An Astromon born in the shape of a candle. The fire on its head stays lit even in water, and always retains a certain level of brightness, while the wax on its head sometimes melts down and gets in its eyes.
An evolved Candling, now able to move freely thanks to its new legs and arms, which int urn has caused it to become much more active in general. The flame it shoots from its arms is useful when chasing wild Astromons.
Lantras are known to sometimes become overconfident because of the vast leaps they're made in physical strength over their initial Candling forms. In addition to their greater mastery over fire, the wax on their head no longer melts and gets into their eyes.
A water Candling. The object atop its head is referred to as a "water blossom."
A naturally cheerful Astromon. It likes rainy days and enjoys splashing around in the water. It shoots water from both arms to attack.
Its strength in both mind and body make this Astromon an invaluable part of firefighter squads. In fact, it has been mandated by law that each fire department include at least one water Lantra, under Article 2 of the City and Village Planning Act.
Wood Candlings use wind to attack their enemies. They are surprisingly nimble in water, and can move quickly for as long as they exhale. Of course, they can only exhale for so long before needing to surface.
Wood Wickses take unusually good care of their appearance, and have a habit of using the wind from their arms to adjust their hair.
With greatly increased body mass and mental acuity, wood Lantras are a great addition to any party. They are also very proud of their mustaches.