Duchoo かぜカモ, Kazekamo
Duchoo is not numbered.
Side-game favorite food
Duchoo has no favorite food.
Stats of Duchoo is unknown.
Yo-kai Medallium biography
" Ever felt like you might be sick, but you're not totally sure if you are? Blame Duchoo."
Duchoo ( is a Japanese: かぜカモ ) Kazekamo Rank D Ice-attribute Yo-kai of the Mysterious tribe.
In the Anime, Duchoo is very relaxed and carefree, and seems to loves parties, as he often uses terms seen as laid back. However, he has a very serious side as seen when Duchoo coaches Nate on how to act sick to skip school.
In the anime, he and Coughkoff are good friends.
Duchoo knows many ways into tricking people to think that you're sick, however, he can't make you sick himself
It's said if you really wish for him to come, he will!
This shows Duchoo's stat on level: 99.
Makes an enemy Yo-kai catch a cold. This will lower its STR.
Slaps an opponent with its snot. May cancel Soultimate Moves!
Increased damage of Ice attacks.
How to befriend
Duchoo appears in shallows by the West Side River of the Breezy Hills area.
Duchoo appears in the Springdale waterway after obtaining the rank D watch.
Befriended: "Let's be friends! I hope you don't mind catching a cold, though..."
Loafing: "I feel lazy..."
Being traded: "H...hi. Are you sure you want to be friends? I might get you sick."
Receiving food (favourite): "Thad's gread!"
Receiving food (normal): " *gnaw* "
Receiving food (disliked): "Not so good..."
Freed from Crank-a-kai: "Dake me wid you if you don'd mide cadching a cold..."
Duchoo first appeared in
EP022 where he and Coughkoff attempt to help Nate act like he's sick.
EP027, Duchoo was seen in Yo-kai-lifornia where he was among the Yo-kai waiting in line for the release of the Yo-kai Watch Model Zero.
Duchoo's design is based on a wordplay. Its Japanese name "Kazekamo" translates as "common cold duck", but also sounds like
kaze kamo ("I think I caught a cold").
"Duchoo" combines duck and achoo.
"Pachús" combines pavo (turkey) and the onomatopeia achús (achoo)
In other languages
Japanese: かぜカモ Kazekamo
Korean: 고뿔덕 Goppuldeok
Portuguese (Brazil): Patchim