The narrative begins at Luna's birthday party. After her friends leave, she receives
a special gift from her mischievous aunt Zuzu—a mysterious box adorned with a petunia
and filled with unusual toy characters. The box is also inscribed with the phrase,
"Make the impossible possible today…feel your heart, touch your mind, and swirl
away!" When Luna speaks the words, she is magically transported to the world of
Amazia, where the toy characters from the box come to life
In the development of the show's characters, Jacques Méthé says a number
of Cirque artists were called on for creative input. "A bunch of them [were]
involved and have produced all sorts of elements that [went into their
development]", he said.
and accompany her on
The series follows the adventures of a bubbly, headstrong six-year-old
girl, Luna, who lives in the real world, but plays in a dreamland where she
learns to make the impossible possible. (Her name is derived from the petunia
on her headband.) With her adventurous spirit, Luna will try anything at least
once. She is a curious, optimistic girl who always encourages her friends to
see their own potential.
A Steampunk-esque accordion-limbed character appearing to resemble
Microcosmos and Nico from Kurios, fused with Rodrigue from Varekai (lightbulb
on the head, under his hat). Sammy is tall and helpful, and he
loves to be the center of attention. He's fluent in gibberish (Cirqueish),
likes to sing along to his own accordion music, and enjoys riddles and jokes.
Superficially resembling Clara from Kurios, she is vaguely absent minded,
and has a little bit of a muddled, confused personality. She can travel by
bubble, and they come pouring out her ears when she thinks (IF it suits the
plot...). She is timid and scared of heights and new things. She is very
knowledgeable about Amazia, but sometimes the facts come out muddled or just
The "preschooler" of the group, Karoo is a kangaroo/koala hybrid.
Originally he was supposed to have a kangaroo tail and springs for legs (and
be named Koalaroo), but presumably tweaks to the storyboards resulted in
Karoo with no tail, somewhat artificial-looking legs that do not seem to
match his body, an overall koala-like appearance, a kangaroo pouch, and
meltingly huge eyes. He speaks somewhat incomplete,
toddler-ese English in the third person ("Luna love Karoo? Karoo love Luna!").
He's tactile, kinetic, and bouncy - figuratively and literally ("It's bouncy-
bouncy-boing-boing-time!") He's super affectionate and loves to "huggle"