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Omikayalan, known also as the Heart of the World or the Greenglade, is a sacred grove to all Ionians which was located in Navori.

Lore

The vastayashai'rei protected its most important landmark: the God-Willow, a massive tree, dripping with long gossamer leaves that shimmered with golden-green light. During ancient times, a battle between the groves protectors and Freljordian warriors ended with the God-Willow's destruction. The whimpers of countless beasts, the bawling of rivers, the howling of trees and the dripping tears of moss, they lamented the God-Willow's death in a symphony of mourning. Centuries have passed and at the place where the God-Willow once stood, a being known as the Green Father Green Father emerged with a clear mission and purpose: to protect all life and teach the world's people to respect and appreciate all that is. Omikayalan's sapling is guarded by a group of secretive Vastaya lords.

Champions of Omikayalan

Other Related Champions

  • Ahri's Ahri's travels would eventually lead her to Omikayalan's grove where she would encounter the protectors of the sapling.

Wildlife

Scaled Snapper

God-Willow

One of the oldest magical trees in Ionia, it was destroyed centuries ago by Ivern the Cruel, who absorbed its power and became the Green-Father Green-Father. Eventually a LoR Non-Champion Non-Spell Indicator.png3 sapling would rise from the dead trunks of the God-Willow, which is protected by a spirit god known as LoR Non-Champion Non-Spell Indicator.png6 Sai'nen Thousand-Tailed and a group of vastaya.

Scaled Snapper

Scaled Snappers are giant turtle-like lizard creatures that reside in Ionia. One of the oldest inhabitants of the Greenglade, they have withstood the test of time through constant adaptation.

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