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Sumodon (Japanese: すもうどん Sumoudon) is a Rank D Restoration-attribute Local Yo-kai of the Tough tribe.

Sumodon evolves into Yokozudon when fused with a Vintage Parasol.

Appearance

A food-based Yo-kai that is a red bowl of noodles and broth, with a pair of tentacle-like arms and human legs. He is wearing a simple purple mawashi like a sumo wrestler, and has a pair of pink narutomaki resembling cheeks. He also has a cinnamon stick and a egg sunny-side up on top of his head.

Game data

Fusion

Restoration Attribute
Sumoudon PYW-112
Goketsu medal
Sumodon
+
None
Vintage Parasol
None
Vintage Parasol
=
Restoration Attribute
Yokozuna-udon PYW-121
Goketsu medal
Yokozudon

Stats

None
Stats Calculation
HP
 
1
STR
 
1
SPR
 
1
DEF
 
1
SPD
 
1
This shows Sumodon's stat on level: 99.


Moveset

Type Name Power Attribute Range
Attack Palm Strike 60 Single enemy
No description.
Technique Heal 20 Restoration Single ally
No description.
Inspirit Suck it Up Single ally
The Inspirited Yo-kai's DEF goes up due to it's love of udon noodles.
Soultimate Move Slapdown 160 Single enemy
A stunning slap that can cancel a foe's Soultimate Move.
Skill The Stand
Will keep 1 HP after a knockout blow once.

How to befriend

Yo-kai Watch 2

Sumodon can be found only when using a Traveller's Coin South, which has two different ways to obtain. One is with a Japanese-only Sumodon or Yokozudon Yo-kai Watch: Tomodachi Ukiukipedia card and with a series of 15 Passwords that can both be entered at Piggleston Bank for coins. The coins can be used to get Sumodon from the Crank-a-kai.

Quotes

  • Befriended:
  • Loafing:
  • Receiving food (favourite): 
  • Receiving food (normal): 
  • Receiving food (disliked):
  • Freed from Crank-a-kai: "Would you like to wrestle? Or be my friend? Hint: You can say both!"

Etymology

Origin

Name Origin

Sumoudon is a combination on the words "Sumo" and Udon, a type of noodle.

Sumodon is simply "Sumoudon" with the "u" removed.

Trivia

Sumodon's "random" nicknames are: "Noodles", "Rikishi", "Morty", and "Bowler".

In other languages

  • Italian: Sumbrodo
  • French: Sumodon
  • German Sumodon