How to Breed Hoola in My Singing Monsters 2023

If you want to know how to breed Hoola in My Singing Monsters in 2023, including a Rare and Epic Hoola, you’re in the right place. In this guide, we are going to explain the process of breeding Hoola in MSM, both the regular and higher tiers. Let’s dive straight in!

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how to breed hoola in my singing monsters 2023
How to Breed Hoola in My Singing Monsters 2023

Breeding Hoola in My Singing Monsters

In order to breed Hoola in My Singing Monsters, or MSM, you need to cross a PomPom and a Pango during the SummerSong season. It takes a day and an hour for the process to finish. Of course, you still have to contend with the element of randomness. That’s just a fact of breeding monsters in this game. You might have to try several times; just be patient and persistent.

A few more important points. First off, the only way to get a Hoola on Seasonal Shanty is via teleportation. Second, once you have a Hoola, you can then breed it with several different monsters to get more. The list includes Clavavera, Gobbleygourd, Jam Boree, Carillong, Viveine, Spurrit, Boo’qwurm, Whiz-bang, Ffidyll and Monculus. The RNG element will still be there.

How to Breed Epic and Rare Hoola in MSM

To breed an Epic and Rare Hoola in MSM, or My Singing Monsters, you have to do different things. Getting a Rare Hoola requires you to breed the same combinations as listed above, except you have to do it during either during the Out-of-Season or the Anniversary Month Celebration events. If possible, do the breeding on Seasonal Shanty.

As for the Epic Hoola, things seem to be very different. While the availability windows are the same, the combinations are not. From what we can tell, you have to breed Fwog and Riff on Air Island, Schmoochle and Yool on Seasonal Shanty (which may also result in a Carillong), and/or Quarrister and Dandidoo on Earth Island. If you know of other combinations, let us know in the comments.

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