Transforms into giant Rice Cake Bunny at given intervals. Giant Rice Cake Bunny's landings create Honey Rice Cake jellies. Giant Rice Cake Bunny's size gets bigger and jumps become higher as time goes by.
Fresh rice harvested from the happy soils of Dessert Paradise were used to bake the happy Moon Rabbit Cookie. This Cookie's chubby cheeks are always filled with sweet rice cake. How cute! But her desire for rice cake has a dark side too. Under a full moon, Moon Rabbit Cookie's craving for rice cake can grow so strong that she transforms into giant Rice Cake Bunny! She then jumps around wildly, crushing everything around her until someone gives her some rice cake to calm her down. Once upon a time, during one of her crazy transformations, the other Cookies tried to keep the giant Rice Cake Bunny in check by grabbing each other's hands and building a circle around her. Ever since, the Cookies have keep a tradition of holding hands and going around in circles under full moon.
When her green bar fills, she will transform into a small mochi bunny that can generate jellies by pounding the ground just like Dino-Sour Cookie. Over time Moon Rabbit Cookie will grow larger and larger - this makes her generate more jellies per pound, and her reach will be larger.
She is, however, the first Cookie to have a full transformation animation within the Cookie Shop. The other transforming Cookies simply appear in their other forms with a puff of smoke to transition between the two appearances.
This Cookie has the most animation frames out of every Cookie thus far.
This Cookie is wearing a child's Korean hanbok, making her the third Cookie to wear the traditional Korean apparel. The other Cookies that wear a hanbok are Ninetales Cookie and Rebel Cookie.
This Cookie is based on the folklore of the Moon Rabbit, and is also most likely in commemoration of the Mid-Autumn Festival, which is celebrated in East Asia.
This is evident in Cookie Run: OvenBreak, where Moon Rabbit Cookie was released in the 2017 Autumn update with a Rice Cake Exchange Event.
The reason why the Moon Rabbit Cookie transforms into a soft malleable figure is because in the Korean version of the Moon Rabbit folklore, the Moon Rabbit pounds tteok.
This is the only time where LINE has caught up to Kakao Cookie Run in term of Cookies - LINE would always be 2 to 3 Cookies behind.
Unfortunately, she may be the last Cookie to be released in either game, as at this time Kakao has not been releasing any new Cookies for the last few months. This is likely due to spending more attention on their other game, Cookie Run: Ovenbreak.
Moon Rabbit Cookie was the last Cookie released in Kakao and LINE in 2016.
She is the only Cookie that is constantly eating food.