Tian Monastery

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NeutralTian Monastery

Chun Tian Monastery.jpg

Type

Temple

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Location
Status

Active

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Facilities

Done Inn          Done Mailbox

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Done Anvil & Forge

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Travel

Done Flight Master(s)
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Sources: World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria

Tian Monastery is a large monastery and village situated on a rise in north-central Jade Forest. From here, the pandaren can see the Terrace of Ten Thunders to its north, the Woods of the Lost to its northeast, Emperor's Omen to its east, and the Greenstone Quarry and the Greenstone Mason's Quarter to its southeast.

This monastery does not turn anyone away from training, as such, people come from all over Pandaria seeking to train here, no matter their race.[1] The monks here specialize in teaching young pandaren how to fight to prevent ever becoming slaves to the mogu again. Many great fighters trained at this temple such as Yu Ming the Blade, Liang the Unbreakable, and even the great Emperor Shaohao.[2]

After Shaohao shrouded Pandaria in mists, he left his staff behind. It was found by the monks of the Monastery who put it into the Terrace of the Endless Spring.[3]

The monks here are considered the wardens of the forest with one of their duties as maintaining balance within it.[4] The Tian way is to achieve clarity through combat, enlightenment through engagement, and peace through punching.[5]

During the events of the Invasion of Pandaria, adventurers of the Horde and Alliance briefly trained here.

Legion This section concerns content related to Legion.

During the Burning Legion's third invasion of Azeroth, Tian Monastery lost contact with the Order of the Broken Temple. Chen Stormstout was sent to investigate and discovered they had come under attack by the Legion.[6] Its defense is led by Taran Zhu.[7]

Notable inhabitants

Notable students
Market place

Tian Digsite

The area is also a pandaren archaeology digsite.

Notes and trivia

  • There are a few orange trees growing just southeast of the monastery grounds where forest sprites are stealing the oranges and tossing them off the cliff.
  • During the beta, the area was named Chun Tian Monastery.

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