Lucky Unchi-Kun resembles a large, gold, sparkling poop. Depending on the method of obtaining him, Lucky Unchi-Kun may or may not have a face. On the Tamagotchi L.i.f.e. Angel app, he may also be blue or pink.
An unusual and rare Angel. It is said to be formed out of droppings from the Tamagotchi Angels and stardust. Even though it is poop, it still acts alive and eats and sleeps. It is a legend that anyone who sees one will get good luck. As it has no legs, it instead rides around the Tenshitchi Capital on a small cloud.
On Virtual Pets
The faceless Lucky Unchi-Kun can be obtained in two different ways. Either by leaving the Angel untouched for an extended period of time (at least 4 to 5 days after its birth) without caring for it, or if Cactus Angel / Smiling Angel is neglected to the point of death. This variant acts as a Death screen instead of a character and as such cannot be raised.
The Lucky Unchi-Kun with a face can come from Ghost Jr in the unlikely event that it will not evolve into Marutchi Angel. It will require care on par with an adult-stage character, and will not take a nap. Instead it will sleep from 11pm to 10am, pray, take strolls, and remain in this stage for 4-8 days. Its AP will also max out at 90 instead of 30. This variant can be raised as it is considered a standard Tamagotchi character. It sleeps from 10pm to 8am and its AP maxes out at 90.
In Video Games
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Every day, there is a random chance that every Tamatchi Angel and Takotchi Angel that evolves with zero stress will evolve into Lucky Unchi-kun instead of Chestnut Angel. This chance is determined either at birth or when a Marutchi Angel evolves into its teenage form.
Lucky Unchi-Kun's name is a combination of the English word "Lucky", the Japanese word "Unchi", meaning poop, and "kun", a suffix for boys' names, making his name literally "Lucky Poop Boy".
- Prior to Tamagotchi L.i.f.e. Tap and Hatch, no official artwork was shown of Lucky Unchi-Kun.
- Unlike the other angel characters, Lucky Unchi-Kun retains its original Japanese name on the American version.