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For the past month or so I've been running 3 different original tamagotchi (P1 and P2) trying to get a secret character, which is something I've never succeeded at before.
Many people have said to simply get Maskutchi/Zuccitchi and then take perfect care from there.
Others have suggested these different variables:
- Discipline 100%, but take average care
- Discipline 100%, with one or two care misses
- Discipline 0%, take average care, but no care misses
- Discipline 75%
- Keep a low weight
- Keep a maximum weight
- Feed no snacks vs feeding snacks
But I'm starting to wonder if there are more requirements to getting a secret character... Do you need to take certain care when they are a baby? Does the care of their entire life cycle matter?
I would appreciate advice or input of any kind!
Has anyone successfully got a secret character by way of taking certain care at other stages? Does babytchi care matter?
I own a tamagotchi P2, and I’ve been trying to get the secret character, zatchi. I currently have zuccitchi (I think that’s how you spell it,) and I’ve been taking care of him perfectly. I’ve cleaned up every mess, I’ve caught every discipline, and I never let his empty hearts go over 1. But, one night, I accidentally left poop next to his bed before he fell asleep. Did this ruin my chance of getting him?
Edit: I also changed the time to a time where he was awake to clean up the mess a few hours before he woke up, then put it back to normal time for him to fall back asleep. Did this fix anything?
Alright, so I recieved a nano in the mail earlier this month, and since the battery died I hatched a new baby yesterday. I thought I'd read somewhere that to get the secret characters involved feeding only snacks and playing the game tons of times. I did both of these hoping for one of the two, and instead ended up with memetchi, which from what I understand is worst possible care for a female tama on nano. So I am curious if anyone knows the actual ways to achieve the secret characters on a nano because I'd rather not end up with a 'bad care' tama when I start my next go around.