Ever wondered how to get a Bowgart on your island in My Singing Monsters? Don’t worry, it’s not as tricky as it seems. Bowgarts may look intimidating, but breeding them is actually quite straightforward once you know the combination. You’re in the right place. In just a few easy steps, you’ll have a Bowgart crooning away and adding some edge to your song.
Requirements for Breeding Bowgarts
To breed Bowgarts in My Singing Monsters, you’ll need to meet a few requirements first.
•Have a breeding structure like a breeding station, nursery, or hatchery on your island. These allow you to breed new monsters.
•Have a Bowgart and a monster that can breed with it, like a Toe Jammer, on your island. Bowgarts can breed with single element monsters that are not plant or cold element.
•Make sure your Bowgart and its breeding partner are at least level 4 or higher. The higher the level, the better your chances of breeding a Bowgart.
•Have at least 20,000 coins available. Breeding monsters costs coins and Bowgarts are not cheap to breed!
•Consider using torches or a breeding bonanza to increase your chances. Torches speed up breeding and bonanzas increase chances of rare monsters.
•Choose your monsters and select “Breed” to start the process. Then wait for the breeding time to complete. Bowgart breeding can take up to 24 hours.
•Once done, you’ll have your new little Bowgart kid! Place it on your island and start feeding and leveling it up. Before you know it, you’ll have a whole family of Bowgarts singing on your island.
Breeding new monsters like Bowgarts does take some investment, but with the right combination of factors you’ll be seeing their adorable faces in no time. Keep at it and stay patient – you got this! With a little luck and perseverance, you’ll have a whole Bowgart choir in your midst.
Finding Bowgarts on the Breeding Structure
To breed Bowgarts, you’ll need to find them on the breeding structure in your monster world.
First, make sure you have Bowgarts in your collection. You’ll need one on each side of the breeding structure. If you don’t have any yet, try breeding Entbrats, Deedges or Pangoos – Bowgarts can result from breeding any two of those monsters together.
Once you have your Bowgarts ready, place one on each side of the breeding structure. For the best chance of success, choose Bowgarts that have hearts above their heads – that means they’re in the mood to breed!
Now you wait. Breeding times can vary, but Bowgarts usually take around 15-20 hours. Check back frequently, because once they start singing a duet, that means breeding was successful! The egg will appear right after they finish their song.
Make sure you have an open habitat for the egg before it hatches. Bowgart eggs typically hatch into one Bowgart, though there is a small chance of getting twins. Newly hatched Bowgarts start at level 1, so be ready to level them up by feeding them treats or playing with them.
With some luck and patience, you’ll have a new little Bowgart hopping around your monster world. Keep at it and breed more Bowgarts – their four-part harmony is really something special! Before you know it, you’ll have a whole choir of these colorful little critters. Happy breeding!
Breeding Combos to Get a Bowgart
To breed a Bowgart in My Singing Monsters, you’ll need to combine certain monsters with specific elements. The Bowgart itself is a dual-element monster, combining Earth and Cold elements. So you’ll want to breed monsters that also have those elements.
Breeding Combos to Get a Bowgart
The easiest way to breed a Bowgart is by combining a Potbelly (Earth element) and a Congle (Cold element). Both are common, low-level monsters so chances are you already have them in your collection. Place them in the breeding structure and wait for the breeding time to complete. There’s about a 25% chance this combo will result in a Bowgart.
You can also try:
- T-Rox (Earth) and Maw (Cold)
- Quarrister (Earth) and Cybop (Cold)
- Clamble (Earth) and Toe Jammer (Cold)
Mixing any monsters with the Earth and Cold elements will give you a shot at breeding a Bowgart, though some combos may have lower odds. Don’t get discouraged if you don’t get one right away – it can take multiple tries.
Other tips to improve your chances:
•Level up your breeding monsters as high as possible. Higher level monsters have better odds of producing rare monsters.
•Use monsters with the Earth and Cold elements only. Adding a third element to the combo will lower the chances of getting a Bowgart.
•Be sure to light torches in your friends’ islands and ask them to light yours. Lit torches increase the breeding odds.
•Consider using a Breeding Bonus like an upgraded breeding structure or rare Wubbox to improve the odds.
•If breeding in the structure isn’t working, you can also try breeding the Earth and Cold monsters on natural breeding spots on your island. Rates are lower but it’s free to try!
With some patience and the right combo of Earth and Cold monsters, you’ll be hearing the unique tribal sounds of a Bowgart on your island before you know it! Stay dedicated and don’t give up. Trying out new combos and options will pay off.
Breeding Times and Waiting Periods for Bowgart Eggs
Breeding Bowgarts requires patience and timing. These furry orange monsters only breed during certain times, so you’ll need to plan ahead to produce Bowgart eggs.
Bowgarts will only enter breeding mode during the summer season in My Singing Monsters. The season typically runs from June through August. During these months, place a male and female Bowgart on the same island and they may start breeding. The female Bowgart will develop an egg in her pouch, which takes about 2-3 days.
Once the female is holding an egg in her pouch, the incubation period begins. Bowgart eggs take approximately 3 days to hatch. Make sure not to move or sell either parent during this time or you will lose the egg. Keep the game open and volume on as eggs can hatch at any time of day or night.
In order to breed, Bowgarts require their preferred food source – Jellbilly. Make sure you have plenty of Jellbilly trees planted and each Bowgart fed up to level 15 before putting them on the same island. Well-fed monsters are more likely to enter breeding mode and produce eggs.
After a Bowgart egg hatches, the parents will not automatically re-enter breeding mode. They must be separated for a period of 2-3 weeks before putting them back on the same island again. This “cool down” period gives the parents time to recharge so they are ready to breed once more. With the right timing and conditions, a single pair of Bowgarts can produce 2-3 eggs during the summer breeding season.
By following the breeding season, incubation times, feeding needs, and separation periods, you’ll have a nursery full of baby Bowgarts hopping and singing on your islands in no time! Stay diligent, be patient, and don’t give up. Breeding in My Singing Monsters can be challenging, but seeing those eggs hatch makes it all worthwhile.
Hatching Bowgart Eggs
Once you’ve bred your Bowgart monster, the next step is hatching the eggs. This usually takes around 24 hours, so check back regularly to see their progress.
Finding Eggs in the Nursery
After breeding, head to the Nursery habitat where you’ll find Bowgart eggs. They resemble purple eggs with yellow spots. Tap on an egg to select it, then tap ‘Incubate’ to start the hatching process.
The Hatching Process
- The egg will wiggle and make noises as the baby Bowgart starts to hatch.
- After a few hours, cracks will appear in the egg shell.
- Eventually, pieces of the shell will start falling away to reveal the baby monster inside.
- Once fully hatched, the baby Bowgart will emerge from the remaining egg shell. Tap to name your new monster!
Speeding Up Hatching (Optional)
If you’re eager to hatch your Bowgart quickly, you have a couple options:
- Use diamonds to instantly hatch the egg. This will hatch the egg immediately but does cost diamonds.
- Ask friends to light your torches. The more torches lit, the faster eggs hatch. You can return the favor by lighting your friends’ torches as well.
- Your new Bowgart will start at Level 1. Feed it treats to help it level up.
- Move your Bowgart into an available habitat for it to live in.
- Bowgarts require plant, cold and air islands. Place on any of these islands.
- Happy hatching! Your new baby Bowgart will now join your singing monster family.
Best of luck hatching your new Bowgart monsters! Let me know if you have any other questions about breeding or hatching in My Singing Monsters.