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Path tiles (sometimes referred to as groundpath) are 1x1 decorations that add flavor to an island. Each island has its own set of path tiles. They do not grant Experience when placed, and (with two exceptions: the Inverdigus Sprig and the Oceanic Outpost) do not contribute to the Happiness of any Monsters.

Plant Island

Image Name Cost Sells for Level Description
Leafstrewn Path Leafstrewn Path 50 Coin1 37 Coin1 5 These leaves have fallen off big trees. We'll get around the tidying them up someday. In the meantime, they make a wonderful path!
Worndown Path Worndown Path 50 Coin1 37 Coin1 5 These old stones have been here since forever. Not sure where they came from, but they don't seem to be going anywhere either.
Bubblerite Path Bubblerite Path 250 Coin1 187 Coin1 6 Carved from polished Bubblerite, this groundpath is smooth and soft to the touch. But watch that those bubbles don't trip you up!
Mossy Bubblerite Path Mossy Bubblerite Path 250 Coin1 187 Coin1 6 This Bubblerite tile has been tinted green with moss recovered from an Entbrat's horns.
Inverdigus Sprig Inverdigus Sprig 1,000 Coin1 750 Coin1 8 The stubborn Inverdigus plant insists on being different... it grows with its roots in the air and foliage on the ground! Despite what you may think, it's still good at sticking in place.
Checkered Bubblerite Path Checkered Bubblerite Path 1,000 Coin1 750 Coin1 9 For those who can't decide between regular Bubblerite and its mossy variant, this is the best of both worlds!
Blue Flower Path Blue Flower Path 1,000 Coin1 750 Coin1 10 Nothing like the feeling of soft flowers underfoot. What about the monsters without feet, you might ask? We may never know the feeling.
Inverdigus Path Inverdigus Path 7,500 Coin1 5,625 Coin1 11 Better watch your step! Baby Inverdigus plants, who begin their lives as eyeballs on the forest floor, are watching you too.
Moshroom Path Moshroom Path 7,500 Coin1 5,625 Coin1 12 A collection of wild moshrooms have pushed their way up through this stone path.

Cold Island

Image Name Cost Sells for Level Description
Icy Path Icy Path 250 Coin1 187 Coin1 13 Who thought it was a good idea to make a path out of ice? Don't slip up!
Frozen Puddle Path Frozen Puddle Path 250 Coin1 187 Coin1 13 This must have been thought up by the same genius who created the icy path.
Purple Hairtuft Path Purple Hairtuft Path 1,000 Coin1 750 Coin1 14 What's this? Some vestige of when the Cold Island monster dyed its hair purple. It was just a phase.
Hairtuft Path Hairtuft Path 1,000 Coin1 750 Coin1 14 Part of the Cold Island monster's bushy hair has poked through the island surface. Good thing it's so soft... No complaints here!
Cryosanthemum Cryosanthemum 1,250 Coin1 937 Coin1 15 The rare Cryosanthemum flower can only be found in certain isolated pockets of Cold Island. Needing only ice to flourish, its stalks resemble upturned icicles.
Aurora Path Aurora Path 7,500 Coin1 5,625 Coin1 16 Somehow, this patch of ice always displays the reflection of a beautiful aurora, even when none appears in the sky.
Blue Bubblerite Path Blue Bubblerite Path 7,500 Coin1 5,625 Coin1 16 Someone had the fun idea to dye Bubberite ore blue with a Deedge's earwax. So if blue bubbles tickle your fancy, this is the groundpath for you.

Air Island

Image Name Cost Sells for Level Description
Globule Path Globule Path 500 Coin1 375 Coin1 17 These bubble-like orbs sporadically emerge from the Wild Bagpipes behind the Air Island monster's ears.
Floating Rock Path Floating Rock Path 500 Coin1 375 Coin1 17 Shards of floating rock gather together in little groups like this. Why? To share secrets, of course.
EfferveFence Effervefence 1,500 Coin1 1,125 Coin1 18 The peculiar physics of Air Island prevent these bubbles from floating away... Besides, they are quite content to stick around to serve as this charming fence.
Yucka Path Yucka Path 1,500 Coin1 1,125 Coin1 19 The leaves of the trees on Air Island are very ticklish... They can really make you yuck it up!
Thistle Path Thistle Path 1,500 Coin1 1,125 Coin1 19 You'd think it would be uncomfortable to tread on thistles, but miraculously, it feels wonderful!
Fuzzy Path Fuzzy Path 8,500 Coin1 6,375 Coin1 20 Some clumsy Mammott tripped while carrying some miracle hair-growth formula (don't ask, it's a sensitive subject) and this is what happened.
Dandifloret Path Dandifloret Path 8,500 Coin1 6,375 Coin1 20 Don't look now, but it appears a Dandidoo's florets have blown off its head and landed in a pile on the ground. Tough break.

Water Island

Image Name Cost Sells for Level Description
Green Coral Path Green Coral Path 750 Coin1 562 Coin1 21 These fronds sway back and forth in the ocean's current... Staring at them for too long can make you pretty sleepy.
Seastar Path Seastar Path 750 Coin1 562 Coin1 22 A family of seastars has selflessly created a little pathway for you. Aren't seastars just the nicest creatures you ever met?
Oceanic Outpost Oceanic Outpost 1,750 Coin1 1,312 Coin1 23 This kindly sea creature has volunteered to stand guard - well, more like "sprawl" guard - on this watery post. How polite.
Purple Coral Path Purple Coral Path 2,000 Coin1 1,500 Coin1 24 Monsters sometimes use this reed-like coral as straws for their fizzy drinks. Resourceful!
Puddly Path Puddly Path 2,000 Coin1 1,500 Coin1 24 How is there a puddle underwater? Oh well, don't question it too much.
Spotted Coral Path Spotted Coral Path 10,000 Coin1 7,500 Coin1 25 Some experts believe that this type of coral developed spots to camouflage in with its surroundings. Not so. Turns out it just has monster pox.
Green Bubblerite Path Green Bubblerite Path 10,000 Coin1 7,500 Coin1 25 These green Bubblerite pebbles would be really good for skipping. Unfortunately, skipping pebbles tends to work better on the surface than underwater.

Earth Island

Image Name Cost Sells for Level Description
Ninetile Path Ninetile Path 1,000 Coin1 750 Coin1 26 Strangely, these flat stones are always found in groups of nine. Safety in numbers? They get stepped on, all the same.
Woodplank Path Woodplank Path 1,000 Coin1 750 Coin1 26 This plank of wood is hot to the touch. That's because it's made from the torchle trees that grow on Earth Island.
Barrockade Barrockade 2,000 Coin1 1,500 Coin1 27 Distantly related to Quarristers, this living rock has much humbler aspirations. Barrockades feel totally fulfilled in performing the function of a fence.
Onetile Path Onetile Path 2,500 Coin1 1,875 Coin1 28 Kind of like a Ninetile Path... Except... There's only one.
Black Bubblerite Path Black Bubblerite Path 2,500 Coin1 1,875 Coin1 28 Nothing too fancy. Gets the job done. Don't pop these bubbles, though - the stain will never come out.
Firechill Path Firechill Path 11,500 Coin1 8,625 Coin1 29 When the heat of Earth Island gets to be too much for some monsters, a cool Firechill tile can provide instant relief. Does it look hot to you? That's just the paintjob.
Joulygood Path Joulygood Path 11,500 Coin1 8,625 Coin1 29 Looks are deceiving. These tiles are actually the heating element on the stovetop of some underground kiln. Go figure.
Sizzler Path Sizzler Path 15,000 Coin1 11,250 Coin1 30 Are your feet cold? Stand over a Sizzler for a while... Guaranteed, you will never be cold again!

Gold Island

The Market is not accessible on Gold Island. All decorations, including paths, are not obtainable.

Ethereal Island

Image Name Cost Sells for Level Description
Purpureus Bubblerite Path Purpureus Bubblerite Path 4 Shard 3 Shard 15 Ethereal monsters harvest the moldy gunk between their toes to paint Bubblerite this lovely shade.
Teal Bubblerite Path Teal Bubblerite Path 4 Shard 3 Shard 15 Bubblerite is found throughout many dimensions of the multiverse, including the pocket dimension of Ethereal Island. This teal variety perfectly complements its indigo landscape.
Fracture Path Fracture Path 10 Shard 7 Shard 18 Rarely, a slab of Bubblerite will contain only one of the bubble-like formations that give it its name. It is a singular pleasure for a monster to pop the bubble, which results in a fractured tile.
Runic Path Runic Path 40 Shard 30 Shard 23 Along with the Glyphic Path, this mysterious symbol is that's left of a prehistoric monster civilization. It's believed to signify the duality of Ethereal Monsters being able to exist in the natural universe and the ethereal plane.
Glyphic Path Glyphic Path 40 Shard 30 Shard 23 Monster historians have speculated about this marking's true meaning for ages. Most conclude it represents interdimensional teleportation, but some radicals purport it's instruction on how to make the best ice cream cone.
Particulate Path Particulate Path 50 Shard 37 Shard 27 When Bubblerite path tiles break down from monsters treading on them, no one bothers to clean up the pieces because they look so pretty. This path design skips the treading step.

Shugabush Island

Image Name Cost Sells for Level Description
Leafcrunch Path Leafcrunch Path 1,000 Coin1 750 Coin1 15 Inspired by the leafstrewn path of Plant Island, these leaves are locked in a perpetual state of wonderful autumnal crunchiness.
Decibur Path Decibur Path 1,000 Coin1 750 Coin1 15 The musical Decibur Plant relies on interdimensionally-traveling monsters to spread its seeds, contained inside burs which attach themselves to monster fur and which give a loud squeak when squeezed.
Waferock Path Waferock Path 2,500 Coin1 1,875 Coin1 18 Perfectly round, Waferocks are only formed in interdimensional geological conditions when two universes converge, like in Shugabush Island.
Yellowdisc Path Yellowdisc Path 11,500 Coin1 8,625 Coin1 23 It's suspected that the true purpose of these outerdimensional discs is known only to the members of Shugafam, who share a connection with their universe of origin.
Reddisc Path Reddisc Path 11,500 Coin1 8,625 Coin1 23 When Shugabush Island was formed, these mystifying artifacts tumbled through the dimensional wormhole and scattered everywhere. The monsters can't decide what they're used for, but the leading theory is that they're the wheels of a spacetime-faring craft.
Lignaline Path Lignaline Path 15,000 Coin1 11,250 Coin1 27 The curious Lignaline Tree produces lumber that arranges itself along geometric lines and patterns without any help.

Notes

  • Since the v1.2.5 update, Ethereal and Shugabush islands have their own paths.
  • Due to an apparent classification error in the Market, the Barrockade does not appear in the subsection with the other paths. Instead, it appears in the subsection with the plants.
  • The Dandifloret is an Air Island path, however Dandidoos cannot be placed on Air Island.
  • There are 10 types of Bubblerite: Regular, Mossy, Checkered, Blue, Green, Black, Teal, Purpureus, plus the Particulate Path and the Fracture Path.

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