Noe Town

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Noe Town (Japanese: ノエタウン Noe Town) is a settlement on the Mist Continent in Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon. The player and their partner can visit the town on the Lapras Travel Liner as long as the corresponding Lapras Liner Pass has been bought from the Kecleon Shop. It is shown to be built in a bit more classic style of stone architecture and contains a fountain in the upper part of town.

Points of interest

Kecleon Shop

Kecleon Shop
Main article: Kecleon Shop

As with other Kecleon Shops, this shop is run by a Kecleon, and sells food, Wonder Orbs, TMs, and other various items. The Deposit Box is found next to it. Once Kecleon has been recruited, there is a "Treasures" section in the shop.

Café Connection

Café Connection
Main article: Café Connection

Run by Kangaskhan, this cafe is where players can connect with other Pokémon and pick up rewards from doing jobs.

Hawlucha's Slam School

Hawlucha's Slam School
Main article: Hawlucha's Slam School

Run by Hawlucha, this shop is opened after the first few chapters in the game. Hawlucha can help Pokémon re-learn or forget unwanted moves free of charge, as well as change Abilities, provided they have a Lucha Token. In Noe Town, Hawlucha is found next to Kecleon.

Lapras Travel Liner

Lapras Travel Liner
Main article: Lapras Travel Liner

Run by Lapras, the Lapras Travel Liner can take the player and their partner to any other continent provided the corresponding Lapras Liner Pass has been bought from the Kecleon Shop. After clearing a dungeon in the Mist Continent, Lapras will automatically bring the player's team back to Lively Town.



Name origin

Language Name Origin
Japanese ノエタウン Noe Town From noe (Hawaiian for mist)
English Noe Town Same as Japanese name
French Noé-la-Brume Same as Japanese name. Brume means mist.
German Noé Same as Japanese name
Italian Brumezia From bruma (mist)
Spanish Pueblo Calima From calima (haze)

Locations in the Pokémon world in Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon
Key locations
Serene VillageLively TownBaram TownCapim TownNoe TownSahra Town
Kecleon ShopCafé ConnectionHawlucha's Slam SchoolGlorious Gold
Expedition SocietyLapras Travel LinerVoidlandsTree of Life
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Odd FieldPeewee Meadow
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Mystical ForestSubmerged CavePrehistoric RuinsSpring of ResolveRough Tunnel
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Moonlit CaveFrosty Tree StepsWorld TreeGhost IslandYellow PointRed Point
Distress MountainForest of Bounty
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Giant Stone MeadowFresh MeadowBlue PointTriangle TempleSky Ruins
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Flagstone CaveFrozen MountainPumpkaboo ForestFrozen FallsGooey Bog
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