Pyonkotchi (ぴょんこっち Pyonkotchi) is a female adult-stage character that debuted on the Mesutchi in Japan and on the Tamagotchi Connection Version 3 internationally. Her male counterpart is Pyonchitchi. In her releases, she's the result of good, attentive care but not being good at much of anything.
Pyonkotchi looks like a small yellow cat with pink ears and a stubby tail. In her newer artwork, she is a brighter yellow, her ears are a bit smaller, and she was given orange cheeks.
Pyonkotchi is cute and funny, and is very responsible and great at playing games. But whenever she sees a boy and a girl in a loving couple, she gets jealous and just has to interfere. But she only acts mean because she's lonely. She'll surely become a kinder, gentler soul once she falls in love herself.
On Virtual Pets
Pyonkotchi evolves from Ojotchi or Hawaikotchi and is the healthiest adult any teen-stage character at TMP level 1 can become. A teen at TMP level 2 is unable to undergo a TMP degenerating evolution to Pyonkotchi, and a teen cannot evolve into Pyonkotchi if they did not have at least 75% discipline as a child. Her base weight is 50 oz, and she sleeps from 10 PM to 9 AM.
Marrying her with Pyonchitchi or Bunbuntchi will produce Tsubutchi, while marrying with Kiwitchi or Megatchi will produce Teletchi. Marrying her with an adult from any other TMP group will produce Kuritchi or the baby from her spouse's line.
Tamagotchi Connection Version 3
Pyonkotchi is one of the three healthiest adults obtainable in an odd generation. Pyonkotchi can be either female or male on the Version 3. Her favorite food is bananas, but she dislikes cheese.
Tamagotchi Connection Version 4
Pyonkotchi is a female universal adult who evolves from any one of the teen characters with a Skill Points total of under 80. She sleeps from 10 PM to 9 AM.
Pyonkotchi's name may come from the Japanese word "Pyonpyon", which means hopping or skipping. "Ko" is a suffix used in female names so her name can roughly translate into "hopping girl". This would likely be a reference to how she appears to jump about when moving.