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Yume 2kki:Twilight Park

Twilight Park
Twilightpark.jpg
Basic Info
Original Name(s)

月明かりの庭園
Moonlight Garden


Effects

EffectNone

Collectibles

WP #420
#438
#507

Events None
Notable NPCs

None

Other
Connecting Areas

Lost Shoal
Monolith Jungle

BGM

se018-0016 (Main Area) (No. 287E)
RIMA-bgm-Accordion001 (Ladies' Date) (No. 234B)
bgm021 (Underground) (No. 267C)
Fireplace (Butterfly Room) (No. 293C)
Newtorikawamakkusu (Pub) (No. 072C)

Map ID 1562, 1563, 1564, 1565, 1566, 1567, 1568, 1573
Primary Author

noildoof

Contributing Author(s)

qxy


The Twilight Park is an area accessed through the intertwined branches in Lost Shoal, or the opened manhole in Monolith Jungle.

Map of the Twilight Park


Features

Twilight Park is set in an idyllic field peppered with blue flowers, wrought-iron lamp posts, benches, and dark treetops. The park is separated into a southern and northern area, with the former being mostly fenced in and can primarily be entered through the Monolith Jungle's manhole. The northern area houses a sparse village, and can be entered via the dock directly north of the wrought-iron arch leading to Lost Shoal, near to the park's clock.

The southern area features strange creatures and sculptures, including that of an angel known as a Throne, and an odd creature resembling a satellite dish. A girl dressed in green, whose location may occasionally be found here either in the playground's swing set if your Variable #44 is equal to or greater than 230, or sitting near the satellite creature if your Variable #44 is between 100 and 229 (she wont be there at all if the Variable #44 conditions are not met). In the western part of this area, a pub can be found here which typically appears dark and devoid of visitors. Upon entering, however, there is a 1/5 chance that the pub will be fully lit, with several tables occupied by nondescript people who do not appear to react to the player. A small man-made lake with a deer-like sculpture can be found here and explored with one of the available boats near a gazebo.

These north and south zones are separated by a large lake reflecting the full moon that can be explored through several boats found throughout the park and features more sculptures and other odd creatures, including a pair of faceless, colorful quadrupedal creatures with long hair. An isle in the center of the lake has a bridge leading to a solitary room with another strange creature, most likely a fountain, appearing to have water leaking from its eyes, as the bridge is connected with stony pillars. From this zone, you can enter the northern segment of the park.

The northern area is markedly less labyrinthine and features numerous houses, though many of them are locked. Climbing up a small ladder from the entrance will lead to a long dock, to show a view of two Shadow Ladies enjoying tea together and having a chat. Continuing eastward, only four of the doors are unlocked and lead to a certain room.

The third door immediately east to the Shadow Ladies leads to a quiet, fancy room adorned with elaborate wallpaper and lavish furniture, including a radio that will produce a noise upon interaction. The far right area houses a small laundry room, whereupon entering the washing machine will lead the player to a similarly luxuriant bedroom with an abundance of potted plants, as well as a desk with an open book; using the Glasses effect will reveal a ghostly figure with dark hair sitting in the chair. The player may return to the laundry room by entering the bedroom's mirror.

The door east to the one leading to the fancy room leads to a tiny garden, where the player may sit and relax in the bench. Another door can be found in the northern area that houses a weird, carpeted room, where the walls are tacked heavily with numerous doors and windows. The final unlocked room is adorned with orange butterfly wallpaper, a roaring fireplace, and golden cages hanging from the ceiling. A lone woman dressed in black and orange sits in a chair.

There is another door at the far east side of the village that is coned off, hinting at an upcoming expansion in the future.

Directions

OR


After visiting the Industrial Waterfront once:

After visiting Silent Sewers once:


If the connection from Urotsuki's Dream Apartments to Sugar Road is active and you visited Chaos Exhibition from the Underground Laboratory:

OR

If the connection from Urotsuki's Dream Apartments to Sugar Road is active:

Trivia

  • The Ladies' Date is a homage to the Toriningen Party from the original Yume Nikki.

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