Breeding monsters in My Singing Monsters can be a fun and rewarding experience. By successfully breeding different monsters, you can create unique and powerful creatures to add to your collection. One monster that you may want to breed is the Pango, a double elemental monster with the elements of Air and Cold.
In this guide, we will go over everything you need to know about how to breed Pango, where it can be found, and what it likes. With this information, you can successfully breed the Pango and add it to your collection of singing monsters.
It is a unique and interesting monster in the world of My Singing Monsters. It is known for its double elemental abilities, combining the elements of Air and Cold to create its own unique sound. The Pango is a flightless monster, and as a result, it must content itself with staying on the ground and chattering. Despite this, the Pango is a vital part of the endless chorus of singing monsters on the various islands.
The Pango is known for its appearance, which resembles winter clothing. Its fur is thick, helping it to stay warm in the colder environments it is found in. In addition to its fur, the Pango also has a long, sharp beak, which it uses to make its distinctive chattering sound.
How to Breed Pango Monster
Breeding the Pango monster in My Singing Monsters can be a bit of a challenge if you don’t know which two monsters to combine.
Here are the possible combinations for breeding the Pango:
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To breed the Pango, you will need to have a Tweedle and a Mammott on the Cold or Air islands. These two monsters can be bred together to create the Pango.
Every monster in My Singing Monsters has different things that they like. For every unique object that they like that is placed near the monster, the monster’s happiness will increase by 25%.
Placing more than one of the same liked items near a monster will not increase its happiness by an additional amount. If there is a Unity Tree on the island, items do not need to be near the monster for its happiness to increase.
The Pango likes the following items:
Placing these items near the Pango can increase its happiness and boost its coin production.
Combinations Include Pango
The Pango can also be used in certain breeding combinations to create other monsters.
Here are some combinations that include the Pango:
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By breeding the Pango with these other monsters, you can create new and unique creatures to add to your collection.
Where the Pango Lives:
Pango can be found on the following Islands in My Singing Monsters:
- Cold Island
Can Be Brought to Following Islands:
- Air Island
- Earth Island
- Fire Oasis
- Tribal Island
- The Colossingum
- Composer Island
- Gold Island
It can be placed on any of these islands, but it is most at home on the Cold and Air islands.
Boost Earnings by Placing Decorations
In addition to placing liked items near the Pango, you can also boost its coin production by placing decorations on the island.
The Pango likes the following decorations:
- Digger (level 14)
- Hollow Log (level 12)
- Babayag Tower (level 15)
Placing these decorations on the island can increase the Pango’s happiness and boost its coin production.
The Pango Likes These Monsters
In addition to liking certain items and decorations, the Pango also has a preference for certain monsters.
It likes the following monsters:
- Maw (requires level 7)
- Clamble (level 9)
Having these monsters on the same island as the Pango will increase its happiness.
Name of Monsters Who Like Pango
There are also certain monsters that have a preference for the Pango.
The monsters that like the Pango are:
- Rare Pango
- Epic Congle
These monsters on the same island as the Pango will increase their happiness.
Feeding Pango Monsters
In order to level up your Pango monster, you will need to feed it four times. Each time you feed it, the Pango will gain experience and eventually reach the next level. Increasing the Pango’s level will increase its coin production and maximum coin capacity.
Pango Buying Price and Selling Price
The Pango can be purchased for 30 diamonds or 4,000 coins on Composer Island. It can also be purchased for 35 diamonds on the Colossingum. The Pango can be sold for 11,250 coins or 3,000 coins on Composer Island.
Pango Breeding/Incubation Time
The default breeding time for the Pango is 8 hours. However, using certain breeding structures and game features can reduce this time. The Pango’s incubation time can be reduced to 6 hours using an Enhanced Breeding Structure.
Pango Placement XP
When you place the Pango on one of your islands, it will give you 4,000 XP. This can help you level up and unlock new features in the game.
There are two versions of the Pango in My Singing Monsters: Rare and Epic. The Rare Pango can be obtained through regular breeding, while the Epic Pango can be obtained through special events or by using Epic Breeding Structures. The Epic Pango has higher stats and a unique appearance than the Rare Pango.
The Pango is a unique and powerful monster in My Singing Monsters. With its double elemental abilities and preference for certain items and monsters, it can be a valuable addition to your collection. Following this guide, you can successfully breed the Pango and add it to your island.