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Mysterious icon.png D'wanna Rank E icon.png
つづかな僧 Tsuzukanasō
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Tsuzukanasou YW7-004.png Power Speed
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Japanese VA

D'wanna (つづかな僧, Tsuzukanaso) is a Fushigi-class, Restoration-attribute Yokai ranked E.

Bio[edit | edit source]

D'wanna's chants will weaken your resolve! This can make you give up on...y'know, stuff and whatever.

Appearance[edit | edit source]

D'wanna is a small Yo-kai that resembles a cross between a monk and a wooden fish. His head looks bigger than his body. It is shaped a lot like a wooden fish, a solid tan color with wavy lips. His mouth is always open. His body seems to be nothing but a black robe with a green cloth on his right side that is connected by a gold ring. He carries a drumstick in one hand. He rides on a flying pillow colored blue-green with yellow triangles on top.

Personality[edit | edit source]

Relationships[edit | edit source]

Powers and Abilities[edit | edit source]

D'wanna has the ability to make anyone decide to abruptly stop what they were doing, as if out of boredom. He does this by reciting a chant while hitting his head with his drumstick like a cowbell. Then, he releases a mist from his mouth that makes the person stop.

Mysterious icon.png D'wanna's Moveset

Location[edit | edit source]

In Yo-kai Watch, D'wanna can be found in Blossom Heights in the Old Mansion.

History[edit | edit source]

D'wanna makes his anime debut in episode 21, in which he repeatly makes Fumi abruptly stop in her duties she previously accepted. Realizing this could make her unliked by her classmates, Keita resolves to stop him. After summoning Jibanyan to try to stop him to no avail, Keita decides to summon Babblong and orders him to incite Fumi to tell one of her long winded stories. D'wanna has Fumi abruptly stopping this, but he and Babblong quickly enter into a possession brawl with Fumi as the subject, repeteadly possessing her until Fumi, in the verge of giving up her talking -and aparently giving D'wanna the upper hand-, resumes her story-telling. D'wanna eventually exhausts himself and surrenders his Yo-Kai Medal.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

In Other Languages[edit | edit source]

  • Japanese: つづかな僧 Tsuzukanasō
  • Korean: 안하겠승 Anhagetseung