|Exclusive to My Singing Monsters: Dawn of Fire|
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|“||A Glowl nestling isn't afraid of the dark: it glows! The tail feathers are so intensely pigmented they continue to be luminous even when shed. Glowl plumes are highly prized as torches, and since these creatures molt only once in a lifetime, very rare.||”|
|“||Fully-fledged Glowls are an imposing sight, with a song that carries vast distances. There are many legends regarding the marvelous powers of a Glowl pinion, but they are never shed, and no one has ever attempted to pluck one.||”|
The Glowl resembles an owl. Its feathers on its large wings are in an ombré pattern, starting at yellow and ending at magenta. It has a white patch on its chest and the body is covered in brown. It has eyebrows with purple markings. It has two tail feathers, each with a flame on it.
As an adult, it appears to look more like a phoenix (or an eagle). Its body is slouched/crouched. Its wings are larger, each with two claws or hooks on its tip. It has an additional flaming tail feather, and its beak is larger.
On The Continent, The Glowl sings "Hey ya hey hoo way, hey ya hey hoo way!"
On Cave Island, The Glowl sings "Haa, ya, ya, yoohh! Yaaaa-aah-ah! Haah, yah yah yoohh! Yaaaaaa, aah aah! Haa, ya, ya, yaaaaaa-aaaahhh!" It sings a tune in a similar way to the Yelmut.
A Glowl can be bred with a combination of Air and Fire. Possible combinations include:
The Glowl 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.
Glowl can be teleported to Cave Island when fed to level 20 for a reward of 5 diamonds. Teleport time for Glowl is 10 hours.
Most likely a portmanteau of glow & owl.
- One of the Glowl's possible names, Theena, is a reference to Athena, the Greek goddess of wisdom, who was symbolized by an owl.
- In the code, it is called "Firebird".
- The possible names "Circe" is a name for females that use magic in Greek mythology.
|Monsters (Dawn of Fire)|