Land of the Forgotten

Land of the Forgotten

The Land of the Forgotten is home to the forgotten, the souls of those who are no longer remembered by their living relatives. It lies underneath the Land of the Remembered, which is underneath San Ángel. The dark and gloomy Xibalba is the ruler of this land. Manolo passed through it when he was looking for La Muerte.



The Land of the Forgotten is the darkest, saddest, and most sorrowful of all three lands shown in the film. The landscape is filled with ruins of civilizations, pyramids, castles and towers lost and forgotten to history and time. Xibalba's castle sits in the center of this realm. The Inhabitants of The Land of the Forgotten eventually turn and fade into ashes, as it ash upon its citizens.


Notable LocationsEdit

Xibalba's CastleEdit

Xibalba's stronghold and home sits close to the center of his kingdom and realm. The castle looks more like a leaning tower, with walls of stone, a moat of molten lava or a lake of molten lava, a bridge in the shape of a snake, and a carving of a two-headed snake built in, it truly looks fearsome. Almost as fearsome as the castle's master.

Role in the CrossoverEdit

Since Coco and The Book of Life have their over versions of the Mexican after life, and with both films being apart of the fandom, the Land of the Forgotten can be apart of the Land of the Dead as a whole or as part of a distract in it. It could even be the result of the lands of the Forgotten and Remembered being merged together so its rulers can watch over the departed as one, with the remains of the Land of the Forgotten being in the places where the near and are about to be forgotten call home.