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Chi-chan

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Posted 18 May 2012 - 10:00 AM ( #1 )

I've had my Tamagotchi Nano running for over a week (I got it on the 9th of May). This is my first time running this one, so I'm wondering:

How long does it live?
I have understood that they will leave you one of two letters when they leave, and that they indicate if you have taken good of poorly care of it. What do the different letters look like, and what is good care and poor care?

Sorry if this question has been asked before, but I've tried to use the forums search function and google, and was unable to find anything.

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Posted 18 May 2012 - 10:46 AM ( #2 )

*Topic moved to 'Help for New Tamagotchi Pet Owners'*

Hey Chi-chan!

I found some information that will give you a partial answer to the question you're asking. As far as how long the Nano lives, I'm not sure but I found this little tid-bit of info relating to the letters when your Tama leaves:

Note that if you see a letter saying "Bai Bai...", that means it's the bad adult ending, and if it says "Ma-Ta-Ne!" that's the good ending. If you see a ghost/altar and it was a baby, than it died. You can still start over by pressing A + C, and if you replace the batteries or reset it, it doesn't have the option to download.


There are a few users around TamaTalk who have logged their Nanos - so perhaps they will have an answer for you regarding life span. :)

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Posted 18 May 2012 - 05:34 PM ( #3 )

It lives for 50 days, then runs away leaving a message saying "Matane!". This is the good ending. The bad ending is when it leaves a note saying, "Bai Bai!".