FANDOM


This article is about the 1998 character. You may be looking for the 2012 character of the same name.

Butterflytchi (バタフライっち Batafuraitchi) is an adult Tamagotchi character that debuted on Hoshi de Hakken!! Tamagotchi in Japan and on the Tamagotchi Connection Version 2 internationally.

Appearance

Butterflytchi is a butterfly with a large head, two small antennae, and two large wings. Butterflytchi's artwork in-game differs to the artwork shown on the cover art for the game itself; in-game, Butterflytchi has a pink body and yellow wings, whereas on the cover art, Butterflytchi has a red body and pink wings.

On Virtual Pets

Tamagotchi Connection

Butterflytchi's data exists, but cannot be raised legitimately, and can only be achieved via debugging the unit.

Tamagotchi Connection Version 2

Butterflytchi is one of three possible adults that can be obtained on even generations with average care, the other two being Dorotchi and Kabutchi. Its favorite food is flower drink, but it dislikes sausage.

In Video Games

Hoshi de Hakken!! Tamagotchi

Butterflytchi first appeared on the Japanese PlayStation game Hoshi de Hakken!! Tamagotchi, and is a Group C adult that can evolve from Tulitchi Yellow with good care and if its power exceeds its intelligence. Butterflytchi can be found in the northern half of the eastern sector during the day. When alluring Butterflytchi, it likes a dance or kiss, but doesn't like magic tricks and hates to be sung to.

Name Origin

"Batafurai" (バタフライ) is the Japanese pronunciation of the English word butterfly. Butterflytchi is named this due to the character's appearance resembling a butterfly.

Trivia

  • A character released on the Tamagotchi P's, also called Butterflytchi in English and Chouchotchi in Japanese, resembles the in-game appearance of Butterflytchi in Hoshi de Hakken!! Tamagotchi.
  • Butterflytchi appears to be a "discarded" character by Bandai Japan as it was never given a Japanese release. The only way to access it in a Japanese version is by debugging a Tamagotchi Plus, suggesting that it was intended to appear on that version, but was scrapped for unknown reasons.
    • Because of this, Butterflytchi had no official artwork since it was only released in western countries and didn't appear in a version where it could visit Tamatown
    • This distinction is shared with Kaerutchi, Flowertchi, Toratchi and Whaletchi.

Gallery

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.