Dawn of Fire

Baby Bio:

"This half-pint handy-monster loves to scavenge discarded Monster parts for its personal repairs. Broken Bowgart bows, cast-off Clamble plates, and cracked Congle eggshells bring it endless delight, but propriety persuades it to seek out non-Monstrous materials instead. Still, young Cybops find a certain thrill in sourcing a part that is perfectly petite for its small frame, like a thimble or sewing needle."

Adult Bio:

"Cybops are creative types that demonstrate unparalleled ingenuity. Their inventive nature can be seen in the schematics they draw on cave walls, which imagine high-tech upgrades to their mechanical forms. Cybops are brave enough to dream big - but twin engines? No way!"


The Cybop is a tan fish-like monster. It has a propeller that seems to alter its vocals, as well as a spiny, mechanical body which seems to have two tubes extruding from its sides. It has a single eye tinted green, a metal jaw, and three fins with orange spines.

When this monster is idle, it stays in tempo by smoothly swaying back and forth in the air.


Voice actor: David Kerr

On the Continent, it sings with Pom Pom, and it sings "Hey, everybody! Come on, let's go!" It also sings on Space Island, and it plays during the outro. It sings "Reaching up, reaching up, reaching up, to the... sky!", and "4... 3... 2... 1...".


The Cybop can be bred with a combination of Air and Earth.

Feeding Monsters

The Cybop will request food and/or non-food items that are the products of Structures. If you cannot give the monster the food or items it requires, you can click the New Order button. After a 15 minute wait, it will ask for a new combination of foods or other items.


When given the wanted foods or items, like any monster, it will reward you coins.


Name Origin

"Cybop" is rooted in "cyber", i.e. electronic- or computer-related, and "prop", an abbreviation for propeller. It may also be rooted in "Cyclops", a one-eyed monster, and "bop", an onomatopoeia used by beatboxing and humming.


  • In DoF, unlike other games, it sings in full English.
    • This is also the first time Cybop ever sung actual words.
  • One of its default names is Cybog, a reference to a mispronunciation in a My Singing Monsters Live stream.
  • Cybop is the final natural monster to appear from My Singing Monsters.
  • The Adult bio takes a nod to its concept form and Rare Cybop. It becomes very notable when it mentions the twin engines.

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