How to Breed Riff My Singing Monsters Guide

Welcome to our comprehensive guide on breeding the Riff monster in My Singing Monsters. In this guide, we will go over all the details you need to know about the Riff monster, including its breeding combinations, likes, and where it can be found in the game.

We will also provide tips on how to boost the Riff’s earnings and information on its buying and selling prices, breeding and incubation times, and placement XP. By the end of this guide, you will have all the knowledge you need to breed and care for your own Riff monster.

How to Breed Riff

Riff

The Riff is a quad-element monster that can be found on Air Island in My Singing Monsters. It is a Natural class monster and its element combinations include Air, Earth, Water, and Cold. The Riff is available at level 7 and requires 4 beds to house.

It has a 3×3 size and can be obtained through breeding certain combinations of other monsters. It has decent coin production and is useful for beginners looking to increase their income in the game.

How to Breed Riff Monster

Breeding the Riff monster in My Singing Monsters can be a bit challenging, but with the right combination of monsters, it is definitely possible.

Here are the possible combinations for breeding the Riff:

Parent 1Parent 2Result
CybopMawRiff
QuibbleDrumplerRiff
PangoFwogRiff
ScupsMammottRiff
T-RoxTweedleRiff
CongleNogginRiff
PompomToe JammerRiff

To breed the Riff monster, you will need to follow these steps:

  1. Open the breeding structure in the game and select the two monsters that you want to breed.
  2. If the combination you have chosen is correct, you will see the Riff monster as a possible outcome of the breeding process.
  3. Start the breeding process by tapping on the “Breed” button.
  4. The breeding process will take some time, and you will need to wait until it is complete. You can speed up the process by using diamonds, which can be purchased with real money or earned in the game.
  5. Once the breeding process is complete, you will receive your new Riff monster.

Note that the breeding process in My Singing Monsters is not guaranteed, and you may not get the Riff monster on your first try. It may take several attempts before you are able to successfully breed the Riff monster.

Riff 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 near the monster for the happiness boost to apply.

The Riff likes the following items:

ItemRequired Level
Toe Jammer4
Bass String Bridge19
Leafy Sea Dragon20
Crumpler Tree19

Combinations Include Riff

In addition to being able to breed the Riff monster, the Riff can also be used in breeding combinations to obtain other monsters.

Here are some combinations that include the Riff:

Parent 1Parent 2Result
TweedleRiffSchmoochle
CongleRiffReebro
PompomRiffReebro
ScupsRiffReebro
T-RoxRiffReebro

Where the Riff Lives:

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

  • Air Island

Can Be Brought to Following Islands:

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

Boost Earnings by Placing Decorations

If you want to boost your Riff’s earnings, you can do so by placing certain decorations and monsters near it. For every decoration or monster the Riff likes, its earnings will increase by 25%. Here are the decorations and monsters that the Riff likes:

The Riff likes the following decorations:

  • Crumpler Tree
  • Bass String Bridge
  • Leafy Sea Dragon

The Riff Likes These Monsters:

  • Toe Jammer

Name of Monsters Who Like Riff

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

These include:

  • Toe Jammer
  • Rare Riff

Feeding Riff Monsters

In My Singing Monsters, it is important to feed your monsters in order to keep them happy and healthy. To feed a Riff monster, simply tap on its house and select the food option. The Riff requires 3 units of food per feeding. It is recommended to feed your Riff at least once a day in order to keep its happiness levels high.

Riff Buying Price and Selling Price

The Riff can be purchased for 150 diamonds or 16,000 coins on Composer Island, or 165 diamonds on The Colossingum. If you decide to sell your Riff, you will receive 112,500 coins or 12,000 coins on Composer Island.

Riff Breeding/Incubation Time

The default breeding time for the Riff is 1 day or 24 hours. If you have the Enhanced Breeding Structure on your island, you can reduce the breeding time to 18 hours. It is worth noting that the breeding time can also be reduced by using certain decorations, such as the Breezy Gazebo or the Breeding Tree.

Riff Placement XP

When you place a Riff on your island, you will receive 110,000 XP toward your player level. This XP can help you level up and unlock new features and content in the game.

Riff Versions

There are two versions of the Riff in My Singing Monsters: Rare and Epic. The Rare Riff has a blue and green color scheme, while the Epic Riff has a purple and green color scheme. Both versions have the same abilities and stats, but the Epic Riff can be more valuable when selling or trading with other players.

Conclusion

We hope that this guide has provided you with all the information you need to breed and care for your own Riff monster in My Singing Monsters. Remember to use the recommended breeding combinations and place the Riff’s favorite decorations and monsters near it to boost its happiness and earnings. With proper care and attention, your Riff will thrive on your island and be a valuable addition to your monster collection.

Junaid Kayani
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