Known to eat and sleep a lot, G’joob resembles a walrus with its tusks and flippers. This My Singing Monsters Breeding Guide will explain how to breed G’joob in My Singing Monsters using the best combinations.
How To Breed G’joob
G’joob’s breeding time is 18 hours. The enhanced time is 13 hours and 30 minutes. The buying price is 225 diamonds at Plant Island or 500 diamonds at Mythical Island.
Below are some of the possible breeding combinations:
- Plant Island: Pummel + T-Rox
- Mythical Island: Cataliszt + G’joob
How To Breed Rare G’joob
Players can breed Rare G’joob by combining Pummel + T-Rox on Plant Island. The only other way to get Rare G’joob is by combining Cataliszt and G’joob on Mythical Island.
Rare G’joob’s breeding time is 22 hours and 30 minutes. The enhanced time is 16 hours, 52 minutes, and 30 seconds. Its buying price is 500 diamonds on Plant Island or 625 diamonds on Mythical Island. Breeding and buying Rare G’joob is only possible during specific times, such as limited events.
Rare G’joob is orange with blue spots. The spots resemble leopard spots. It also has a brown and blue mustache. It has 4 horns instead of 2 and its tusks are silver. Its mouth is slightly open, showing pointed teeth. Additionally, its stomach has different shades of orange showing instead of one solid shade of orange.
How To Breed Epic G’joob
Players currently cannot get Epic G’joob. As of 2022, there is no Epic variant of G’joob in My Singing Monsters.
What Is G’joob?
G’joob is a Mythical class monster made of the Mythical Element. It is found on Plant Island but can be moved to Mythical Island when it reaches level 15. It uses its own tusks to play the bassoon.
G’joob and Rare G’joob are known to be difficult to get. Despite this, it is valued more as a collectible than for coin production. G’joob is fond of Bowgart, Yawstrich., and Mountain Morsel. Placing G’joob near any of these will increase its happiness and coin production.
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