Welcome to YourGlobalGamer‘s official guide on how to breed Ghazt in My Singing Monsters.
If you’re a fan of the game, you know that Ghazt is a sought-after monster, and getting one can be a bit challenging.
The first thing you need to know about breeding Ghazt is the right combination of monsters. You’ll need an Entbrat monster and any other monster with three elements. Some of the three-element monsters you can use include Pummel, Crambo, Bogart, and T-Rox.
In this example, we’ll be using T-Rox since it has a shorter incubation time if the breeding isn’t successful.
Ghazt Breeding Process
To start the breeding process, place the Entbrat and T-Rox (or your chosen three-element monster) in the breeding structure.
If you have an enchanted breeding structure, that will also work. The time it takes to breed Ghazt varies, but it generally takes at least a day. If you find that it’s taking too long, you can speed up the process by using in-game currency.
Using Torches to Breed Ghazts
Players having all of their torches lit helps them breed Ghazt more efficiently. If you’re struggling to get your Ghazt, consider lighting your torches to increase your chances of success.
Once you’ve successfully bred Ghazt, it will need to incubate before it can join your island. The incubation time for Ghazt is usually around one day, but it can vary depending on your specific breeding combination and other factors.
Placing Ghazt on Your Island
After Ghazt has finished incubating, you can place it on your island. If you already have a Ghazt, you can either sell the new one or place it alongside your existing one to enjoy its unique song.
In summary, to breed Ghazt in My Singing Monsters, you’ll need an Entbrat monster and a three-element monster like T-Rox.
It might take some time and several attempts, but with patience and the right combination, you’ll be able to add this unique monster to your island.
Don’t forget to light your torches for better chances of success, and be prepared for at least a day of incubation time.