White Forest

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White Forest ホワイトフォレスト
White Forest
"People and Nature in Harmony"
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Map description
A place of nature's bounty, it attracts people who long for nature.
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Route 15
White Forest


Location
Unova Black City White Forest Black Tower White Treehollow Map.png
Location of White Forest in Unova.

White Forest (Japanese: ホワイトフォレスト White Forest) is a forest in eastern Unova. White Forest is exclusive to Pokémon White and Pokémon White 2. Unlike Black City, White Forest has a variety of wild Pokémon as well as characters and tasks that do not occur in Pokémon Black. It is located to the east of Route 15.

The appearance of White Forest is dependent on the number of people currently residing there. When the player enters the forest for the very first time, the total number of residents is determined by the number of days it took the player to reach White Forest. The number of residents can be between 0 (low occupancy) and 10 (maximum occupancy). In addition to visual changes, some wild Pokémon will only appear with a certain resident.

At maximum occupancy White Forest contains large trees, many patches of tall grass and can have water surfaces. At low level occupancy the trees are smaller, there are fewer or no water surfaces, and patches of tall grass are sparse. The Mayor's House and Pokémon Center are present regardless of how many people reside in the forest.

When using the Entralink feature to visit another player's Black City, the player can invite people who have left their Black City to come to White Forest to increase occupancy; this can enable new items and wild Pokémon to be found.

In White 2, White Forest has changed from the original White version. There are no longer patches of tall grass or pools of water to find wild Pokémon in. Instead, the White Treehollow is located within the northern part of the forest.

Demographics

Pokémon White

In Pokémon White, White Forest has a maximum population of 25, although only 10 residents can be present at any one time.

Each NPC has a set number of points, which will change depending on certain functions that can be performed by the player. If an NPC's points value reaches 0, then they will leave White Forest. The factors involved in this are as follows:

Function Value
1 day passes -5 points
Player enters area +3 points
Player talks to character +10 points


New NPCs can only be brought into White Forest by inviting them from Black City via the Entralink.

NPCs that have left will be visible to other players in Entralink. If this area becomes full, no more will leave, even if their score reaches zero.

Pokémon White 2

In Pokémon White 2, population instead increases as areas of White Treehollow are completed.

Poké Mart

Upper cashier
  Poké Ball
 200
  Great Ball
 600
  Ultra Ball
 1200
  Potion
 300
  Super Potion
 700
  Hyper Potion
 1200
  Max Potion
 2500
  Full Restore
 3000
  Revive
 1500
  Antidote
 100
  Parlyz Heal
 200
  Awakening
 250
  Burn Heal
 250
  Ice Heal
 250
  Full Heal
 600
  Escape Rope
 550
  Repel
 350
  Super Repel
 500
  Max Repel
 700
Lower cashier
  BridgeMail M
 50
  Greet Mail
 50
  Favored Mail
 50
  RSVP Mail
 50
  Thanks Mail
 50
  Inquiry Mail
 50
  Like Mail
 50
  Reply Mail
 50


Items

Each day, each resident present may drop an item in one of ten locations in the Forest to be picked up that day. The items dropped mostly correlate with the items sold at the Market by the same resident in Black City.

Item Location Games
  Stardust Leo  W 
  Dive Ball Jacques  W 
  Thunderstone Ken  W 
  Heart Scale Lynette  W 
  Yellow Shard Collin  W 
  Quick Ball Ryder  W 
  Nest Ball Piper  W 
  Green Shard Marie  W 
  TinyMushroom Dave  W 
  Net Ball Shane  W 
  Dusk Stone Herman  W 
  Repeat Ball Miki  W 
  Poké Ball Pierce
Silvia
 W 
  Rare Bone Britney  W 
  Great Ball Robbie  W 
  Fire Stone Vincent  W 
  Water Stone Ralph  W 
  Ultra Ball Miho  W 
  Sun Stone Lena  W 
  Leaf Stone Karenna  W 
  Moon Stone Rosa  W 
  Shiny Stone Molly  W 
  Big Mushroom Gene  W 
  Blue Shard Eliza  W 
  Dawn Stone Grace  W 
  Oval Stone Carlos  W 
  Red Shard Doug  W 
  Honey Frederic  W 
  Timer Ball Emi  W 

Mayor

The following Berries can be obtained by showing a certain Pokémon available in White Forest at the moment to the Mayor. This can be done once every day, but the Pokémon must have been caught on the same day.

Item Location Games
  Chesto Berry Given by the Mayor  W 
  Pecha Berry Given by the Mayor  W 
  Leppa Berry Given by the Mayor  W 
  Lum Berry Given by the Mayor  W 
  Bluk Berry Given by the Mayor  W 

Pokémon White 2

In Pokémon White 2, there are four stalls, each unlocked after completing a certain area in the White Treehollow. Each store sells one item per day. Items on the left are sold on weekdays, while items on the right are sold on weekends. The areas to unlock the stalls are Area 2, Area 5, Area 8, and Area 10, respectively.

Store 1
  Leaf Stone
 1000
  DeepSeaTooth
 1000


Store 2
  Water Stone
 2000
  DeepSeaScale
 2000


Store 3
  Shiny Stone
 4000
  Dragon Scale
 4000


Store 4
  Oval Stone
 6000
  King's Rock
 6000


Pokémon

All Pokémon are common, but their appearance is determined by certain residents. The Pokémon cannot be avoided through use of Repel or similar methods.

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
Sp Su Au Wi
  Pidgey
B W
  Grass
5 Leo 
  Nidoran♀
B W
  Grass
5 Jacques 
  Nidoran♂
B W
  Grass
5 Ken 
  Oddish
B W
  Grass
5 Lynette 
  Abra
B W
  Grass
5 Collin 
  Machop
B W
  Grass
5 Ryder 
  Bellsprout
B W
  Grass
5 Piper 
  Magnemite
B W
  Grass
5 Marie 
  Gastly
B W
  Grass
5 Dave 
  Rhyhorn
B W
  Grass
5 Shane 
  Porygon
B W
  Grass
5 Herman 
  Togepi
B W
  Grass
5 Miki 
  Mareep
B W
  Grass
5 Pierce 
  Hoppip
B W
  Grass
5 Britney 
  Elekid
B W
  Grass
5 Robbie 
  Magby
B W
  Grass
5 Vincent 
  Wurmple
B W
  Grass
5 Silvia 
  Lotad
B W
  Grass
5 Ralph 
  Seedot
B W
  Grass
5 Miho 
  Ralts
B W
  Grass
5 Lena 
  Slakoth
B W
  Grass
5 Karenna 
  Whismur
B W
  Grass
5 Rosa 
  Azurill
B W
  Grass
5 Molly 
  Aron
B W
  Grass
5 Gene 
  Trapinch
B W
  Grass
5 Eliza 
  Bagon
B W
  Grass
5 Grace 
  Starly
B W
  Grass
5 Carlos 
  Shinx
B W
  Grass
5 Doug 
  Budew
B W
  Grass
5 Frederic 
  Happiny
B W
  Grass
5 Emi 
Surfing
  Wooper
B W
  Surfing
5 Lena, Frederic, Herman, Grace
  Lotad
B W
  Surfing
5 Ryder, Karenna, Doug, Marie, Molly, Eliza, Collin, Jacques, Rosa
  Surskit
B W
  Surfing
5 Leo, Silvia, Dave, Britney, Robbie, Miki, Lynette, Pierce, Gene, Piper, Miho, Shane, Ralph
  Corphish
B W
  Surfing
5 Vincent, Carlos, Ken, Emi
A colored background means that the Pokémon can be found in this location in the specified game. A white background with a colored letter means that the Pokémon cannot be found here.


Trainers

Pokémon White

Trainer Pokémon
 
School Kid Shaye
シンジ Shinji
Reward:  1300
Triple Battle
  Scrafty Lv.65
No item
  Cofagrigus Lv.65
No item
  Reuniclus Lv.65
No item
 
Nursery Aide Briana
ユカリ Yukari
Reward:  2600
Triple Battle
  Chandelure Lv.65
No item
  Cinccino Lv.65
No item
  Vanilluxe Lv.65
No item


Pokémon White 2

Main article: White Treehollow → Trainers

All Trainers encountered in White Forest are encountered within White Treehollow.

In the manga

 
White Forest in Pokémon Adventures

Pokémon Adventures

Black 2 & White 2 chapter

White Forest appeared in Deduction Time, where it was revealed to have been frozen by the Plasma Frigate. Iris, Alder, and Gorm broke out of the frozen White Treehollow, where they had been training while the forest was attacked. In the process, it was revealed that Alder had passed his Champion title on to Iris.

In the TCG

This listing is of cards mentioning or featuring White Forest in the Pokémon Trading Card Game.

Related cards
Cards listed with a blue background are only legal to use in the current Expanded format.
Cards listed with a silver background are legal to use in both the current Standard and Expanded formats.
Card Type English
Expansion
Rarity # Japanese
Expansion
Rarity #
Azelf   Plasma Blast   38/101 Megalo Cannon   030/076
 


Trivia

  • The Pokémon that can appear here correspond to the specific team of the NPC who generates that Pokémon in Black City.
  • If the player invites people from either Black City or White Forest to go to their game and talks to them, they will say they met the player from the game they came from, even if that player hasn't reached that location yet.
  • White Forest is the only forest in the Pokémon games to contain a Pokémon Center.
  • If White Forest is visited in Pokémon White for the first time, the first patch of grass or the first water tile the player enters will always result in an encounter with a Wild Pokémon.
  • White Forest's German name, Weißer Wald, is alliterative. It shares this trait with its counterpart, Black City.

In other languages

Language Title
Mandarin Chinese 白色森林 Báisè Sēnlín
  European French Forêt Blanche
  German Weißer Wald
  Italian Foresta Bianca
  Korean 화이트포레스트 White Forest
  European Spanish Bosque Blanco
  Vietnamese Khu rừng Trắng



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