Yo-kai Medallium biography
"A crane Yo-kai with an insanely runny nose. He's scared his drippings will make him too heavy to fly...I'd be scared, too."
Snotsolong ( is a Japanese: ズルズルづる ) Zuruzuru-zuru Rank E, Water-attribute Yo-kai of the Mysterious tribe.
Snotsolong is a red-crowned crane Yo-kai, with a red tuft of feathers on its head. Snotsolong always has two long trails of snot dripping out of its nostrils that are roughly the size of the rest of its body.
Those inspirited by Snotsolong are plagued with an absurdly runny nose.
Snotsolong appears in shallows by the Western River (Uptown Springdale) and in the Old Mansion and in shallows by the Riverbank (Blossom Heights).
Lastly, it can be freed from the Crank-a-kai with a Yellow Coin.
Snotsolong can be found in the Secret Byway in Blossom Heights and sometimes in the Gates of Whimsy.
This shows Snotsolong's stat on level: 99.
NOTE: Remember that Snotsolong won't always end up having these stats at 99 due to attitude.
Tolerance of attribute attack Strong × ⇒ △ ⇒ - ⇒ ○ ⇒ ◎ weak
Pesky Poke (
Japanese: こづく ) Kozuku 15
Japanese: 放水の術 ) Hōsui no Jutsu 20
Runny Nose (
Japanese: ズルズルにする ) Zuruzuru ni suru
Gives a foe a nose so runny that it can't do anything but blow it!
Slaps an opponent with its snot. May cancel Soultimate Moves!
Water Play (
Japanese: 風あそび ) Kaze Asobi
Increased damage of Water attacks.
Befriended: "Gee, you're strong... You want to be friends maybe?"
Loafing: "Time to relax..."
Being traded: “Uh, nice to meet you... Don’t mind my snot.”
Receiving food (favorite): "Dastes gread!"
Receiving food (neutral): " It was OK."
Receiving food (disliked): "It's the worst!"
Freed from Crank-a-Kai: "If you cad sdop by dose frub ruddig I's be so habby."
"Snotsolong" is a combination of snot and so long. It may also be a corruption of "it's not so long".
"Zuruzuru-zuru" translates as "sniffling crane".
"Mokopavo" is a combination of moco (snot) and pavo (turkey).
Snotsolong is based on a red-crowned crane.
Snotsolong's "random" nicknames in Yo-kai Watch 2 are: Dribble, Julienne, Dragong, and Drane.
In other languages
Japanese: ズルズルづる Zuruzuru-zuru
Portuguese (Brazil): Oritavi