How to Breed Carillong on Magical Sanctum in My Singing Monsters

If you want to know How to Breed Carillong in the Magical Sanctum in My Singing Monsters, you’ve come to the right place. In this guide, we are going to explain which monsters you need to combine for a chance to obtain a Carillong. Sadly, there’s always the randomness factor that you have to contend with. We’ll also tell you why Carillong is important in the first place.

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how to breed carillong on magical sanctum in my singing monsters
How to Breed Carillong on Magical Sanctum in My Singing Monsters

How to Breed Carillong on Magical Sanctum in MSM

To breed a Carillong in the Magical Sanctum in My Singing Monsters, or MSM, you first have to wait for the Crescendo Moon annual event. Usually, it happens near the beginning of the new year. In 2023, it will take place from January 18th to January 30th. That should, in theory, be enough for you to manage to get a Carillong. No guarantees, though, as we’ll explain shortly. While the event is happening, head to the Magical Sanctum. Once there, breed a Mushaboom and a Roarick. After a while (about a day), you’ll get an egg that you should tap. The result may or may not be a Carillong. It’s totally up to random chance, so good luck!

And there you go, that’s how you breed a Carillon in the Magical Sanctum in MSM, or My Singing Monsters, during the Crescendo Moon event. If you miss out, don’t panic. You won’t have to wait for a year. Instead, head straight for the Seasonal Shanty. Breed a Schmoochle with a Yool. Like the previous example, there’s a chance that this coupling will produce a Carillong. Once again, it’s up to the gods of RNG as to whether they’ll show you mercy. Now, what’s the big deal around Carillon in the first place? Well, it produces tons of Shards. It’s at the top of the Magical Sanctum in those terms. If you place a Fire Bush or Travelers’ Sign next to it, you’ll increase the Shard production.

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