Heart-meltingly adorable, the infant Mammott loves to be held and cuddled. Its rumbling giggles fill the air as it twiddles and tickles its own toes and feet.
Lush and dense, the fully grown Mammott's fur is unrivaled as an insulator against both the inferno of a volcanic field and the numbing cold of empty space. This goliath can flourish virtually anywhere.
The Mammott is a returning monster from the original game. The Mammott is a large, white monster, resembling a cartoonish yeti. They have yellow eyes, pink lips, fingers and feet, and are covered in white fur. As a baby, they have a single tooth, but their adult form has a full mouth of teeth.
It can be teleported to Cave Island at Level 20.
The Mammott's contribution to an island's song is a deep, rumbly bass vocal line that goes "bum".
On Cave Island, the Mammot repeatedly sings "rum ba-dum ba-dum, rum ba-dum ba da daa" five times. The sixth time, it will sing "rum badum badum, badum badum badum".
On Party Island, the Mammot sings "bum ba ba bum, buh bah bum, buh bah bum".
As a single Element monster, Mammott cannot be bred other than a breeding failure, so the best way to obtain one is to buy them from the market.
The Mammott 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.
Mammott can be teleported to Cave Island at level 20 for a reward of 4 diamonds, or Party Island at level 5 for a reward of 2 Diamonds. Teleport time for Mammott is 7 hours to Cave Island or 5 Minutes to Party Island.
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.
As an adult, the Mammott has much more realistic fur than in the original game.
The adult description of the Mammott possibly explains why the Mammott could thrive in Plant Island, Cold Island, Air Island and Earth Island of the original game.
There is a hidden bio or description within Dawn of Fire that gives a slightly more descriptive approach to its design. (Read below.)
"A vaguely humanoid monster with no neck, the Mammott has two amber-colored eyes and a large mouth where you would expect them to be, but no visible nose. White fur covers most of its body, except 3 pink fingers and toes. The Mammott resembles a yeti, a relatively well-known cryptid, or its cousin, the bigfoot."