This blog is well overdue for updates! Lots have happened so far.
Kuragetchi has had a lot of adventures. I've brought him to 100% discipline, saved him from countless bear attacks, and tirelessly took care of him. My work paid off, as he became a lovely Ototochi!
This time around, Otototchi was very easy to take care of. His hearts barely dropped, and very seldom got attacked by a polar bear. I did discipline him during those times where he called for unneeded attention. I didn't get many pictures of him in this stage, however. Most have been repeats of what I've posted here in this blog and what I've seen in the past. That said, the strangest thing happened.
I guess Otototchi REALLY had to go to the bathroom, as he had two poops! I've never seen this happen before on an Ocean - I always thought that the maximum was 1 poop per screen, and then the water quality would decrease. Apparently not...
Other than that, he was normal. I kept my eye on him, but he was quite relaxed compared to his previous stage. I guess that discipline really worked, huh? Following the same evolution trends, about 3 hours to his adult transformation, I stuffed him with candy. Why? I wanted to get his weight all the weight up to 99 g. I can gladly say that all of my work paid off!
Look! He's here in all his glory. I present to you: Kujiratchi!
I love all of his expressions! I wanted to take a snapshot of him eating as well, but unfortunately my phone died. I managed to upload these pictures at least! All I can say is that his mouth becomes absolutely gigantic.
Right now he is at 75% discipline, and weights at 99 g. His weight doesn't seem to decrease. He initially started with 50% discipline (like many adults), but he has only called once so far. He has been even more relaxed than Otototchi... I like it!
I know that Keropyontchi likes to stay for about 7-8 days... I hope that I have better luck with Kujiratchi. I'd really like for him to stay for as long as possible.
As for my Familitchi, a new generation has started. Before that, I was able to get the family bond to about 40% until it dropped back down to 30%. I guess I'm missing way too many opportunities if this seems to happen! That said, they were comfortable enough to shower together... most likely because they were never separated at birth!
Later, the trio had finally reached the age for starting a family, so I took them to the dating channel. Initially I brought Uhyotchi, but I wasn't able to find a suitable match for him. Watatchi was a bit luckier. First she was paired with a Hatugatchi, but unfortunately was declined. Then she had met Furikotchi, and they had started a family together.
Unfortunately, that meant leaving Uhyotchi and Lovezukintchi alone. They weren't too pleased about that!
Before hatching the new eggs, together the happy couple became parents.
They had three children: two Mimifuwatchis, and Omututchi!
After about an hour, the kids had transformed into another Ahirukutchi, Sakuramotchi, and a Mousetchi! It seems to appear that they are getting along well. Their bond is at about 30%.
It's really neat seeing this Tamagotchi continue its generations. I thought it was a very nice touch when you see the parents interact with the kids! The two new games (golf and shoe organizing) are quite fun, but for whatever reason they don't fill up on happy hearts. I guess they are saved for another purpose? Maybe it's for bonding? Who knows.
I will post a more current picture when I can within the next day or two. Hopefully I can capture them as a toddler before they become teenagers!
Well, I'm sure most of you have lose a few braincells after reading my log. I will not apologize. But I do really appreciate you reading up to this so far! I'll see you tomorrow, hopefully!