Enefly has a similar body structure to Enerfly, but the similarities end here. Instead, Enefly has a purple, violet, lavender and indigo color scheme and its eyes are squinted.
A person Inspirited by Enefly will cause their best friends to suddenly turn on them and refuse to associate with them. The effect only lasts as long as Enefly is Inspiriting the person, and the relationships resume as normal when Enefly leaves, though by then, it might be too late.
Appears on trees all around Mt. Middleton. May also appear on trees or telephone poles in Harrisville.
Befriended: "Let's be friend-flies and not eneflies."
Receiving food (favorite): "That's gooood!"
Receiving food (normal):
Receiving food (disliked):
Freed from Crank-a-kai:
Enefly appears in EP034, in which he appears out of the sky after Nate has Buhu chase Enerfly away from Eddie. Nate is happy, believing that he now has Enerfly's good luck, but soon becomes disappointed when Katie, Bear and Eddie reject his friendship and leave. Whisper notes the difference between the two butterfly Yo-kai and points out that Nate's friends will come back to him once Enefly leaves, only for Enefly to continue scattering its scales over Nate.
Enefly's Japanese name is the same as Enerfly, but spelled in katakana instead of hiragana.
"Zekkōchō" is a combination of zekkō (Japanese: 絶交,"bitter separation") and "butterfly" (Japanese: 蝶,Chō). It can be taken to mean "Separation Butterfly" (Japanese: 絶交蝶,"Separation Butterfly").
"Enefly" is a combination of "enemy" and "butterfly", likely named to be similar to Enerfly. Its Japanese name is the same as Enerfly, but spelled in katagana instead of hiragana.
"Freundspalta" is a combination of the words freund spalter (friend splitter) and falter (can be used to describe a moth or butterfly).
"Eneposa" is a combination of "Enemigo" (Enemy) and "mariposa" (butterfly).