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This is an overview of the recommended characters who were eligible to debut for Battle for Dream Island: The Power of Two. See the respective character's articles for more detailed information.

9-Ball

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Main article: 9-Ball

9-Ball is a character that was up for debut in TPOT. In "You Know Those Buttons Don't Do Anything, Right?", 9-Ball didn't debut in TPOT, only receiving 1,033 votes and beating Leek by 19 votes.

Anchor

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Main article: Anchor

Anchor is a recommended character that was eligible for the debut for The Power of Two. In "You Know Those Buttons Don't Do Anything, Right?", Anchor didn't debut, having received 2,265 votes.

Avocado

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Main article: Avocado

Avocado is a character who was up for debut in TPOT. They were recommended by WhoisThisPerson11111 and first appeared in "Lick Your Way to Freedom".

Battery

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Main article: Battery

Battery is a recommended character and was one of the eligible debuters for TPOT. They were first recommended by PestramiShowALT in “Don’t Lose Your Marbles”, then was recommended by Squib in “The Four Is Lava” and “The Escape From Four”.

Blender

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Main article: Blender

Blender is a recommended character and was up for voting in "You Know Those Buttons Don't Do Anything, Right?" to join Battle for Dream Island: The Power of Two. They were recommended by Papiomike and first appeared in "Today's Very Special Episode", and later in "The Liar Ball You Don't Want".

Boom Mic

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Main article: Boom Mic

Boom Mic is a recommended character and was up for voting in "You Know Those Buttons Don't Do Anything, Right?" to join Battle for Dream Island: The Power of Two. They were recommended by Abject Studios and first appeared in "Today's Very Special Episode". A common running gag in their debuting appearances is that they'd accidentally hit their head on something.

Camera

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Main article: Camera

Camera is a recommended character that appeared in "The Reveal" and was recommended by rememberREACH417. They have also reappeared in "Return of the Hang Glider", this time recommended by siss980. They returned in "Welcome Back" as FreeSmart's camera for the video diaries. However, Ruby left the lens cap on, obscuring their face from being seen and recording the video diaries.

Camera returned again in BFB 7 when Donut was hosting Cake at Stake. Lightning pulls them out during the scene to take a picture of Donut.

In "Questions Answered", Match uses footage from Camera as proof that Free Food cheated.

Camera appears in The Tidepool in the Uber-Evolved mode as a level 91 creature. In them, Camera loses their tripod and is named "Camera of Joy".

Camera was up for voting in "The Escape from Four" to join Battle for Dream Island: The Power of Two but fails to join, only receiving 1,124 votes.

Clapboard

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Main article: Clapboard

Clapboard is a character who was up for debut in TPOT. They were recommended by MS K. and first appeared in "The Four is Lava".

Conch Shell

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Main article: Conch Shell

Conch Shell is one of the former eligible debuters for TPOT.  

Discy

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Main article: Discy

Discy is a character who was up for debut in The Power of Two.

Income Tax Return Document

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Main article: Income Tax Return Document

Income Tax Return Document is a recommended character and was up for voting in "You Know Those Buttons Don't Do Anything, Right?" to join Battle for Dream Island: The Power of Two. They were recommended by Sophie B. and first appeared in "Enter the Exit".

Income Tax Return Document made a cameo in "Uprooting Everything".

Kitchen Sink

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Main article: Kitchen Sink

Kitchen Sink is a recommended character and was up for voting in "You Know Those Buttons Don't Do Anything, Right?" to join Battle for Dream Island: The Power of Two. They were recommended by "Joeart M.".

Leek

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Main article: Leek

Leek is a character who formerly was eligible to compete in TPOT, but did not, only receiving 1,014 votes.

Nonexisty

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Main article: Nonexisty

Nonexisty is one of the 30 recommended characters that could've joined the game in episodes "The Reveal" and "Reveal Novum". However, he only placed 8th/9th with 11 votes, tying with Robot Flower, which wasn't enough to join. He was also up for voting to join the second season, but he only got 266 votes.

He had another chance at joining in "Welcome Back". He got 501 votes.

He is one of the two contestants not participating in Battle for BFDI, with the other being Evil Leafy. However, he went up for voting to join Battle for Dream Island: The Power of Two in "The Escape from Four".

He placed second in the voting overall (5,697 votes), and actually almost joined due to the number of contestants being a prime number, but he didn't join since he's not a visual character (and therefore didn't count as a contestant, according to Two), so Price Tag, who was placed third, joined instead.

Onigiri

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Main article: Onigiri

Onigiri is one of the former eligible debuters for TPOT.

PDA

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Main article: PDA

PDA, short for Personal Digital Assistant, is a character recommended by lyxon, first appearing in "Today's Very Special Episode". They only appear in Battle for BFDI as a Patreon-recommended character. Following "Four Goes Too Far", they replace Swappy's place under the "Recommend a Character" reward on the Jacknjellify Patreon page. In "You Know Those Buttons Don't Do Anything, Right?", PDA is a character that is eligible to debut in The Power of Two.

Price Tag

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Main article: Price Tag

Price Tag is one of the contestants that debuted in Battle for Dream Island: The Power of Two, due to there not being enough contestants for the teams to be split up equally. They placed in third during the voting with 4907 votes, and therefore got eliminated. However, due to the second-place contestant not existing, they were brought back to compete. They are currently on the team Just Not.

Rubber Spatula

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Main article: Rubber Spatula

Rubber Spatula is one of the former eligible debuters for TPOT. They lost the vote at 177 votes, which is the least out of everybody.

Salt Lamp

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Main article: Salt Lamp

Salt Lamp is a character that was formerly up for debut in TPOT.

Scissors

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Main article: Scissors

Scissors is a character that was formerly up for debut in TPOT.

Shampoo

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Main article: Shampoo

Shampoo is one of the former eligible debuters for TPOT, but only received 240 votes, only in front of Rubber Spatula.

Shopping Cart

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Main article: Shopping Cart

Shopping Cart is a recommended character and was one of the eligible debuters for Battle for Dream Island: The Power of Two.

Snare Drum

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Main article: Snare Drum

Snare Drum is one of the former eligible debuters for TPOT.  

Tape

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Main article: Tape

Tape is one of the recommended characters in TPOT.

VHSy

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Main article: VHSy

VHSy is one of the former eligible debuters for Battle for Dream Island: The Power of Two, which first appeared in "You Know Those Buttons Don't Do Anything, Right?".

Winner

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Main article: Winner

Winner is a nonbinary contestant in Battle for Dream Island: The Power of Two and is a recurring recommended character, recommended by "Get Whipped".

Winner made their first appearance on "Today's Very Special Episode" and was recommended again in "Four Goes Too Far" and "This Episode Is About Basketball". Winner's design predates to "Puzzling Mysteries", similar to Loser. They are one of the 26 recommended characters that had a chance of joining TPOT, and, because they got the most votes (15,762), ended up joining along with Price Tag.

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