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    Creatchi and Critchi evolved! they have matching ribbons also, Tekelitchi hit 99 years today! happy max age day, Tekelitchi
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    I'm in! I'll be running my Tamgotchi Friends Dream Town
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    got another very cute proposal shortly after entering the app, and there was no way i could say no to that i won't be able to directly get polybaketchi genes with Creatchi or Critchi either, but twins are always fun
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    Mitchi's adult stage! a cute little angry ghost i will probably find a marriage partner for him in a bit
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    Hey everybody! I thought it'd be fun to initiate a hatch where we run our favorite tamagotchi(s)! This allows for you to show off your favorite(s) through logging about them. I'm expecting there to be lots of variety since everyone's tastes are different, meaning some might finish logging sooner than others depending on the version(s) they use. I'm planning to only have this hatch last for 1 generation, unless y'all want to continue past that! Let me know The rules are simple. The hatch will begin on Sunday, May 17th. There's no specific time that you have to hatch at due to differences in time zones. Pictures are optional, but I recommend them! You can begin on any generation, no need to do a full reset unless you want. As long as you start with a baby and update us when you can, you're all good! As for what version you hatch, it's all up to you! It can be your favorite shell, a version with your favorite character, an old favorite, all-time favorite, current/recent favorite, etc.! As long as it's a tamagotchi, that's all that matters. Feel free to hatch multiple favorites if you want. Not everyone can just choose one, lol! So start thinking about which tamagotchi(s) you love most! I have a lot of favorites, so it'll take some thinking for me. I'll keep you posted on what version I decide to hatch when the time comes
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    I currently have 2 Raku Raku Dinokun (the Japanese version). The first one I bought worked great until 24hr after starting it where the batteries would ooze/leak and stop the buttons from working. I went through 3 brand new pairs of LR44s trying to figure it out. I ended up getting a new one that was sold as “un-used”. It’s the green one that says Raku Raku Dinokun, however the start animation is the volcano explosion (from the English version) and the battery compartment part of the shell looks like a fake mold with a massive piece missing from the inside of the battery slot wall. Does anyone have any idea why the first made batteries leak or why the second one is a Japanese shell with English programming? Both were bought from a reputable seller and I’m crushed :(
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    My collection (it's currently missing a couple V4s, V3s, and my Osu and Mesu
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    Edit: Found a video of a japanese shell with the explosion animation. About the battery leak, I'm not quite sure, but perhaps the batteries had been sitting in the store for a while or got exposed to sunlight/heat? Also, do you mind posting some pictures of the shell? Here is some info for posterity on identifying dinkie shells: And here are some instructions. http://www.tamenagerie.com/ddinoinst.html Just for interest, there's a 4-in-1 variant (Dinkie Dino, Dinkie Penguin, Space Creature, & Dinkie Dog) and an 8-in-1 variant.
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    I've had my v2 for longer so I feel the same. I think I just like the character selection better and I also enjoy the slot game on the v2. Both are very similar and I love both, but I feel like I'm more likely to run my v2 instead of my v3.
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    Mitchi evolved! looks like probably the Dorotchi body this time
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    Today was another really long day! Mondays and Thursdays are my most hectic days during the week. On Thursday, I have two classes and a double rehearsal because wind ensemble and orchestra both rehearse on the same day. Wind ensemble is from 4:15 to 5:30 and then I have a dinner break until orchestra. Orchestra runs from 7:30 all the way to 10:00 at night. We are working on Tchaikovsky's 5th symphony for our December concert. Tchaikovsky is one of my favorite composers and I absolutely love this symphony (well, for the most part). The second movement is gorgeous. No matter how many times I hear it, I never get tired of those melodies. The other movements are nice, but the last one has never been one of my favorites. It's just really loud and repetitive. Since it's probably the most famous movement out of all of his symphonies I guess I can't say anything, but I don't always enjoy playing it There were plenty of moments in the rehearsal tonight when just the strings were being worked with (they need a lot of attention) so these were the perfect opportunities to play with Mametchi a bit. She definitely began showing some signs of old age today. She is now 12 years old and up until today she would only drop a heart about every hour or so. Today, she began needing some attention about every thirty minutes. I don't mind because it makes me feel more needed...but I don't like seeing her age. I know I'm going to miss her an awful lot when she leaves me. I got a really good picture of her today though! Sometimes it's hard to get a clear one. Unfortunately, my Angelgotch didn't come in the mail today...but I'm still hopeful that it might be here tomorrow. Fridays are really nice because I only have one class, and then I'm done for the day after 11. Tomorrow we are having a double reed studio Halloween party in my apartment! I'm definitely gonna have to clean a ton because it is not even close to presentable right now. I live with three other guys, so at least the mess is not all mine I really don't help the problem though haha.
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    Today has been quite a long day. I have spent most of the day practicing and making oboe reeds. My senior recital is rapidly approaching and I have to make every second of practice count. My recital will be on December 4th and will be featuring a mostly 20th century program. I'll be performing the Malcolm Arnold Sonatina for Oboe and Piano, Debussy's Reverie (arranged for oboe and harp), the Britten Phantasy Quartet, 3 Diversions for 2 Oboes by Jeffrey Rathbun (my teacher!), and the Goossens Oboe Concerto. I am very, very excited for the recital (and also terrified) because I absolutely LOVE everything about this music. I can't wait to share it with everyone. Other than the usual practicing and reed making, I spent a super eventful hour and a half sitting in a West Side Story rehearsal and only playing about two minutes. I am playing oboe and English horn for my school's production of West Side. I love the show, but there just isn't much written for the oboe. I spend most of the time sitting there bored to death. These are times when I'm really glad I have my tamas for company. My Mametchi and I played the game together for most of the rehearsal. I guess I'm just going old school but I am super into the 90's tamas right now. So, if you are interested in the tamagotchi ancestors, this log will be exciting for you! I plan to have quite a few P1, P2, and an Angelgotch running very soon. I think my attraction to them is the longer life span. You get to keep your adult (assuming you take good care of it) for a much longer time than the later versions. I like being able to spend a lot of quality time with my tamas. I am really enjoying Mametchi on my P1 and I look forward to many more days with her. I am going to try my best to keep her for as long as possible. She has been in extremely good health so far and hasn’t showed any signs of old age. She did get sick for no apparent reason today, which worries me a bit. I know I should technically have at least ten more days with her if I’m careful. I am especially grateful for Mametchi’s company when I’m making reeds. As an oboist, it is required that I make my own reeds to play on. The casual player usually purchases machine made reeds or buys from a vendor. Serious students need to learn how to make their own. There are many benefits to making your own reeds, even though the task is REALLY frustrating. By making your own, you are never at the mercy of someone else. You can always have a reed ready when you need it. You can also adjust them to suit the individual oboe and your own preferences. So, making your own gives you a huge advantage. Mametchi watched me work on reeds for hours today. Of course, I took breaks to play with her. I am currently awaiting the arrival of some of my tamas from home. Hopefully they will come in the mail on Friday. I’m also anxiously awaiting the arrival of my silver Angelgotch that I ordered last week. It is due to get here sometime between tomorrow and November 15th… I’m really hoping it is here sooner rather than later. I am dying to start up an Angel. They are so much fun. Once I get a few more tamas here, there will be a lot more to write about! Mametchi went to sleep a couple of hours ago and I should really do the same.