How to Breed Hoola My Singing Monsters Guide

Are you looking to breed the mischievous and playful Hoola in My Singing Monsters? In this guide, we will provide you with all the information you need to successfully breed a Hoola in My Singing Monsters.

We will cover the combinations you can use, the items and monsters that the Hoola likes, and how to boost its happiness and coin production. With this information, you’ll be well on your way to adding a Hoola to your collection of monsters.

How to Breed Hoola

Hoola

Hoola is a seasonal monster that celebrates the SummerSong season and can be found on the Air and Earth Islands. It is classified as a seasonal monster and is only available at certain times of the year.

Hoola is known for its good coin production when collected multiple times per day, and they have the best coin production of all common monsters, with only Epic Yool producing more coins. Once a Hoola is fed to level 15, it can be teleported to the Seasonal Shanty.

How to Breed Hoola Monster

Breeding a Hoola in My Singing Monsters requires a bit of strategy and patience.

Here are the possible combinations for breeding the Hoola:

Monster 1Monster 2Result
PomPomPangoHoola

These two monsters have a chance of producing a Hoola when bred together. It is important to note that breeding combinations in My Singing Monsters can be unpredictable, and you may not always get the monster you are trying to breed on the first try. It may take several attempts and a bit of patience to successfully breed a Hoola.

Hoola Likes

To keep your Hoola happy and productive, you will want to place certain items and monsters near it.

The Hoola likes the following items:

ItemLevel Required
TweedleLevel 4
SummerSong PathLevel 17
Tree HutLevel 17
Tree Forte TowerLevel 17
CastanevineLevel 18

Placing any of these items near your Hoola will increase its happiness by 25%. It is worth noting that placing more than one of the same liked items near a Hoola will not increase its happiness by an additional amount. If you have a Unity Tree on your island, items do not need to be placed near the Hoola for it to receive the happiness bonus.

Combinations Include Hoola:

In addition to being bred directly, Hoolas can also be obtained through breeding combinations that include them.

Here are some combinations that include the Hoola:

Monster 1Monster 2Result
HoolaGobbleygourdHoola
HoolaClavaveraHoola
HoolaViveineHoola
HoolaJam BoreeHoola
HoolaCarillongHoola
HoolaWhiz-bangHoola
HoolaMonculusHoola
HoolaFfidyllHoola
HoolaBoo’qwurmHoola
HoolaSpurritHoola

It is important to note that these combinations may not always result in a Hoola, and you may end up with one of the parent monsters instead. Using Rare variants of the breeding monsters may increase the chances of success. Additionally, keep in mind that breeding combinations in My Singing Monsters can be unpredictable, so it may take several attempts and a bit of patience to successfully breed a Hoola using these combinations.

Where the Hoola Lives:

The Hoola can be found on the following Islands in My Singing Monsters:

  • Air Island

Can Be Brought to Following Islands:

  • Earth Island
  • Seasonal Shanty
  • The Colossingum
  • Gold Island

Boost Earnings by Placing Decorations

To boost your Hoola’s earnings in My Singing Monsters, you can place certain decorations and monsters near it.

The Hoola likes the following decorations:

  • Tree Hut
  • Tree Forte Tower
  • Castanevine

Placing any of these decorations near your Hoola will give it a 25% earning bonus. By placing multiple decorations that the Hoola likes near it, you can increase its earning bonus up to 100%.

The Hoola Likes These Monsters:

In addition to decorations, the Hoola also likes certain monsters.

It likes the following monsters:

  • Tweedle

Placing a Tweedle monster near your Hoola will give it a 25% earning bonus.

Name of Monsters Who Like Hoola:

  • Rare Hoola

Feeding Hoola Monsters

To raise your Hoola to the next level in My Singing Monsters, you will need to feed it four times. Each time you feed your Hoola, it will earn coins, and its maximum coin-earning potential will increase.

Hoola Buying Price And Selling Price:

Hoola can be purchased for 225 diamonds on the Air and Earth Islands, 500 diamonds on the Seasonal Shanty, and 250 diamonds on the Colossingum. They can be sold for 168,750 coins.

Hoola Breeding/Incubation Time

The default breeding/incubation time for a Hoola is 1 day and 1 hour. However, using the enhanced breeding/incubation time of 18 hours and 45 minutes will allow you to breed a Hoola faster.

Hoola Placement XP

When you place a Hoola on one of your islands in My Singing Monsters, it will earn you 110,000 placement XP.

Hoola Versions

There are two different versions of the Hoola available in My Singing Monsters:

  • Rare Hoola
  • Epic Hoola

The Rare Hoola is a more powerful version of the Hoola that has better coin production and a unique appearance. The Epic Hoola is the most powerful version of the Hoola and has the highest coin production of any Hoola variant.

Conclusion

In conclusion, breeding and caring for a Hoola in My Singing Monsters requires a bit of strategy and patience. However, with the right approach, you can add this playful monster to your collection and watch it bring joy to your island.

Junaid Kayani
Junaid Kayani

As a technology enthusiast and passionate gamer, Junaid writes about the latest trends in video gaming and technology. Follow him for in-depth guides and expert insights on the intersection of gaming and tech.

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