Exclusive to My Singing Monsters: Dawn of Fire
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Baby Bio:

The compact Sooza blows its horn with enormous frequency and force. Being literally wrapped up in itself is somewhat cumbersome, but the immature Sooza still manages enthusiastic foot tapping and swaying.

Adult Bio:

The height advantage is certainly apparent when the Sooza comes of age! This statuesque Monster really stands out in a crowd. One may notice that it shares distinct traits with a few other species.


Sooza is a sky blue monster that resembles a mature PomPom with purple hands and feet. It wears its lavender hair in small curly pigtails with tiny curly lavender bangs. The golden sousaphone it plays is coiled around its body, only allowing its hands, feet, and head to show.

As an adult, its limbs are longer, which its arms are purple and light purple. It shows its mouth which has blue lips.

When idle, it moves side to side, and almost about to fall to the ground and try to keep its balance.

On Space Island, it moves the same way PomPom moves when idle.


Baby Sooza

Instrument: Sousaphone

The Sooza plays its golden sousaphone, mainly producing chords of upper and lower brass sections. However, during the part where the Tweedle would sing, the Sooza plays significantly lower notes.

As an adult, the Sooza plays the melody of Space Island, which it is shared by the Toe Jammer and Rootitoot.


A Sooza can be bred with a combination of Plant, Cold, and Fire. Possible combinations include:

Feeding Monsters

The Sooza will request food and/or non-food items that are the products of Structures. If you cannot give the monster the food or items it requires, you can click the New Order button. After a 15 minute wait, it will ask for a new combination of foods or other items.


When given the wanted foods or items, like any monster, it will reward you coins.

Teleporting Sooza


Sooza can be teleported to Space Island when fed to Level 10 for a reward of 15 diamonds.

Name Origin

The name Sooza comes from the word sousaphone, a brass instrument which this monster plays. (Extra Life 2018 stream, Part 2, 06:06:35)


  • As noted in its adult description, the Sooza is very similar to the PomPom and Hoola.
    • Also, Rare PomPom, Rare Hoola, Epic PomPom, Epic Hoola, and Rooba.
  • Despite having a similar appearance to PomPoms as adults, they look noticeably different as babies.
  • In the code, Sooza is called "Tubahorn".
  • Sooza is currently the only triple-element natural monster to not appear in My Singing Monsters.

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