Storybook planets are special planets in the Spore Galaxy noteworthy due to terrain modeled in the shape of various commonplace items. Storybook planets are spawned randomly throughout the player's galaxy. No single set of coordinates can be used to find storybook planets because they are randomly generated as the player explores. It is possible to find more than one copy of any given storybook planet, and a storybook planet may also be inhabited by another empire.

Storybook planets do not display beige "rare" signals in solar system view. The player must enter the atmosphere of a planet in order to receive the Wonderland Wanderer badge. The player will receive a message as soon as they are planet side. These planets typically have T3 scores, although they can sometimes be of T2, T1, or even T0 score.

Discovering a new type of storybook planet will reward the player with its message. However, story planets of a type found previously will not give any message.

Some types of storybook planets have another appearance which often mismatches its description. There is no evidence to prove whether they are glitched or a hidden type, but they are undoubtedly true storybook planets.

Crab LegsEdit

Crab Legs

A Crab formation on the Crab Legs planet


Crab Legs planet GIF

"Looks like crab, tastes like crab, must be crab."


Craters storybook planet

Craters on Craters planet

"Holes are small. Craters are large."

Dill PicklesEdit

Dill Pickles

Dill Pickle monolith on Dill Pickles planet

"A pickle not dilled is just a cucumber."

Gears n CogsEdit

Gears storybook planet icon

Collector's Icon

Gears storybook planet

Cogs n Gears on Gears n Cogs

"Is this where the Antikythera device originated?"


Marshmallows storybook icon

Collector's Icon

Marshmallows storybook plan


"What kind of mind could create such a planet? I bet they make good cupcakes."


Pastry storybook planet ico

Collector's Icon

Pastry storybook planet

Croissant lakes on Pastry

"Is this where the Egyptians learned to make pastries?"



Pineapple planet

"It's always a good idea to peel the pineapple before biting into it."


"This planet really sticks to you."


Tentacles planet type one


Tentacle-shaped rocks on type one

Tentacles type2

Tentacles planet type two

Tantacles 2nd smoke

A tentacle of type two is made of smoke


Rattlesnake storybook icon

Collector's Icon

Rattlesnake storybook plan

Snake rings on Rattlesnake


Rattlesnake Planet gif

"They say rattlesnake tastes like chicken, but that chicken doesn't taste like rattlesnake."

Rock StackEdit

Rock Stack

Rock Stack

"Rocks stack, rocks fall, only rocks."

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