Glimmies are magical little star fairies called upon Glimmies Wood by the moon after witnessing her animal friends fight and become very unhappy. Searching for endless adventure, the Glimmies work hard to restore the love, happiness, and friendships among the wood.
If you are lucky to spot a Glimmie, holding them within your hands is an experience like no other. They may hide from the light, but when evening approaches their lights brilliantly shine and fill the wood with color.
A glimmie is a small little fairy with a magical light known as the Glimmessence, which allows them help those in need and light the way. The Glimmessence comes from stardust and the special Glimtilla plant.
Each Glimmie takes the form of their favorite woodland friends with features resembling the animal; such as their tails, feather or wing patterns, and so on. They also have their own color, symbol, and facial details, making each unique from the last. One detail they all have is that their animal parts glow and sparkle, as well as star-shaped eye dots.
Each Glimmie has a partner or pair friend, but in rare cases there may be singular Glimmies.
The known species thus far are:
- Each Glimmie has a name inspired by a feature of her species or modified from a real name.
- The most common color of Glimmie is Blue and Yellow.
- The least common is White.
- Winged creatures are the most common species of Glimmie.