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Shrouded Forest (シュラウディッド・フォレスト Shuraudiddo foresuto?) is the ninth, tenth, eleventh, or twelfth area of Sonic and the Black Knight for the Wii. It holds one of the four barrier stones.

The Shrouded Forest was once a regular forest with many of the townspeople residing there in their own settlements. When Merlina attempted to use the scabbard of Excalibur to make the kingdom everlasting, the Shrouded Forest was corrupted by the forces of the underworld, leaving the entire forest covered in a layer of miasma. This transformed and twisted Shrouded Forest, giving it a menacing and poisonous look in the form of dark growths that would spread its corruption further through the forest by covering it in new sprouts and spores. This transformation forced out the inhabitants of the Shrouded Forest, leaving it desolate and chocked with towering ruins.[1]


This area is similar to Deep Woods, but due to the curse of the Dark Hollow it is snowing and more mountainous. The end of the area, where the barrier stone lies, reveals a lush green forest untouched by the snow.


Sir Lancelot travels in this area to search for one of the barrier stones. It says "This stone is but part of the ring that sealeth the Dark Hollow." As these words came about in Lancelot's head, he wonders what Merlina plans to do to the kingdom.


For gimmicks and obstacles, Shrouded Forest has several Logs that can be to cross over thorns sprouting out of the ground, and Breakable Blocks.


  • This area seems most affected by the Dark Hollow due to enchanted trees that are willing to attack the player.
  • In the stage "Don't touch the Ground", Gawain is the best choice due to his gliding capabilities.
  • Obtaining five Mastery Stars in "Don't touch the Ground" will award the player with Lancelot's Battle quotes.






Name Artist(s) Length Music track
"Shrouded Forest" Richard Jacques 4:06


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