|UMA Book Description||Cute and annoying: likes to throw pots.|
The basic Onii has two sharp teeth and a single horn atop their head, and has several different variations. Some basic Onii hold chests on high ledges, and can only be defeated by Animal Hunters. They are not hostile, and will briefly run away when provoked. Others throw rocks from above, or occasionally Molotov cocktails.
The Onii (オニー, Onī) are a demonic species of black humanoid creatures that originate from the Onii Kingdom. They are considered the primary enemies of Little King's Story, as most UMA are a form of Onii. Although adorable in appearance and playful in nature, they are hostile when provoked.
According to the English version of Little King's Story, Onii can be pluralised as both Onii and Oniis.
See also: Category:Onii
Unlike most UMA, the standard Onii can use several different fighting styles without being considered a separate UMA.
|Headbutt||Melee||Hits above and in front|
Pot Thrower Edit
|Throws Pot/Rock/Cake||Projectile||Can be broken by Animal Hunters|
|Throws exploding bottle||Projectile||Fire briefly stays in place where bottle lands|
- Meadow over the Bridge
- Onii Grounds
- Onii Kingdom
- Onii King fight
- Dark Valley (emerge from hole)
- Near Boney Tunnel
- Jolly Kingdom
- King Duvroc fight
- Ripe Kingdom
- King Shishkebaboo fight (holding sign)
- Skull Plains
- King Omelet fight (quiz answer)
- New Island (emerge from hole)
- Jumbo Champloon fight
- Near New Island (emerge from hole)
- Chipped Horn
- Trash Can
- Candy Drop
The Oni are a type of demon hailing from Japanese folklore. "Onii-" can be used as a prefix to denote a sibling in Japanese grammar, although this appears to be unrelated.
Names in other languages Edit
The Japanese name is pronounced "onn-ee".
Notably, the French version uses the masculine form of "demon" for all Onii, including the Onii Bride.
The Spanish version incorrectly refers to its "Demonios" as "Onii" on several occasions.
- Onii sometimes have conversations, featuring speech bubbles with pictures of Oniis, crowns, hammers, and symbols showing anger.
- Various adits can be seen in the walls of the Dark Valley and other Onii-controlled areas. This may suggest that Onii build and live in Montezuma's Castle-like structures in the sides of cliffs.
- According to Pancho, the Onii are responsible for the UMA by feeding animals Janga Pickles made by the Onii to cause the animals to become aggressive. This is seen first-hand by the Pickle Pot Onii's ability.
- An Onii doll was available for people who pre-ordered Little King's Story.