How to Breed in My Singing Monsters

How To Breed Quibble in My Singing Monsters

Strange, silly, and two-headed, the Quibble is a beautiful musical bird. This My Singing Monsters Breeding Guide will explain how to breed the Quibble in My Singing Monsters using the best combinations.

How To Breed Quibble in My Singing Monsters

How To Breed A Quibble

The best way players can breed a Quibble is by combining the Tweedle + Toe Jammer, with no preferred island location necessary. It can also be bred by combining any monsters with the elements of Air and Water, although breeding a Tweedle and Toe Jammer is the most effective way to get a Quibble. 

The Quibble has an incubation time of 8 hours, unless it has been enhanced, in which the incubation time lowers to 6 hours. Players can also purchase a Quibble from the Starshop for 30 diamonds.

Here is a quick list of the possible breeding combinations for the Quibble, starting with the best combination at the top:

  • Tweedle + Toe Jammer (No specific location)
  • Air Monster + Water Monster (No specific location)

How To Breed A Rare Quibble

Players can breed a Rare Quibble by combining a Tweedle + Toe Jammer, with no particular location necessary. They can also be created by combining any Air and Water monster. Additionally, any breeding attempt that includes a Quibble that fails may result in a Rare Quibble. However, the most reliable method for breeding a Rare Quibble is the combination mentioned above.

Like all other Rare Monsters, a Rare Quibble can only be bred during specific times, such as special or seasonal events. They can also be purchased during these times for 40 diamonds.

The Rare Quibble has a breeding time of 10 hours and 30 minutes, with an enhanced time of 7 hours, 52 minutes, and 30 seconds. A Rare Quibble looks similar to a Common Quibble, except it has a shorter beak, longer features, rainbow colored piano keys, and is usually holding a paintbrush.

How To Breed An Epic Quibble

Players can breed an Epic Quibble by combining a Congle + Dandidoo on Cold Island. Other breeding combinations on other islands include the following:

  • Air Island: Scups + Maw
  • Water Island: Spunge + Shrubb
  • Fire Oasis: Wynq + Pango
  • Shugabush Island: Shugabush + PomPom

Like the Rare Quibble, an Epic Quibble can only be bred or bought during certain times. When they do become available, the best way to get them is by any of the aforementioned breeding combinations or by purchasing them for 150 diamonds.

An Epic Quibble has a breeding time of 21 hours, with an enhanced breeding time of 15 hours and 45 minutes. An Epic Quibble is bright red and pink with white spikes on its head and white beaks. The piano keys are wooden slats instead of white.

What Is A Quibble?

A Quibble is a double-headed, double-element Monster. Players can unlock it on Cold Island when they reach level 7. It plays a grand piano, as seen by the piano-shaped rocks or wooden slats in front of its body.

The two heads sing different notes. The right head plays lower notes, while the left head plays higher notes, with a difference of an octave between the notes. 

A Quibble has low coin production due to the fact that it is a double-element Monster, but its happiness will increase by 25% if it is placed by an object or monster it likes, such as a Mammot, Scups, or Trumplite.


This guide went over how to breed a Quibble in My Singing Monsters. Comment below with any questions you have about Quibbles.

Olivia McKenna

Olivia grew up playing video games, so naturally, her favorite games include Merge Mansion and My Singing Monsters. She began at NeuralGamer in 2021, primarily writing about Minecraft. Shortly after, though, she became the go-to girl for our other writers when they needed advice, eventually becoming our Chief Content Editor. DON'T ask her about how many hours she has on Minecraft.