|A Tchotchke unicorn (left) and cat (right) preparing for a mission with Sir Webinar (center).|
 Proposed Canon
 First Appearance
 Known Users
Royal Crown Coalition - probably Jetstone since tchotchkes are present in the attack on the Gobwin Knob tunnels, in which only Jetstone and Marbit forces were supposed to take part.Erf-b1-p097. A tchotchke was also used as a mount by Webinar on one occasion.Erf-b1-p025
 Real World Reference
A glass unicorn may be a reference to the play "The Glass Menagerie."
Tcotchke is a word in Yiddish (of Slavic origin) meaning "trinket" or "toy".
It is often used to specifically refer to cheap trinkets of no real use and having only minor aesthetic value. The glass animals commonly sold in gift shops meet this definition of Tcotchke.