There are six different types of monsters that you can adopt in Moshi Monsters.
They are listed below, ranked by popularity.
Katsumas are rabbit-like creatures with personalities similar to that of a cat. They are probably the most commonly adopted creatures playable on the game. They speak Katsumanese with a “squishy” voice which varies in pitch depending on their mood. Like all monsters, Katsumas love leveling up.
Katsumas are adopted by both male and female players.
Katsumas are very friendly creatures. They enjoy having their room decorated. Over all, Katsumas are very soft and gentle monsters. However, they are quite rough if they are annoyed or abandoned. When warning users that they’re getting angry, they “scratch at the screen”.
If you annoy one too much, they wrap their ears around their eyes and jump around the place in a temper tantrum mode. Katsumas are very wise and thoughtful monsters. They always think before rushing off to places and they are fairly extroverted. They love Asian martial arts and when they level up, Eurodance music plays. When Katsumas sleep, they lie on the floor like a cat and cling onto one ear.Sometimes if you’re lucky, when your Katsuma is bored you’ll see it take out it’s paw and you’ll see that it has claws. But, you can only see the claws for a few seconds.
A Poppet is a type of monster found on the Moshi Monsters website. One of the most common choices amongst users, Poppets are mostly popular with girls due to their adorable look and personality. Although, some sensitive boys also choose Poppets. Their language is called Poppetanium. Like Luvlis, Poppets are almost exclusively females due to their timid personalities and cute appearances.
Poppets are chinchilla-like monsters who have mid-length ears, a curled up tail and a pair of rubber boots. All Poppets are sweet and friendly, but are bashful and shy too. They are known for dancing but prefer to do it in private. Their timid, quiet way is a big difference from the other monsters, which are more confident than the Poppet. Poppets are rather emotional. Being shy is one of their many overall traits.
Poppets are very loyal and playful. They are very bashful. Despite being sweet-natured, timid monsters, Poppets are in no way pushovers. They can get firm if you abandon or annoy them and when they’re in temper-tantrum mode, they scream very loudly. When a Poppet levels up, funky music plays. They put their paws on their belly when hungry or sick. Poppets can be very emotional. They cry if you get answers incorrect on the Daily Challenge.Poppets are mostly Chosen by Girls Because Poppets are Girls. Poppets like to sing pop.
Diavlos are one of the monsters adoptable on Moshi Monsters. Diavlos are mostly adopted by boys due to their devilish personalities. However, like Poppets, their appearances are cute, making them popular with girls as well. Their Diavlian accents are generally high and croaky.
Diavlos are demon-like monsters. They have bat wings which able them to fly, and short legs. They have a set of horns and a tail with a spike at the end. On their head is a crater-like hole. They also wear a pair of masculine sneakers without fastening. Diavlos are mischievous, lively, extroverted monsters who are very friendly. When treated well, Diavlos are carefree, jolly monsters.
When treated badly, they get very brash, sly and angry. When Diavlos get angry, they land on the ground, puff up their cheeks and roar with a vibration effect. While they roar, lava shoots out of the crater-like hole on their heads like a volcano. Like Furis, they are known for being ticklish. When a Diavlo levels up, disco music plays. When Diavlos get upset or tired, it is noticeable that the lava in their head goes dark. Diavlos are the strongest of the monsters in terms of health, so it is okay to leave one for a couple of days.
Luvlis are one of the six playable species of monsters on Moshi Monsters. All Luvlis speak Luvling. Luvlis also look like cherries and like Poppets, are almost exclusively females due to their feminime appearances and voices. Girls are most likely to pick a Luvli. Luvlis are the fourth most popular monster in the game.
As girly girls, Luvlis look and act like diva queens. They are also interested in fashion and looking beautiful. They have cherry like bodies, small shoes and angelic wings which enable them to fly. Luvlis can be very fussy and snobby if treated badly. Luvlis can also be very bossy, so you have to let them take charge every now and then. They all have a magical star-tipped stem which isn’t used as a wand, but used to “slap the screen” if annoyed.
When in temper-tantrum, they snarl and “charge up to the screen” like an angry bull. Luvlis need to have lots of attention otherwise they go stroppy. When a Luvli levels up, bossa nova music plays. Luvlis enjoy shopping with their owners more than any other monster. They like to have expensive, glamorous items in their room.
- They are one of the two monsters in Moshi Monsters who have the ability to fly. The other one is Diavlo.
- Luvlis are the only species of monster who don’t wear a utility belt when in Super Moshi uniform. Instead, they carry a blue handbag. This is because Luvlis like to look feminime.
- Luvlis are the only species of monster who do not dance with their feet on the ground. Instead, they dance while they’re still in the air. This is probably because they fear that they’ll dirty their shoes.
Furis are friendly and like a cuddle. They always look a bit depressed, but that’s just natural! They are lively and fun creatures, perfect for both girls and boys. When a Furi is angry, it’s best to leave it alone to let off some steam. But, we all get like that sometimes!
Furis are very popular in Moshi Monsters, as they are easy to colour and fun and amusing to play with!
Furis can be quite lovely to care for, and always have smiles on their faces when they are wandering in the streets in all sorts of colours!
You’d never want a moody Furi in your house, as it will want to spend your rox. Furis can give trouble if they get bored with anything from the food they eat, to the style of the house. They growl and moan at you until you change.
What Are Furis?
Furis are colourful and hairy monsters, with big cupped hands to pick heavy items up and to shake hands with friends when they meet them. When they eat their favourite foods, they go ‘nom nom’. Furis like showing off their styles with different clothes, but although sometimes you may think Furis are for boys, girls adopt them aswell.
- They are very messy eaters.
- They always look depressed, but really they’re nearly always happy!
- Furis are the easiest monster to dress up, because they fit all clothes easily.
- Furis have more fur than body.
- Furis need change often to keep them occupied.
Zommers are one of the six types of monster you can choose to adopt. They are fluent in speaking Zommeranian and they are the least commonly adopted monster, probably because of their ghoulish appearances. When Zommers are adopted, they are mostly chosen by boys. Zommers are almost exclusively males.
Zommers are zombie-like creatures. They have spiky hair, stitched up limbs and missing left eyes. Despite their appearances, Zommers are very warm-hearted, friendly monsters. It is important to feed a Zommer everyday in order for it to stay healthy, as they are the weakest monsters in terms of health. If abandoned or annoyed, Zommers can be disobedient and crabby. When they’re in temper-tantrum mode, they pull their hair. When Zommers are happy, they usually “rock out” and play on an air guitar. When a Zommer levels up, rock music plays. Zommers are probably left-handed because they only wave and give the horns with the left hand.
The most popular monster is the Katsuma. Followed by Poppet, then Diavlo, Luvli, Furi and finally Zommer.