From Kayna's joyful song to the legendary Candelavra's brazen displays, the Monsters all have their parts to play on the My Singing Monsters: Dawn of Fire Continent. These questions will cover everything you need to know about the Monsters - from breeding them to feeding them, and everything in between. Whether you want to make new Monsters or send them away to the Outer Islands to grow up and sing new songs, learn about it all here! So get out there and start singing with your Monsters. They're waiting for you!
- How do I move a Monster?
- What does the Give button for each Monster do?
- What is the difference between giving a Monster anything and giving them what they want?
- How does the Monster Bonus work?
- Why are there exclamation marks and music notes in my Crafting Structures?
- What are the Coins above the Monster’s head?
- What is the Piggy Bank?
- How do I Breed Monsters?
- How do I rename a Monster?
- Why can’t I add a newly hatched Monster to the Continent?
- How do I teleport my Monsters?
- What is a Prismatic Monster?
- Can I purchase a Prismatic Monster?
- Can I send any Monster into the Prism Gate?
- Can I send a Prismatic Monster into the Prism Gate?
- Can I get my original Monster back?
- What is the difference between each color of Prismatic Monsters?
- How do I increase the chances of getting the Prismatic Monster I want?
You can tap and hold on a Monster to move them around the Island. You can also tap on the Monster you want to move and tap on the “Move” button. Grabbing the Monster through either method will reveal the Island grid and show your Monster’s footprint. This indicates where it will be placed if you confirm the move action. You can cancel the moving of a Monster by tapping the “Cancel” button after selecting the Monster.
Tapping on a Monster will reveal a large context menu. The “Give” button allows you to give any item from your Vault to the selected Monster. Doing so will grant the Monster progress towards it’s next level.
Giving a Monster something it wants will grant it bonus progress towards it’s next level while also giving you XP towards your player level and bonus coins!
Up to three (3) Monsters on your Continent may have a blue music note appear above their head. This means that a Monster really wants the items it’s asking for!
When you complete a Monster Bonus order, you’ll get 1.5x more XP and Coins!
When you have an item ready for one of these Monsters, the blue music note will change into a blue exclamation point.
You can unlock more Monster Bonuses by upgrading your Castle.
These notices tell you when a Monster on your Continent wants an item without even having to ask them! The exclamation marks are for items requested in regular orders, and the music notes are for Monster Bonus orders.
When a Monster starts dreaming about Coins it means that it has gathered some Coins for you. Tapping on the floating icon will add the Coins to your collection!
When more than one Monster on the Continent or an Outer Island is dreaming about Coins, the Piggy Bank button will appear! Tapping on this icon will automatically collect the Coins that every Monster has gathered for you.
To breed a Monster, you need to use the Breeding Structure and have two different species of Monsters at level 4 or higher. However, you’ll have to figure out the combinations on your own!
Tap on the Monster whose name you’d like to change, then select Info. From here, you can tap on the Pencil to rename your Monster!
Each Monster occupies a certain number of Beds, which are managed in the Castle. The number of Beds a specific Monster occupies can be found in the Monster’s info section. If the Monster you are trying to place requires more Beds than the Castle has available, you can add more Beds by upgrading the Castle, or you can sell an existing Monster to make room for the new Monster.
In My Singing Monsters: Dawn of Fire, you can also purchase a second Castle for Diamonds or buy a Hotel for Coins!
You can teleport a Monster by using the Teleport Structure on your Continent! It costs some Coins and time, but once your Monster is ready, it will be sent to one of the Outer Islands where it will grow up and sing a new song. You can also tap on the Teleport button on any Monster to see which of the Outer Islands they can go to and if they are ready to be teleported.
Prismatic Monsters are Monsters that have jumped into the Prism Gate and have come out with a whole new look. Each Prismatic Monster has a unique appearance and produces more Coins than their normal counterparts!
Prismatic Monsters are not available for purchase from the Shop.
Each Prism Gate is unique and will only accept certain Monsters. You can check which Monster species can enter the Prism Gate by tapping on it.
You can choose to send a Prismatic Monster back into the Prism Gate. There is always the chance that the Monster will return the same, or have their color altered.
Once a Monster is placed in the Prism Gate and transforms into a Prismatic, it cannot be returned to its original state.
Prismatic Monsters’ rarity is determined by their color. Higher rarity Prismatics take longer to return from the Prismatic Gate and produce even more Coins as they increase in rarity. The order of rarity is different for every Monster!
For every Prisment you send with your Monster into the Prismatic Gate, the odds of getting the corresponding color of Prismatic Monster increase. You can only use one color of a Prisment each time you send a Monster into the Prismatic Gate. There is always a chance of failure, so make sure you use as many Prisments as possible to boost your chances of getting the Prismatic that you want.