For the Rarepons featured in the first Patapon, see Patapon 1 Rarepons.
Patapon2Rarepons.png

Rarepons are unique Patapons with different abilities and traits created by Mater, The Tree of Life through the Evolution Map. Unlike Patapon 1, a unit's Rarepon type can be changed freely in the Headquarters once that Rarepon has been unlocked. This allows for greater army customization and unit flexibility. In addition, each Rarepon type can be upgraded with additional materials and Ka-ching to improve their abilities. At level 5 and 10, a Rarepon's appearance will change. Rarepons can be improved up to level 10; maximizing their potential in that form.

Initially, each Rarepon type requires two types of materials to upgrade. At level 3 and 6, an new material is added, totaling to four different types of materials. The amounts of each material will also increase with each improvement. The type of material depends on the unit's class:

Class Material 1 (Level 1+) Material 2 (Level 1+) Material 3 (Level 3+) Material 4 (Level 6+)
Yaripon Minerals Fangs Meats Bones
Tatepon Meats Minerals Fangs Hides
Yumipon Fangs Bones Minerals Wood
Kibapon Bones Wood Hides Minerals
Dekapon Hides Meats Bones Fangs
Megapon Wood Vegetables Juices Alloys
Toripon Vegetables Alloys Wood Seeds
Robopon Alloys Hides Vegetables Juices
Mahopon Seeds Juices Alloys Vegetables

When importing save data from Patapon 1, the Rarepon type of the original unit will be available to unlock immediately without having to follow the Evolution Map. For example, having one Tikulee Yaripon in Patapon 1 will allow one Yaripon in Patapon 2 to unlock Chiku without having to unlock Pyopyo and Nyontama.

Normal[edit | edit source]

"A normal Patapon. He can get a little stronger by leveling up."

Normal is the first and most basic Rarepon. All units will start their Evolution Map at Normal before they can be upgraded to other Rarepon types. They gain slight Ignite, Freeze, and Sleep Resist as they evolve. Normal Patapons are the only Rarepons that can wear helmets, with the except of Dekapon, Megapon, and Mahopon units. These three units, however, instead gain additional HP and resistances, Sleep Ratio, or Critical Ratio, respectively.

Rarepon Level HP Damage Attack
Speed
Resist Ratio
Ignite Freeze Sleep Crit KB Cnc Ignite Freeze Sleep
NormalIcon.png
Normal
1
2 +10 +1 / +1
3 +20 +2 / +2
4 +30 +3 / +3
NormalIcon.png
Normal
5 +40 +4 / +4 +10% +10% +10%
6 +50 +5 / +5 +10% +10% +10%
7 +60 +6 / +6 +10% +10% +10%
8 +70 +7 / +7 +10% +10% +10%
9 +80 +8 / +8 +10% +10% +10%
NormalIcon.png
Normal
10 +90 +9 / +9 +20% +20% +20%
Material 1 Material 2 Material 3 Material 4
Total Level 1 x55 Level 1 x55 Level 1 x36 Level 1 x15

Pyopyo[edit | edit source]

"Resistant against cold chills but weak against fire. Leveling up will increase his speed."

Pyopyo are rabbit-like Rarepons and are the fastest Rarepons in terms of movement speed. They are slightly vulnerable to Fire but are naturally resistant against Ice and Freezing, eventually becoming completely immune to Freeze. As they evolve, they gain slight Critical, Knockback, and Stagger rates. Pyopyos are easy to upgrade and work well against icy weapons and freezing weather.

Pyopyo evolve from Normal Rarepons. Having a Pyopyo Yaripon will also unlock Kibapon's Memory

Rarepon Level HP Damage Attack
Speed
Resist Ratio
Ignite Freeze Sleep Crit KB Cnc Ignite Freeze Sleep
PyopyoIcon.png
Pyopyo
1 +10 +1 / +1 +20%
2 +20 +2 / +2 +20%
3 +30 +3 / +3 +20%
4 +40 +4 / +4 +20%
PyokoraIcon.png
Pyokora
5 +50 +5 / +5 +20% +10% +10% +10%
6 +60 +6 / +6 +20% +10% +10% +10%
7 +70 +7 / +7 +20% +10% +10% +10%
8 +80 +8 / +8 +20% +10% +10% +10%
9 +90 +9 / +9 +20% +10% +10% +10%
PyokoranIcon.png
Pyokoran
10 +100 +10 / +10 +20% +20% +20%
Material 1 Material 2 Material 3 Material 4
Total Level 2 x30 Level 1 x55 Level 1 x36 Level 1 x15

Nyontama[edit | edit source]

"Resistant against some fire and electrical attacks. He'll gain speed as he levels up; however his stagger won't improve."

Nyontama are frog-like Rarepons that are naturally resistant against Fire, Ignite, and Electricity, eventually becoming completely immune to Ignite. They have good damage growth and can deliver strong critical hits, making them excellent fighters. Their resistance to fire, inexpensive costs, and reliable damage make them very useful for beginners.

Nyontama evolve from Pyopyo Rarepons.

Rarepon Level HP Damage Attack
Speed
Resist Ratio
Ignite Freeze Sleep Crit KB Cnc Ignite Freeze Sleep
NyontamaIcon.png
Nyontama
1 +10 +2 / +2 +20% +20%
2 +20 +4 / +4 +20% +30%
3 +30 +6 / +6 +20% +40%
4 +40 +8 / +8 +20% +50%
GekorothIcon.png
Gekoroth
5 +50 +10 / +10 +40% +80%
6 +60 +12 / +12 +40% +100%
7 +70 +14 / +14 +40% +120%
8 +80 +16 / +16 +40% +140%
9 +90 +18 / +18 +40% +160%
GekoronpaIcon.png
Gekoronpa
10 +100 +20 / +20 +200%
Material 1 Material 2 Material 3 Material 4
Total Level 2 x30 Level 2 x30 Level 1 x36 Level 1 x15

Mofu[edit | edit source]

"Improved resistance against knockback, stagger and cold chills; however, he's highly flammable. HP increases as he levels up."

Mofu are sheep-like Rarepons that have the second highest HP bonus of all the Rarepons. In addition, they are highly resistant some elemental attacks and status effects, but are highly vulnerable to Fire and Ignite. They attack slower than the average Patapon, and their attack growth is subpar; offering no additional status rates. Mofus eventually become completely immune to Criticals, Knockback, and Stagger.

Mofu evolve from Wanda and Menyokki Rarepons.

Rarepon Level HP Damage Attack
Speed
Resist Ratio
Ignite Freeze Sleep Crit KB Cnc Ignite Freeze Sleep
MofoIcon.png
Mofo
1 +40 +0 / +1 +0.40 -40% +60%
2 +80 +0 / +2 +0.40 -40% +60%
3 +120 +0 / +3 +0.40 -40% +60%
4 +160 +0 / +4 +0.40 -40% +60%
MoforuIcon.png
Moforu
5 +200 +0 / +5 +0.40 -40% +60%
6 +240 +0 / +6 +0.40 -40% +60%
7 +280 +0 / +7 +0.40 -40% +60%
8 +320 +0 / +8 +0.40 -40% +60%
9 +360 +0 / +9 +0.40 -40% +60%
MoforumoIcon.png
Moforumo
10 +400 +0 / +10 +0.40 -40% +60%
Material 1 Material 2 Material 3 Material 4
Total Level 3 x22 Level 2 x30 Level 2 x20 Level 1 x15

Chiku[edit | edit source]

"Improves critical hits but low defense skills and freezes easily. His speed only starts to be effective after leveling up."

Chiku are hedgehog-like Rarepons that have the fastest attack speed of all the Rarepons, allowing them to rain a barrage of attacks. They also have a slight boost in Critical Rate to further improve their damage. Chiku are slightly vulnerable to elemental attacks and Freezing.

Chiku evolve from Nyontama Rarepons.

Rarepon Level HP Damage Attack
Speed
Resist Ratio
Ignite Freeze Sleep Crit KB Cnc Ignite Freeze Sleep
ChikuIcon.png
Chiku
1 +10 +1 / +1 -0.20 -20% +20%
2 +20 +2 / +2 -0.30 -20% +20%
3 +30 +3 / +3 -0.40 -20% +20%
4 +40 +4 / +4 -0.50 -20% +20%
ChikkuriIcon.png
Chikkuri
5 +50 +5 / +5 -0.80 -20% +20%
6 +60 +6 / +6 -0.90 -20% +20%
7 +70 +7 / +7 -1.00 -20% +20%
8 +80 +8 / +8 -1.10 -20% +20%
9 +90 +9 / +9 -1.20 -20% +20%
ChikurinchiIcon.png
Chikurinchi
10 +100 +10 / +10 -1.80 -20% +20%
Material 1 Material 2 Material 3 Material 4
Total Level 3 x22 Level 2 x30 Level 2 x20 Level 2 x9

Mogyu[edit | edit source]

"One of the best Patapon fighters; however, he'll need to level up before he unlocks his killer instincts."

One of the three final Rarepons, Mogyu are bull-like Rarepons and are the most powerful in terms of raw strength. They offer excellent HP bonuses, exceptional damage, and a high Stagger Rate. However, Mogyu are also one of the slowest Rarepons, both in movement and attack speed, and are expensive to upgrade. They work well as long-distance units like Yumipons as their distance gives them more time to evade incoming attacks.

Mogyu evolve from Mofu and Kanokko Rarepons.

Rarepon Level HP Damage Attack
Speed
Resist Ratio
Ignite Freeze Sleep Crit KB Cnc Ignite Freeze Sleep
MogyuIcon.png
Mogyu
1 +35 +0 / +20 +0.80 +5%
2 +70 +0 / +40 +0.80 +10%
3 +105 +0 / +60 +0.80 +15%
4 +140 +0 / +80 +0.80 +20%
MogyuunIcon.png
Mogyuun
5 +175 +0 / +150 +0.80 +30%
6 +210 +0 / +180 +0.80 +40%
7 +245 +0 / +210 +0.80 +50%
8 +280 +0 / +240 +0.80 +60%
9 +315 +0 / +270 +0.80 +70%
MogyugyuIcon.png
Mogyugyu
10 +350 +0 / +400 +0.80 +100%
Material 1 Material 2 Material 3 Material 4
Total Level 4 x18 Level 5 x15 Level 3 x15 Level 4 x6

Sabara[edit | edit source]

"A lethal Patapon, unlock his mighty fighting skills by leveling up. 20% resistance against sleep and 1.2x attack speed."

One of the three final Rarepons, Sabara are bird-like Rarepons and boast the highest Critical Rate of any Rarepon. They have good damage growth and are naturally resistant against Sleep, eventually becoming completely immune to it entirely. Although their description states that they have 20% faster attack speed, Sabara do not have this bonus but do move faster than normal. Their high Critical Rate allows them to deal fatal blows with equipment that have high damage but low critical. Compared to Mogyu, Sabara put their focus on speed and are slightly easier to upgrade.

Sabara evolve from Chiku and Koppen Rarepons. Having a Sabara Yaripon will also unlock Toripon's Memory.

Rarepon Level HP Damage Attack
Speed
Resist Ratio
Ignite Freeze Sleep Crit KB Cnc Ignite Freeze Sleep
SabaraIcon.png
Sabara
1 +10 +3 / +3 +20% +20%
2 +20 +6 / +6 +20% +40%
3 +30 +9 / +9 +20% +60%
4 +40 +12 / +12 +20% +80%
BaasaraIcon.png
Baasara
5 +50 +15 / +15 +50% +150%
6 +60 +18 / +18 +50% +180%
7 +70 +21 / +21 +50% +210%
8 +80 +24 / +24 +50% +240%
9 +90 +27 / +27 +50% +270%
BabassaIcon.png
Babassa
10 +100 +30 / +30 +400%
Material 1 Material 2 Material 3 Material 4
Total Level 5 x15 Level 4 x18 Level 3 x15 Level 3 x7

Buhyokko[edit | edit source]

"These XL-sized Patapons are great against knockback but their size slows their attack speed. Gradually improve stagger skills by leveling up."

Buhyokko are pig-like Rarepons that are naturally resistant against knockback, eventually becoming completely immune to it. They have good HP bonuses, damage growth, and Stagger Rate, but move and attack slightly slower than the average Patapon. Their low upgrade costs make them a good choice for building up a more durable army.

Buhyokko evolve from Normal Rarepons.

Rarepon Level HP Damage Attack
Speed
Resist Ratio
Ignite Freeze Sleep Crit KB Cnc Ignite Freeze Sleep
BuhyokkoIcon.png
Buhyokko
1 +20 +3 / +3 +0.20 +5%
2 +40 +6 / +6 +0.20 +10%
3 +60 +9 / +9 +0.20 +15%
4 +80 +12 / +12 +0.20 +20%
BuhyonkuIcon.png
Buhyonku
5 +100 +15 / +15 +0.20 +30%
6 +120 +18 / +18 +0.20 +40%
7 +140 +21 / +21 +0.20 +50%
8 +160 +24 / +24 +0.20 +60%
9 +180 +27 / +27 +0.20 +70%
BuuhyonkuIcon.png
Buuhyonku
10 +200 +30 / +30 +0.20 +100%
Material 1 Material 2 Material 3 Material 4
Total Level 1 x55 Level 2 x30 Level 1 x36 Level 1 x15

Fumya[edit | edit source]

"Rarepons whose critical rate rises gradually as they level up. At Lv. 5 their attacks become very fast. They're weak against ice damage."

Fumya are cat-like Rarepons that have good Critical Rate growth and faster attack speed. As they evolve, their Critical Rate will improve and their attack speed will become even faster, though not as fast as Chiku Rarepons. However, Fumya are slightly vulnerable to Ice.

Fumya evolve from Pyopyo Rarepons.

Rarepon Level HP Damage Attack
Speed
Resist Ratio
Ignite Freeze Sleep Crit KB Cnc Ignite Freeze Sleep
FumyaIcon.png
Fumya
1 +10 +1 / +1 -0.20 +10%
2 +20 +2 / +2 -0.20 +20%
3 +30 +3 / +3 -0.20 +30%
4 +40 +4 / +4 -0.20 +40%
FumyaaruIcon.png
Fumyaaru
5 +50 +5 / +5 -0.60 +60%
6 +60 +6 / +6 -0.60 +70%
7 +70 +7 / +7 -0.60 +80%
8 +80 +8 / +8 -0.60 +90%
9 +90 +9 / +9 -0.60 +100%
FunmyagaIcon.png
Funmyaga
10 +100 +10 / +10 -1.00 +130%
Material 1 Material 2 Material 3 Material 4
Total Level 3 x22 Level 1 x55 Level 1 x36 Level 1 x15

Wanda[edit | edit source]

"A Rarepon whose attack power increases gradually as he level up. His stagger rate is 20%, but he's easy to put to sleep."

Wanda are dog-like Rarepons that have excellent damage growth and a slight boost in Stagger Rate. They can provide reliable damage, but aren't particularly resistant to anything and are vulnerable to sleep. Wandas are relatively easy to upgrade, making them dependable Rarepons in any situation.

Wanda evolve from Buhyokko Rarepons. Having a Wanda Tatepon will also unlock Dekapon's Memory.

Rarepon Level HP Damage Attack
Speed
Resist Ratio
Ignite Freeze Sleep Crit KB Cnc Ignite Freeze Sleep
WandaIcon.png
Wanda
1 +10 +5 / +5 -40% +20%
2 +20 +10 / +10 -40% +20%
3 +30 +15 / +15 -40% +20%
4 +40 +20 / +20 -40% +20%
WandabaIcon.png
Wandaba
5 +50 +30 / +30 -40% +30%
6 +60 +40 / +40 -40% +30%
7 +70 +50 / +50 -40% +30%
8 +80 +60 / +60 -40% +30%
9 +90 +70 / +70 -40% +30%
WandabataIcon.png
Wandabata
10 +100 +100 / +100 -40% +50%
Material 1 Material 2 Material 3 Material 4
Total Level 1 x55 Level 3 x22 Level 1 x36 Level 1 x15

Menyokki[edit | edit source]

"This Rarepon is like a seed in the ground. He has excellent stagger, knockback, and HP, but must be level up to be put to use. Naturally he's weak against fire."

Menyokki are plant-like Rarepons who have the highest HP bonus and Stagger Rate out of all the Rarepons. However, they are exceedingly vulnerable to Fire and Ignite. Their high Stagger Rate makes them invaluable when fighting bosses for materials.

Menyokki evolve from Pyopyo and Buhyokko Rarepons. Having a Menyokki Yumipon will also unlock Megapon's Memory.

Rarepon Level HP Damage Attack
Speed
Resist Ratio
Ignite Freeze Sleep Crit KB Cnc Ignite Freeze Sleep
MenyokiIcon.png
Menyoki
1 +20 +1 / +1 -20% +10%
2 +40 +2 / +2 -20% +20%
3 +60 +3 / +3 -20% +30%
4 +80 +4 / +4 -20% +40%
KisukIcon.png
Kisuk
5 +150 +5 / +5 -40% +60%
6 +200 +6 / +6 -40% +80%
7 +250 +7 / +7 -40% +100%
8 +300 +8 / +8 -40% +120%
9 +350 +9 / +9 -40% +140%
MoriussooIcon.png
Moriussoo
10 +500 +10 / +10 -80% +200%
Material 1 Material 2 Material 3 Material 4
Total Level 2 x30 Level 2 x30 Level 2 x20 Level 2 x9

Chigyobi[edit | edit source]

"This Rarepon's attack abilities like critical, stagger, and damage, will increase as he levels up. His critical resistance is 30%; takes elemental damage."

Chigyobi are fish-like Rarepons with well-rounded offensive capabilities, featuring good damage growth, improved attack speed, and increased Critical and Stagger rates. They are naturally resistant against Critical damage, eventually becoming completely immune to it entirely. However, they have standard HP bonuses and are vulnerable to elemental attacks.

Chigyobi evolve from Wanda Rarepons.

Rarepon Level HP Damage Attack
Speed
Resist Ratio
Ignite Freeze Sleep Crit KB Cnc Ignite Freeze Sleep
ChigyobiIcon.png
Chigyobi
1 +10 +5 / +5 -0.20 +10% +5%
2 +20 +10 / +10 -0.20 +20% +10%
3 +30 +15 / +15 -0.20 +30% +15%
4 +40 +20 / +20 -0.20 +40% +20%
GyopicchiIcon.png
Gyopicchi
5 +50 +25 / +25 -0.40 +50% +25%
6 +60 +30 / +30 -0.40 +60% +30%
7 +70 +35 / +35 -0.40 +70% +35%
8 +80 +40 / +40 -0.40 +80% +40%
9 +90 +45 / +45 -0.40 +90% +45%
GyogyoppaIcon.png
Gyogyoppa
10 +100 +50 / +50 -0.60 +100% +50%
Material 1 Material 2 Material 3 Material 4
Total Level 2 x30 Level 3 x22 Level 2 x20 Level 2 x9

Uhoho[edit | edit source]

"This Rarepon specializes in status effects like stagger, fire, sleep, and freeze. His abilities increase as he levels up, but he doesn't deal much damage."

Uhoho are monkey-like Rarepons that can inflict a variety of status effects, including Stagger, Ignite, Freeze, and Sleep. As they evolve, they gain increased attack speed to hasten their status effect applications. Unfortunately, Uhoho do not have any damage growth, making them unreliable for actual damage.

Uhoho evolve from Fumya Rarepons

Rarepon Level HP Damage Attack
Speed
Resist Ratio
Ignite Freeze Sleep Crit KB Cnc Ignite Freeze Sleep
UhohoIcon.png
Uhoho
1 +10 +5% +5% +5% +5%
2 +20 +10% +10% +10% +10%
3 +30 +15% +15% +15% +15%
4 +40 +20% +20% +20% +20%
UuhohoIcon.png
Uuhoho
5 +50 -0.40 +25% +25% +25% +25%
6 +60 -0.40 +30% +30% +30% +30%
7 +70 -0.40 +35% +35% +35% +35%
8 +80 -0.40 +40% +40% +40% +40%
9 +90 -0.40 +45% +45% +45% +45%
UhokkyaIcon.png
Uhokkya
10 +100 -1.00 +50% +50% +50% +50%
Material 1 Material 2 Material 3 Material 4
Total Level 2 x30 Level 2 x30 Level 3 x15 Level 3 x7

Mashu[edit | edit source]

"These Rarepons cause knock back and sleep effects. Their ability to take out enemies will increase as they level up. Weak against fire strong against sleep attacks."

Mashu are mushroom-like Rarepons that have the highest Knockback and Sleep Rates of all the Rarepons. They are naturally resistant against Sleep, eventually becoming completely immune, but are vulnerable to Fire. Their excellent status rate help provide crowd control and work well with Menyoki to maximize materials from bosses, but are fairly expensive to upgrade.

Mashu evolve from Menyokki and Uhoho Rarepons.

Rarepon Level HP Damage Attack
Speed
Resist Ratio
Ignite Freeze Sleep Crit KB Cnc Ignite Freeze Sleep
MashuIcon.png
Mashu
1 +10 +1 / +1 +10% +20% +20%
2 +20 +2 / +2 +20% +40% +40%
3 +30 +3 / +3 +30% +60% +60%
4 +40 +4 / +4 +40% +80% +80%
MashuroIcon.png
Mashuro
5 +50 +5 / +5 +50% +120% +120%
6 +60 +6 / +6 +60% +140% +140%
7 +70 +7 / +7 +70% +160% +160%
8 +80 +8 / +8 +80% +180% +180%
9 +90 +9 / +9 +90% +200% +200%
MashuriroIcon.png
Mashuriro
10 +100 +10 / +10 +300% +300%
Material 1 Material 2 Material 3 Material 4
Total Level 4 x18 Level 4 x18 Level 3 x15 Level 3 x7

Koppen[edit | edit source]

"These Rarepons' freezing rate and freeze resistance grow gradually as they level up. They take reduced damage from ice, but they're weak against fire and electricity."

Koppen are penguin-like Rarepons that have the highest Freeze Rate of all the Rarepons. They are naturally resistant to Ice and Freeze, eventually becoming completely immune to Freeze. However, they remain vulnerable to Fire and Electricity, do not offer any other status rates, and are relatively expensive to improve.

Koppen evolve from Uhoho Rarepons. Having a Koppen Yumipon will also unlock Mahopon's Memory.

Rarepon Level HP Damage Attack
Speed
Resist Ratio
Ignite Freeze Sleep Crit KB Cnc Ignite Freeze Sleep
KoppenIcon.png
Koppen
1 +10 +1 / +1 +10% +40%
2 +20 +2 / +2 +20% +50%
3 +30 +3 / +2 +30% +60%
4 +40 +4 / +4 +40% +70%
SuppenIcon.png
Suppen
5 +50 +5 / +5 +50% +100%
6 +60 +6 / +6 +60% +120%
7 +70 +7 / +7 +70% +140%
8 +80 +8 / +8 +80% +160%
9 +90 +9 / +9 +90% +180%
SupenguIcon.png
Supengu
10 +100 +10 / +10 +250%
Material 1 Material 2 Material 3 Material 4
Total Level 4 x18 Level 3 x22 Level 3 x15 Level 3 x7

Kanokko[edit | edit source]

"These Rarepons are made for a full-out fight, with the ability to cause and resist critical, knockback, and stagger. Their abilities improve gradually as they level up."

Kanokko are deer-like Rarepons with all-round capabilities, similar to Chigyobi. They have good HP, damage, Critical, Knockback, and Stagger Rate growth, and can resist Critical, Knockback, and Stagger just as well. They eventually become completely immune to Critical, Knockback, and Stagger altogether, making them very sturdy Rarepons. Although costly to develop, Kanokko are excellent jack-of-all-trades that can suit most situations.

Kanokko evolve from Chigyobi Rarepons. Having a Kanokko Tatepon will also unlock Robopon's Memory.

Rarepon Level HP Damage Attack
Speed
Resist Ratio
Ignite Freeze Sleep Crit KB Cnc Ignite Freeze Sleep
KanokkoIcon.png
Kanokko
1 +20 +6 / +6 +5% +5% +5%
2 +40 +12 / +12 +10% +10% +10%
3 +60 +18 / +18 +15% +15% +15%
4 +80 +24 / +24 +20% +20% +20%
KanokyonIcon.png
Kanokyon
5 +100 +30 / +30 +25% +25% +25%
6 +120 +36 / +36 +30% +30% +30%
7 +140 +42 / +42 +35% +35% +35%
8 +160 +48 / +48 +40% +40% +40%
9 +180 +54 / +54 +45% +45% +45%
KanodiaIcon.png
Kanodia
10 +200 +60 / +60 +50% +50% +50%
Material 1 Material 2 Material 3 Material 4
Total Level 3 x22 Level 4 x18 Level 3 x15 Level 3 x7

Gyaba[edit | edit source]

"The first form of the Ultimate Rarepon. They take half damage from everything except fire, ice, and electricity. Their handling of fire elements improves as they level up."

One of the three final Rarepons, Gyaba are dragon-like Rarepons with exceptional HP and damage growth. In addition to having the highest Ignite rate of any Rarepon, they also take half damage from all sources except elemental attacks. As they develop, they eventually become completely immune to Fire and Ignite, leaving only two mild weaknesses. Gyaba are incredibly expensive to upgrade, but are well worth the investment for their impressive durability and strength.

Gyaba evolve from Mofu, Mashu, and Koppen Rarepons.

Rarepon Level HP Damage Attack
Speed
Resist Ratio
Ignite Freeze Sleep Crit KB Cnc Ignite Freeze Sleep
GyabaIcon.png
Gyaba
1 +30 +5 / +10 +20% +20%
2 +60 +10 / +20 +40% +40%
3 +90 +15 / +30 +60% +60%
4 +120 +20 / +40 +80% +80%
GyabaanIcon.png
Gyabaan
5 +150 +30 / +60 +100% +120%
6 +180 +40 / +80 +120% +140%
7 +210 +50 / +100 +140% +160%
8 +240 +60 / +120 +160% +180%
9 +270 +70 / +140 +180% +200%
WagyanbaIcon.png
Wagyanba
10 +300 +80 / +160 +300%
Material 1 Material 2 Material 3 Material 4
Total Level 5 x15 Level 5 x15 Level 4 x12 Level 4 x6

Rarepon Comparison[edit | edit source]

Comparison of every Rarepon type at level 10.

Rarepon HP Damage Attack
Speed
Resist Ratio
Ignite Freeze Sleep Crit KB Cnc Ignite Freeze Sleep
Normal +90 +9 / +9 +20% +20% +20%
Pyokoran +100 +10 / +10 +20% +20% +20%
Gekoronpa +100 +20 / +20 +200%
Moforumo +400 +0 / +10 +0.40 -40% +60%
Chikurinchi +100 +10 / +10 -1.80 -20% +20%
Mogyugyu +350 +0 / +400 +0.80 +100%
Babassa +100 +30 / +30 +400%
Buuhyonku +200 +30 / +30 +0.20 +100%
Funmyaga +100 +10 / +10 -1.00 +130%
Wandabata +100 +100 / +100 -40% +50%
Moriussoo +500 +10 / +10 -80% +200%
Gyogyoppa +100 +50 / +50 -0.60 +100% +50%
Uhokkya +100 -1.00 +50% +50% +50% +50%
Mashuriro +100 +10 / +10 +300% +300%
Supengu +100 +10 / +10 +250%
Kanodia +200 +60 / +60 +50% +50% +50%
Wagyanba +300 +80 / +160 +300%

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • In Patapon 1, the Rarepons share the same appearance as their level 5 forms in Patapon 2.
  • In Patapon 3, each Rarepon is assigned to one specific class instead of being changeable at any time.
Rarepons
Patapon 1
NormalIcon.png
Normal
PyokoraIcon.png
Pyokola
GekorothIcon.png
Gekolos
MoforuIcon.png
Mofeel
ChikkuriIcon.png
Tikulee
MogyuunIcon.png
Mogyoon
BaasaraIcon.png
Barsala
Patapon 2
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Buhyokko
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