A large bat-like fish with a voracious appetite, this creature lives below the waves and can launch itself out of the waves to fly short distances. They seem to prefer places where mushrooms and fruit trees hang over the water for easy access to food, but thrive is most places. Despite a primarily herbivorous diet they won't overlook meals of insects, small animals, and even the blood of larger creatures.
A cousin of turtonics, a microscopic version of the large islands the creatures of Mynros call home. No one is sure where these little guys came from, but many do treat these little pets with the same respect they would show their island homes. There are rumors that the turtonics made them for a laugh and others that mumble about the creatures being made by Yel and Myn, in either case, these small turtonics do seem to spring up around the First Light Festival shortly after the turtonic ritual and flock to the newest turtonics to follow along like little ducklings.
A little aquatic creature that secures itself to various surfaces in its watery homes. While it does have a cute little face, most would be surprised to find that this creatures mouth is located where the many tails sprout. It uses these tails as a wiggly lure to encourage small fish and little parasitic creatures towards its mouth.
These little lizards are very similar to the standard arcko, they tend to show up at night leaving trails through wild areas that those living across the islands can follow to find their way home. The main difference with these arcko is that their entire face glows in the dark and they always seem to be trailed by little stars when they skitter around.
These strange slinky creatures like to hang out in tree canopies; when prey is plentiful these creatures will form colonies and make the tree they call home and make it appear as if it is constantly in bloom. They feed on parasites that burrow under the bark of various trees or other plants by camouflaging themselves as blooming flowers and when these parasites dwindle in number petal wyrms will often move off to find a new tree, often leaving their colony and becoming solitary. Solitary wyrms tend to be more aggressive, making angry squeaks when threatened and being protective of their territories when others cross their boundaries.
A little creature that seeks out warm places in the colder seasons, it isn't uncommon to find them sleeping near a warm fire. They seek out food crumbs and turn them into sweet little star treats, making them a favorite for clean-up at parties where food is plentiful.
This variety of luggy is strange to those living in Mynros, no one is entirely sure what its shell is supposed to represent, but the space theme makes many wonder if turtonics have seen some strange space creatures in the past. These luggy seem to release flames from the base of their shell and tend to show up on rocky terrain where their flames won't fire or singe the ground. Blacksmiths like to keep this variation of luggy to heat the fires of their forge and the luggy seem to enjoy the hot space and free meals that come from this arrangement.