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The Tropical Island is a dungeon in Final Fantasy II. The party visits the island to obtain the Black Mask, formerly worshiped by the tropical islanders. On the dungeon's fourth floor there is a staircase that leads outside of the cavern. Here, members of a strange masked tribe make their home, and those in red garb sell the party equipment and consumable items.

The dungeon can be visited and the Black Mask obtained as soon as the party earns the Pirate Ship.

A warp tile behind the Black Mask chest takes the party onto the World Map outside the cave.


On their quest for the Crystal Rod and the Ultima Tome, Firion and his friends reach the island, finding it deserted, and descend into the island's cave. By defeating a group of Big Horns, they claim the Black Mask. After obtaining this treasure as well as the White Mask, the heroes head to the Mysidia Cave to find the artifact that will grant them entrance to the Mysidian Tower.


General Store[]

The Village of the Tropical Island tribe

Item Cost (DoS & Anniversary) Cost (Origins)
Demon Axe 8,000 gil 10,000 gil
Demon Spear 8,000 gil 10,000 gil
Ruby Cuirass 600 gil 800 gil
Gaia Drum 3,000 gil 8,000 gil

Item Shop[]

Item Cost (DoS & Anniversary) Cost (Origins)
Potion 30 gil 50 gil
Antidote 30 gil 200 gil
Hi-Potion 150 gil 500 gil
Ether 1,000 gil 2,500 gil


Item Location
Hi-Potion B1
Hi-Potion B1
Eye Drops B1
Ether B1
Spider's Silk B1
Sleepgrass B2
Spider's Silk B3
Scourge Tome B2
Scourge Tome B2
Blind Tome B2
Blind Tome B2
Garlic B3
Phoenix Down B3, guarded by Wraiths, Shadows, Ghouls and Ghasts
Sleepgrass B5
Sleepgrass B5
Gaia Drum B5, guarded by Poison Toads and Wild Horns
Death Idol B5
1000 Gil B4
Sleep Tome B5
Black Mask B5


Tropical Island's battle background.


Other appearances[]

Final Fantasy Record Keeper[]

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Musical themes[]

The background music inside the Tropical Island is called "Dungeon", while "Ancient Castle" plays during Firion's visit to the indigenous village.