How to breed Carillong on Magical Sanctum in My Singing Monsters

The elusive Mon-drak waits for you.

A relatively new addition to My Singing Monsters, Carillong is a seasonal monster dragon breed who appears around the time of the Crescendo Moon. They work with their beloved Chimekeeper to welcome the new year in tune and style. Here's how you can get your very own.

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Breeding Carillong in My Singing Monsters

Carillong monsters only appear around the time of the Crescendo Moon, an annual holiday that occurs around the beginning of the new year. For 2023, this event begins on January 18 and ends on January 30.

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During the time of the Crescendo Moon go to the Magical Sanctum. Once there, you'll want to breed a Roarick and Mushaboom to get a Carillong in just over a day. If you end up missing out on the Crescendo Moon event but still want a Carillong, these cute monsters can be bred at any point of the year in the Seasonal Shanty by combining a Yool with a Schmoochle. For either combination, it's not a guarantee that you'll end up with a Carillong so depending on your personal luck, you might need to breed these combos multiple times before getting your desired monster.

Once you have a Carillong, you'll be in good shape for shard production, as Carillongs produce more shards than almost anyone else on the Magical Sanctum. If you want to make your Carillong even happier and fully maximize their shard production, place a Fire Bush, Travelers' Sign, or Crescendo Moon Path near them.

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