Big Bad Bill the Woolly Blue Hoodoo is an Ultra Rare Moshling in the Spookies set in Moshi Monsters. They often make potions and hexes. Big Bad Bill carries their mystical staff all the time because they are easily scared without it.


Woolly Blue Hoodoos are wise old Moshlings who know all about lotions, potions and hexes. If you've a pain in the rear or a bug in your ear, these helpful furballs will cure it before you can say 'umb-wana-thunk'. Maybe even faster. Without their mystical Staffs of Power, Woolly Blue Hoodoos are scaredy cats - and that's why they carry them everywhere.

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Woolly Blue Hoodoos are wise, old Moshlings who know everything about lotions, potions, hexes and spells. If you've got a pain in the rear, or a bug in your ear, these helpful furballs will cure it before you can say 'umba-wanga-thlunk'. Maybe even faster. I once got bitten by a ten metre skeeter during a trip to the Barmy Swami Jungle. A Hoodoo saved my life by kissing it better (the skeeter, not my bite). Never seen without their mystical Staffs of Power, Woolly Blue Hoodoos are really scared of teaspoons. Maybe they don't like their own medicine.

Naturally Nomadic, Woolly Blue Hoodoos wander vast areas in search of enlightenment and bald peaches. Rumour has it they come from a lost tribe found deep down in the Gombala Gombala Jungle.
Wise, mystical, generous.
Deep massage and deep fried Oobla Doobla.
Clowns and itchy eyeballs / Clowns and certain types of cutlery

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Woolly Blue Hoodoos like Big Bad Bill are ancient mystical creatures. These wise old furballs wander the wilderness looking for ingredients for their potions and monstrous new ideas. Although they are rarely spotted, you might just be able to tempt one out of the vegetation with a deep fried Oobla Doobla!
"Go do the Hoodoo!"
Woolly Blue Hoodoos rock! These hairy dudes have their own hit record - and Big Bad Bill has a starring role in the cool music video.
Mystical monsters
Thorn in the paw, pain in the jaw? Hoodoos know everything there is to know about lotions, potions, hexes and spells. They can cure all monstrous ailments with a bit of old flip-flop, a creepy crawly and some mysterious chants.
Data file
Moshling type: Spookies
Species: Woolly Blue Hoodoo
Habitat: Gombola Gombola Jungle (according to legend)
Spookie chums: Ecto, Kissy, Squidge

  • A Hoodoo is never seen without a mystical Staff of Power.
  • Bill's paint, which bedecks the underneath of his eyes, is actually yellow tribal paint
  • The long hair of his can cause excessive itching, but a massage can provide relief.


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Woolly Blue Hoodoos are wise, old Moshlings who know everything about lotions, potions, hexes and spells. If you've got a pain in the rear or a bug in your ear, these helpful furballs will cure it before you can say 'umba-wanga-thlunk'. Maybe even faster. Never seen without their mystical Staffs of Power, Woolly Blue Hoodoos are not as brave as most of their patients - they're scared of teaspoons! Big Bad Bill's travels took him from the sweltering Gombala Gombala Jungle to the Moshi Monsters' first album Music Rox! He and the Woolly Blue Hoodoos breakthrough track was 'Go Do The Hoodoo'.

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Woolly Blue Hoodoos are rarely seen without their mystical Staves of power. Maybe the power is healing, because these wise old Moshlings know everything there is to know about lotions, potions, hexes and spells.
Woolly Blue Hoodoos are nomadic and wander vast areas in search of enlightenment and Oobla Doobla. It's said that they come from a lost tribe found deep in the Gombala Gombala Jungle. Just don't go near them with a teaspoon or a clown . . . Both of these will make the funny little furballs head for the hills!

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The Woolly Blue Hoodoo
Wooly Blue Hoodoos are wise old Moshlings who know everything about lotions, potions, hexes and spells. But Woolly Blue Hoodoos are not as brave as most of their patients - they're scared of teaspoons! A heaping serving of bald peaches and some deep fried oobladoobla will help that! (Although I must say, ol' Buster here is afraid of food stuffed inside of other food. I would stay away from that oobladoobla!
The jungle is littered with terrifying teaspoons.
Adopting Big Bad Bill
Big Bad Bill isn't really bad at all. He's probably just scared silly because there seem to be a lot of teaspoons in the Gombala Gombala Jungle. Remove the frightening flatware for him. Next, serve up those non-fuzzy peaches he likes so much, followed by a hefty portion of deep fried oobladoobla, and Big Bad Bill will be a Big Happy Moshling!

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My name's Big Bad Bill, aka THE BOSS. I get grumpy when my cheatin' gets a beatin'! But don’t get too confident, you won't defeat me again!


Big Bad Bill is both an important recurring character in the Super Moshi Missions as the only Hoodoo available in the Moshling Zoo. Go Do The Hoodoo is a song dedicated to him and assigned to him, although it was performed by Buster Bumblechops.

He does not lead the Woolly Blue Hoodoo tribe but does seem to be in a high position. He is in charge of the Hoodoo stew as he is mostly found stirring the cauldron. Like Big Chief Bill, he is capable of casting spells.

Through the storyline of the missions he has always acted as an ally, the joke being a seemingly troublesome tribe not being so bad after all. But in Moshling Rescue! he functions as a villain whose motivations are simply wanting to cause trouble as the lyrics: "Gotta throw a party but I gotta do my voodoo" in Trapped in Gummy! imply.

Personality & Habits

Mischievous, adventurous and outgoing, Bill is famed, loved (by his tribe) and not as feared by folks as one might guess. Always having shown to be up for mayhem in artwork where he pranks fellow Moshlings, he is also the only NPC to have been considerate enough to give you the option to skip a minigame if you did not want to play. He later took it on him to become the BIG BAD in Moshling Rescue! by erupting Mount Krakka Blowa, covering his jungle in gummy and inconveniencing everyone. Regardless, he did not feel his actions should stop him from still hosting parties for everyone to enjoy.


Big Bad Bill concept
He was the first Moshling to be designed by Mr. Moshi, with all other early Moshlings being designed by Vincent Béchet. As such, Big Bad Bill is Mr. Moshi's favourite.

Being the norm of how a Woolly Blue Hoodoo should look, a notable difference between him and all other member of his tribe is the large size of the tuft partially covering his eye patch. Like all Woolly Blue Hoodoos, he is hoofed, horned, furry and blue. His staff's wood is bright pink and his yellow facial marking are two stripes on each cheek that point towards his eyes.

Super Moshi Missions

Big Bad Bill appears in all seasons of Super Moshi Missions. Super Moshi finds them in the dungeon of Spooktacular Spectacular where he looks over an apple bopping game, most likely as part of Simon Growl's party. Super Moshi appears to know Big Bad Bill prior to meeting them here.

In Bungle in the Jungle, Bill is shown to steer his cauldron with Elder Furi's staff. When Super Moshi moves to find Creepy Crawlies, Bill appears in the Unknown Zone as he was trying to do something about a nature-balance-obscuring nuclear frog.

Bill appears in Windy Wind-Up alongside his revealed-to-be cousin Little Chief Two Scoops.

In The Moshi Movie Mystery, Big Bad Bill is inside and outside mission relevance again alike Bungle in the Jungle. The trailer of the mission showed him to have found one of the movie cannisters. On the map overview he is shown stirring his cauldron and requests you to play Bug Rush so he can create a potion for Blinki. In the missions, he appears in part 1 and 4. In the first part, he (along with Big Chief Bill) trick you into believing he is a giant dangerous monster. Once is revealed it is just a costume and act, Bill deems the trick a success and gives you the cannister, informing you he does not know where the others are. Upon this you both hear a loud roar and Bill drops his costume in his hurry to get out of there. In part 4, he has obtained his costume again and is minding his own business. Moshi asks him if he has any ideas for a screen and Bill suggests the Giant's underpants. He only warns you to not wake the Giant up.


  • PYP
  • Music Island Missions
  • Annual 201x


  • Stories (lot of linking to trivial errors)
  • Interviews


  • Music Videos
  • Movie
  • Trailers
  • Commercials


No. TitleMusicSource Length
1. "Go Do The HooDoo"  
Music Rox - Go Do The HooDoo
Music Rox! 3:49
2. "Instrumental"  
MMFF Music InGame B
Food Factory (App) 3:48
3. "MR Boss loop"  
MR Boss loop
Boss Theme (Moshling Rescue) 0:20


In the story of The Lost Treasure of Umba Umba!, Furbert 'borrowed' a map from Big Bad Bill leading to a treasure that the Hoodoos had hid to protect its power from falling in the wrong hands. Furbert had lost the map and returned to Big Bad Bill to ask for another one. This is the only occasion Furbert was described as not yet missing and there are no records of what happened to him afterwards, aside that he went missing in the Gombala Gombala Jungle only leaving his hat, meaning Big Bad Bill might be the last one to have seen him. Furbert has done excessive studies on Woolly Blue Hoodoos, more so than any other species, and seems to have a good casual relationship with them if he dares to act this bold.

In Go Do The Hoodoo, Buster falls into one of their traps and -as a joke- the Hoodoos tie him to a limbo pole, implying they intend to harm him. He is soon freed by them, given a drink and is invited to party along with them after meeting with Big Chief Bill. Supposedly a general thing for Hoodoos to invite people to their parties, they do not seem to uphold a specific opinion for Buster. As the owner of Furbert Snufflepeeps' notes, Buster is aware of his Granduncle's studies, but is not aware nor have mentioned the more closer implied relationship.

In Moshi Monsters Egg Hunt, when the player hatches Bill from an egg, Bumblechops exclaims "Bless my gooberries! It's Big Bad Bill, the Woolly Blue Hoodoo!" showing his familiarity for the Hoodoo. Only a few Moshlings have a personalised introduction like Bill. Bill shares the trait with the likes of General Fuzuki and Sooki-Yaki.

Bill also appears in the Egg Hunt story book and his tribe is featured as a location in Buster's quest to hatch a Moshling egg. He asks Bill if he knows whether eggs can roll up hill to which Bill shrugs.

Despite Buster Bumblechops singing the song, Big Bad Bill has gained MonStar status from Go Do The Hoodoo as the main performer. In Search For A Gooperstar, Big Bad Bill is mentioned to be extremely nervous over supposedly being turned down by Simon Growl to appear on the Music Rox! album. In Music Stars (Book), Simon Growl functions as an interpreter to Bill's speech and Simon shows to know him quite well and seems slightly affectionate towards him in a similar way as he is to Zack Binspin. Simon Growl thus taught himself to understand and translate Bill's native language.

Although Bill clearly has a high enough position to lead his tribe to do certain things, Chief has authority over Big Bad Bill, as shown in the credits of the movie, where Chief seems to request explanation from Big Bad Bill, who shrugs confused. In The Moshi Movie Mystery Bill pretends to be some sort of monster as a tourist stunt and everyone, including Big Chief Bill, is in on it and warns for the monster. Chief is absent in the narrative of Moshling Rescue!

Usually shown to accompany any Hoodoo scene with their flute, they had joined Chief's and Bill's side in the end credits in their discussion. They are also present in the narrative of Moshling Rescue! and uninvitedly joined the Hoodoo Vocal Group in Trapped in Gummy!

His cousin, which was revealed in Windy Wind-Up.

In Moshling Rescue! Ellie is the protagonist to Big Bad Bill being the antagonist. In the casualty of the game, the BOSS only wants to get Ellie's/'your' attention to put you off track and neither party wants to harm the other. Looking rather smug each fight, he gets grumpy when he gets defeated in what he admits is cheating and vows 'you' will not defeat him again. The first encounter with THE BOSS leads Ellie to inform 'you' that he is here to cause mischief, showing she already knows of his motivations.
In conversation with artist Nana Li, designer of Ellie, she stated they never established anything on Ellie's and Bill's relationship and is thus freely up for interpretation.

As Fez Owl is Ellie's partner, he too is a nemesis to Bill, but has shown little worry about the happenings in Trapped in Gummy! Along with the Hoodoo Vocal Group, he quotes Big Bad Bill, showing Fez is aware of Bill's motivations and sees no need in worrying.

Being part of the Hoodoos that Ellie defeats, they seem to not have a problem to take a break from Bill's mayhem to join a more neutral side with Fez Owl. As Little Bad Bill is also present, it seems Bill does allow such a thing to happen or does not throw a big enough tantrum for them to be bothered by his reaction.

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In Issue 20 of the Moshi Monsters Magazine, Blingo and Big Bad Bill had occupied Simon Growl's studio to broadcast a rap performed by Blingo. Big Bad Bill announced him and fiddled with the machinery. They are shown to be close friends as Blingo can both insult as be affectionate towards Bill without him showing to mind one bit.

In Music Island Missions: Zoshling Encounters, Blingo mentions the Gombala Gombala Jungle being his roots, so he might as well be a long time friend of Big Bad Bill.

In The Moshi Movie Mystery, Blinki is sick and Big Bad Bill requests Super Moshi to help them by collecting Creepy Crawlies in Bug Rush that Bill most likely uses for a potion. He shows determination over fear of your capabilities to fulfill this task. Aside Poppet in the movie, Big Bad Bill is the only person to have shown to care about Blinki's wellbeing.

Both know each other when you meet Big Bad Bill for the first time in Spooktacular Spectacular.

Baby Bad Bill

Baby bill artwork
Baby Big Bad Bill, like every Baby Moshling, is meant to be the younger version of their grown-up counterpart but within fiction, they are their own individual. Regardless, both characters share an overlap in personality.

Baby Bill, or "Tiny Terror" according to Serena, appears in the story Baby Bad Bill's Misadventure in Poppet Magazine: Issue 3 where he had climbed on the Nursery's rooftop proclaiming himself the King of the Jungle, regardless not being anywhere near the jungle. His motivation is his lack of having a good story attached to him which would cancel him out in becoming chief and cries at the thought of his failure.



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12th July 2012, a two-parter story where Big Bad Bill, considered THE chief, halts his Hoodoos and offers a SableTooth Splatterpillar Hoodoo Stew. (Time wise, the creepy crawly should've been extinct post-Custard Flood so this might take place before that. Bill's very old.)

  • Issue 20, 23rd August 2012, recording and broadcasting for Blingo. A later issue re-uses the comic and gave it the title "Rox Rap"
  • Issue 22, 18th October 2012, auditioning for an appearance in a video of Zack Binspin. (He summons spirits)
  • Daily Growl, 12th February 2013, Big Bad Bill features on a printable valentine's card exclaiming "have an ELECTRIFYING valentines!".
  • Issue 28, 11th April 2013, Big Bad Bill and the other tribe Chiefs (Big Chief Bill is absent) are preparing a Hoodoo Stew to celebrate peace among tribes. They are distracted by Glumps playing Limbo and invite the winner (Mustachio) to join them in their feast. In the meantime, Sweet Tooth has poisoned their brew but the Hoodoos do not react to it as they expected and it backfires, which amuses Big Bad Bill.
  • Issue 31,

4th July 2013, Roary is in the Gombala Gombala Jungle to snap pictures of "The Big 5!" for Tyra Fangs. The Big Five are Jeepers, Humphrey, Coco Loco, Peekaboo and Big Bad Bill.

  • Issue 35, Roary Scrawl dresses up as Big Bad Bill but Tyra Fangs deems it "not eye-patchy" enough. Dipsy is shown in another comic in this issue to dress up as Big Bad Bill.
  • Issue 60, reuse of comic from issue 20?
  • Issue 61, 21st October 2015, Big Bad Bill features in a Hoodoo fact file where they give more info on Big Chief Bill and Little Bill, acknowledging them being different characters and that they are all called "Bill".


We have big party planned! Blingo gonna rhyme and Zack Binspin gonna warble! And CocoLoco insist we gonna conga till dawn!
— "Big Bad Bill, the nutty chief of the Blue Hoodoo Tribe, giggling happily.
  • Big Bad Bill is most likely named after Big Bad Bill Incorporated, the game publisher, noted at the bottom of the Moshi Monsters website.
  • Big Bad Bill was voted the spookiest Moshling in a Daily Growl post, beating the remainder of the Spookies Set. Ironically, the image they used does not feature Bill at all; but rather Woolly Blue HooDoos in general.
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  • Big Bad Bill has the best Moshling Madness Mash Up card, at 100 in both Mash and Mosh.


In-Game Items

Go Do The Hoodoo

Moshling Rescue



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