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The '''Hidden Land''' (Japanese: '''まぼろしのだいち''' ''Phantom Land'') is a Dungeon in [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time and Explorers of Darkness]] and [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky]]. The Hidden Land has 15 floors, while the Hidden Highland has eight. The Hidden Land was passed down in oral legends for a long time, but nobody had ever found it. It is an area located in a gap in time, or between the split of a second, as {{mdc|Lapras|2}} put it. It was hidden to prevent anything happening to [[Temporal Tower]], which was the home of [[Primal Dialga|Dialga]], controller of time. If the flow of time was disrupted, Temporal Tower would collapse. This would cause time to stop, and the planet would be paralyzed, in a shroud of darkness. The only key to entering this land was the partner's [[Relic Fragment]].
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The '''Hidden Land''' (Japanese: '''まぼろしのだいち''' ''Phantom Land'') is a Dungeon in [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time and Explorers of Darkness]] and [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky]]. The Hidden Land has 15 floors, while the Hidden Highland has eight. The Hidden Land was passed down in oral legends for a long time, but nobody had ever found it. It is an area located in a gap in time, or between the split of a second, as {{mdc|Lapras|2}} put it. It was hidden to prevent anything happening to [[Temporal Tower]], which was the home of [[Primal Dialga|Dialga]], controller of time. If the flow of time was disrupted, Temporal Tower would collapse. This would cause time to stop, and the planet would be paralyzed in a shroud of darkness. The only key to entering this land was the partner's [[Relic Fragment]].
    
When {{mdc|Torkoal|2}}, the town elder, is asked about the Hidden Land at the [[Hot Spring]], he mentions that one needs "proof" to enter, but then forgets. He comes the next day and tells the [[Wigglytuff's Guild|guild]] that the proof is of a strange certain marking. The {{player}} remembers that their partner's Relic Fragment has a strange pattern on it, and tells him/her to show it to Torkoal. He is astonished when he sees the needed pattern on the Relic Fragment. When the fragment is brought to a larger marking in [[Brine Cave]], the two react and a light shines from the large marking, summoning Lapras, who will ferry {{mdc|Grovyle|2}}, the player, and their partner to the Hidden Land. At the end of the Hidden Land is the '''Old Ruins''', where the [[Rainbow Stoneship]] lies, as well as {{mdc|Dusknoir|2}}, who ambushes the party with his {{p|Sableye}}.
 
When {{mdc|Torkoal|2}}, the town elder, is asked about the Hidden Land at the [[Hot Spring]], he mentions that one needs "proof" to enter, but then forgets. He comes the next day and tells the [[Wigglytuff's Guild|guild]] that the proof is of a strange certain marking. The {{player}} remembers that their partner's Relic Fragment has a strange pattern on it, and tells him/her to show it to Torkoal. He is astonished when he sees the needed pattern on the Relic Fragment. When the fragment is brought to a larger marking in [[Brine Cave]], the two react and a light shines from the large marking, summoning Lapras, who will ferry {{mdc|Grovyle|2}}, the player, and their partner to the Hidden Land. At the end of the Hidden Land is the '''Old Ruins''', where the [[Rainbow Stoneship]] lies, as well as {{mdc|Dusknoir|2}}, who ambushes the party with his {{p|Sableye}}.
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