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Boshia

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Posted 13 July 2010 - 11:45 AM ( #1 )

How long does a typical Angelgotchi character "live?" Because I have the best character(the twins), she's 17 and still living...but then again, I also paused her a lot. She's losing hearts every ten minutes now, is she close to dying? I just want to know because I don't want to hatch my Morino that just came in until my Angel goes, so I can put all my attention on the Morino. Thanks! :)

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Posted 13 July 2010 - 11:58 AM ( #2 )

The typical lifespan of an Angel is about 2 weeks. Since you paused it, it makes sense that she's a little older than expected. For the vintage Tamagotchis, you know they're close to leaving when their hearts start emptying like crazy. The vintage Tamagotchis get more demanding once they reach the 20s. I've had a P2 running on and off since May (yes, I've been pausing A LOT :)) and it's currently 26, I believe. It empties completely within 15-20 minutes.

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Posted 13 July 2010 - 02:57 PM ( #3 )

Thank you for answering, I never knew that the old Tamagotchis got needier as they aged! I think my v4's just stay the same, lol. But I have a question...are you sure the typical lifespan is two weeks? I've been looking at this section on the forum, and it seems like the Futagotenshis live until they're in their 20's....? They are the best character you can get on an Angel(and seemingly the easiest one), so wouldn't it be natural for them to have a longer lifespan? I'm just curious, and sort of throwing some stuff out there. Has anyone else had the twin angels that seem to never want to die? o.O. I don't want to reset it or turn off the lights, because I have a hard time doing that when they're adults >.<. Thanks,
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Posted 13 July 2010 - 03:44 PM ( #4 )

I had them a few times. They lasted about 2 weeks. Sometimes a bit longer depending if you really play with them alot when they are fairly old in tama-age. It can also depend on Tenshi/Angel Power.

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Posted 13 July 2010 - 04:00 PM ( #5 )

I had them a few times. They lasted about 2 weeks. Sometimes a bit longer depending if you really play with them alot when they are fairly old in tama-age. It can also depend on Tenshi/Angel Power.

Yay! So, I'm guessing that the lower the TP, the faster she will die? And if I let the hearts go down more often, then she also dies faster? I hope they usually die around two weeks :D

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Posted 13 July 2010 - 05:08 PM ( #6 )

I had the twins three or four times. One of mine lived for 28 days. Nope, no pausing. I never got one older than that, thankfully. I like having Angel around and all, but enough is enough.

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Posted 13 July 2010 - 05:14 PM ( #7 )

Hahaha, this is kind of sad, you wanting your Angel to die. :D I get what you're saying though. I almost want to put my P2 out of its misery, as horrible as that sounds, it's so needy! The reason why I've had it around so long on pause is that I don't have the heart to neglect it. :lol: I've never experimented with the TP idea. Normally when I had the twins (they're very easy to get, as you've probably seen), I would just get tired or something and accidentally leave it and then they would depart. I've never seen how far they can go but apparently they can go very far. I'm not saying that it's always 2 weeks for the lifespan, it's just that it's typically 2 weeks.

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Posted 13 July 2010 - 05:22 PM ( #8 )

I know it's kind of sad, but I just don't want to be playing with two vintage Tamas at one time, and I don't know how I would do with a tama that I've never played with before and one that's needy like crazy, lol. I'm guessing you don't like to reset your adult tamas either? And 28 days, wow >.<. I hope mine doesn't hang around that long! Thanks OldSchoolTama and Jayny, if anyone else has any experiences with the twins' lifespans, please share! :D

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Posted 18 July 2010 - 10:20 AM ( #9 )

UPDATE-At age 21, right when the twins awoke, they departed for Tama heaven, fully fledged angels now and ready for work :blink:. I'm glad they're gone, their neediness was really ridiculous(and to think that in a few months i'll be looking for an Ocean!). I did kind of get attached to the little ones, but it's better that they're gone now^^.