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- If you were looking for the town of the same name, see Two Island (town).
Two Island (Japanese: ２のしま Island 2), commonly referred to by fans as Boon Island (Japanese: ゆうぎじま Friendship Island), is the second island in the Sevii Islands archipelago. It is east of One Island, and west of Three Island. The water to the east of the island is flowing too roughly, therefore, it cannot be surfed upon.
On the island is a small town, known as Two Island, where, despite its size, there are many activities and important things. The town is a trading post for many foreign goods, and as such has a market stall where items that are unavailable in the Kanto region, including Moomoo Milk and Lava Cookies, are sold.
Two Island also houses an old woman, who many of the island's residents consider kind of creepy, on Cape Brink, north of the island. If the player's original fully-evolved starter Pokémon has maximum friendship, she will teach them one of the elemental variations of Hyper Beam.
On the west side of the island's small town is a newly-opened Game Corner, owned by Lostelle's father. Over the Wireless Adapter, players of Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen can play mini-games with each other or with someone who has Pokémon Emerald.
It is also the home of the FireRed and LeafGreen move relearner, who will teach a move learned by a Pokémon at an earlier level that it no longer has or never had, in exchange for two TinyMushrooms or a Big Mushroom. This differs from the other Generation III games, who require Heart Scales, due to the lack of wild Luvdisc in the game.
There is a small inaccessible island directly southeast of the main island that looks identical to the Navel Rock sprite on the town map.
Locations on Two Island
In the manga
In the Pokémon Adventures manga
In the FireRed & LeafGreen chapter, Two Island is inhabited only by Ultima, and consists of three long paths leading up to her house on Cape Brink. Red and Blue were chosen to take up her challenge by going through the three paths. The challenges on two of the paths were based on the minigames from the Joyful Game Corner.
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