Rapoville

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Rapoville

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Rapoville as it appears without Shadow.

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Rapoville as it appears without Shadow.

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Characteristics
Mayor Mayor (Formerly)
Mari
Population 51 (DtL)
15 (Wii)
31 (TR)
Specialization None
Creation (Presumed)
Creations Listed Below
Information
Number Starting
(0)
Levels 5 Warp Gates (DtL)
4 Warp Gates + Circi Loves Wilfre (Wii)
Sections 10
Games Drawn to Life Link
Drawn to Life: The Next Chapter (Wii) Link
Drawn to Life: The Next Chapter Link
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Navigation
Last Village
Belleview
Next Village
Turtle Rock
First the Creator formed a circle and drew our world.
Then, the Creator populated the world with our beautiful forests.

–Introductory Cutscene


Rapoville, also known as the Raposa Village before Drawn to Life: Two Realms, is the main village in the Drawn to Life Series. The village has many different features and buildings in it, some of which are Gates that lead to other parts of the world. It is roughly divided into different areas by the Gate locations and compass directions. It is the home of many of the main characters in the series, including Mari, Jowee, Mayor, and Wilfre. It is also the home to Creation Hall, a building dedicated to the Creator and the birthplace of the Hero.

Book Icon.png Story[edit]

Before Drawn to Life[edit]

Before the events of Drawn to Life, Rapoville was a thriving village dedicated to the Creator led by Mayor, the mayor of the village. One day, a popular villager named Wilfre challenged why it was forbidden to draw in the Book of Life. One night, Wilfre snuck into Creation Hall and stole the Book of Life, taking it back to his home and accidentally creating the Shadow. Running away, Wilfre took the Book and scattered the pages into the wind, upsetting the Creator. In their sadness, they sealed Creation Hall and abandoned the village.

As time went on, more and more parts of the village began to disappear, including the Sun, the Banya crop, and even the passage of time. Darkness began creeping into the village and most villagers left, leaving only three families by the time the game begins.

Drawn to Life[edit]

At the beginning of the game, the Village is almost entirely covered in Darkness and nearly all the villagers have left. Mari, one of the last remaining Raposa, prays for the Creator to return. They do, and they grant the village a Hero to help restore the village. As the game progresses, the player must progress by bringing back Templates and Raposa from levels to bring life back to the Village, and clearing Darkness periodically to reveal new areas. Early into the game, they player is also prompted to name the Village. By the end of the game, the Hero has rescued 51 villagers.

Throughout the game, Wilfre returns to mock the villagers and the Hero, sending threats such as Frostwind, Deadwood, and the Angler King after them. At the end of the game, Wilfre corners Mayor by the Forest Gate, demanding the Book of Life. When Mayor doesn't comply, Wilfre kills him, stealing the Book of Life from his body. Now having the Book of Life again, Creations begin to disappear once more. The Hero chases Wilfre through the Secret Door, and defeats him, returning the Book of Life to the village. In the wake of her father's death, Mari becomes the next mayor of the village.

Drawn to Life: The Next Chapter (Wii)[edit]

This Section of Rapoville Contains Non-Canon Content!

Rapoville, called exclusively Raposa Village in this game, acts once again as the main hub for the Hero and Raposa. The Village had some of it's objects stolen, such as Isaac's Door and the Village Bridge, which the Hero must restore throughout the game. Circi believes that Zsasha is responsible for the crimes, but his innocence is proven when he is rescued from the Monkey King. After hearing from Zsasha that a shadowy figure was seen in Jangala, Circi fears that Wilfre had returned and began to spread the news to the villagers.

Eventually, the Hero is tasked to collect the four Artifacts of Power to stop Wilfre, and after collecting one, Circi stores it in Village Hall. At the end of the game, Circi is revealed to have been in love with Wilfre, and uses the Artifacts, along with the Book of Life, to try to recreate Wilfre, who was still deceased due to the events of the first game. She fails at doing so and creates the Giant Scribble Monster, flooding the Village with ink in the process. The Hero and Mari team up to defeat the monster, and when they do, the Village all celebrate the Hero for saving them.

Drawn to Life: The Next Chapter[edit]

At the beginning of Drawn to Life: The Next Chapter, Wilfre drains all of the color from the Village and the Raposa are forced to take shelter on Turtle Rock. The Village is not revisited again until the very end of the game; instead the game takes place across four other villages: Watersong, Lavasteam, Galactic Jungle, and Wilfre's Wasteland. Even when the Village is revisited at the end of the game it cannot be explored in any way.

Drawn to Life: Two Realms[edit]

Four years later, Mari is still the mayor of the village and is working with a twice-revived Wilfre to reconnect with Mike. Throughout the game, the Hero and Mike visit both Rapoville and Belleview, working together to stop Aldark's plans. Near the middle of the game, Mari tasks the Hero to help deal with a group of lazy villagers. Later in the game, Mike escapes to the Watersong house and hides out until he builds up the courage to face Deputy Snyder.

GalileoMinimapIcon.png Village Features[edit]

JoweeThumbSmall.png Named Residents[edit]

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Mayor

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Mari

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Jowee

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Wilfre

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Amy

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Bubba

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Butler

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Cindi

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Circi

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Click

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Cookie

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Count Choco

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Crazy Barks

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Crazy Diggz

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Cricket

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DJ

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Dr. Cure

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Erika

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Farmer Brown

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Galileo

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Heather

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Indee

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Isaac

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Key

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King Miney

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Kyren

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Mike

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Mildew

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Miles

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Moe

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Mya

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NavyJ

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Nima

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Oma

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Pirate Beard

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Pouches

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Samuel

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Tubba

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Unagi

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Zsasha

*Formerly

†Only in Drawn to Life: The Next Chapter (Wii)

‡Only in Drawn to Life: Two Realms

Trivia[edit]

  • The player can access the Northeastern section of the village while the clouds are only partially cleared; doing so will cause the Minimap to go black.
  • In Drawn to Life, the entire village area uses a color palette of less than 256 unique colors.
    • This count does not include creations drawn by the player.
  • After renaming the village in Drawn to Life, the new name cannot be changed.
  • Out of all the various villages in the games, this one seems to be most connected to the Creator.
  • On the title screen for Drawn to Life: Two Realms, both Rapoville and Belleview can be seen together, with certain characters walking through the scene.
  • Galileo has named the Raposa planet "Raporia Prime", although it's unknown if he has the scientific authority to popularize such a name.

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