How to Breed Entbrat in My Singing Monsters

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How to Breed Entbrat in My Singing Monsters

My Singing Monsters is a funny game where you need to breed different creatures and let them sing for you. There are lots of monsters that you can get and one of the most epic ones is Entbrat. It is a Quad Element Monster from Plant Island and this creature is quite problematic to breed. We created this guide to help you know how to breed Entbrat in Singing Monsters.

How to Breed Entbrat in My Singing Monsters

Entbrat in My Singing Monsters is a monster that requires you to use four elements to breed it. In order to do it, you will need to use a couple of monsters that have all four elements inside them. Also, you shouldn’t use monsters that have identical elements inside them as Entbrat requires you to have only 1 point of each element. So, make sure that the combination of monsters you’ve chosen won’t repeat any of the four elements.

In order to breed Entbrat in My Singing Monsters, you will need to use Plant, Earth, Cold, and Water elements. You should use a combination of monsters that have these elements. Here is the list of different combinations that you can use to breed Entbrat in My Singing Monsters:

  • Shrubb + Maw
  • Oaktopus + Drumpler
  • T-Rox + Potbelly
  • Clamble + Toe Jammer
  • Furcorn + Fwog
  • Bowgart + Noggin
  • Pummel + Mammott

These combinations are able to provide you with each of the four elements that are required to breed Entbrat without repeating them. You can choose any combination that you like and breed this monster. Thank you for reading!

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