|“||Could it be? It is! It's the Epic Wubbox! This is what happens when select cubic specimens are allowed to 'ripen' in the underground vault where this species was first discovered. While still preserving its connection with the Electricity Element and acting like a neuron for its slumbering Colossal, the powered down form of this Monster has been affected by extended exposure to the ambient environment of its Island home. We're anxious to discover what it looks and sounds like, but a significant consequence of its elemental transformation is the selection of Monsters required to power it up... This Monster is the pickiest of them all! Neither Commons nor Rares will suffice - only Natural Epics can be boxed within it.||”|
|— Inactive description|
|“||The Epic Wubbox is the antithesis of the Rare variant, who traveled abroad and became more in step with the technologies and forms of communication of the human world. Instead, it communes more deeply with its host Colossal's Elemental affiliation than any of its cousins, which is reflected both in its appearance and in its musical performance. The Epics who shrunk down and are now living inside it attest that the virtual world of the Playground has never been more enjoyable, with a slew of endlessly entertaining Monster games to choose from. Wouldn't it be neat if we could somehow experience the fun and friendly competition of a Wubbox's Playground ourselves? We wonder...||”|
|— Active description|
The manner of Epic Wubbox's activation is similar to that of its common and rare counterparts, it instead requires the epic version of each monster native to the island it's placed on. However, Epic Wubbox is currently only available on Plant Island, but it's believed it will also be obtainable on the other Natural Islands (Cold Island, Air Island, Water Island, and Earth Island) as well as their Mirror variants. It may also become obtainable on Gold Island, which would require one of every Epic Natural Monster already on Gold Island to activate.
Just like the other varieties, the Epic Wubbox boxing requirement can be bypassed by using diamonds. It costs 50 for each monster to be filled and will cost 750 in total. Once one of each Epic Monster is given to the Epic Wubbox, it will activate and be able to generate coins, be able to be fed to increase its level, up to 20, and also have its own unique set of likes of certain monsters and decorations.
Boxing is done using the exact same process for the Epic Wubbox as one would for its other counterparts. The sole difference is that the monsters that must be Boxed may only be of the Epic (Natural) class. A "Box It" option will always appear in all monster menus, regardless of whether or not they are allowed to be boxed, or still needed for boxing. At any rate, a monster cannot be boxed if they are not needed. The game blocks that action and displays a notification before completing the Boxing. Once the Epic Wubbox is placed on an island, and once another placed monster is selected, an additional option to "Box It" appears. Additionally, the option to "Box it" shows up in the Nursery after the Epic is placed. Thus, monsters can go straight from the nursery into the Epic Wubbox without being placed on the island first.
After a monster has been boxed, it doesn't count towards the happiness of other monsters, even with the effects of a Unity Tree.
Technically, once a monster has been Boxed, it is "gone." It doesn't generate coins, and it doesn't make other monsters happy. If the Boxed monster was at Level 15 and had appeared on Gold Island, Boxing it on its natural island will also make it disappear from Gold Island.
The Epic Wubbox is a monster that made its debut on September 22nd, 2021. It was released in the version 3.3 update, exclusively at Plant Island. It was revealed during the HandlerCam Maintenance livestream, which started on the same day at around 15:20(?) UTC. Epic Wubbox's update released shortly after the stream ended. Strangely, despite it technically being a new game update, the update was still called version 3.3, which released at the start of September 2021 for Anniversary Month.
The Epic Wubbox still retains the same robot-like appearance as all the other Wubbox variants, but now appears to be made of the same wood as the Plant Island Colossal. Its energy core has been redesigned to look like a shiny green sphere, and the torso holding it in place has been redesigned to look like a ribcage. The electricity that acts as its arms & legs has been recoloured to green. Additionally, it appears to have 2 small trees growing diagonally outwards from behind its eyes (possibly mimicking horns), while the eyes themselves have been recoloured to green with blue irises. Its teeth are much sharper compared to its common & rare cousins, and appear to be made from the same woody material as the rest of its body. Its forearms and hands have been replaced with broken logs, and its feet are now 2 log halves laid side-by-side on dark green moss/carpet.
Epic Wubbox's sound is made up of rhythmic wooden-sounding percussive noises, producing these by performing actions such as stomping on the ground, and extending and retracting its hands. It also produces a louder wooden clacking noise as its core shakes around its torso. It also produces a metallic synth growling noise, relatively similar to the start of it's regular counterpart's Plant Island track.
Earning Rate and Maximum Income
Earning rate is in coins or shards per hour and depends on Happiness % (Likes increase Happiness), also each monster has a limit to how much income it can hold at a time. Increasing the monster's level increases the limit. Earning rate is in coins per minute, for an Activated Wubbox only (until fully "fed" it produces nothing except rest notes).
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.
|The food per level table:|
More info can be found in the Feeding article.
Every monster has different things that they like. For every unique object that they like that's placed near the monster, the monster's happiness will increase by 25%. Placing more than one of the same liked item near a monster will still only increase its happiness by 25%. If there's a Unity Tree on the island, items don't need to be near the monsters. Below are the things liked by Epic Wubbox:
- G'joob (requires level 9) ()
- Star Rocks (level 12)
- Tree Forte Tower (level 17)
- Ockulo Tree (level 13) ()
See the Likes page to view a complete list of all monsters' likes.
To see how efficient Epic Wubbox is at generating resources compared to other monsters check:
Possible Monster Names
To see all possible names for Epic Wubbox, see Monster Names.
- The sell price of the Epic Wubbox increases with each additional monster boxed, although not exactly by an amount equal to the sell price of the boxed monster.
- On release, Epic Wubbox was not present in the Recording Studio, hence its tracks could not be recorded over. This was fixed with the release of Update 3.3.1.
- It is confirmed that Epic Wubbox will go to more islands other than Plant Island, those being Cold Island, Air Island, Water Island, Earth Island, Gold Island, and a long time from now, Ethereal Island.
- The Epic Wubbox costs the lowest amount of diamonds, being at 1 diamond.
- This means that, unlike the other Wubbox variations, Epic Wubbox does not have a unique hatching time, as Monsters bought with diamonds do not require incubation.
- As of release, Epic Wubbox does not have a unique memory game sound, using it's common counterpart's sound instead. Additionally, the final animation on Plant Island was incorrect, in that it kept using the second animation, instead of switching back to the first one.
- These were fixed shortly after release, possibly when Epic Reebro released later that same day.
- It, along with the Collect All Feature was desired by the majority of the the MSM community.
- It was also asked by Smugbox on the first AMA.
- Epic Wubbox's memory game portrait is a reference to the common Wubbox portrait, which was concept art.
- Its bio indicates that My Singing Monsters Playground takes place inside of it, which is contradictory as the monsters that are playable are common forms.
- The inactivated version resembles a tree house.
- Epic Wubbox's bio reveals that My Singing Monsters: Playground is seemingly the playground boxed monsters go to inside a Wubbox
- It is stated that Epic Wubbox currently cannot enter Gold Island due to it's "unique connection to it's host colossal" based on the wording used, this fact may be subject to change.
- According to its bio, its appearance and song depends on the Colossal it stands on. This means the Epic Wubbox will look different on each island, both in its active an inactive states, and it will play a different instrument on each island.
- Epic Wubbox is the second monster whos model extends beyond its box in the Store and Fabled Book of Monsters, the first being Epic Dandidoo. This is only true after activation, however.
- Epic Wubbox is arguably one of the hardest monsters to obtain in the game, due to the requirement of boxing every natural epic on its native island.
- Due to this, it has the highest max income (over 900,000) and sell price (just under 3,500,000) in the game.
- While this may be the case, the cost to fully power up an Epic Wubbox is 750, the same price to buy a single Epic Entbrat. This means that buying the required Epics from the market instead of breeding them or buying them directly from the Epic Wubbox's inventory is a major waste of diamonds.
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