So you want to breed a Ghazt in My Singing Monsters, do you? Well, you’ve come to the right place. Breeding a Ghazt is no easy feat and will require patience and planning. But with some guidance, you’ll be breeding Ghazts in no time.
First things first, you need to know what you’re getting into. The Ghazt is an ethereal monster, the rarest of the rare, that can only be bred by combining two triple-element monsters with the exact same elements. And even then, it may take many tries before you’re successful. But trust me, once you hear that Ghazt’s haunting melody echoing through your islands, all the effort will have been worth it.
In this guide, I’m going to walk you through step-by-step how to breed a Ghazt, from choosing the right monsters as parents to maximizing your chances of success. So take a deep breath and get ready – your Ghazt-breeding adventure is about to begin!
Obtaining Ghazt’s Required Monsters
To breed a Ghazt, you’ll first need to obtain its required monsters – the Entbrat and the Deedge.
The Entbrat is easy to get. Just breed any two monsters with the “double element” trait, like the Mammott and the Potbelly. Place them on an island together and in no time you’ll have an Entbrat.
The Deedge may take a little more work. You’ll need to breed a monster with the “cold element” like the Kayna, and one with the “earth element” such as the Quarrister. Some possible combinations are Kayna + Quarrister, Kayna + Maw, or Quarrister + Maw. Any of these should produce a Deedge.
Once you have your Deedge and Entbrat, place them on the same island and make sure they achieve a high happiness level. At level 15, they’ll be ready to breed and possibly produce a Ghazt!
Here are a few tips to improve your chances:
- Use enhanced breeding structures like the breeding station or epic breeding structure. These increase the odds of breeding rare monsters.
- Try breeding the Deedge and Entbrat multiple times. Don’t get discouraged if you don’t get a Ghazt right away. With each try, your chances get better!
- Consider using diamonds to speed up the breeding process. The quicker you can breed, the more attempts you can make and the sooner you’ll get your Ghazt.
- Make sure to have open habitat slots so there’s room for a Ghazt to actually appear!
Keep at it and stay patient. Before you know it, you’ll have a brand new Ghazt joining your singing monster family!
Breeding the Three-Element Monsters Required for Ghazt
To get a Ghazt, you’ll need to breed the three rare element monsters – Entbrat, Deedge, and Oaktopus. Breeding these three isn’t easy, but with some patience you’ll be chilling with a Ghazt in no time.
First, start with Entbrat. This big blue furball requires a T-Rox and a Potbelly. Place them on the same island, feed them up to level 15, and with any luck you’ll hear the special breeding song and get an Entbrat egg.
Next is Deedge. You’ll need an Entbrat and a Quibble, both at level 15 or higher. Put them on the same island, feed them treats, and there’s a chance they’ll make a Deedge egg for you. These little guys are quick on their feet, so get ready for some fast singing!
Finally, you need an Oaktopus, which comes from breeding a Pango and a Quibble, also at level 15 or above. This monster may try to grab you with its tentacles, but it just wants to give you a hug!
Once you have Entbrat, Deedge, and Oaktopus, put them all on the same island, get them singing together, and if you’re lucky, you’ll get a special egg that contains a Ghazt! With its spooky sounds and ghostly glow, the Ghazt is a monster like no other. Keep trying – your new translucent friend will be chilling out with you before you know it!
Placing the Bred Monsters on Magical Islands
Once you’ve successfully bred your Ghazt, it’s time to place it on a magical island in My Singing Monsters. The island you choose will determine which other monsters your Ghazt can breed with to produce rare and exotic monsters.
If you place your Ghazt on Plant Island, it will be able to breed with Entbrat to produce a rare Barrb. The Barrb is a hairy creature that resembles a bush. Ghazt and Entbrat both require very specific combinations of elements to breed, so producing a Barrb is quite an accomplishment!
On Cold Island, Ghazt can breed with the four-legged Furcorn to create a Grumpyre. The Grumpyre is a furry blue creature that resembles a tiny dragon. It has a permanent scowl on its face, but don’t let its expression fool you—Grumpyre is very friendly! Breeding a Grumpyre requires a precise combination of elements from Ghazt and Furcorn.
For something truly special, place your Ghazt on Air Island where it can breed with the cloud-like Congle to produce a Epic Cli-Fi. The Cli-Fi is a majestic creature that resembles a Chinese dragon. It glides gracefully through the air, floating on clouds and mist. Breeding a Cli-Fi is challenging and requires just the right combination of elements from Ghazt and Congle. But the results are well worth the effort!
In the end, you must decide which rare and exotic creatures you want to breed from your Ghazt. No matter which island you choose, breeding Ghazt with another monster will produce a special result and add wonderful music to your symphony! Keep tweaking those elements and don’t give up—with patience, you’ll be breeding rare monsters in no time!
Activating the Wishing Torch
To activate the Wishing Torch in My Singing Monsters, you’ll need to have unlocked it first through gameplay. Once you have it, follow these steps:
Gather the Requirements
To light the Wishing Torch, you’ll need a few things:
- Fire element monsters (at least 2, level 10 or higher)
- Diamonds (at least 5)
- Torches (at least 10 lit on your island)
Select the Fire Monsters
Choose two or more fire element monsters that are at level 10 or higher. Some great options include the Ghazt, Entbrat, or Potbelly. Place these fire monsters on your island.
Light the Torches
Make sure you have at least 10 torches lit on your island. If you don’t have that many torches yet, you can ask friends to light some torches for you or use diamonds to instantly light more torches. The more torches that are lit, the better your chances of activating the Wishing Torch.
Spend the Diamonds
Once you have your fire monsters selected and torches lit, click on the Wishing Torch. This will prompt you to spend 5 diamonds to light the torch. Go ahead and pay the diamonds to light the Wishing Torch.
Wait for the Torch to Activate
Lighting the Wishing Torch doesn’t mean it will activate right away. It can take anywhere from instantly up to 48 hours for the Wishing Torch to fully activate after you light it. Be patient, as the time it takes seems to be random! You’ll know the Wishing Torch has activated when you see an animation of fire and sparks surrounding it.
When the Wishing Torch is activated, there is a chance it will grant you a reward like starpower, diamonds, coins or even rare monsters like a Ghazt! You can re-light the Wishing Torch every 24-48 hours to get another chance at rewards. Good luck activating your Wishing Torch and getting great rewards in My Singing Monsters!
Breeding Ghazt: Combining Fire, Water and Earth Elements
Breeding a Ghazt in My Singing Monsters requires patience and the right combination of elements. Here’s how you can breed this ethereal monster.
Find the Breeding Pair
To breed a Ghazt, you’ll need a T-Rox (fire element) and a Pango (water element) on your island. Place these two monsters near each other in your monster habitat.
Activate the Breeding Structure
Once your T-Rox and Pango are situated together, activate your breeding structure by feeding both monsters to at least level 4. This will allow them to breed and produce an egg.
Wait for the Egg to Hatch
After activating the breeding structure, your T-Rox and Pango will produce an egg. This egg will take approximately 16 hours to hatch. Check back frequently to see if your egg has hatched!
The Egg Hatches…But It’s Not a Ghazt
Unfortunately, the first egg your T-Rox and Pango produce likely won’t be a Ghazt. It will usually be a monster that shares either the fire or water element, like a Congle or Thumpies. Don’t worry, just keep trying!
Repeat the Breeding Process
To breed a Ghazt, you’ll need to repeat the breeding process with your T-Rox and Pango multiple times. Each time they breed, there is a small chance the egg they produce will be a Ghazt. Be patient through many attempts, and eventually, you’ll hatch a Ghazt!
The key is persistence. Keep activating your T-Rox and Pango for breeding, and keep hatching those eggs. With a little luck and time, you’ll eventually breed a Ghazt to add to your monster collection in My Singing Monsters!