Tsuchinoko/Pavilion

Tsuchinoko is a Friend who appears in Kemono Friends Pavilion.

Tsuchinoko

TsuchinokoPavilion.jpg

Friend Data
Implemented:
January 26th, 2018
Color:
Blue
Sleep Pattern:
Diurnal
Materials Dropped:
Stretchy Rubber
LB Line:
LB-III Line:
Tsuchinoko Anime Season 2 Manga Festival​ (Costume)​ Pavilion​ (Gen 2)​ KF3​ (V2)​ Nexon Game Stage Play Gallery

Description

Japanese English
日本全国で目撃例があるUMAの代表格です。その特徴は、普通のヘビより胴が太く、2m〜10mもジャンプする、お酒が好き…などなど。各地で賞金がかけられている"お尋ね者"ですが、果たして本当に発見される日は来るでしょうか。

「バチヘビ、ノヅチ、土転び、ツチノコ、いろいろ呼ばれてるんだろ。知ってるさ。でもまあ、好きに呼べよ。ホントにいた?あんまジロジロ見んなよ。待て、それ酒か?そうか······あー、どうしてもというなら、ー杯くらい付き合ってやらんこともない」

This creature is an example of an UMA, with sightings all over Japan. It is characterized by having a torso wider than normal snakes, being able to jump somewhere between 2 and 10 meters, liking sake... et cetera. It is a "wanted animal" with bounties in all sorts of places, but will the day come where it is actually found?

"Bachihebi, Nozuchi, Tsuchikorobi, Tsuchinoko, I've been called many names. I know. But, y'know, call me whatever you want. Was I real? Well, don't stare at me like that. Wait, is that sake you've got there? Really now... Bah, if you insist. I'll keep you company for one cup."

How to Encounter

Tsuchinoko is infamous for being difficult to encounter and remaining that way ever since release. Rateup items are practically required to spawn her at all, and most of these have only moderately high spawn rates for Tsuchinoko herself. However, this difficulty is mitigated in comparison to newer, rarer friends due to a fair amount of her rateups being craftable.

As it stands, the UMA Boat in the Waterfront area seems to have the highest spawn rate. The Garbage Can can be also used in that area's land slots to supplement it, along with being craftable. The Pile of Rocks is a good way of spawning her (possibly with her unique behavior) outside the Waterfront, along with the aforementioned UMA Boat.

The Desert update added the craftable Pyramid, and is a very worthwhile craft for the player when they first unlock the area.

Unique Behavior

KemoTalk

Tsuchinoko's KemoTalks  
Kemotalk Name Friends Involved Kemotalk Name Friends Involved Kemotalk Name Friends Involved Kemotalk Name Friends Involved
64     65     66   125  
152   171   175   180  
188   192   193   194  
195   355   356   357  
358   359   360   361  
528   618   623     635  
643   677   733       809  
883       889   890   937      
951   983     1105     1271  
1324   1414       1477     1526      
Cameo Appearances
386 395 400 407 546 600 851 958
1307 1347 1480
KemoTalk Icons
               

Encounter Lines

 
"I'll hear what you have to say."
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Line Japanese English
Line 1 ん?なんだ? Hmm? What is it?
Line 2 あー,ここらに何もねーか。 Ah, there's nothing here.
Line 3 きしゃーっ!! Hissss!
Line 4 気付かれねーようにしねーと。 I don't like attention.
Line 5 むこうも探してみるか。 Let's also look over there.
Line 6 {{{jpencounterline6}}} {{{enencounterline6}}}
Level 100 1. ……ふん。どうもオレは賑やかなのは苦手でな。一人の方が気楽でいいや。
2. でも……他の連中と遊ぶのも……楽しくないわけじゃないけどな。たまにはいいんじゃねーの。
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Holiday Lines
Halloween 2018 あー、トリック・オア・トリートだな。 Ah, It's a Trick or Treat.
Christmas 2018 ふん……メリー・クリスマス。
ヒトの……アレだろ?他の連中、騒ぎすぎだって。
Hmm ... Merry Christmas.
Human's...... That one? Other people, too much noise.
New Year's Day 2018-2019 あー、おめでとう。ところで、お年玉って知ってるか? Ah, happy New Year. By the way do you know a otoshidama?

Trivia

  • Tsuchinoko was announced to be appearing in Pavilion in a Tweet posted on September 23rd, 2017.
  • On 6/1/18, Tsuchinoko was given a drastic spawn rate increase across all playthings and areas for 24 hours as a special event. There was also an Event Challenge centred around encountering for set numbers of times.
  • Her description was given a minor change on 8/21/19; the 3-dot ellipsis was changed to 6 dots.


 
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