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Quaken グラグライオン, Guraguraion
Side-game favorite foods
Quaken has no favorite food.
Stats of Quaken is unknown.
Yo-kai Medallium biography
"Every step Quaken takes shakes the place... and some of those vibrations can even move your heart. Awwwww!"
Quaken ( is a Japanese: グラグライオン ) Guraguraion Rank B Earth-attribute Yo-kai of the Brave tribe.
In , Quaken is one of the Yo-kai required to unlock Yo-kai Watch Komashura.
Quaken is a lion-like Yo-kai who is a recolored version of
Blazion where he has dark, reddish skin with a dark brown mane with red tips. His forearm markings and gi pattern are yellow, and his belt and pants are back.
Abilities and Powers
Quaken can make the saddest people cheer up at any time.
This shows Quaken's stat on level: 99.
Stirs up an ally's heart, thus boosting its DEF stat.
Shakes the earth and batters opponents with massive rocks.
Power increases when an ally is defeated.
How to befriend
Quaken appears on the 2nd floor of Springdale Elementary at night (Uptown Springdale).
Quaken appears on Mt. Widlwood Trail (left path from Mt. Widlwood Summit).
He can also be freed from the Crank-a-kai with Red Coins in the present.
Befriended: "My heart burns! Starting today we are friends!"
Loafing: "Quick breather!"
Being traded: "[player's name] truly made my heart blaze! You can do the same!"
Receiving food (favorite): "Meat! Meaaaat!"
Receiving food (normal): "It's not bad."
Receiving food (disliked): "Stop that!"
Freed from Crank-a-kai (YW2): "I am impressed, and we are going to be inseparable friends."
Quaken's "random" nicknames in Yo-kai Watch 2 are: Rumble, Scar, Faulty, and Charcoal.
"Quaken" is an alteration of quaking.
"Guraguraion" combines gura gura (the Japanese onomatopoeia of shaking/trembling) and lion.
"Seismo" is derived from seismisch (seismic, relating to earthquakes)
"Tembloleón" is a combination of "Temblor" (Trembling, tremor) and "León" (Lion)
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