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Rattelle カラカラさん, Karakara-san
Side-game favorite food
Rattelle has no favorite food.
Stats of Rattelle is unknown.
Yo-kai Medallium biography
" While she looks calm in her gothic wear, she'll fly into a rage if you insult her style."
Rattelle ( is a Japanese: カラカラさん ) Karakara-san Rank C Fire-attribute Yo-kai of the Charming tribe.
Rattelle evolves from
Dazzabel when fused with Cupistol.
A skeletal ghost with a wide opened mouth worn with pink lipstick to match her pale pink blush. She has small yellow and cyan eyes inside of black holes and few lashes. She wears a red bunny-ear ribbon through her blonde hair, which is pulled into four ringlet curls. She wears a puffy black and red dress with white frills and carries a pink umbrella with a gold handle.
Fuse Dazzabel with Cupistol.
Rattelle also appears on all floors of Gourd Pond Museum at night, and in bushes everywhere in Breezy Hills.
Lastly, Rattelle is befriended automatically during the 9th main story chapter "The Extreme Dare".
Fuse Dazzabel and Cupistol. Another way to find Ratelle is in Gates of Whimsy.
This shows Rattelle's stat on level: 99.
Makes a Yo-kai generous enough to scatter money.
Pokes all foes with her sassy umbrella.
Won't get bad effects of enemy Inspirits.
Befriended: "Being strong is very IN right now! We should be friends."
Receiving food (favourite): "Delish!"
Receiving food (normal): "I'd say... fine."
Receiving food (disliked): "How about... no."
Freed from the Crank-a-kai: "I love your style! Let's be fashionistas together!"
Her Japanese name, "Karakara-san", is
karakara (onomatopoiea for the sound of rattling bones) followed by the -san honorific. Her English name, "Rattelle", is a portmanteau of rattle and belle.
Rattelle's "random" nicknames in Yo-kai Watch 2 are: Stylist, Stacey, Skulita, and Skelly.
"Skulita" is a portmanteau of skull and lolita (a fashion popular with young girls in Japan).
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