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#020 Rushoar List of Pals Fuddler #022

Nox (Japanese: ルナティ Lunati) is a Dark icon.png  Dark element Pal.


Nox is a small fox-like Pal. Its color is primarily a pale periwinkle with patches of white fur around the neck in the shape of a collar. There is white on its cheeks and mouth area, as well as on the tip of its tail and its paws. It has a dark purple cloak on its back with a periwinkle trim, secured on the front by a large purple gem on its chest. The inside of the ears are also a dark purple.

Behavior and habitat

This Pal, being a nocturnal species, can only be found at night. It will still be able to spawn for a while after the break of dawn, and won't completely disappear until the sun is actually visibly rising in the horizon. It is generally solitary and quite docile, showing a curious demeanor until attacked. There is actually a small chance of encountering Nox soundly slumbering in crevices or caves during the daytime.

Nightime Nox Spawns


If employed as a Base Pal, Nox will still continue working through the night, and won't need beds to accommodate it, as it never sleeps. If not tasked with anything, this Pal will simply wander about the base playfully. These traits are shared with all nocturnal Pals.

At the moment, it is not actually able to put players to sleep, as its Paldeck entry claims.


    • Increased the Alpha Received Damage Rate from 0.4 to 0.48.
    • Introduced.


  • This Pal was featured in Paldeck #079 on 27/04/2024:
  • The term "Kuudere", used for the name of their partner skill, refers to a common character archetype in Japanese media. A Kuudere is a character who appears to not have emotions. They are often stoic and expressionless, and remain calm in stressful situations.
  • The name Nox is the Latin word for "Night"
    • Its Japanese name, Lunati, possibly comes from the English "lunatic" or "lunacy", which in Latin literally meant "moonstruck", but carried the meaning of "demented, madness, of unsound mind" since the 4th-5th centuries, due to the medieval belief that certain phases of the moon induced epilepsy, madness, and various psychological disorders in people.


Paldeck No.079 NOX - Palworld Gameplay Pocketpair