" With it's exceptionally long neck and perfectly pointed feathers, the elusive Turkee wants nothing more than to give thanks and help out with the traditional Monstober feast. While it has recieved many noise complaints because of its perpetually loud voice, the Turkee can always count on its fellow monsters to stand up for it with gratitude.
This Monster, like all Seasonal Monsters, cannot breed. "
Turkee is a Seasonal Monster in My Singing Monsters. It is available only during American Thanksgiving in November.
The Turkee is a tall turkey with long red legs. Like most turkeys, it's body is covered in feathers and it has a long neck with " snoods " on its chin. It has red eyes, and a short beak, to compensate for its other long features.
The Turkee is available to breed on Earth Island. When fed to level 15, like all other Seasonals, Turkee can be teleported to Gold Island.
The Turkee sings " Gobbleeee, go-go-gobleeee. Gobleeee, go-gobleeee " in a high pitched, turkey like voice. It plays during the Humbug, PomPom, and Hoola's part, and continues during the Wubbox's part.
On Gold Island, The Turkee sings "Gobble Gobble Gobble Gobble, Gobble Gobble Go-BBLE, Gobble Gobble Gobble Gobble, Goooo-blllleeee " in the same voice and pitch. It sounds very similar to the Furcorn and plays during the Mammot's entire part.
When idle, Turkee sways back and forth while glaring to the right. After a while, he stomps his foot on the ground and then looks to the left.
As stated above, The Turkee can only be bred during American Thanksgiving in November, or occasionally out of season. There is only one known combination:
- Quarrister + Thumpies
Every monster has different things that they like. For every unique object that they like that's placed near the monster ( if not using a Unity Tree), the monster's happiness will increase by 25%. Placing two of the same liked item near a monster will still only increase happiness by 25%. Below are the things liked by Turkee:
- PomPom (requires level 7 )
Monster Names Edit
Name Origin Edit
The name is a slightly altered version of " Turkey ".
- Despite Big Blue Bubble being Canadian, Turkee is released during November, which is when Thansgiving is celebrated in America. The reason for this is because if Turkee was released during Canadian Thanksgiving in October, it would clash with Punkleton's release.
- All of its names have something to do with Thanksgiving:
- " Gobblar " is a play on the phrase " Gobble " which is emitted by most turkeys ( and what Turkee says. )
- " Crans " may be a refrence to cranberry sauce, which is commonly served at Thansgiving feasts.
- " Plymouth " is a reference to Plymouth Rock.