Babies (Tomodachi Life)

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This page is a candidate for deletion.
The following reason has been specified: Most of the pointers are nitpicks, false or quite frankly, mean-spirited.

These guys certainly aren't little angels! (Yeah, how would you know?)

Babies are a gameplay element in the game Tomodachi Life. You can care for it until it grows up.

Why They Are Babies

  1. They cry. A lot. It can be very aggravating listening to that when caring for them, and can lead to one giving up. (Duh. They are babies. You know, little humans that cry for communication because they cannot talk, idiots.)
  2. It takes forever to stop trying to cheer up the baby if you play the minigame, and win or lose, all you get is a gift to use on a Mii. (Age-o-matic, Bath set, etc.) (The wording of that implies that you should get a better prize for taking care of a baby.)
  3. Sometimes, the parents will call the player to care for the baby saying "{Mii} just won't stop crying.", and it is unskippable. This is especially a problem if your 3DS or PC has a low battery and you really need to save. (Again, it implies that the baby is at blame.)
  4. Sometimes, when the baby is first born, it can look odd, ugly, or like the opposite gender. For example, a baby girl may look like a boy, or a baby boy may have makeup and blush.
    • Though, this can be blamed on the fact that the game tries to make your baby look like a mashup of your Mii couple. Fortunately, the baby Miis' appearances can be altered. (This flaw is more of a nitpick. An insulting nitpick at that.)
  5. If playing on an emulator, your game will usually crash when caring for them, as caring for babies has features only a 3DS can handle. (BS. I can play it on an emulator just fine.)
  6. Once a baby grows up, you can send it off to be a traveler. However, there is a very high chance of the traveler getting erased, as a player may delete their save file, or reach the limit for travelers, which deletes the traveler. (Tell me how this is relevant.)
  7. Babies on Day 2 and 3 are especially annoying to care for, as in the tickling/peekaboo minigame, the baby Mii rarely be happy with what you do, and they move away when trying to tickle them sometimes. (You only have four ways. Tickle the head, face, tummy or peek-a-boo.)
  8. There is glitch that will cause constant Mii calls from parents for there grown kids even if you didn't know they even exist. (Again, how is this relevant?)

Redeeming Qualities

  1. As said before, grownup babies can be used to exchange travelers in between islands via StreetPass, and only grownup babies can be travelers, not Islanders. (Irrelevant)
    • They can also live on your island once they grow up, if you don't like StreetPass or want them to live on your island.
  2. If a couple has a baby on Tomodachi Life, they cannot divorce for 6 days, and this is the only way to prevent divorces. (The only pointer that actually makes sense).
  3. A baby's personality and name are fully customizable. (Yes. Correct.)
  4. You can toggle babies on or off in the settings menu of the town hall. (This is not really a redeeming quality, as this defeats the purpose of this stupid page.)
  5. Once they are almost grown-up (4-5 days old), they cry much less, are overall less annoying and needy. (You cannot even classify them as babies.)

Basically, whoever made this page must hate babies in Tomodachi Life. Do this entire wiki a massive favour and delete this page, immediately.


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