After Bala Ged was overrun by the Eldrazi Jori En fled with her human friend Kendrin to Tazeem. Kendrin was on the brink of a discovery, she called the 'puzzle of leylines'. She suspected that the hedrons and the Eldrazi were connected and wanted to travel to Sea Gate to see the Lighthouse's records on the Eye of Ugin, but she died before she could accomplish that. 
When Gideon Jura heard Jori En's tale, he went to recruit the biggest expert on leylines, Jace Beleren. He told Jori En to join Commander Vorik's refugees, so that he could find her when he returned. When he actually returned With Jace, Gideon found out that Jori En was still trapped at Sea Gate. He rescued her again and brought her to Jace hoping that together they might be able to link Zendikar's leylines with the hedrons in order to find a way to stop the Eldrazi.  After Jace and Jori En figured out that they had to travel to the Eye of Ugin in Akoum, Gideon stayed behind to organize the refugees.
On their way to Akoum, the two were ambushed by the Eternal Pilgrims, a group of Kor who worshipped Mangeni Ula, their name for Ulamog. Barely escaping the titan itself, Jace and Jori En realized that Ulamog was heading for Sea Gate. They then decided to split up, Jace continuing to Akoum and Jori En heading back to alert Gideon of the coming disaster.   After the attack of Ulamog, the rise of Kozilek and the destruction of Sea Gate, Jori En found herself in the sea surrounded by dead sea creatures.  She found the wounded Kiora, and helped her retrieve her bident.
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- Ari Levitch. (July 15, 2015.) “Limits”, magicthegathering.com, Wizards of the Coast.
- James Wyatt. (August 19, 2015 .) “Slaughter at the Refuge”, magicthegathering.com, Wizards of the Coast.
- Doug Beyer. (September 2, 2015.) “The Believers' Pilgrimage”, magicthegathering.com, Wizards of the Coast.
- Kimberly J. Kreines. (November 18, 2015.) “Hedron Alignment”, magicthegathering.com, Wizards of the Coast.
- Ari Levitch. (January 27, 2016.) “Beneath the Surface”, magicthegathering.com, Wizards of the Coast.
- Doug Beyer. (February 17, 2016.) “Zendikar's Last Stand”, magicthegathering.com, Wizards of the Coast.