1: No one single yokai immediately comes to mind as the strongest, huh?
3: It’s gotta be the nine-tailed kitsune.
4: Yamata no Orochi.
6: It’s Nurarihyon.
36: >>6 All he does is enter peoples’ homes and drinks tea, so why?
264: >>36 Well the fact he can do just that is amazing. Which is to say it’s probably because of the Kitaro anime.
15: Gotta be the nine-tailed kitsune or Nurarihyon.
23: Demons are just the gods of the side who lost a religious battle. Yokai have nothing to do with any of that.
42: Has to be Daidarabotchi.
94: If you had to say one way or the other, Daidara is a god, you can’t say he’s a yokai.
48: What’s the name of the big skeleton thing?
65: >>48 Gashadokuro came around after the war so it’s a recent yokai.
58: It’s Back Beard.
60: God -> Yahweh.
Angel -> Lucifer.
Demon -> Satan.
Yokai -> Uh, Kitaro! Lol
112: The foes Nube hasn’t defeated:
Yamata no Orochi
Gotta be these.
129: Satan’s a small fry.
141: Emperor Sutoku.
150: >>141 He’s one of the Big Three Onryo isn’t he?
164: Is Tamamo-no-Mae a yokai?
281: >>164 That’s a tough one. She’s depicted like a monster but her existence is more like a god.
216: I think Yamata no Orochi and the nine-tailed kitsune are the strongest.
244: A lot of yokai are actually good though huh.
253: Yamata no Orochi -> Oh, nice.
Nine-tailed kitsune -> Oh yeah, good one.
Nurarihyon -> Uh…
302: Wasn’t there a god that could end the world just by closing their eyes?
350: >>302 Vishnu.
367: On that note, who would be the strongest Buddha? Although Buddhism doesn’t really have a war-like image.
391: >>367 Fudo Myo-o?
379: I dunno if you can call him a yokai but Yamata no Orochi has charisma.
512: The Norse had the best naming sense. The Indian myths are the most chaotic. The Greeks were the most visual. There’s so much variety to enjoy, it’s great.
609: Isn’t Ryujin the strongest? I dunno if he’s a yokai though.
125: Okawa Ryuho is the strongest, game over.
440: This world is just a dream of the gods, so once they wake up it’ll all be over.