- 1 Appearance
- 2 Role on Virtual Pets
- 3 Variations
- 4 In the Anime
- 5 Trivia
- 6 Gallery
All of the servants have short, egg-shaped bodies with white skin, pink beaks, and beady eyes. Their clothing consists of black and yellow striped breeches, and an ornamental feather plume. They are nearly identical, except for the color of the plume that they wear (pink, purple, blue, and green).
Role on Virtual Pets
Chou Jinsei Enjoi Tamagotchi Plus
On the Chou Jinsei Enjoi Tamagotchi Plus, they appear when the Tamagotchi has reached adulthood and applies for a job. Three of them appear and take a vote, with "O" for "yes", and "X" for "no". All three must vote "yes" for the Tamagotchi to get hired.
Tamagotchi Connection Version 4 and 4.5
On the Tamagotchi Connection Version 4 and Version 4.5, they appear when the Tamagotchi has reached adulthood and applies for a job. Three of them appear and take a vote, with "O" for "yes", and "X" for "no". All three must vote "yes" for the Tamagotchi to get hired.
Tamagotchi Connection Version 5 / Celebrity
A pair of servants appear on the Version 5 when using the Gotchi King DVD. On the V5 Celebrity, they appear in one idle animation for the Gotchi King Family, when the Gotchi King is sitting at his throne.
Music Star and Tamatown Tama-Go
Tamagotchi Plus Color
In the Tamagotchi On, they appear as NPCs in My Town and can be seen as wedding guests whenever the user's tamagotchi gets married. They also appear as patrons in the Library minigame in the Fantasy/Wondergarden version and as customers in the Taiyaki minigame in the Sweets versions. One servant is seen when the tamagotchi plays with the ball item and another acts as a delivery worker whenever the user sends app items to the device.
Servants also appear in the menu options in the brightness and sound settings.
On the Ura Jinsei Enjoy Tamagotchi Plus, the Ura Servants play the same role as the regular Servants. They have large, round heads with lean bodies, pink beaks, chubby arms, stick legs, black and yellow striped breeches, and they emit a blue Ura glow. One version is short and yellow, while the other is tall and blue. They serve Big Boss Gotchi.
Four variations of the Servants appear in the Tamagotchi! Data Carddass trading cards. There is one for each season, and they serve the ruler of that respective season.
- Spring Servants (とこはる家来 Tokoharu Kerai) resemble the standard servant but with wings, a green beak, a flower on top of its head instead a plume, and the stripes on the breeches are horizontal. They serve Queen Urarachou.
- Tropical Servants (とこなつ家来 Tononatsu Kerai) resemble the standard servant but with a red body, the stripes on the breeches are green instead of yellow, and they have palm trees on their head. They serve Tanetameha the Great.
- Autumn Servants (とこあき家来 Tokoaki Kerai) resemble acorns with a nest around their waist with stubby arms and legs, leaves, and a pink beak. One is a light brown with a red plume, and the other is dark brown with a green plume. They serve King of Kingly.
- Winter Servants resemble snowmen with pink beaks, a blue plume on their head, stubby arms, and their breeches resemble a white cloud with a snowflake on the front. They serve Queen Tsurara.
In the Anime
In the Tamagotchi! series, there are more than four royal servants. There could be as many as twenty, and they all have feathers that are either blue, green, pink, and purple. However, the four royal servants that are commonly seen in artwork appear to be Gotchi King's personal servants, since they stay close to him at all times.
In episode 21, they gaurd the castle gates, and are very strict about who is allowed inside.
They appear as background characters in the first episode of GO-GO Tamagotchi!.
- According to the Gotchi Queen in Tamagotchi Corner Shop 3, they are actually siblings.