Slapstick Tortoises are highly-trained Moshlings. It's just a shame whoever trained them was as dumb as a stump. The only thing they're good at is messing up their moves and tumbling on to their wobbly shells. They can't even tie their own bandanas. And that's bad because they're supposed to be ninjas. If only they stopped watching silly kung-fu movies, they wouldn't be so useless. I encountered my first Slapstick Tortoise whilst collecting shrillberries. In fact, I nearly trod on it because it was flailing around belly side up. Hi-yaaa!
Slapstick Tortoises are highly trained Moshlings. It's just a shame whoever trained them was as dumb as stump. The only thing they're good at is messing up their moves and tumbling on to their wobbly shells.They can't even tie on their own bandanas. And that's bad because they're supposed to be Ninjas. If only they stopped watching silly kung-fu movies, they wouldn't be so useless.
The Official Collectable Figures Guide
Slapstick Tortoises are Ninjas. Well, sort of. They're not very good at it because they always get their moves wrong and fall over. They even find it difficult to tie their own bandanas. Unfortunately, Slapstick Tortoises would far rather watch kung-fu movies than practice kung-fu moves!
Being tortoises, they have to hibernate, and their favourite place for that is under the boardwalk at Groan Bay. During the summertime, they can often be found in groups at the Wailing Wharf. Here they like to test their skills (or lack of them!) against other Ninjas.
These gormless Moshlings hibernate under the boardwalk at Groan Bay but often gather to compare (and then mess up) new fighting moves at the Whailing Wharf.
Bonkers, clumsy, gormless.
Brushing their teeth with toffee and buffing up their shells.
Laying belly-side up and jogging.
- Shelby was available for a day at Twistmas 2012 by hatching the seventh Twistmas Egg.
- Run Shelby Run! takes place in a season Shelby's species hibernates.