It’s always kind of weird when there are ghostly creatures in monster-collecting games. After all, doesn’t being a ghost imply they used to be a living thing? Though, then again, I can’t even imagine what My Singing Monsters’ Ghazt used to be if that were the case, especially since you can breed them as-is. Speaking of which, how do you breed Ghazt in My Singing Monsters?
How do you Breed Ghazt in My Singing Monsters?
Ghazt is a Plasma-wielding Ethereal-class Monster in My Singing Monsters, producing a zippy, electronic sound akin to a keyboard synthesizer. It’s a great mid-tier Monster for producing coins before you work your way up to the heavy hitters, but if you want one, you’re going to need a couple of your other monsters to get acquainted with one another.
You can breed a Ghazt by bringing together an Entbrat and any Monster that utilizes a combination of three elements. The first component always has to be an Entbrat, but anyone is fine for the second as long as they’ve got three elements going for them. Some of the best combinations for Ghazt breeding include:
- Entbrat and T-Rox
- Entbrat and Clamble
- Entbrat and Pummel
- Entbrat and Bowgart
How Long is the Wait for a Ghazt Egg?
The tricky thing about breeding a Ghazt is that the odds of one being produced are extremely low, only around 1%, so you’ll need to be prepared to do a lot of breeding and a lot of waiting if you want to get a Ghazt in this manner.
If you do finally get a Ghazt egg, the time it’ll take for it to hatch varies a bit depending on the parent Monsters you used. In the best-case scenario, it’ll only take between 7 and 10 hours, while the worst-case scenario is 1 day and 12 hours.
Stay persistent and patient, and with any luck, you’ll get your ethereal cat ghost thing in the shortest time possible. Just what you’ve always wanted!