The Wandroid tribe's emblem contains a robot-like face with a dark blue-colored background.
Yo-kai Watch Model U Unlike other medals, when a Wandroid medal is put in the watch, the opening part (where "Ladies and gentlemen" is usually announced) is played without any voices, followed immediately by the character saying his name.
Wandroid Tribe Yo-kai
Rank B Yo-kai
Other Wandroid Tribe Yo-kai
|S||Android Yamada S||Curry|
|A||Android Yamada Gold||?|
|B||Android Yamada Silver||?|
|C||Android Yamada Copper||?|
- The Hagure tribe can be found in Yo-kai Watch 3 after the 1.2 update.
- Several factors make the Wandroid tribe unique to the series as a whole:
- All the members of the Wandroid tribe in the anime have once been human.
- All the members of the Wandroid tribe have common Japanese surnames as part of their Yo-kai names.
- With the 2.0 update and Sukiyaki, the Wandroid tribe has the lowest amount of recruitable members of any tribe, with only one Yo-kai. They had previously tied with the Enma tribe until the aforementioned update.
- The Wandroid tribe consists primarily of android Yo-Kai.
- The name Hagure means "stray", though due to the tribe primarily consisting of androids, the name might also be a play on the Japanese word for gear (Japanese: 歯車 haguruma).
- The name "Wandroid" is most likely a combination of "Wander" and "Android".