The Yo-kai Medallium bio reads; "If you catch a glimpse of Skreek, just run. He can throw you into the deepest pits of despair."
Skreek is one of the Yo-kai required to unlock Dandoodle.
A depressed black bird with a purple face to match Her bottom. Her mid-section are pink, while Her beak and feet are dark grey. She hangs Her head low, with the face on Her torso making the same depressed expression. She has tiny cyan pupils.
After clearing Mr. Byrd's two "Bird Collection" quests, a room will open in the back of his house in Blossom Heights, where Skreek can be challenged once a day until it's befriended through normal methods.
Yo-kai Watch: Wibble Wobble
Skreek can be freed from the crank-a-kai with 3000 Y-Money, a 5-Star Coin, or a 1-Star Coin
Yo-kai Watch 2
Befriending Skreek happens on completion of "Mr. Byrd's Tragic Tale" request. After multiple in-game days talking to Mr. Byrd you will gain access to the back room. Once you have battled and defeated Skreek, return to Mr. Byrd and Skreek will automatically befriend you.
Yo-kai Watch Busters
Skreek can be befriended rarely as a reward for beating a Main Story Misison, Battle Honor General Honke army. She can also be befriended upon Patrol in Flatpot Plains, and she can also be freed from the Crank-a-kai with Play Coins.
Skreek, as Skreek Tottori, can be found in the Candy Stop in Blossom Heights, or she can appear in the crank-a-kai with a game coin
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Skreek can be befriended rarely in the Infinite Cornfield near Harrisville.
Abilities and Powers
Skreek will make those around it fall into bad luck and despair even without meaning to.
Befriended(Yo-kai Watch): "You're strong, I'll give you that. How 'bout we be friends to the end?"
Receiving food (favourite):
Receiving food (normal):
Receiving food (disliked):
Freed from Crank-a-kai: "Thanks! I'll be with you 'til the end!"
Skreek might be based on the Itsumaden, a ghastly bird that embodied the lamentations and cries for help of people who died from pestilence or war centuries ago. It would fly over the desolate places that gave it birth, letting out a horrible, mournful cry.
"Skreek" refers to a onomatopoeic of a bird's screeching.