|“|| Towards the end of the year, the plump and pleasant Yool schedules a relaxing sojourn on Cold Island. Its arrival is heralded by the jingle bells dangling from its antlers, and the booming resonance of its voice. Just being near a Yool produces feelings of peace and joy, so the other monsters always try and convince it to stay the whole year round .
This monster, like all Seasonal monsters, cannot breed.
The Yool is a stout, bearded monster whose upper parts are covered in white fur.
Like many species of real-life reindeers, Yools are antler-bearing, have hooves as feet, and brown hair covering their legs. Unlike a reindeer, however, the monsters are bipedal, have elf-like ears and candy-cane-patterned arms, with red and white stripes. The central part of the body of a Yool is green and has snowflake-like patterns on it.
Furthermore, all Yools have sleigh bells on their antlers, that are used by the monsters to produce their songs.
Voice actor: David Kerr
Instrument: Jingle bells
The Yool sings "Ho Ho Ho Ho" in a resonating baritone voice, as Santa Claus is supposed to do, and also shakes its head quickly to jingle the bells on its antlers.
The Yool Monster can only be bred for a limited time during The Festival of Yay , and occasionally out of season. There is one possible combination:
On September 12th, 2014 the breeding combination was changed. The old breeding combination for Yool (Deedge and Thumpies) was one of the combinations for Grumpyre; since they both had the same breeding time, you would not know which one you would get if the speed-up time was 36 hours. Presumably the breeding combination change was made to eliminate this potential confusion.
- For a list of when this monster has been available, see: Breeding Availability
- In Festival of Yay 2013, the breeding began on December 10th and ended on January 6th, 2014.
- For Vita players, breeding and purchase availability extends from December 1st to December 31st every year, based on the date set on the system.
- In Festival of Yay 2014, breeding began on December 3rd and ended on January 5th, 2015.
- In Festival of Yay 2015, breeding began on TBA data and ended on TBA date.
- For Festival of Yay 2016, breeding began on December 2nd and ended sometime in January.
- In 2017, an out of season promotion began 6/16/17. Both Yool and Rare Yool were available.
- For Festival of Yay 2017, breeding began on December 6th and ended on January 2nd (?).
- In June 2018, an out-of season event took place from 15 June to 18 June.
- In September 2018, an out of season promotion began, all seasonals were available including Yool and Rare Yool.
- For Festival of Yay 2018, breeding began on December 5th to January 2nd.
- In June 2019, an out-of season event took place from 14 June to 17 June.
- In November 2019, a Black Friday promotion took place for all seasonal monsters (but excluding Rare and Epic variants), from November 29th to December 2nd, 2019.
- For Festival of Yay 2019, breeding began on December 11th, 2019, and ended on January 6th, 2020
NOTE: Yool can only be bred or purchased during the dates listed. Any Yools on Cold Island that are obtained during that time will stay unless they are sold.
Earning Rate and Maximum Income
Earning rate is in coins 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.
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 this 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 Yool:
See the Likes page to view a complete list of all monsters' likes.
To see how efficient Yool is at generating resources compared to other monsters check:
The name "Yool" comes from the name of an ancient pagan mid-winter festival, Yule, which was later absorbed into Christmas. Yule is short for Yuletide.
Possible Monster Names
To see all possible names for Yool, see Monster Names.
- The Yool monster was the second Seasonal monster to be introduced to the game and appeared in the Market on December 5, 2012. It was initially available for purchase or breeding until 12:00 am EDT, December 26, 2012, but was extended until January 2, 2013.
- Unlike most monsters, Yool only likes two decorations, the Crumpler Tree and the Piney Tree. The same goes for the Shugabass.
- The Yool made an unofficial appearance in the Market during the Easter 2013 celebration, where it was available for purchase but without confirmation of successful breeding attempts. Officially, the Yool returned out of season with fanfare from April 30 until May 7, 2013 at noon ET. Confirmed to be available by breeding or purchase with diamonds (at an inflated price of 225).
- The Punkleton, Yool, and the Hoola are the only seasonal monsters that still cost 150 during the regular availability time.
- Being a Festival of Yay monster, the Yool has several Christmas themed names: Feliz, the Spanish word for "merry"; Frawst, a pun of "frost"; Groodolph, a pun on "Rudolph"; Kringle, and Kris, references to Kris Kringle, a name for Santa Claus; Mizzletoe, a pun on "mistletoe"; Nog, a reference to eggnog; Puddin, a reference to Christmas pudding; Reignur, a pun on "reindeer"; and Rudy, an abbreviation of "Rudolph".
- The Yool returned again in 2015 on December 3rd.
- On December 2nd, 2015, the Yool was on sale for 75 and was for early access for 24 hours.
- On June 24, 2016, all Seasonal Monsters including Yool received an element. This addition of elements to Seasonal Monsters was not yet available in-game but was shown on a post My Singing Monsters put on social media. Each element design is based on the holiday the Seasonal Monsters are based of. According to that post, the Yool got a Christmas Tree. This can be further evidenced here.
- The Yool is made to resemble Santa Claus, especially given its sound.
- Yool made an appearance in a Big Blue Bubble video teasing The Festival Of Yay 2017.
- So far, Yool has the highest breeding time amongst Seasonals.
- The word 'Yay' means 'a bow' or 'Sagittarius' in the Turkish language, possibly referring to the season's celebration time.
Rare Double Element
Rare Triple Element
Rare Quad Element
Epic Double Element
Epic Triple Element