How to Breed in My Singing Monsters

How To Breed Schmoochle In My Singing Monsters

A two-headed Monster of unknown origin, it is commonly believed that the Schmoochle is the result of 2 Monsters that fell so in love that they joined into a singular body. This My Singing Monsters Breeding Guide will explain how to breed the Schmoochle in My Singing Monsters using the best combinations.

How to Breed a Schmoochle in My Singing Monsters
How to Breed a Schmoochle in My Singing Monsters

How To Breed A Schmoochle

The best way players can breed a Schmoochle is by combining a Tweedle + Riff on Air Island. Alternatively, breeding a pair of Aux at Seasonal Shanty may produce a Schmoochle, although it might result in other Seasonal Monsters. Any failed breeding combination with a Schmoochle may produce another Schmoochle. Lastly, breeding a Schmoochle and a Rare Schmoochle will result in a Schmoochle. 

A Schmoochle’s incubation time is 1 day, 7 hours, 30 seconds. The enhanced breeding time is 23 hours, 19 minutes, and 52 seconds. Players can also purchase a Schmoochle on Air Island for 225 diamonds or on Seasonal Island for 500 diamonds. However, they can only be bought or bred during special events.

Listed below is are all of the best possible Schmoochle breeding combinations:

  • Air Island: Tweedle + Riff
  • Seasonal Shanty: Aux + Aux
  • Seasonal Shanty: Schmoochle + Rare Schmoochle
  • Seasonal Shanty: Schmoochle + Any Seasonal Monster

How To Breed A Rare Schmoochle

Players can breed a Rare Schmoochle by combining a Tweedle + Riff on Air Island. Breeding a Schmoochle with any other Monster at the Seasonal Shanty may also result in a Rare Schmoochle. Combining a Schmoochle and Rare Schmoochle might make a Rare Schmoochle. However, the Rare Schmoochle can only be bred during set times.

The Rare Schmoochle’s breeding time is 1 day and 15 hours, and 15 minutes with an enhanced time of 1 day, 5 hours, 26 minutes, 15 seconds. They can be bought on Air Island for 500 diamonds or on Seasonal Shanty for 625 diamonds.

The body of the Rare Schmoochle is blue, purple, and teal. The design of the body is mostly the same as the Common Schmoochle, with the exception of the stitches on the heart logo on its chest. Additionally, the decoration on its 2 heads is slightly different.


How To Breed An Epic Schmoochle

Players can breed an Epic Schmoochle by combining a Riff + Quibble on Air Island. Alternatively, they can be bred on Seasonal Shanty by combining a Punkleton and a Hoola. However, they can only be bred during specific events, like a weekend Out-of-Season event.

The default incubation time is 2 hours, 14 minutes. When enhanced, the time is reduced to 16 hours, 40 minutes, and 30 seconds. They can also be bought on Air Island for 1,000 diamonds or at the Seasonal Shanty for 1,225 diamonds.

The Epic Schmoochle is brown with multicolored hearts on its arms and a large red ribbon tied in a bow on its chest. The heads have pink horns and its wings are white. Their heads also appear to resemble melted chocolate towards the bottom of its chin and neck.


What Is A Schmoochle

A Schmoochle is a Season of Love Element Monster typically found on Air Island or on Seasonal Shanty. It was first introduced during the Season of Love holiday but has since made appearances in Out-of-Season weekend events. 

The Schmoochle is not seen holding any kind of instrument but they still contribute musically. Both of the heads sing together as a duet with a voice that is similar to that of the Mammott. The Schmoochle is known to be fond of the PomPom, the Barbloo Statue, and the Puffle Tree.


Conclusion

This guide showed how to breed a Schmoochle in My Singing Monsters. If you have further questions about the Schmoochle, please tell us below in the comments.

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