Full Moon Island

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Sea Chart icon for Crescent Moon Island (left) and Full Moon Island (right)
Sea Chart icon for Crescent Moon Island (left) and Full Moon Island (right)
Sea Chart icon for Crescent Moon Island (left) and Full Moon Island (right)
Crescent Moon Island /
Full Moon Island
PMOK Full Moon Island.png
Toads 3
Not-Bottomless Holes 3
Collectible Treasures 1
? Blocks 2
Enemies Cheep Cheeps
Sidesteppers
“Ah. The crescent moon has filled out to become a FULL moon... Thus, Crescent Moon Island shall now be known as...Full Moon Island.”
Captain T. Ode, Paper Mario: The Origami King

Full Moon Island, initially known as Crescent Moon Island, is one of 11 accessible islands in the Great Sea in Paper Mario: The Origami King. It is charted in territory F-3 on the Sea Chart with a shape of a circle (a crescent moon until the middle of the island is brought up). To bring up the central portion of the island, Mario must first fish up a Sidestepper at the fishing spot and defeat it to spawn a Magic Circle for the Earth Vellumental. Once the central portion surfaces, there is a stone Toad statue right in the middle of the island. Mario can examine the statue to see a diagram indicating that this now-circle-shaped island forms a baseball diamond layout with three other islands, Full Moon Island corresponding to the first base. The diagram also depicts a diamond-shaped island to be found midpoint between the other islands (corresponding to the pitcher's mound). There is a chest containing a Mushroom Handle in front of the statue. In the same chest, Mario finds a note from Luigi saying, "Hey, Bro! Got the key! Come find me on the mushroom-shaped island!" Beneath both the statue and the chest is a slab with an important message for progressing through the Great Sea: "To collect the three orbs, you must journey to Diamond Island."

Hidden Toads[edit]

After they return to The Princess Peach, these Toads are seen sharing a table by themselves at the ship's bow.

There is a pile of leaves with an origami rabbit that will unfold into a yellow Toad when hammered.
Once the Sidestepper has been caught, a blue origami fish can be fished out of the fishing spot. It will unfold into a blue Toad when hammered.
Once the central portion of the island surfaces, a red origami fish can be found flopping on the western side of the island. It will unfold into a red Toad when hammered.

Not-Bottomless Holes[edit]

There are two Not-Bottomless Holes very obvious on the ground of the island.
There is a Not-Bottomless Hole at the fishing spot required to fill in to progress.

Collectible Treasures[edit]

In the fishing spot, a shiny fish will reveal to be a Collectible Treasure of Paper Macho Koopa Paratroopa (No. 75) when caught and reeled in.

? Blocks[edit]

To the north of the island is a ? Block.
In the a patch of sand, near the visible ? Block, is a Hidden Block.

Names in other languages[edit]

Full Moon Island[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese マンゲツ
Mangetsu-jima
Full Moon Island
Spanish Isla Plenilunio Full Moon Island
French Île pleine lune Full Moon Island
Dutch Vollemaaneiland Full Moon Island
German Vollmond-Insel Full Moon Island
Italian Isola Plenilunio Full Moon Island
Chinese (Simplified) 满月岛
Mǎn yuè dǎo
Full Moon Island
Chinese (Traditional) 滿月島
Mǎn yuè dǎo
Full Moon Island

Crescent Moon Island[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ミカヅキ
Mikazuki-jima
Crescent Moon Island
Spanish Isla Medialuna Half Moon Island
Chinese (Simplified) 新月岛
Xīnyuè Dǎo
Crescent Moon Island
Chinese (Traditional) 新月島
Xīnyuè Dǎo
Crescent Moon Island