Not to be confused with Tamastatchi
Tamastetchi (たまステっち Tamasutetchi) is a female Tamagotchi character. She is normally used for the Tamagotchi Carddass games, and she debuted on the first Tamagotchi Carddass game back in 2007. She appears in the Tamagotchi! anime, and is a non-raisable character on the color releases since the Tamagotchi 4U.
Tamastetchi resembles the Japanese Tamagotchi Carddass vending machine that is used for the Tamagotchi Carddass game. She has a white body with skinny white arms, yellow spherical hands, and short yellow feet. She has a pink face, dark around eyes, and a yellow beak. She wears a yellow cap with red trim.
From 2007 till the release of the TV anime show, Tamagotchi!. Tamastetchi's appearance resembled the past first and second Tamagotchi Carddas vending machines. But when the TV anime show, Tamagotchi! released. Tamastetchi's appearance changed with only one button, and an added Telelin cellphone to talk to Tamagotchi characters. Her hat was also changed along with a few minor details.
Tamastetchi can find any Tamagotchi character in her book full of Tamagotchi cards, one card representing one Tamagotchi character in the book. When you want to find someone, you ask her and she will get the card of that character out of her book, and call the person on her Telelin-like cellphone. Then she will give you the cellphone to talk to the person.
In the Tamagotchi! anime, Tamastetchi is a friend of Lovelitchi/Lovelin, and she later becomes friends with Mametchi, Memetchi, and Kuchipatchi as well. Tamastetchi often appears to help out when Mametchi and his friends are searching for someone or something.
On Virtual Pets
Tamastetchi appears at the Game Corner in the TamaDepa.
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In the Anime
Tamastetchi first appeared in episode 1.
Tamastetchi briefly appears in episode 50, during the special performance of Happy Happy Harmony.
- In the English dub of the Tamagotchi! anime, Tamastetchi is a male.
- According to the anime, the only way to find Gypsytchi is by talking to Tamastetchi.