|Use||Allows the Village to experience nighttime|
|Creation Type||Village Creation|
|Created In/After||After Twilite Wood|
–In game Draw prompt
The Night Sky is a creation in Drawn to Life. Its Template is found in Twilite Wood, where The Hero is sent to retrieve it when some of the Raposa start going crazy from lack of sleep and prolonged heat exposure.
The Creator is first able to draw stars (or other celestial objects) after The Hero and Jowee retrieve the Template from Twilite Wood. However, without the moon to give light, it then becomes too dark to see, and many Raposa report missing belongings after Zsasha takes advantage of the darkness to steal. After the Moon Page is retrieved from Moon Grove and is returned to the Book of Life, the Village will become better illuminated and Cricket will start his investigation.
During nighttime the Village will switch to using a darker color palette and most buildings will emit light from their doors and windows.
Due to the Night Sky being a creation object and having no pre-drawn preset or guide, the appearance of this object is completely dependent on the player.
- The Night Sky (along with the Day Sky) can be viewed from the Village Observatory.
- The Night Sky is one of the few creations that needs multiple Templates to create.
- Some unnamed Raposa will often say that the Creator drew a beautiful night sky.
- Galileo also reminisces about the night sky.
- There are two color palettes used during the night; one that is used when the Moon is missing, and one that is used after it has returned.
- The color palette that is shown before the Moon page is added is only used once during the game and, out of all the Village's color palettes, is the one that is active for the second-shortest period of time.
- The shortest-used being the village rain palette.
- It is implied that the Raposa (except for Zsasha) can't see very well in the dark.
- Although, they seemingly have no issue avoiding obstacles without the Moon.