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Template:Location infobox Evershade Valley is a location in Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon. This location is where the game's story unfolds.

The ghosts were getting along nicely with Professor E. Gadd who had set up another lab in the valley. The Dark Moon ends up getting destroyed when King Boo arrived. The destruction of the Dark Moon caused the once peaceful ghosts to turn into an evil counterpart.

After enlisting for the help of Luigi, Professor E. Gadd uses his new invention, the Pixelator, to summon Luigi to his lab.

Points of Interest

E. Gadd's Bunker

E. Gadd's Bunker serves as the safe house in Evershade Valley. Inside the bunker, Luigi and Professor E. Gadd are safe from the ghosts that roam the mansions. It is here that Professor E. Gadd watches over Luigi's progress and can pixelize him into the bunker if need be.

Gloomy Manor

Bearing many similarities to the mansion from Luigi's Mansion. Inside the mansion, Luigi can get the Poltergust 5000, the Strobulb and the Dark-Light Device.

Haunted Towers

The Haunted Towers, which appear to be two mansions on a plot of land, serve as the second mansion of the game. Based heavily on plant life, it has rooms such as a Greenhouse and a nursery for the plants.

Old Clockworks

Serving as the third mansion, Old Clockworks resembles a large longcase clock. With a desert-like theme, Old Clockworks introduces stronger versions of the ghosts that Luigi has already countered against.

Secret Mine

The Secret Mine, which serves as the fourth mansion, is an abandoned mine where the Boos mine special crystals in order to grant the regular ghosts more strength.

Treacherous Mansion

The Treacherous Mansion resembles a museum with many exhibits. This mansion serves as the final location in the game.

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