I’ve been playing My Singing Monsters for quite some time now. Here’s a look on my Gold Island – the only monster missing is the Wubbox. Enjoy playing My Singing Monsters and post a picture of YOUR best island in the comments
Sorry for backposting. It’s that time of the year, so I’m sorry I’ve been slacking a bit on updating this blog. This weekend saw the rare congle introduced to My Singing Monsters.
As with all the other monsters, the rare congle can be breed using the same breeding combination as the regular congle.
I hope you managed to get it – I got one – so my collection of rares is still complete.
The rare congle was available for 60 diamonds in the market.
Merry Christmas to all.
Hello all. Sorry for the very late update. It’s December and also the time to
sit back, relax and enjoy the upcoming Christmas (actually, I’m quite busy, that’s why this update is very, very late. Sorry)
This weekend we’re seeing the rare shrubb join the collection of rares in My Singing Monsters. As always – breeding is done the same way as with the regular version of the shrubb monster. If you’re still trying to get the rare shrubb, try mixing a potbelly with a noggin – that’s the combination you’re looking for.
The rare shrubb is available on these islands:
If you want to buy the shrubb from the market, the price is 40 diamonds.
Once again, sorry for the late update.
The torrent of rare monsters is unstoppable! This weekend we’re welcoming the rare cybop monster to My Singing Monsters. As always, breeding the rare version of any monster is done exactly the same way as with the regular monsters. In this case, you should try mixing a tweedle and a noggin. Buying the rare cybop monster from the market is just 40 diamonds, so if you’re low on luck and packed with diamonds, this is the way to get it.
The rare cybop is available on:
…and can be put on Gold Island like all other monsters.
It’s December, and yet again, the Yool seasonal monster is available to breed or buy. The breeding combination is the same as last year; deedge and thumpies – and only on Cold Island. The Yool is available until January 5, 2015, so you have plenty of time to get it. Have fun breeding!
Buying the Yool from the market is ‘just’ 150 diamonds.
The latest rare monster is available during Thanksgiving weekend 2014. This time the rare monster is the entbrat. The rare entbrat is available to buy or breed on Plant Island. Breeding the rare entbrat is done the same way as with the regular entbrat – mix monsters to get all four elements. If you need breeding combinations, take a look at my breeding page for the entbrat or read on.
Buying the rare entbrat on Plant Island is “just” 200 diamonds (so get breeding now).
If you want to breed the rare entbrat, try these combinations:
- Shrubb and maw
- Oaktopus and drumpler
- Furcorn and fwog
- Clamble and toe jammer
- Bowgart and noggin
- T-Rox and potbelly
- Pummel and mammott
My Plant Island after getting a couple of rare entbrats:
Sorry for the late update, but you should still be able to breed the latest rare monster – the rare spunge – for a few more hours. The spunge is the 8th monster to have a rare relative. The breeding combination for the rare spunge is – as always – the same as the regular spunge. You can get the rare spunge monster at Cold Island or Water Island.
Try one of these combinations to breed the rare spunge:
You can also buy the rare spunge in the market – 65 diamonds each.
It’s time for the 6th rare monster to arrive in My Singing Monsters. This weekend it’s the pompom that’s available to buy or breed. The breeding combination for the rare pompom is the same as the regular pompom.
Have fun breeding.
It’s weekend and time for a new rare monster to arrive. This weekend, the rare FWOG is available to breed or buy.
This weekend it’s time for the Pango to get a rare cousin. The rare pango can now be breed or bought on Cold Island, Air Island or Earth Island. Hurry up – buy or breed before it’s too late! Rare monsters are only available for a very limited time.
The breeding comnbination for the rare pango is the same as the regular. Try mixing a tweedle with a mammott