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Mizumatchi in a cup!

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5 hours ago, Eggiweg said:

Mizumatchi in a cup!

That's what it was right?

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19 hours ago, LucidLyes said:

By the way, I forgot to show you Mizutamatchi's sleeping position:

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What's that supposed to be? You know what? I think I get it now! Since Mizutama means "rain drop" in japanese, I think that's Mizutamatchi sleeping in a cup that looks like a beer glass or something. Who else agrees?

That's definitely what it is, and it's hilarious! :lol:

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aaand Batabatchi just evolved into Pipotchi. That's one step up the TMP ladder. Here's Pipotchi asleep:

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What's funny is that Batabatchi normally wakes up at 8:00 but Pipotchi wakes up at 10:00 apparently (it's 9:42 and its still asleep). So basically what ended up happening was that Batabatatchi woke up, evolved, and fell asleep as soon as it did.

So now I need to find a Kabutchi to marry it with to obtain a Puchiteletchi. I think a Chomametchi can also do the trick but I'm not sure that marriage is guaranteed to yield Puchiteletchi.

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Anyway, I don't know if I'm going to marry Pipotchi right away or if I'm going to keep it for a day. I don't know how the game selects mating partners, I think it gives the player a choice of three characters, but I don't know how frequently they change. We'll see!

 

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Well, that didn't take long. As soon as Pipotchi woke up, I went to the mating menu, and found a Kabutchi for Pipotchi. I hesitated for a moment, thinking I do want to keep Pipotchi for a short while (to at least see some of its animations for a while before I let it go). However I figured, what if I don't find Kabutchi tomorrow when I decide to marry Pipotchi, so I thought I'd rather marry it right now and keep the momentum going.

Here's Pipotchi merrily jumping in its room

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Here's a calmer picture of it

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Here's the Kabutchi I found on the right

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Here are the lovers meeting

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For some reason the game still shows a Billotchi and a Billkotchi having an egg

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After your tamagotchi gets married it goes back to its home planet

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However, I'm kinda bummed out right now because to my surprise, the marriage gave birth to a Tsubutchi (TMP2) rather than a PuchiTeletchi as I intended.

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Now why is that?! Is it because I married Pipotchi too early? Does that factor into what baby you get? Well, at least now I know that that might be the case. It's not too much of a big deal since I've never had a Tsubutchi nor any of its evolutions. However that does mean that I'll have to see Puchichocotchi and Mizutamatchi again in order to get to the TMP4 characters. Well, okay game!

 

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Tsubutchi has just evolved into a Hyurutchi at around 3 PM.

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I'm starting to wonder whether I should start climbing DOWN the TMP ladder instead of up, since there are more characters I don't know down the ladder than up.

By the way, I think I remember reading that in this game each egg can give birth to any TMGC regardless of TMP level. That should be the reason why I ended up having a Tsubutchi instead of a Puchiteletchi. Another design choice I'm not a fan of.

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Hyurutchi's the first tamagotchi I've ever had that sleeps at 6 PM! 

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Hyurutchi evolved into a Hikotchi yesterday morning, I didn't have the time to log yesterday.

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This game's going a little too fast for its own sake. I don't think having a 1 yo teen makes any ounce of sense

It should evolve into a Hiratchi tomorrow. 

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5 hours ago, LucidLyes said:

It should evolve into a Hiratchi tomorrow. 

Or not! it evolved mere moments after this post! Is this game for real?

This is a 2 yo adult:

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Anyway, this time I'm keeping Hiratchi for at least 24 hours before marrying it, just to slow things down a bit. I'm not really in a hurry to see Puchichocotchi again

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On 10/24/2020 at 5:08 PM, LucidLyes said:

By the way, I think I remember reading that in this game each egg can give birth to any TMGC regardless of TMP level. That should be the reason why I ended up having a Tsubutchi instead of a Puchiteletchi. Another design choice I'm not a fan of.

This was nonsense. Actually I've now found out that I still don't understand fully how the TMP system works in this game. My knowledge on how the game works comes from here, but if you pay attention, you'll see that there's a lot of missing information. For example, what does the "Message" meter do on the status screen, and what's the point of the minigames?

So this morning I was checking out the TMP screen (which as you can see isn't explained in the aforementioned link), and saw that my Hiratchi now has 3 lit-up crowns on the TMP meter but only 2 lit-up "dragon balls" (they do look like dragon balls from dragon ball Z, don't you think?) on the "Level" meter (the japanese letters mean "reberu" which means level).

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Now, upon starting this run, I first wondered what each meant, thinking "why are there 2 meters for just 1 piece of info (i.e. the TMP level)?". Then for some reason I assumed the top one was just for decoration and the bottom one was the real deal. The top one always showed 2 crowns, which didn't make any sense (I knew my first pets were of TMP level 3 by looking at the growth chart) and the bottom one was stuck on level 3. This made me assume that the top one didn't mean anything, but that's until this morning when I found out my Hiratchi has 3 crowns on the top meter and 2 balls on the bottom meter.

I then came back here to have a second look at my Saturday post and indeed, 

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Both of the parents had 2 TMP crowns despite having 3 "level balls". I'm pretty sure this is the reason why I ended up having a Tsubutchi instead of a Puchiteletchi when they mated. (Tsubutchi is TMP level 2).

So here I am scratching my head over how this might work. At first I thought, the balls display the actual TMP level of the tamagotchi which could potentially be attained through good care, but if that was the case, my Hiratchi couldn't possibly have 3 crowns as you can see in my first screenshot above.This reinvigorates my interest in this game a little bit - there's something new here to be understood.

On 10/24/2020 at 10:47 AM, LucidLyes said:

I don't know how the game selects mating partners, I think it gives the player a choice of three characters, but I don't know how frequently they change. We'll see!

That was wrong too. It only shows one potential mating partner at a time, BUT they seem to change every time you open the mating menu. And I just had the idea to use the mating menu to study how the crowns and "level balls" (what a weird combination of words!) behave. If the balls display the "absolute" TMP level, that should be pretty easy to verify by checking out on a number of proposed mating partners and checking whether the number of level balls is always the same as the TMP level displayed on the growth chart.

And about the "Message" thing, I asked a weeb friend of mine and told her this should be very easy to figure out if we had a manual, and she said she'll be asking a japanese friend of hers. I'm not expecting too much out of this but, if I get back from her, I'll be sure to let you guys know.

Thanks for reading!

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I just married Hiratchi to a TMP3 Pipotchi with 2 crowns and 3 balls, and they gave birth to a TMP1 Kuritchi with 3 crowns and 1 ball.

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So the hypothesis that the number of balls represents what the growth chart I'm using labels as "TMP Level" seems to hold true so far (it was never contradicted by data). However, what the number of crowns represents and what affects it remains a mystery for now. And also what TMP level you're going to end up with after breeding, as this time none of the partners had anything to do with TMP level 1!

I think I mostly need more data to figure it out.

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I was too tired last night to take care of Kuritchi until it evolves and falls asleep, so I just let it be and went to bed. And to my surprise when I checked on it this morning, I found out that it had evolved into a Hyurutchi (TMP2) instead of a Mohitamatchi (TMP1).

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I give up!

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I did not post yesterday because nothing happened really, just Hyurutchi being Hyurutchi.

Anyway about the TMP level "jump" (Kuritchi evolving into Hyurutchi), I'm thinking maybe that was because Kuritchi had 3 TMP crowns so it sort if sacrificed a crown to go up one TMP level.

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Hyurutchi has just evolved into a Hikotchi with 1 TMP Crown and 2 TMP Balls. I'm pretty sure by now the balls represent the "absolute" TMP level as can be read from the growth charts.

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It also seems that the number of TMP crowns only changes when the Tamagotchi evolves. The fact that Hikotchi only has 1 crown might be due to the fact that I let Hyurutchi sleep by its poop yesterday evening. 

I predict that Hikotchi will be evolving into a TMP1 character tomorrow. We'll see.

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On 10/29/2020 at 10:11 AM, LucidLyes said:

I predict that Hikotchi will be evolving into a TMP1 character tomorrow. We'll see.

Nope!

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Maybe that's because I took pretty good care of Hikotchi yesterday?

Good news is, with 3 TMP crowns this Hiratchi should yield a Puchichocotchi upon mating*. I'm keeping him for 24 hours before mating it so we'll find out tomorrow!

*Not really, I mean I had the exact same Hiratchi the last time and still ended up with a Kuritchi

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On 10/30/2020 at 10:22 AM, LucidLyes said:

*Not really, I mean I had the exact same Hiratchi the last time and still ended up with a Kuritchi

Well, I married Hiratchi to a Billkotchi with 2 crowns and it yielded a Kuritchi again. I think it has something to do with this:

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Look at Hiratchi's face. It's not just an animation, the first time when it does this the mating process actually stops, and if you repeat it then it does the face again but the mating process continues. I think that's to indicate that the mating process will not yield a higher TMP child.

If things go like the last time, Kuritchi should evolve into a Hyurutchi  again so I'll be able to have yet another shot at having a Puchichocotchi again. And if it evolves into something else that will be good as well since I'll be seeing something new at last.

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As expected, Kuritchi has evolved into a Hyurutchi with 2 crowns and 2 balls (i.e. exactly the same as last time), and I bet it's going to evolve into a Hikotchi and then Hiratchi again. I don't think I'm going to log about it if this happens, so there might be less log entries in the next 2 or 3 days. Next time I get Hiratchi, I'll try to marry it to a partner it likes.

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