I heard a rumour that Warrior Wombats were once used to guard Rox and other precious things. But that's not because these furry little Moshlings are fearless. It's because legend has it they don't need any sleep. Or do they? My research shows that their 'open eyes' are actually titchy cake tins welded to their hats. This allows them to take forty winks on the sly. Napping on the job? Now that's naughty. Still, at least it helps me study the rare little sleepyheads. I just sneak up with my snore-o-meter and get busy.
Many moons ago, Warrior Wombats were used to guard the entrance to the Rox Caverns of Mount Silimanjaro. But that's not because these furry Moshlings are fearless. It's because they don't need any sleep. Or do they? New research shows that their open eyes are actually little cake tins welded to their funny hats. This allows them to take forty winks on the sly.
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The Warrior Wombats have a proud tradition of guarding all sorts of intergalactic shiny stuff. Some think it's because they're fearless, but actually it's because they just don't fall asleep! Or at least that's what Moshlings experts used to think . . .
Researches observing the Warrior Wombats in their natural habitat of ChillyBot State Park have now realized that what they thought were the Moshlings's ever-open eyes are actually cake tins welded to their funny Ninja headgear! So they probably do sleep, but you won't know when. This may explain their love of comfy cushions and dislike of alarm clocks!
Warrior Wombats are thought to live in underground caves in the foothills of Mount Sillimanjaro.
Warrior Wombats live in the sub-zero wastelands of ChillyBot State Park, a mysterious place where darkness never falls.
Serious, mysterious and reliable.
Shiny objects and comfy cushions.
Alarm clocks and bits of food in beards.
- As shown on art with Fifi, General Fuzuki is able to drive a car.
- Their official info and name were featured on The Daily Growl on April 19, 2009.