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Boyclops (Japanese: 一つ目小僧 Hitotsume-kozō) is a Rank D Ice-attribute Classic Yo-kai of the Charming tribe.

Apperances

Biology

A blue-skinned, child-like Yo-kai with a single grey eye and pink cheek markers. His outfit consists of white and grey Buddhist disciple clothes, along with straw sandals and a kasa hat.

Boyclops holds a certain amount of pride as a Classic Yo-kai, so much that when he, Lady Longnek, and Pallysol initially fails to scare modern youth, he feels depressed, so he decides to regain his skill by watching a classic horror movie.

Like Pallysol and Lady Longnek, he is very prone to bragging, to the point of being over-the-top.

Profile

Yo-kai Watch 2

Old Springdale (past) in alley called "Well Road"

Yo-kai Watch (anime)

In the anime, Boyclops and his friends Pallysol and Lady Longnek first appeared in Here Come the Classic Yo-kai, in which they are searched by Nate in order to impress Bear and Eddie. The trio tries to scare the two boys, but fail, upon which they feel depressed. Whisper then decides to train them to regain their spirit, but they only manage to finally scare Bear and Eddie thanks to them having watched a classic horror film. After regaining their confidence, they give Nate their Yo-kai medals amd go on a scare spree, which prompts a call-on to the Exorcist (which appeared in EP005) in order to send them to the other side. While initially inmune to his chants, they, along with Whisper and Jibanyan quickly begin ascending to the other side when the exorcist amplifies the sound of his chants, prompting Nate to use the Yo-kai Watch Model Zero to summon them back.

Game data

Stats

Hitotsumekozou YW4-016
Stats Calculation
HP
 
321
STR
 
161
SPR
 
96
DEF
 
130
SPD
 
168
This shows Boyclops's stat on level: 99.


Movelist

Type Name Power Attribute Range
Attack Headbutt (Japanese: ずつき Zutsuki) 15-67 Single enemy
No description.
Technique Frost (Japanese: 氷結の術 Hyōketsu no Jutsu) 50-110 Ice Single enemy
No description.
Inspirit Eye-Eye (Japanese: 目力アップさせる Mejikara UP-suru) Single ally
Lights a fire in the Inspirited Yo-kai's eyes, also raising their STR.
Soultimate Move Eyelusion (Japanese: まやかしの瞳 Mayakashi no Hitomi) All enemies
Confuses all enemies by staring at them with his huge eye.
Skill Soulful Promise (Japanese: 本家のちかい Honke no Chikai)
Gives a SPD boost to all Fleshy Souls Yo-kai.

Busters Stats

Hitotsume-kozo-Attacker

Stat Number/rank
Hp 542
Strength B
Spirit E
Speed A
Button Move/description
A Attack (hits a nearby enemy)
X Water current technique (hits an enemy faraway. If charged, does more damage

Kon (Soul)

Hitotsume-kozo' s soul-Raises accuracy by a bit.

Quotes

  • Befriended (Yo-kai Watch 2): "Those expressive eyes bowled me over! Be friends with me!"
  • Befriended (Yo-kai Watch: Wibble Wobble): "I lost to the fire in your eyes. I'm gonna be friends with ya!"
  • Loafing: "Eyelid so...heavy."
  • Receiving food (favourite): "What a treat!"
  • Receiving food (normal): "Uh, wow..."
  • Receiving food (disliked): "Gross..."
  • Received from a trade: "I don't know about you, but eye think this friendship will go places!"

Etymology

His English name, "Boyclops", is a portmanteau of "boy" and "cyclops". His spanish name, "Chiclope", is a combination of "chico" (boy) and "cíclope" (cyclops). His french name, "Yokoeil", is a combination of "yokai" and "œil" (eye)

Origin

Boyclops is based on the youkai called hitotsume-kozō ("one-eyed youngster", also his Japanese name), appearing as a young child with a single eye and a bright red tongue, sometimes wearing a kasa hat over its shaven head. It doesn't possess any particular powers, but has a bad temper and a mischievous streak, and will harass people with childish pranks and greatly annoy them. Overall though, it is fairly harmless.

Trivia

  • He has similar summoning moves to Jibanyan.
  • Boyclops' "random" nicknames in Yo-kai Watch 2 are: Peeper, Eyespy, Andrew, and Shady.

In other languages

  • Japanese: 一つ目小僧 Hitotsu-me Kozō
  • Korean: 외눈동자 Oenundongja
  • Spanish: Chíclope
  • Portuguese (Brazil): lucio clope
  • Italian: Ciclopino
  • German: Einaugust
  • French : Yokoeil