How to Breed Humbug in My Singing Monsters

How to Breed Humbug in My Singing Monsters

In My Singing Monsters, you can breed musical monsters, raise them on the Continent, and even teleport them to the Outer Islands, where they earn coins automatically. Players can grow their monster orchestras, run a business at the Market, or even become a Skyship dealer. The Humbug is one of the various musical monsters you will find in My Singing Monsters. It is “the incarnation of the misunderstood Ethereal element of Poison.” They love warm weather and are attracted to humid places where the hum produced by their wings has the finest tone. In this guide, we will explain how players can breed Humbugs in My Singing Monsters.

How to Breed Humbug in My Singing Monsters

The Humbug’s body resembles a bee, wasp, or hornet, with charcoal-gray and light greenish-yellow hairy stripes. It has a beaked face. When idle, it remains in tempo by bending its knees like the Quarrister. Similar to all Single-Element Ethereal Monsters, Humbugs can only breed on Ethereal Island.

The Humbug can be bred using a combination of one four-element monster and one three-element monster. Here are all the possible combinations:

  • Quarrister + Clamble 
  • Quarrister + Thumpies 
  • Quarrister + PomPom 
  • Quarrister + Reedling 

There is around a 1% chance that this will breed successfully. If you perform 70 attempts, it will give you a 50% chance of successfully breeding at least one Humbug, while performing 690 attempts gives you a 99.9% chance of successfully breeding at least one Humbug. A Rare Monster can substitute any parent, with the sole exception being Ethereal Breeding Bonanzas. These increase the chance of breeding an Ethereal by 500%.

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