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Crank-a-kai

The Crank-a-kai at the Sacred Great Tree in EP001.

The Crank-a-kai (Japanese: 妖怪ガシャ Yōkai Gasha) is an ancient gashapon machine that appears at the base of the Sacred Tree located behind the Wildwood Shrine. Instead of normal prizes, the capsules within the Crank-a-kai contain various imprisoned Yo-kai as well as other random items.

History

The Yo-kai trapped inside the Crank-a-kai were sealed within over two hundred years ago by a priest and his colleagues, who believed all Yo-kai were evil. It was also said that an innocent Yo-kai was imprisoned along with them. It remained behind a series of physical barriers behind the Wildwood Shrine.

In the present day, Nate/Katie is searching for bugs for their summer collection and come across a gate that mysteriously disappears after the player searches a tree for bugs. Now unobstructed, the player moves on and find the Crank-a-kai. They capitulate to the machine after it vocally demands they insert a coin and wind up freeing Whisper, who gives them the Yo-kai Watch as thanks.

In the anime, Nate instead ignores the barriers blocking the Crank-a-kai in search of a rare bug and finds the machine. Like in the games, Nate inserts a coin following the instructions of the voice and frees Whisper. Unlike the games, Nate doesn't receive the Yo-kai Watch until later on, and he demanded from Whisper reimbursement for using his money, to no avail. Beyond that, the Crank-a-kai is never seen again, however it made a quick reappearance in Katie's Yo-kai Butler.

In the Yo-kai Watch 2 games, there are multiple Crank-a-kai machines. The number of draws the player is allowed varies from day to day. There are also different contents in the Crank-a-kai depending on whether the player is in the present day or the past.

Function

The Crank-a-kai is a prison which holds Yo-kai within it, and the player can free them with Crank-a-kai Coins.

In the game, the player can revisit the Crank-a-kai (up to three times per day in the first game) and operate it with special coins, the 8 most common of which come in one color for each Yo-kai tribe, as well as other, more elusive coin types, as well as 10 of the Nintendo 3DS' Play Coins. When inserted and cranked, the Player can then get a variety of items and Yo-kai from the Crank-a-kai. The freed Yo-kai are generally amicable and happy once freed, automatically giving over their Yo-kai Medals in return for freeing them.

The capsules the Crank-a-kai give out vary in color, which can be a hint to players as to what is sealed inside.

Grayish-white: These capsules always provide Items, most of which are common.
Violet: Violet capsules vary between common Yo-kai and uncommon to rare Items.
Red: Red capsules vary between uncommon Yo-kai and rare Items.
Gold: Solid gold capsules always give out Rare Yo-kai. Rare is it that these capsules can give the Rank S Rare Yo-kai, though that can only happen when using tribe-specific Coins.
Black: Black-hued capsules always give out the Rank S Crank-a-kai-exclusive Rare Yo-kai needed to unseal Gilgaros, Slurpent, and Batan Q.

It must be stressed out that what the player will get from the Crank-a-kai via Coins is predetermined when a new game is started, and thus, one cannot just simply reset and try again if they find their results lacking.

In the first game, one can still mess with the 3DS' Date settings to gain additional draws. Changing the date settings in future games starting in Yo-kai Watch 2 will lock the player out of the Crank-a-kai for two days.

Crank-a-kai Coins are found by opening boxes, randomly searching certain spots in the overworld, completing requests, getting them through Bonus Scenes in the first two games, and through special QR Codes or Passwords, the latter of which being able to be redeemed in the Lambert Post Office.

Additionally, the Yo-kai Medals' toys (aside from the Gemnyans in the first game & the Fruitnyans, Robot Yo-kai, Wondernyan, Jibakoma, and Hovernyan/Darknyan in the second) have a QR code on the back, which offer a tribe-specific coin when scanned by using the Piggleston Bank's QR Code reader in-game.

Obtainable Yo-kai

There are some Rare Yo-kai can only be obtained with the Crank-a-kai, 8 of which are Rank S Yo-kai of their respective tribes, and are necessary to free the Legendary Yo-kai of the Tough tribe, Gilgaros.

In Yo-kai Watch 2, there are 8 more Rank S Rare Yo-kai, with all but one of those being Classic Yo-kai, that are also only obtainable through the Crank-a-kai in the past, and are necessary to free the Legendary Yo-kai of the Slippery tribe, Slurpent.

In Yo-kai Watch 3, there are 8 more Rank S Rare Yo-kai, all Merican Yo-kai that are also only obtainable through the Dream Roulette Crank-a-kai, and are necessary to free the Legendary Yo-kai of the Eerie tribe, Batan Q. Due to the lack of time travel within, the Yo-kai needed to free Slurpent were moved elsewhere.

Tribe-specific Coins

Red Coins (Japanese: 赤コイン Aka Koin) are Crank-a-kai coins that are tied to the Yo-kai of the Brave tribe. In the English version of Yo-kai Watch: Wibble Wobble, these coins merely have a high chance of winning Brave Yo-kai, instead of solely consisting of Brave Yo-kai.

Brave Yo-kai



Yellow Coins (Japanese: 黄色コイン Ki-iro Koin) are Crank-a-kai coins that are tied to the Yo-kai of the Mysterious tribe. In the English version of Yo-kai Watch: Wibble Wobble, these coins merely have a high chance of winning Mysterious Yo-kai, instead of solely consisting of Mysterious Yo-kai.

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  • Rank D win: Lafalotta, Duchoo, or Signibble
  • Rank C win: Espy or Blips
  • Rank B win: Verygoodsir or Alloo
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  • Rank S win: Frostail or Kingmera

Mysterious Yo-kai



Orange Coins (Japanese: オレンジコイン Orenji Koin) are Crank-a-kai coins that are tied to the Yo-kai of the Tough tribe. In the English version of Yo-kai Watch: Wibble Wobble, these coins merely have a high chance of winning Tough Yo-kai, instead of solely consisting of Tough Yo-kai.

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Pink Coins (Japanese: 桃コイン Momo Koin) are Crank-a-kai coins that are tied to the Yo-kai of the Charming tribe. In the English version of Yo-kai Watch: Wibble Wobble, these coins merely have a high chance of winning Charming Yo-kai, instead of solely consisting of Charming Yo-kai.

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Green Coins (Japanese: 緑コイン Midori Koin) are Crank-a-kai coins that are tied to the Yo-kai of the Heartful tribe. In the English version of Yo-kai Watch: Wibble Wobble, these coins merely have a high chance of winning Heartful Yo-kai, instead of solely consisting of Heartful Yo-kai.

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Blue Coins (Japanese: 青コイン Ao Koin) are Crank-a-kai coins that are tied to the Yo-kai of the Shady tribe. In the English version of Yo-kai Watch: Wibble Wobble, these coins merely have a high chance of winning Shady Yo-kai, instead of solely consisting of Shady Yo-kai.

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Purple Coins (Japanese: 紫コイン Murasaki Koin) are Crank-a-kai coins that are tied to the Yo-kai of the Eerie tribe. In the English version of Yo-kai Watch: Wibble Wobble, these coins merely have a high chance of winning Eerie Yo-kai, instead of solely consisting of Eerie Yo-kai.

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Light Blue Coins (Japanese: 水色コイン Mizu-iro Koin) are Crank-a-kai coins that are tied to the Yo-kai of the Slippery tribe. In the English version of Yo-kai Watch: Wibble Wobble, these coins merely have a high chance of winning Slippery Yo-kai, instead of solely consisting of Slippery Yo-kai.

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Other Coins

Five-Star Coins (Japanese: 5つ星コイン Itstsu Boshi Koin) are rare Crank-a-kai coins that offer Rare Yo-kai or otherwise hard to find Yo-kai.

  • Rank B Win: Sushiyama, Pinkipoo, or Frostina
  • Rank A Win: Sheen
  • Rank S Win: Cruncha, Frostail, Goldenyan, Damona, Auntie Heart, Count Cavity, Eterna, Shadow Venoct

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Rank A
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  • Rank A Mysterious win: Mircle
  • Rank A Tough win: Bruff
  • Rank A Charming win: Jibanyan A, Komasan A, or Komajiro A
  • Rank A Heartful win: Mama Aura
  • Rank A Shady win: Timidevil
  • Rank A Eerie win: Skreek, Sir Berus, or Cuttincheez
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  • Rank B Tough win: Goruma or Rhinoggin
  • Rank B Charming win: Thornyan or Baddinyan
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Special Coins (Japanese: スペシャルコイン Supesharu Koin) are rare Crank-a-kai coins that offer Rare Yo-kai or otherwise hard to find Yo-kai.

  • Rank D Win: Signibble or Hidabat
  • Rank C Win: Chansin, Chummer, or Shmoopie
  • Rank B Win: Rhinoggin, Sushiyama, Frostina, or Espy
  • Rank S Win: Cruncha, Frostail, Goldenyan, Damona, Auntie Heart, Count Cavity, Eterna, or Shadow Venoct

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  • Rank B win: Frostina or Rawry
  • Rank A win: Lie-in Heart
  • Rank S win: Cruncha, Frostail, Goldenyan, Damona, Auntie Heart, Count Cavity, Eterna, or Shadow Venoct

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  • Rank S win: Demuncher, Kingmera, Uber Geeko, Tigappa, Unikirin, Eyellure, Arachnia, or Mermother

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  • Rank S Mysterious win: Kyubi or Kingmera
  • Rank S Tough win: Gachinyan
  • Rank S Charming win: Damona, Swelterrier, Jibanyan S, Komasan S, or Komajiro S
  • Rank S Heartful win: Peppillon or Unikirin
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Excitement Coins (Japanese: わくわくコイン Wakuwaku Koin) are rare Crank-a-kai coins that offer Rare Yo-kai or otherwise hard to find Yo-kai. In Yo-kai Watch, there was one variety of Excitement Coins, but in Yo-kai Watch 2, the Excitement Coin was split into four varieties:

  • Flower Excitement Coins (Japanese: わくわくコイン(花) Wakuwaku Koin (Hana))
  • Bird Excitement Coins (Japanese: わくわくコイン(鳥) Wakuwaku Koin (Tori))
  • Wind Excitement Coins (Japanese: わくわくコイン(風) Wakuwaku Koin (Kaze))
  • Moon Excitement Coins (Japanese: わくわくコイン(月) Wakuwaku Koin (Tsuki)).

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Mystery Coins (Japanese: どきどきコイン Dokidoki Koin) are rare Crank-a-kai coins introduced in Yo-kai Watch 2 that offer Rare Yo-kai or otherwise hard to find Yo-kai.

In total, there are four varieties:

  • Yo Mystery Coins (Japanese: わくわくコイン(妖) Dokidoki Koin (Yō))
  • Kai Mystery Coins (Japanese: わくわくコイン(怪) Dokidoki Koin (Kai))
  • Sum Mystery Coins (Japanese: わくわくコイン(召) Dokidoki Koin (Shō))
  • Mon Mystery Coins (Japanese: わくわくコイン(喚) Dokidoki Koin (Kan)).

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Glitzy Coins (Japanese: キラキラコイン Kirakira Koin) are rare Crank-a-kai coins introduced in Yo-kai Watch 2 that offer Rare Yo-kai or otherwise hard to find Yo-kai.

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Traveler's Coins (Japanese: ご当地コイン Gotochi Koin) are rare Crank-a-kai coins introduced in Yo-kai Watch 2 that are only known for offering Local Yo-kai and items.

In total, there are nine varieties:

  • Traveler's Coin North (Japanese: ご当地コイン(北) Gotochi Koin (Kita))
  • Traveler's Coin Northeast (Japanese: ご当地コイン(東北) Gotochi Koin (Tōhoku))
  • Traveler's Coin East (Japanese: ご当地コイン(関東) Gotochi Koin (Kantō))
  • Traveler's Coin Central (Japanese: ご当地コイン(中部) Gotochi Koin (Chūbu))
  • Traveler's Coin West (Japanese: ご当地コイン(近畿) Gotochi Koin (Kinki))
  • Traveler's Coin Mountain (Japanese: ご当地コイン(中国) Gotochi Koin (Chūgoku))
  • Traveler's Coin South (Japanese: ご当地コイン(四国) Gotochi Koin (Shikoku))
  • Traveler's Coin Midwest (Japanese: ご当地コイン(九州) Gotochi Koin (Kyūshū))
  • Traveler's Coin Island (Japanese: ご当地コイン(沖縄) Gotochi Koin (Okinawa)).

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Mystery Coins (Japanese: あやかしコイン Ayakashi Koin) are rare Crank-a-kai coins introduced in Yo-kai Watch 2 that offer Rare Yo-kai or otherwise hard to find Yo-kai.

In total, there are four varieties:

  • Mystery Coins (Japanese: あやかしコイン Ayakashi Koin)
  • Boar Mystery Coins (Japanese: あやかしコイン(猪) Ayakashi Koin (Inoshishi))
  • Deer Mystery Coins (Japanese: あやかしコイン(鹿) Ayakashi Koin (Shika))
  • Butterfly Mystery Coins (Japanese: あやかしコイン(蝶) Ayakashi Koin (Chō)).

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Cheerful Coins (Japanese: うきうきコイン Ukiuki Koin) are rare Crank-a-kai coins introduced in Yo-kai Watch 2 that offer Rare Yo-kai or otherwise hard to find Yo-kai.

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  • Rank S win:

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  • Rank C win:
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Jewel-nyan Coins
These special event coins give out Jewel Bells to summon their respective Jewel-nyans in the over-world. They can only be obtained by scanning the QR Codes of their Yo-kai Medals at Piggleston Bank.
If someone has managed to acquire more than one Jewel-nyan Coin-bearing Code of the same variety, they would work, but the won items from the used Coins would be discarded, as they are placed in the Key Items in the player's Inventory, and thusly prevents multiples.


One-Star Coins
Yo-kai Watch: Wibble Wobble


3DS Play Coins
NOTE: It uses 10 Coins and they are permanently used no matter if someone soft resets. Also, these coins are far more likely to reward someone Items.

Select-A-Coin and Select-A-Coin +

Allows you to pick from:

Coins exclusive to Yo-kai Watch: Wibble Wobble

Raw Easter Coin

Freedom Quotes

Once freed, the Yo-kai will express some words in gratitude with a few saying so in their own ways, before the player automatically befriends them.








Trivia

  • As a Gashapon machine, the Crank-a-kai, as well as any of its variations, fall under the jurisdiction of Gutsy Bones.
  • In Japan, several sets of Yo-kai Medals were released in actual Gashapon machines, emulating the Crank-a-kai.

In other languages

  • Italian: Slot-Kai
  • German: Yo-kaimat
  • Spanish: Expendekai

Start a Discussion Discussions about Crank-a-kai

  • Crank-a-kai

    3 messages
    • Um,well,I have not worked out percentages but the five-star coin can get any of them.
    • I never used a special coin in the Crank-a-Kai before. How awesome are the results?

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