How to Breed Schmoochle My Singing Monsters 2023

If you want to know how to breed Schmoochle in My Singing Monsters in 2023, we have you covered. In this guide, we’ll show you how Schmoochle breeding works in MSM, including the Rare and Epic versions. It’s all very simple once you know what to do, so let’s dive straight in!

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how to breed schmoochle my singing monsters 2023
How to Breed Schmoochle My Singing Monsters 2023

Breeding Schmoochle in My Singing Monsters

To breed a Schmoochle in My Singing Monsters (or MSM) in 2023, you need to combine Tweedle and Riff on Air Island during Season of Love. That’s basically the only way to obtain a Schmoochle for the first time. Then, you can teleport it to Seasonal Shanty and breed it with pretty much any other monster. Any such combo can result in a breeding failure, which means there’s a chance you’ll get another Schmoochle. It’s best to breed it with Monculus because it has the shortest waiting time. Of course, you can always breed a regular Schmoochle and a Rare Schmoochle, which brings us to our next point…

How to Breed Epic and Rare Schmoochle in MSM

To breed an Epic or Rare Schmoochle in MSM, or My Singing Monsters, you need to do different things. For the Rare variant, you have to go through the same process as with the regular version. The only real difference is that the Rare Schmoochle is only available during limited time events. Historically speaking, these have usually been during early February. So, keep an eye out for these events and check whether Rare Schmoochle is on the list of monsters you can breed.

As for the Epic Schmoochle, you also have to wait for a limited time event that offers it as a potential “reward” for breeding. However, the monster combinations are very different. On Air Island, you have to breed Quibble and Riff, and on Seasonal Shanty, it’s Punkleton and Hoola. The latter can also result in a Jam Boree, so keep that in mind.

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