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Indol is an area in Xenoblade Chronicles 2. It is an avian-like Titan that flies above the Cloud Sea. It is the home of the Indoline race and houses the Indoline Praetorium. Once the story reaches a certain point, it can no longer be visited and all its development points and mercenary missions are transferred to Leftheria.


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Indol is quite unique among the nations of Alrest, by virtue of almost completely lacking nature of any kind; vegetation or wildlife. The study of Indol's geography can thus be closer likened to the study of its architecture. The Praetorium presents as an immaculate site of religious importance for many people from throughout Alrest, and the Titan itself has presumably been altered for combat, as shown with the Titan's duel with the Marsanes. Whether this is simply by the curiosity towards Titans that Indol inherited from Judicium or purely borne of Amalthus' lust for power is unclear. Despite the lack of visible infrastructure, Indol seems to comfortably house a decent population, at least for natives and members of the Praetorium. A sizeable group of Gormotti refugees can be found near the port, living in squalor.


In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate[edit]

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


  • The name Indol is likely derived from Indolence, synonymous with 'sloth'. 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.
    • Indol's Japanese name, 'Acedia', is likewise named after a word for sloth in Latin.

In other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
United Kingdom flag.svg English Indoline Praetorium
Japan flag.svg Japanese アーケディア法王庁 (ほうおうちょう) Acedia Curia
France flag.svg French Prétorium d'Indol Praetorium of Indol
Germany flag.svg German Praetorium Indol
Spain flag.svg Spanish Pretorio indolino
Italy flag.svg Italian Praetorium dell'Indol
China flag.svg Chinese (simplified) 阿卡狄亚教廷
Taiwan flag.svg Chinese (traditional) 阿凱迪亞教皇廳
South Korea flag.svg Korean 아케디아 법왕청


Xenoblade Chronicles 2[edit]

Torna ~ The Golden Country[edit]

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate[edit]