Have you ever wondered how to get a Pummel in My Singing Monsters? Well you’ve come to the right place. Breeding a Pummel, that adorable monster that looks like a walking acorn, is actually pretty easy once you know the secret. You’re going to need a Shellbeat and a PomPom to make the magic happen. Place them on your island, feed them up to level 4, and make sure they’re close enough to start making googly eyes at each other. Give them some time to work their monsterly charms, and before you know it you’ll hear the pitter patter of little feet – your new Pummel will emerge from its egg ready to sing its heart out. Keep reading to get all the details on how to breed your own Pummel. You’ll be up to your eyeballs in acorns in no time!
What Is Pummel? The Only Way to Breed
Pummel is a rare Magical Monster in My Singing Monsters that’s a lot of fun once you finally breed one. The only way to get a Pummel is by breeding a Potbelly and a Bowgart.
To breed a Pummel, here’s what you need to do:
- Make sure you have a Potbelly and a Bowgart on your island. If you don’t have these two monsters already, you’ll need to breed or buy them to get started.
- Place the Potbelly and Bowgart on beds next to each other. They need to be right beside one another or the breeding won’t work.
- Make sure both monsters are at least level 4 or higher. Breeding monsters have a better chance of success when they’re higher levels. If your monsters aren’t level 4 yet, feed them treats until they reach the right level.
- Have at least one wishing torch, preferably more, lit near the breeding monsters. Wishing torches increase your chances of breeding rare monsters.
- Wait and see if Pummel hatches! It can take up to 2 days for the egg to hatch. Sometimes it may take a few tries breeding the Potbelly and Bowgart before you get a Pummel. Don’t give up!
With some patience and the right combination of monsters, that egg will eventually crack open to reveal a bouncing baby Pummel. Once you have one, you can breed it with other Pummels or the monsters used to breed it to get more. Before you know it, your island will be hopping with these fun little creatures!
Breeding Pummel: The Requirements
To breed a Pummel in My Singing Monsters, you’ll need to gather a few key monsters first.
- Start with a Quarrister and Clamble, both Earth monsters. Place them on your island and make sure they’re happy by feeding them to level 4 or higher.
- Next, you’ll need a rare monster – either a Riff or a Reedling. The Riff is also an Earth monster, while the Reedling is part Plant. Either one will work, so go with whatever rare monster you have or prefer. Feed it to at least level 4 as well.
- Now you wait. Once the Quarrister, Clamble and your chosen rare monster are on the island together, there’s a chance they’ll breed a Pummel. This can take a while though, up to a few days. Be patient!
- Watch for an egg to appear. When the monsters breed, an egg with a question mark will show up. Tap the egg, and after a few hours it will hatch into a Pummel! Your new monster baby will start out at level 1, so make sure to feed and care for it right away.
- If the monsters don’t breed at first, keep them well-fed and happy. You may also try rearranging them on the island or adding another monster to the mix. Sometimes a little change can inspire the breeding!
With some luck and the right combination of Earth and Plant monsters chilling together on your island, you’ll breed a bouncing baby Pummel in no time. Keep at it – that little guy will make a great addition to your singing tribe!
How to Get a Pummel: Step-by-Step Guide
To get a Pummel monster in your Singing Monsters game, you’ll need to breed one. Breeding monsters requires patience and luck, but with some tips you’ll increase your chances.
Choose the Right Breeding Pair
The key to breeding a Pummel is pairing a Thumpie and a Potbelly – these are the “parent” monsters that can produce a Pummel. Both monsters must be at least level 4 to breed. Place them on an island with empty beds for the new monster.
Upgrade Your Breeding Structure
- Higher level breeding structures like the Epic Breeding Structure or Monolithic Breeding Structure improve your chances of getting rare monsters like the Pummel. Upgrade your structure to the highest level you can.
Light Those Torches!
- Have friends light your torches every day. Lit torches significantly increase breeding odds. Return the favor and light your friends’ torches too.
Be Patient and Keep Trying
- Not every pairing will produce a Pummel. Sometimes it can take many tries, so keep putting that Thumpie and Potbelly in the breeding structure. The more you breed them, the more likely you are to get a Pummel.
- It can take up to 48 hours for a new monster to be ready to place in your game. Check back regularly to see if you’ve finally bred a Pummel! Once the new monster is ready, you may have to try a few different islands before you find an empty bed to place it in.
- If after days or weeks of trying you still haven’t bred a Pummel, take a break from that island and come back to it later. Sometimes a little time away can help re-set your odds.
With patience and persistence, you’ll be welcoming a Pummel into your monster family before you know it. Keep at it – your new little furball will be singing on your island in no time!
Pummel Breeding Tips and Tricks
Breeding Pummel in My Singing Monsters requires patience and the right combination of monsters. Here are some tips to help speed up the process:
Use Rare Monsters
Using rare versions of monsters, like Rare Quarrister, increases your chances of breeding a Pummel. Rare monsters have a higher chance of producing rare offspring, so start with them if you have them.
Try Different Combinations
Don’t stick to just one pairing. Switch up which monsters you’re breeding together. Some combinations that have been successful for Pummel include:
- Rare Quarrister and Rare Cybop
- Rare Quarrister and Rare Reedling
- Rare Quarrister and Common Cybop
The more you experiment, the more likely you’ll stumble upon the right mix.
Level Up Your Monsters
The higher the level of your breeding monsters, the better your odds of getting a rare monster like Pummel. If you have the resources, level your Quarrister, Cybop, Reedling or other monsters to at least level 10 before breeding them.
Even when using rare, high-level monsters, breeding a Pummel can take time and many attempts. Don’t get discouraged if you don’t get one right away. Keep at it, clearing out your breeding structure and trying again. With diligence, you’ll eventually breed a Pummel!
Speed Up Breeding
Using diamonds can speed up the breeding process, allowing you to cycle through more attempts in less time. If you choose to use this method, start with just speeding up a few at a time, so you have a chance to earn more diamonds from other activities. Only speed up additional breedings once you’ve earned more diamonds.
With the right techniques and patience, you’ll be well on your way to breeding a Pummel for your monster collection! Keep at it and don’t lose hope. Your little blue fur ball will be singing on your island before you know it!
Common Questions About Breeding Pummel
How long does it take to breed a Pummel?
Breeding a Pummel in My Singing Monsters can take some time and patience. The breeding process itself only takes about 4 hours, but actually getting the right combination of monsters to breed a Pummel can take days or even weeks of trying.
- The Pummel is bred using a Bowgart and a Congle, two 3-element monsters that must first be bred and raised to at least level 4.
- The Bowgart and Congle each take 16-24 hours to breed and hatch, and then several days of feeding and playing to raise to the necessary level.
- Once you have a level 4 Bowgart and Congle, place them on the same island and wait for them to request breeding. This can happen quickly or may take days.
- When they do breed, the resulting Pummel egg will take 4 hours to hatch.
So all told, you’re likely looking at a minimum of about a week to breed a Pummel, and possibly 2-3 weeks depending on how long it takes to breed the prerequisite monsters and for them to request breeding. But with some luck and persistence, you’ll have a bouncing baby Pummel joining your island’s song before you know it!
What other monsters can Pummel breed with?
The Pummel, being a 4-element ethereal monster, can breed with a variety of other monsters to produce some interesting new creatures. Some possibilities include:
- Congle (3 elements) – Can produce another Pummel or a rare PomPom
- Bowgart (3 elements) – May produce another Pummel, PomPom, or Floot-Floot
- Reedling (3 elements) – Could result in a Floot-Floot or PomPom
- Any other 4-element ethereal monster – Will produce another Pummel or other ethereal monsters like Entbrat, Deedge, etc.
So in short, Pummel can breed with any 3 or 4 element monster, ethereal or not, giving you lots of options to expand your song and discover new monsters on your islands. The possible results are numerous, so get breeding and see what musical creatures you can conjure up!