The world of Jellybean Dragons: Lentilia

While Jellybean Dragons are not magical creatures, the land of Lentilia is rich with magic and supernatural beings that are waiting to be discovered!
Lentilia is only a small fraction of the world beans inhabit, and brave dragons are more than welcome to explore outside of it — but be warned: The Queen has no control over what lies outside her kingdom!


  • ★ Haricot
    The kingdom where many domestic beans live under the rule of the Queen and the capital of Lentilia. It is located in a temperate area, surrounded by forests, pools, rivers, and grasslands; with beaches, cliffs, and mountains not too far from it in either direction.

  • Lima Lake
    The large lake near the kingdom of Haricot, separating the grasslands from the dry desert sands. The local inhabitants of Haricot enjoy making up stories claiming that beasts live in this body of water. Some others just enjoy taking a boat out on the water, going for a swim, or fishing here.

  • Mojette plains
    Beans of the beansprout subtype enjoy the climate in this grassland area. There is a large stretch of land where the tips of treetops can barely be seen over the horizon!

  • Pea pond
    This body of water lies near the edge of the plains. It is called a pond but it is the size of a lake, and has no trees surrounding it. It is weirdly spherical...

  • Legume lagoon
    A favourite area for aquafaba beans. Water warmed by Anasazii tends to filter through the Adzuki isles and provides a basking area enjoyed by many. The trees nearby provide enough shade to make an environment suited for almost any bean. Some forested islands surrounding the lagoon are shared by beansprouts, clovers, refried beans, and aquafabas alike.

  • Chickpea cove
    A mysterious island off the south coast of Lentilia grows some trees of odd pink colors, and has an extensive flower field growing from light soil. The cove is fed by a cool shimmering waterfall. It is another favorite area for aquafaba beans. The sand and soil here seems to shimmer, and sparkle in the light of the moon and sun alike. Fluffy pink clouds tend to gather around the highest point of the isle where the trees are dense.

  • Soy sands
    These sands are light, and some say you can eat the grains if cooked properly. There is an oasis in the centre of this area, but some beans report that they could not locate it, or that it seems to have moved from one spot to another. Those that have visited the soy oasis claim that the water is... refreshingly flavourful, whatever that means.

  • Faba beach
    These sands are darker and can be scorching, only to be tolerated by refried beans for the most part. There is not much to see here but sand. The water off the coast is perfectly warm.

  • Adzuki isles
    The islands breaking off of the main Anasazii. Some say that the rumbling from the old volcanoes erupting caused this fragmentation.

  • Anasazii
    Home to apparently inactive volcanoes, and is said to have arisen from volcanic activity itself. The closer you get to the lava pool, the warmer the ground gets. The crack in the middle of the land has not grown in centuries, but jets of boiling hot water has been seen to geyser out of the open areas, so most refried beans even steer clear of the middle of the island (or as they call it, Anasazii's Belly.)

  • Black-eye cave
    Most beans steer clear of this area - even the most daring of aquafabas! If the name alone wasn't enough, the peculiar spiked projections poking out of the water off the shore keeps most beans at bay.

  • Cannellini cave
    This cave is across the island from Black-eye cave, and many young beans have ventured inside. It has a welcoming appearance, with glistening water falling on either side. However, many have discovered that once they enter the cavern, it branches off into numerous tunnels and systems... most beans turn back at this point for fear of getting lost in the dark, hidden underground!

  • Loop of Henle
    A river that originates from Fayot falls and loops around the mountains to fall around the Cannellini cave. It is widely understood that this water is the cleanest in all of Lentilia due to the natural filtration it undergoes on its way down from the mountains. A branch of this river flows down past the kingdom of Haricot and into the lagoon.

  • Flageolet forest
    This large forest has a river (Fayot river) flowing through it. It is home to many clover beans. The centre can be quite dark...

  • Fayot falls
    These falls nourish all of the rivers flowing down the island of Lentilia. One pool sits at the top of them and is accessible via a slightly perilous ridge. It is a good source of water for cold brew beans who do not wish to travel all the way down the mountains.

  • Pinto pines
    This freezing forest is at the base of the Pinto peaks. Some hardy clovers may be found here, but it is very dangerous to pass the Pinto river as it is rushing and very wide. Any cold brews who do not prefer life in the mountains may be found in cabins or settlements here.|

  • Pinto peaks
    The coldest mountains, home to many cold brew beans. They have decent snow cover and lead steadily down into a pine forest.

  • Mount Mung
    The tallest single peak in Lentilia, it is steep and not many beans (even cold brews) attempt to climb the exterior. Some say there is one underground tunnel extension that reaches the base of the mountain.

  • Great Northern pools
    These pools are often frozen over some or all of the way. One must be cautious around the edges of the pools due to the icy cliffs.

  • Garbanzo glaciers
    By far the coldest area of Lentilia. Even some cold brews find the cold winds and lack of shelter here unbearable. One will find the fluffiest creatures here, and most are huddled in to the center where there is a small pine forest. The glaciers have been breaking apart at a faster rate, threatening the way of life of Garbanzo inhabitants.

Subtypes and their Environment

  • Domestic
    These beans can inhabit any and all terrain. They can come in a variety of shapes and sizes, with any combination of traits.
  • Aquafaba (Blue) 
    These beans inhabit aquatic terrain and those adjacent, including oceans, lagoons, beaches, coves, even lakes and riverbeds. They are strong, sleek and smooth in appearance.
  • Beansprout (Light Green) 
    These beans inhabit grasslands and fields where there is not much forest cover. They are tall and lanky in appearance.
  • Clover (Dark Green) 
    These beans inhabit deciduous forest environments. They are bulky and have long limbs for climbing.
  • Refried Beans (Orange)
    These beans inhabit dry, arid climates such as deserts, beaches, and volcanic isles. They are small and skinny, and have short fur with larger ears.
  • Cold Brew (White) 
    These beans inhabit cold terrain such as tundra or mountains. They are large and have a thick fur covering, as well as smaller ears and a layer of fat to keep warm.