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Attacks (Japanese: こうげき Kougeki) are one of four types of moves Yo-kai can use in the video games. They are offensive moves that will always deal neutral damage. based on the Yo-kai's Strength stat. Yo-kai with a Grouchy or Rough attitude are more likely to select their Attack during battles. Using Hidden Hits will increase an Attack's power, up to a cap.

Attacks introduced in Yo-kai Watch

Yo-kai Attack Power
Hit 20-44
Shoot 30-105
Slap 30-105
Squish 20
Bite 30-105
Body Bash 20
Headsmack 30-105
Kick 30-105
Pesky Poke 30-105
Punch 30-105
Stepping Slice 30-105
Sharp Claws 15-52x2
Rocket Punch 70

Attacks introduced in Yo-kai Watch 2

Yo-kai Attack Power
Bowshot 20-44
Slurp 50-110
Spray 40-88

Attacks introduced in Yo-kai Watch Blasters

Yo-kai Attack Power
Cupid's Arrow 25
Laser Beam 35
Charged Shot 50
Attack 50
Triple Attack 30
Blitz Attack 25
Dash Attack 80
Fall-Back Attack 70
Charged Attack 80
Power Attack 100
Mighty Attack 400
Shockwave Stomp 120

Attacks Moves introduced in Yo-kai Watch 3

Yo-kai Attack Power
Card 35-72
Throw 60-132

Attacks Moves introduced in Yo-kai Watch Sangokushi

Yo-kai Attack Power
Tenko Pebble Throw 15
Oda Nobunyaga Geten 50

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English Name Japanese Name Power Yo-kai
Pinpoint Pierce Kyūsho-zuki (きゅうしょづき)

tr. "Vital Thrust"

30-66
One-Two Punch One-Two Punch (ワンツーパンチ) 15-33x2
Pointy Pokes Midarezuki (みだれづき)

tr. "Wild Thrusts"

12-26x3
Double Slice Tsubame-gaeshi (つばめがえし)

tr. "Turning Swallow"

18-39x2
Beat Buttataku (ぶったたく)

tr. "Pummel"

40-88
Smack Down Haritaosu (はりたおす)

tr. "Knock Down"

20-44x2
Chomp Kuraitsuku (くらいつく)

tr. "Bite Down"

45-99
Batter Mettauchi (めったうち)

tr. "Batter"

15-33x3
Guns Blazing Uchimakuri (うちまくり)

tr. "Salvo"

15-33x3
Power Punch Bunnaguru (ぶんなぐる)

tr. "Wallop"

50-110
Ventilator Kaza'ana-ake (風穴あけ)

tr. "Puncture"

50-110
Stab Storm Shippū-zuki (疾風づき)

tr. "Swift Thrusts"

10-22x5
Headbutt Headbutt (ヘッドバット) 55-121
Flip Kick Abise-geri (あびせげり)

tr. "Heel Kick"

60-90
Ninja Star Shuriken (しゅりけん) 60-90
Palm Strike Tsuppari* (つっぱり) 60-90
Steamroll Konagona-tsubushi (こなごなつぶし)

tr. "Smash To Pieces"

60-90
Tackle Tackle (タックル) 60-90
Throw Nageru (投げる) 60-132
Meteor Punch Ryūsei Punch (流星パンチ)

tr. "Meteor Punch"

20-30x3
Lightning Slash Senkō-giri (閃光ぎり)

tr. "Flash Cut"

20-44x3 (YW1-2)
24x3 (YW3)
Clobber Dokuro-wari (ドクロ割り)

tr. "Skull Splitter"

75-112
Fullswing Fullswing (フルスイング) 80-120
Maul Kamichigiru (かみちぎる)

tr. "Bite Off"

80-120
Practiced Punch Seikenzuki** (正拳突き) 90-135
Earthsplitter Chikyū-wari (地球わり)

tr. "Earth-splitter"

95-142
Bone Crusher Hone-kudaki (骨くだき)

tr. "Bone Crusher"

100-150
Nasty Kick Jigoku-geri (地獄げり)

tr. "Kick To Hell"

100-150
Tail Slap Shippo-uchi (しっぽうち)

tr. "Tail Strike"

100-150
Headbuster Nōten-kachiwari (脳天かちわり)

tr. "Head Smasher"

130-195

*: A sumo technique consisting of rapid open palm thrusts.

**: A karate technique consisting of a straight punch thrown from the basic hachiji-dachi stance.

Trivia

  • Double Slice's Japanese name, Tsubame-gaeshi, references the signature technique of legendary master swordsman Sasaki Kojirō: it slashed the target twice rapidly, drawing a swallow tail pattern through the air. Incidentally, the Pokémon move Aerial Ace shares the same Japanese name.
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