Wuju was once a thriving settlement. After the Noxian Invasion it was left in ruin. Currently magically infused vines surround the area and need frequent trimming in order to not spread across the island.
What remains of the town are burial grounds, toppled beams and stonework, remnants of houses, workshops, schools, shrines. The graves visited are arranged in perfect symmetry, with gaps between the mounds for someone to pass through. Yi has places a hand on every hilt of every sword piercing the earth. These are his memorials to warriors, teachers, and students. He did not skip a single one.
Bahrl Jays are an avian species native to the Ionian island region of Bahrl. They are quite active during the morning and they have melodic song like chirps.
The Art of Wuju was founded on obtaining absolute spiritual awareness of one's self and one's enemy. Master Yi, the keeper of this ancient art, descended from one of the few tribes dedicated to the preservation of Wuju. Due to the massacre of his kin, Master Yi is now the last master of his art. He has pledged to keep the Wuju style alive by teaching the art form to other individuals, such as Wukong.