She looks similar to Baku, except that she has a white color scheme. Her eyes are blue and the flower-like mark on her head is pink.
In the anime, Whapir strives for being useful with her powers, to the point of asking for a job in Hailey Anne and Usapyon's detective agency for free. She is very polite and docile.
Hailey Anne and Usapyon
Ever since Whapir asked for a job in Hailey Anne and Usapyon's detective agency, she has proven to be very useful and helpful in their mystery cases.
Abilities and Powers
Similar to Baku's dream projection, Whapir can project the memories of Yo-kai and people by first drawing them into her trunk akin to broken glass, then shoots out the whole picture.
How To Befriend
Whapir is found in Tranquility Apartments (Shopper's Row) inside room C-303.
Whapir can be found under cars in San Fantastico.
- Befriended: "Be my friend! I'll show you some good dreams in exchange!"
- Receiving food (favourite): "Phew, yummy!"
- Receiving food (normal): "*Chompchomp*"
- Receiving food (disliked):
- Freed from Crank-a-kai:
Whapir first appears in EP088, when she arrives at Usapyon and Hailey's place and asks for a job in their detective agency. Hailey hires her and nicknames her "Hakkun", which Whapir likes. Usapyon insists she must have a test, and the opportunity presents when the first case of the agency starts: Slicenrice arrives to ask for help in solving a murder case involving his comrades. Whapir then eats Slicenrice's memories and projects them, explaining her powers in the process.
From this point onwards, Whapir's abilites prove to be useful to narrow the suspects of each 'murder' case given the circumstances of each one of them.
Even after the detective agency closed down, she still hangs out with Hailey and Usapyon from time to time.
- When snapped in the Yo-kai Cam, her tip is, "Get a good nap! I think that helps give you good dreams!"
- "Whapir" is a contraction of "white tapir"; tapirs being the animal the Baku is said to resemble.
- "Haku" means simply "white" (Japanese: 白 Haku, In the Kan'on method), while punning with "baku"
In other languages
- Spanish: Blanpir
- German: Wapir
- Italian: Blantapiro
- French: Tapur
- Portuguese (Brazil): Antalva