Kusatchi (くさっち) is a character that debuted on the Tamagotchi Generation 2.
Kusatchi shares her facial appearance with Hashitamatchi. She has a stem which can be seen inside a brown flower pot and two green leaves on the side. On the Tamagotchi L.i.f.e. app, Kusatchi can also be pink, or brown with a pink beak and yellow leaves.
Because Kusatchi is a plant, she can make her own chlorophyll to feed herself, when nobody else is around to feed her. Kusatchi also hangs out with the other unhealthy Tamagotchi, listens to heavy metal music, and dances along all night is also said to be very vain.
The Nintendo Power guide to the Tamagotchi Gameboy game stated: "This strange plant-like creature needs lots of sun (for photosynthesis) but just a little food. It likes to stay up all night and sleep during the day."
On Virtual Pets
Tamagotchi Generation 2
Kusatchi is a gender-neutral average-health adult that appears in odd-numbered generations. It sleeps from 10 PM to 8 AM and its base weight is 30 LB. Its favourite food is melon and its least favourite food is meat.
Kusatchi appears as a female toddler that can be obtained randomly from Marutchi or Memeputchi. She can evolve into Morutchi or Mikazukitchi. Due to appearing in an earlier growth stage, Kusatchi sleeps three hours earlier than in her first two appearances. She sleeps from 7 PM to 7 AM.
In Tamagotchi Media
Kusatchi is part of the group of Tamagotchis sent to find an Earth artifact for the Tamagotchi Museum and is referred to as a male. He is partnered with Mametchi, and the two manage to bring back a potted flower.
- Main Article: Kusatchi Modoki
Kusatchi's name comes from kusa, the Japanese word for grass.
- On the online Tamatown for V3 and V4, there is a CD in The Tama Beat store in the Mall that has a Kusatchi on it.
- A misplacement on Bandai's original growth chart suggested that Kusatchi was the worst possible adult on the P2, and it was swapped with Takotchi. In actual fact, Kusatchi is the second unhealthiest adult and Takotchi is the unhealthiest. Kusatchi shares its animation patterns with Nyorotchi and as this video shows, taking care of Hashitamatchi the same way as a Kuchitamatchi would be to achieve Nyorotchi will result in an evolution to Kusatchi.