Preditcabull is a light tan anthropomorphic ox Yo-kai with dark brown hair tied into a short ponytail styled as a cow's tail and round eyebrows. He wears a white kimono with pattern shades of dark teal, teal, and coral sea, held tight by a dull orange obi.
In Japanese, Predictabull ends all sentences with "moo" (モー).
Predictabull is automatically befriended through the main story. He can also be found in Harrisville and on Mt. Middleton in the past. He can also be freed using a Green Coin on the Crank-a-kai in the past.
"Predictabull" is a portmanteau of predictable and bull.
"Métaurologue" is a portmanteau of "météorologue" (meterologist) and "taureau" (bull).
"Kuhrigella" is a portmanteau of "Uri Geller" and "Kuh" (cow).
"Torivinador" combines "Toro" (Bull) and "Adivinador" (Diviner).
Predictabull is based on the Kudan (件; also its Japanese name), appearing as a cow with a human face. The name is written with the kanji for "matter", created by combining "human" and "cow". Though they don't live long, they are able to predict great misfortunes, and because of that, their image was popular through history as a good luck charm against disasters and sickness. They are pure-hearted creatures that never tell a lie, to the point that during the Edo period the phrase "as if a kudan said it" (件の如し kudan no gotoshi) was the rough equivalent of "straight from the horse's mouth"; although since the first use of the phrase far predates any depictions of the creature it was very likely an ad-hoc wordplay.
Its random names are: Teller, Fortune, Chang, and Trevor.