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Skranny (Japanese: ドクロ婆 Dokurobā) is a Rank C Restoration-attribute Rare Yo-kai of the Mysterious tribe.

Appearances

Biology

Skranny's apperance is similar to Tattletell, however, her vest is now crimson red in color, and she sports a skull-like makeup on her face.

Profile

Yo-kai Watch

In the "Even Yo-kai Get Sick" Yo-kai Spot in Nocturne Hospital one of five Yo-kai will appear: Alloo (who will fight the player), Grumples (who will give the player a Soul Tea), Ol' Fortune (who gives the player a bitter medicine), Tattlecast (wich will also fight the player) and Skranny. If Skranny appears, she will fight the player and can be befriended through normal means.

Yo-kai Watch 2

Skranny appears as a Yo-kai Spot as a statue in Mt. Middleton or Mt.Wildwood.

"Yo-kai Watch: Wibble Wobble"

Playable Yo-kai.

Game data

Evolution

Restoration Attribute
Dokurobaa
Fushigi medal
Skranny
Level 30
Fire Attribute
Jibanyan
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Fusion

Restoration Attribute
Dokurobaa
Fushigi medal
Skranny
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Stats

Dokurobaa
Stats Calculation
HP
 
0
STR
 
0
SPR
 
0
DEF
 
0
SPD
 
0
This shows Skranny's stat on level: 99.


Movelist

Type Name Power Attribute Range
Attack Slap 10 Single enemy
No description.
Technique Heal 20 Restoration Single ally
No description.
Inspirit Face Paint Single enemy
Lowers an enemy's DEF with a shady skeletal curse.
Soultimate Move Skeleton Smack 80 Single enemy
A bony-handed slap that can cancel soultimate moves.
Skill Caring Adjacent Yo-kai
Gradually recovers HP of adjacent Yo-kai.

Quotes

  • Befriended: "Tell? (Want to be friends?)"
  • Loafing: "Telltell..."
  • Receiving food (favourite): "TELL!"
  • Receiving food (normal): "Tell-tell."
  • Receiving food (disliked): "Tell..."

Etymology

  • Her English name, "Skranny". is a portmanteau of the words skeleton or skeletal, and granny, a term of endearment for someone's grandmother.
  • Her Japanese name, "Dokurobā", is a combination of (Japanese: 髑髏 Dokuro, "skull"), referring to her Día de Muertos-inspired visage, and (Japanese: , "grandma"). It's also a variation of "Bakurobā".
  • Her Spanish name, "Esquelelleja", combines "Esqueleto" (Skeleton) and "Cotilleja" (Tattletell).

In other languages

  • Spanish: Esquelelleja
  • Italian: Schelevekia
  • Portuguese (Brazil): Leva-e-traz
  • French: Mémétal

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