My tama just became an adult that looks like a flower. I have looked around, and can't find the name for this type anywhere. If you know what the type is, PLEASE REPLY!!!!!!!!
He was a Puoperatchi, even-generation, before this.
Posted 06 September 2005 - 10:10 AM
It is on that chart, two under the Gozarutchi. Only thing is, the site does not have a name for it. That's been the case with every growth chart I've seen so far. Thanks for trying, though. The tama looks like a flower with three dark buds on top of his head and leaves for hands.