The world of Singing Monsters has continued to evolve and captivate its audience since its inception. This musical game, full of whimsical creatures that each contribute their unique tunes to an island’s chorus, has always been about collecting and breeding monsters. Among these creatures, Ghazt is arguably one of the most sought-after, especially for those wanting to perfect their ethereal tunes. With its ghost-like appearance and haunting melodies, securing a Ghazt is a badge of honor. So, if you’re aiming to add this ethereal creature to your repertoire in 2023, you’re in the right place.
1. The Basics: What is Ghazt?
Before diving into the breeding specifics, it’s helpful to understand Ghazt. Ghazt is an ethereal monster, which means it’s rarer and harder to get than standard monsters. Its ethereal trait also means it lives on the Ethereal Island. With long tentacle-like arms, a translucent body, and an electric essence, Ghazt has an otherworldly charm that’s hard to resist.
2. Pre-requisites for Breeding Ghazt
Before you can begin your quest to breed Ghazt, ensure you meet the following criteria:
- Level Up: Your game profile should be at least level 9. This allows you to access the breeding structure required for ethereal monsters like Ghazt.
- Island Access: You should have both Plant Island (for the initial breeding) and Ethereal Island (where Ghazt resides after successful breeding).
- Breeding Structure: Make sure you have the breeding structure on your Plant Island. It’s here where the magic starts.
3. Breeding Combinations
While breeding Ghazt requires a bit of luck and persistence, the most accepted combination is to breed monsters that together possess all five elemental affinities – Plant, Cold, Air, Water, and Earth. Here are the most popular combinations to try:
- Entbrat + T-Rox: Entbrat has the Plant, Cold, and Air elements while T-Rox possesses the Earth and Water elements.
- Deedge + Mammott: While Deedge has the Cold, Air, and Water elements, Mammott brings in the Earth element.
Remember, Ghazt has only a 1% breeding chance with these combinations, so patience is key.
4. Speed Up the Breeding
If you’re feeling a tad impatient, you can always use diamonds (the premium currency in the game) to speed up the breeding process. However, if you’re going the free route, expect to wait around 30 hours to see if you’re successful in your breeding attempt.
5. Recognizing a Successful Breeding Attempt
A successful Ghazt breeding attempt will require 30 hours of incubation. So if you see a timer set for this duration, congratulate yourself! You’ve successfully bred a Ghazt.
6. Relocation to Ethereal Island
Once your Ghazt is ready, it can’t stay on the Plant Island. You need to move it to its new home, the Ethereal Island. This relocation requires a little investment. You’ll need to spend some in-game currency (specifically 10 million coins) to make the transfer. But once you do, you’ll be able to enjoy the hauntingly beautiful tunes of Ghazt in its rightful habitat.
7. Tips for Successful Breeding
- Consistency: Given the low breeding chance for Ghazt, it’s vital to be persistent. Try breeding multiple times and remember that each failure increases the likelihood of a subsequent success.
- Max Out Your Monsters: Leveling up your breeding monsters to their maximum can potentially increase your chances. Higher-level monsters have shown a marginally better success rate in some players’ experiences.
- Join a Tribe: Being part of an active tribe can offer numerous benefits, including tips and tricks shared by seasoned players.
8. Beyond Ghazt
Once you’ve successfully bred Ghazt, don’t stop there! The world of Singing Monsters offers a plethora of other ethereal monsters to breed and collect. Each brings a unique flavor to your musical ensemble, ensuring an ever-evolving soundscape.
Breeding Ghazt in Singing Monsters is a task of patience and strategy. As you delve into the world of monster melodies, always remember that the journey is as enriching as the destination. With every breeding attempt, you’re not just trying for a new monster, but you’re creating a symphony, unique to your game. So here’s to the maestro in you – may your islands always be filled with the captivating tunes of monsters like Ghazt.