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How to Breed Rare Mammot Monster

Given the Mammott’s range across several habitats, one can expect to catch the common cold element many times. The Rare Mammott is a monster of a different color; it is a master of Hide-and-Seek and uses its stripes to camouflage seamlessly with its surroundings. It’s even been known to taunt other monsters by using its talent to throw its rumbly voice halfway across an island. The most resourceful will learn that the Rare Mammott can be caught when given the cold shoulder.

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How to Breed Rare T-Rox Monster

Hold on to your toes… The Rare T-Rox has survived. Previously believed to have disappeared ages ago, it resurfaced when a primordial goop was spilled onto a clutch of eggs. The purpose of its stubby forelimbs has been hotly debated, But clapping along can be safely ruled out. This Rare is possessed of an indomitable spirit and always innovates shrewd beats with its reinforced jaws and paws. Clever monster.

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How to Breed Rare Quarrister Monster

The Rare Quarrister’s body is composed of many different types of minerals and is encrusted with unusual crystals normally found all over the multiverse. Even though its individual heads all have different origins, this earth boss rocks just as equally as the common monster. The Rare Quarrister proudly celebrates diversity and inclusion, and proves that putting heads together with positive energy can achieve great harmony.

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How to breed Rare Bowgart Monster

Although a Bowgart’s elemental affinity is usually split evenly between Plant, Water and Cold, that of the Rare Bowgart heavily favors its chilliest ingredient. Overcoming the nervous nail and lip-biting habits of its common cousin, this monster allows its sickled toenails and arm horns to grow to full length. Others keep encouraging it to use its claws and take up tap-dancing to complement its fine bowing skills, but for now the Rare Bowgart is sticking to what it knows best.

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How to breed Rare Drumpler Monster

Endowed with a tall, sloping forehead, it would have been easy for the Rare Drumpler to feel insecure about its hairline, especially when compared to the full-bodied mane of the Common monster. Unfazed, this positive percussionist instead decided to make the most of the situation and grew two extra sets of eyes! Its appetite is notorious, since its eyes are now truly bigger than its stomach.

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How to Breed RARE NOGGIN Monster

The Rare Noggin is very different from its original counterpart. It has gold colored hands and feet with purple toenails. It has two golden small tusks with a small portion painted purple as well. The most notable difference is that the Rare Noggin is cube shaped with gold trimming on the edges and corners, along with its purple eyes.

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How to get Ethereal Wubbox Monster 100% Real in My Singing Monsters!

The Wubbox Monster in My Singing Monsters is a special monster that can be purchased.. It is also some times named the Wubbox monster. It first appeared on May 09 2013. Just as the monsters were phasing out production of the old mines, they stumbled upon an immense underground vault containing several of the mysterious objects known as the WUBBOX.

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My Singing Monster Rare Wubbox

The Rare can be bought for a song – as long as you’re singing the right tune. In this inactive state, it’s hard to tell what physically differentiates the two monsters, but the most striking constrast is the Rare Wubbox’s modest bed count – it’s only one! We’re hoping to learn more once this cryptic creature is powered up with monsters and awakens to share its song.

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Noggin Monster

Noggins are basically musical rocks. Deeply in tune with the earth, their simple rhythms echo an island’s pulse. The sensation of reverberation produced by a Noggin motivates all other monsters.

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