Explore the world around you! Collect Map Pieces and use the Map Table to discover new and exotic locations with exclusive goods not found anywhere else.
Unlocking the Map Table
Use the Map Table and collect Map Pieces to discover new and exotic locations, with exclusive goods not found anywhere else!
The Map Table can be found in the area right above the Treehouse Storage. You’ll need to reach Level 17 before you can clear the land and repair the Map Table for use!
Map PiecesScrap of Paper, Inked Remnants, Map Key and Secret Passage.
Map pieces are a special trade reward given by Carl the Cartographer. They can also be collected from seal dives, as a possible reward for a Wish of Exploration at Wishing Wellspring Island, from Pet Feedings, chests or sales in the World Market.
Scrap of Paper is offered in trade for Windmill or Treehouse Expansion Materials at Great Crate Islet, Steppin' Stairs Islet, Perfect Pulley Islet, or Windy Windmill Islet once you reach the sufficient relationship level.
Collecting Map Pieces will allow you to unlock new locations on your Map Table!
Using the Map Table
Tap the islands on your map to unlock and visit!
Trade with islanders to unlock their rare goods!
Every new character has plenty of goods to buy and sell, so be sure to visit and trade with islanders as often as you can!
Once your relationship with an islander reaches level 5, you’ll unlock their rare item. You’ll always be able to trade for this unique item, so come back whenever you’re in need!
Neighbourg islands :
|Island||Access Level||Relation max rewards||Unique Items|
|Angler Island||3||1||Golden White Pelican||Sunfish|
|Isle of the Giving Tree||10||6||2||1||Gems|
|Chameleon Cove||12||6||2||Rainbow Chameleon||Rainbow Fruit|
|Dreadbird's Fort||18||3||2||1||Barrel Shark||Root Beer Black Powder|
|Carl's Cabin||18||1||1||1||Astrolabe||Scrap of Paper Inked Remnants Map Key Secret Passage|
|Steppin' Stairs Islet||22||1||Not-a-Pocket Watch||Treehouse Stilt|
|Great Crate Islet||22||1||Merry-Go-Round||Waterwheel Paddle|
|Perfect Pulley Islet||22||1||1||1||Floating Crane||Gear|
|Windy Windmill Islet||22||1||1||1||Wind Turbine||Windmill Blade|
|Style Isle||24||1||3||1||Mannequin||Golden Fleece Green Dye Blue Dye Red Dye|
|Relic Ruins||25||1||Relic Key |
|Ghost Ship Cove||26||3||2||1||Ghost Cannon||Ghost Doubloon|
|Shoyu Island||28||2||2||2||Yuujou Bridge||Twilight Roll|
|Penguin Island||30||3||3||2||Penguin-scope||Arctic Ice|
|Wishing Wellspring Island||31||1||2||3||Jade Token|
Exploring New Trade Islands
Trade Islands have their own Trade Posts orders for you to browse, so be sure to visit as often as you can!
At these islands, you can build relationships with characters to earn rare resources and exclusive decorations for your island. Except Relic Ruins that only a place for a mini-game who rewards you with exclusive decorations.
Some Trade Islands have a unique resource which is only obtained from that island! Once your relationship with a character reaches Level 5, you’ll unlock a third slot on that character’s Trade Post where you can purchase these unique resources and sell them to merchants at your own island.
Most islands introduce a specific animal or decoration. As soon as your relationship with the owner of the island reaches its maximum level (10, except for Carl whose maximum is 5), the object is unlocked, then touch the object to place it in your stock of decorations.
Most islands introduce an exclusive pet or decoration you can only find there! Once your relationship with an islander reaches level 10, tap the item to move it to your Decorations menu. If you’d rather not wait, it’s always possible to purchase the pet or item using Gems.
Pets : Golden White Pelican , Rainbow Chameleon , Tortoise Oasis
Decorations :Barrel Shark , Mannequin , Yuujou Bridge , Astrolabe , Penguin-scope , Phantom Parrot , Ghost Cannon , Merry-Go-Round , Not-a-Pocket Watch , Floating Crane , Wind Turbine
- Nigel is the name of the seagull at the Map Table!
|Islands of Paradise Bay|
The above is Quoted in part or full directly from the Official Paradise Bay FAQ