Advice on adding fish
I am looking for some advice on adding some fish to my aquarium. I moved my tank and followed some bad advice a couple months ago and lost all my fish except one female Ocellaris clownfish. I put the clown in my QT tank and then added it a couple weeks later when I knew all the water parameters were back to normal and the small cycle that it went through was done. Then I added a Christmas Wrasse as well and that is all that is in there right now (except a few corals that survived). My parameters are back to being good again and I am looking to add more fish. This is where I need some advice.
My tank is a 75 gallon. I would like to add some fish today (after quarantine of course). I want to add a second Ocellaris clown to pair with the female I have. I know it has to be small and the female will likely be aggressive toward it for a couple weeks but then they should pair off and I am told it will be fine and to not worry about it. The next fish I want to add (along with the clown if possible) is either a Royal Gramma, some type of Blenny or Goby, or two Bengaii Cardinalfish. Would I be okay adding 2-3 of these types of fish at once with the small amount of fish I have in there right now and the size of my tank?
Also, does anyone have any advice on the type of Blenny or Goby to add? I have been leaning toward a bicolor blenny, a tailspot goby or a firefish of some sort but I am not sure yet.
Thank you in advance for any help you can give.