What is your MonStar Rating and how can you improve it

Your MonStar rating is a measure of how popular you are Moshi Monsters. You become more popular as you get more friends and have more monster owners visiting your home.

The Monstar rating starts at “Z” and as you get more visits it will gradually climb all the way up the alphabet until you become an “A-list” monster.

To start with you just need a small number of visits to go up the next MonStar rating. You just need 5 visits to get to a “V” rating. However as you climb up the alphabet you need to get more and more visits to get to the next level.

At higher ratings you need hundreds, or even thousands of visits to get to the next MonStar rating.

You’ll find your MonStar rating dispayed on the left hand side of the screen, above the level indicator and below the happiness and health scores.

So how do you improve your monster rating

Well really this is all about getting more visits to your room.

The more time you spend playing Moshi Monsters the more your monster will appear in Monstro City, walking around the streets saying hello to other passing monsters.

You can’t control this, but the more your monster is out there the more visits you’re likely to get. You should find the more you play more people visit your room.

The other way to get more visits is to invite your friends to visit your room.

The next way of getting visits your room is simply by asking your existing Moshi friends to visit by using the pin board.

Don’t forget to return the favour and visit their rooms too!

Note that only the first time the people visit every day will count is no point repeatedly visiting the room as the extra visits my account.

So how many visits to you need to go up a Monstar Rating

We did some research to see if we can figure this out. We looked a lot to monsters and compared the number of visits and the number of friends they had to them on star rating.

We found that while the number of friends did make an awful lot of difference the number of visits did.

Using all of the information we collected be plotted a graph showing the number of visits against the monster rating. You can see this below.

Note that the graph below used an odd scale called a logarythmic scale. Notice how the distance between 0 and 10 is the same the distance between 1000 and 10000. This shows that it gets harder to get enough visits the higher your MonStar rating goes.