So you’ve been playing My Singing Monsters for a while now and have collected quite the array of quirky creatures on your islands. But now you’ve got your eye on breeding a Shugabush, one of the rarest monsters in the game. Don’t worry, with some patience and the right combination of monsters, you’ll be hearing its sweet lullaby in no time. Breeding a Shugabush is no easy task, but we’re here to walk you through the steps. Before you know it, the colorful flower on its head will be blooming and adding some extra whimsy to your islands. Are you ready to take your My Singing Monsters game to the next level? Then let’s get started!
What Is a Shugabush?
So, you want to breed a Shugabush in My Singing Monsters, huh? Well, you’ve come to the right place. The Shugabush is one of the more elusive monsters, but with a little patience you’ll be enjoying its sweet singing in no time.
The Shugabush is a nature-themed monster that resembles a colorful bush. It has pink leaves, blue berries, and yellow flowers sprouting from its head. The Shugabush’s song is very melodic and whimsical, perfect for any nature-inspired island.
To breed a Shugabush, you’ll need an Entbrat and a Bowgart. Place these monsters on any natural island, like Plant, Cold, or Air. Make sure to level both monsters up to at least level 4. Next, light some wishing torches (the more the better!) and keep the monsters on the island for a few days.
- Check back frequently to see if there’s an egg. The combination can take up to 3 or 4 days to produce an egg.
- Once you spot a striped egg, congratulations! Your very own Shugabush will hatch in no time.
- Be patient if it takes a while. The RNG in this game can be tricky, but with perseverance you’ll get your Shugabush.
With a little luck and the right technique, you’ll have a Shugabush producing its mellow melody on your island. Enjoy this whimsical new monster and happy breeding! Let me know if you have any other questions on how to breed monsters in My Singing Monsters.
Breeding Requirements for a Shugabush
To breed a Shugabush on My Singing Monsters, you’ll need to meet a few requirements first.
- Have at least one open breeding structure like a breeding station, nursery, or hatchery on any island. The Shugabush specifically requires a breeding station, so make sure you have one available.
- Obtain at least one Entbrat and one PomPom. These two monsters are required to breed a Shugabush. Place them both in the breeding station and select “breed” to start the process.
- Have at least 50 coins on hand to begin breeding. The Shugabush breeding process takes 16 hours to complete and uses 50 coins. Check back regularly to collect your new monster!
- Consider upgrading your breeding station to reduce breeding times. Upgrading to higher levels like a nursery or hatchery can cut the Shugabush breeding time in half to only 8 hours. The small investment of resources to upgrade is worth the reduced wait time.
- Be patient through the breeding process and any failed attempts. Breeding a Shugabush is not guaranteed and can take a few tries before you’re successful. Don’t get discouraged – with a little perseverance, you’ll have a new Shugabush joining your monster family before you know it!
If you follow these key steps, you’ll set yourself up for Shugabush breeding success on My Singing Monsters. With the right monsters, an open breeding station, coins on hand, and a little luck, your Shugabush will be ready to hatch and fill your islands with its melodic sounds. Good luck!
How to Get a Rare Shugabush
Getting a rare Shugabush in My Singing Monsters requires some patience and strategy. By breeding the right combinations of monsters, you’ll increase your chances of hatching this special creature.
Choose the Right Breeding Pair
The Shugabush can only be bred by combining a Bowgart and a Pompom. Both monsters must be at least level 4 or higher for the best results. Feed them treats and level them up before breeding if needed.
- Bowgart (Fire element, red monster with flames on its head)
- Pompom (Air element, blue puffball creature)
Breed in the Correct Location
Shugabushes can only be bred in the Air Island breeding structure, so make sure you have the Bowgart and Pompom placed there. The combination has a small chance of producing a Shugabush, so you may need to breed them multiple times. Don’t get discouraged!
Enhance Your Chances
There are a few things you can do to increase the likelihood of getting a rare Shugabush:
- Make sure both monsters are at high levels (at least level 8-10). Higher level monsters have better odds of producing rare creatures.
- Use a Rare Wubbox or Rare Entbrat on Air Island. Their song enhances the breeding odds for rare monsters.
- Breed during a seasonal event like Anniversary Month or Monster-a-Palooza. Special events often boost the rates for breeding rare creatures.
- Be very patient and keep trying! Breed the Bowgart and Pompom as often as possible. The more you breed them, the better your chances of finally hatching that special Shugabush.
With the right technique and persistence, you’ll get a Rare Shugabush to call your own. Keep at it and don’t lose hope – your little blue furball friend will be singing on your Air Island before you know it!
Breeding Tips and Tricks
Breeding a Shugabush in My Singing Monsters requires patience and the right combination of monsters. Follow these tips to increase your chances of success:
Choose the Right Breeding Pair
The Shugabush is bred using an Entbrat and a Deedge, both common monsters you likely already have. Make sure both monsters are at least level 10 before breeding for the best results.
Level Up Your Breeding Structure
Use an upgraded breeding structure like the Enhanced or Epic Breeding Structure. Higher level structures have a greater chance of producing rare monsters like the Shugabush. If you can’t afford an upgraded structure yet, stick with your regular breeding structure. Any structure will work, but your odds will be lower.
Be Patient Through the Breeding Process
Breeding the Shugabush can take multiple attempts. Don’t get discouraged if you don’t succeed at first. Sometimes it can take 5 or more tries to finally breed a Shugabush. Keep at it and your perseverance will pay off! Take breaks in between breedings to save up coins and diamonds.
Increase Your Odds
There are a few ways to improve your chances of breeding a Shugabush:
- Use the 2x breeding speed up or breed multiple pairs of Entbrat and Deedge at once. The more pairs breeding, the better your odds.
- Activate the 2x or 3x breeding bonanza when it’s available. The increased breeding rates will give you more opportunities to breed a Shugabush.
- If after many tries you still haven’t bred a Shugabush, you can purchase one outright for 100 diamonds. As a last resort, this guarantees you’ll get one!
With the right technique and a lot of patience, you’ll be well on your way to breeding the melodic Shugabush. Keep at it and don’t get discouraged. Your new Shugabush will be singing on your island before you know it!
FAQ: Common Questions About Breeding Shugabushes
Breeding a Shugabush in My Singing Monsters can seem complicated, but by following some helpful tips you’ll have a new monster in no time.
What elements do I need?
To breed a Shugabush, you’ll need a Bowgart and a Pango. Place them on Plant Island, in close proximity to one another. Make sure there are no other monsters around that could interfere with the breeding process.
What level do my monsters need to be?
Your Bowgart and Pango should be at least level 5 or higher to breed successfully. The higher the level, the better your chances. If breeding isn’t working, try leveling up your monsters.
How long will it take?
Breeding times in My Singing Monsters can vary, but you can expect the Shugabush egg to appear within 6 to 12 hours. The egg will then hatch into a baby Shugabush after 12 to 24 hours. So you’re looking at around a full day to a day and a half for the complete breeding and hatching process.
What can I do to improve my chances?
A few tips to help boost your breeding odds:
- Place your Bowgart and Pango on upgraded breeding structures like the Breeding Station or Epic Breeding Structure.
- Light torches around your island, especially those of other players. Lit torches increase the chance of breeding success.
- Consider using a Breeding Enhancer, like a Wishing Torch or Breeding Drone. These further improve your chances.
- Be patient. Even when following all the tips, breeding a Shugabush can take several attempts. Don’t give up! With perseverance, you’ll succeed.
If you have any other questions about breeding Shugabushes in My Singing Monsters, check out the game’s official fan wiki or support forums. The community will have answers to help you out. Happy breeding and good luck!