Like Kin and Gin, Bronzlow is old and wrinkled with grey skin, along with having balding poofy hair and a diamond on his forehead. He also wears a haori, a white kimono held by a dark grey obi, a dark beige hakama, a large medal, black socks and yellow sandals. True to his name, his hair, diamond, trim, and medal are bronze colored.
Bronzlow is far more quiet than his sisters, to the point where hearing Bronzlow talk is a rare occurrence. He prefers to let Kin and Gin do the fighting and would much rather flee than fight. He is also a little absent minded, much to his sisters' annoyance.
Bronzlow has all the powers Kin and Gin have. He also has knowledge of how to work Dame Dedtime's machine on the off chance someone tries to tamper with it.
His Japanese name, "Do", is most likely short for Seido (青銅), which means bronze.
His English name, "Bronzlow", is likely a combination of bronze and the name Winslow or Ranslow.
- Bronzlow is the only one of the three siblings not to have a counterpart in the Divine Paradise
- His English name was listed in the credits of the English dub in first movie.
- His French name was mentioned in a magazine article about the movie.
- He is also the only one of the three siblings to not keep their Japanese name in the English version.
- In the movie, Bronzlow's only signs of communication are minor sound effects, despite being credited as Paul Greenberg.
- He appears to be in possession of a peculiar item called a pause stone, which, while similar in appearance to the time stone, freezes things in time rather than rewinding time. This ultimately causes their defeat when he accidentally pulls it out instead of a time stone after the last battle alongside his sisters, causing them to freeze forever in the infinite inferno's "time-out zone".
Bronzlow's First Appearance Was In Yo-kai Watch The Movie Alongside His Twin Sisters Kin and Gin and Dame Dedtime and her Wicked Yo-kai. Later he appeared in Yo-kai Watch Shinuchi Games in Japan on December 2014 and in Yo-kai Watch 2 Psychic Specters in September 2017 for North America and Europe.
In other languages
- Korean: 동파 (Dongpa)
- French: Ambronzio
- Italian: Bronzon
- Spanish: Nulo
- German: Bronzo
- Japanese: ドウDō