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How to Breed Hoola in My Singing Monsters

How to Breed Hoola in My Singing Monsters

Even though breeding monsters takes time, it is the best way to obtain new creatures in My Singing Monsters. You can mix 2 monsters to get a unique creature that will make exciting sounds. By reading this guide, you will find out how to breed Hoola in My Singing Monsters.

Breeding Hoola in My Singing Monsters

Like any seasonal monster in My Singing Monsters, Hoola is available only during a specific time of the year. You can breed this monster during the Out-of-Season event every summer and the Anniversary Month Celebration. 

If you want to get this monster outside the event, you need to opt for teleporting on Seasonal Shanty. Also, here you can try to breed Hola with a 100% chance if you already have the duplicate.

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The only combination you can generate Hola in My Singing Monsters is PomPom (Air, Earth, and Cold element) and Pango (Air and Cold element). Breeding works only on Air/Earth Island. In other areas, you will simply fail to breed this monster. Also, you should keep in mind that breeding Hoola takes pretty much a time. You need to wait 1 day and 1 hour to breed the monster from scratch.

Interesting Facts About Hoola

Once you know all ways to breed Hoola in My Singing Monsters, it is time to discover exciting facts about the monster. Check the list below to find out the most exciting things about Hoola.

  • You can teleport Hoola to Seasonal Shanty once the monster reaches level 15
  • Hoola shares the place of the best coin producer among common Monsters with Epic Yool
  • Since 2013, this monster has been available in the game 11 times

That’s it with breeding Hoola in My Singing Monsters. Hoola is the perfect option to earn coins or expand the monsters collection. So, it would be best not to ignore this monster. And while you are here, make sure to read our guide on how to breed Yool in My singing Monsters.

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