How to Breed in My Singing Monsters

How To Breed Pango in My Singing Monsters

A direct parody of penguins, the Pango is an adorable flightless bird. This My Singing Monsters Breeding Guide will explain how to breed the Pango in My Singing Monsters using the best combinations.

How To Breed Pango in My Singing Monsters
How To Breed Pango in My Singing Monsters

How To Breed A Pango

The best way players can breed a Pango is by combining the Tweedle + Mammott, with no preferred island location. A Pango can also be obtained by breeding any monsters with the elements of Air and Cold. However, breeding a Tweedle and Mammott is the most efficient way to get a Pango.

It takes 8 hours to breed a Pango, unless it is enhanced, in which case the breeding time is reduced to 6 hours. A Pango can also be purchased from the StarShop for 30 diamonds once the player reaches level 7.

Here is a quick list of ways players can breed a Pango, starting with the best combination:

  • Tweedle + Mammott (No specific location)
  • Air Monster + Cold Monster (No specific location)

How To Breed A Rare Pango

Players can reed a Rare Pango by combining the Tweedle + Mammott, with no specific island location needed. They can also be bred by combining any Air and Cold element monsters. Additionally, any breeding attempt that includes a Pango that fails might possibly result in a Rare Pango, although this method is not as reliable as the aforementioned breeding combination.

The Rare Pango has a breeding time of 10 hours and 30 minutes, with an enhanced breeding time of 7 hours, 52 minutes, and 30 seconds. They can also be bought for 40 diamonds in the StarShop. However, it is important to note that all rare monsters can only be bred or bought during specific times, such as special events. 

The Common and Rare Pango have the same purple body color and orange beak with ice frozen to the tip of the beak. However, the Rare Pango does not have a scarf and has white spots on its hands and white stripes on its head. Additionally, it has a purple and white sweater-like pattern on its chest.


How To Breed An Epic Pango

Players can breed an Epic Pango by combining the Thumpies + Oaktopus on Cold Island. Other breeding combinations differ depending on the island location:

  • Air Island: Congle + Cybop
  • Earth Island: Reedling + Furcorn
  • Fire Oasis: Whaddle + Maw

An Epic Pango has an incubation time of 1 day and 3 hours, with an enhanced incubation time of 20 hours and 15 minutes. They can also be bought for 150 diamonds. However, much like the Rare Pango, an Epic Pango can only be bred or bought during certain times, such as special events.

The appearance of an Epic Pango is noticeably different from the Common and Rare Pango. Its entire body is icy blue, with some purple spots. It only has one eye, one claw on each limb, and has a purple ice cream cone logo on its chest.


What Is A Pango?

A Pango is a double-element monster made up of Air and Cold elements. They are first unlocked on Cold Island once a player reaches level 7. They are a flightless bird that is constantly cold. Although they are not seen holding an instrument, a Pango will make a percussion sound similar to castanets, which is a result of their beak or teeth clicking together in the cold. 

Like all other double-elemental monsters, the Pango is not known for having a high coin production. However, placing it by items and monsters it likes, such as the Maw, Clamble, or Digger, will increase its happiness by 25%.


Conclusion

This guide showed the best ways to breed a Pango in My Singing Monsters, including the rare and epic variants. Let us know if you have any questions in the comments below.

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