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r tamas dying quicker ?

do u fink that tamas r dying quicker on the v3  

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  1. 1. do u fink that tamas r dying quicker on the v3

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    • dunno
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    • no
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i was on my 2nd generation i was at the teenager stage.all it happy and hunger was full i left it on the table coz i was playin out 4 about 5mins them i came in 2 check on it and it died :wacko:

 

 

so i just wandered if they r dieing quicker or not than the v1 and v2

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I'm not sure what has happened but I'm sure you will find out.

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Hm...maybe it got sick? Mine did that too. It probably got sick right after you left, then died the very second before you got in.

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Well, that's strange. I think they might be dying quicker because my friends Tamagotchis keep on dying, but their v2's have never died before.

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They are dying Faster!!!! :angry: I went to music class at school, :unsure: and when I got back after half an hour, :) My V3 was dead !!!!! :( I had all the hearts full too!!! :rolleyes:

 

THEY ARE DROPPING LIKE FLIES!!! :huh: <_< :angry: :furawatchi: B) :ph34r:

 

Marierock13 :unsure: :angry:

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I found that after I connected a V2 with a V3 several times in one go they lost all their hearts for no apparant reason. It was weird.

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they definately die quicker :furawatchi: like one day i came back from school and it was dead

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yea they do

also ive noticed that females die quicker than males.

Because i had a male on the V2 and a female on the V3 they both had all hearts and didnt need a battery or anything and the female died. At first i thought the v3s died quicker. so the next day i reset both of them until there was a female on the v2 and a male on the v3. The female died first so then i reset the female and then the male died!!!!!!!! but when the male was on the v2 it didnt die that quick

 

 

 

AKAKorotchi2012

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I left mine alone for 1 day,but it wasn't dead,but I have 3 V3's,and none has ever been dead!I wonder if it is just luck :o

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Maybe your Tamagotchi got sick or something, Tamagotchis can die wherever whenever so when you go out you should pause them. I do this and my Tamagotchis have never died.

 

**wildcat_gal_101**

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To me they die same as v2, (which for me, is NEVER!) Im on 11th gen, no diey yet

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Did NO ONE notice my earlier post? LoL

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they are dying faster.. strange.. maybe its a glitch you should write to bandi :angry:

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Aaaaaaah! I left it by the PS2, to go to the loo, and all the hearts were full, no poo, no sickness, no nothing! And I come back and AAAAAAAH!!!! It's dead! :( :D :( :( :huh: :( :P :angry: :angry: :o

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The v3 are much more sensitive. They requrie morw care. I'm not sure why but you have to tend to them a lot more. check out "my Complete guide to everything i know" on help for new tamagotchi owners :furawatchi: :furawatchi: :furawatchi: <_< :( :furawatchi: :furawatchi: :furawatchi:

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