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The Temple of Lily and Lotus is the map for the featured game mode, Nexus Blitz icon.png Nexus Blitz.


The Temple of Lily and Lotus is a long-forgotten temple of the Canghapi Vastaya icon.png vastaya, located somewhere in Ionia Crest icon.png Ionia.


Temple of Lily and Lotus map

  • A unique map in Ionian thematic with a single lane splitting into 2 in the middle, and the top of the map is a jungle with jungle camps and buffs.
  • Two junglers can work together in each team to secure jungle camps. Jungle experience and gold is tuned to compensate. Also an Untargetable icon.png untargetable turret is in the enemy jungle.
  • Events for both teams such as King of the Hill, Push the Cart and Prize Fight.
  • A champion taking down multiple enemy champions without dying will become On Fire!, gaining a lot of stats, but also becoming more vulnerable to damage. Killing an On Fire! champion grants a large gold bounty.
  • Games can be surrendered after the 8 minute mark.
  • Recall's Recall's casting time is reduced to 4.5 seconds from 8.
  • Starting at level one, while in the fountain gains Homeguard Homeguard.
  • The respawn timer reaches its maximum duration at 18 minutes.
  • Spirit Blossom Kami Featherknight and Spirit Blossom Yokai Melisma are the maps shopkeepers.


Temple of Lily and Lotus Jhin Poster.jpg
  • The Nexus Blitz icon.png Nexus Blitz map was released with several lore related loading screen tips:
    • Legends say the Canghapi tribe were amphibious vastaya who worshiped the coming together of earth and water.
    • Frogs are a venerated symbol in Ionia. And we've found stone ones rarely jump off cliffs, so that's nice.
    • Lilies symbolized peace and balance to the followers of the temple, while lotuses were associated with enlightenment.
    • Inscribed on a Canghapi shrine is the saying, "Floating blooms do not struggle once they have emerged."
    • The Canghapi rite of passage is said to have involved a trek from the marshes of childhood up the mountain to the temple during he rainy season.
    • Some legends claim the Canghapi left their homeland because they did not trust that the Spirit of Ionia would always be able to provide balance.
    • The beast that live within the temple grounds seem to be the only guardians and caretakers that remain...
    • Written on a Canghapi shrine is the saying, "Rising blooms are rooted in the deep yet look to the sky."
  • Jhin Jhin posters can be found on each base.


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