Oregano is the site of the first ever Creaturapolis contest. Perfect for warm weather sports, the village is surrounded by grassy fields and bordered to the south by Emerald Bay. Cold weather sports are held on Mount Pepper, a tall mountain rising up from the valley into the highest clouds, surrounded by chilly waters. The host village is home to brown bears, owls, otters, lynxes, squirrels, and pine martens.
Niveous Isle is a frosty Antarctic island where various seals, penguins, whales, birds, and fish live. Led by fur seal Pinnipea and penguin Taylor, the Niveous Isle Nimble Squad boasts an agile ice and water-loving team including a sailfish, stranded from the warmer waters of his home.
Couloir Canyon is parched and brown, sizzling hot during the day and slightly cooler in the evening, with tall mountains outlined by deep canyons. The environment’s severe conditions produce the never-tiring and fleet-footed Couloir Critters team of coyotes, bobcats, fire ants, eagles, ravens, snakes, mice, and scorpions, captained by golden eagle Soarus.
Svalbard is snow-covered most of the year, creating a landscape barren of trees and most plants. Home to polar bears, foxes, reindeer, seals, and birds, Svalbard fields a strong and talented team, the Screaks, led by polar bear Olav and Arctic fox Aspen.
The Kokachuu Rainforest is one of the most beautiful places in the world. Exotic animal and floral plant life flourishes here in humid conditions underneath a canopy of towering evergreen trees. Formed by scarlet macaw Plucky, the Jungle Jocks team consists of athletic and menacing creatures including jaguars, gorillas, chimps, ocelots, birds, frogs, snakes, and a giant tarantula.
Carmelonia is full of sunshine, tall swaying grasses, a low growing tree line, and warm weather year-round. Here, the diverse creatures develop speed, size, and strength. Inspired by lion Lumino and organized by small guide ant Barbarant, the Carmelonia Crowns team contains an interesting mix of cheetahs, lions, wildebeests, giraffes, gazelles, ants, ostriches, elephants, and hippos.