This wriggly sprout bursts with energy. It must be loosely tied to a stick as a reminder to stay in its container. A foolish Potbelly that has accidentally rooted in the ground is an absurd botheration to sort out.
The mature Potbelly enjoys increased mobility and lives stick-free. While it does occasionally wander around bare-rooted, other Monsters know to stay clear of its undulating tendrils.
The Potbelly is a monster in My Singing Monsters: Dawn of Fire, returning from the original game. The baby Potbelly is a small green plant with two heads. It sits in a planter box, and is tied to a stick. As an adult, it sits in its trademark flower pot. Adult Potbelly now has fangs instead of regular teeth.
The Potbelly's contribution to an island's song is a two-part harmony of nasal, staccato vocals that go "bup" or "bawmp".
A Potbelly cannot be bred, unless from a breeding failure. It can only be bought for 300 coins.
The Potbelly 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.
Potbelly can be teleported to Space Island at Level 10 for a reward of 2 diamonds, or Party Island for a reward of 2 Diamonds. Teleport time for Potbelly is 7 hours to Space Island and 5 minutes to Party Island.
The Potbelly's pot is snowcovered. The stick for ensuring upright plant growth is longer, and decorated with a few leaves and a single large red Christmas bulb. It strongly resembles the tree from "A Charlie Brown Christmas".
The baby Potbelly is tied to a stick similarly to how some plants are tied to a stick to keep them upright while they grow. However, their bio states that the stick is there to keep them in the planter.