You’ve been playing My Singing Monsters for a while now and have finally reached level 16, unlocking Shellbeat. This rare Wublin looks like a seashell with an eyeball and stubby legs, and it makes the cutest little ‘tappy-tap’ sounds. Now you’re eager to breed your own Shellbeat and add its melody to your Wublin island. Lucky for you, breeding Shellbeat is pretty straightforward, though it does require some patience. The key is using the right combination of monsters and paying close attention to their breeding times. Follow these steps and you’ll have a Shellbeat egg incubating before you know it. Once it hatches, you’ll have a new little waddling friend to decorate your island. Shellbeat may be rare, but with the right technique, you’ll be breeding these musical mollusks in no time.
Requirements for Breeding Shellbeat
To breed the rare Shellbeat monster, you’ll need to ensure you have the right environment and ingredients.
First, you’ll need an upgraded Breeding Structure. The basic one won’t cut it for breeding rare monsters like Shellbeat. Upgrade it to at least level 4 or higher.
- Make sure to place two monsters in the Breeding Structure that each have the Cold element. Some good options are Deedge, Quarrister or Bowgart.
Next, have plenty of diamonds on hand. Breeding rarer monsters requires using the “Breed Rare Monster” option which costs more diamonds the higher the monster rarity. Be prepared to spend between 10 to 50 diamonds per try.
You’ll also want to activate any torches you have lit around your Breeding Structure. Activated torches increase your chances of breeding rare monsters by providing a warmth bonus. The more torches lit, the better!
Finally, have patience. Breeding rare monsters in My Singing Monsters can take several tries. Don’t get discouraged if you don’t breed a Shellbeat right away. With the proper elements in your Breeding Structure, an upgraded structure level, plenty of diamonds and activated torches, you’ll increase your chances of finally breeding that rare Shellbeat!
Keep at it and before you know it, you’ll hear that special breeding combination jingle and see a Shellbeat egg appearing above your Breeding Structure. Your patience and persistence will have paid off at last! Now get ready to welcome that rare Shellbeat to your cool island.
How to Get Rare Shellbeat
To get the rare Shellbeat in My Singing Monsters, you’ll need some patience and luck. But don’t worry, by following a few tips you can increase your chances.
First, make sure you have a regular Shellbeat breeding on Air Island or Plant Island. The rare Shellbeat can only be bred from regular Shellbeats.
Next, choose Shellbeats with different elements for breeding. For example, breed a Shellbeat with the air element and one with the earth element. Having Shellbeats with different elements increases the chances of getting a rare.
- Check the odds under the Breeding Area menu. The odds of getting a rare Shellbeat are usually around 1%, so you may need to breed many Shellbeats to get one!
Also, take advantage of promotions and events. During special events, the chances of breeding a rare monster go up. So keep an eye out for breeding events and seasonal sales.
Most of all, don’t give up! Even if the odds seem small, with patience and persistence you’ll get your rare Shellbeat. Keep those nurseries full and keep trying. Before you know it, that special egg will be hatching before your eyes!
Stay dedicated and keep at it. Breeding rares in My Singing Monsters takes dedication, but the rewards are worth it. Keep trying and don’t get discouraged – your rare Shellbeat is out there! With the right techniques and a little luck, you’ll be the proud owner of this special monster in no time.
Breeding Shellbeat: Step by Step
Breeding the rare Shellbeat monster in My Singing Monsters requires some patience, but with the right combination of monsters in your breeding structure, you’ll be enjoying its soothing lullabies in no time.
Select the Right Monsters
The key monsters needed to breed a Shellbeat are a Clamble and a Toe Jammer. Place these monsters in your breeding structure and keep them there until you see the egg appear.
- Breeding new monsters can take time. Don’t give up if you don’t see an egg right away.
- It can take up to 48 hours for a Shellbeat egg to appear when breeding a Clamble and Toe Jammer.
- Check back regularly to see if an egg has shown up yet. As soon as you see a striped blue egg in your breeding structure, you’ll know you have a Shellbeat on the way!
Incubate the Egg
Once the egg appears in your breeding structure:
- Move the egg to an unoccupied habitat in your monster world.
- Select the egg and choose “Incubate Egg” to begin hatching your Shellbeat.
- The incubation process will take 18 hours. Check back once the time has elapsed.
- Your new Shellbeat will emerge from its egg ready to sing its soothing lullaby!
Start a Shellbeat Nursery
Now that you have your first Shellbeat, keep breeding more to start your own Shellbeat nursery! Place multiple Shellbeats in the same habitat so you can hear their soft chorusing lullabies. Keep breeding until you have a full habitat of these rare singing monsters.
With some patience and the right breeding pair, you’ll be enjoying the gentle songs of Shellbeat monsters before you know it. Keep at it and start your own Shellbeat nursery in no time!
Shellbeat Breeding Times
Breeding a Shellbeat in My Singing Monsters requires patience and timing. These rare monsters only become available for a limited time, so you’ll need to keep a close eye on the breeding combinations and have the necessary monsters ready to go.
Check the Breeding Combination
The combo for a Shellbeat alternates, but usually includes a Sheeplue, Drumpler, and Glowl. When the Shellbeat becomes available again, the breeding combination will appear in the “Market” area of the game. The specific monsters may differ, but they will always be a triple element monster, an ethereal monster, and a seasonal or rare monster. Write down or screenshot the correct combination so you have it on hand.
Wait for the Right Breeding Time
Shellbeat only becomes available for breeding during special events, usually around the summer season. The specific dates will be announced in the game’s “News” section. As soon as you see the announcement, start preparing your breeding monsters. The breeding time period typically only lasts around 3 to 5 days.
Have the Necessary Monsters Ready
Make sure you have the required triple element, ethereal, and rare monsters available and placed in your breeding structure before the start of the event. That way you can begin breeding for a Shellbeat immediately once the event opens. If you have to buy or breed the necessary monsters, it may take too long and you’ll miss your chance!
Breed, Breed, Breed!
Once the breeding event opens, start breeding the required monsters right away. It can take multiple tries to breed a Shellbeat, so breed as often as possible during the event window. Don’t give up too quickly – some players report it taking 10-15 tries or more to finally breed one! With patience and persistence, you’ll be singing along with your new Shellbeat in no time.
Following these tips will help increase your chances of breeding the rare and melodic Shellbeat monster. Stay alert, have the right monsters on hand, and keep at it – your patience and timing will pay off!
Tips for Breeding Rare Shellbeat
Breeding the rare Shellbeat monster in My Singing Monsters requires patience and strategy. Here are some tips to help increase your chances:
Choose the Right Breeding Pair
Select two Shellbeat monsters that have different elemental attributes, like Plant and Cold. Monsters with opposing attributes have the highest chance of producing a rare monster. You can check a monster’s attributes by tapping on its info button.
Level Up Your Monsters
- Make sure both of your breeding Shellbeats are at level 15 or higher. Higher level monsters have an increased chance of breeding rare monsters.
- Feed your Shellbeats treats until they reach a high level before breeding them. Treats can be purchased using coins, diamonds, or real money in the market.
Consider Your Breeding Structure
- Breed your Shellbeats in an upgraded breeding structure like the Epic Breeding Structure or Rare Wubbox Breeding Nest. Upgraded structures provide a boost to breeding odds.
- If you don’t have an upgraded structure yet, keep breeding in your basic structure. Any structure is better than none! With patience, you can breed a rare Shellbeat even in a basic structure.
Be Patient Through Failures
- Don’t get discouraged if your first few breeding attempts are unsuccessful. Breeding rare monsters can take many attempts.
- Keep breeding the same pair of high-level, opposing-attribute Shellbeats. Their odds will increase with each failed attempt.
- Stay persistent and keep your eye on the prize – that ultra-rare blue Shellbeat will be yours soon!
By choosing powerful, high-level Shellbeats with opposing attributes, leveling them up, using an upgraded breeding structure, and persisting through failures, you’ll have a rare, blue-hued Shellbeat singing on your island before you know it. Stay dedicated and don’t lose hope – with the right technique and patience, you’ve got this!