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Don't Kick It!: A card from .hack//G.U. The Card Battle, depicting Haseo and Atoli's respective attitudes towards Chim Chims.

Chim Chims (チムチム) are small, four-legged creatures found hidden in trees, giant mushrooms, and other places on fields and in dungeons in The World R:2. On the tops of their heads they carry an item called a Chim Sphere, the main power source for many machines (such as Steam Doors, Warp Points, and Mecha Grunty) found in The World. Power is measured in "Chims", a unit equal to the amount of power in a normal Chim Chim's sphere. Chasing and kicking them results in the spheres falling off of the Chim Chim and into the player's inventory, however this causes the unfortunate Chim Chim to whither away into nothingness. One of the NPCs living in Mac Anu, Dr. Kubo, studies the Chim Chims' civilization a profession.

There are several different types of Chim Chims found throughout The World:

Chim Chim


A Chim Chim

The standard type of Chim Chim. They appear in large groups occasionally with one or two Rare Chim Chims mixed in. Each of their Chim Spheres is worth exactly one Chim.

Rare Chim Chim

Rare Chim Chims are usually found mixed in with normal Chim Chims. They are colored yellow instead of purple, and wear a sash and medal, seemingly the dignitaries of the Chim Chim world. Their Chim Spheres are worth ten Chims apiece.

King Chim Chim


Occasionally, King Chim Chim, king of the Chim Chims, will appear. He usually appears by himself in places where normally a large group of Chim Chims would appear, though he also can be summoned by a Nue. King Chim Chim starts out the same size as any other Chim Chim, but as he is kicked, he swells and increases in size. Once he reaches a point where he becomes larger than the player, he starts jumping in an attempt to crush the player. The player takes no damage, but each time the king succeeds the player will loose a large number of Chim Spheres. However, continued kicks to the King will eventually cause him to swell to such proportions that he bursts, dropping 50 Chims worth of Rare Chim Spheres and occasionally (although very rarely outside of quests) the Chim Crown, a rare item.

Chim Assassins


A Chim Assassin

These ninja-like Chim Chims will attack parties in dungeons that are carrying a large amount of Chim Spheres. Like the King, they will jump and attempt to crush the player and force them to drop their spheres, causing 5 Chims worth of damage per hit. Defeating them gets the player no items or Chims, but it's very hard to move on without doing so. They appear in groups after a player has been in a dungeon for a length of time corresponding to how many Chim Spheres the player is carrying:

  • 99-90 Spheres - Appear after 8 minutes
  • 89-80 Spheres - Appear after 10 minutes
  • 79-70 Spheres - Appear after 15 minutes
  • 69-60 Spheres - Appear after 18 minutes
  • 59-50 Spheres - Appear after 20 minutes
  • Less than 50 Spheres - Won't appear


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