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The information in the article below contains spoilers for the BFDI series. Please watch the episode(s) in question if you haven't seen them already.

Now that THAT'S taken care of, we can finally start the battle for The Power of Twooooooooooooooo!
 

Two is an algebralian and the host of the fifth season of BFDI, Battle for Dream Island: The Power of Two (alternatively known as TPOT). Two was first planned to appear in the video "X Finds Out His Value" in 2008, but was cut and didn't appear properly until The Number Playground Chronicle!. Two made their first canonical appearance in BFDI in "The Escape from Four".

Appearance

Two is a green Arabic numeral 2 drawn in a similar style as Four and X. Two's face is located on the upper section of their body, unlike Four and X, whose faces are located on the middle of their bodies.

Changes

X Finds Out His Value (storyboard)

  • Two has no visible limbs.
  • Two is sentient.
  • Two isn't colored.

X Finds Out His Value

  • Two is not sentient and has no limbs or face.
  • Two is colored dark green.

BFDI 21

  • Two has standard limbs.
  • Two is sentient.
  • Two is the color blue.
  • Two is neatly drawn.
  • Two is a recommended character.
  • Two is a basic font.

BFB

  • Two has thicker algebralian limbs.
  • Two is a brighter shade of green.
  • Two is more sloppily drawn.

Personality

Two usually shows a friendly and optimistic disposition, firstly greeting the competitors while approaching from space and maintaining a positive mood as they advertise their show to the other contestants. They also like to show off their powers to the contestants, and even promises to give their powers to them only if they join Two's show. However, Two isn't devoid of negative traits as they can also be arrogant and somewhat sadistic, as they grin smugly when the contestants leave Four, using their powers to attack them, judging by how eager they were to get rid of Four (even saying "Finally!" when they were gone) and how they refer to X as a "silly boy" when the BFB contestants take him away. Two tends to lose their cool and get irritated when they get interrupted or is kept waiting.

In "You Know Those Buttons Don't Do Anything, Right?", however, Two is shown to be a very easygoing, casual host. Compared to Four, they are no where near as sadistic and act very reasonably to the contestants most of the time. Two also seems to care for their contestants and X. In "X Marks the Spot", they were concerned that X's skin would be damaged from Coiny's glue and in "You Know Those Buttons Don't Do Anything, Right?", they were genuinely concerned for Are You Okay after they fell from a long height. Two occasionally has their moments of rudeness, such as laughing at Rubber Spatula for having the least votes to join. And even in that instance, Two felt bad when Rubber Spatula felt that nobody liked them. They are also somewhat lazy, as they don't try fixing the damage caused in "Chapter Complete" despite having immense power. However, Two's more passive approach leaves them susceptible to getting pushed around by the contestants when they mess something up, as shown at the end of "You Know Those Buttons Don't Do Anything, Right?", when they were beat up by the contestants due to them not explaining the challenge properly.

Powers and abilities

Two's powers are collectively called The Power of Two, which is the prize and title of their show.

  • Nigh-omnipotence (possibly): Two claims that they have limitless power. If Two is truly nigh-omnipotent than they have the ability to posses truly unlimited power and potential. However, this may not be the case.
  • Telekinesis: Is able to move the Bathrooms up out of the ground, revealing a hotel, as well as move lava, a forest, and the contestants around to their will.
  • Advanced-level reality-warping: Can transform objects such as the sun into different things, such as a hovering spike ball.
  • Flight: Flew to Goiky upon their arrival.
  • Heat resistance: Survived re-entry into the Earth’s atmosphere without any visible burns.
  • Teleportation: In "You Know Those Buttons Don't Do Anything, Right?", Two is shown to be able to teleport.
  • Force field generation: In "You Know Those Buttons Don't Do Anything, Right?", Two created a force field which prevented anybody who was already at the top of the building to go back down.
  • Plant creation: In "You Know Those Buttons Don't Do Anything, Right?", Two recreated the grass and trees after they were destroyed earlier from the lava. They can also customize the colors, shown by making the grass yellow, and the tree leaves green (which leaves Remote dissatisfied after she said the grass is green and the trees are yellow).
  • Malleability: Two can stretch their limbs to long distances.
  • Intangibility: Two can phase through solids as seen in "Chapter Complete".
  • Self-duplication (non-canon): In the first part of "BFDI: Twosday", Two can duplicate themselves.

Weaknesses

  • Opponents outnumbering them: Despite their limitless power, they can easily be jumped (seemingly painfully) by multiple people very quickly, as shown in "You Know Those Buttons Don't Do Anything, Right?", indicating their reaction time is rather slow.

Coverage

Appearances

X Finds Out His Value

Two made their first appearance in the storyboard for "X Finds Out His Value". In it, Two was one of the numbers tossed onto the see-saws in the Equation Playground. Two did not have a major role and did not speak.

In the final version of "X Finds Out His Value", Two was the only number who did not appear as a sentient character. Two's asset was used the same way as in the storyboard, but Two was not sentient. In the final product, Eight was the only number thrown on the see-saws by Four that was sentient.

The Number Playground Chronicle!

Two made their first ever appearance as a proper character was in The Number Playground Chronicle!, named then as "Two Integer". They appear on the cover of Section E: Health, where Two is seen pulling out their stomach, claiming that it is full of acid with a ph of 3, claiming it's lethal and demands everyone to give them $10,000 or else they will kill them.

Battle for Dream Island

In "The Glistening", Two appeared as a recommended character and votes for Ice Cube to be eliminated.

Battle for BFDI

Two makes their first physical and canonical appearance in "The Escape from Four". They are seen approaching Earth, shouting "Hi guys!". When Four was chasing Spongy and Loser after they had escaped Eternal Algebra Class Withfour, Two makes a landing and creates a crater. Four yells at Two and tells them to go to the crowd of recommended characters, but turns their attention to the contestants. They question the contestants, and asks them if they are tired of battling for a dumb prize. Taco says that the A BFDI is awesome, but Two questions her statements, making her fret.

Two says to the contestants "Wouldn't you rather battle for this?" and uses telekinesis on the Bathrooms and transforms it into a five-star hotel. The contestants are amazed by Two's power, with some hesitancy from Golf Ball. Two later uses their power to remove the top of Yoyle Mountain like a lid and get some Magma and spin it into the shape of Two's self. The part of it comes off and falls into Bottle. Bottle initially said it tickles, but stops laughing before screaming in pain. She then shatters from excessive heat.

Two moves a forest as another way of showing their power. Two persuades the contestants to leave Four and switch to compete on Two's show, with 3/4th of the contestants moving. Tree is not convinced by this, and asks why he would like to move a forest when he could just walk. Two impresses Tree by transforming the sun into a red ball with 6 spikes, and proceed to hit Four with it. Tree and several others move to Two, with Tree saying it was "impressive as bark", with Pillow interjecting that bark is not impressive.

After the contestants decide what shows to compete on, Two congratulates the forty contestants that chose to compete in The Power of Two, with Four angrily mumbling. Two then says that the two shows couldn't compete in the same area, so Two grabs a button and presses it, teleporting the Battle for BFB contestants to The Pillary Ruins and removing their permanent changes. Two, glad that Four's group is now gone, questions if everyone was ready to compete, with the contestants happily cheering. The Recommended Characters later complain and want to compete for Two's power. After some pleading, Two allows one recommended character to join TPOT, and tells the viewers to vote which one, thanks to Yellow Face's suggestion.

Battle for BFB

In "X Marks the Spot", Two and X can be seen playing patty cake and are called "best buds" by Firey. When the Four-Colored Team arrives to take X, some of the TPOT contestants stop them as they prefer X as the host over Four or Two. Coiny suggests gluing X to the ground, which makes Two ask if Coiny knows that glue can damage the skin. When X is taken by the Four-Colored Team (which was due to Lollipop switching Coiny's glue with orange paint), Two waves goodbye to X, calling them a "silly boy", and saying they have valued their time together.

In "Let's Raid The Warehouse", Four angrily looks at the two fingers he's holding up when saying that the Have Nots are up for elimination a second time in a row.

In "Who Stole Donut's Diary?", Four angrily looks at his fingers when saying that they only have two minutes left before they have to leave the courtroom.

In "The Hidden Contestant", Four brings up how 40 of his contestants left for someone they knew for just five or so minutes.

In "Chapter Complete", Two appears briefly in a cameo when Four becomes the Sun, turning it blue. Clock asks Two to somehow stop Four, asking if they're more powerful. Two doesn't want to get involved to which Clock responds, "But the sun is blue!". Two then comments, "—and I'm green," reverting back to what they looked like before the sun started shining blue.

Battle for Dream Island: The Power of Two

In "You Know Those Buttons Don't Do Anything, Right?", when Fries argues that Two isn't that much better than Four since they've been waiting forever to battle for limitless power, Two teleports to the scene out of nowhere, more than happy to get started, which scares the contestants. After flying to the top of the Bathrooms, announces that it's time for Cake at Stake. No one can hear them, so they levitate everyone to the roof of the bathrooms when Nickel is unable to help. Two reminds Nickel that the viewers voted one of the 26 newbies to join the show and has a purple tomato (mangosteen) as the prize for whoever joins. Two first states that everyone got at least 200 votes, before revealing that Rubber Spatula only got 177 votes. After Rubber Spatula finishes thanking their voters, Two claps, causing them to fall through the roof's floor, which is where they send all of the debuters who fail to join. Two then goes through the rest of the possible debuters until it's down to Nonexisty and Winner. Winner wins and gets the tomato.

Two then realizes that with Winner's debut, there are now 41 contestants, which is a prime number. That means Two would be unable split the contestants evenly. Golf Ball suggests allowing the second-most voted newbie to join (making 42 characters, as no one wanted to quit to make 40 again), and Two agrees. The second-most voted RC is Nonexisty, but he doesn't help with adding up the number of contestants, so Two decides to go with the third-most voted, Price Tag. Afterwards, Two has everyone take the elevator down so they can start team picking. On the way down, Nickel asks how the teams will be arranged and Two goes with 6 teams of 7.

Eggy later tells Two that they finished forming and naming their teams. Two is relieved as they were afraid they'd have to make up the team names themselves, Eggy says that may have been better but Eraser shoves her aside to ask what the first contest is. Two says they were about to announce it until they realized how ugly the area is and asks where the plant life is. Eggy explains that it got burnt in lava. Two asks what color the trees and grass were and Remote answers green and yellow. As a result, Two regrows them with their original colors swapped, with the grass now yellow and the leaves on the trees green, which Naily likes, despite Remote wanting to switch it back. Two then starts the intro.

Finally, Two announces the first contest, which is to get to the top of the building. Two then makes the mistake of jumping all the way to the top of the building before adding that anyone who comes up to the top can't go back down. Two first reminds this to Lightning when he flies up immediately, and later Bell, Robot Flower, and Grassy when the latter carries the former 2 on her like an elevator. The challenge ends with Death P.A.C.T. Again losing the challenge. Most of the contestants agree that they only did so badly because they never heard the extra rule and proceed to gang up on Two and beat them up. Two then announces that the viewers will be voting to save the members of Death P.A.C.T Again.

In "The Worst Day of Black Hole's Life", Two greets Death P.A.C.T. Again and says that they look tense. They suggest doing Cake at Stake to lighten the mood. After the Cake at Stake song, Fries asks if they'll ever get a new one, which Two says would be cool. After a short pause, Two proceeds with Cake at Stake. Two says that this episode has received the most votes ever, but Golf Ball corrects them by pointing out that BFB 29 and 30 got more votes each. After an awkward pause, Two continues on with Cake at Stake, using regular cake. Black Hole gets the most votes, and believes he's been eliminated. Two tells him that the viewers voted to save him so he's safe, making Gaty question when the voting changed. Pie ends up getting the least votes, so Two claps their hands in front of Pie to eliminate her. Two announces that they're down to the final 41, when Profily suddenly appears with the intention of helping Teardrop join the season. Two is happy to let Teardrop join the season until Fanny interjects, asking how TPOT will ever end if more people keep suddenly joining. Two decides that they agree with her, but Profily points out that they already said Teardrop could join. Two decides to make an exception for Teardrop and let's her in the game. After hearing Golf Ball out, Two decides to let Teardrop compete on her own team and then recaps the seven TPOT teams. Just as Two is about to start the intro, they notice the contestants walking away, seeing as there's usually very little free time for them before the challenge. Two begs them to stay to see the intro and ends up starting it by pleading "Waaaaiiiiiiittt". Afterwards, Profily notices that they weren't in the intro and asks if they should go, Two replies if they want to, so Profily takes off by clinging to a rope ladder. When Eraser is shot and killed, Pen says that Two has to recover him. Two says that they're expecting a delivery to arrive at any time. Said delivery ends up crushing Pen from the sky. The package turns out to be a new recovery center, which Two uses to bring back Pen. After Eraser is recovered, he asks Two what the second contest is. Two announces that the challenge is to build the tallest stack of blocks. The team with the shortest stack will be up for elimination. Two then starts a 25:00 minute timer with lava from Yoyle Mountain. Gaty remarks that whenever she sees 25 minutes, it may as well be 30 minutes. Two admits that it does seem a little weird and the two start discussing more about it.

Later, Gaty and Two are shown still chatting, now on a couch while enjoying drinks. Pin is standing aside, waiting for a chance to speak with them about her team's cheating. Two vents to Gaty about how they don't know what they really want to be, outside of being green, a number, and a 2. Two rants about how everything else has just been something they were told to be, using their hatred for math as an example. Gaty says that when she likes being something it's because they got to decide it for themselves, such as their periwinkle coloring and being a girl. Two agrees wholeheartedly and tries to figure out when they've ever been able to choose to be something themselves. Two seems to take solace in the fact that they chose to be a host, and suddenly notices Pin nearby. Pin says she wasn't listening and tells Two that her team is using glue to keep their stack together. Two doesn't appear to think it's a problem, even calling the idea neat, seeming more confused as to why they're arguing against their own team. In the end, Two has no problem with it, so Gaty and Pin leave to go stop their team themselves, with Gaty and Two saying bye to each other as she walks off. Time runs out and The Strongest Team on Earth. is up for elimination. In the stinger ending, Two is shown sitting on the ground at night, writing something on paper while thinking about music.


Relationships

Main article: Two/Relationships

Kills

Total kills: 1

Character Number of times killed Episodes
Bottle 1 "The Escape from Four"

Trivia

  • Two, TV, Portable Music Player, Rubber Spatula, Purple Face, Winner, and Tree are the only characters who don't have American accents.
    • In Two's case, they speak with a Northern English accent.
  • A Two appears as a recommended character in "The Glistening".
  • Like TPOT was foreshadowed in a community post, Two's appearance was foreshadowed in a post. In the post, Two appeared on Four's hand, similar to Four appearing on Marker's hand in "Today's Very Special Episode".
  • Two is the only number who didn't appear as a non-asset in "X Finds Out His Value".
    • One and Three were together to form Thirteen, Four was the one helping X find his value, and Five, Six, Seven, and Eight were seen prior to the equation playground sequence. Nine and Zero don't count, as the numbers were based on the numbers in Minesweeper
  • In "BFDIA 1 Re-Animated By 95 People! - (Fan-Made)", Dora's favorite screen of the number two has a faint drawing of Two's face in it.
  • In "IDFB 1 Re-Animated By 108 People! (Fan-Made)", whenever Bomby talks, he changes to look like Two for comedic effect (due to his first line in the episode being "Two").
  • Two is currently the only host to not have a single canon death so far.
  • The hex code of Two's color is #46C44A.
  • In "Chapter Complete", when Clock asks Two if they're more powerful than Four, and to do something about Four being the Sun, Two replies with, "I don't know where you heard that from, but I'd rather stay out of this." This implies that Four is more powerful than Two, or they are on the same power level.
  • Two starts the intro by doing a peace sign (✌️).
  • Two doesn't like math, in fact, they hate math
  • Despite their limitless power, Two might be the only algebralien host who can't recover dead contestants, as they instead ordered a new recovery center.

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Algebralians
Species: IntegersVariablesPolygonsIrrationalsOperatorsFractionsPolyhedrons

Notable integers: TwoFour (variations) • FiveSixSevenEightNineTenMinor numbers

Notable variables: X (variations)

Notable polygons: Rectangle Polygon

Other symbols: InfinityFour and X put togetherNintySixSquare BracketObelusEm

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