A floral breed of Ogyo with a green, pea pod-like body and a large stamen growing from its head. The flowers that grow on either side of its head sprout large leaves.
Although it is listed as being related to Plant, the Galberra seems more like to be, leaving this monster to be related to Plante. It was originally designed as the Odyu and was more fern-like (probably because it was intended to be related to Zuum) but because it only appeared this way in Monster Rancher 3, a game that did not allow Combining, its intended lineage is impossible to determine. Odyu live in the forest area known as Morx.
Its original name
Its later name may either be a reference to the Plana Cays, two small islands in the southern Bahamas (since it is a tropical monster) or a combination of the words plant and fauna (since it is an animal with plant-like characteristics).
|Monster Rancher 3||Odyu (Morx)||"This calm character loves to lay in the green grass and breathe deeply. It might not do well in a place too cold or too hot."|
|Monster Rancher 4||Plauna||"The Plauna, with its cute flower decoration, is from a southern country. Its sunny mood gladdens everyone around it."|
|Monster Farm DS||Plauna|
|Monster Rancher DS||Plauna||"The Plauna is so cute with its decorative flowers. It was born in the tropics and tends to cheer others up, but hates cold weather and slows down in winter."|
|My Monster Rancher||Plauna||"This monster is identifiable by its dark green body. Its beauty makes it popular with girls, and it is said that any water which Plauna swims in is tasty."|
- To obtain an Odyu in Monster Rancher 3, use
- To obtain a Plauna in Monster Rancher 4, use
- To obtain a Plauna in Monster Farm DS, combine an Ogyo (main) and a Plant (sub).
- To obtain a Plauna in Monster Rancher DS, use
- To obtain a Plauna in My Monster Rancher, use