How to Breed Blabbit on Water Island My Singing Monsters 2023

If you don’t know how to breed Blabbit on Water Island in My Singing Monsters in 2023, don’t worry, we have your back. We will explain when and how to get a Blabbit in MSM in this guide, both on Water Island and other places. It’s not a complicated process, but it can be tedious if you don’t know what to do. So, let’s dive straight in!

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how to breed blabbit on water island my singing monsters 2023
How to Breed Blabbit on Water Island My Singing Monsters 2023

How to Breed Blabbit on Water Island in MSM 2023

To breed Blabbit on Water Island in My Singing Monsters (or MSM) in 2023, you have to wait for the Eggs-Travaganza event. You’re in luck, because this year’s event is happening as I write these words. It will take place from Wednesday, March 29th to Monday, April 17th. That should be plenty of time to hatch a Blabbit (or, indeed, several). You just need to breed a Spunge and a Scups, and you should be good to go. By the way, as far as we know, this is the only way and place to obtain a Blabbit “from scratch.” So, be sure to make the most of the Eggs-Travaganza event, lest you have to wait for the next one.

And there you have it, that’s how you breed Blabbit on Water Island in MSM, aka My Singing Monsters, in 2023. If you want to get a Blabbit on Seasonal Shanty, teleporting is the only option. Once you’ve obtained at least one Blabbit, then you can breed it with other monsters in the hopes that you won’t get one of the parents instead. Apparently, using an Aux. Seasonal as the second parent has the highest chance of producing another Blabbit. Monuculus might be the best choice, since that combo has the shortest hatch wait time. Other good options include Gobbleygourd, Viviene, Clavavera, and others. But the first Blabbit you get will have to come from either the Eggs-Travaganza event or the corresponding Out-Of-Season weekend. Good luck!

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