Styx Mk. VI is the 3rd boss from the Infinite Inferno, needing to be defeated to gain access to the 4th floor.
- Yo-kai Watch: Boss Yo-kai
He looks like SV Snaggerjag but has a darker body, a blue vest, white hair, a red sail and red eyes, and a golden rope.
Styx Mk. VI appears in the third floor of Inifinite Inferno, having to be defeated in order to gain access to the fourth floor.
When confronted, the background changes to the Catfish pond where SV Snaggerjag is battled. Whisper comments on the similarities, going down to the situation with Bear which triggered said encounter.
Similarly to the previous game, Styx Mk. VI appears in the third floor of Inifinite Inferno, having to be defeated in order to gain access to the fourth floor.
As with the previous game, when confronted, the background changes to the Catfish pond where SV Snaggerjag is battled. Whisper tries to come with some analysis, but he only gets to state Styx Mk. VI is sitting comfortably in his boat.
Being a recolor of SV Snaggerjag, Styx Mk. VI has a similar attack scheme. He can swing his hook to one Yo-kai in order to damage him. However, his most used move, Takin' It OuT, has him to fish out some Koi fish Yo-kai in order to assist him in battle. Up to two fish can stand at his sides in battle, though this time, all of them are black with different colored facial features, which determines their behavior in combat:
- Gemble, taking place of Meditatum can restore him some health.
- Zeybrow, emulating Shuter, will launch water attacks on one Yo-kai.
- Scarp, imitating Grumpus, does physical attacks.
If two fish are along with him at the same time, he will charge and launch a Soultimate, Ferryman Shanty, which damages all three of the front row Yo-kai, so the player should avoid keeping both fish in battle for long.
Being a stronger version of SV Snaggerjag, the Yo-kai on player's team need to be on a higher level in order to take on him.
- Like Sir Berus, his Japanese name references the Sanzu River of Japanese Buddhism, which is similar in nature to the River Styx of Greco-Roman mythology.
"Dai-hachi Sanzumaru" roughly translates as "SS Sanzu no.8".
- In Yo-kai Watch Blasters, he has voice clips that are lyrical references to songs from the 1980's band "Styx". (i.e. "Come Sail Away" and "Too Much Time on my Hands")
In other languages
|Japanese||第八三途丸 Dai-hachi Sanzumaru|
|Korean||8대 망령 낚신 8dae manglyeong nakksin|