Rare Hoolas are what happen when these mischievous Seasonals adhere to the diet of their PomPom cousins! True to form, however, they usually overdo it and become a garnish shade of red in the process. This makes it a little more difficult to sneak up on other Monsters or to pull pranks, so the Rare Hoola compensates by adding an extra hoop to distract them using sleight of hand... or in this case, sleight of hoop.
~ In-game description


The Rare Hoola was the first Rare Seasonal Monster to be introduced to the game. It arrived on July 16th, 2016 during the Summer celebration.

Unlike its common counterpart, the Hoola, the Rare Hoola is red and has two hula hoops rotating around its body; one is green and one is turquoise. The Rare Hoola has a curly hairstyle that looks somewhat of a 1950's woman. The Rare Hoola also has a "skirt" of fur arranged in a way that appears similar to that of an umbrella. Its in-game description also shows that the Rare Hoola has the same diet as the PomPom, whom eats foods that are only red. However, the Rare Hoola consumes this food more excessively, thus it appears red rather than pink like the PomPom. The Rare Hoola shares the same animation as the regular Hoola, though it is hula hooping a second hula hoop. If one looks closely at the Rare Hoola's hands when it gets to the 'uh-oh' part of its song on Air Island, they can see that the Rare Hoola's 'fingernails' are painted red.


Audio sample:
Memory Audio X

The Rare Hoola shares the same audio as its common counterpart, the Hoola. It sings the following on each island:

  • Gold Island - "Yippitie Yay, Yippitie Yay, Yippitie Yo-o; Yippitie Yay, Yippitie Yay, Yippitie, Oh."

The Rare Hoola's contribution to an island's song is feminine-like high-pitched voice. Its chant is a variation of that of the PomPom.


The Rare Hoola can only be bred for a limited time within the Summer celebration; it is not available for the celebration's full duration. There is only one combination:

For 2016, the breeding availability periods were from:

  • July 16th 19:00 UTC - 22:00 UTC
  • July 20th 22:00 UTC - July 21st 1:00 UTC
  • August 1st 19:00 UTC - 22:00 UTC
  • August 13th 4:00 UTC - August 14th 4:00 UTC (the only time the Rare Hoola was available for the full 24 hours)

For 2017, the breeding availability periods were from:

  • July 14th 21:00 UTC - July 17th 21:00 UTC (the first time Rare Hoola was released for 3 days)
  • July 24th 21:00 UTC - July 26th 21:00 UTC.
  • August 2nd 19:00 UTC - August 4th 19:00 UTC
  • August 11th 19:00 UTC - August 14th 19:00 UTC

NOTE: The Rare Hoola can only be bred or purchased during the dates listed above. Any Rare Hoola on Air Island, Earth Island, and their Mirror Islands that is obtained during the above times will stay unless it is sold.

Earning Rate and Maximum Income

Earning rate is in coins per hour and depends on Happiness % (Likes increase Happiness), also each monster has a limit to how much income it can hold at a time. Increasing the monster's level increases the limit.

Level Per Minute Coins 2.0 Maximum Coins 2.0
0% Happiness 25% Happiness 50% Happiness 75% Happiness 100% Happiness
1 8 10 12 14 16 4,500
2 13 16 19 22 26 7,200
3 18 22 27 31 36 10,800
4 24 30 36 42 48 14,400
5 30 37 45 52 60 18,000
6 37 46 55 64 74 21,600
7 43 53 64 75 86 25,200
8 48 60 72 84 96 28,800
9 54 67 81 94 108 32,400
10 60 75 90 105 120 36,000
11 67 83 100 117 134 39,600
12 73 91 109 127 146 43,200
13 78 97 117 136 156 46,800
14 84 105 126 147 168 50,400
15 90 112 135 157 180 54,000
16 94 117 141 164 188 56,700
17 98 122 147 171 196 58,968
18 101 126 151 176 202 60,737
19 103 128 154 180 206 61,951
20 104 130 156 182 208 62,571

Feeding Monsters

Each monster needs to be fed four times before it reaches the next level. Increasing the monster's level increases the coins earned per minute, as well as the maximum coins earned. The food per level is the same for all Rare Seasonal Monsters as well as Triple Element Monsters and it can also be found in this article.

Level Food 2.0 Per Feeding Total Food 2.0 Needed Per Level
1 10 x4 40
2 20 x4 80
3 40 x4 160
4 80 x4 320
5 160 x4 640
6 320 x4 1,280
7 640 x4 2,560
8 1,280 x4 5,120
9 2,560 x4 10,240
10 5,120 x4 20,480
11 10,240 x4 40,960
12 20,480 x4 81,920
13 40,960 x4 163,840
14 81,920 x4 327,680

It takes 655,320 Food 2.0 to get a Rare Seasonal Monster from level 1 to 15.


  • HoolaGo to Hoola
  • Squeed StatueGo to Squeed Statue
  • Flappy FlagGo to Flappy Flag
  • Leafy Sea DragonGo to Leafy Sea Dragon

Every monster has different things that they like. For every unique object that they like that's placed near the monster (if not using a Unity Tree), the monster's happiness will increase by 25%. Placing two of the same liked item near a monster will still only increase happiness by 25%. Below are the things liked by Rare Hoola:

See the Likes page to view a complete list of all monsters' likes.


Some items to take into consideration when designing an island by strategy are the number of beds for the monster, the rate of income per bed, the max income per bed, and the time for max income to be reached. The income below is for level 15:

Number of Beds 1
Rate of Income High 180 Coins 2.0
Rate of Income Low 90? Coins 2.0
Max Income 54,000 Coins 2.0
Rate of Income per Bed High 180 Coins 2.0
Rate of Income per Bed Low 90? Coins 2.0
Max Income per Bed 54,000 Coins 2.0
Time to Max Income @ High 05:00:00
Time to Max Income @ Low 10:00:00?

NOTE: The time to max income is shown as (Hours : Minutes : Seconds).

Name Origin

The name "Hoola" is surely derived from the hula hoop that the monster is always twirling around itself.


Rare Hoola In News

Rare Hoola as it appeared in the News

  • The Rare Hoola was the first Rare Seasonal Monster to be introduced to the game and it appeared in the Market for three hours on July 16th, 2016 19:00 UTC to 22:00 UTC.
    • The fact that it was only available for three hours made it controversial, as many complained about the persisting need for in-app purchases in order to obtain every single monster, as well as the fact that some people could have been sleeping during the Rare Hoola's first availability.
    • However, with enough support from players of allowing the Rare Hoola to be made available again for breeding/purchase, it was announced that the Rare Hoola would be made available again, as shown in this link.
  • The Rare Hoola was first mentioned on the MSM Facebook page.
Rare hoola teaser


  • A teaser of the Rare Hoola can be seen on the Facebook post for the 2016 release of the normal Hoola.
  • Although their normal counterparts have different breeding times, the Rare Hoola shares the same breeding time as the Rare Punkleton.
  • The Rare Hoola is the only Rare Seasonal that formerly was not to be able to exist on its respective Mirror Islands.
  • One of Rare Hoola's default names, Sissilí Yon, is a reference to Cicillian oranges, which, on the inside, are the same colour as Rare Hoola's fur.
Rare Hoola Facebook

Rare Hoola's Appearance on Facebook

  • When hatched, if the option to share on Facebook is selected, the picture of Rare Hoola in the post will look slightly different, having a gap in its teeth and a different colored mouth.
  • When it was first teased, many players thought it was a new Wublin.
  • While Hoola was the last Seasonal Monster released, Rare Hoola was the first Rare Seasonal released.

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