So there's been a few new changes since the last week!
First things first: unfortunately I did not get a Zachi. I don't know why, to be honest! I did notice that Zuccitchi called for discipline quite a bit, despite having 100% training. I can say for sure that I definitely missed quite a few of those. He also got sick twice, each separated by three days, but still he did not transform. Maybe I didn't get him because of that one time where he dropped to two hearts? Who knows.
Despite failing to change, he was really nice to have around. He's certainly goofy when he cheers for something! Eating time has never been so exciting for me before. Unfortunately, he left me at the young age of 15. I have no idea if that's typical for these guys, but I can say for sure that I definitely forgot about him on a few occasions, after I accepted the fact that he wasn't going to transform. Studying has been running my life!
I haven't started a new character since. But hopefully I will be able to resume my goal of getting a secret character some other day.
While I was raising Zuccitchi, I also started up my Ocean again. However, he didn't last long because I guess I fed him too many snacks? He was an Ototochi before he had left me. It's strange because I've had many good teens pass away on me, but I've only had one Kingyotchi leave me!
I was quite sad that Ototochi had left me, so I restarted my Ocean, and also started my Digimon again. Am I crazy? Yeah. I wanted to get a Kujiratchi and a Seadramon, but it didn't take very long for me to put them BOTH on pause. They both were in the toddler stage - Koromon and a Kuragetchi - before I put them into their slumber.
I was awoken by strange loooong beeps. To my surprise, Koromon had digivolved into Agumon without my knowledge, and I found him dying! I felt really bad because I genuinely did not know that Digimon stop pausing after a while. I had made sure to pause him when he was asleep, but I guess that wasn't enough for him to stop the evolution process. Sorry Agumon! :'(
I don't know if I've mentioned this in a previous log, but I took the plunge and ordered an ID-L. I was one of those lucky customers that snagged an english one for quite cheap - I bought a beautiful yellow one. It arrived sometime last week, and it has been such a joy to have so far. I was so excited to see a coloured Tamagotchi, and it was certainly a lot smaller than I had anticipated. Compared to the vintages it is HUGE, but it still fits comfortably in my jacket pocket.
The only thing I was disappointed about was that there was no tab to pull! I guess I'm too used to the older Tamagotchis; it was weird having to put in batteries to get everything going. Having said that, it all changed very fast when I saw a coloured screen and an egg rolling around.
Isn't it pretty? After setting the time and entering my name, my egg began to hatch into a tiny little girl with a bow! Well... referring to the character chart, it would appear that both baby girls have bows... Specifically, I got a Momoirotchi.
Unfortunately I was way too excited with my new Tamagotchi that I completely forgot about taking pictures. Even though the Tamagotchi was in english, I found that a lot had changed, and I could not pick up this Tamagotchi as quick as I originally anticipated. Even now, I'm still getting used to these things! But I can say for sure that I know how to at least operate it, for the most part.
About a very quick hour later, Momoirotchi transformed into a very cute swiss roll... or at least that's what I think she's supposed to be! She became a Rolutchi!
I was surprised at how early she went to bed and got up. She was very easy to care for, and I was surprised at the lack of discipline. I took her to Donut Park quite a bit, and bought her a few toys. She seems to always end up killing her test-tube plant every time she cares for it though.
Looking through my pictures, I'm kicking myself a little bit. It would appear that I forgot to take a picture of Rolutchi as a teenager... Oops. She became a cute little cactus though - Sabosabotchi to be exact! Caring for her was quite easy.
In this stage, she managed to get a pet! I visited Donut Park quite often in the morning, and she would always interact with Bagubagutchi. Quite a cute fella! They played soccer more than a few times - I was actually a bit surprised at that dog's coordination!
Come about 24 hours later, my little cactus transformed into a Cupcake gal.
I wouldn't have been surprised if I saw her on Wreck it Ralph! She has quite the personality though. She likes to call for attention - asking me to dress her up or to play games with her. I always panic because I usually see the attention icon lit up when this happens! It happened so much that I gave up and bought her a few accessories. So far, she has made me deprived of Gotchi dollars!
So far though, I am definitely enjoying the ID-L. I was initially apprehensive because there was a lot of connection models that I did not enjoy as much as I thought. I can't wait to see what happens next!