How to Breed Shugabush in My Singing Monsters

Last Updated on March 21, 2023

The Shugabush is a legendary monster which makes it hard to obtain. You will likely have to retry several times before you get a Shugabush through breeding. Read further on how to Breed Shugabush in My Singing Monsters.

How to Breed Shugabush in My Singing Monsters

With the Shugabush in My Singing Monsters being the key to getting other Shugafam, it’s important to know how to obtain it. Unlike other games where you’d catch one on a specific island or so a series of tasks to be gifted it, you can get one fairly easy by breeding monsters.

How to Breed Shugabush in My Singing Monsters

Plant Island is the very first island available, so you don’t have to travel very far to breed your monsters. In order to breed a Shugabush, you’ll need to combine a Clamble and a Bowgart. The best method of obtaining these two creatures is, of course, breeding.

To get a Clamble, you’ll need to combine monsters with the elements of Cold, Earth, and Plant. That means you can get a monster with Cold like Mammott and combine it with one that has Earth and Plant like Shrubb. Bowgart can be obtained the same way but you need monsters with the Water element instead of Earth. So you can still use the Mammott but you’ll need to swap it with something like an Oaktapus instead of Shrubb.

Once you’ve gotten your Bowgart and Clamble, it’s a simple matter of combining them for a Shugabush. Be warned that the regular time for this breeding can take almost a day and a half, clocking in at 35 hours. That’s not even mentioning the collective 24 hours to breed Bowgart and Clamble. If you can wait, or have no other choice, then have at it. But other people may want to wait until they’ve done some upgrades to reduce their breeding wait times.

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