How to Breed in My Singing Monsters

How To Breed Spunge in My Singing Monsters

Meet the strange, singing Spunge, a triple elemental monster who loves to whistle and spray water at others. This My Singing Monsters Breeding Guide will explain how to breed the Spunge in My Singing Monsters using the best combinations.

How To Breed Spunge in My Singing Monsters
How To Breed Spunge in My Singing Monsters

How To Breed A Spunge

The best way players can breed a Spunge is by combining a Toe Jammer + Dandidoo, regardless of location. Additionally, a Spunge can be bred from any combination of the Water, Air, and Plant elements. Other possible combinations include the following:

  • Potbelly + Quibble
  • Tweedle + Oaktopus

It is also possible to get a Spunge from any breeding failure that happens to include a Spunge originally. Lastly, players can purchase a Spunge for 50 diamonds.

A Spunge has a breeding time of 12 hours by default and an enhanced time of 9 hours. Below is a full list of all of the possible ways to breed a Spunge:

  • Toe Jammer + Dandidoo
  • Potbelly + Quibble
  • Tweedle + Oaktopus
  • Spunge + Rare Spunge
  • Spunge + Deedge
  • Spunge + Shellbeat
  • Any combination of Water, Air, and Plant elements

How To Breed A Rare Spunge

Players can breed a Rare Spunge by combining a Toe Jammer + Dandidoo in any location. Other breeding combinations are the same as a Common Spunge, including any combination of Water, Air, and Plant elements or any breeding failure that includes a Spunge. Additionally, a Rare Spunge can be bought for 65 diamonds.

Because of its rarity, a Rare Spunge may only be obtained at set times, such as special occasions. Once they become available, the best way to get one is by breeding. Below is a list of possible breeding combinations:

  • Toe Jammer + Dandidoo
  • Potbelly + Quibble
  • Tweedle + Oaktopus
  • Spunge + Rare Spunge
  • Spunge + Any Other Monster
  • Any combination of Water, Air, and Plant elements

It is also possible to get a Rare Spunge by breeding a Common Spunge with any 4-element Monster or a Common Spunge with a single-element Monster. Breeding with a single-element Monster takes less time to hatch, making it easier to rapidly experiment with breeding combinations.

A Rare Spunge has an incubation time of 15 hours, 30 minutes and an enhanced time of 11 hours, 37 minutes, 30 seconds. The Rare Spunge is a slightly darker green with 6 arms instead of only 2, 3 eyes instead of 2, and 2 leaves on its head instead of only 1.


How To Breed An Epic Spunge

Players can breed an Epic Spunge by combining Thumpies + Quibble on Cold Island. The only other possible combination is Scups + Oaktopus on Water Island. They can be bought but the price is set at 500 diamonds. Additionally, an Epic Spunge can only be obtained during limited timed events.

An Epic Spunge has an incubation time of 1 day and 1 hour, with an enhanced time of 18 hours, and 45 minutes. It is bright purple in appearance, with 4 tentacles, 1 eye, and 2 plant-like growths on its head. It is also translucent, with its skull, ribcage, and spine visible through its body.


What Is A Spunge?

A Spunge is a triple-element Monster consisting of Water, Air, and Plant elements. It is unlocked on Cold Island when the player reaches level 9. It does not hold an instrument but is known for its whistling, which typically follows a repeated melody.

Although it is not known for coin production, it is possible to increase its coin output by placing it near specific items or objects, such as a Dandidoo, Stritch Skin, or Barbloo Statue.


Conclusion

This guide looked at the best ways to breed a Spunge. If you have questions, let us know in the comments.

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