O'Really the Unlucky Larrikin is a Rare Moshling, in the Luckies set, who is a leprechaun.
Looking for luck? Then you’d best look away because Unlucky Larrikins are the most unfortunate Moshlings of all. Not that they know it because they are always looking on the bright side, whistling, joking and telling tall stories to anyone who’ll listen. It must be the way they tell ‘em. Zzzzz...
If you're looking for a stroke of luck, best look away because Unlucky Larrikins are the most unfortunate Moshlings I've ever chanced upon. Not that they know it, because these upbeat critters are always looking on the bright side, whistling and joking, even when everything around them is going wrong. I used to travel everywhere with an Unlucky Larrikin (they were called Lucky Larrikins back then) but I soon grew tired of the bad luck and endless tall stories it insisted on telling me at bedtime. It must be the way they tell 'em. Zzzzzz...
Near the fabled Barmy Stone of Shamrock Bog. Personality
Luckless, optimistic, whimsical. Likes
Limericks and rainbows. Dislikes
Gold paint and breakfast cereal.
If you're looking for a stroke of luck then best look away, because Unlucky Larrikins are the most unfortunate Moshlings of all. Not that they realise it because these upbeat critters are always looking on the bright side, whistling,joking, and telling tall tales to anyone who'll listen. It must be the way they tell 'em. Zzzzzzz...
If you see an Unlucky Larrikin coming towards you - go the other way! Their constant whistling, limerick reciting and joke telling may be uplifting (briefly) but if you're feeling lucky, it won't have anything to do with these rainbow-hugging critters. They aren't keen on gold paint and breakfast cereal, but they are usually cheerful about everything else - even if they aren't the most unfortunate Moshlings of them all! To avoid your own misfortune, you may want to stay away from the fabled Barmy Stone of Shamrock Bog where the the Unlucky Larrikins' soporific story-telling skills may bore you to tears.
O'Really was first seen in The Daily Growl. You had to solve the puzzle, then it shows you the shadow of the Moshling.
Despite leprechauns being representative of luck in Irish culture, O'Really is unlucky. On top of this, it is contradictorily in the Luckies set, which is supposed to be based on luck, rather than the diametric opposite.