- See also: Cake
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The ceremony was introduced in Episode 2, leaving Flower to become the first person eliminated from the game with four votes.
The intro has been changed four times up to Episode 20 varying from the simple saying of "Cake at Stake", to a small "eating song" for it, so to a mini song devoted to it, but re-created in Episode 20. An added bonus to Cake at Stake is that cake is not always used to grant safety.
Cake at Stake had a new system in BFDIA. Instead of commenting to vote, voters must rate the contestants. The contestant with the most likes will be able to spin a wheel to get a prize, and the contestant with the most dislikes will get eliminated. The first contestant to get eliminated in Battle for Dream Island Again was Donut.
In BFB, the Cake at Stake system changed again. At the voting screen, there is a letter in a bracket that stands for another character. The letter in the bracket must be commented to vote.
Order of elimination
- Episode 2: Flower - Regular cake used: All players except one were thrown cake straight to their faces, and everyone except Tennis Ball, GB, and Flower received 0 votes.
- Episode 3: Spongy - Key Lime Pie used: Most of the contestants criticized the choice of cake. Match requested a chocolate cake, and Firey said he loved chocolate. Pencil agreed with him and said she also likes ice cream cake. Bubble said ice cream cake was so delish.
- Episode 4: Blocky - Ice Chunks used. Most of the contestants got hit by the ice. Match got hit by her cake, Pen and Eraser got sent away after getting hit by their cakes, Firey melted his cake into a puddle which caused the grass to grow when the puddle touched the ground, and supposedly Pencil got sent away like Pen and Eraser, although it was revealed that Match was just hallucinating.
- Episode 5: Woody - Ice Cream Cake used. The Announcer said he had a chunk of ice like last time, causing Pencil to overreact, but then Announcer said he was kidding and said the cake was an ice cream cake.
- Episode 6: Pin - Cupcakes used. According to Pen and Bubble, the cupcakes have the contestants' names on them. The Announcer then claims that wasn't supposed to be there.
- Episode 7: Needle - Key Lime Pie used.
- Episode 9: Blocky returns - Regular cake used.
- Episode 10: Teardrop - Modeling clay used.
- Episode 11: Golf Ball - Imaginary cake used due to costs of cake.
- Episode 12: Coiny - No cake used.
- Episode 13: Snowball - Dead fish used.
- Episode 14: 1st: Match - Fruitcake used. 2nd: Spongy returns - No cake but Bonus points equal to the loaves of bread that the contestants put in their individual basket.
- Episode 15: Eraser - Nickels used.
- Episode 16: Pen - Explosive blueberry pie used.
- Episode 17: Blocky - Knives used.
- Episode 18: 1st: Tennis Ball - Cracker used. 2nd: David joins - Yellow Tomato used.
- Episode 19: Pencil - Shovels caked with mud used.
- Episode 20: David - Ice Cream Cake was used again.
- Episode 21: 1st: Ice Cube - no cake. 2nd: Flower returns - Pizza used.
- Episode 22: Rocky - Yoylecake used.
- Episode 23: Spongy - Cheesecake used.
- Episode 24: Flower - Red Velvet Cake used.
- Episode 25: Bubble and Leafy - Grand Cake (all the previous cakes mashed together) used.
- Episode 2: Donut - Regular cake
- Episode 3: Dora - Regular cake.
- Episode 4: Teardrop - Regular cake used 3 times in a row.
- Episode 5a: Match - Donut's corpse used.
- Episode 6: Puffball - Not told, but confirmed by Ruby in IDFB.
- Episode 2: Pencil - Regular cake used.
- (Brake at Flake) Episode 3: Leafy - Earths used.
- Episode 4: Bracelety - Regular cake used (Most is covered in Barf Bag's barf).
- Episode 5: Liy - Fortune Cookies used (Bracelety Quotes, except for Pie's).
- Episode 6: Roboty - Orange Paint used.
- Episode 7: Loser - Poppers used.
- Episode 8: 8-Ball - Pieces of the Firey Speaker Box's corpse used.
- Episode 9: Stapy - Regular cake used.
- Episode 10: David - Embroidered Strawberry Cake used.
- Episode 11: Leafy returns - 3D Cake used.
|Title||Photo||First episode||Final episode|
|Cake at Stake||Barriers and Pitfalls (Season 1, Episode 2)||Insectophobe's Nightmare (Season 1, Episode 9)|
|*cake eating sounds*||Crybaby! (Season 1, Episode 10)||A Leg Up in the Race (Season 1, Episode 12)|
|There's Points Now||Don't Lose Your Marbles (Season 1, Episode 13)||Rescission (Season 1, Episode 19)|
|The Points Are Gone||Gardening Hero (Season 1, Episode 20)||Insectophobe's Nightmare 2 (Season 1, Episode 24)|
|Cake at Stake Remix||Lick Your Way to Freedom (Season 4, Episode 2)||TBA|
|Cake at Stake Remix #2||Today's Very Special Episode (Season 4, Episode 4)||Today's Very Special Episode (Season 4, Episode 4)|
- In episode 2, the "at" in the Cake at Stake intro is pink and the intro fades out. However, from episode 3 onwards, the "at" is green and there is no fade. This was probably the result of having to remake the Cake at Stake intro in its own separate flash (.FLA) file. The original cake at stake intro was found in the FLA source files for BFDI episode 2 scene 1.
- In episode 8, there was no Cake at Stake as the Tiny Loser Chamber was too small to fit any more contestants at that time.
- In episode 9, the Cake at Stake was for the returning contestant. Blocky returned.
- In episode 10, the Cake at Stake intro changed to the cake eating version.
- In episode 13, the Cake at Stake intro changed to "There's points now" version.
- In episode 15, it was revealed David had 39 votes, and Announcer asked viewers to not vote him.
- In episode 17, Pencil got her first vote by a YouTuber named englishcreamcakes. Since then she has been receiving votes.
- In episode 18, two Cake at Stakes were done: one for the regular players, and one for the recommended characters.
- In episode 19, Pencil became the player eliminated with the highest number of votes up to that point: 259. Also, for the first time in the background, dramatic music was played during the Cake at Stake.
- In episode 20, the Cake at Stake intro changed to "Points are gone" (paper) version. David also had the most votes for elimination: 331.
- In episode 21, the Cake at Stake place changed once again, and also had 2 sessions done. One for the returning contestant (who is Flower), and also one for an elimination. Over 400 people voted for Icy. 9 eliminated contestants, and all recommended characters ever on this month.
- In episode 25, the final Cake at Stake in Season 1 was done to determine the winner of BFDI. This also featured the first double elimination, with Bubble and Leafy losing and Firey winning Dream Island. However, Bubble and Leafy did not go to the TLC, since Announcer released all the other 18 contestants, and BFDI Season 1 was over.
- In "Welcome Back", there was no Cake at Stake. However, Puffball is revealed to be eliminated from the show, implying that a Cake at Stake for the elimination happened offscreen before the event of IDFB. There was no prize for the object with the most likes, which is Firey, though.
- In Lick Your Way to Freedom, the first Cake at Stake intro got remixed, although the "at" is still pink and still fades out. This is used for the succeeding Battle For BFDI episodes.
- In Why Would You Do This on a Swingset, the intro was omitted.
- So far, 12 variations of the Cake At Stake intro have been used.
- Get in the Van is the first ever episode to use a cake which is the corpse of a contestant (Donut).
- Get in the Van is, in fact, the first and only episode in BFDIA which does not use regular cake.
- Cake at Stake happens every 4 o'clock afternoon as revealed in "Get in the Van".
- Despite this, when Firey complains that CAS should have already started in "Get in the Van", the clock displays 3:55, meaning there would still be 5 minutes.
- In only nine episodes, an actual cake is used, and in three, a pie is used.
- In total, there is 10 cake at stake intros, including both versions of the first intro, AnimationEpic's intro in The Glistening and the one in the final episode.
- In BFB, there seem to be three versions of the Cake at Stake intro, the second one being a version after Donut pointed out there wasn't one last time, and the third one being nothing but the first intro used since BFDI (season 1) and the rest just being a black screen.
- In BFB, every even-numbered episode has had a proper Cake at Stake intro, and every odd-numbered episode has had either no Cake at Stake intro or a broken one. This was later broken in the 7th episode (The Liar Ball You Don't Want).
- In BFB 8 and 9, it is revealed that Clock rings every time Cake at Stake is about to start.