Heart Island is a location in Paper Mario: The Origami King, an island located in The Great Sea. It is found in the center of the sea, charted in territory D-4. This is one of the four suite islands to be found, along with Club Island, Diamond Island, and Spade Island. As its name and description suggest, it is a heart-shaped island with several shrubs and switches. Additionally, a MAX UP Heart can be found here. There are no Collectible Treasures to be found here.
Upon arriving at the island, Captain T. Ode notes its shape and names it accordingly. Once Mario and Olivia get off the boat and onto the dock, many more shrubs are revealed than can be seen at first glance. In fact, there are shrubs all over the island, with almost no enemies. Mario can hammer a shrub to knock it over and reveal a button on the other side, which can then be hammered to trigger an event changing the layout of the island.
To solve this riddle and complete the island, Mario must change the shape of the statue, turn it to the left, bring up the missing piece of the island, and drop the stone ball. This causes it to roll onto the main layer of the island, allowing Mario to get onto the ramp and travel up to the top of the island. Here, there is a stone statue indicating this island as one of the four suite islands. On the ledge off to the right is a chest containing a Toad. Believing Mario may be disappointed he is not a real treasure, he marks a spot on his map to make up for it. Before leaving this island, Mario can activate the large neon heart on the pillar in the center of the island to reveal what appears to be a Heart. To the right of the statue is a bush with a button Mario must hit to create a bridge allowing him to reach the pillar. However, hammering the heart reveals it is actually a Toad. Believing Mario may be disappointed he is not a real heart, the Toad gives Mario a MAX UP Heart worth 20 extra HP. There are a few Not-Bottomless Holes on this island, around the pillar at the center of the island and close to the dock.
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