This is a list of items that first appeared in Battle for BFDI. For items first appeared in earlier seasons, see List of minor items in Battle for Dream Island and List of minor items in Battle for Dream Island Again and IDFB.
Binoculars are a magnifying device used to see things from far away.
In "Return of the Rocket Ship", Book is seen using the binoculars on two separate occasions to watch Taco. During the second time, Gaty walks in front of the binoculars, obstructing Book's view of Taco.
In "Getting Teardrop to Talk", Pin was holding these seeds in her hands, but Golf Ball bumped into her, causing her to lose her seeds. Snowball, Firey and Taco try tossing them in Cloudy's pot. After Taco does this and subsequently lands the seeds in the pot, Pin comes by and asks if they saw her seeds. She says that she hopes they aren't in a pot, due to their quick germination and explosive tendencies. She then keeps looking.
Box of crayons
This article is about the crayons used at Cake at Stake in BFB. For the recommended character, see Crayon.
In "Lick Your Way to Freedom", the crayons were used during Cake at Stake by Four to represent how many votes each contestant got. The crayons were used on an easel to mark the votes for iance’s elimination.
- The crayons in the box are arranged in the same order as the colors used on the easel.
- The easel is currently a part of Cloudy's collection.
- The colors of the crayons are citrine, iris, lavender pink, orange-red, burnt umber, Goldenrod, Cool Gray, and Dodger Blue.
- Basketball uses the grey crayon in "The Liar Ball You Don't Want".
|“||It's a feature of my new camera! In addition to light, it also transmits matter! Like my arms!||”|
Donut's Camera is an item used by Donut in "Questions Answered". It can transmit matter along with light, but it can only go one way.
In "Questions Answered", Donut uses it to communicate with A Better Name Than That, since they are trapped on the moon. Shortly after, Lollipop starts laughing at Donut because he used her nickname (Bagel Brain). Donut grabs her lips and makes her stop. Tennis Ball asks how he's grabbing Lollipop's lips if he's on Earth. Donut explains it's a feature of his new camera. Basketball demands Donut to take them back down to Earth, but Donut tells her it can only go one way. Donut has no other choice than to bring Earth to the moon. The camera is left in space.
- Donut's Camera has the same maze-like pattern that looks similar to the one on Bubble's Recovery Center, The World's Largest Oven, and the 500 steps.
- Donut should not have been able to feel the pain of the bite from Lollipop.
Duct tape is an item, first seen on "Why Would You Do This on a Swingset".
Another roll of Masking Tape appears later in the episode during the stinger, when Snowball holds duct tape when he asks Taco if she’d like to go back inside the Jawbreaker. However, it is never used.
In "Fortunate Ben", during the challenge, Lightning attempted to pull iance's plane up, but Four told them not to fly, so he disintegrated Lightning and Black Hole. Fries pointed out that he could just take away their ability to fly rather than obliterating them, so Four pressed another button which caused Puffball and Cloudy to be covered in tape, making them unable to fly.
|“||Uh, you know, those loud noises?||”|
The earmuffs are used to protect the user’s ears from loud noises, possibly including Four's screech. They contain 8 artificial ingredients, and are colored blue, white, and gray.
They are oversized on Yellow Face, so they are likely very big.
- This is the first ad and advertised item on BFB.
- These "revolutionary" Earmuffs are a nod to the Revolutionary Headphones from season one.
- They also seem to work as a sound transferring device, because when Four screeches into the earmuffs, Yellow Face gets dizzy.
The Easel is an object Four used in "Lick Your Way to Freedom" to display the votes.
In "Today's Very Special Episode", Rocky barfed frosting into some bags so Beep could make a cake in the shape of Four. Woody then held one of the bags over his head and squeezed the frosting out of it.
They are tan with a picture of strawberry cake on them. They are pink when filled with frosting.
- Woody - 6
- Balloony - 3
- David - 5
- Roboty - ?
- Rocky - 8
- Nickel - 7
- Cloudy -
8, 7, 6, 5,4 (downgraded by Leafy)
The scores seem to be on a ten-point scale, from 1-10. By the end of BFB 2, Rocky was the most loyal, having a score of 8, while Balloony was the least loyal, scoring 3. Roboty's loyalty is unknown to Leafy.
- It's been written on with a unique Puce colored crayon that comes out Red.
- It may be based on, or referencing, Leafy's levels of niceness.
|“||Oh my God, Pen! That's a pentagon!||”|
A pentagon is an arctic blue piece of paper with 5 sides. It is apparently "extremely scary", according to Eraser.
In Getting Teardrop to Talk, Pen shows Eraser what he believes is a rectangle. Eraser then corrects him by saying it's a parallelogram, and he would know (since he is a parallelogram, too). Pen then shows Eraser a pentagon, and Eraser is immediately terrified. Pen doesn't notice Eraser's fear and instead comments on how "Pentagon" is his name (Pen) with "-tagon" added as a suffix. Eraser explains that pentagons are "extremely scary". Pen doesn't think it was that scary, until the pentagon intensifies causing both of them to scream. They call Blocky to fix the problem, who uses Saw to cut the pentagon into a quadrilateral and a triangle. Pen comments on how he never wants to see a pentagon again.
- The pentagon has the ability to make the world around it darker, and to make the music playing more intense, and shake on its own.
- However, this could just be in Eraser and Pen's imagination, as Blocky and Saw don't seem to notice the change. This could suggest that pentagons are not actually scary, but that Eraser and Pen have an irrational fear of them.
- Pen and Eraser being scared of the Pentagon could be related to the Pentagram/Pentacle which is seen as a sign of anarchism.
- The Pentagon is the second item to appear in BFB.
- After Pen says he doesn't ever want to see a pentagon again, the camera pans to Foldy, who also happens to be a pentagon and, coincidentally, of the same of the color palette as the pentagon.
|“||Ruby! Digging with shovels is faster than with teeth!||”|
Shovels were used to dig for X's treasure buried underground in "Return of the Rocket Ship".
In Return of the Rocket Ship, Shovels are first seen inside of a crate. Ruby picks up some shovels for Iance to use and hands them to Snowball, Flower, and Lightning respectively to dig. Later on, Team Ice Cube! can be seen digging with the shovels. Although the rest of her team isn’t seen using the shovels, Teardrop can be seen holding one as Ruby picks some up from the crate. So far, Teardrop, iance, and Team Ice Cube! are the only ones seen using the shovels. There are different coloured shovels that correspond to each team.
The Year's Hottest Look
|“||Team Free Food presents, the Year's Hottest Look!||”|
The Year's Hottest Look was Free Food's entry for the contest in "Today's Very Special Episode". It is a tower of members of the team Free Food with (contestants listed top to bottom): Yellow Face, Foldy, Fries, Puffball, and Stapy. The tower takes the shape of a person, with Yellow Face as the head, Foldy as the arms, Stapy as the legs, and Fries and Puffball as the torso. It was revealed to Four by Marker, who pulled a red drape off of the tower. Four's reaction to the tower was shooting love hearts that acted as solid objects. It received first place in the contest in Today’s Very Special Episode.
X's Alarm Clock
- Not to be confused with Clock.
|“||It’s time for the intro, Four!||”|
X's Alarm Clock is an item used by X to let Four know when it was time to do the intro. It first appeared in "Why Would You Do This on a Swingset" and it is possible that it could appear in future episodes. So far it has only appeared twice.
It is a classic alarm clock with a metallic gold-yellow design on it, and it’s a little bit darker than the color of X. Its face is white with a grey smiley face, and it has a white ringer that hits the bells of the clock. The clock’s hands are maroon, having an hour and a minute hand.
- When X stopped the alarm clock from ringing, he jumped and had the same face as it.
- The hour hand looks like it is between where the 4 and 5 would be.
- X’s Alarm clock wouldn’t tell a real time, unless the 4 or 5 were differently placed.
- The Alarm Clock was replaced with Clock and then Dora at later episodes.
|“||BEEP, are you seated?||”|
— X, Enter the Exit
X, in "This Episode Is About Basketball" and "Enter the Exit", used colored cards to help him stay on track at Cake At Stake. After the events of the elimination before, he needed to prepare. His use of them is very briefly mentioned during "What Do You Think of Roleplay?", with the thing X said before beginning.
The Not Cannon is a weapon that is used to shoot objects over long distances. It appears to be an old-fashioned cannon, with a sign saying "NOT CANNON" attached to it.
- The reason the cannon says "Not Cannon" is because it's saying that the short it aired in is not canon.
- All the assets for the parts of Not Cannon are brand new.
- According to the calculations, it was figured out that the Not Cannon's launch speed is 79.4339 m/s, or 284.4 km/h.