So you want to breed a Yool in My Singing Monsters, do you? Well you’ve come to the right place. Breeding the elusive Yool monster is no easy feat, but follow this guide and you’ll be hearing its soothing lullabies on your island before you know it. We all know how frustrating it can be trying to figure out the right combination of monsters to breed something new. But don’t worry, we’ve done all the guesswork for you. Just make sure you have plenty of coins saved up, some patience, and an open space on your island. In a few short days, you’ll have a cute new Yool hopping and singing around, bringing a little extra joy and wonder to your monster paradise.
Unlocking the Yool Habitat
To breed the elusive Yool monster, you first need to unlock its natural habitat. This isn’t easy, but with some patience you’ll be well on your way.
First, you’ll need to have upgraded your castle to at least level 15. This provides enough space for the Yool habitat. If you’re not there yet, keep upgrading – it’ll be worth it!
Once you’ve unlocked the habitat, you need to fill it with monsters that Yool likes to hang out with. Place a few PomPoms, Clamble, and Pango in the habitat. These fuzzy fellas are Yool’s best buds.
Now comes the hard part – waiting. Yool is a rare monster, so it can take time for one to visit your habitat. Check back frequently though, because when a Yool does appear, you’ll need to breed it quickly before it disappears!
When a Yool shows up, select it and choose ‘Breed’ right away. Select any of the monster friends you placed in the habitat and breed them with the Yool. If all goes well, in around 16-24 hours you’ll have a Yool egg ready to place in your nursery!
Once the egg hatches, you’ll have your very own Yool. Congrats! Keep breeding more Yools to get different traits. With patience and persistence, you’ll have a whole pack of these adorable furballs singing on your island.
Breeding the Yool may require diligence, but the reward of these charming creatures is well worth the effort. Stay dedicated and don’t lose hope – your Yool paradise is within reach!
Obtaining Yool Eggs
To get your hands on Yool eggs, you’ll need to breed the right combination of monsters. The key is understanding which monsters are “cold” and which are “warm” – you’ll need one of each to breed Yool.
Cold monsters include Trox, Pango, and Cybop. Warm monsters include Drumpler, Quarrister, and Quibble. Now you just need to pick one from each group and place them on an island together.
Once your cold and warm monsters are happily cohabiting, you’ll need to raise the island’s happiness level. Make sure your monsters have plenty of space, beds, lighting, and decorations. Keep them well fed and entertained. The higher the happiness, the more likely they are to breed.
Be patient, as breeding can take time. But if you see your monsters dancing and hearts appear above their heads, congrats – that means eggs are on the way! The eggs will appear in a nest and take time to hatch, usually around 24 to 48 hours.
When the eggs hatch, you’ll either end up with more cold, warm, or a combination of the two monsters. But if you’re lucky, you might just get a Yool! Yool eggs are blue with yellow spots, so keep an eye out. Once hatched, Yool will toot a little tune to announce its arrival.
Raising a Yool is pretty easy. Keep it fed and happy, give it room to hop around, and enjoy its silly song and dance. If you follow these tips, you’ll have a bouncing baby Yool in no time. Good luck breeding your new favorite monster!
Hatching Yool Eggs in the Nursery
Once your Yool eggs have incubated in the breeding structure for the allotted time, it’s time to move them to the nursery to hatch and raise the new Yool babies.
Choosing an Open Nursery
First, you’ll need to select an open nursery habitat in your monster world. Look for one that currently has no eggs or monsters occupying it. The nursery should be a suitable environment for raising baby Yools, with features they require like fresh water, vegetation, and shelter.
Placing Eggs in the Nursery
Gently move your Yool eggs into the open nursery habitat. Take care not to crack or damage the eggs during transport. Place the eggs evenly spaced in a circle within the nursery. Make sure each egg has plenty of room and is not crowded.
- Do not stack the eggs on top of each other.
- Keep eggs away from the edges and corners of the nursery.
Feeding and Caring for Baby Yools
Once the eggs hatch, the baby Yools will emerge. They will make a chirping sound to indicate they have hatched. You’ll need to regularly feed the newborns every few hours by selecting the “Feed Baby Yools” option. Drop food items like shrimp, fish, and seaweed into the nursery habitat.
- Do not overfeed the baby Yools. Only provide enough food for them to eat in one sitting.
- Empty the nursery of any uneaten food after a few hours to avoid spoilage.
Baby Yools also require attention and affection to grow into healthy adults. Play with, scratch, and interact with the Yools daily by selecting the “Play With Baby Yools” option. This helps to increase their happiness and speeds up their growth into mature Yools that can join your monster song.
With the proper care and nurturing, your baby Yools will mature into adults in around 2-3 days. Once fully grown, move them into your main monster habitat so they can join in the song! Raising baby Yools requires dedication, but will be rewarding once you hear their melodic tones in your monster choir.
Feeding Baby Yoolets
Once your Yoolets hatch, it’s important to feed them regularly so they can grow into healthy adult Yools. Baby Yoolets need to eat often, so check on them frequently throughout the day and night.
For the first few days after hatching, feed your Yoolets every 2-3 hours. As they get older, you can space out feedings to every 4-6 hours. By the time they’re juveniles, 3 feedings a day is typical. Always have food available in case a Yoolets wants an extra snack.
- For newborns, offer 1-2 drops of formula at a time using an eyedropper or syringe.
- As they grow, increase to 3-5 drops per feeding.
- By 1 week old, Yoolets can have 10-15 drops at a time.
- At 2-3 weeks, you can introduce mushy foods like mashed fruit in addition to formula.
Choosing a Formula
For the first month, feed Yoolets a specialized monster formula made of protein, nutrients, and minerals. Options include Yoolets Chow, Monster Mash, and Singing Snacks. Follow the directions on the packaging to properly prepare and warm the formula before feeding.
- Never give Yoolets regular cow’s milk, as they cannot digest it properly.
- Always test the temperature of the formula before feeding to ensure it’s lukewarm.
Weaning Off Formula
At around 1 month of age, Yoolets can start weaning off formula and eating more solid foods. Continue offering formula 2-3 times a day while also providing small amounts of mashed fruits, vegetables, and protein sources like worms and bugs. By 6-8 weeks, Yoolets can get most nutrition from solids and only need 1 bottle of formula per day.
With regular feedings of age-appropriate foods and lots of TLC, your baby Yoolets will grow big and strong. Before you know it, they’ll be singing, dancing, and playing on Wublin Island with the rest of your monsters!
Leveling Up Your Yool
Once you’ve bred your Yool, it’s time to level it up! Leveling up your monster increases its size, unlocks new animations and sounds, and allows it to earn more coins. The higher the level, the more impressive your Yool will become.
Feeding Your Yool
The key to leveling up your Yool is keeping it well fed. Feed your Yool treats like Yool Drops, Yool Bars and Yool Cakes. Treats can be purchased with coins or diamonds. Feed your Yool as many treats as possible, as often as possible. The more it eats, the faster it will level up.
- Yool Drops (5 coins): Low level treats, feed in large amounts.
- Yool Bars (15 coins): Mid-level treats, feed regularly.
- Yool Cakes (30 diamonds): High-level treats, feed occasionally as a special treat.
Playing With Your Yool
In addition to feeding your Yool, you need to regularly interact with it by tapping the screen to get its attention, then double-tapping its mouth when it opens wide to feed it a treat. Pet, scratch and tickle your Yool frequently. Playing with your Yool improves its mood and increases leveling speed. The happier your Yool is, the faster it will level up.
As your Yool levels up, it will reach important milestones:
Level 4: Yool grows to teen size.
Level 8: Yool grows to adult size.
Level 12: Yool grows to elder size.
Level 16: Yool reaches maximum level and size.
Leveling up your Yool to its maximum level of 16 is very rewarding. An elder Yool is an impressive sight and earns the most coins! With regular interaction and the best treats, you’ll have a level 16 Yool in no time. Keep at it – the higher the level, the more awesome your Yool becomes!