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Grapenyan (Japanese: ブドウニャン Budōnyan) is a Rank B, Water-attribute, Rare Yo-kai of the Charming tribe.

In Yo-kai Watch: Ukiukipedia Kiwami and Yo-kai Watch: Ukiukipedia Gakuen Y, he is classified as the Uwanosora tribe.

Appearances

Biology

Grapenyan is a dark-purple cat Yokai with dull white muzzle and paw tips. It has big black eyes and a pale pink nose, while it's inner-ear coloring is purple. Around its stomach is a purple band, while six light green orbs hanging from the neck. A dark green leaf and vine wrap around its right ear. The flames of its tails are green-yellow. 

Profile

QR Code for Grapenyan.

Yo-kai Watch 2

Scan Hovernyan's QR Code at Piggleston Bank to obtain the Grape Seeds, which will make Grapenyan show up at Harrisville School. He can be battled once a day until he's befriended through the regular method.

Yo-kai Watch 3

Grapenyan can be fought and befriended in Ambosia Pavilion.

Game data

Stats

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Stats Calculation
HP
 
328
STR
 
115
SPR
 
194
DEF
 
138
SPD
 
170
This shows Grapenyan's stat on level: 99.


Movelist

Type Name Power Attribute Range
Attack Sharp Claws (Japanese: するどいつめ Surudoi Tsume) 10-45x2 Single enemy
No description.
Technique Rapids (Japanese: 水流の術 Suiryū no Jutsu) 50-110 Water Single enemy
No description.
Inspirit Feeling Grape (Japanese: ブドウ果汁 Budō kajū) Single ally
Delicious grape juice greatly boosts an ally's SPR.
Soultimate Move Grape Buddies (Japanese: つぶぞろいバディ Tsubu-zoroi badi) All enemies
Confuses all foes with a waft of fruity goodness.
Skill Juicy Goodness (Japanese: 果汁100% Jūsu 100-pāsento)
When defeated, allies' Soul Meters are filled.

Quotes

  • Befriended: "I want you to be friends with me and my fresh-picked self!"
  • Loafing: "Nyo...drying...out."
  • Being traded: "I want you to be friends with me and my fresh-picked self!"
  • Receiving food (favourite): "This'll do! Nyeah!"
  • Receiving food (normal): "Nyot the worst."
  • Receiving food (disliked): "Oh, yuck!"
  • Freed from the Crank-a-kai: "How nyice do I smell, huh? Go on, give me a sniff, nya!"

Etymology

  • Grapenyan is a portmantaue of Grape (a berrie related fruit) and Nyan (a japanese cat's call similar to Meow).

Trivia

In other languages

Language Name Meaning
Flag of Japan.svg Japanese ブドウニャン/Budōnyan
Flag of France.svg French Vigninyan
Flag of Spain.svg Spanish Uvanyan
Flag of Italy.svg Italian Uvanyan
  • German: Traubnyan
  • Portuguese (Brazil): Uvanyan

See also

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