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Ancient Statue Head

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Ancient Statue Head
Pikmin 4 treasure
Treasure Catalog icon.
Icon for the Ancient Statue Head, from Pikmin 4's Treasure Catalog.
Series Ancient Secrets Series
Value Icon that represents Sparklium on the wiki, based on the icon found in Pikmin 4. × 200
Weight 12
Maximum carriers 24
Locations Kingdom of Beasts
Dandori Challenge stages None
Dandori Battle stages None
Total amount 1

The Ancient Statue Head (Ms. ドグー?, lit.: "Ms. Dogu") is a treasure in Pikmin 4. It is the head of a Shakōkidogū statue and can be found on the sixth sublevel of the Kingdom of Beasts. The area surrounding it is a reused layout from Pikmin 2 from the last sublevel of the Bulblax Kingdom, with the treasure located in the exact same place as the Gyroid Bust.

Collecting the treasure[edit]

The following article or section contains guides.
The strategies shown are just suggestions.

See also: Emperor Bulblax#Strategy.

The Ancient Statue Head is located on the sixth sublevel of the Kingdom of Beasts and can only be accessed after defeating the two Emperor Bulblaxes in the arena. It is recommended to have Red Pikmin destroy the fire geysers around the room before carrying the treasure back. You must throw up at least 12 Pikmin up on the ledge, walk up a slope covered in fire geysers, and throw those Pikmin onto another ledge with the treasure on it. If you have not bought the Scorch Guard for either yourself or Oatchi, then you can ride on Oatchi through the water with some Red Pikmin to destroy the fire geysers on the slope leading up to the treasure.


Schnauz's notes[edit]

On Hocotate, the Ancient Statue Head is almost as popular as the Gyroid Bust. With her cool goggles and dramatic personality, this statue oozes a mysterious aura, so the competition between the two makes sense. But what's even more mysterious is this figure's missing body!

Olimar's notes[edit]

This looks a lot like a figurine my son learned about in school. I've always wondered why she wears goggles. What does she have to hide? Maybe a secret past with another ancient statue floating around out there... I look forward to discussing this theory with my son.

Louie's notes[edit]

There's no way I'd win a staring contest against her.


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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Flag of Japan Japanese Ms. ドグー?
Misu Dogū
Ms. Dogū
Flag of the Republic of China (Taiwan) Chinese
Ms. 土偶
Ms. Tǔǒu
Ms. Dogū
Flag of China Chinese
Ms. 土偶
Ms. Tǔǒu
Ms. Dogū
Flag of the Netherlands Dutch Grote ontziener Great Sparer
Flag of France French Tête de statue ancienne Ancient statue head
Flag of Germany German Antiker Statuenkopf Ancient Statue Head
Flag of Italy Italian Testa di statuetta Statue head
Flag of South Korea Korean Ms. 토우
Miseu Tou
Ms. Dogū
Flag of Brazil Portuguese Cabeça de efígie Effigy head
Flag of Spain Spanish Busto de estatua antigua Antique statue bust

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