Absentia Natural Park

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Absentia Natural Park
アルサス自然公園 Alsace Natural Park
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Absentia Natural Park
Region Unova
Debut Genesect and the Legend Awakened

Absentia Natural Park (Japanese: アルサス自然公園 Alsace Natural Park) is an anime-exclusive location in Unova, which appeared in Genesect and the Legend Awakened. It is known as Alssace Nature Park in the English-language version of the manga adaptation.

The Genesect Army's personal connection to the Panna Lotus flowers originally attracted them to New Tork City's Pokémon Hills. Eric later explained that he transplanted the 300 million-year-old flowers to Pokémon Hills from Absentia Natural Park. In the end, Ash, his friends, and Eric drove to the location and helped the Genesect Army relocate to the park due to their attachment to the Panna Lotuses.

Absentia Natural Park is a water-filled canyon surrounded by pine forests. It proved to be a perfectly isolated environment for the Genesect to thrive, and they quickly set up a nest.

Pokémon at the park

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Genesect Army

Trivia

  • The Japanese name of the park may be derived from Alsace, a region in France known to contain many forests.


Anime-exclusive locations in Unova
Absentia Natural ParkAmbiga TownAntimony Research LabArea 28Astilbe TownBattle ClubClock towerDeserted IslandEindoak Town
Ferroseed Research InstituteFull CourtHero's RuinInakano TownKingdom of the ValeLitwick MansionLuxuria TownMilos IslandMistralton Tower
N's hideoutNew Tork CityNimbasa TownPokémon HillsRainbow ValleyRoshan CityStonesthrow TownSword of the ValeUnnamed forestVertress City
Village of DragonsWhite RuinsWindy Station
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