Welcome to our guide on “How to Breed Tweedle” in My Singing Monsters. Tweedle is a unique and interesting monster in the game, with its air element and unique design, it is a great addition to any player’s collection. However, unlike other monsters in the game, Tweedle does not have a specific breeding combination and can be obtained in a few different ways.
In this guide, we will show you how to obtain a Tweedle monster, including buying it from the market, hatching it from an already-placed egg on certain islands, and breeding failure with a natural single elemental monster.
We will also provide tips and tricks for increasing Tweedle’s coin production and leveling it up. So, if you’re looking to add a Tweedle to your collection, keep reading to learn everything you need to know!
It is a single-element monster of air and is first unlocked on Cold Island. It has a unique design, appearing to have two yellow fingers on the end of each wing, similar to the way a bat has claws on its wing tips. Tweedle is one of only two Natural Monsters that are airborne, the other being Cybop.
How to Breed Tweedle Monster
Being a Single Elemental Natural, Tweedle has no specific breeding combination. Instead, it must be purchased in the Market at Level 4 for 300 Coins; in the case of the Natural Islands though, the Tweedle can be hatched from an already-placed egg present on each island’s Nursery, though it doesn’t include Mirror Islands.
After a Tweedle is owned, another Tweedle may be bred as a result of breeding failure while trying to breed a Tweedle with another monster that isn’t a Natural Single Elemental. Although any other monster may be used, combinations using a Quad Elemental will result in a Tweedle 100% of the time.
Examples of this include:
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It should be noted that:
is also the combination for Schmoochle, though this monster is only available occasionally.
The Rare variant of any breeding monster can be used instead of the Common variant; and much like most Rares, a Tweedle can breed with its Rare counterpart, which will always result in another Tweedle. However, it works the same as if using a Quad Elemental, therefore never resulting in another Rare Tweedle.
Combinations Include Tweedle:
Here are some combinations that include the Tweedle:
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Where the Tweedle Lives:
It can be found on the following Islands in My Singing Monsters:
- Cold Island
Can Be Brought to Following Islands:
- Air Island
- Water Island
- Earth Island
- Fire Haven
- Fire Oasis
- Tribal Island
- The Colossingum
- Composer Island
- Gold Island
Boost Earnings by Placing Decorations
It likes the following decorations:
- Reflecting Pool
- Razzli Tree
The Tweedle Likes These Monsters:
It likes the following monsters:
Name of Monsters Who Like Tweedle
In addition to the Tweedle liking certain monsters, there are also some monsters that like the Tweedle.
- Rare Tweedle
- Rare Noggin
- Rare Mammott
- Rare Toe Jammer
- Rare Potbelly
- Rare Kayna
Feeding Tweedle Monsters
Each monster needs to be fed four times before it reaches the next level. Increasing the monster’s level increases the coins earned per minute, as well as the maximum coins earned.
Buying Price and Selling Price:
The buying price for Tweedle is 300 coins, while the selling price is 225 coins. In Composer Island, the buying price for Tweedle is 2,000 coins, and the selling price is 1,500 coins. In The Colossingum, the buying price for Tweedle is 25 diamonds.
The default incubation time for Tweedle is 4 hours. However, with enhanced breeding, the incubation time is reduced to 3 hours.
When placing a Tweedle on your island, you will earn 150 XP.
There are two versions of Tweedle – Rare and Epic. The Rare Tweedle can be obtained by breeding two Tweedles together, while the Epic Tweedle can be obtained through special events or purchases.
It is a unique and interesting monster in My Singing Monsters. With its air element and unique design, it is a great addition to any player’s collection. While it may not have a specific breeding combination, players can still obtain it by breeding with a quad elemental monster or by breeding failure.
By placing decorations that the Tweedle likes and feeding it regularly, players can increase its coin production and level it up. Overall, the Tweedle is a fun and entertaining monster to have on your island.