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Cymbalina (Japanese: 銅拍子 Dōbyōshi) is a Rank B, Restoration-attribute Classic Yo-kai of the Charming Tribe.

Appearances

Biology

Cymbalina takes on the appearance of a small child with white hair in a pink-colored kimono, wielding a scroll as well as having cymbals on the sides of their head.

Profile

"Yo-kai Watch 3"

Cymbalina can be found on Fullface Rock after Update 3.0. in the Japanese version of Yo-kai Watch 3.

Harrisville – Gravestones in the American and International version of Yo-kai Watch 3.

Game Data

Evolution

Restoration Attribute
None
WibWobCharmingIcon
Cymbalina
Level 30
Fire Attribute
Jibanyan
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Fusion

Restoration Attribute
None
WibWobCharmingIcon
Cymbalina
+
Fire Attribute
Jibanyan
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=
Fire Attribute
Jibanyan
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Stats

None
Stats Calculation
HP
 
1
STR
 
1
SPR
 
1
DEF
 
1
SPD
 
1
This shows Cymbalina's stat on level: 99.


Movelist

Type Name Power Attribute Range
Attack Slap 30 Single enemy
No description.
Technique Restore 50 Restoration Single ally
No description.
Inspirit Resonant Rhythm Single ally
Resonant Rhythm causes an ally's SPR to rise.
Soultimate Move Kaos March Off All Allies
Allies are energized by the cute clash of her cymbals. Their SPD goes way up.
Skill Block 'n' Roll
Enters Guard mode after using a Technique.

Etymology

Origin

Cymbalina is based on the dōbyōshi-nyōbo (銅拍子女房, "dōbyōshi lady"), one of many tsukumogami (item youkai) featured in Hyakki Yagyō picture scrolls, born from a pair of dōbyōshi (also called chappa), copper cymbals originally used in Buddhist rituals, then as musical accompaniment in kabuki plays. This youkai appears as an old hag coming out of the instrument, carrying a sutra scroll in her hands. The sound of her cymbals will curse people and force them to dance until they fall down exhausted.

Name

"Cymbalina" may be a portmanteau of cymbal and Thumbelina, a Danish fairytale.

Trivia

Cymbalina does not have a real life medal counterpart.

In other languages

Language Name Meaning
Flag of Japan Japanese 銅拍子 Doubyoushi Named after the doubyoushi-nyoubo
Flag of France French Cymbaline Derived from the English name
Flag of Spain Spanish Cimbalina Derived from the English name
Flag of Germany German Zimbeline
Flag of Italy Italian Fracassia

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