TamaMum

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About TamaMum

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  • Birthday 02/05/2005

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  • Gender
    Female
  • Location
    Trapped in the Moderator's Gate of Truth
  • Interests
    Tamagotchis, Animal Crossing, Korean Dramas, LOTR, Studio Ghibli, Chocolate.
    I don't give much personal info out to anyone ;)

My Tamagotchis

  • My Collection
    There's a list of my collection on my "About Me" page
  • Favorite Tamagotchi
    V2
  • Favorite Tamagotchi Character
    Original pixel of Mametchi
  • Tamagotchis currently running
    Not right now (not enough time)

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  1. Maybe they’re just in short supply of those particular models (especially - as you mentioned - during a global pandemic)? No stock doesn’t necessarily mean they’ve been discontinued. Is Japan You Want the only supplier of Sanrio / Fantasy Meets? Are they still being offered by other suppliers? Maybe it’s just a general shortage caused by Covid?
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  3. It's so long since I ran a V1... I do remember that care/neglect is not the only factor in evolution on the V1. Obviously feeding / meds / training bars (praising / punishing) play a big part but the character you get is also influenced by the games played during its life - more Jump versus more Dance make a difference to the character evolution. So if you tend to play Jump because it's easier you'll tend to get one type of character, if you play Dance (which I found more difficult), you get other characters. One thing I do remember from running the V1 over many generations is that with good care you can get Ichigotchi on a even generation (not just odd) - specifically Gen10. I don't know about any other characters, but I've had Ichigotchi on Gen10 (even) on several different V1s. They were all ConneXion (European) versions, not ConnecTions.
  4. There's no exact age; it varies because evolution is actually based on number of active (unpaused) hours on the V1 Connection. The age counter (I believe) was based on the wake up times so age when evolutions occured was varied (depending on if you hatched your tama in the morning or late in the evening just before bed) and if your tama spent any time at all on pause. UNPAUSED the life cycle goes (V1 Connexions & V1 Connections): Baby = 1hr (before evolving into Child) / Child = 24hrs (before evolving into Teen) / Teen = 72hrs (before evolving into Adult) The length of the evolution cycles change when you pause your Tama, but it's difficult to tell you how much extra time you get / have to wait at each stage in the cycle because it varies - depends on how long you have it on pause and how often you pause it. If you want to know exactly when your V1 tama will evolve you shouldn't pause it and you'll need to keep a note of time it was hatched and keep an eye on the hours (not days) it is active Edit: This Life Cycle chart is in the TamaTalk Library - it was originally made by Cyann of TamaZone - may be useful to you
  5. Happy Birthday - hope it was fun :)

     

  6. "I wish none of this had happened."

    "So do all who live to see such times but that is not for them to decide. All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given to us."

  7. *Topic moved to 'Help for Tamagotchi Owners'*
  8. *Topic moved to 'What's On Your Mind'*
  9. Yep! Don't know which dub but one of the best, although the animation style is a little different from much of their later work
  10. Hi and Happy Birthday :)

     

    1. raichuu

      raichuu

      oh my goodness!
      thank you so much! ;w; /

  11. Lots of Netflix right now - mostly for light relief with the family in the evenings - Kim's Convenience, The Good Place and very happy to be re-visiting a load of Studio Ghibli films that Netflix just launched - ah... Porco Rosso and Totoro - good memories