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キンカク, Kinkaku
Tough
Kinkaku
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Attribute Rank
Lightning icon Rank A icon
Time Type
Unknown Present
Number
Castelius I is not numbered.
Side-games number
Castelius I is not numbered.
Skill Effect
Gold Guard
Favorite foods
Milk
Yo-kai Watch
Side-game favorite food
Castelius I has no favorite food.
Base Stats
Total: 2520
HP
1080
Spirit
440
Power
1000
Speed
700
Defence
1300

Castelius I (Japanese: キンカク Kinkaku) is a Rank A Lightning-attribute Yo-kai of the Tough tribe.

Castelius I evolves from Castelius II when fused with another Castelius II, and evolves into Castelius Max when fused with a Platinum Bar.

Appearance

Personality

Relationships

In Yo-kai Watch, Castelius I is seen with Castelius II and Castelius III as partners in crime in the quest "The Test Fraud".

Abilities and Powers

Whomever Castelius I inspirits, they would be first place in anything, no matter how little effort they put in.

Stats

None
Stats Calculation
HP
 
1
STR
 
1
SPR
 
1
DEF
 
1
SPD
 
1
This shows Castelius I's stat on level: 99.


Type Name Power Attribute Range
Attack Bone Crusher 100-150 Single enemy
No description.
Technique Lightning 50-110 Thunder Single enemy
No description.
Inspirit Gold Power Single ally
Covers an ally in gold and raises DEF.
Soultimate Move Glorious Buh-Bye 250 All enemies and allies
Explosion that will deal damage to enemies and allies alike.
Skill Gold Guard
Lessen Lightning and Water damage.

How to befriend

Yo-kai Watch

Fuse Castelius II with Castelius II.

Quotes

  • Loafing: "Ohh..."

History

Castelius I is first summoned as part of Nathaniel's team in the 1st movie.

Anime

Castelius I Glorious Buh-Bye

Using Glorious Buh-Bye

Trivia

Origin

The appearance of Castelius I (as well as its Japanese name) refers to the Kinkaku-ji ("Golden Pavillion Temple"), a Zen Buddhist temple in the Kita-ku ward of Kyoto, Japan. Originally sited on the grounds of a villa owned by the family of statesman Saionji Kintsune, it was purchased by the shogun Ashikaga Yoshimitsu and converted into a temple after his death. Officially called Rokuon-ji ("Deer Garden Temple"), the "Golden Pavillion" name refers to the lavish gold leaf finish that covered its three-story structure, up to the roof topped by a bronze phoenix ornament. The inside of the temple was also furnished with a statue of Yoshimitsu and a variety of paintings.

The temple grounds were devastated during the Onin War, and in 1950 the temple was burned down by a mentally unstable novice monk. In the following years until 2003, a painstaking restoration work was carried through until both the temple and its furnishing were fully restored, although it's debated how much of the original gold leaf was brought back. Regardless, it is still held as one of the major symbols of Kyoto,

Name Origin

  • "Kinkaku" translates as "gold pavillion" (Japanese: 金閣).

Other trivia

  • The Yo-kai Medallium bio references the comic booksuperhero Spider-Man and the much well known line, "with great power comes great responsibility".

 In other languages

  • Spanish: Castelius I
  • Italian: Castelius I
  • German: Kastellan I
  • French: Castelius I

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