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|Use||A secluded beach area|
It is a small, secluded shore littered with seashells and aquatic animals. A boulder can be seen to the left of the beach near the sudden cliff-side that surrounds the shore like a wall.
Due to its small, hidden nature, it is a perfect place for serious meetings, or a sanctuary when a character, usually Mari, wants to be alone.
Drawn to LifeEdit
The Hidden Beach is cleared of Darkness after finishing Surf Beach, when Mari decides that the main beach to the west is becoming too crowded for her liking and asks The Creator to clear the small, secluded cove. She starts spending more time there past this point.
Soon afterward, The Mayor points out that it's nice, but feels a bit empty, and then suggests that The Creator plants a grove of Kori Trees for decoration.
The ledge on the left is where the Mayor's Spirit and The Hero appear during the end credits, looking down at Mari and Jowee when Jowee decides not to go with Pirate Beard's Treasure Hunt after all.
Drawn to Life: The Next ChapterEdit
The Hidden Beach is seen briefly at the very start of the game, when Heather runs up to it after her nightmare and sees the treasure chest that had been washed up on the shore. When the treasure chest opens and she picks up a scepter, Wilfre is able to take control of her and make his return.
- Interestingly, a sign marks the location of the beach.
- The Secret Beach changed very little in the sequel, besides taking a more isometric style like the rest of the village. Adding to this point, the locations of grass patches and the sizes of trees remained constant between the two games.