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Collecting Moshlings is a key part to Moshi Monsters and can be infuriatingly difficult at times. You’ll find help and advice in this section to make your experience collecting Moshlings as painless as possible.

If you’re looking for a handy guide to the flower combinations you need to attract Moshlings to your Moshling Garden, check out our list of flower combinations

For everything you need to know about collecting moshlings take a look at our complete how to get moshlings guide

How to get Betty Moshling

UPDATE The seed combination you need to plant to get Betty was released today. (5th September) You’ll need to plant the following seeds:

  • Star Blossom (Black)
  • Love Berries (Any)
  • Hot Silly Peppers (Any)

Some history…

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How to get Boomer Moshling

Boomer Moshling

Boomer is an uncommon Moshling, and one of the Noisies set.

Boomer first appeared at the beginning of August 2012. (along with Pip and Furnando)

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How to get Leo

Leo Moshling

Update: There was new code you can use to get the Frozen Forget-Me-Not. The code you need is: CHILLYLEONOTE: THIS SEEMS TO HAVE EXPIRED

Leo appeared at around the same time as Shelly, Hiphop and Oompah and triggered lots of discussion and speculation about how to get him. Was Leo going to be the next moshling to get by completing the final Super-Moshi mission of season two?

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Moshling Eggs

Moshling Eggs are a new feature to arrive in Monstro City and provide an alternative way for Moshi Members to get moshlings. They are brand new, so we don’t know everything about them yet.

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How to get Shambles moshling

If you’re a Moshi Monsters member you’ll notice that there’s a new slot in your Moshling Zoo under the Mythies set for a new moshling called Shambles. Unfortunately Shambles is yet another moshling that you’ll need to purchase Moshi merchandise to get…

Get Shambles with Moshi Mash-Ups!

There’s a new range of Moshi Mash-Up trading cards from Topps. This new edition is called “Code Breakers” and there’s a special Shambles code card hidden inside “lucky packets!”

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