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Moshi Monsters #14: Major, send us all into a spin

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Moshi monsters series 10: Major

Someone let the moshling creators at Moshi land loose with the teeth for day 14! Major seems to have taken rather a lot of them for his silly grin, particularly after the cute and under-stated Shmoops.

Major and their crew are the soppiest moshlings around though, despite all those teeth, and can be found spinning out of control in their rubber rings around Way-Outta-Sphere while nibbling on as much Space Dust as they can lay their hands on. They aren’t the brightest moshlings on the block, and when you see them around Monstro City, you might catch them saying “Roger that” which seem to be Major’s favourite thing to say. Slight annoying really.

They also seem to be keen to claim their heads as “their own” by sticking a cocktail stick flag into them; it is one giant leap for Major and Moshikand after all…

Likes: Crazy golf and slow motion characters

Dislikes: Vacuum packed oobla dooble and pesky gravity

The appearance of these UFO-ish moshlings mean that we only have a few days to do until the countdown is OVER and we are giving away a complete set of series 10 moshlings. Visit us and subscribe so you don’t miss out.

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Moshi monsters series 10: Major

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