Ever wondered how to breed some of the rarer monsters in My Singing Monsters? As an avid player, you’ve probably filled your islands with common monsters like the Mammott, Toe Jammer, and Potbelly. But what about the elusive Blabbit? Breeding the Blabbit, a rare four-element monster, can be tricky if you don’t know the combination. Never fear, we’re here to walk you through how to breed a Blabbit step-by-step. By following these tips, you’ll have a Blabbit singing on your island before you know it. Ready to breed one of the most complex monsters in the game? Let’s get started!
Choosing Blabbit Breeding Partners
To breed a Blabbit in My Singing Monsters, you’ll need to make some strategic choices when selecting your breeding monsters.
First, choose two monsters with elements that Blabbit requires: Fire and Earth. Some good options are T-Rox and Potbelly, or Kayna and Quarrister. Either of those pairs will give you a shot at Blabbit.
Once you’ve picked your breeding pair, make sure they’re at least level 4 or higher. The higher the level, the better your chances of breeding a Blabbit. Level 15 is ideal if you have the patience to get your monsters there.
Now place your chosen monsters on an island together in your game and watch them start dancing and singing to make a baby! This breeding process takes time, so check back in a few hours to see the result.
Don’t get discouraged if you don’t get a Blabbit at first. Breeding in My Singing Monsters is part luck. You may need to try a few times before you breed one. Some tips to improve your odds:
•Use torches to speed up breeding. Ask friends to light torches for you.
•Try leveling your breeding pair up a level or two and breeding again.
•If after several tries you’re still not getting a Blabbit, switch to a different breeding pair with the Fire and Earth elements. A new combo may do the trick!
With some patience and persistence, you’ll be singing along with your new Blabbit in no time. Keep at it – the reward will be worth the effort!
How to Obtain Blabbit in My Singing Monsters
To get your hands on the rare Blabbit monster in My Singing Monsters, you’ll need some patience and luck.
First, make sure you have an upgraded breeding structure like the Enhanced Breeding Structure or Epic Breeding Structure. The regular Breeding Structure won’t cut it for breeding rare monsters.
Once you have the proper breeding structure, place a Bowgart and a Drumpler inside. These two monster types are required to have a chance at breeding a Blabbit. Cross your fingers and wait for the breeding time to finish.
Unfortunately, Blabbit isn’t guaranteed – it’s totally up to chance. You might end up with a Bowgart, Drumpler, or some other monster. But don’t give up! Keep putting that Bowgart and Drumpler in the breeding structure.
After many attempts, you’ll finally hear that familiar sound of a rare monster being bred and see an egg with a question mark. This means you were successful and Blabbit will soon hatch!
The rarer the monster, the more patience it requires. But when your new Blabbit hatches, the time and effort will all feel worthwhile. Keep at it and stay determined – your little Blabbit buddy will be singing on your island before you know it.
With some diligence and luck, you’ll obtain the coveted Blabbit monster. Don’t get discouraged if it takes time. Half the fun of My Singing Monsters is working to breed those rare creatures! Keep putting Bowgarts and Drumplers in your upgraded breeding structure and your Blabbit will come.
Breeding Requirements for Blabbit
To breed a Blabbit in My Singing Monsters, several requirements need to be met.
The two monsters you want to breed must have the same element, in this case Air. Only Air monsters can breed together to create an Air monster like Blabbit. Make sure both monsters are at least level 4 or higher, the minimum breeding level.
Place the two Air monsters you want to breed on any structure labeled as a “breeding structure”. These include the Breeding Station, Breeding Grounds, and Upgraded Breeding Grounds. The higher level the structure, the shorter the breeding time will be. The Breeding Grounds can breed Air monsters in around 8 hours.
Patience is Key
Once your Air monsters are on the breeding structure, you just have to wait! The breeding process can take several hours to complete. Check back frequently to see if an egg has appeared, indicating the breeding was successful. Tap the egg to move it to the Nursery, where it will hatch into a Blabbit after a few more hours. The total breeding and hatching time will depend on what level structure you used. Expect the whole process to take 6 to 12 hours.
Improving Your Odds
Some tips to increase your chances of breeding a Blabbit:
- Use Air monsters that are at a higher level, ideally level 10 or higher. Higher level monsters have a better chance of producing rare monsters.
- Breed Air monsters that are not the same type. For example, try breeding a Drumpler and a Fwog instead of two Drumplers. Cross-breeding different types of the same element can result in rarer hybrids.
- Be patient and keep trying! Even if it takes a few attempts, you will eventually breed a Blabbit. Persistence and patience pay off.
- Consider upgrading your Breeding Structure to speed up the breeding and hatching process. The less time it takes, the more attempts you can make in a shorter period.
With the right elements, structure, patience, and technique, you’ll be hearing your new Blabbit singing in no time! Keep at it and happy breeding!
Breeding Blabbit: The Mating Process
Breeding Blabbit, the singing monster, requires the right combination of monsters and some patience. Follow these steps to breed your own Blabbit:
Find Two Entbrats
The first step is acquiring two Entbrats, the three-eyed monsters that resemble a keyboard. Place them on any island in your game.
- Entbrats are easy to breed by combining any two triple element monsters.
- Buy Entbrats from the market or breed your own. Either way, you’ll need a male and female.
Level Up Your Entbrats
- Raise both Entbrats to at least level 4. This may take a few days of feeding and playing with them.
- Higher level monsters have a better chance of breeding successfully. Level 4 is the minimum, but levels 5-10 are even better.
Place Entbrats on the Same Island
- Move your Entbrats to the same island, either plant or cold. It does not matter which.
- Entbrats can breed on any island, so pick one where you have space for a nursery.
Build a Nursery
- Construct a nursery on the island to house the Blabbit egg and hatchling.
- Nurseries cost coins and take time to build, so plan ahead. The egg will not appear until you have an open nursery.
Wait for the Heart Icon
- Once the Entbrats are on the same island and at the proper levels, all you need is patience.
- Check your game frequently. When hearts appear over the Entbrats, they are ready to breed. This can take days or even weeks.
Tap the Heart and Place the Egg in the Nursery
- As soon as you see the heart icon, tap it quickly. This will place a Blabbit egg in the nursery.
- The egg will hatch into a Blabbit after 24-36 hours.
With some luck and persistence, you’ll have your very own Blabbit monster singing and dancing on your islands. Keep at it—breeding the right way will make you a master of monsters in no time!
Caring for Blabbit Offspring
Once your Blabbit breeding is successful, the next step is properly caring for the new offspring. The baby Blabbits, called Blabblets, require attentive parenting to grow into healthy adults.
Feeding the Blabblets
The Blabblets will feed off their parents for the first few days. Place extra food in the breeding structure during this time so the parents stay well-fed. After about 3-4 days, the Blabblets will start exploring solid food on their own. Provide small pieces of fish, meat, fruit, and vegetables that are easy to chew. As the Blabblets get bigger, increase the amount of food while still keeping it in small, bite-sized pieces.
- Fish, shrimp, worms: Excellent sources of protein for growth
- Berries, melons: Sweet treats that provide nutrients
- Carrots, broccoli: Vegetables support healthy digestion
Check on the Blabblets frequently to ensure they are developing properly. Healthy Blabblets will be active, alert, and growing steadily each day. Their eyes will open around day 5-7 and walking will start soon after. Note any Blabblets that seem lethargic or inactive, as they may need medical attention. Never handle the Blabblets directly, as the parents may reject them if they smell like humans.
By 2-3 weeks, the Blabblets will be ready to venture out on their own. At this point, the parents naturally start spending less time with them. To help the Blabblets become independent:
- Provide multiple food stations so they can eat alone.
- Give hiding spots and obstacles to navigate. This helps build motor skills.
- Once the Blabblets are eating, navigating, and toileting on their own, they are ready to be placed in the general population.
Raising a new generation of Blabbits requires time and care. With the proper nurturing, your Blabblets will grow into vocal and vibrant members of your singing monster community. Watching them develop into independent creatures that exhibit the traits of their parents is a rewarding experience for any breeder.