Lluna has white fur and wears a purple and blue scarf. In Jailhouse Block, she wears a dark purple scarf and a hat. Lluna may also have a chest equipped later in the episode if Jesse decides to let Nurm stay as a replacement for Xara.
Lluna is a disobedient, spirited llama, as shown when she tried to escape from Champion City several times due to Stella's abuse. Lluna is a smart llama, as shown in "Jailhouse Block" when she tries to find a way to kill hostile mobs (determinant), and she seems to be able to understand speech, as shown in "Hero in Residence" when she frowns at Petra's comments on her as well as Jesse making a joke in Champion City (determinant).
Lluna is notably obsessed with treasure, as she is known as a "treasure-sniffing llama" and led to Jesse finding the Prismarine Gauntlet. She tried to bite Jesse's Prismarine Gauntlet twice in "Giant Consequences," the amulet once, and even Fred's compass once in "Below the Bedrock." She also sniffed out the buried "Golden Apple" armor in "Below the Bedrock" (determinant).
When first shown, Lluna was defiant to Jesse as she kicked him/her, spat on him/her, and attempted to run away. However, Lluna did not want to leave Jesse and his gang when she was being brought away by Rodrigo in Champion City and Stella in the Admin's Palace.
In "Giant Consequences," Jesse can call Lluna goofy, cute, or say that he/she is not a fan of her. Nonetheless, she will also feel sad if Jesse decides to make her stay in Xara's prison cell (determinant). If Jesse took Lluna with him/her, Lluna's relationship with Jesse drastically improves, as she is shown to care for Jesse and wants to stick with him/her. Jesse can eventually call Lluna his/her pet in "Below the Bedrock".
In "Above and Beyond," Lluna can officially become Jesse's pet if they have a positive relationship. If they have a negative relationship or if Jesse simply does not take her as his pet however, she will stay with Stella.
Lluna sees Petra similarly to Jesse, as she kicked her and felt sad when being brought away by Rodrigo in Champion City and Stella in Romeo's Palace.
Stella is the former/current (determinant) owner of Lluna; however, Lluna does not like Stella at the beginning because of her treatment, as she had been trying to escape from her. She is seemingly not comfortable with Stella's orders, being brought away by Rodrigo, being hit, and being pulled by Stella. In "Above and Beyond," however, when Stella joins Jesse's Gang, she does change her behavior towards Lluna for the better, even asking Jesse if they would like to take of her. When Jesse decides for Lluna to stay with Stella, it makes their relationship better (determinant).
Although never showing gratitude back to Nurm determinately staying in Xara's cell, Nurm does show to care for Lluna as much as his other friends, evident by him volunteering to stay in Xara's cell and when finding a carpet for Lluna as a gift for when they see each other again (if Lluna is left behind). Lluna, however, does not seem to mind staying behind and leaving Nurm worried about her. When Lluna comes back, Nurm gives her a hug.
Though not interacting too much, Lukas and Lluna seem to not mind each other's company, with Lukas calling her a "smart llama."
Same with Lukas, Jack and Lluna do not seem to mind each other's company. When Stella was making Lluna try to find the Clock, Jack tried to defend Lluna. However, if Jesse chose to leave Nurm behind in Xara's cell, Jack grows hostile toward Lluna and often blames her, but Lluna does not seem to care. Eventually, they start to appreciate each other.
- Hostile Mobs (Determinant)
- "Hero in Residence"
- "Giant Consequences"
- "Jailhouse Block"
- "Below the Bedrock" (Determinant)
- "Above and Beyond"
- Lluna's name was revealed early in a Twitch stream of E3 2017.
- Lluna does not appear to take fall damage when she falls from a large height, such as in Romeo's Icy Palace of Despair.
- Lluna is a mob in age, as she is confirmed to be a "teenage" llama. 
- This is similar to Reuben, who was also confirmed to be a "teenage" pig.
- It was confirmed by Eric Stirpe that both Lluna and Stella's names are a reference to the book "Stellaluna".
- ↑ http://stirpicus.tumblr.com/post/165762863991/is-lluna-meant-to-be-a-young-llama-the-reason-i
- ↑ http://stirpicus.tumblr.com/post/166232513626/stella-and-lluna-stellalluna-stellaluna-is