Alistair (Japanese: 高城イツキ Takashiro Itsuki) is a character that appears as Major deuteragonist in M05 and is a supporting character in Yo-kai Watch 4. He owns the Yo-kai Watch Elda God, which allows him to summon Shadowside Yo-kai that have powerful Godside forms.
- Yo-kai Watch 4: Supporting Character
- Yo-kai Watch: Forever Friends: Major Character
Yo-kai Watch 4
In the anime
One day, Alistair suddenly notices his sister acting out of insanity which made her run to the top of a construction site. He tries to save his sister from jumping off the unfinished building, but Alistair also loses his life where he ended up jumping with her. In the afterlife, he meets a spiritual being named Kukuri-hime where she tells Alistair that his sister had her soul taken by a Yo-kai, and explains all about them.
Alistair suddenly regrets his actions about trying to save his sister towards Kukuri-hime, but the Yo-kai gives Alistair another chance to save his sister as long as he forms a friendship with somebody along the way. Kikuri-hime uses her power to temporarily resurrect Alistair as a ghost, while he vows to follow her task.
He and Jack are joined forces with Tae and defeat Yamambaa to try to get the Yo-kai Watch. Jack and Alistair become best friends.
Eventually he and the others end up in the Yo-kai World where a contest is being held, a competition to decide on who will be the next Enma.
Alistair and the others join the competition. After Shien intervenes on their win, he tries to kill Jack, by throwing Enma the Ancient's sword at them, however Alistair pushes Jack out of the way.
It is because of this, it is finally revealed that Alistair had actually died with his sister when trying to save her. However he was temporarily brought back to life as a ghost by Kukuri-hime.
Itsuki is a gender neutral name that can be used for people of any gender. If written in kanji it can mean any of the following: 樹 "spring trees", 斎, "purification" or "Buddhist food", 維月, "fiber, moon", 伊月, "that one, moon".
Alistair is a Scottish Masculine name meaning "Warrior".
In other languages
|Japanese||高城イツキ Takashiro Itsuki|