Ever wondered how to breed that adorable little Dandidoo in My Singing Monsters? Well, wonder no more. You’ve come to the right place. Breeding a Dandidoo is actually pretty straightforward once you know the combination. The tricky part is just figuring out that combination in the first place. But don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. By following the simple steps in this guide, you’ll have a cute little Dandidoo singing and dancing on your island in no time. So put on your breeding cap, prepare your nursery, and let’s get started. Before you know it, you’ll be the proud monster parent of a brand new Dandidoo.
What Is Dandidoo in My Singing Monsters?
Dandidoo is one of the natural monsters in My Singing Monsters. This cute little guy resembles a flower with eyes and a mouth, and makes adorable cooing sounds. To breed a Dandidoo, you’ll need a Potbelly and a Pango.
Once you have a Potbelly and Pango on your island, make sure they are both at least level 4. Place them on your island close together, but not directly next to each other. Wait until they start dancing and hearts appear above their heads. This means they are now in the “breeding” mode.
When the Potbelly and Pango have been breeding for a while, an egg will appear above one of them. Tap the egg and a timer will start counting down – don’t worry, it only takes about 6-8 hours for the egg to hatch. Check back once the timer has finished and you’ll have a new little Dandidoo bouncing around your island!
Your new Dandidoo will start at level 1, so be sure to feed it treats to help it level up quickly. As it gets happier and levels increase, Dandidoo will start singing more and more. Its sweet song will add more coins and keys to your island’s song.
To breed more Dandidoos, just repeat the process with your Potbelly and Pango. You can never have too many of these adorable little monsters bouncing and singing on your island! With some patience and a little luck, you’ll have a whole Dandidoo choir in no time.
Preparing Your Islands for Breeding Dandidoo
To breed the rare Dandidoo monster, you’ll need to make sure your islands are set up properly.
First, place some obstacles like trees, rocks or bushes around your islands, especially in the middle area. Dandidoos like to hide, so giving them spots to do so will make your islands more attractive.
Next, decorate your islands with things like pathways, lamps, benches and houses. Dandidoos appreciate cozy, homey environments. Having an island that looks welcoming and lived-in will increase your chances of breeding Dandidoos.
You’ll also want lots of space for the Dandidoos to roam. Clear some room by storing decorations, obstacles and paths in your inventory and keep only a few key items out. Sparse, open islands are appealing to Dandidoos.
In addition to free space, plant lots of food sources on your islands like red mushrooms, blue mushrooms, carrots and corn. Dandidoos need to eat, so ensuring a plentiful food supply will make your islands an ideal habitat for breeding.
Finally, play songs and music on your islands that Dandidoos enjoy like “Fa la la la la” and “Doo wop”. Fill your islands with sounds that will make Dandidoos feel happy and want to sing along. Playing music is key to breeding Dandidoos.
With hiding spots, decorations, open space, food sources and music that Dandidoos love, your islands will become the perfect paradise for breeding these melodious monsters. Be patient, keep your islands well-stocked and welcoming, and you’ll have Dandidoos singing on your islands in no time!
Breeding Requirements for Dandidoo
To breed the Dandidoo monster in My Singing Monsters, you’ll need to obtain the proper breeding requirements and combination.
The Dandidoo monster can only be bred on Plant Island, so make sure you have an open breeding spot available there. Breeding structures like the breeding station, enhanced breeding structure, or epic breeding structure will increase your chances of breeding a Dandidoo.
To breed a Dandidoo, you’ll need to combine a Pango and a Congle. Place these monsters in any of the breeding structures on Plant Island and wait for a Dandidoo egg to appear. This combination has a very high chance of producing a Dandidoo, so with a little patience you’ll have a new Dandidoo monster for your island.
The Dandidoo takes 16 hours to incubate, so set a timer to check back on the breeding structure. Don’t worry if you end up with another Pango or Congle at first, just try again. With the right combination in the proper environment, you’ll breed a Dandidoo in no time.
Enhancing Your Chances
Using higher level monsters, especially level 10 or higher, will increase your odds of breeding rarer monsters like the Dandidoo. You can also improve your chances by upgrading your breeding structure to the enhanced breeding structure or epic breeding structure. Using torches will also help – make sure to light torches around the breeding structure which can speed up breeding times and increase odds.
With the right combination of high-level Pango and Congle monsters in an upgraded breeding environment surrounded by torches, you’ll be hearing the Dandidoo’s song on your Plant Island in no time! Keep at it and don’t get discouraged – breeding the right monster is a game of patience and chance. Stay dedicated and you’ll get your Dandidoo.
The Breeding Process for Dandidoo
Breeding a Dandidoo in My Singing Monsters requires patience and the right combination of monsters. Once you have the proper breeding pair, the actual breeding process is quite straightforward.
Select the Right Breeding Pair
The first step is having the right two monsters to breed. To get a Dandidoo, you need to breed a Potbelly and a Oaktopus. Place these two monsters on any natural island next to each other.
Wait for the Breeding Bonus
After placing the monsters side by side, you have to wait for the breeding bonus to activate. This usually takes between 6 to 48 hours. The bonus will cause musical notes to float up from the pair, indicating they are now ready to breed.
Breed and Wait
When you see the musical notes, tap on one of the monsters to start the breeding process. An egg will appear above them. The egg will then disappear, signaling the start of the gestation period which lasts between 16 to 24 hours.
Collect the New Monster
Once the gestation period is over, tap on one of the parent monsters again. The new egg will reappear over their habitat, ready to be collected. Tap the egg to place it in an open habitat, then tap the egg again to hatch your new Dandidoo!
- Make sure you have enough coins and an open habitat for the new monster before breeding.
- Check on your game frequently during the breeding and gestation periods so you don’t miss the opportunity to collect the egg.
- Be aware the combination of monsters and length of the breeding and gestation periods can differ during seasonal events and updates.
Breeding new monsters like the Dandidoo can be challenging but following the proper steps carefully will have a new little furball singing on your island before you know it! Stay diligent and patient through the waiting periods and you’ll have a Dandidoo to call your own.
Hatching Dandidoo Eggs and Placing Them on Your Islands
Once your Dandidoo eggs have been incubated in the Nursery for a few days, it’s time to hatch them and move the newborn Dandidoos onto your island.
Hatching Dandidoo Eggs
To hatch your Dandidoo eggs, simply tap on an egg in the Nursery to start the hatching process. It will take a few hours for the egg to fully hatch, but you’ll see the egg start to crack open. Check back periodically to witness the baby Dandidoo emerge from its shell! Once hatched, the Dandidoo will hop around the Nursery, exploring its new surroundings.
Placing Dandidoos on Your Islands
When your new Dandidoos have hatched, you need to make room for them on your islands. Each island has a maximum monster population, so you may need to teleport some existing monsters to other islands or sell them in the Market to make space. Consider which island has the ideal environment for a Dandidoo, with lots of trees and plants. Dandidoos love heavily forested areas, so an island like Plant Island, Forest Island or Seasonal Shanty would be perfect.
To place a Dandidoo on an island, simply select the Dandidoo in the Nursery and tap “Move to Island.” Choose which island you want to move it to, select an open space on the map, and your Dandidoo will appear there, ready to explore its new home! Don’t forget to do the same for any other hatched Dandidoos in the Nursery.
Once placed on an island, your new Dandidoos will begin wandering around, interacting with the other monsters and decorations. Be sure to regularly check on your Dandidoos to ensure they have enough food, rest and entertainment. With the proper care and attention, your Dandidoos will grow into happy, harmonious members of your monster community!