My Singing Monsters is a simulation game where you raise a bunch of cute monsters that love to make music! There are all sorts of different breeds of monsters, each with their own unique sound or voice. There are also special seasonal breeds that are harder to get, so today, we’ll show you how to breed Punkleton in My Singing Monsters!
Breeding Punkleton in My Singing Monsters
Punkleton is a special seasonal monster that can only be found during the Spooktacle season, on Plant Island. As you can probably guess, this season starts in Fall time around Halloween.
You can only breed for Punkleton during the special seasonal events, or during rare out-of-season events. These seasonal time periods only happen occasionally, so don’t miss your chance!
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The surefire way of breeding a Punkleton is to breed a Bowgart and a T-Rox together. This is almost a guaranteed Punkleton as a result, so it’s the best way to do it.
If you already own a Punkleton and you want another one, it’s best to try breeding it with another seasonal monster. You can breed Punkleton with a regular monster, but the chance of receiving another Punkleton is low. When bred with another seasonal monster, the chance of a Punkleton increases significantly.
Here’s a list of potential seasonal monsters that are good matches for Punkleton:
- Jam Boree
Once you’ve acquired a Punkleton, make sure to place it near its favorite decorations and monsters, which include:
- Spooktacle Path
- Tree Forte Tower
- Smunkin Patch
- Beeyoot Tree
At maximum happiness, Punkleton produces quite a lot of coins, so it’s very much worth it to make it as happy as possible.
That concludes our guide on how to breed Punkleton in My Singing Monster. If you have any other tips or questions, let us know in the comments below!
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