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Using a Morino for the first time, help?

morino cocoon help

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tamagoomy

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Posted 02 November 2013 - 03:18 AM ( #1 )

Okay so this is the first time I've ever used a Morino and it just cocooned. What will happen when I sleep? Is there a rate at which the temperature changes?



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Posted 02 November 2013 - 04:48 AM ( #2 )

I don't know for sure from personal experience, but reading up on things posted around this forum and on other sites...

I think you need to keep an eye on the temperature - it affects the characters you get.  Not sure how much information is out there about temp ranges and how quickly they change but one other thread on TT mentions it is worth pausing them when they are in cocoon stage - here's a link - it might give you some other useful background info too: http://www.tamatalk....s/#entry3246539



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Posted 02 November 2013 - 02:23 PM ( #3 )

From my experience, I was able to sleep without the cocoon burning/freezing. I tend to change the temperature right before I head off to bed.

 

Having said that, if it's your first Morino, I would maybe pause it just to be on the same side. :) I don't know how frequently you check your Tamagotchi's temperature! 



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Posted 02 November 2013 - 09:44 PM ( #4 )

I have a morino and I normally just pause it over night so I won't have to worry about it getting too hot or cold while i sleep. makes it take a bit longer to emerge from the cocoon but it's just how I do it






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