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Can a tama be 0lbs? My tama is.

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I was playing my my V4.5 and I looked at it and it was 0lbs. is that a glitch?

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Nope, it's normal.

Just like Ichigotchi, it can have its weight to go to 0lb.

Edited by vernon

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There are certain characters who can have a weight of 0lbs, while others are limited to, 16?

 

:3 Perfectly Normal.

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I happened to me once. Kinda freaked me out but now I know it's normal lol

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ya.. i tried to make my tama, (kuchipatchi) be 0 lb. but when i clicked games, it shook his head NO. it was about 20 lb. (V4)

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0lbs. is nomal for ichigochi and... yea i think thats it

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I woundn't be worried, this has happened to me before on the V4 with an Ichigotchi. It doesn't effect the tamagotchi in any other way. It is quite normal, so don't worry.

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Certain characters (ichigotchi on the V4 and i think ura young violetchi on the V4.5) have a base weight of 0lbs. Perfectly normal. :(

Edited by GotchiGirl96

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Ichigotchi on v4 (and v4.5?? I don't know) and Ura Young Violetchi on v4.5. And I think Kuchipatchi on v3 can go down to 0lb too. FYI: On v4 and 4.5, the normal base weight for babies is 5 lbs, 10 lbs for toddlers, teenagers are 15 or 20 lbs, and for adults, 20 or 30 lbs.

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don't worry my tama was, but i raised it right and got urovioletchi. don't worry your tama is fine

 

hope i helped

 

sabri :blink: :P

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Itchigotchi does that sometimes. I've never had it happen to me, but it's happened to my friends and my brother.

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Sounds like it's completely normal...but I would feed it if I were you. Just, to be safe.

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