How To Breed Ffidyll In My Singing Monsters

Check out how to breed Ffidyll in My Singing Monsters.

Ffidyll is a violin-playing clover monster and many players are wondering how to breed it in My Singing Monsters. If you too are one of them then you’re at the right place. In this game, you can get new monsters and unlock new islands. These islands have a song of their own and you can add monsters to join the harmony. However, some monsters are rare like Seasonal ones. In this guide, we will tell you how to breed one such monster.

My Singing Monsters: How to Breed Ffidyll

Combine pladdie and foot fly to breed Ffidyll
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The first thing you should know is that this is a seasonal monster and is only available during the Cloverspell season or the Seasonal Shanty. You can find it on Faerie Island. To breed Ffidyll in My Singing Monsters, all you need to do is combine Pladdie + Floot Fly. Here are some simple steps to get this monster:

  1. Select the Breeding Structure to open the menu.
  2. Then, click on Pladdie and Foot Fly to select them and hit Breed.
  3. Once you do that, wait for 22 hours and 44 minutes for the breeding process to complete.
  4. If you want, you can speed up the breeding process with Diamonds.

Once you get this monster, make sure you place it near things it likes. This can be either other monsters or decorations. Once you do this, Ffidyll’s happiness will increase by 25%. However, placing the same item next to Ffidyll will not increase it by an additional amount. Moreover, if the island has a Unity Tree, then you don’t have to place the items in its vicinity.

That being said, here are all the monsters and decorations that Ffidyll likes:

  • Pladdie (requires level 9)
  • Cloverspell Path (requires level 18)
  • Babayag Tower (requires level 15)
  • Fuzzle Tree (requires level 13)
  • Guitree (requires level 16)

Increasing the happiness of Ffidyll will increase its coin production. This monster already has a high coin production so make sure you make full use of it.

That’s all from us on how to breed Ffidyll in My Singing Monsters. While you’re here, make sure you also check out how to breed Anglow.