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Generation 3 includes characters released in 2012.

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    Forest Evergreen
Click here  to see his 2017 design.
An outdoorsy lumberjack who lives in a hut in the woods.
Made from: A Lumberjack's Overalls
Voiced by: Keaton Whitbread, Samuel Vincent (We're Lalaloopsy)

  • A Day in the Limelight: The webisode “Timber” is about Forest trying to cut down the perfect tree.
  • An Axe to Grind: His mini doll features an axe as one of his accessories. He doesn't have an axe in the animated series, but he uses his pet Beaver like an axe.
  • Canada, Eh?: Behaves like a stereotypical Canadian in We're Lalaloopsy, complete with the accent, "Eh" Verbal Tic, and love for lumberjacking.
  • Chained Heat: In "Stuck on You", he and Jewel get stuck together in a box as a result of Misty messing up her magic trick. They argue a lot throughout the episode due to their wildly different personalities and jobs, but they learn how to work together, and eventually get their hands unstuck from the box.
  • Cool Big Bro: He doesn't actually have a sibling, but he acts like a brother to Specs, Trinket, and Scribbles in "Eight Legged Friend", where he leads their Timber Rangers troop and teaches them the ways of camping and hiking.
  • Feud Episode: In "Stuck on You", he argues constantly with Jewel while their hands are stuck together in the box. However, they overcome their differences and help each other with their jobs.
  • Green Around the Gills: In "Out On a Limb", he briefly turned green when he looked down from the tall tree he was stuck in.
  • Growling Gut: A strange variant in "Belly Laugh". In that episode, he thinks it's a good idea to eat a mysterious purple nut, but it turns out to be a Giggle Nut, a nut that makes your stomach giggle.
  • The Hermit: He lives in his log cabin by himself, away from everyone else in Lalaloopsy Land. In fact, on the Lalaloopsy Land map, the only one who lives close to him is Dyna. Forest doesn't really like having people over to his house, as exemplified in "Belly Laugh".
  • Hollywood Tone-Deaf: Claims to not be a good singer in "Mango's Mainland Holiday",
  • Hopeless Suitor: His beaver. Not for anyone in particular, but he constantly makes wood carvings of a female beaver, but she's not real, meaning that he does not have a girlfriend but wants one.
  • The Leader: He's the leader of the scouting troop the Timber Rangers.
  • Mighty Lumberjack: He's the resident lumberjack of Lalaloopsy Land, and he is very manly and strong. He is also a builder, a wood craftsman, a carpenter, a maple farmer, and the Leader of the Timber Rangers (as shown in Eight Legged Friend).
  • The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything: Even though he's a lumberjack, he mainly sticks to tapping trees for syrup and never cuts down trees, although he intended to in the webisode "Timber".
  • Ship Tease: Has moments with Storm E. in the Netflix series.
  • Super-Strong Child: Is only a kid, and yet is one of Lalaloopsy Land's strongest lifters along with Peanut.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Maple syrup, which he puts on everything.
  • Unexplained Accent: Even though everybody speaks with American accents (besides Tippy Tumblelina, who's British, and Suzette Lasweet, who's French), he speaks with a Canadian accent in We're Lalaloopsy.
  • Verbal Tic: "Eh?"
  • Vocal Evolution: He inexplicably has a Canadian accent in We're Lalaloopsy.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: He's scared of heights.

    Charlotte Charades
A mime who loves to perform.
Made from: A Mime's Gloves

    Mango Tiki Wiki
A bright island girl.
Made from: A Dancer's Grass Skirt
Voiced by: Jaida Shaleena Lewis

  • As Long as It Sounds Foreign: None of what she sings in "Mango's Mainland Holiday" was actual Hawaiian, it was just gibberish made up to sound Hawaiian. Apparently, the writers couldn't be bothered to look up actual Hawaiian words.
  • Bare Your Midriff: There's a gap in between her top and her skirt. But this is obviously not for fanservice. This is a kids' show, and Mango is a minor.
  • Birds of a Feather: She shares quite a few things in common with Patch, with who she has Ship Tease. They both live on the coastline of western Lalaloopsy Land, both like to collect things, and they both have pet birds.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Mango was perceived as strange by everyone in Lalaloopsy Land except for Patch. She likes to sing to coconut trees, can't sit properly in chairs, and thinks that there are tiny people inside a gramophone.
  • Deserted Island: She and her pineapple bird are the only ones who live on the Island of the Smoky Peak.
  • Flowers of Femininity: She wears a pink flower in her hair, and one of her accessories on her mini doll is a lei.
  • Hula and Luaus: She's basically everything Hawaiian in one character. She plays the ukulele, wears flowers, dances the hula, loves to host luaus, and eats coconuts.
  • Nice Girl: The kid's a ray of sunshine who's accepting of differences, one reason why Patch likes her.
  • Non-Standard Character Design: She has green eyes.
  • One-Shot Character: She only appeared in "Mango's Mainland Holiday".
  • The Pollyanna: She's perky and upbeat, and doesn't let mean words get her down.
  • Quirky Ukulele: She has a ukulele, with which she plays her coconut song.
  • Ship Tease: In "Mango's Mainland Holiday", Patch meets her and develops a slight crush on her. He was also the only one to treat her with respect. Mango is implied to feel the same way.

    Dyna Might
Click here  to see her as a teenager.
A speedy and brave superhero.
Made from: A Hero's Cape
Voiced by: Jessica Hilbrecht, Sarah Goddouyura (Welcome to LALA Prep School)

  • A Day in the Limelight:
    • The webisode “Up Up and Away” is about Dyna losing her goggles (and her powers along with the pair) and her going around Lalaloopsy Land looking for them.
    • “Dyna-mic Duo” is about Dyna trying to find her compatible sidekick.
  • Badass Normal: She doesn't possess any real superpowers, but she uses her strength, speed, and intelligence to save the day.
  • The Cameo: In The Stinger of Welcome to LALA Prep School, where she's revealed to be Mittens' roommate.
  • The Cape: Dyna is a classic superhero through and through. She's athletic, kind-hearted, loyal, and wears a cape.
  • Feud Episode: With Ember in "Out On A Limb", where the two argue over how to rescue their friends stuck in a tree.
  • Goggles Do Nothing: Her teenage self just wears her goggles on her head.
  • It Was with You All Along: A recurring theme with Dyna in the Nickelodeon series. In "Dyna-mic Duo", she looks for a sidekick when her pet Raccoon was right there the whole time. In "Wishful Thinking", she desperately tries to look for her present, but it was under the trampoline.
  • Kid Hero: A child superhero.
  • Odango Hair: Wears her hair like this. However, she wears pigtails as a teenager.
  • Paper Tiger: Dyna tries her best to be a great superhero and help her friends, but she's not very competent, and is prone to taking herself way too seriously or ignoring what's in front of her.
  • The Rival:
    • To Peanut, although it's one-sided on Dyna's side.
    • Also to Ember in "Out On A Limb", where they compete to see who can save their friends from the tree.
  • Shout-Out: She makes several references to DC Comics heroes.
    • Her doll poster has a phone booth, alluding to Clark Kent.
    • She makes plenty more references to Batman, however.
      • They both lack superpowers, but rely on their gadgets and athleticism to save the day.
      • Dynamic Duo is the common group name of Batman and Robin.
      • In "No Laughing Matter", in one scene, Dyna picks up her cape and drapes it around her arm in a similar fashion as would Alfred Pennyworth, Batman's butler.
      • Dyna treats Peanut like she's the Joker.
      • Dyna also treats Raccoon like Robin.
      • In "Out On a Limb" and "No Laughing Matter", she talks in a gravelly Batman voice.
  • Sidekick: Her pet raccoon, the Robin to her Batman.
  • Smooch of Victory: Gives one to Raccoon in "Wishful Thinking".
  • Superhero: The resident superhero of Lalaloopsy Land.
  • Superheroes Wear Capes: She wears a green cape that's pink on the inside.
  • Up, Up and Away!: She strikes this pose in her aptly titled webisode, "Up Up and Away".

     Pickles B.L.T.
A fast-talking, rollerskating waitress.
Made from: A Waitress' Uniform
Voiced by: Jessica Hilbrecht

  • A Day in the Limelight:
    • “Apple Pickle Pie” follows Pickles’ first attempt in making apple pie.
    • “Pickles Delivers” is about Pickles trying to complete numerous orders while dealing with an ankle sprain.
  • Affectionate Nickname: Her doll bio says that she calls everyone "sugar", which isn't seen in the animated series.
  • Fun with Acronyms: B.L.T is an acronym for 'Bacon Lettuce Tomato', a sandwich with strips of bacon, leaves of lettuce, and sliced tomatoes inside.
  • Greasy Spoon: Her whole aesthetic screams '50 waitress. She is associated with black and white checkers, rollerskates, serves delicious food, and supposedly calls everyone "sugar".
  • Informed Attribute: She does not call people "sugar", nor does she chew bubblegum.
  • Nice Girl: The friendliest waitress you ever did meet.
  • Orange/Blue Contrast: Has orange hair and a blue dress.
  • Rollerblade Good: She rollerskates to make her deliveries.
  • Supreme Chef: Her restaurant is very popular in Lalaloopsy Land.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Pickles, which she puts in everything.
  • True Blue Femininity: She wears a blue dress and blue bows in her hair.

    Sand E. Starfish
A shy mermaid who loves the sea.
Made from: A Mermaid's Hair Ribbon
Voiced by: Uncredited



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