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 Tamagotchi Morino, Cocoon Question
TaMametchi
Posted: Mar 1 2013, 03:13 AM
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Hello,

I've started my Morino yesterday and it's now Imotchi. I remember having read many thread saying that they had killed their Morino while in the cocoon. I was wondering what you could advise me to avoid killing it while in the cocoon (it should be entering the cocoon, in a about 2 days : at 3 yrs according to the growth chart). I'm sorry if the question has already been asked (and I'm sure it's the case!!) but the search feature does not work.

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Don't let the it get too HOT and don't let get too COLD.

Change the temperature settings before it gets to far on either side.
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Posted: Mar 1 2013, 04:02 AM
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Thanks a lot, TF06 !

QUOTE (tamagotchi_freak_06 @ Feb 28 2013, 06:52 PM)
Change the temperature settings before it gets to far on either side.

I think I have not understood how it works : I always thought you set a specific temperature the cocoon would stay at but seeing how you said it, it seems you either set it to increase or decrease and it will constantly do that until you tell it to do the contrary. Am I wrong ?

offtopic.jpg I never got my tam to enter the cocoon as I always had to pause it (using the clock trick). I always had the feeling that w/ most vintage tams and B&W modern ones (unlike the color series), sleep time doesn't count for "living time" and so it was as if it had been constantly paused (even if it wasn't paused from 6pm to 7am), and so, it would never enter the cocoon b/c it would have taken months for it to have reached the amount of "living time" needed to enter the cocoon (about 3days minus sleeping time). Could someone confirm it ?

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Posted: Mar 9 2013, 04:14 AM
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Pausing your vintage tama just suspends the programming. If you advance the clock, it doesn't count towards evolution. I don't remember exactly how many hours it takes for Imotchi to enter the cocoon, but say it requires 24 hours of run time, that means it has to be unpaused and awake for 24 total hours before it will enter the cocoon. Sleeping time does not count as "run time." If you want to evolve faster, you could advance the clock when the tama should be sleeping so that it just wakes up and keeps running. I did that all the time during the last ocean group hatch. Hope that makes sense. Good luck getting an adult!
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QUOTE (Debirutchi @ Mar 8 2013, 07:14 PM)
Pausing your vintage tama just suspends the programming.  If you advance the clock, it doesn't count towards evolution.  I don't remember exactly how many hours it takes for Imotchi to enter the cocoon, but say it requires 24 hours of run time, that means it has to be unpaused and awake for 24 total hours before it will enter the cocoon.  Sleeping time does not count as "run time."  If you want to evolve faster, you could advance the clock when the tama should be sleeping so that it just wakes up and keeps running.  I did that all the time during the last ocean group hatch.  Hope that makes sense. Good luck getting an adult!

Thanks a lot! I had always wondered whether sleeping was part of run time. Unfortunately, my morino died before entering the cocoon as I missed 70% of the attacks!! I'll retry as I find the time (I've already tried about 7 times for the past 2.5 years but never managed to get an adult! and I often does that w/ vintages). Vintage tams require much more care, don't they ? (especially when compared to an iD L...)

QUOTE (Debirutchi @ Mar 8 2013, 07:14 PM)
If you want to evolve faster, you could advance the clock when the tama should be sleeping so that it just wakes up and keeps running.  I did that all the time during the last ocean group hatch.  Hope that makes sense. Good luck getting an adult!

Great tip! I'll have to try that

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