|“||Mammotts’ luxurious fur ensures that these Cold elementals are never chilly. Tangles, however, are an ongoing issue. Their resonant anthem celebrates blizzards and frosted windows. Mammotts do not shovel snow.||”|
|— Monster Biography|
A vaguely humanoid monster with no neck, the Mammott has two yellow eyes and a large mouth, but no visible nose. White fur covers most of its body, except for its three pink fingers and toes. The Mammott resembles the yeti, a relatively well-known cryptid, or its cousin, the bigfoot.
When the monster is idle, it stays in tempo by swaying its arms, standing on its toes, and periodically smiling.
Voice actor: Matthew J. Stewart
The Mammott typically sings "bum" to the bassline of its Island's song. This is true for every Island except Air Island, on which it sings "heyo" as a compliment to the bassline. The Mammott's vocal range encompasses D2 through G#3, making its voice type bass.
The Mammott is available in the market at Level 2 and is purchasable with coins. They can also be produced by breeding an unstable combination between a Mammott and a monster with more than one element.
On Shugabush Island, the Mammott must either be purchased with diamonds or teleported from any other island it is found on (not including Gold) once it reaches level 15.
Earning Rate and Maximum Income
Earning rate is in coins per hour and depends on Happiness % (Likes increase Happiness), also each monster has a limit to how much income it can hold at a time. Increasing the monster's level increases the limit.
Each monster needs to be fed four times before it reaches the next level. Increasing the monster's level increases the coins earned per minute, as well as the maximum coins earned.
|The food per level table:|
More info can be found in this article.
Every monster has different things that they like. For every unique object that they like that's placed near the monster, the monster's happiness will increase by 25%. Placing more than one of the same liked item near a monster will still only increase its happiness by 25%. If there's a Unity Tree on the island, items don't need to be near the monsters. Below are the things liked by Mammott:
- Fwog (requires level 7) (, )
- Quibble (level 7) (, , , )
- Quarrister (level 9) ()
- Pluckbill (level 9) ()
- Stogg (level 9) ()
- Meldablend (level 5)
- Bottomless Pit (level 18)
- Stritch Skin (level 6) ()
See the Likes page to view a complete list of all monsters' likes.
Used in Breeding
|Mammott is used in the following breeding combinations:|
Wublin Egg Consumption
While trying to breed other monsters (particularly monsters with a very low chance of breeding), the following Wublins can be used to "dispose of" Mammott eggs immediately instead of putting them into a Nursery and having that Nursery not be available.
|Monster Egg||Wublin 1||Wublin 2|
|10 eggs||8 eggs|
Note that bred monster eggs can only be "disposed of" into inactive Wublin statues; active Wublins do not accept monster eggs. Also note that inactive Wublin statues to which you have already disposed the number of Mammott eggs that Wublin accepts, will no longer be available as a "recycle bin" for such eggs.
Celestial Egg Consumption
While trying to breed other Monsters (particularly Monsters with a very low chance of breeding), the following Celestials can be used to "dispose of" Mammott eggs immediately instead of putting them into a Nursery and having that Nursery not be available.
|Monster Egg||Celestial 1||Celestial 2||Celestial 3||Celestial 4||Celestial 5||Celestial 6|
|40 eggs||35 eggs||25 eggs||25 eggs||25 eggs||10 eggs|
Note that bred Monster eggs can only be "disposed of" into inactive Celestial statues; active Celestials do not accept Monster eggs. Also note that inactive Celestial statues to which you have already disposed the number of Mammott eggs that Celestial accepts, will no longer be available as a "recycle bin" for such eggs.
To see how efficient Mammott is at generating resources compared to other monsters check:
The name "Mammott" may come from the already extinct Mammoth, because of the furry coats and affinity to cold that both the monster and the ancient creature have.
Possible Monster Names
To see all possible names for Mammott, see Monster Names.
- Main article: Costumes
On October 29th, 2012, the Mammott dressed up as a pirate with a striped shirt, eyepatch, and wooden tooth. In October 2014, it also donned a pirate hat as well as a hook-hand. For the 2015 season, the Mammott dressed up with black fur and bones. This outfit was repeated for every subsequent Spooktacle.
Festival of Yay
On December 12th, 2014, the Mammott dressed up as Santa.
- The Mammott and the Furcorn both share one of the main mascots of the My Singing Monsters franchise, along with PomPom.
- Along with Potbelly, the Mammott appears on the most Islands out of all Monsters in the original game, at 10 Islands.
- With the iOS app update from version 1.0.2 to 1.0.3, the game icon changed from the Furcorn to the Mammott. However, in the Version 1.4.0 update, this has changed back to a single Furcorn.
- The Mammott has its own game and is called My Mammott.
- Apparently, the translation of "Mammott" in the French version of My Singing Monsters means "Mammoth guy".
- To correctly pronounce "Mammott", simply say it in the way you would say for "mammoth" but with a t sound instead of a hard th.
- Mammotts apparently do not have noses, therefore they should not be able to hum.
- On Faerie Island, the animation used when Mammott is humming shows its "nose" clenched in. This perhaps means that Mammott has a nose, but it isn't pronounced.
- The Mammott's current Spooktacle costume shows a nose in the skeleton, but that may not be Mammott's actual skeletal formation, so that may not be how Mammott's skeleton really looks like.
- Before the final drawing of the Mammott shape, it was drawn as what looks like a shark. In another video of some of the "Behind the scene" My Singing Monster action, there was a Mammott with the same teeth as the shark prototype. This is odd, given that the Mammott (and the Cold element in general) aren't on Water Island.
- "Mammut" is the scientific name for the Mastodon, an extinct elephant-like creature, similar to mammoths and elephants.
- The Mammott has only three fingers on each hand, making it difficult to prevent ambiguity when using the "pointing gesture".
- Sometimes in Plant Island, a trombone can be heard after the "ba-bum" lyric.
- The Mammott makes an appearance in Big Blue Bubble's game "Pixel Dodgers".
- The Mammott idle animation is the Mammott moving its arms and feet up and down, as well as the music speech bubble moving in and out.
- The Mammott "death" animation is basically the Mammott making a heartfelt gesture and slowly turning into a Mammott egg.
- In Furcorn's Jelly Dreams, Mammott's fur gets brighter and more color-saturated.
- A group of Mammotts is called a grumble.
- Mammott can also be heard in the loading screen song singing Shombagala Shombagala Bum Bum! Sounds Just Like Grumpyre on Ethereal Island.
- One of Mammott's default names, "Chewy", could be a reference to Chewbacca from the Star Wars franchise, who has a similar design to Mammott.
- Two of Mammott's default names, "Squatch" and "Bomidabul", are references to the Sasquatch/Bigfoot and Abominable Snowman/Yeti cryptids respectively, whose appearances Mammott was designed after.
- Mammotts have 3 stomachs, as noted in My Singing Monsters: Fandemonium episode 3.
- According to PomPom, in My Singing Monsters: Fandemonium Episode 6, Mammott has Binderphobia, which is a fear of binders.
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