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Dawn of Fire

Baby Bio:

Ticklish toes and the most ridiculous nose: that's the Sneyser for you! Not unlike most younglings, the juvenile Sneyser is prone to all matter of seepage--particularly the nasal variety. Trust us: you don't want to be nearby when it sneezes. Pro tip: wear a rain slicker, just in case.

Adult Bio:

Oozing charm and effluvium, the adult Sneyser provides harmonic and rhythmic support to its monster bandmates. By maintaining a low profile--literally--it uses the ground and its own topology to amplify its driving bassline, ensuring everyone feels the reverb in their toes (or their lower appendages). The Sneyser is a tad sensitive about its underbite: best not mention it.


The Sneyser is a four element monster in My Singing Monsters: Dawn of Fire that was added in the 1.10 update along with Deedge. It can be teleported to Space Island at level 10 or Cloud Island at level 15.

As a baby, it resembles a crocodile with big eyes, with a pair of small yet notable tusks on its lower jaw and a huge nose with lava for mucus. Its legs are also very small, contrasting with its rather big toes. It also has tufts of ice on the side of its face, and tiny geysers on the top of its body.

As an adult, its body is more defined and looks a bit like a hybrid of a crocodile and a hippopotamus with giant nostrils, with a notable under-bite, four tusks, and a longer nose. The ice tufts have grown as well and the geysers have expanded into a pool of water on top of its body. It gains a tiny tail as well. There is also lava leaking out of its nose. It can stretch its arms enough to touch the front of its nose with its claws.


Instrument(s): Sub-bass synth (Continent & Cloud)/Electric bass (Space)

The Sneyser's song is a powerful sub-bass synth melody sounding a lot like Sooza, except a lot deeper. It's so low that it's very hard to hear without high quality speakers or headphones.

On Space Island, its song is much smoother, sounding similar to an electric bass, sounding like the Castle from the first game.

On Cloud Island, it still retains its melody in the soundtrack.


The Sneyser can be bred by using the elements Air, Water, Cold, and Fire. The possible combinations are:

Feeding Monsters

The Sneyser will request food and/or non-food items that are the products of Structures. If you cannot give the monster the food or items it requires, you can click the New Order button. After a 15 minute wait, it will ask for a new combination of foods or other items.


When given the wanted foods or items, like any monster, it will reward you coins.


Sneyser can be teleported to Space Island at level 10 for a reward of Diamonds (Dawn of Fire)5 or Cloud Island at level 15 for a reward of Diamonds (Dawn of Fire)6. Teleport time for Sneyser is 40 hours.

Name Origin

"Sneyser" seems to be a portmanteau of the words "sneeze" (or "snot") and "geyser".


  • Sneyser is the only Monster so far which only has Space Island and Cloud Island as its Outer Islands and nowhere else. PomPom used to have this property, but was lost when it gained the ability to teleport to Party Island during the 1.8.0 update.
  • While moving a Sneyser on any Island, it generates a trail of steam behind it. The same also applies to Kayna with its smoke. Coincidentally, the two go to opposite Outer Islands (Kayna to Party and Cave, Sneyser to Space and Cloud). Similarly, the adult Candelavra produces a pair of bright flame as it moves, and also the Bakery and Candy Factory when producing crafting items.
  • On the Continent and Cloud Island, Sneyser sounds more like a horn or tuba. On Space Island, it sounds like a proper bass.
  • Sneyser was added along with the Deedge in the 1.10 update.
    • They both go to Space Island and they're both Quad Element Monsters.
  • Just like the Castle of the original game and the Shugabass, a monster of the original game, the Sneyser can only be heard easily in selected devices. Devices where the Sneyser cannot easily be heard include:
    • All iPod Touches
    • All iPhones at or below iPhone 5S.
  • Sneyser is one of two monsters teased in the My Singing Monsters Soundtrack before its release, the other one being Blipsqueak.
  • Baby Sneyser's in-game look is a bit different than it looks in the Fan Kit.
  • Sneyser's egg does not look much like the monster itself.
  • Sneyser’s first Cloud Island track sounds like the bass from Launch Base Zone Act 2 from the Sonic 3 prototype. They both sound similar.

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