Dark Forest may refer to:
- Dark Forest (film), a South Korean horror film
- "Dark Forest", an episode of the TV show A Haunting
- Dark Forest, room in the television game show Legends of the Hidden Temple
- Dark Forest, afterlife in the Redwall series of fantasy novels
- Dark Forest, a forbidden area on the Hogwarts campus in the Harry Potter movie series. In the book series, this area was the Forbidden Forest
- Dark Forest, afterlife in the Warriors series by Erin Hunter.
Other articles related to "dark forest, forest":
... The Dark Forest ties with Wolfpack Renegades for the smallest Castle theme ever ... The largest set was 6079 Dark Forest Fortress Reference Name Released Minifigures Notes 6024 Bandit Ambush 1996 Forestmen (2) 6046 Hemlock Stronghold 1996 Skeleton, Soldier, Guard, Forestmen (2) 6079 ...
... of Speed) is an Intamin accelerator coaster located in the Dark Forest area of Alton Towers in Staffordshire, England ... Park which opened in 2006, though this partly changed with the retheming of Ug Land into the Dark Forest for 2010 ... It now stands as an abandoned drag racer that is used as the escape cart to escape the Dark Forest ...
... Dark Forest The Dark Forest consists of trees that are over ten times as tall as Ulopa ... In the forest, Ulopa can collect various flowers and fruits for bonus points ... In the Dark Forest, the game introduces two new items an eye which makes Ulopa temporarily invulnerable, and a parachute which allows him to fall down from greater heights ...
... The Place of No Stars, also known as the Dark Forest, is where the spirits of cats who have caused great pain and suffering in their lives go or are ... place, although there is no sun, moon, nor any stars, the entire forest is bathed in a sickly glow ... Cats known to walk the Dark Forest include Thistleclaw, Tigerstar, Hawkfrost, Brokenstar, Darkstripe, Clawface and Mapleshade ...
Famous quotes containing the words forest and/or dark:
“The moose will, perhaps, one day become extinct; but how naturally then, when it exists only as a fossil relic, and unseen as that, may the poet or sculptor invent a fabulous animal with similar branching and leafy horns ... to be the inhabitant of such a forest as this!”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“Their school a crowd, his master solitude;
Through Jonathan Swifts dark grove he passed, and there
Plucked bitter wisdom that enriched his blood.”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)