Field Guide to the Dream World

A handbook of the local flora and natural phenomena of the Dream World.

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Lightning Trees

  • Nexus 1
  • Valley of the Moon

These glowing blue trees tend to grow in clusters. They're fond of water, and are found sprinkled among the rivers near Nexus 1.

Mush Trees

  • Nexus 1
  • Glowgem Ridge

Large, bioluminescent cyan trees, reminiscent of Waking World mushrooms. Their cone-shaped caps usually come in two tiers, though a rare three-tiered mush tree is considered lucky.

Dango Trees

  • Red Forest

Dango trees are very uniform in shape, size, and colour. It looks like they've been meticulously groomed, but that's actually their natural formation.

Conch Trees

  • Nexus 2
  • Doubler's Path

These tall trees are actually made of a stone similar to marble. Conch trees are extremely hardy, most of them have been around since the beginning of the Dream World. It's not quite known how they propagate, or if they're actually just sculptures someone left behind.


  • Whimbar Forest
  • ...and elsewhere

Each suncoliole flower has a unique facial expression, making them a popular choice among florists. NX1 holds an annual suncoliole horticulture contest as part of its festivities, but the flower is beloved across the whole Dream World.

Melt Pine Trees

  • Whimbar Forest

The needles of these pine trees have melted together into one clump. On hot days, they droop into one amalgamous puddle. Apparently, their bark is very sweet.

Musika Bubbles

  • Doubler's Path

Also called "musikas," these multicoloured bubbles float softly around Doubler's Sea and emit a musical tone when popped.

Glowpy's Trident

  • Nexus 2

A natural phenomenon occurring in the Tetral Ocean near Nexus 2, where a great bolt of lightning seems to slowly be drawn out from the sea towards the sky. Though it looks like a lightning strike from the Waking World, it's completely harmless. It's named after Glowpy.

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