|“||Often mistaken for a PomPom that has expanded its traditional diet of exclusively red foods, the Hoola is actually a distinct creature. This doesn't stop them from getting along famously, and they share something of a sisterly bond. The Hoola is a born troublemaker, pulling pranks on other Monsters and using its special hoop to get up to all kinds of mischief. Luckily, a PomPom is usually nearby to help set things right.
This Monster, like all Seasonal Monsters, can only breed on the Seasonal Shanty.
The Hoola and the PomPom have similar shaped bodies and legs, with different colors. The Hoola has one larger ponytail, compared to the two on the Pompom's head. The Hoola's primary adornment is their bright red hoop, which they rotate vigorously around their body.
On Air Island, Hoola blows a two-hand kiss at the end of their song. On Earth Island, Hoola is even more energetic, including twirling their hoop up in the air, and a little jump and knee bend near the end of their song. On Gold Island, Hoola ends it's song with a few twirls around the legs, finishing with a little kick to nudge the hoop up to its normal place around their waist.
Voice actress: Maggie Park
Hoola sings along with the PomPom to create a pleasant harmony. Hoola has a higher-pitched voice than the PomPom. Its chant is a variation of the PomPom's:
Air Island - Hey Nana Hey Nana Hey Nana Hey Low; Hey Nana, Hey Nana, Hey Nana Uh-Oh.
Earth Island - Yippitie Yay, Yippitie Yo, Yippite Yay Yippitie Yo Do.
Gold Island - Yippitie Yay, Yippitie Yay, Yippitie Yo-o; Yippitie Yay, Yippitie Yay, Yippitie, Oh.
Seasonal Shanty (Track 1) - Yippitie Yay; Yippitie Yo-o; Yippitie Yay, Yippitie Yo; Hoolala!
Seasonal Shanty (Track 2) - Yo Yo Yo! Yo Yo Yo! Hoolala! Oola-Hoolala!
Memory - Yippitie Yay
- For a list of when this monster has been available, see: Breeding Availability
Hoola, like all Seasonals are only available during their own season, a weekend Out-of-Season event (6 months apart) and the Anniversary Month Celebration. It is also available to breed at any time on Seasonal Shanty.
Breeding times vary in the years for the main iOS and Android versions:
- In 2013, the breeding began on July 16 and ended on August 19.
- In 2014, breeding or purchase began on July 9 and ended on August 14.
- In 2015, breeding began on July 15 and ended on August 19.
- In 2016, breeding or purchase began on July 15 and was available until August 15.
- In 2017, breeding or purchase began on July 14 and was available until 14 August.
- In 2018, breeding or purchasing began on July 11 and wass available until August 13.
- In 2019, breeding or purchasing began on July 17 and was available until August 19.
- Hoola was also available during an out of season event from January 11th to January 14th.
- In 2020, breeding or purchasing began on July 15 and was available until August 12.
- In 2021, breeding or purchasing began on July 21.
For other versions, this is different:
- For Windows players (via Big Fish Games), breeding or purchase began on July 11, 2014, and ended on August 14, a little later in the day than for app players. The Hoola was not made available for Windows players in 2015-2017, as the Big Fish Games version had shut down in 2018.
- For Vita players, breeding and purchase availability extends from July 1 to August 31 every year, based on the date set on the system.
NOTE: Hoola can only be bred or purchased during the available dates. Any Hoolas on Air Island, Earth Island, or The Colossingum that are obtained during that time will stay unless they are sold. However, Hoola can be bought or bred on Seasonal Shanty at any time, though it is discounted when it is available on other islands. It is also obtainable via weekly Scratch Tickets on Air Island and Earth Island.
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.
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 table:|
More info can be found in the Feeding article.
Every monster has different things that they like. For every unique object that they like that's placed near the monster, the monster's happiness will increase by 25%. Placing more than one of the same liked item near a monster will still only increase its happiness by 25%. If there's a Unity Tree on the island, items don't need to be near the monsters. Below are the things liked by Hoola:
- Tweedle (requires level 4) ()
- SummerSong Path (level ?) ()
- Tree Hut (level 17)
- Tree Forte Tower (level 17)
- Castanevine (level 18) ()
See the Likes page to view a complete list of all monsters' likes.
Used in Breeding
|Hoola is used in the following breeding combinations:|
To see how efficient Hoola is at generating resources compared to other monsters check:
The name "Hoola" is derived from the hula hoop that the monster is always twirling around itself.
Possible Monster Names
To see all possible names for Hoola, see Monster Names.
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- It is the only monster in the Pomily (PomPom, Hoola, Rooba, Sooza, and TooToo) to have one element.
- It is also the only monster in the PomPom Family (along with its Rare and Epic counterparts) to not be a triple element.
- The Hoola monster is the fifth Seasonal monster to be introduced to the game and appeared in the Market on July 16th, 2013 and stayed until August 19th, 2013.
- All of its tracks are 4 beats long (2/2) or 8 beats long (4/4), sharing the same as Furcorn's.
- The breeding combo for Air and Earth Islands are the same.
- During the week of July 22nd to July 26th, 2013, a Facebook contest was held which awarded random users a free Hoola.
- The earning rate and max income numbers are the same as for the Congle.
- The Hoola was the only Seasonal monster that can be bought or bred on two islands.
- As of Nov 20th, 2019, Gobbleygourd also holds this title.
- When Hoolas sleep (i.e., are muted), they hula-hoop in their sleep, albeit at half-speed.
- The Hoola and the Yool are the only seasonal monsters that still cost 150 during the regular availability times.
- During the loading screen song, a high-pitched voice that sounds like the Hoola's voice can be heard or possibly might be Peckidna's.
- The Hoola sings along with the PomPom on Air, Earth, and Gold Islands.
- Apparently, the only reason Hoola is on Air Island as well as Earth Island is because PomPom is like a "sisterly" figure for Hoola. This was confirmed on a My Singing Monsters Live episode.
- A Rare version of the Hoola, the Rare Hoola, was released several days after the 2016 release. However, the Rare Hoola was released only for 3 hours (and some people could've been sleeping throughout the night during that time). It was then released repeatedly throughout Hoola's 2016 season, each time for 3 hours until the second last day, as it was out for a full 24 hours. This was no longer the case in future releases, as the Rare Hoola is now released for at least 72 hours each time it is released.
- In the Recording Studio, if one listens closely to Hoola's Air Island song, a very faint PomPom can be heard. This is probably a singing cue for Maggie Park (Hoola's voice actress).
- It, Rare Wubbox, and Whajje are the only monsters to say their species name. Of these Hoola is the only one without the Supernatural Element.
- Leading up to SummerSong 2019, leaflets and decals to the mysterious DJ Epic was hidden in multiple posts. Rather than being Epic Hoola, it was revealed that DJ Epic was Common Hoola all along. In MSM Live #37 it was further explained that the trio of Common, Rare, and Epic Hoola together made up the artist DJ Epic.
- One of Hoola's concept arts features PomPom with a hula hoop. This can be seen here.
- Hoola's name is very similar to the name of the legendary Pokémon Hoopa.
- Ironically, both are based off of hoops, though Hoola is based of of hula-hoops.
- However, as the first summersong happened on July 16, 2013, and as the XY series of Pokemon released later the same year (October 12, 2013), we can easily assume this is a coincidence.
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