A cousin to the native jolo, this little one is visiting Sugarlight from the kingdom of Dungeons and Dragons. They're doing their best to capture a tasty adventurer, but they've only gotten a wooden sword. It's ok, little one, we all have those days!
Here we have a little pyramid jolo, just discovering its bendy, drippy head.
This poor blue jolo had a rough night out and discovered that they might have made some mistakes...
This jolo is just living their best life, bouncing happily along.
The queen liked her first mushroom so much that she made a second one, and gave it gold dots.
This is the queen's first creation, just a little blip of her wand, really, but she loved it enough that she kept it and set about making more.
Mushrooms, the queen decided, should come in all shapes, sizes, and colors. When she waved the wand for this one, she was feeling skinny and orange. It grows very well on its own, she thinks, and she finds them growing all over her kingdom.
Sometimes, sadness makes someone happy. This bowing, goth mushroom isn't sad, it's happy to be black and red.
Sometimes things...are just a lot. This mushroom is a lot. A lot of color, and a lot of little shiny things.
At night, this pretty little one opens up and sends glowing spores out into the forest to help those who might be lost to find their way.
It looks like the someone has been collecting things again...
A little round, a little blue, and a bit stout. The queen says this one tastes like cotton candy, but no one has dared taste it yet.
Some mushrooms just like to stand out.
Slippy and shiny, this one was based on something the queen saw once in the human lands.
In sugarlight, there's always sugar syrup for your cherries if you want it.
The queen has tried to make chocolate, or vanilla, or even rocky road. It's no good, all the ice cream in her kingdom is rainbow!
When the queen was building her kingdom, she added so many rainbows. Perhaps...too many rainbows. She refuses to remove any of them, because who doesn't like rainbows?