How to Breed in My Singing Monsters

How to Breed Pummel in My Singing Monsters

This My Singing Monster Breeding Guide will explain how to breed Pummel in My Singing Monsters using the best combinations.

Pummel is a natural class monster that can be bred on Plant Island. It is a triple-element monster that consists of the plant, earth and water elements. Pummel was first released on the 4th of September 2012. In-game, Pummel plays a marching bass drum.

How to Breed Pummel in My Singing Monsters
How to Breed Pummel in My Singing Monsters

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How to Breed Pummel

The best combination for obtaining a Pummel is breeding either a Potbelly + FwogNoggin + Oaktopus, or Toe Jammer + Shrubb at the Breeding Structure. Using these monsters will produce a Pummel most of the time and will take 12 hours. Keep in mind that they must be bred on Plant Island; otherwise, it won’t work. 

Here are all the possible combinations for breeding a common Pummel:

  • Pummel + Entbrat
  • Pummel + Shellbeat
  • Potbelly + Fwog
  • Noggin + Oaktopus
  • Toe Jammer + Shrubb

How to Breed Rare Pummel

Rare Pummel’s breeding combinations are the same as the common Pummel; however, you are less likely to breed the rare version. For a chance of breeding the Rare Pummel, you should combine Potbelly + Fwog or Toe Jammer + Shrubb. Alternatively, you can always purchase the monster from the StarShop.

Here are all the possible combinations for breeding a Rare Pummel:

  • Rare Pummel + Pummel (common version) 
  • Potbelly + Fwog
  • Noggin + Oaktopus
  • Toe Jammer + Shrubb

How to Breed Epic Pummel

Epic Pummel can be bred during limited-time events by combining Bogwart + Fwog or Scups + Shrubb. Although Epic Pummel’s green color looks great, remember that it cannot be bred.


Conclusion

This page detailed how to breed a Pummel, Rare Pummel and Epic Pummel. Now that you read the above guide, you should know the ins and outs of the monster.

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