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Crikey! No one can argue that G'day is a supremely cool Monster, but its origin is hotly debated. Could it be that forebears of Plant Island's G'joob got swept up in an Ethereal interdimensional portal and landed in the pocket dimension? Or maybe it's the other way around, and G'day came first and somehow migrated to the main dimension at an unspecified time. So which is it? Mythical or Magical? G'day is definitively Magical... but with just a hint of Mythical for good measure!
Monster Biography


The G'day is a gray monster with a long gray and tan snout, two flipper-like appendages that have two fingers on each, a blue mohawk, and cyan eyes. It has blue fingernails and purplish grey spots on its flippers. It has a similar color scheme to G'joob, as implied by its bio. It has tan dots on its snout, and seems to be frowning.


Audio Sample:

Instrument: Didgeridoo

It produces a didgeridoo sound from its snout, which begins to resemble said instrument when it plays.


The G'day can be bred using a combination of the Psychic Element.png, Bone Element.png, and Light Element.png elements. Possible combination(s):

Earning Rate and Maximum Income

Earning rate is in Shards per hour and depends on Happiness % (Likes increase Happiness). Each monster also has a limit to how much income it can hold at a time. Increasing the monster's level increases the limit.

Level Per Hour Shards Maximum Shards
0% Happiness 25% Happiness 50% Happiness 75% Happiness 100% Happiness
1 8 29
2 10 46
3 14 71
4 18 94
5 24 117
6 30 140
7 34 163
8 40 188
9 44 211
10 48 234
11 52 257
12 56 280
13 62 305
14 66 328
15 70 351
16 74 369
17 76 384
18 78 395
19 80 403
20 80 407

Feeding 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.

The food per level table:
Level Food Per Feeding x4 Food to Level Up Total food to reach this Level
1 15 60 -
2 30 120 60
3 60 240 180
4 120 480 420
5 240 960 900
6 480 1,920 1,860
7 960 3,840 3,780
8 1,920 7,680 7,620
9 3,840 15,360 15,300
10 7,680 30,720 30,660
11 15,360 61,440 61,380
12 30,720 122,880 122,820
13 61,440 245,760 245,700
14 122,880 491,520 491,460
15 184,320 737,280 982,980
16 276,480 1,105,920 1,720,260
17 414,720 1,658,880 2,826,180
18 622,080 2,488,320 4,485,060
19 933,120 3,732,480 6,973,380
20 - - 10,705,860

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 G'day:

See the Likes page to view a complete list of all monsters' likes.

Used in Breeding

G'day is used in the following breeding combinations:
Bred with Result Breeding Time
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File:Floot Fly.png
Floot Fly
Faerie Element.png
Psychic Element.pngFaerie Element.png
Bone Element.pngLight Element.png
Psychic Element.pngFaerie Element.png
Light Element.png
File:Rare Theremind.png
Rare Theremind
Psychic Element.png
Psychic Element.pngFaerie Element.png
Bone Element.png
File:Rare Theremind.png
Rare Theremind
Psychic Element.png
Any other monster File:G'day.png
Psychic Element.pngBone Element.png
Light Element.png
Any other monster The other monster varies Checkmark.png
Any other (non-Single) monster Rare version of the other monster varies Checkmark.png


To see how efficient G'day is at generating resources compared to other monsters check:

Name Origin

G'day comes from the Australian greeting "g'day", a shortened form of "good day", and also nods to the G'joob. Day may also reference the Light Element.


  • G'day is the second monster to extend the song (the first being Cahoot), as well as the first to gain access to the formerly known "secret verse".
  • G'day was released on June 23, 2021.
  • G'day has somewhat of an Australian theme, as shown by its name, instrument, and use of the word "Crikey" in its bio.
  • G'day was the last Triple-Element Monster released on Magical Sanctum.
  • G'day looks very similar to the G'joob, as stated in its bio.
    • It also somewhat has a resemblance to both Floogull and Sneyser, even having a similar drone to the latter, though that's most likely a coincidence.
  • G'day somewhat resembles a seagull.
  • G'day's toes are very similar to Frondley's toes.
  • G'day was hinted at in Episode 6 of My Singing Monsters: Fandemonium. When Mammott was asked about the future of the Mythical Monsters, it said that "a future undiscovered monster on a certain recently-discovered island might hold a clue". Mammott is shown to be referring to G'day, due to its resemblance to G'joob, a Mythical Monster.
  • G’day and G’joob have the same three decorations as likes: the Thumpies Totem, the Mountain Morsel, and the Inverdigus Fern. This also occurs with Quarrister and Floot Fly.
  • This is the second monster to be based off of a real life place, The first was Pladdie with Scotland.
  • G'day is with G'joob in the 3.2 loading screen.
  • Like Gob, Shrubb, Wubbox, Spunge, Floogull, Floot Fly, Sox, and Fiddlement, G'day makes its sound with its mouth.
  • G'day's snout slightly resembles that of an anteater.
  • G'day is one the new magical monsters to have a frown on its face, the other being Fluoress, and Blow't.
  • G'day's legs are similar to those of Fwog.


Breeding Eggs Feeding Likes