A Rare Mammott is one of the fondest and most popular monsters to have in My Singing Monsters. Their design is similar to that of a blue bigfoot, and they are masters of hide and seek. This sneaky monster is the first rare single-element monster to be added since the 1.3.4 update and is quite a sight to have in one’s collection. This guide will teach players how to breed this giant rare monster and more, so read on.
What is a Rare Mammott?
As stated, this rare monster is very popular and is the first rare single-element monster to be added since the 1.3.4 update. Similar to its common counterpart, the Rare Mammot is best obtained by breeding two triple-element monsters that have the Cold element, which lasts for 6 hours, or by purchasing it from the StarShop.
Also, this monster loves being near the following monsters, depending on which island they are on:
- Tweedle ( Cold Island, Air Island, Earth Island, and Fire Oasis)
- Potbelly (Plant Island, Cold Island, Earth Island, Light Island, and Shugabush Island)
- Noggin (Plant Island, Air Island, Earth Island, and Faerie Island)
- Toe Jammer (Plant Island, Cold Island, Air Island, and Fire Oasis)
- Mammott (All Islands)
- PomPom (Shugabush Island)
- Deedge (Mystery Like and Shugabush Island)
- Kayna (Fire Oasis, Light Island, and Faerie Island)
- Fluoress (Mystery Like & Light Island)
- Floot Fly (Mystery Like & Faerie Island)
How to Breed a Rare Mammott
To get a Rare Mammott, players must pair any three-element monster with a cold attribute that has a chance of making a Rare Mammott. Below are all the possible combinations that players can use to get this rare breed of monster for the game and where they should be raised:
- T-Rox (Earth, Water & Cold) + Clamble (Plant, Earth & Cold): Plant Island
- Congle (Air, Water & Cold) + Wynq (Water, Cold & Fire): Fire Oasis
- Spytrap (Leaf, Cold & Light) + Fiddlement (Cold, Fire & Light): Light Island
- Cantorell (Earth, Cold & Faerie) + Clavi Gnat (Cold, Fire & Faerie): Faerie Island
Players should keep in mind that other single rare elements can always be bred with their common counterparts. Also, the rare mammott is only available for breeding during special events and is likely to appear during special occasions.
And that’s our guide on how to breed a Rare Mammott in My Singing Monsters. If players like this guide, be sure to check out our other My Singing Monster-related articles and guides.
Also check out GoldenAleX video on how to breed Rare Mammott in My Singing Monsters