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Firewig 激ドラゴン, Geki Dragon
Firewig ( is a Japanese: 激ドラゴン ) Geki Doragon Rank A Fire-attribute Yo-kai of the Slippery tribe.
The Yo-kai Medallium bio reads; "
He has SUCH a terrible temper. He's even been known to make people smash all the plates they own!"
Firewig evolves from
Irewig starting at level 26. In , he is one of the Yo-kai required to unlock Yo-kai Watch 2 Komashura.
Firewig is a large, intimidating centipede with a dark red shell and orange underbelly. His red face is twisted with rage and sports four orange "horns" at tis sides. He has long, zig-zagged purple antennae and two sets of red arms and legs, and his spiked tail ends in a large orange "pincer" with red tips. Firewig also wears purple socks and straw sandals. On the back of his head there are holes that blow steam out of them.
Firewig is an aggressive, wild Yo-kai that is very prone to losing his temper.
Abilities and Powers
When inspiriting someone, their anger goes to its peak, which results in them getting into a rampage.
This shows Firewig's stat on level: 99.
Japanese: ドクロ割り ) Dokuro-wari 75-112
Japanese: れんごくの術 ) Rengoku no Jutsu 80-120
Japanese: 激怒させる ) Gekido Saseru
The Inspirited Yo-kai is beside themselves with rage, and will attack their allies.
Furious Dragon Strike! (
Japanese: ドラゴン激一発! ) Dragon Geki Ippatsu! 180
Furiously pounds the enemy with his tail. High critical/miss chance.
Japanese: しかえし ) Shikaeshi
Reflects some damage back to foe.
Attack (hits a nearby enemy)
Flame (hits a faraway enemy if charged, does more damage)
Firewig's soul-When defeated, does damage to one foe
How to befriend
Loafing: "Kirechimattazo! (I lost my temper!)"
"Geki Dragon" translates as "violent dragon", and could be a play on the word
gekirin (逆鱗, "imperial wrath", literally "inverted scale": see Dragon Lord#Origin.)
"Firewig" is a portmanteau of fire and earwig, an insect that has rear-mounted pinchers to use for various purposes.
"Scolérique" comes from "scorpion" and "colérique" (bad-tempered)
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