Decotchi

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  1. Day 15 & 16 It's been a very eventful two days, but I am aware that I say that in every log Day 15 My Entama pair got married! And had an adorable pair of baby boys! It seems I'm officially in the Meme family now, though I'm hoping these boys can eventually pair with some members of the Kuchi-family as I'd like to try for some Kuchi characters in the future. My V3 pair left their babies, also boys: They enjoyed each other's company after evolving into a pair of Tamatchis: Day 16 Today began with the realization that my Petit family was of marriageable age! With some sadness at splitting up my adorable Petit family, I decided to go on the Dating Show and was paired with Chantotchi. It was really cute seeing them together as Petiputchi is a third her size. He had to jump to kiss her! They had three babies, two of which were Mimifuwatchi so I might try to get the Mame or Violet family for the next generation: Here are the parents after they evolved: Some quality time playing golf! And the evolved toddlers: Not long after, I was greeted by my Akai twin babies: They then evolved into Kuribotchi, which according to the growth charts is the result of poor care but I disagree. I took perfect care of them, so I think it may also have to do with which generation you're on: Since my Akai and Familitchi are early risers, I had some free time before the other babies woke up: They both evolved into Hitodetchi despite being different versions which I find cute (pink is Keitai, white is English V2): I wasn't expecting much else to happen today, and then I heard my Osu/Mesu pair evolve! I'm very pleased, I got Marumimitchi and Mimikotchi! Shortly after I was surprised again by my Uratama evolving into Ura Togetchi, one of my favorite characters: And then by my V3 pair evolving (I don't know about you but I love Pirorirotchi!) : And finally, my Ichigo Yogurt Keitai was paired with Kuchipatchi and had a baby boy!: Lots of excitement these last two days. Tomorrow should bring more, but I'm glad that all of these events happened on a lazy Sunday rather than a busy Monday. I was able to give my tamas my full attention and enjoy the games, use password and codes (finally!), and connect them for many playdates. All in all, a great tama day!
  2. My favorite artist is David Bowie Lately I've been listening to a lot of the neglected songs on my iTunes, from various artists/genres
  3. It's been much less stressful than I imagined, but that's because I work from home so I can keep them next to me at all times Some days when I'm very busy with work and other things, it can get a bit busy with the tamas especially when several of them are in similar stages (like when the parents have just left the babies all at the same time). But it's been fun, so I continue!
  4. Yes! I've been trying to get them to replicate it but I guess they all like each other too much now lol. Basically they send a gift and there's a little black skull inside (the same one that appears when they get sick), then the tama that received it looks sad and the attention icon goes off and you have to give them medicine.
  5. Day 14 Wow, it's been two weeks since I started this challenge! It feels like it was just a few days ago... Today was very eventful - so many marriages! My Keitai and Akais matchmaker appeared at the same time, so I was only able to snap a photo of the final product - a baby boy and two baby girls! Later in the day my V2 was matched with a Dorotchi and they had a baby boy! Here are all of the new parents, including the two V3s from yesterday. My Entama got a job at a flowershop! She and my watermelon tama have bonded to the highest friendship level. Once my Shimashimatchi is of age (so, tomorrow) they will be able to get married And finally, my Uratama had a nice relaxing bath. I envy him
  6. Haha is this a Transformers x Tamagotchi crossover?
  7. Day 12 & 13 It's been a busy few days, both for me and my tamas! Day 12 Yesterday we had a few evolutions - my Entamas evolved into Memetchi and Shimashimatchi. Forgot to get a photo of Memetchi, but oh well: Day 13 Today began with the marriage of my V3s, and the birth of their sons! Later on we had several evolutions. My Keitai evolved into Memetchi: My Uratama evolved into Kujakutchi: And my Osu/Mesu pair evolved into Morutchi and Moritchi! I've decided that when I end this challenge and begin running only a few tamas at once, I'll start with the Osu/Mesu pair. Since removing the batteries resets them, I'd like to keep them running to experience all TMP levels. That's it for today - I didn't do much visiting or playing games since I've been very busy with work. But the weekend is coming soon!
  8. Have a lot on my plate lately, so I think I'll be gathering a few days worth of photos for each log, since I haven't been able to log daily. :kusatchi:

  9. Jelly Bean is such a cute name! Looking forward to the rest of your log
  10. I've seen them too, but sadly they're usually North American sellers that don't want to ship internationally One day I'll find it though! For now, I'm on a tama-buying ban until further notice... also, cool hair color!
  11. Ugh one of my tama mails was almost here and randomly got returned to sender. DHL is seriously annoying...:angry:

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    2. Decotchi

      Decotchi

      @Knighttchi's Ballad The weird thing is that yesterday, right after being notified that DHL couldn't deliver my tama I got a knock at the door and it was a DHL delivery man delivering a different package...it makes no sense. But oh well - the eBay seller is going to ship it again using a different courier so fingers crossed it works out!

    3. Knighttchi's Ballad

      Knighttchi's Ballad

      Man, that is weird. I hope it works this time around :^)

    4. Shulk

      Shulk

      Hope it works out! I heard DHL can be annoying.

  12. That is a very nice signature! Anyway I guess we're back to square 1
  13. I love that cherry V3! That's one of my top wishlist tamas. V3s are my favorite too! Maybe try a Keitai or the Akai - they have very similar features to the V3 but with fun differences. Ooh, what color are you dyeing your hair?
  14. ^ I agree with @Joc , it seems more like a glitch than a "traditional" death. That might be the problem! Because the CR2025 is so thin, as @Penguin-keeper said, it can lose contact briefly with the tamagotchi and potentially cause issues. That's a cute way of seeing it! That is very odd. Kinakomotchi is not supposed to appear in the first generation...this keeps getting more and more mysterious! I would continue with the new battery, if you're not personally worried about it (and feel uncomfortable risking anything by taking it apart), then I would just leave it alone. If anything else does happen (which, fingers crossed, it doesn't), then you'll know it's something more than the battery. But I think the battery might be the issue, I just did a quick search and found other threads with users experiencing issues from it, so that might be what's going on. And you're very welcome, happy to help!
  15. Day 11 Well, today was...interesting. Let me start by saying that I love all of my tamas no matter what. But I can't help but feel a bit disappointed at one of my Akai twins evolving into a literal demon shrimp. Meet Tengutchi: The red pixels make it difficult to photograph but here's a closer look: In contrast, his twin brother evolved into Kuchipatchi. I noticed throughout the day that Tengutchi required constant attention, his hunger and happiness hearts depleted much faster than Kuchipatchi's did. Punishment for me messing up his care along the way, I guess. I'm just confused because I literally care for these two simultaneously - I seriously have one in each hand while I clean their poop, feed them, and play the games at the same time. They were the same weight and everything! Oh well... Anyway before that bombshell, I was surprised to hear the evolution music when the only tama awake at 8am was my Familitchi who were already in adult stage... This was a pleasant surprise! I somehow got the Petite family! I guess I underfed them at some point, but I'm not complaining, they're adorable: Meanwhile, my Uratama left her baby behind... We were off to a good start with his training, as I immediately caught him mid-poop and was able to get him on the toilet: He evolved into Haneotchi! My Osu/Mesu pair evolved into Puchitchi! My new Keitai evolved into Ringotchi (don't mind the ghost in the photo, I moved the tama mid-snap). We had an adventure today - after completing yesterday's sound and button repairs, I realized I was unable to close the metal jump-ring as I had no pliers (I had opened it using a pair of scissors and a screwdriver...). Today I did some thinking and decided to walk to my tailor and ask if he had a pair of pliers to help me - and he did! He found the request very amusing but was a good sport, and I'm very grateful! I will be getting a set of pliers though, as I know I'll need them in the future. My other Keitai evolved into Kuchipatchi but I somehow forgot to take a photo and they're all asleep right now. My V3s evolved...sigh. Yet another minor disappointment if I'm being totally honest. First, I love Androtchi - no problem there. But I really cannot stand Paparatchi. I think I dislike Paparatchi and Bill with equal fervor. It's no matter, tomorrow they'll reach marriage age and as they have full hearts in eachother's friend list they'll be married in no time and I will have a fresh start! ...the more I stare at this photo the more I feel bad for disliking Paparatchi. But I can't help it! Finally, my V2 evolved! I was very happy about this. I've always found the V2 characters to be very cute and unique, and since I had no experience with them before I was extra excited. This was one of the top tamas for me! I know this tama comes around after making care mistakes, but I don't mind. I find it more interesting. (Side note: I do need to take apart and clean this tama once I get the proper tools) Anyway, I've definitely learned a lot about tama care from this challenge. I'm still waiting on 3 more tamas in the mail from orders placed a few weeks ago (an English V4, another V3, and a P2), so I'll be continuing this challenge until I've received them and added them to the mix. But as we all know, this isn't totally sustainable, and sometimes I feel like I'm missing out on the little joys of raising a tama because I'm so focused on just keeping them all happy and alive. I think after this challenge I'll focus on them in pairs and go in-depth on each version. I'll definitely create logs for them too! I'll probably start with the Keitai pair. Anyway, that's all for today! Tomorrow I'm expecting some marriages and evolutions, so stay tuned
  16. There is poop in the box! I'll start taking photos of the weird things they send eachother so you all can see the poop, wasps, and plague skulls they send eachother. Thank you! I'm so glad it's entertaining and/or of use to you all It's been really fun logging, I hadn't done it before but it makes me appreciate the little things during the day so much more.
  17. All of my tamas are severely overweight from snacks...I'm going to be playing a lot of games today :tarakotchi:

  18. Ah yep, got confused there. I guess that means now we're at...EG
  19. This is very strange, because at first it sounds like your tamagotchi was accidentally reset (due to battery issues most likely), but then what you mention here: ...makes it seem like the tamagotchi died. Because resetting would not allow your previous tama to be stored in the memory. But if the gender was altered in the history, that sounds like a glitch. I'm sorry to say, but once something like this has occurred you can't go back. If resetting and selecting "Download" took you to where you are now, that's the last saved bit of progress which means you can't revert back any further. Gen 27 is definitely something to be proud of, and I'm sorry you had to lose your progress - and your tama friend - in such a bizarre turn of events. I think the best thing to do right now would be to check for any physical damage. With older Connections it's possible that there is corrosion where the battery is inserted or water damage from humidity, depending on how it was stored these past years. I would unscrew the tama to reveal the circuit board, and just check to see if there's anything that looks unusual. If there's no corrosion or visible damage, it's possible that this was just a very unfortunate glitch. You can post photos here of what you see if you're unsure about anything - I've taken apart and repaired many tamas so I can be of assistance