Are there any specific animals that have a community that's most like this besides reptile/ball python ones?>>2867623
Sounds like you haven't done much research before getting the hamster. Please watch a couple videos everyday about hamster care and what food diets they need. Look up several taming videos about hamsters for now. You should 100% leave your hamster alone for at least 4 days or even a week, don't touch it, don't feed it, just refill their bowl of food when they're asleep. Make sure it has 2 hideouts in their cage too. After 4 or 7 days, start putting non scented tissue under your body or armpits (assuming you don't have deo on that day), leave it in for half an hour then put it in their cage. They'll use the tissue as nesting material and will constantly smell your scent off of it, making taming much easier. Also remember to talk to them whenever you're handling them. My hamster was extremely bitey and violent until I tried the tissue trick, after 3 days of the tissue trick, i made him run around in the bathroom with me sitting down in it. Look into the bath tub taming process on YouTube.
Note that if you got a robovotski hamster, they're the biggest assholes and hardest to tame so it'll require much more time, and even then they rarely get fully tamed as they prefer going on their own adventures more than with humans. Chinese hamsters and Syrians are the easiest and Russian dwarfs are OK too.