In the years after their initial release, Boogie Boos could be bought from the Menagerie for 1 each during the Halloween season.
This egg seems really light and feels... odd.
A cute little bag monster has hatched from the egg! You're not sure if the bag itself is the creature, or if there's something inside the bag which is the real creature...
A cute little bag monster has hatched from the egg! You're not sure if the bag itself is the creature, or if there's something inside the bag which is the real creature... The little monster has grown larger and the snake has started to move on its own. You're certain the bag isn't alive now, but the spirit within it most certainly is.
Boogie boos are trickster spirits which inhabit snakes and burlap bags- at the same time. They absolutely love harassing birds, which makes them popular pets among farmers wishing to use them as scarecrows. Their powers are strongest around the time of the Halloween festivities, so Ostleans must be on high alert to avoid falling victim to a Boogie Boo's tricks. They sometimes have trouble telling the difference between playful pranks and outright bullying, however, leading some to label them as malevolent seasonal pests.
Hatching sequence Edit
|Egg||Stage 1||Stage 2||Stage 3||Stage 4||Type|
|Toxic (Mochiccino's Oddity)|
|Shadow (Rhynn's Oddity)|
According to Mochiccino, the Boogie Boos were inspired by the creature Oogie Boogie from Nightmare Before Christmas, a childhood favourite of hers. The pose was taken from her very fat cat Milo.
Mochiccino's Oddity colours are also based on Oogie Boogie, as he is a green colour when he first gets Santa Claus.
Originally the tail was just going to be smoke, but this was changed last-minute in the sketching stage. The smoke was kept as the tongue and eyes, instead.
- Concept: Mochiccino
- Sketches: Mochiccino
- Sprites: Rhynn
- Descriptions: Rhynn
- Journal sketch: Mochiccino & Rhynn
- Boogie boo creature journal