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Leggly (Japanese: びきゃく Bikyaku) is a Rank E Restoration-attribute Yo-kai of the Charming tribe.

Biology

A small black creature that wears a kasa hat and carries a package on a stick. The only visible limbs are a pair of legs with fair colored flesh, wearing fuchsia high heel pumps.

Everyone who gets inspirited by Leggly will inexplicably gain beautiful legs and the urge to show them to everybody.

Profile

Yo-kai Watch 2

Leggly can be found in the Secret Byway, and in grass in Uptown Springdale.

Yo-kai Watch 3

Leggly can be free from the Crank-a-kai using a Pink Coin.

She can also be found in the Secret Byway.

Game data

Stats

Bikyaku YW7-019
Stats Calculation
HP
 
1
STR
 
1
SPR
 
1
DEF
 
1
SPD
 
1
This shows Leggly's stat on level: 99.


Movelist

Type Name Power Attribute Range
Attack Kick (Japanese: けり Keri) 15 Single enemy
No description.
Technique Heal (Japanese: いやしの術 Iyashi no Jutsu) 20 Restoration Single ally
No description.
Inspirit Make You Pretty Too (Japanese: 美脚にする Bikyaku ni suru) Single ally
The Inspirited Yo-kai raises SPD with the power of pretty legs.
Soultimate Move Strut and Pose (Japanese: 美脚でうっふん Bikyaku de Uffun) All allies
Raises allies' morale with the sight of its supple legs, raising SPD.
Skill Pretty Legs (Japanese: 美脚 Bikyaku)
When in the back row, front row allies gradually recover HP.
No description.

Quotes

  • Befriended: "You're intrigued by my beautiful legs? Very well then, I'll be your friend."
  • Loafing:
  • Receiving food (favourite): 
  • Receiving food (normal): 
  • Receiving food (disliked):
  • Freed from Crank-a-kai: "Ahh...finally, a chance to stretch my legs. Let's run!

Etymology

Origin

Bikyaku's appearance is based on a wordplay on bikyaku (美脚|, "pretty legs") and hikyaku (飛脚), Japanese on-foot messengers that operated during ancient times, carrying packages and letters on a stick.

Leggly is combination of "Leg" and "Lovely", mimicking its Japanese name.

Trivia

Leggly's "random" nicknames are: "Legs", "Stiletto", "Limba", and "Scamper".

In other languages

  • Italian: Ingambe
  • Spanish: Patis
  • German: Stolzstelz
  • French: Gambeth