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[[image:{{{wibwobx}}} Wibble Wobble.PNG|40px|center|link=]] Too-Much-To-Take
じごくミミズク, Jigoku-mimizuku
Mysterious
Trumpfohreule Artwork
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Attribute Rank
Wind icon Rank A icon
Time Type
Present
Number
Too-Much-To-Take is not numbered.
Side-games number
Too-Much-To-Take is not numbered.
Skill Effect
Long Ears
Favorite foods
Pasta
Yo-kai Watch 3
Side-game favorite food
Too-Much-To-Take has no favorite food.
Base Stats
Total: 0
HP
0
Spirit
0
Power
0
Speed
0
Defence
0
Stats of Too-Much-To-Take is unknown.

Too-Much-To-Take (Japanese: じごくミミズク Jigoku-mimizuku) is a Rank A Wind-attribute Yo-kai of the Mysterious tribe.

Too-Much-To-Take evolves from To-What-To-Who starting at level 28.

Appearance

  • Yo-Kai Watch 3

Biology

Too-Much-To-Take is a purple anthropomorphic owl-like Yokai with blue dotted eyebrows and black horns. He wears a black vest with a magenta sash around the waist. His most notable features are his giant ears with black and magenta stripes inside each of them.


Stats

Type Name Power Attribute Range
Attack Single enemy
No description.
Technique Wind Single enemy
No description.
Inspirit
Soultimate Move Sharp Ear Rock Festival (Japanese: 地獄耳ロックフェス Jigokumimi Rock Fest) All enemies
(pending: damages all enemies with ultrasounds)
Skill Long Ears (Japanese: 地獄耳 Jigoku-mimi)
No Yo-kai will be able to dodge.

History

Trivia

Origin

Name Origin

His English name is the phrase "too much to take" with hyphens added in, in reference to audio-sensory overload due to his sharp hearing.

"Jigoku-mimizuku" is a combination of the Japanese phrase "jigokumimi" (Japanese: 地獄耳 tr. "sharp ears; long ears") and the horned owl (Japanese: 木菟 Mimizuku).

"Todoídos" is a contraction of the phrase "Todo oídos" (All ears).

In other languages

  • Italian: Sentutto
  • German: Trumpfohreule
  • Spanish: Todoídos
  • French: Feuildechou