here.
A vast region with rocky terrain.
This area contains many primeval forests unchanged since ancient times.
A tropical island known for its sacred mountain.
Large monsters graze peacefully among the grasslands.
Nua Te Village
A secluded Wyverian village tucked away in a mountainous region. The inhabitants have remained hidden from prying eyes for many years.
Located in Loloska, this village is still recovering from the damage it received as a result of the Black Blight. It is Avinia's hometown, and under the leadership of Chief Daul, it is home to many Riders.
This settlement lies on the edge of Pomore Garden and is populated only by Felynes.
A sprawling city that serves as a hub for Hunters and Scriveners. In addition to shopping and industrial areas, Lulucion is also home to the Scriveners Lodge, where Lilia acts as commander.
A village located in the middle of a forest, populated by only Wyverians.
Ena's hometown, and one that Red often visited during his travels.
The villagers live in harmony among lush greenery and various monsters.
Elder Maolo, Alwin, and Zellard are some of the Wyverians who live here.
The central village of Hakolo Island.
This is your hometown. Red once called this his home, as well.
In this area, you will meet Chief Gara, Kayna, and other Riders.