The Creator drew everything in this book and brought it into existence...”
–Drawn to Life 's introduction
Creator uses to draw and color all of the things such as the Hero, the Eternal Flame, etc. A new, or restored, page for the Book of Life is obtained after every level except the very first level as well as all boss levels. It is the Creator's "tool" to creating things, and it contains Templates that become real once they are colored.
The Book of Life is an old, thick, red (or green) hard-cover book with gold trimmings and a golden Raposa head drawn onto the front. The pages are slightly worn; some pages have line-drawings, some are blank, and some have written words. It also has a red silk-bound bookmark.
First the Creator formed a circle and drew the world and the sea; then he populated it with beautiful forests. Lastly, the Creator made the Raposa to live in the new world.
The Fall Edit
Before the time where the game takes place, Wilfre drew in the Book of Life, his creations came out dark and twisted, and he to be chased out. He ripped out key pages such as the sun and moon, tore them and the book to shreds then threw them into the wind. The loss of the Book caused the Creator to become depressed, he therefore sealed off the Creation Hall, and seemingly abandoned the Raposa. This allows Darkness to then begin to creep in.
In The Games Edit
The Mayor is usually the one to keep the Book of Life safe until they die. The Village Mayor must sign his or her name in the Book when they assume the position. The Creator has signed their name in it as well.
In the Drawn to Life: The Next Chapter, Mari rips the pages from the Book and gives thm to Wilfre. The pages eventually make his Ultimate Creation, which is the last boss of the game. In the last levels of the game, the Hero must collect a Template like the first game from six levels to gain access to the final levels.
- The colours used for the book are inconsistent. In the game, the Book of Life is red, but in the introduction and instruction booklet, it is green.
- The Book of Life is most likely the Raposa world's equivalent of the Bible.