The Magic Tree House has landed on Poptropica! Join Jack and Annie on a journey back in time to a world of samurai warriors, sumo wrestlers, and even greater dangers that lurk in the clouds. When trouble strikes, it’s up to you to master a set of elite ninja skills and undertake a dangerous rescue mission. Can you find your way back home, or will you be stuck in the virtual world of old Japan forever?
Go to the far right of the Main Street, and there will be a tire swing in the background. Enter that back yard. You will see a flying spark guiding two kids out of the back yard. Once they’re gone, go to the swing and cut the rope with a click.
Now, roll the tire all the way to the left side of the island to the bumpy floored woods past the main street until you get to a tree house. Pick up Jack’s Glasses on the ground. Then, leave the tire directly under the tree, and jump onto it, springing you onto the out of reach ladder. Go inside the tree house. Jack and Annie will be there. Give Jack his glasses.
Walk to the left side of the tree house, and pick up the book titled Frog Creek Pennsylvania: Home Town USA. Now, go ask Annie how the tree house works. She’ll tell you to pick up a book, and get the book to her right, titled A Journey to Old Japan. Use it, and you’re off to Old Japan! You’ll arrive in Old Japan. Exit the tree house. Jack and Annie will go explore, and tell you that you need a kimono. Jack will give you a Magic Amulet to return to the tree house whenever you want.
Go to the left end of the page, and two guards will arrest you and send you to jail for not having a passport. Use the Magic Amulet. Go left again, Go into the Bonsai Tree Shop and ask the lady about kimonos. She’ll give you Kimonos to choose from. Go ahead and put the kimono on. You’ll also get a Passport from inside the kimono.
Exit, and go left past the guards. Annie and Jack will be caught and sent to prison. Go left, past the crumbly bridge, to East Edo. When you find some stairs leading up, there will be a fish there. Get the Rotten Fish on the steps.
Continue up those same stairs and through the door, and there will be another chained door. Go right beside the rocks, and a Parchment will drop to you. Read the letter written on it.
Now, go back down to East Edo. Go to the next screen to the left and again go to the next screen. In a place called the Secluded Lake, on a stepping stone, there will be a Bag of Mortar. Get it.
Go inside the little hut made of bamboo, and talk to the old man. He’ll tell you that Basho was just in town buying some eggs. Now, go back to East Edo.
You should come to two samurai holding up five people. Help the samurai, by lining them up in order. The fifth person has stolen a fish but they are not in order. The people are 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5. Trade 5 and 4. Trade 4 and 1. Trade 3 and 4. The samurai will catch the guilty one, and send him away.
And, in return, the samurai will give you a Betting Slip for the sumo wrestling match, and he says he’ll split his winnings with you.
Now go back to the crumbly bridge, and use your Mortar. Just put the bricks where they look like they belong.
Once the little bridge is fixed, a really muscular guy will run through. Pick up the Bonsai Scissors dropped by one of the citizens because of the bridge shaking. Now go down, just below the bridge, to the guy fishing.
Use the rotten fish to try to catch the kappa. Light the wood in the bottom right, and click on the boulder to the left of the hole on the ground at the right. Shoot the beehive at the whole in the tree. Click the frog until it lands on the lily pad that has bubbles under it. Turn off the fire by clicking the wood again, light the lamp, and click on the rotten fish.
You’ve caught the kappa! Get up and go right, back to the Bonsai Shop. Go inside, and talk to the lady that gave you the kimono.
Use your bonsai scissors, and help her by cutting the bonsai, which you must cut perfectly to match the picture to the right. Every single leaf. When you’re done, click the finished button. Once you’ve accomplished that, a guy will walk in. He wants to buy a bonsai, but they are overpriced
Get out of the shop and go the Sumo match which is located on top of the stairs of West Edo. Go inside. Once inside, talk to Yokuzuna’s manager. He’ll ask you to help him with signing autographs. All you have to do is copy down the pattern of each Kanji character, step by step. Once you’re done with that, go talk to the other fighter inside the hut.
He’ll ask you to take his place. One way to do it is to avoid all of his attacks. He will get mad and slip off the stage.
Three mad samurai will come and tell you that they’re going to take you. Just then though, the old man from the hut will come. That’s Basho. He says to meet him at his home.
Go to the hut, and he’ll tell you that he wants you to be his new student ninja. You’ll start your training. Basho will give you some tools and Ninja Outfits. Put on the ninja outfit, and Basho will teach you how to use your tools.
You’ll learn how to use Shuko claws to scale walls and trees, a Bo Staff which can spin or vault you, Smoke Bombs to temporarily blind an enemy, Throwing Stars for stealth, and a Grappling Hook to swing around. Once you’re done with training, go to the wall next to his house. You’ll have to fix it.
Then he’ll tell you he just needed it fixed. He’ll send you to save Jack and Annie, and to find the Shogun. Return to the Fortress Cliff, at the same place that you got the Parchment. Climb up the stone wall, and continue left.
Your shuko claws only stick to the lighter stone. You can use the moving logs as quick platforms, but don’t get hit by them. Also, you can “skim” up through the walls by dragging your character upwards.
At the top, go left. Use your Ninja Vision to see where the guards are. Drop a bomb to blind them all. Go through the window, above the guard.
Fortress, Level 1
Inside the fortress, open doors by cutting the rope on the top. Collect the haiku piece next to the wall you have to vault over. Next, collect the key by wall jumping to the top of a particular section. Be sure to get the key; you’ll have to use it to unlock the door at the end.
Fortress, Level 2
This level involves shadows. Use the shurikens to put out the lights, and don’t hit the samurai. This level has a thing like boxes which shoot spikes at you and ultimately keep you from your goal. You can, deflect the spikes by spinning your staff.
To obtain the key for this level, you have to swing above one of these boxes to land on top of it, where the key is. Don’t forget to obtain your haiku piece. It’s in a corner, close to the end of the level.
Fortress, Level 3
Combine all of your knowledge in this level. There are two different paths to take. The best path is downward. Straight down, until you hit the bottom. Next, go right, and smoke bomb the two samurai hiding behind screens at the end of the path.
Now, make your way to the right wall. Climb it, and obtain the key the haiku is in a corner under the platform you jump on when you get to the end of the path mentioned above. This next part is tricky. Follow the steps in this gif to continue:
To get through the final door, you’ll need to recite the Haiku.
You will enter, and the evil Shogun will tell you not to hurt him, or else Jack and Annie will never get out. Using your shuriken, shoot at the cage, and it will fall, bursting open.
The Shogun uses the dragon wand to summon the Red Dragon but no one can control it and then you’ll be transported to the Cloud Dragon. You must climb the mountain, and get on the Cloud Dragon.
The fight between the Cloud Dragon and the Red Dragon is simple. Shoot the Red Dragon, stop it from destroying the city, and recharge in the clouds. If you fail it, you can try again, give up, or try again in easy mode. You won’t need to recharge if you choose the the easy mode. After this fight, the Shogun’s reign will be over! Basho will explain that the Shogun is his brother.
He’ll apologize, and you can go home now. Use the Amulet to get to the tree house. Then, use the Frog Creek Book, and you’ll arrive back home. Annie will give you your Island Medallion. Congratulations.