So you’ve been playing My Singing Monsters for a while now and have amassed quite the collection of quirky creatures. But there’s still one elusive monster you haven’t managed to breed yet – the congle. Don’t worry, I’ve got you covered. Breeding a congle in My Singing Monsters is actually pretty straightforward once you know the combination. In this guide, I’ll walk you through step-by-step how to breed your very own congle. Before you know it, you’ll have a congle singing and dancing on your islands.
Obtain the Necessary Monsters
To breed a Congle in My Singing Monsters, you’ll need to obtain the proper monsters.
First, you’ll need an Entbrat. This three-element monster produces the bass notes F and A, and is available on Plant Island for 250 coins. Place an Entbrat on your island.
Next, purchase a Pango. This double-element monster, available on Air Island for 750 coins, sings the notes D and G. Move a Pango to your Plant Island.
- Make sure to have an open bed for the baby Congle! You’ll want space next to the Entbrat and Pango.
Once you have an Entbrat and Pango on Plant Island, it’s time to get them in the mood! Place them on beds next to each other, then select the “Breed” option. Choose Entbrat and Pango, fingers crossed, and after a few hours you’ll have a new baby Congle!
Your new Congle, the “Conga Master”, produces percussion sounds and notes E and C. Be sure to collect coins from it regularly. If you treat your Congle well, in a few days it will mature into an adult and start producing more coins and a wider range of notes to enhance your song.
With the essential monsters, patience, and a little luck, you’ll be mastering Congle breeding and enjoying a new addition to your orchestra in no time! Keep working at it and soon you’ll have a whole Congle family singing together.
Reach Breeding Level on Both Islands
To breed a Congle, you need to have islands in both Plant and Cold islands at level 15 or higher. Why both islands? Congles are dual-element monsters, requiring Plant and Cold elements to breed.
Once your islands are at the right levels, place any Plant monster and any Cold monster on the breeding structure in either island. For the best odds, choose monsters that are also at level 15 or higher. Popular choices are Entbrat, Oaktopus, and Potbelly for the Plant element and Kayna, PomPom, and Quarrister for Cold.
Now, you play the waiting game. Breeding in My Singing Monsters can take anywhere from 4 hours to over a day. Check back frequently to see if you have a Congle egg! Don’t give up if you don’t get one right away – breeding is part luck.
A Congle egg will have a leafy top and icy bottom, reflecting its Plant and Cold elements. Once the egg hatches, you’ll have a cute new Congle bouncing around. Place it on any natural habitat in either the Plant or Cold island.
Feed your Congle regularly and listen to its silly sounds. When it reaches level 15, you can breed more Congles or use it to breed other dual-element monsters. Keep breeding and soon you’ll have a whole Cold/Plant island filled with adorable creatures! With patience and persistence, you’ll be mastering Congle breeding in no time.
Place Your Monsters in the Breeding Structure
To breed a Congle in My Singing Monsters, you’ll need to place two monsters with the right elements in the breeding structure.
Choose Your Monsters
Select a Congle and another monster that contains the cold element, such as a Toe Jammer, Drumpler, or Quarrister. The Congle contains the cold and water elements, so breeding it with another cold monster gives you the best chance of obtaining another Congle.
Clear the Breeding Structure
Make sure there are no monsters currently breeding in your breeding structure. Tap the breeding structure to clear any monsters, eggs or newborns currently occupying it. The breeding structure must be completely empty in order to place monsters in it for breeding.
Select Breeding Monsters
Go to your monster inventory and tap the Congle and the other cold monster you want to breed. This will prompt their info cards to appear on screen. Tap the “Breed” button on each monster’s info card to select them for breeding.
Place in Breeding Structure
Once both monsters have been selected for breeding, their info cards will show a “Breeding” tag. Tap each monster to pick them up, drag them over the breeding structure, and drop them in. Your monsters will now begin the breeding process in the structure.
- The breeding process takes 6-24 hours to complete. Check back regularly to claim your new monster!
- There is approximately a 25% of breeding another Congle. You may get another Cold monster or a Rare Congle instead.
- Be patient and keep trying – breeding the right monsters together repeatedly will eventually result in a Congle!
With the right monsters selected and placed in the empty breeding structure, you’re well on your way to breeding a new Congle to add to your monster collection. Keep at it and soon you’ll have a bouncing baby Congle joining the song in your tribal island!
Choose Your Breeding Combo
To breed a Congle in My Singing Monsters, you need to choose two monsters with the right elements to combine. The key is matching up the elements that Congle possesses – cold, air, and water.
Choose a Cold Element Monster
Since Congle has the cold element, you’ll want to choose a monster that also has the cold element, such as Deedge, Quibble, or Cybop. Any of these would be an excellent choice to breed with another monster to try and get a Congle.
Choose an Air and Water Element Monster
Congle’s other elements are air and water, so you’ll want to breed your cold element monster with one that has at least one of these elements, such as a Pango, PomPom or Oaktopus. An ideal combination would be something like Deedge (cold, air) and PomPom (air, water) which covers all three of Congle’s elements.
- Deedge (cold, air) + PomPom (air, water)
- Quibble (cold) + Pango (air, water)
- Cybop (cold) + Oaktopus (water)
Any of these pairings have a good chance of breeding a Congle. Be aware though that it can take multiple tries, so patience and persistence pay off!
Other Tips for Breeding a Congle
A few other tips to keep in mind:
• Make sure both breeding monsters are at least level 4 or higher. Higher level monsters have a better chance of breeding rare monsters like Congle.
• Consider using enhanced breeding items like a Breeding Party or Breeding Kits to increase your chances.
• Check the breeding combinations chart to make sure your selected monsters can actually breed. Not all monsters can breed together.
• Once you’ve bred your Congle, you can continue breeding it with the same combinations to try and get another one!
With the right breeding combo and a little luck, you’ll have a Congle singing on your island in no time! Let me know if you have any other questions about breeding in My Singing Monsters.
Wait for the Congle Egg to Hatch
Once your Entbrat and Congle have bred in the breeding structure on your island, you’ll have to wait for the Congle egg to hatch. This typically takes around 16 hours.
Check on the Egg Frequently
- Keep an eye on the egg in your Nursery by tapping on it. This will show you the egg’s progress as it gets closer to hatching.
- Listen for the egg to make little squeaking sounds. This means the Congle inside is getting ready to hatch!
Feed and Play With the Baby Congle
When the egg finally hatches, you’ll be greeted by an adorable baby Congle! Make sure to:
- Feed your new Congle treats like shellbeat, clamble chow, and seaweed right away. Baby monsters need lots of food to grow big and strong.
- Play with your Congle by tapping on it and the various interactive objects in the Nursery like the trampoline and scratching post. Playing helps build happiness and also speeds up the growing process.
- Check on your Congle’s happiness level and fill up its meter by feeding and playing with it as needed. A happy Congle will grow much faster!
Wait For the Congle to Mature
- It will take your baby Congle around 16-24 hours to fully mature into an adult. Keep feeding, playing with and checking on it regularly during this time.
- Once matured, your adult Congle will start producing coins and can now breed with another monster to produce eggs of its own!
- Move your new Congle to any habitat on your island. It will live happily there and you can visit and interact with it at any time.
Raising a baby Congle from an egg to an adult is a fun and rewarding part of the game. With some patience and TLC, you’ll have a new adult monster added to your singing ecosystem in no time! Be attentive to your Congle’s needs, especially as a baby, and you’ll do great.