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Gormott
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Music Gormotti Forest
Gormott
Gormott/Night
Torigoth
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Titan Battleship
Four-limbed Titan/Gormott
The Abandoned City

Gormott is an area in Xenoblade Chronicles 2 and Xenoblade Chronicles 2: Torna ~ The Golden Country. It is a deer-like Titan. Since it walks around the Cloud Sea it experiences tides. It is the home of the Gormotti race and houses the Gormott Province. In Torna ~ The Golden Country, it was simply known as Gormott.

Story[edit]

Xenoblade Chronicles 2[edit]

Chapter 2[edit]

Following the events that happened on the Ancient Ship, the party crashes in Gormott's lower level. After Rex wakes up with only Pyra around, he decides to search for the others. He quickly finds a dying Gramps, who fades away into the ether, before revealing that he had instead reverted to a larval state. Him and Rex argue before they advance further into the Gormotti forest.

While making their way up, they find Nia and Dromarch, struggling to deal with a Wormeater Brog. The two Drivers dispatch the beast and the party makes camp for the night. Later that night, Gramps and Pyra meet together, with the former asking about the latter's intentions. Pyra expresses her goals of going to Elysium and stopping Jin and Malos before promising Gramps that she will take care of Rex. When the day comes, and with Nia's help, they finally get a bearing as to their whereabouts, near the belly of the Titan Gormott, before deciding to make their way to the nearest town.

As the party finally make their way in Torigoth, Gormott's biggest city, they find wanted posters for the members of Torna (including a poorly drawn version of Nia, much to her dismay). Moreover, they arrive in the middle of the Ardainian army's Driver recruitment. After watching a new Blade being born to a new Driver, they make their way to one of Torigoth's back alleys.

There, they are intercepted by Ardainian soldiers, headed by captain Padraig. After dispatching them with relative ease, their attempt at running away is cut short by the arrival of Brighid, the Jewel of Mor Ardain, who erects a wall of blue fames. A battle ensues, in which Nia and Dromarch are both incapacitated by the army's ether nets, restricting their use of ether. While Rex and Pyra make their last stand against Brighid, a strange projectile destroys a nearby water pipe, extinguishing Brighid's flames and allowing them both to run away, though they reluctantly leave Nia and Dromarch behind.

During the escape, they meet a Nopon, who invites them into his home. Tora reveals that he is the one who destroyed the water pipe, before introducing himself as Tora. While the party gets acquainted with Tora's place, Rex makes his intent to rescue Nia known, before they decide to eat. At the same time, captain Padraig makes his report to Dughall, Gormott's consul. They briefly argue before another soldier arrive to announce that the Special Inquisitor, Mòrag, has arrived from Mor Ardain. While the party eats, Dughall went to meet with the Special Inquisitor, who asks to speak with Nia. While she is interrogated, Nia let Rex and Pyra's name slip, to Mòrag's delight.

The party makes a round around Gormott, discovering that Nia is to be executed soon in the process. After reconvening at Tora's House, they come up with a plan to rescue Nia, by infiltrating the Titan battleship she is kept in. Before they do so, Tora asks them to help him finish his artificial Blade. Once they have hunted the few remaining parts, Tora activates his new artificial Blade, using a thunderstorm's lightning, settling on naming her Poppi.

The party successfully infiltrates the battleship and they are able to free Dromarch, then Nia. While making their escape, they are intercepted by Dughall and his Blade Dolmes in the ship's Hangar. After dealing with the consul, they escape the battleship into Torigoth Relay Base where Mòrag was waiting for them. Dromarch recognizes Mòrag as the Flamebringer, the strongest Driver in the Empire. Mòrag expresses her intent to stop the Aegis before she clashes with the party. Unable to measure up with Mòrag in a direct confrontation, the party make a diversion, managing to get out of the relay base. By combining their efforts, they are able to destroy a nearby water tower, stopping Mòrag in her tracks due to Brighid's weakness to water, allowing them to escape successfully.

They run midway through the Titan's upper level before stopping. Nia and Dromarch thank them for their helped before beginning to split up. Rex tries to convince her to stay with them with the story of Elysium, and is barely able to do so. They make camp at Traveler's Resting Tree where they mend their wounds.

Chapter 3[edit]

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Geography[edit]

Gormott mainly consists of two layers: The Lower Level with a dense forest, and the Upper Level which is mostly grassland wuth a few forests exploited by Gormotti. The Upper Level also boasts multiple lakes of different sizes, with their water dripping down through small streams to the Lower Level, creating marshes.

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Settlements[edit]

Gormott is notable for its high number of towns and villages mentioned, most of which are never seen in-game.

  • Torigoth - The only village explorable in-game. The largest city on Gormott and Tora's hometown. During the events of Torna ~ The Golden Country, it was Rynea's home, but the village was completely razed by Gort.
  • The White Chair - A large town, described as a fortress, that existed during the era of Torna ~ The Golden Country. It was razed by the Ardainians around fifty years before the events of the main game, which led to Gormott's surrender.
  • Town of Echell - Nia's hometown which her father was lord of. At some point after her sister died, their mansion disappeared, as mentioned by Dax.
  • Cordell Village - A small village on the outskirts of Gormott razed by bandits around chapter 3 of the main game. Survivors of the town were dispersed, some ending up in Garfont Village or staying in Gormott such as Rhys.
  • Pom Village - A big importer of Torigoth-made Mannam Juice. It is also known for its famous, though unnamed, fruit, its juice, and handicrafts. It also produces wine.
  • Lasanne Village - A village only mentioned in the Merc Mission Stranded Merchant.
  • Town of Mirma - A village where the mercenaries from All's Fair fled to. Only mentioned in the Merc Missions Obstinate Pursuit and Chase Is On.
  • Town of Blakka - A village only mentioned during the Merc Missions Landslide Prevention and Wine Delivery.

Other locations[edit]

While many locations and landmarks are seen in-game, some more are only mentioned in flavor text.

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Regions[edit]

Xenoblade Chronicles 2[edit]

Xenoblade Chronicles 2: Torna ~ The Golden Country[edit]

In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate[edit]

Gormott makes a cameo appearance in the stage Cloud Sea of Alrest in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

Trivia[edit]

  • The name Gormott is likely derived from Gourmand, a French word for 'glutton'. This is in accordance with how Titans or nations in Xenoblade Chronicles 2 are often named after the seven deadly sins or seven virtues in various languages.
    • Gormott's Japanese name, 'Gula', is likewise named after gluttony in Latin.

In other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
United Kingdom flag.svg English Gormott Province
Japan flag.svg Japanese グーラ (りょう) Gula Territory
France flag.svg French Province de Gormott Gormott Province
Germany flag.svg German Provinz Gormott
Spain flag.svg Spanish Provincia de Gormott
Italy flag.svg Italian Provincia del Gormott
China flag.svg Chinese (simplified) 古拉领
Taiwan flag.svg Chinese (traditional) 古拉領
South Korea flag.svg Korean 굴라

Gallery[edit]

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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate[edit]