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Castelius II (Japanese: ギンカク Ginkaku) is a Rank B Ice-attribute Yo-kai of the Tough tribe.

Castelius II evolves into Castelius I when fused with another Castelius II.

Appearances

Biology

Castelius ll and the rest of his line resemble temples with arms, and a mustache, they also appear to be carrying a flag with them, Castelius II in particular has a silver coloring.

Profile

Yo-kai Watch

Fuse Castelius III with Castelius III. Castelius II also appears on all floors of Gourd Pond Museum at night (Breezy Hills)

Yo-kai Watch 2

Castelius II can be found in Mystery Way's Gogo Junction section.

Alternatively, he can also be freed from either the Crank-a-kai in the past via Orange Coin or the Oni Crank-a-kai.

Game data

Evolution

Ice Attribute
Ginkaku
Goketsu medal
Castelius II
Level 30
Fire Attribute
Jibanyan
 ???
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Fusion

Earth Attribute
Dokaku
Goketsu medal
Castelius III
+
Earth Attribute
Dokaku
Goketsu medal
Castelius III
=
Ice Attribute
Ginkaku
Goketsu medal
Castelius II

Ice Attribute
Ginkaku
Goketsu medal
Castelius II
+
Ice Attribute
Ginkaku
Goketsu medal
Castelius II

=
Lightning Attribute
Kinkaku
Goketsu medal
Castelius I

Stats

Ginkaku
Stats Calculation
HP
 
476
STR
 
133
SPR
 
89
DEF
 
257
SPD
 
75
This shows Castelius II's stat on level: 99.


Attribute tolerance

Fire icon Ice icon Earth icon Lightning icon Water icon Wind icon
- - - -
Tolerance of attribute attack
Strong × ⇒ △ ⇒ - ⇒ ○ ⇒ ◎ weak

Moveset

Type Name Power Attribute Range
Attack Tackle 60-90 Single enemy
No description.
Technique Frost 50-110 Ice Single enemy
No description.
Inspirit Silver Power Single ally
Covers an ally in silver and raises DEF.
Soultimate Move Refined Guard Self
Increases DEF and draws enemy attacks.
Skill Silver Guard
Lessen Fire and Ice damage.

Quotes

  • Befriended: "You're a strong one! Will you be an old man's friend?"
  • Loafing: "I'm finished."
  • Receiving food (favorite): "Ooh, how nice!"
  • Receiving food (normal): "Wasn't too bad."
  • Receiving food (disliked):

Etymology

"Ginkaku" translates as "silver pavillion" (Japanese: 銀閣).

Origin

Castelius II's appearance and Japanese name are based on the Ginkaku-ji ("Silver Pavillion Temple"), officially named Jishou-ji (Japanese: 慈照寺 Jishō-ji, "Shining Mercy Temple"), a Zen Buddhist temple in the Sakyo ward of Kyoto, Japan. Originally planned as a retirement villa for the shogun Ashikaga Yoshimasa, he ordered to have it converted to a temple after his death, and to name it after his Dharma name. Surrounded by green areas and a carefully-kept sand garden, its two-story structure was originally intended to be finished with silver foil similarly to the Kinkaku-ji's gold leaf finish (see Castelius I#Trivia), but construction was halted during the Onin War and the plan never came to fruition. However, even if technically unfinished the building is still appreciated for its sparse, austere beauty (although more pragmatic people regard it as something of a "second fiddle" to the more lavish and grandiose Kinkaku-ji).

 In other languages

Language Name Meaning
Flag of Japan Japanese ギンカク Ginkaku
Flag of France French Castelius II
Flag of Spain Spanish Castelius II
Flag of Germany German Kastellan II
Flag of Italy Italian Castelius II
  • Portuguese(Brazil): Castelus II

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