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Series Hidden Realm
Zone Hidden Realm
Game Room Oni Dojo
Game Funkey Fighters
Rarities Common, Rare, Very Rare

Singe is a Funkey released with the Hidden Realm expansion. The Singe tribe is native to the Hidden Realm.



In-Game Description

The Singe love hot and spicy food. The hotter and spicier the better and there is no spicier food in Terrapinia then the molten insanity pepper. The insanity pepper is so hot that it can light paper plates on fire. It’s spicy that even waving one of those peppers in the general direction of any other food will make that food so unbearably hot that it will be inedible for most Funkeys!

While most Funkeys avoid the molten insanity pepper like a bad sunburn, a full plate of raw insanity peppers is a Singe’s favorite meal! The Singe eat these peppers for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and would even sprinkle them on ice cream for dessert if they could just figure out how to keep the ice cream from instantly melting.

In fact, the Singe eat so many insanity peppers that flames erupt from their mouth and eyes. They eat these peppers so often, that the flames have left permanent red scorch marks on their faces giving the Singe their frightful appearance!

This diet of insanity peppers is also the key to the Singe’s strength in the Oni Dojo. The Singe prepare for each fight by eating especially large plates of insanity peppers. This volatile meal ignites the fire in their eyes and makes the Singe hot-tempered and aggressive. The Singe also know that there is no way they will get a glass of water until the fight is over giving them extra incentive to beat their opponents as quickly as possible.

If you see a Singe grubbing on a plate of insanity peppers, you better watch out, because a flaming lunatic is coming your way!

Data Values

These values can be inputted into CheatEngine to access the Funkey without its figure.

  • Normal (Blue) - 258
  • Rare (Red) - 262
  • Very Rare (White) - 269


  • Singe's name was misprinted as Kali on early packaging.