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Vitu-Ghazi, the City-Tree. Art by Martina Pilcerova.

Although the Selesnya Conclave of Ravnica believe that power is not centered in any one location, the massive world-tree Vitu-Ghazi still serves as the focus and guildhall of the guild.[1] Vitu-Ghazi's trunk acts as the cathedral where worshippers come from all around Ravnica, and also serves as home to the guildmaster Trostani and the Dryad Conclave.[2]

Vitu-Gazhi was where Mat'Selesnya slept, and was uprooted partially by Szadek so he could drink Mat'Selesnya. It was also severely damaged by the nephilim, and in the fight between Project Kraj and Rakdos. Nonetheless, it still seems to stand proud.[3] Its mending are however superficial. Beneath the bark it is fragile, with stress fractures running through its branches, and hidden support struts barely able to take the weight.[4]

At night, its branches of Vitu-Ghazi are aglow with firefly light.[3]

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  1. James Wyatt and Jeremy Crawford (November 2018). "D&D Guildmasters' Guide to Ravnica", Wizards of the Coast.
  2. The Magic Creative Team. (August 22, 2012.) "Planeswalker's Guide to Return to Ravnica: Part 1",, Wizards of the Coast.
  3. a b Nicky Drayden. (November 14, 2018.) "Bound and Bonded",, Wizards of the Coast.
  4. Nicky Drayden. (February 20, 2019.) "The Ledger of Hidden Fortunes",, Wizards of the Coast.