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Hungorge (Japanese: くいい爺 Kuiijii) is a Rank B Drain-attribute Yo-kai of the Heartful tribe.

Hungorge evolves from Hungramps starting at level 22. As of Yo-kai Watch 2, he also evolves from the same Yo-kai when fused with a Love-Packed Rice Ball.

Apperances

Biology

Hungorge resembles an odd-looking old man with a round head sporting large ears, four thin strands of hair, and more notably a prominent wide mouth from which a large purplish tongue sticks out, while drooling profusely, and a single tooth in the upper row. He wears gray-blue japanese robes and carries a white bowl and chopsticks.

Hungorge causes people to scarf down food. If he runs out of food, he will devour things that are not edible.

Profile

Yo-kai Watch

Evolve Hungramps. Alternatively, he appears on all floors of Springdale Elementary School at night.

Yo-kai Watch 2

Evolve Hungramps via fusion with a Love-Packed Rice Ball.

Game Data

Evolution

Restoration Attribute
Himojii YW1-034
Pokapoka medal
Hungramps
Level 22
Drain Attribute
Kuiijii YW1-038
Pokapoka medal
Hungorge

Fusion

Yo-kai Watch 2

Restoration Attribute
Himojii YW1-034
Pokapoka medal
Hungramps
+
None
1S Plum Rice Ball
None
Love-Packed Rice Ball
=
Drain Attribute
Kuiijii YW1-038
Pokapoka medal
Hungorge

Stats

Kuiijii YW1-038
Stats Calculation
HP
 
1
STR
 
1
SPR
 
1
DEF
 
1
SPD
 
1
This shows Hungorge's stat on level: 99.


Movelist

Type Name Power Attribute Range
Attack Chomp 45 Single enemy
No description.
Technique Drain 20 Single enemy
No description.
Inspirit Starve Single enemy
Makes a foe's food unfilling and lowers its STR.
Soultimate Move Gleeful Gluttony 80 Restoration All allies
Heals allies with rice balls summoned by the power of gluttony.
Skill Starver
The effect of food on allies will double.

Quotes

  • Befriended: "You look delicious. Maybe I'll eat you."
  • Loafing:
  • Receiving food (favorite): "Moooore!"
  • Receiving food (normal): "Kinda OK!"
  • Receiving food (disliked):

Etymology

  • "Hungorge" is a portmanteau of hunger and gorge.
  • "Kuiijii" is a combination of kuiiji (食い意地, "gluttony") and jii (爺,"grandfather").
  • "Nimmersatt" can translate as gluttonous or literally never full.
  • "Gargazampa" is a combination of "Garganta" (Throat) and Zampar (eat)

Trivia

Related Yo-kai

In other languages

  • Japanese: くいい爺 Kuiijii
  • Korean: 게걸영감 Gegeollyeonggam
  • Spanish: Gargazampa
  • Italian: Offam
  • German: Nimmersatt
  • French: Puissanfon
  • Portuguese: "Glutôncio"