How to Breed Pummel My Singing Monsters Guide

Are you looking to breed the Pummel monster in My Singing Monsters? Look no further! This comprehensive guide will provide you with all the information you need to successfully breed the Pummel and add it to your collection.

How to Breed Pummel


The Pummel is a triple-element monster with the elements of Earth, Water, and Plant. It is a natural monster and is first unlocked on Plant Island. It is an amphibian with a liquid interior and a plant membrane that it hits with its purple appendages to contribute to an island’s song.

It has two tongues that can pierce through its sealed membrane, and some people believe that its upper arms are its ears, and its lower arms are its arms with hands at the end of its arms. The Pummel’s baby form in Dawn of Fire is dark blue.

How to Breed Pummel Monster

To breed the Pummel monster in My Singing Monsters, you will need to combine two monsters that have the combined elements of Earth, Water, and Plant.

Here are the possible combinations for breeding the Pummel:

Monster 1Monster 2Resulting Monster
Toe JammerShrubbPummel

These combinations have a chance of producing a Pummel egg, but it is not guaranteed. It may take several tries before you are successful in breeding a Pummel.

Pummel Likes

Every monster in My Singing Monsters has different things that they like. For every unique object that they like that is placed near the monster, the monster’s happiness will increase by 25%. Placing more than one of the same liked items near a monster will not increase its happiness by an additional amount. If there is a Unity Tree on the island, items do not need to be placed near the monster.

The Pummel likes the following items:

Item/MonsterRequired Level
Toe Jammer4
Flappy Flag9
Fuzzle Tree13

Combinations Include Pummel:

Here are some combinations that include the Pummel:

Monster 1Monster 2Resulting Monster

Where the Pummel Lives:

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

  • Plant Island

Can Be Brought to Following Islands:

  • Water Island
  • Tribal Island
  • The Colossingum
  • Composer Island
  • Gold Island

Boost Earnings by Placing Decorations

If you want to boost your Pummel’s earnings, you can try placing certain decorations and monsters near it.

The Pummel likes the following decorations:

  • Flappy Flag
  • Fuzzle Tree
  • Fossil-osaurus

The Pummel Likes These Monsters:

It also likes the following monsters:

  • Toe Jammer
  • Maw

Name of Monsters Who Like Pummel

In addition to the Pummel liking certain monsters, there are also some monsters that like the Pummel.

These include:

  • Toe Jammer 
  • Maw 
  • Blabbit
  • Rare Pummel

Feeding Pummel Monsters

In order to level up, the Pummel needs to be fed four times. As the Pummel’s level increases, it will earn more coins per minute and have a higher maximum coin capacity.

Pummel Buying Price And Selling Price:

The Pummel can be bought for 50 diamonds or 8,000 coins on Composer Island, and for 60 diamonds on the Colossingum. It can be sold for 16,000 coins.

Pummel Breeding/Incubation Time

The default breeding time for the Pummel is 12 hours, but this can be reduced to 9 hours with certain in-game items or by using enhanced breeding structures.

Pummel Placement XP

The Pummel gives 10,000 XP when placed on an island.

Pummel Versions

There are rare and epic versions of the Pummel available in My Singing Monsters. The rare version is called Rare Pummel, and the epic version is called Epic Pummel.


In conclusion, the Pummel is a triple-element monster with the elements of Earth, Water, and Plant. It can be obtained by breeding two monsters with the combined elements of Earth, Water, and Plant. Hopefully, this guide has provided you with all the information you need to breed and care for your Pummel monster in My Singing Monsters.

Junaid Kayani
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