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Killer Masktchi?

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Ok my friend told me about some glitch called the Killer Masktchi glitch. She said it happens when you connect. A Killer Masktchi comes and stabs your tamagotchi with a knife and it dies. She says that it can spread from tamagotchi machine to tamagotchi machine and says soon everybody's tamagotchi will be affected and will die.

 

Is that true?????

 

-C.M.

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Hmmm... I have never heard of that. It sounds really far fetched. I highly doubt that that is true; your friend is probably just making it up. At least... I sure hope that it is not true!

 

Cinderpelt♥

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Hmmm... I have never heard of that. It sounds really far fetched. I highly doubt that that is true; your friend is probably just making it up. At least... I sure hope that it is not true!

 

Cinderpelt♥

She told me she heard it on TamaTalk last year. I'm not sure who and she isn't either. She says it happened to her cousins friend.

 

-C.M.

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There no way that can be true...

Why would Bandai add a feature like that?

isn't the Tamagatchi target audience 6-12?

-βϵτα

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She told me she heard it on TamaTalk last year. I'm not sure who and she isn't either. She says it happened to her cousins friend .

 

-C.M.

Her cousins friend?

Theres a key word that basically screams that shes lying

 

 

 

 

:huh: <--- Has Knife

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Scary. but...I'm 100% sure its NOT true.Why would it be, like come on it IS a toy for people of 8-12 years of age. :huh:

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That rumor is completely false. There is no such glitch; your friend was telling a story. First of all, why would Bandai incorporate such a scenario in a kid's toy? Second of all, you can tell when someone is lying when he or she say it happened to a "friend of a friend" or "a friend's cousin".

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heres another keyword:IT SPREADS TO EACH OTHER TAMA. how can it spread? thats impossible. its like its spreads from a jap tama to a amarica tama??!!?!? it cant connect when your not looking or when you did not choose connect. and besides!!!

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Thats so not true i saw somethin like that an tamatalk when i was lookin at old topics and it was all made up. no worries :blink: :angry: :angry:

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That is so not true!

Why woul;d Bandai add a feature like that?

Your freind is tellng a lie!!!!!

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That is so not true!

Why woul;d Bandai add a feature like that?

Your freind is tellng a lie!!!!!

It's not a feature. It's a glitch. Something that Bandai didn't put in.

 

-C.M.

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You say it's a glitch...but how could there be such a complicated glitch of a masktchi killing another tamagotchi?? I'm sure that Bandai tests tamagotchi and would have noticed some sort of mass murder by masktchis. :o And also, what version did your friend have this occur on? The fact that there isn't a lot of information and the whole 'cousin's friend' thing tells us one thing: this isn't tru.e Usually I am not so quick to say something is false, but this isn't really believable. Don't worry, this won't happen! :D

 

XOXO,

tulip :o

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I agree with you Tulip, and there is no way someone could glitch up your tama so it makes others die and how could it spread if your tama already died?

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It's not true! :( I know it! :D I have a Masktchi tama and I connected with another tama and my Masktchi didn't kill that tama.

i had a masketchi but i connected and it diddnt happened

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