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St. Peanutsburg
St. Peanutsburg (Japanese: セイントピーナッツバーグ Seinto Piinattsubaagu) is a city in the USA, and a primary setting in Yo-kai Watch 3.

The city is divided into three main districts: South Mond Area, North Pista Area, and East Cashew Area. There are also many other areas surrounding the city, such as the Damien Farm and Secret Base.

In the games

In the introduction of Yo-kai Watch 3, the Adams family moves to St. Peanutsburg from Springdale, as Dad's workplace has been relocated by his company.

As the story progresses, the rest of the city becomes available to explore.

Southmond Area

The southern part of town. The Adams family's new home is located here. It mainly represents the suburban area of town. it connects to North Pista Area at the top, And Damien Farm at the south.

Places of interest:

New Adams House

South Mond Area Elementary School

Scrapyard

Everymart-like store

North Pista Area

The Northern part of the city. It's here that Nate meets Wyatt and his friends for the first time. As the biggest part of town, it's home to many activities and different things to see. It connects to South Mond Area and East Cashew Area.

Places of interest:

Pizzeria

Sushi bar

Almond bank

Pigeon Post office

Circus tent

American Crank-a-Kai

Small haven with boats

East Cashew Area

The Eastern part of town, and probably the smallest. It's houses not many, yet rather plot-important buildings and features, such as an American version of Timers & More.

At the East, there is a bridge that takes the player to a small area that houses Wyatt's secret base with a river, and an entrance to a large forest area.

It connects to North Pista Area from the West.

Places of interest:

Broccolin Church (USA version of Shoten Temple)

Bob's Watchmakers

Haunted Mansion

Wayfarers Manor (USA)

Tempura bar

Wyatt's base

Large River with raft

Large Supermarket

River & Raft

Right next to Wyatt's base is a river that plays a major role later on in the game. At some point he and Nate build a raft that allows them to cruise the river and access new areas.

Hazeltine Mansion

This mansion is built upon a distant island, and is home to Wyatt and Dorothy, as well as their nanny. It plays a major role during chapter 7, and houses a boss named Beddy-Byes, a manifestation of Wyatt and Dorothy's memories of their mother.

The mansion is huge, and suprisingly symmetrical. It's the first area where Nate and Hailey are forced to solve a puzzle together by constantly switching characters.

Damien Farm

Damien Farm is located south from the city. it's very close to Nate's new home.

Nolan Port

A port located at the south of a large desert erea, northeast from St. Peanutsburg. It can be accessed from the river raft and connects to Condor Canyon.

Geography

St. Peanutsburg is known to be based in the south Midwestern part of the United States. It is not highly known where the area is located, but a presence of a big river with a lake and a steamboat implies the area to be based around rural Louisiana or Florida.

However, the presence of a large desert-like area at the northeast of the city, containing a Wild West-themed village, effectively eliminates this statement.

A lot of American aesthetics are present in this area when compared to Springdale.


Trivia

  • St. Peanutsburg is a reference to the American city of St. Petersburg, Florida.
  • The names of the three areas, (Al)Mond, Pista(chio), and Cashew, are all different types of nuts.
  • North From the city is an island where Hazeltine Mansion is located. It's possible that the steamboat in North Pista Area is used to get there.
    • This is hinted to early on in the game, when Nate approaches that boat for the first time. Dorothy, Wyatt's older sister, and her nanny were just getting off the boat, and it's later revealed that they life on that island, in one of the game's latter story chapters.
  • Broccolin Church's name might be a pun on Broccoli, a vegetable related to the Cauliflower.
  • East Cashew's area's supermarket is unlike any other shop in the entire game. Rather than just selecting and buying items from a list, The player has to grab a shopping cart, put up to five items at once in it from various shelves, scattered across the market, and then check out at one of the counters to buy all these items at once.
  • Warner (Walnur) Village is a Wild West-themed town located far away from St. Peanutsburg. It's name might be a reference to the Walnut, another type of nut.

In other languages

  • Italian: Saint Peanutsburg
  • German: St. Peanutsburg