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Harvest Temple

Point of Interest
The Jade Whirl
(Dragon's End)
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Kuan Jun,[1] more commonly known as the Harvest Temple, is an area of great significance to Cantha's history. It was also revealed to be one of the few ley line hubs found in Tyria.[2]


Early history[edit]

The Harvest Ceremony, an annual ritual ending with the Emperor praying for a blessing from the goddess Dwayna, was conducted at Kuan Jun, then an island in the watery sea.

Jade Wind[edit]

In 1382 CC, the treacherous assassin Shiro Tagachi slew Emperor Angsiyan, draining his magic. He was opposed by the assassin Vizu, and the warriors Archemorus and Saint Viktor of Zu Heltzer. After a short intense battle, Shiro was slain, but before he would truly die, Shiro unleashed the Jade Wind, which trapped the dragon Kuunavang within the temple and petrified the Jade Sea and like the Echovald Forest.

Interim years[edit]

Guild Wars Factions[edit]

End of Dragons[edit]

After escaping from Yong Reactor, corrupted Soo-Won made her way to the top of the Harvest Temple, where the Void began to spread from her into the surrounding areas. The Pact Commander would later fight off against The Dragonvoid to liberate Soo-Won from the corruption atop the temple.



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  1. ^ Unwaking Waters outpost description
    Previously the site of a floating temple known as Kuan Jun, the Harvest Temple, the Unwaking Waters is an immense, frozen whirlpool. When the Jade Winds passed over Cantha and Kuan Jun sunk beneath the ocean's surface, the whirlpool was formed, and like everything else in the path of the winds, became solid jade. Legends say a powerful dragon was trapped within the temple and lives there still.
  2. ^ Letter to Priest Elkan