How do you breed a Clamble?

Answered by Tom Adger

To breed a Clamble, you need to have unlocked Plant Island and have access to monsters with the Earth, Cold, and Plant elements. The breeding process requires combining two monsters that possess these three elements. Here’s how I went about breeding my own Clamble.

First, I made sure that I had unlocked all the available monsters on Plant Island. This allowed me to have a wide range of options for breeding combinations. Then, I looked for monsters that had the Earth, Cold, and Plant elements. I found that the Entbrat and the Shugabush were two suitable options.

Next, I placed the Entbrat and the Shugabush in breeding structures next to each other. The breeding process usually takes some time, but in this case, it took 12 hours. During this time, I eagerly awaited the outcome, hoping to obtain a Clamble.

After the 12-hour wait, I excitedly checked the breeding structure, and to my delight, I had successfully bred a Clamble! The Clamble egg was ready to be hatched, and I eagerly awaited its arrival.

Breeding a Clamble requires a bit of patience and experimentation. If the combination of the Entbrat and the Shugabush doesn’t work for you, don’t worry! There are many other monsters on Plant Island that possess the Earth, Cold, and Plant elements. You can try different combinations until you find the one that works for you.

One thing I learned from my breeding experiences in the Monster world is that each combination has its own unique chances of success. It’s all about trial and error, and sometimes, luck plays a role too. So don’t get discouraged if you don’t get a Clamble on your first try. Keep experimenting, and eventually, you’ll succeed.

Breeding a Clamble on Plant Island requires combining monsters that possess the Earth, Cold, and Plant elements. I personally found success by breeding an Entbrat and a Shugabush, but there are many other combinations you can try. Remember, patience and experimentation are key in the Monster world, so don’t give up if you don’t succeed at first. Good luck on your Clamble breeding journey!