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    Mari Golden Petals 
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A preppy party planner.
Made from: A Marigold Flower
Voiced by: Bella Orman

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    Cherry Crisp Crust 
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A warm-hearted, comforting pie maker.
Made from: A Cherry Pie
Voiced by: Emily Schneider

    Candle Slice O' Cake 
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A birthday party enthusiast who's full of surprises.
Made from: A Piece of Birthday Cake
Voiced by: Angellique Marion Berry

  • A Day in the Limelight: Her debut episode “Wishful Thinking” focuses on Candle trying to guess Dot’s birthday wish.
  • Four Legs Good, Two Legs Better: Her pet pug has four legs, but is bipedal.
  • Happy Birthday to You!: Her song goes: "Happy happy, birthday happy, make a wish, and make it snappy!"
  • The Rival: With Sugar Fruit Drops in Festival of Sugary Sweets, but they make amends in the end.
  • Vague Age: A variant where she doesn't have an exact birthday, she celebrates it every day. According to her toy description, she shares her birthday with you!

    Star Magic Spells 
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A wise spell caster.
Made from: A Wizard's Hat
Voiced by: Lily Azevedo

  • Butt-Monkey: Her pet dragon. According to the toy description, Star likes to turn her into a frog and the dragon doesn't look too pleased when assisting Misty for the "special trick" she performs at the end of "Misty's Magic Hero".
  • Fake Wizardry: Averted, since she's shown to cast actual magic. But the tricks she writes about are most likely fake (since they're all Misty's), and the "special trick" she teaches the magician is really a levitating ball stunt involving her pet dragon.
  • Full-Name Basis: All the characters refer to her by her full name. Considering she’s a famed wizard, it’s most likely out of respect.
  • Instant Awesome: Just Add Dragons!: Has a pet pink dragon, who's basically the Distaff Counterpart to Sir's own.
  • Magicians Are Wizards: She's clearly a wizard, and is Misty's role model.
  • The Mentor: Even before they met physically she was this to Misty, since all of her tricks were learned from her books.
  • One-Shot Character: Her only appearance is in "Misty's Magic Hero".
  • Riddle Me This: Fond of this.
  • Solitary Sorceress: Lives in the woods and the only way to reach her is through a riddle.

    Squiggles N' Shapes 
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A girl sculpted from clay.
Made from: A Piece of Clay
Voiced by: Laura Gervais

  • Foil: Compared to Trace E. (another character Spot made to life), Squiggles is more insecure about herself.
  • One-Shot Character: Only physically appears in "Spot's New Masterpiece".

    Trace E. Doodles 
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A living chalk drawing.
Made from: A Chalkboard Drawing
Voiced by: Rachael Quon

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    Storm E. Sky 
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A guitarist with a bit of a stormy temper.
Made from: Whisps of a Rain Cloud
Voiced by: Olivia Charles (Welcome To LALA Prep School), Mariee Devereux (We're Lalaloopsy)
Singing by: Paige Morgan

  • Adaptational Dye Job: In Lalaloopsy Girls, her hair was more of a darker color, also leaning toward indigo. In We're Lalaloopsy, it's much more brighter and pinkish.
  • Adaptational Nice Guy: Is noticeably much less cold in We're Lalaloopsy.
  • Canon Immigrant: Storm E. debuted in the Lalaloopsy Girls spin-off, and was then promoted to one of the main characters in the 2017 reboot.
  • Characterization Marches On: In her introduction, Storm E. is extremely gloomy and is only seen playing her guitar once. But she's more outgoing and more passionate about music in the Netflix series.
  • Composite Character: Her 2017 incarnation seems to take both her original look and style and mixes it with the upbeat attitude, hairstyle, and pinkness of Cloud E. She even gets a poodle along with her cat!
  • Deadpan Snarker: Has quite a lot of these moments.
  • Fatal Flaw: Typically in High School A.U. stories, Storm E.’s stubbornness and rebellious nature is portrayed to be a good thing as she clashes with Jewel (who at the surface fulfills the Alpha Bitch antagonist archetype). But it’s also shown to be a terrible vice when she unintentionally hurts Cloud E., the person who cared for Storm E. the most, by refusing to accept her as her own sister.
  • Fire-Forged Friends: With Jewel in both Lalaloopsy Girls and the Netflix series. They were constantly fighting with one another and couldn't stand each other at first. However, they got on better terms in both series.
  • For the Funnyz: She feuds with Jewel in “Welcome to LALA Prep School” because she wanted to mock her shoes.
  • Not Evil, Just Misunderstood: In "Welcome to LALA Prep", Storm E. rubbed off as rude to Jewel upon first meeting, and was extremely distant towards Cloud E initially. In reality, Storm E. has a temper and may come off as strong to others.
  • Perky Goth: In the Netflix series. She was more of the gloomier type in Welcome to L.A.L.A Prep School.
  • Personal Raincloud: For one point in "Welcome to LALA Prep School", she carries a rain cloud from Cloud Sculpting Class. She puts it over her head upon hearing The Reveal she and Cloud E. are sisters.
  • Ship Tease: Has moments with Forest in the Netflix series.
  • The Un-Smile: When she smiles at the end of “Welcome to LALA Prep”, Jewel remarks how weird that was. Even Storm E. herself agrees.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: The Tomboy to Jewel and Cloud E.'s Girly Girl.

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