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Forest of Seasons

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Forest of Seasons
First appearance Secret of Mana (1993)
Latest appearance Secret of Mana HD (2018)
Greater location Upper Land
Inhabitant(s) Moogles (temporarily) • Neko (temporarily) • Watts (temporarily)

Forest of Seasons is a location in Secret of Mana. As its name would suggest, it is a woodsy area divided in four sections representing spring, summer, autumn and winter respectively. It is connected to the Great Forest to the southwest, the Forest of Seasons Cannon Travel Center to the southeast, and Moogle Village and Sprite Village to its center.

The party can reach the forest after being shot from the Cannon Travel Center near the Water Palace where Gemma instructed them to go next.


Secret of Mana[edit]


Neko's Shop[edit]

Item(s) Cost
Candy SOM sprite.png Candy 20 GP
Medical Herb SOM sprite.png Medical Herb 20 GP
Chocolate SOM sprite.png Chocolate 60 GP
Cup of Wishes SOM sprite.png Cup of Wishes 300 GP
Faerie Walnut SOM sprite.png Faerie Walnut 1000 GP
Cobra Bracelet SOM sprite.png Cobra Bracelet 560 GP
Power Wrist SOM sprite.png Power Wrist 300 GP
Kung Fu Dress SOM sprite.png Kung Fu Dress 700 GP
Spiky Suit SOM sprite.png Spiky Suit 520 GP
Quill Cap SOM sprite.png Quill Cap 220 GP
Head Gear SOM sprite.png Head Gear 140 GP

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 四季の森
Shiki no mori
Forest of the Four Seasons
Spanish Bosque de las estaciones Same as English
French ??? (SNES)
Forêt des quatre saisons (3D)
Same as Japanese
German Vier-Jahreszeiten-Wald (SNES)
Wald der vier Jahreszeiten (3D)
Four Seasons Forest (SNES)
Same as Japanese (3D)


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