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Noir Forest サマヨイのもり
Samayoi Forest
Noir Forest
Connecting locations
North Old Mansion
South None
West None
East Mitonga Road
Noir Forest on the map of Oblivia
Location of Noir Forest in Oblivia

Noir Forest (Japanese: サマヨイのもり Samayoi Forest) is a location in Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs.

It is located south of the Old Mansion and northeast of Mitonga Road on Mitonga Island. Players must avoid the light released by the Dusclops because having the light shined on the player will return them back to the entrance. The Dusclops act as bodyguards. They can be captured by running into them from behind. There are many Fallen Logs in Noir Forest. Once all Dusclops are captured, Dusknoir will appear.


In other languages

Language Name Origin
Japanese サマヨイのもり Samayoi Forest From さまよう samayoi (wandering)
English Noir Forest From noir (French for black)
French Forêt Téranox From nox (Latin for darkness)
German Zwirrwälder From Zwielicht (twilight). Zwirr refers to Zwirrklop (Dusclops) and Zwirrfinst (Dusknoir).
Italian Bosco Ramingo From ramingo (wandering)
Spanish Bosque Oscunoir From oscuro (dark) and noir (French for black)

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