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Dot is a limited edition Funkey introduced with the Dream States expansion, available exclusively at San Diego Comic Con 2008. The Dot tribe is native to Funkeystown.




In-Game Description

It is said that each Dot has the ability to grant a Funkey a single wish. The gift of giving is so deeply embedded in Dot, it is the single source of their happiness. But a Dot can use this power to grant a Funkey's wildest wish only once in their entire lifetime. As soon as the Dot has granted this wish, they are filled with such joy, they fly away with the wind, never to be seen again.

This puts the Dot into a strange, somewhat ironic position in life. The closer they become to a Funkey, the better friends they are, the more they want to grant them a wish. But as soon as they do, their friendship ends and they fly away. To a non-Dot, this seems quite sad.

Because their gift is always in demand, the Dot are very shy in public, preferring not to call any attention to themselves. Dots tend to be quiet and reserved, but don't mistake quiet for sad. The Dot have an almost zen-like happiness that few other beings ever achieve. True embodiments of the phrase "It is better to give than to receive."

No matter how quiet they are in public though, when they play their favorite game, Dot Shot, an entire other side of the Dot comes out. The Dot's reserved manner gives way to a fierce sense of competition, and their typically silent gesturing is replaced by loud, raucous behavior, proving once and for all that it is possible for some Funkeys to change their spots.

It's really amazing to find a Dot, and if you do, you should consider yourself quite lucky!

Data Values

These values can be inputted into CheatEngine to access the Funkey without it figure.

  • Normal (Red) - 252
  • Rare (Yellow) - 253
  • Very Rare (Green) - 257


  • Dot was only available in a limited run of 2000 figures at the 2008 San Diego Comic Con. As such, only her Common variant is available.
  • Dot's story seems to be a shout-out to how hard it is to find her figure.