How to Breed Quarrister My Singing Monsters Guide

If you’re a fan of My Singing Monsters, you may be wondering how to breed Quarrister. This quad-element monster is known for its unique appearance, with six heads that are each their own separate creature before eventually fusing together. In this guide, we’ll walk you through the process of breeding the Quarrister, including what monsters to use and what items will increase its happiness.

We’ll also cover where the Quarrister can be found in the game and how to boost your earnings by placing decorations. By the end of this guide, you’ll have all the information you need to successfully breed and care for the Quarrister.


It is a quad-element monster that can be found on Earth Island in My Singing Monsters. It has the elements of air, plant, earth, and cold, making it a unique and powerful addition to any island. Its name is a combination of “quarry,” where rocks are mined, and “chorister,” a singer in a chorus.

The Quarrister is the monster with the second most heads in My Singing Monsters, with the most being its Rare version. It is the final Common Natural Monster that players can unlock in the game, as it is the quad element on Earth Island, the final natural island. The largest head on the Quarrister has features that the other five do not, such as eyebrows, a uvula, a beard, and a golden crown.

How to Breed Quarrister Monster

Breeding It can be a bit challenging if you don’t know which monsters to use.

Here are the possible combinations for breeding the Quarrister:

Monster 1Monster 2Result

Some combinations have a higher rate of success, such as Reedling and Mammott or Thumpies and Noggin. Experimenting with different combinations is the best way to find out which one works for you.

Quarrister Likes

Every monster in My Singing Monsters has different things that they like, and the Quarrister is no exception. By placing liked items near It, you can increase its happiness by 25%.

Here are the things that Quarrister likes:

Item/MonsterRequired Level
Tree Hut17
Bass String Bridge19
Zuffle Tree20

Keep in mind that placing more than one of the same liked items near a monster won’t increase its happiness by an additional amount. If you have a Unity Tree on your island, items don’t need to be near the monster to increase its happiness.

Combinations Include Quarrister:

If you already have a Quarrister and are looking to breed a new monster that includes it.

Here are some combinations to try:

Monster 1Monster 2Result

Keep in mind that breeding success is never guaranteed and that different combinations may work better for different players.

Where the Quarrister Lives:

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

  • Earth Island

Can Be Brought to Following Islands:

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

Boost Earnings by Placing Decorations

In addition to increasing the Quarrister’s happiness, certain decorations can also help boost your earnings in My Singing Monsters.

Here are the decorations that the Quarrister likes:

  • Tree Hut (level 17)
  • Bass String Bridge (level 19)
  • Zuffle Tree (level 20)

Placing these decorations near the Quarrister will increase its happiness, as well as your coin production.

The Quarrister Likes These Monsters:

In addition to decorations, the Quarrister also likes certain monsters. Having these monsters on your island will increase the Quarrister’s happiness, as well as your coin production.

The monsters that the Quarrister likes are:

  • Mammott

Name of Monsters Who Like Quarrister

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

These include:

  • Mammott
  • Rare Quarrister

Feeding Quarrister Monsters

Every monster in My Singing Monsters needs to be fed in order to reach the next level and increase their coin production. The Quarrister is no exception. It needs to be fed four times before it can reach the next level. Keep in mind that the type of food you use will determine how quickly the Quarrister levels up. Using higher quality food will allow the Quarrister to reach the next level faster.

Quarrister Buying Price And Selling Price:

The Quarrister can be purchased for 150 diamonds in the game. If you’re looking to sell a Quarrister, you can expect to receive 150,000 coins. Keep in mind that the selling price may vary depending on the level and version of the Quarrister.

Quarrister Breeding/Incubation Time

The breeding time for the Quarrister is 24 hours by default. However, if you have the enhanced breeding time feature, the Quarrister will only take 18 hours to breed. Keep in mind that breeding time can vary depending on the monsters you use and whether or not you have any breeding time bonuses active.

Quarrister Placement XP

When you place a Quarrister on your island, you’ll receive 110,000 XP. This XP can be used to level up and unlock new features in the game.

Quarrister Versions

There are two versions of the Quarrister in My Singing Monsters: rare and epic. The rare Quarrister can be obtained through breeding or by purchasing it in the market. The epic Quarrister can only be obtained through special events or by purchasing it in the market. Both versions have different coin production rates and may have different requirements for breeding.


The Quarrister is a unique and powerful monster in My Singing Monsters. With its quad-element abilities and six heads, it’s a valuable addition to any island. By following this guide, you’ll be able to successfully breed and care for a Quarrister of your own. Remember to use the right combination of monsters and place liked items and decorations near the Quarrister to increase its happiness and coin production. With a bit of patience and experimentation, you’ll be able to breed and nurture a Quarrister of your own in no time.

Junaid Kayani
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