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The three Onions in the Awakening Wood in Pikmin 2.

The Onions are the nests of the Pikmin. Olimar named them so because of their resemblance to a vegetable native to his home planet. These bulbous plant-hives have brightly colored bodies with a black and white band across the midsection. Three stilt-like legs suspend the Onions out of the reach of hungry predators, and provide access to the inside for Pikmin.

During the daytime, Pikmin hunt and bring food, such as pellets or slain beasts, to the Onion, which in turn produces new Pikmin seeds. If there are fewer than 100 Pikmin on the field, the seeds are ejected and take root in the ground; if not, they are stored inside the Onion. When night falls and all the Pikmin have returned, the Onion folds its legs and lifts off from the ground, where it hovers until daybreak.

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No matter what color Pikmin is tossed into the bosom of this flower, it spits out the same number of red Pikmin seeds. The Pikmin, the candypop flowers, and the Pikmin Onions are not easily explained by current theories of the xenobotanical sciences, and thus have not yet been appropriately studied and classified.

Captain Olimar on the Crimson Candypop Bud, entry from Olimar's Notes

In the compressed-air cylinder of this flamethrower, liquid gas is lit, producing the fire that gives the weapon its name. It is very dangerous, and good kids know not to play with it. In case you wonder, it cannot be used as a substitute for a spaceship's rockets and should never be used to cook sausages. Never.

The Ship pitching the Flare Cannon, Sales Pitches

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