This map was made by Ocha Mignuti, a mapmaker. She drew it in her map-shop in December 17, 1482 and gave it to Julia Jinger, because they were BAEs (Best Acquaintances Ever). (Also because Ocha wanted Julia to find the treasure!)
A MAP DESCRIPTION FOR VISITORS:
Gnomes who like berry soup and acorn hash live in the enchanted Forest of Mystery, and a rare Fluffnougat Unicorn lives in a fluffy hat! You are welcome to visit the kind and gentle bear-like Invisible Bargoe, but beware! The Lokomho lives in a yellow-and-blue house, but take care not to venture near his dwelling, for who knows what bad trouble you’ll be in! (At least, that’s what he says. I think he just wants to be left alone, personally.) I would recommend the Field of Wishes if you have a chance to go there, because if you say “I would like a wish, please!” it will let you wish once for anything good your heart desires. Do not, by any means, whatever the circumstances, go to the Swamp of Peril!!!!!!!!! A dragon, not friendly at all, lives in its waters. You will sink if you try to swim in it, and it is like a horrible, muddy marsh, but four-thousand and seventy-two times worse! But, on a lighter side, the Huge Eating and Wading Giant is friendly and will gladly share his cloud-puff cookies. Read the clue on the bottom of the map and try to figure out where the treasure is! All in all, Mystery Island is a trip that should be on your bucket list, and if you don’t mind being in a bit of peril, and some mystery, it is a wonderful mind-boggling adventurous place that you should definitely visit!