Ko’li (Ē’aluth III)
R.aip’uāng (Kai’pua II)
The centennial bloom is a Xi’an plant indigenous to Ko’li (Ē’aluth III) that flowers once every one hundred Standard Xi’an Years (128 Standard Earth Years). Many centennial blooms are tended on R.aip’uāng (Kai’pua II), the center of Li’tova in the Xi’an Empire. Like the centennial bloom, the sun rises on R.aip’uāng once every 100 Xi’an years.