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* DemBones: Punkleton, Cybop, Boodoo ,Bona-Petite and Loodvigg.

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* DemBones: Punkleton, Cybop, Boodoo ,Bona-Petite Boodoo, Bona-Petite and Loodvigg.



* OurMonstersAreDifferent: These ones sing and dance.

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* OurMonstersAreDifferent: These ones can sing and dance.


** The Celestials were brought to the original MSM game in an update that also adds in Celestial Island. In that game, they start out as statues and require monster eggs to revive just like the Wublins.

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** The Celestials were brought to the original MSM game in an update that also adds in Celestial Island. In that game, they start out as statues and require monster eggs to revive them just like the Wublins.

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** The Celestials were brought to the original MSM game in an update that also adds in Celestial Island. In that game, they start out as statues and require monster eggs to revive just like the Wublins.


** ...At least, until the Wublin update, which features a new island inhabited by monsters based solely on this mechanic. However, there are a few differences: instead of the monsters themselves, the Wublins require monsters eggs that are bred and zapped from the breeding structure. There is also a time limit as to waking up each Wublin, and if you don't zap all the monster eggs in time, you'll have to either pay diamonds to fill in the remaining eggs or start all over.

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** ...At least, until the Wublin update, which features a new island inhabited by monsters based solely on this mechanic. However, there are a few differences: instead of the monsters themselves, the Wublins require monsters monster eggs that are bred and zapped "zapped" from the breeding structure. There is also a time limit as to waking up each Wublin, and if you don't zap all the monster eggs in time, you'll have to either pay diamonds to fill in the remaining eggs or start all over.


** ...At least, until the Wublin update, which features a new island inhabited by monsters based solely on this mechanic. However, there are a few differences: instead of the monsters themselves, the Wublins require monsters eggs that are bred and zapped from the breeding structure. There is also a time limit as to waking up each one, and if you don't zap all the monster eggs in time, you'll have to either pay diamonds to fill in the remaining eggs or start all over.

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** ...At least, until the Wublin update, which features a new island inhabited by monsters based solely on this mechanic. However, there are a few differences: instead of the monsters themselves, the Wublins require monsters eggs that are bred and zapped from the breeding structure. There is also a time limit as to waking up each one, Wublin, and if you don't zap all the monster eggs in time, you'll have to either pay diamonds to fill in the remaining eggs or start all over.


** ...At least, until the Wublin update, which features a new island inhabited by monsters based solely on this mechanic.

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** ...At least, until the Wublin update, which features a new island inhabited by monsters based solely on this mechanic. However, there are a few differences: instead of the monsters themselves, the Wublins require monsters eggs that are bred and zapped from the breeding structure. There is also a time limit as to waking up each one, and if you don't zap all the monster eggs in time, you'll have to either pay diamonds to fill in the remaining eggs or start all over.


** The Nebulob monster, existing only on the Ethereal Island, has what can be described as the singing voice of EltonJohn during his TenorBoy years, complete with a detectable British accent.

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** The Nebulob monster, existing only on the Ethereal Island, has what can be described as the singing voice of EltonJohn Music/EltonJohn during his TenorBoy years, complete with a detectable British accent.


* TheWoobie: Punkleton (maybe)


* TearJerker: Gold Island. It's essentially (almost) every single monster in the game gathering on one island to say ''goodbye'' to their human visitor.


** Also from Dawn of Fire, The Candelavra, the first quint-element monster. However, it only teleports to party island and space island, which only require level 5 and 10 respectively



** On a rather meta example, the Sooza from Dawn of Fire looks almost identical to the original game's Pom-Pom, but, you know, with a Tuba.

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** On a rather meta example, the Sooza from Dawn of Fire looks almost identical to the original game's Pom-Pom, but, you know, with a Tuba.Sousaphone.



** In Dawn of Fire there are Celestials which represent each element in the monster world (Plant, Cold, Air, Water, Earth, Plasma, Shadow, Mech, Crystal, Poison and Supernatural). These celestials must be obtained via Daily Star Chart.

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** In Dawn of Fire there are Celestials which represent each element in the monster world (Plant, Cold, Air, Water, Earth, Plasma, Shadow, Mech, Crystal, Poison and Supernatural). These celestials must be obtained via Daily Star Chart.a daily login game.


* ShoutOut: Some of Rare Punkleton's names are [[Film/NightmareOnElmStreet Freddy]], [[Film/FridayThe13th Jason]] and [[Film/Halloween1978 Mike]]

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* ShoutOut: Some of Rare Punkleton's names are [[Film/NightmareOnElmStreet [[Franchise/ANightmareOnElmStreet Freddy]], [[Film/FridayThe13th [[Franchise/FridayThe13th Jason]] and [[Film/Halloween1978 [[Franchise/{{Halloween}} Mike]]


* DemBones: Punkleton, Cybop, Boodoo ,Bona-Petite and Loodvigg.



* SeriesMascot: The Mammott is prominently used to promote the main games. He even has his own spin-off virtual pet app, ''My Mammott'' as well as plush toys of him among other merchandise.

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* SeriesMascot: The Mammott is prominently used to promote the main games. He They even has his have their own spin-off virtual pet app, ''My Mammott'' as well as plush toys of him them among other merchandise.merchandise.
** The Furcorn also serves as the series mascot being on the app of the first My Singing Monsters game, having its own plush toy as well as other merchandise.
* ShoutOut: Some of Rare Punkleton's names are [[Film/NightmareOnElmStreet Freddy]], [[Film/FridayThe13th Jason]] and [[Film/Halloween1978 Mike]]
** The Bowgart monster gets its name from Humphrey Deforest Bogart
** The Mammott is this to Yetis and Bigfoot
** The G'joob Monster in the Playstation Vita version of My Singing Monsters resembles Wilfred Brimley


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* TheWoobie: Punkleton (maybe)


** The new Werdos Parlsona and Tawkerr

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** The new Werdos Parlsona and TawkerrTawkerr must be purchased with 100 Relics each.
** In Dawn of Fire there are Celestials which represent each element in the monster world (Plant, Cold, Air, Water, Earth, Plasma, Shadow, Mech, Crystal, Poison and Supernatural). These celestials must be obtained via Daily Star Chart.


*** Cold Island's [[Boss]], Deedge, was given one.

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*** Cold Island's [[Boss]], Boss, Deedge, was given one.



* SpeakingSimlish: A majority of the monsters that vocalize do so in gibberish. The Pom-Pom, the Shugabush, and the Rare Wubbox avert this, using actual words when they vocalize.
* SortingAlgorithmofThreateningGeography

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* SpeakingSimlish: A majority of the monsters that vocalize do so in gibberish. The Pom-Pom, the Shugabush, and the Rare Wubbox and the Werdos avert this, using actual words when they vocalize.
* SortingAlgorithmofThreateningGeographySortingAlgorithmOfThreateningGeography


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** The new Werdos Parlsona and Tawkerr


** Averted in ''My Singing Monsters: Dawn of Fire'', where all monsters are born in their baby forms. However, in this game, [[Squick only baby monsters can breed]].

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** Averted in ''My Singing Monsters: Dawn of Fire'', where all monsters are born in their baby forms. However, in this game, [[Squick [[{{Squick}} only baby monsters can breed]].

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