Big Bad Bill the Woolly Blue Hoodoo is an Ultra Rare Moshling in the Spookies set in Moshi Monsters. He's 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, 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 was not 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.
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.
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. They are never seen without their mystical Staffs of Power, Woolly Blue Hoodoos are really scared of teaspoons. Maybe they don't like their own medicine.
The Official Collectable Figures Guide
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!
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
- Although Bill is featured in the artwork credits of The Great Moshling Egg, where he discusses Furi's methods of Oobla Doobla barbecuing with Big Chief Bill, Big Bad Bill does not appear in the movie.
- Big Bad Bill does not play a part in the book: Music Island Missions: Zoshling Encounters even though he is featured on the cover.
- He does play a part at the end of Music Island Missions: Cosmic Countdown, but as he is described as being the chief, he is most likely mixed up with Big Chief 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.
- In Windy Wind-Up, Little Chief Two Scoops reveals to be Big Bad Bill's cousin.
- Big Bad Bill is most likely named after Big Bad Bill Incorporated, the game publisher, noted at the bottom of the Moshi Monsters website.
Go Do The Hoodoo