So, you’ve been playing My Singing Monsters for a while now and have managed to breed most of the common monsters. But now you’re ready to up your game and start breeding some of the rarer monsters – starting with the Clamble. Breeding a Clamble can be tricky if you don’t know the combination, but don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. In this guide, we’ll walk you through step-by-step how to breed your very own Clamble. Before you know it, you’ll have a Clamble singing and dancing on your island. So sit back, grab some diamonds and food, and let’s get breeding!
Obtain Both a Clamble and a Bowgart
To breed a Clamble in My Singing Monsters, you’ll first need to obtain both a Clamble and a Bowgart.
The Clamble and Bowgart are both three-element monsters, so you’ll want to place them on an island that has the Cold element, like Frozen Heights. Make sure each monster is at level 4 or higher, since that’s the minimum required for breeding.
Once you have your Clamble and Bowgart chilling on the same island, it’s time to light those torches and get them in the mood! Place each monster in a breeding structure like a breeding cave, castle, or hotel. Then, wait for the magic to happen.
It can take up to 48 hours for a new monster to incubate and hatch. Don’t worry too much if it takes the full 2 days – that just means your new little Clamble is cooking to perfection! When the egg timer finally goes off, you’ll have yourself a brand new Clamble. Congrats!
Raising your new Clamble is simple. Just keep it fed and happy by playing with it, and move it to other islands when it’s old enough. With some time and patience, you’ll have a big, strong Clamble adding harmony to your island in no time.
Breeding monsters is one of the most fun parts of My Singing Monsters. Now that you’ve mastered breeding a Clamble, why not try for a rare or epic monster? With some luck (and a lot of torches), you could end up with a monster that really makes your island sing!
Level Up Your Clamble and Bowgart to at Least Level 4
To breed a Clamble in My Singing Monsters, you’ll need to level up your Clamble and Bowgart to at least level 4. Why level 4? Once your monsters reach this level, they have a chance of breeding on their own when placed on an island together.
The higher the level, the better the odds, so keep feeding them treats and leveling them up! At level 4, there’s about a 5-10% chance they’ll produce an egg. By level 10, you’re looking at 50-60%. Much better odds.
- Make sure you have an upgraded breeding structure on your island. The basic one only allows up to 2 monsters. You’ll want at least a Large Breeding Structure to breed Clambles.
- Place your Clamble and Bowgart on the same island in your breeding structure. Then just wait! Check back frequently to see if they’ve produced an egg.
- If after a day or two you don’t see an egg, don’t worry – it can take time. Keep collecting coins and feeding your monsters treats to increase their happiness and level. Happier, higher-level monsters breed more often.
- Once you have an egg, the standard breeding time for Clambles is 24 hours. Keep the egg in the breeding structure during this period. After it hatches, place your new Clamble on any island you like!
With patience and the right technique, you’ll have a new Clamble joining your monster army in no time. Keep at it, and soon you’ll have bred enough Clambles to fill an entire island!
Place the Clamble and Bowgart on Breeding Structures Next to Each Other
To breed a Clamble in My Singing Monsters, you’ll need a breeding structure like the Breeding Station, upgraded Breeding Structure, or Enhanced Breeding Structure. Once you have one of these structures, here’s how to breed a Clamble:
Place the Clamble and Bowgart on Breeding Structures Next to Each Other
For your best chance at breeding a Clamble, put a Clamble and a Bowgart monster on breeding structures directly next to each other. The Clamble and Bowgart are the monster pair required to breed a Clamble.
- Make sure the Clamble and Bowgart are both at least level 4 or higher. The higher the level, the better your odds.
- Try placing the Clamble and Bowgart on upgraded breeding structures if possible for the best results. The enhanced breeding structures provide the highest breeding odds.
- Be patient, as breeding a Clamble can take several tries. Don’t give up! With the right combo on the proper breeding structures, you’ll breed a Clamble eventually.
Sometimes breeding a Clamble can take a number of attempts before you’re successful. Don’t get discouraged – with patience and persistence, you’ll get a Clamble! Breeding in My Singing Monsters is all about pairing the right monsters, at the proper levels, on the most advanced breeding structures available to you. Follow these tips and keep trying, and before you know it, you’ll hear the Clamble’s song on your island!
Once the breeding is complete, collect your new Clamble and make sure you incubate and hatch the egg. Place the new Clamble on your island and you’ll be able to enjoy its song and level it up to breed even more new monsters! Keep on breeding and building your collection.
Breed the Clamble and Bowgart
To breed a Clamble in My Singing Monsters, you need to obtain a Bowgart first. The Bowgart is a prerequisite monster required to breed the Clamble.
Obtain a Bowgart
The Bowgart can be purchased for coins or diamonds in the market, or bred using a Congle and a Drumpler. Once you have a Bowgart, move it to the breeding structure on your island.
Breed the Clamble
- Place a Bowgart and any of the “natural” element monsters – Fwog, Mammott, Entbrat, Drumpler, or Congle – in the breeding structure.
- The breeding time for a Clamble is 18 hours. Check back after the breeding time has completed to see if you were successful.
- If not, don’t worry – breeding new monsters often takes several tries. Just remove the current monsters in the breeding structure and place the Bowgart and another natural monster in to try again.
Hatch and Place the Clamble
Once the breeding time is up, you’ll find an egg in your breeding structure. Tap the egg to hatch your new Clamble! The Clamble starts at level 1, so you’ll need to feed it to level 10 before it will produce coins.
The Clamble has a mountainous, rocky body and produces a trumpet-like call. Its favorite instrument is the clarinet. Place your new Clamble on your island and listen to its song! Breeding a new monster like the Clamble helps add more music and coins to your island.
Keep breeding Bowgarts and natural monsters until you have all the Clambles your island needs. With some luck and patience, you’ll have a troupe of Clambles trumpeting their unique tune in no time!
Wait for the Clamble Egg to Hatch
Once your Clamble egg appears in the nursery, the waiting game begins. Don’t worry, with a little patience you’ll have a new monster to add to your island in no time.
Monitor the Egg
Check in on your Clamble egg frequently to see its progress. The egg will go through a few stages before hatching:
- Incubating: The egg is warming up and developing the new monster inside. This usually takes around 6-12 hours.
- Piping: You’ll see and hear the Clamble chick pecking inside the egg. It’s almost ready to emerge, so keep a close eye on the egg during this stage which typically lasts 2-3 hours.
- Cracking: The egg will start to crack open. The Clamble chick’s limbs or head may start to emerge. The hatching process is happening—it won’t be long now! The cracking stage is usually less than an hour.
Once the egg is cracked, be patient and do not tap or interact with the egg. Let the natural hatching process unfold. The Clamble chick will emerge in time.
Welcome the New Hatchling!
When your Clamble chick hatches, confetti will appear and you’ll hear a special hatching sound. Tap on the Clamble to hatchling to welcome it into the world! The new monster will be hungry, so be sure to feed it treats right away. Treats speed up the growth process and help your new Clamble develop into an adult.
Raising a Clamble from an egg is a rewarding experience. Pay close attention to its needs, feed it well, and in no time you’ll have a happy adult Clamble contributing coins and music to your island! The hatching process may require patience, but the end result is well worth the wait. Congratulations, you’re now the proud owner of a brand new Clamble!