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Ooze Zat (Japanese: 油すまし Abura-sumashi) is a Rank B, Ice-attribute, Classic Yo-kai of the Slippery tribe.

Appearances

Biology

Ooze Zat is an olive-skinned humanoid Yo-kai, covered in oil with dark blue hair and tongue and wears green pants with a red belt.

Profile

Yo-kai Watch 3

Ooze Zat can be found under cars in Blossom Heights.

He can also be found in the Hidden Side Street.

Game data

Evolution

Ice Attribute
None
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Abura-sumashi
Level 30
Fire Attribute
Jibanyan
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Fusion

Ice Attribute
None
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Abura-sumashi
+
Fire Attribute
Jibanyan
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Fire Attribute
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Stats

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


Movelist

Type Name Power Attribute Range
Attack Tackle (Japanese: タックル Takkuru) 35 Single enemy
Knocks enemy back one tile.
Technique Frost (Japanese: 氷結の術 Hyōketsu no Jutsu) 50 Ice Single enemy
No description.
Inspirit Mysterious Ooze (Japanese: なぞの油 Nazo no Abura) Single ally
Ooze Zat smears oil all over a ally, upping their DEF.
Soultimate Move Oozing Out (Japanese: イマモオルゾーン Imamooruzōn) Self
Lathers himself all over with oil. Defense soars. [And draws attacks?]
Skill Greasy Goodness (Japanese: 伝統の油 Dentō no Abura)
All Classic Yo-kai will gradually recover HP.

Quotes

  • Befriended: "Don't you seem a bit dry...? Shall I give you some of my oil~? " 
  • Loafing: "There's not enough oil~" 
  • Being traded: "Hey~ Were you talking about me just now~? Well, now I'm here~ Surprised~? " 
  • Receiving food (favorite): "It's delicious~~"
  • Receiving food (normal): "I don't dislike it~"
  • Receiving food (disliked): "It could be better~ "
  • Freed from Crank-a-kai (YW3): "What's your favorite drink? I'm guessing...~ Sesame oil~ and vegetable oil~..."

Etymology

Origin

Ooze Zat is based on the abura-sumashi ("oil presser"), the mysterious youkai from Kumamoto. Almost all information about this youkai was lost, save for the possibility that he was originally the ghost of a monk who stole the oil to fuel lamps and escaped into the woods: at the time oil was extracted from tea seeds and very difficult to produce, making oil theft a serious crime. Sometimes elderly women of Kumamoto will tell others "You know, there used to live an abura sumashi around here...", only for the youkai to call out from the woods saying "I still do!"

Trivia

In other languages

Language Name Meaning
Flag of Japan Japanese 油すまし Abura-sumashi Named after the abura-sumashi
Flag of France French Agraisseur
Flag of Spain Spanish Sustóleo Pun on "petróleo" with "susto"
Flag of Germany German Ööölaf
Flag of Italy Italian Lukiè

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