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This is a list of minor, inconsequential, or insignificant items that first appeared in Battle for Dream Island Again. Appearances from later seasons are also covered here.

For items that first appeared in the first season, see List of minor items in Battle for Dream Island.

Acid spitballs

It's okay. I've got acid spitballs. One hit, and Leafy will disintegrate into ASH!
 

Acid spitballs are green acidic balls supposedly strong enough to corrode Yoyle metal, as they were utilized to harm Metal Leafy.

Their first and only appearance (so far) was in "Get Digging" when Gelatin decided to shoot the spitballs at Leafy while she was throwing knives at him and Needle. Leafy, however, avoided all 262 of them, making them useless.

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Bubbly Pop

Bubbly Pop is a drink given by Puffball Speaker Box to Bubble to make up for her not being allowed to compete with her alliance, as she wasn't an official contestant.

Distance Tracker 2000

Distance Tracker 2000 was first seen in "No More Snow!", where Needle uses it to see how much longer they need to walk to arrive at Yoyle Mountain. She sees it says 70 feet left, and Yellow Face and Needle then cheer, thinking they are that close to Yoyle Mountain. However, Coiny points out that it was actually the distance to Evil Canyon, and the real distance to Yoyle Mountain is 2761 miles. Shortly after, W.O.A.H. Bunch falls into Evil Canyon and the Distance Tracker 2000 is never seen again until "Return of the Rocket Ship", where Golf Ball uses it to track the coordinates of an emerald.

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Mini Fridge of Doom

The Mini Fridge of Doom is an item owned by Ruby that has snowballs in it. 14 snowballs can be seen in it. The fridge part of the item is pink and the cabinets are gray. It makes its first and only appearance in "It's a Monster". On the top of the Mini Fridge of Doom is the following text:

Mini Fridge
of Doom

Warning:
It is of doom.

The doom in the message may be referring to what happened in "It's a Monster". It is unknown why Ruby put that text on top of the Mini Fridge of Doom.

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In "It's a Monster", Ruby throws snowballs out of the Mini Fridge of doom causing the other contestants in the van to keep doing it until the entire FreeSmart SuperVan gets filled with snow, popping Bubble in the process.

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Knife

Book cutting the rope with a knife

Main article: Knives

Knives were used by Leafy and Pin in BFDIA. It was also used by Book to cut a rope in "No More Snow!", dropping a weight and causing PuffBall, Fries and Evil Leafy to be crushed to death. It was used again later in the same episode by Match in an attempt to kill Pencil.

It was seen again in "Welcome Back", when Leafy planned to throw it when Coiny took some deep fried breaths with Fries, but didn't because she's too horrified at the pain Fries has to go through when doing deep fried breaths.

Flamethrower

Oh yeah? well, how will they respond to my flamethrower?
 

The flamethrower is a weapon that appears briefly in "No More Snow!" and "The Hidden Contestant". The flamethrower was firstly used by Yellow Face in order to kill Needle, so that Yellow Face and his team could recover her later by using the HPRC that FreeSmart had.

The flamethrower appeared again in BFB 26 in one of Profily's flashbacks. The flamethrower was going to be used by Profily to burn away the Bugs in one of the challenges. However, they were eventually informed by Puffball Speaker Box that the bugs were fireproof, which renders the flamethrower futile to use against the bugs.

Trivia

  • The flamethrower appears to closely resemble a real life M2 Flamethrower that was used in various wars.
    • Its exact model is presumably the M2A1 Flamethrower.
  • In BFDIA 5c, the flamethrower took exactly 5 seconds to kill Needle, starting when Needle was set on fire and ends as soon as Needle falls over.
    • Before being thrown by Yellow Face, the flamethrower appears to have already been lit without Yellow Face needing to press onto the triggers.
  • In BFB 26. Profily is actually holding the flamethrower incorrectly.
    • While their right hand is gripping by the valve lever, their left hand is gripping by the ignition head whereas they actually had to grip it by the trigger area, located just below the ignition head, in order to actually fire the flamethrower.
  • The flamethrower is the first actual firearm that is featured in the BFDI series.
    • The flamethrower only appeared in one episode on BFDIA.
      • Although the most recent appearance of the flamethrower was in BFB, the flamethrower has technically only appeared in BFDIA; since Profily's flashback with the flamethrower took place in BFDIA, not BFB.
  • The gas tanks that the flamethrower uses appears to feature an opaque image of Firey's assets strapped onto it.

Leafy Detector

"I mean, why prospect when you can detect?"
 

The Leafy Detector is an item used by Pencil in "Yeah, Who? I Wanna Know" to find Leafy during the scene where the BFDI contestants are chasing Leafy through the Evil Forest after she stole Dream Island. It was advertised by Boombox at the epilogue when Leafy is in Yoyleland at the end of the episode. The way it works is unknown and hasn't been explained.

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Trivia

  • It is a recolor of the Emergency Button, except for the absence of the face on the button.
    • They were both coincidentally used by Pencil.
  • While Leafy is being stunned via the Leafy Detector, the animation she is using is directly taken from Spazm Leafy from the first season of BFDI.

Shovel


Shovels were first used by Team No-Name in "Get Digging" to get ingredients for their Yoylestew by digging underground.

In "Return of the Rocket Ship", the shovels are found inside of a crate. iance and Team Ice Cube! used them to find emeralds.

While Dora is digging, she talks to herself, with the translator at the bottom of the screen scrolls very fast for six seconds, from timestamp 4:56 to 5:01.

"I am very glad Fries gave me the shovel, and along with it, the ability to dig. I know if I can dig, I can create islands! And since islands are my only food, creating islands is very important to me. I love islands so much that I have written my very own island song. Would you like to hear it? Nevermind, I don't care about your opinion. It goes - "Islands, islands! Yum, yum, yum! Islands, islands. Chomp! They are so delish. Gimme islands now! Gimme! Gimme, gimme, gimme! Islands! Yum! Islands. Glorp! Shlorp! Gobble! Glop! Gulp! Lala! Islands! Yum! Islands. So, what did you think? Nevermind - I don't care about your opinion. I know that you, biased against us island-eaters, will say you hate it. But we island-eaters know that the songs we write are wonderful. My two favorite things in the world are islands and songs. My two least favorite things are you and David. David is not my brother. He is not even related to me. I have tried to kill him plenty of times, but all my attempts have failed miserably. Most of my failures are the result of the horrendous 'David Cloner'. I forgot to tell you that the David Cloner ranks third on my least favorite least. Anyway, back to islands. I like islands."

Then, Dora repeats her song.

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Non-canonical

Anti-Yoyler

The Anti-Yoyler is an item mentioned by Fries that can supposedly turn a character infected with Yoyle Metal back to their normal form. It has only been mentioned in the BFDIA 6 Deleted Scenes video, where it was used on the members of FreeSmart and W.O.A.H. Bunch, and it is currently unknown what it looks like. It might be some sort of remote because of the button sound effect that was played right after Gelatin used it, who complained about everyone being Yoyle Metal.

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