The Tooth Palace is located somewhere high in the Himalayan mountains. This is where the Sisters of Flight lived before their disappeance. The Palace itself is build within the vast mountain, being hidden from the outside world.
The entire palace is formed from many towers hanging from the ceiling like stalactites, each one representing a different continent. Far beneath the towers there are reflecting pools and gardens from where the water has collected, providing places for meditation. These pools are filled with plants and have walls that are covered with murals depicting Toothiana's history.
When the children of the world cease to believe in the Tooth Fairy, the palace's interior slowly began to crumble away, indicating that all of the magical aspects of Punjam Hy Loo are derived from Toothiana herself.
When the Tooth Palace was known as Punjam Hy Loo, it was home to the Sisters of Flight, a race of beautiful women with fair wings. Punjam Hy Loo was also home to the Flying Elephants which the sisters protected.
One of the greatest inhabitants of Punjam Hy Loo was Rashmi, the greatest warrior of the Sisters of Flight. When a Sultan along with his helper Haroom came to slaughter the Flying Elephant, she was ready to fight, but when she witnessed Haroom, the servant of the Sultan, sacrifice himself to protect the sisters and the Elephant, she was deeply touched and revived him. Once the Sultan had been banished into the forests, Rashmi gave up her wings for Haroom and the two (and their daughter when she was born) went to live in a village in the forest.
The Sisters of Flight have long since vanished, but Punjam Hy Loo is far from empty. Toothiana now lives with in the palace. When she took upon herself to protect the memories of the children, she kept the teeth within puzzle-boxes within the palace. However, Tooth wanted to help all the children of the world and there was simply not enough time to outrun the coming dawn.
Role in the CrossoverEdit
Punjam Hy Loo contains the baby teeth of all of the big four. The Big four sometimes have to go to the Tooth Palace, find their individual Tooth boxes and retrieve their childhood memories. This can help motivate them when they need them most.