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Earth, also known as Lost Jerusalem is a planet of key importance across the entire Xeno series. It is the native planet of humanity.

In Xenogears[edit]

The history of Earth is virtually identical to how it is in real life until the year 2001 A.D., where the Zohar was discovered. Because of its mysterious properties, some people took to the theory that the Zohar created life on Earth.

Many years later, in 2510 A.D., a project to emigrate out of Earth was set into motion. In 0016 T.C., (2526 A.D.) humanity began to fully emigrate out of the planet, never to return. For unknown reasons, the planet became a forbidden region of space, with its new name of ‘’Lost Jerusalem.’’

Millennia later, when the Eldridge was hijacked by Deus, it began to change course to Lost Jerusalem, referred to by the crew as “the main planet”. The ship did not reach its new destination, with it crash landing on a remote planet in space.

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In Xenosaga[edit]

Lost Jerusalem
Lost Jerusalem.png
System Sol System
Diameter c. 12,742 km
Terrain Grasslands
Forest
Ocean
Desert
Place of interest Lake Turkana, Kenya
Rennes-le-Château
Political affiliation None

Earth disappears after an experiment with the Zohar, causing humanity to adopt the T.C. (Transcend Christ) in the future calendar. in T.C. 0016, it is renamed Lost Jerusalem. By the time of Xenosaga 4000 years later, Lost Jerusalem has been abandoned. Since its disappearance, the Galaxy Federation has moved its capital four times. Additionally, a colony ship named Pleroma of the Immigrant Fleet, (the first ones to escape Earth) took the records of Earth with them, such as culture, important art, books, the Bible, and even to the extent of a quote from Paul McCartney. The religious organization Ormus considers Lost Jerusalem a holy place and their main supposed goal is to gather the Relics of God and return there. However it turns out to be a lie created by Wilhelm. Rennes-le-Château, a floating landmass originated from Lost Jerusalem.

After Shion and the party rejects the Eternal Recurrence and destroys Zarathustra on Michtam, Nephilim and chaos uses their power to transport the planet to Lost Jerusalem. Later, Shion, Allen, and Jr. embark on a journey to Lost Jerusalem in order to find a solution to save the universe. KOS-MOS's torso is seen drifting towards Lost Jerusalem in the ending.

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In Xenoblade Chronicles[edit]

Earth is briefly seen following Zanza's death at the hands of Shulk. After Klaus pushes a button despite Galea's objections, Earth is enveloped in a blue light and then disappears.

In Xenoblade Chronicles X[edit]

Earth is destroyed when it is caught in the war between two alien races. The Protagonist, Elma, and most other characters herald from Earth before its destruction.

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In Xenoblade Chronicles 2[edit]

Earth first appears in a vision shown to Rex after he touches the third Aegis Sword left by Addam. In this vision, it is seen as it is enveloped in light following Klaus' experiment. It is later seen in the beginning of Chapter 10 where it is seen in the background as the Artifices of the First Low Orbit Station attempt to fight off the invading forces of the Saviorite Rebels. It is then seen again after Klaus activates the Conduit and completes his experiment, where it is enveloped in light. It is also seen in a flashback when the party speaks to The Architect.

In Xenoblade Chronicles 3[edit]

It is revealed by the Queen of Agnus, Nia that Earth was split into the worlds of Bionis and Alrest when Klaus activated the Conduit. Both worlds will inevitably reunite, but doing so will destroy both worlds, known as the Intersection, leaving only light. As the worlds got closer, the Nia manages to make contact with her Kevesi counterpart, Melia for the first time. To prepare for the Intersection, they built an ark from each side, known as Origin to preserve the consciousness of both worlds and reboot them. However the reboot process failed and both worlds fused into Aionios due to Z and Moebius who captured Melia to access Origin's memory banks and take it over.

After Z's death, Origin starts up and Aionios splits back into the two original worlds.

In Xenoblade Chronicles 3: Future Redeemed[edit]

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A simulation of Earth is visited by Matthew and the party while inside Origin; a contemporary suburban neighborhood with an urban city and Rhadamanthus in the distance. This is where Matthew finally encounters Na'el, who describes this as a perfect world.

A radio also plays in the distance, giving more insight on the culture of the planet. An ongoing project known as the Earthlife Colonization Project took place, with at least eight colony ships departing Earth in Project Exodus, with at least five more planned out. A proposal human rights protection bill concerning the Saviorites was also speculated to have been scrapped, with a statement from Dimitri Yuriev involving the rumors.

The epilogue of the game concerns the ending of the base game; as the two worlds are seen splitting apart, they suddenly flash into light as a third world comes into sight, with a blue streak of light descending from space into the newly-created planet.

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