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For the machine village in NieR:Automata, see Pascal's Village.
"Our world is dying. Once thriving populations now lie decimated by plague and disease. ...The end has never felt so close."
—Nier

The Village is a location in NieR RepliCant and NieR Gestalt. It serves as the games' primary hub, and is the home of Nier and Yonah.

Description Edit

Village Fountain RG

Apart from Nier's house and the library, which seems to be the permanent residence of Popola, the village consists of a single strip of buildings by a river. This part of the town is called the Shopping District—however, it is the only district. There is also a large green field surrounding the village as well as a fountain near the library, where Devola sometimes goes to share her music.

The village has three large gates which lead to the outside world. After the attack on the village during the game's first half, the remaining gates are shut, and will then need to be opened when leaving each time. The ferry also becomes available for use after Kainé is freed from the library's door, opening up fast travel to the rest of the overworld.

Services Edit


The Lost Eggs Start

Sells basic supplies as well as maps of the neighboring areas:

Shopping List Start

Sells a limited variety of seeds, and the Cultivator's Handbook if her quests weren't completed during Part I:

Staying Afloat Log

Sells items that would otherwise be found as uncommon drops in harvest points:

Village Grocer RG

Sells a limited variety of fresh goods:

The Damaged Map Start

Sells the best sword during the first half of the game, and serves as the client for The Damaged Map:

Closure Location
Devola will move here after being spoken to at the fountain several times. In
the story, she helps Nier find work; for the player, she acts as a backlog for
quests that have yet to be completed.


Notes Edit

  • As with the roads that lead outside, the weather in the Village changes at random.
  • Nier's garden is the only place where Pink and White Moonflower Seeds can be obtained.
  • Drowning at any point in the river sends Nier close to his house.

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