My Singing Monsters is a popular mobile game that allows players to breed and collect various types of virtual creatures, known as monsters. Each monster has its own unique appearance, song, preferred decorations, and other monsters that increase its happiness.
Players can use their monsters to create musical compositions by assigning them to different sections of the song. In this guide, we will provide information on how to breed Drumpler, as well as its likes, breeding combinations, and other useful information for players looking to add it to their collection.
The Drumpler is a double-element monster that is unlocked on Plant Island in My Singing Monsters. It has the Earth and Cold elements and belongs to the Natural class. The Drumpler is a flexible creature with a tough abdominal hide that can be stretched to produce sound without causing discomfort. It has three different versions: common, rare, and epic, each with a different appearance and number of eyes.
How to Breed Drumpler Monster
Breeding the Drumpler monster in My Singing Monsters can be achieved by combining the Mammott and Noggin monsters. These two monsters have the Earth and Cold elements, respectively, which will produce the Drumpler when bred together.
Here are the possible combinations for breeding the Drumpler:
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To breed a Drumpler, players must have at least two beds available on their island and ensure that both the Mammott and Noggin are happy before attempting to breed them.
Every monster in My Singing Monsters has different things that they like, and placing these items near the monster will increase its happiness by 25%. If there is a Unity Tree on the island, the items do not need to be placed near the monster to have an effect.
It likes the following items:
Combinations Include Drumpler
The Drumpler can be used in breeding combinations to obtain other monsters in My Singing Monsters.
Here are some combinations that include the Drumpler:
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Where the Drumpler Lives:
Drumpler can be found on the following Islands in My Singing Monsters:
- Plant Island
Can Be Brought to Following Islands:
- Air Island
- Earth Island
- Faerie Island
- Tribal Island
- The Colossingum
- Composer Island
- Gold Island
Boost Earnings by Placing Decorations
Players can boost their Drumpler’s earnings by placing certain decorations and monsters near it. This will increase the Drumpler’s happiness, which in turn increases the number of coins it produces.
It likes the following decorations:
- Stritch Skin
- Smunkin Patch
- Eerie Remains
The Drumpler Likes These Monsters
Name of Monsters Who Like Drumpler
In addition to the Drumpler liking certain monsters, there are also some monsters that like the Drumpler.
- Rare Drumpler
Feeding Drumpler Monsters
To feed Drumpler monsters, players must feed them four times before they reach the next level. This will increase the coins earned per minute, as well as the maximum coins earned.
Buying Price and Selling Price
The Drumpler can be purchased for 30 diamonds in My Singing Monsters. It can also be purchased for 4,000 coins on Composer Island and 35 diamonds on the Colossingum. The selling price for the Drumpler is 4,250 coins or 3,000 coins on Composer Island.
The default breeding/incubation time for the Drumpler is 30 minutes. This time can be reduced by using the “Enhanced Breeding” feature, which reduces the breeding time to 22 minutes and 30 seconds.
Placing the Drumpler on an island in My Singing Monsters will give the player 2,125 XP.
There are three different versions of the Drumpler in My Singing Monsters: common, rare, and epic. The common Drumpler is the base version, while the rare and epic versions have different appearances and additional features.
In conclusion, the Drumpler is a unique and interesting monster to add to your collection. By following this guide, you should be able to successfully breed and care for the Drumpler. Remember to place its preferred decorations and monsters near it to increase its happiness and boost its earnings.
It can also be used in breeding combinations to obtain other monsters in the game. With its tough abdominal hide that can produce sound and its three different versions, the Drumpler is a fun and valuable addition to any island in My Singing Monsters.