They might be stony-faced and a little dense, but Baby Blockheads can be really helpful. That's because these super-heavyweights are very, very strong - hardly surprising as they're made from solid rock! They even sweat liquid concrete when lifting heavy objects - bad news for me, as I once stood in a puddle of Blockhead sweat for a little too long and got stuck. Thank you moshi I only lost my boots! Speaking of getting into trouble, Blockheads don't know their own strength and can sometimes break things, especially fingers when they're shaking hands. Crr-unch!!!
Stoney-faced but helpful, these heavyweight Moshlings are very strong - hardly surprising as they're made from solid rock! They've even been known to sweat liquid concrete when lifting heavy objects. The trouble is they don't know their own strength and often get into trouble breaking things - especially fingers when they're shaking hands. Crr-unch!
The Official Collectable Figures Guide
Baby Blockheads live on Beaster Island, where they sit for hours, staring out to sea, listening to rock music and wondering why they always sink if they venture into the water! Some Moshlings have tried telling them it's because they're made of stone, but the Baby Blockheads aren't the sharpest tools in the shed.
They are very helpful though, and will use their great power to good purpose, sweating liquid concrete when they lift heavy objects. They're so strong, you need to be careful when they're shaking hands, as they can easily crush your fingers.
These incredible bulks live on Beaster Island where they often sit for hours, staring out to sea.
Rugged, thoughtful and brave.
Rock music and fluffy rabbits.
Weeds and jackhammers.
- Rocky's appearance resembles that of a real-life Easter Island tiki head (without the body, hands and feet).
- They share the same habitat as Benedict.
- Rocky can change themselves into an inanimate Easter Island head.
- Rocky is in Buster Bumblechops' search party.