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Patitchi (パティっち Pateitchi) is a female adult character that debuted in the anime Tamagotchi! Yume Kira Dream, in which she is one of the main secondary characters. On the virtual pets, she appeared on the Tamagotchi P's in Japan and the Tamagotchi Friends internationally.

Appearance

Patitchi has hair resembling a cream topping with dark pink berries and leaves. She has light pink skin, brown eyes, and a curvy cat-like mouth. She wears a white long-sleeved dress with mauve buttons and trim, pinkish-purple stockings, and a purple scarf.

On Virtual Pets

Tamagotchi P's

Patitchi evolves with 3-7 care misses from Neotchi and the Gourmet skill.

Tamagotchi Friends

Patitchi can evolve from any female teen with excellent, but not perfect, care (Nokobotchi with 1-2 Care Mistakes, Painaputchi with 1, or Neotchi with 4), and trained with a Gourmet personality.

Tamagotchi 4U

Patitchi and Wagassiertchi appear at the Matchmaker's to make a wedding cake.

Tamagotchi 4U+

Patitchi appears with Decoratchi in the cake memory game.

Tamagotchi Meets

Patitchi can be encountered in Dolce Town on the Sweets version.

Personality

Patitchi is kind, positive, diligent, and helpful, and works hard to make sweets. She is learning to become a pastry chef.

In the Anime

Tamagotchi! Yume Kira Dream

Patitchi is in Dream School's cooking class with Kuchipatchi, Amakutchi, Karakutchi, and Crepetchi. She sometimes helps at the Music Cafe with Cafe Mama. She has a little sister, Decoratchi, and she has a crush on Wagassiertchi. However, this crush is rarely acknowledged and seems to have dropped. She is friends with Yumemitchi, Kiraritchi, and Pianitchi, as well as Mametchi and his other friends.

In episode 12, she encounters Wagassiertchi when he is miserable and lost hope in his store. Patitchi and her friends help him come up with new ideas so that he is inspired to keep running his restaurant again.

In episode 31, after winning a dessert-making competition, she work both Music Cafe and Wagassierbon as an employed.

Name Origin

Pati (パティ) comes from the term pâtissière (パティシエール patishiēru), which is French for "pastry chef".

On the other hand, Pati has a similar spelling to Party (パーティ), which matches her cake-like design.

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