Bewilder Forest

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Bewilder Forest
迷いの森 Bewilder Forest
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Bewilder Forest
Region Sinnoh
Debut Different Strokes for Different Blokes

Bewilder Forest (Japanese: いの Bewilder Forest) is an anime-exclusive forest in the Sinnoh region. It is located between Sandgem Town and Jubilife City. Bewilder Forest is notorious for its Stantler population, who often disorientate travelers using the illusion-inducing powers from their antlers.

This location was featured in Different Strokes for Different Blokes. Ash's rival Paul caught two Pokémon here: an Ursaring and a Stantler. Stantler was released soon after its capture as Paul was unimpressed by its strength, but Ursaring remains on his party.

Ash also fought in a battle against Paul. Ash's somewhat mistrusting Turtwig began to obey his commands during the match, but ultimately, Turtwig was defeated by Paul's Chimchar.

Pokémon seen in Bewilder Forest

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Beedrill (multiple)
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Ekans
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Stantler (multiple)

Caught Pokémon

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Paul's Ursaring
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Paul's Stantler*

Trivia

In other languages

Language Title
20px Finnish Hämmennysmetsä
20px Italian Bosco delle Illusioni
20px Polish Magiczny Las



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