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Gypsytchi (うらないっち)

Gypsytchi anime

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Gypsytchi (うらないっち Uranaitchi) is an adult female Tamagotchi character and a well-known fortune teller on Tamagotchi Planet. She debuted on the Tamagotchi Connection Version 5 Celebrity.

Appearance

Gypsytchi is based on a gypsy. She has pale lavender skin, pink cheeks, and purple eyes. She wears a purple cloak with a hood that has a pink heart on the tip. She has many pink beads around her face. She is often seen holding a crystal ball.

Personality

Gypsytchi is very mysterious, she normally disappears and reappears a lot, along with her fortune teller tent. Her tent used to be found on the well known area of Tamatown, near the preschool and photoshop. It has now has disappeared and moved to a secret alley on Tama Street. The only way to find her is to ask Tamastetchi.

She talks very slowly and uses her ball to tell the future. In Japanese, she ends every sentence with かもー kamō. In the English Tamagotchi anime, she frequently says "maybe" (the English equivalent of かも).

On Virtual Pets

Tamagotchi Connection Version 5 Celebrity

Gypsytchi can be raised by having high bonding in the Tamagotchi family (80 - 100%).

Tamagotchi iD L

Gypsytchi can read the player's fortune.

Tamagotchi 4U

Gypsytchi can tell the compatibility of two players' Tamagotchis when their devices are connected.

In the Anime

Tamagotchi!

Gypsytchi has a main role in the episode "Gypsytchi's Fortune Telling".

In Other Tamagotchi Media

In Tamagotchi Connection: Corner Shop 3, Gypsytchi is unlocked her near the end of the game. She can read the player's fortunes for each day, as well as tell the player's compatibility with another person.

Gypsytchi was featured on the Japanese Tamagotchi fortune telling website, which has now been moved to Tamagotch Channel.

Name Origin

Gyspytchi's English name comes from the word gypsy, which is sometimes used to refer to traveling entertainers. These people would have likely practiced crafts such as fortune-telling. Gyspytchi's Japanese name comes from the word uranaishi (占師), which means fortune-teller.

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