How to Breed Blabbit in My Singing Monsters – Breeding Guide


My Singing Monsters is quite an interesting game where you need to breed various monsters and listen to their songs. Your creatures will help you to progress in the game. So, you should focus on getting as many monsters as possible. Some of these creatures are really problematic to obtain and in this article, we are going to talk about such a monster. This guide will tell you how to breed Blabbit in My Singing Monsters.

Who Is Blabbit in My Singing Monsters?

My Singing Monsters is a game with a huge list of monsters that you can breed. These creatures are divided into a few categories. One of them is called seasonal monsters and it consists of various rare creatures. Today we are going to talk about one of these monsters.

Blabbit is a seasonal monster in My Singing Monsters. It can be encountered during the Eggs-Travaganza event which is usually held in March and April. So, you may want to know how to breed this monster and we will help you.

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How to Breed Blabbit in My Singing Monsters

Blabbit in My Singing Monsters can be obtained with help of Spunge and Scups. In order to breed it, you will need to wait for the Eggs-Travaganza seasonal event. Also, you will have to combine your Spunge and Scups on Water Island as the event is usually held on it.

Blabbit is a cool creature and we will be glad if this guide helps you to learn how to breed it. The Eggs-Travaganza event is based on Easter and will likely begin really soon. Also, you could check our guide on how to breed another seasonal monster called Carillong. Good luck with your further adventures in My Singing Monsters!

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