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This article is about the mountain that appears in the background in various episodes of BFDI and BFDIA. You may be looking for the mountain in Yoyleland that was the focus of BFDIA 5.
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Mountain is a conjectural name.

The subject of this article or section has never been given an official name stated either via in the Battle for Dream Island series, or by jacknjellify; the current one is unofficial.

The Mountain is a mountain shown in Battle for Dream Island and Battle for Dream Island Again.


In early BFDI, it's rock formation is beige and has snow at the summit.

In late BFDI and BFDIA, the rock formation is grayish blue, and the snow is not only at the summit, but also at the slopes.


Technically, the mountain first appeared in Firey's Candy Bar Adventure. If the player chooses Firey to find Match, the player can choose to go to the mountain. When Firey climbs the mountain he dons a green rucksack or backpack and scales the mountain. Near the summit, he looks down and smiles. He then bumps into a boulder and it starts to roll down the mountain. Firey screams and panics as he runs down the mountain.

It made its first YouTube and canon appearance in "Take the Plunge: Part 1". After Pen calls Eraser cool, the camera cuts to Snowball hang gliding. He suddenly collides at the summit. He walks down, and finds Rocky vegetating. Snowball shakes Rocky, and he says "Wha? Hi SB!" Snowball sighs and tosses him off the mountain.

In "Crybaby!", the 2nd challenge is to ski. The teams then ski down the hill, with the Squishy Cherries and Another Name not having defined places because they got stuck in snowballs, leading to a third challenge taking place, a handstand contest.

In "Don't Lose Your Marbles", Bubble finds a red ball on the top of the mountain.

In "Get in the Van", the mountain appears in the background after the Cake at Stake.

In "It's a Monster", when the timelapse plays after Gelatin froze W.O.A.H. Bunch, the sky pans out and shows the mountain.


  • The mountain's climate is mostly unknown, but it can be assumed the summit has an alpine climate, due to the snow there.