Ever wonder how to breed one of the rarest and most difficult monsters in My Singing Monsters? Well, wonder no more – in this article, we’ll walk you through the steps to breed your very own Reedling. Reedling is an ethereal monster that resembles a pink flamingo crossed with a clarinet. Don’t let its whimsical appearance fool you though – breeding a Reedling is tricky business and requires a precise combination of monsters and patience. If you follow the steps we outline here and are willing to possibly breed a few duds along the way, you’ll be the proud owner of an ultra-rare Reedling before you know it. So charge up your wishing torches, stock up on diamonds, and let’s get breeding!
Obtain Two Reedling Monsters
To breed the Reedling Monster, you’ll first need to obtain two Reedling Monsters.
- Place the two Reedlings on beds next to each other in your monster nursery. Make sure they’re close enough together so their thought bubbles pop up, showing they’re interested in each other.
Once the Reedlings start flirting and their thought bubbles turn into hearts, it’s time to activate your Wishing Torch. Tap it and select ‘Breed’ to encourage the budding romance. If all goes well, in about 24 hours you’ll have a new little Reedling egg ready to place in an incubator.
- While waiting for the egg to hatch, keep those new parents fed and their beds clean. Happy, well-fed monsters are more likely to breed again, giving you more opportunities to obtain rare new monsters.
When the egg timer runs out, you’ll have your very own baby Reedling. Place it on an empty bed in your nursery and watch it grow into an adult. Then you can breed this new Reedling when it’s mature for a chance to get even rarer natural or ethereal element monsters.
With some patience and a little luck, you’ll have a whole Reedling family – and maybe some exciting new discoveries too! Breeding monsters is one of the most fun parts of building your singing monster paradise. So get those Reedlings flirting and activate that torch – your new little monster could be just an egg timer away!
Level Up Your Reedling Monsters
To get your Reedling monsters singing loud and proud, you need to level them up. The higher the level, the better their song becomes and the more coins they’ll earn for you.
- Start by placing your Reedling on an island with other Reedlings. Having more Reedlings together increases the chance of them singing, which helps them level up faster.
- Make sure your Reedling has access to a large farm of logs, leaves, mushrooms and other reedling food. Keeping their belly full will keep them happy, and a happy Reedling sings more often. Check on their farm frequently and harvest food when it’s ready so they never run out!
- Move your Reedling around to different islands in their tribal group. Reedlings earn experience points for discovering new areas, meeting new monsters and interacting with different objects. Place them somewhere new a couple times each week to help boost their experience.
- Once your Reedling reaches level 4, you can start earning diamonds by placing them on a diamond extractor! Level 15 unlocks their second song, and at level 20 they master their final song.
With regular interaction, lots of food, frequent discovery of new places and the help of other Reedlings, your little monster will be hitting the high notes in no time. Keep working at it and that perfect tenor or soprano will be singing on your islands before you know it! Now get to breeding and good luck creating a choir of Reedlings in your singing monsters paradise!
Place the Reedling Monsters on Your Island
Once you’ve bred a Reedling monster in My Singing Monsters, it’s time to place it on your island. Reedlings prefer peaceful, natural environments, so choose a spot that will make them feel at home.
Find an open space
Look for an open space on your island that is surrounded by trees, bushes, and natural decorations. Reedlings don’t like cramped, crowded areas. They thrive when they have room to roam and play their reeds. An open clearing in a forested part of your island would be ideal.
Add some decorations
Make the space more inviting by adding some natural decorations. Things like rocks, logs, puddles, and ponds will make a Reedling happy. You can also plant some native bushes, shrubs, and flowers around the area. Adding a waterfall or stream will give your Reedling a source of fresh, running water that they love.
Place your Reedling
Once you have an open, naturally decorated space, it’s time to move your new Reedling monster in. Tap on your Reedling, then tap “Move” and select the space you prepared. Your Reedling will walk over and begin exploring its new home.
Listen for the song
When a Reedling has settled into its new environment, it will begin playing a mellow, calming song on its reeds. The song has a wooden, hollow sound with a hint of wind. Hearing your Reedling’s song is a sign that it feels happy and content in the space you’ve provided. Be sure to visit your Reedling often and make any changes needed to keep it singing its sweet songs!
With an inviting natural space, decorations to match its habitat, and attentive care, a Reedling monster will thrive on your island. Keep your Reedling happy and you’ll be rewarded with its tranquil tune.
Wait for the Breeding Process to Complete
Once you’ve bred a Reedling by combining a Drumpler and a Quarrister in your breeding structure, the breeding process begins. This typically takes about 24 to 36 hours to complete.
Breeding a new monster in My Singing Monsters requires patience. The breeding process can’t be rushed. Regularly check on your breeding structure to see the status of the new Reedling egg. You’ll know the breeding has completed when the egg hatches and a new baby Reedling appears.
Hatching the Egg
When the breeding process finishes, a Reedling egg will appear in the breeding structure. Tap the egg to hatch your new Reedling. A baby Reedling will emerge from the egg, signaling the end of the breeding process.
Placing Your Reedling
Once hatched, your new Reedling will need to be placed on your island. Tap the baby Reedling, then select “Place” to put it on your island. You can move the Reedling around and rotate it to the perfect spot. Reedlings prefer to live on plant life, so place it near trees, bushes, and other greenery on your island.
- Make sure your breeding structure is unoccupied so you have room for the new Reedling egg.
- Check on the breeding progress frequently so you know right when the egg is ready to hatch.
- Have coins on hand to hatch and place your new Reedling. Each action costs a small amount of coins.
- Consider purchasing a Nursery to help newborn monsters mature faster. The Nursery speeds up growth for baby monsters.
Patience and attentiveness are key to breeding and hatching a new Reedling in My Singing Monsters. Keep an eye on your breeding structure and don’t rush the process. Before you know it, you’ll have a brand new baby Reedling joining the song on your island!
FAQ: Breeding the Reedling Monster
So you want to breed the elusive Reedling monster in My Singing Monsters? Reedling can be tricky to breed since it requires two Rare monsters – the Rare Pango and Rare PomPom. Let’s go over some frequently asked questions about breeding Reedling.
What two monsters do I need to breed Reedling?
To breed Reedling, you need a Rare Pango and a Rare PomPom. These monsters can be difficult to obtain, so keep breeding Pangos and PomPoms in the hopes of getting their rare variants. Once you have a Rare Pango and Rare PomPom, place them in the breeding structure on the same island.
What are the chances of breeding Reedling?
The chances of breeding Reedling are fairly low, around 5-10% with the proper breeding combination. Because Rare Pango and Rare PomPom are required, breeding Reedling really comes down to luck and patience. Don’t get discouraged if it takes many tries. Keep at it and you’ll get your Reedling!
What level do my breeding monsters need to be?
For the best chances of breeding Reedling, level up your Rare Pango and Rare PomPom to at least level 10. The higher the level of the breeding monsters, the better your odds of breeding a Reedling. Level 15 is even better if you have the starpower and coins to level them up that high.
How long does it take to breed Reedling?
The breeding time for Reedling is 18 hours. If your breed time is less than that, unfortunately that means you did not breed a Reedling. Clear out the breeding structure and try again! With the right monsters and patience, you’ll get an 18 hour breed time indicating you finally bred Reedling. Congratulations!
What habitat does Reedling prefer?
Reedling prefers the Water Island habitat. Once you’ve successfully bred your Reedling, it will automatically be placed in your Water Island. Make sure you have an extra bed available for it! Reedling also likes lots of space, decorations, and other monster friends. Spoil your new Reedling and it will sing loud and proud.