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The Moshi Monsters Moshling Wurley Talking Plush is a 10-inch (25cm) plush that really talks. Squeeze Wurley’s tummy to hear his Moshling sounds.
Wurley has a daring, noisy, naïve personality. He is the first Moshling from the Techies Set and is very rare. He is a special moshling as he is part of a Super Moshi Missions 2 and 3, only available to Moshi members. Wurley likes windsocks dipped in oil (yummy) and cloudless skies and dislikes loose bolts and rain (it rusts the rivers in their tin flying jackets).
Wurley is a Tiddlycopter whose job is to carry Rox. Thanks to their motory-rotory headgear, these tin-skinned flying Moshlings are always in demand, especially when they are transporting Rox and other precious thingies across the world of Moshi. As they wokka-wokka through the clouds, Tiddlycopters love humming classical music and performing loop-the-loops. But don’t mention Dr. Strangeglove – he tricked an entire squadron of Tiddlies into powering his diabolical Glumping machine with their spinning tailfins.
Welcome to Moshi Monsters; a virtual world of monstrous proportions where you can adopt your own pet monster. Monstro City provides an exciting platform for users to make friends, explore the world, solve puzzles and of course look after your new pet.
Moshlings are little creatures that live in the wilds of the Moshi Monsters world. Players can capture them by planting seeds in their garden. If they get the correct combination of seeds to bloom a Moshling will be attracted to their garden.
The Moshi Monsters Moshling Wurley Talking Plush requires 3 x LR44 batteries, included. It is recommended for ages 4 years and over. (Please note: Due to small parts, this product is unsuitable for children under 3 years.)
I bought this for my sons 5th birthday, and he says it was his favourite present. The figure is well made, and nice and soft for cuddling. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Mrs M Thompson
I brought it as a birthday present and she loved it she showed it to all her friends and then they all brought one. Read morePublished on 5 April 2013 by Blake.Williams