Another Part Found
Another Part Found is the ninth day of Olimar's Comeback. It takes place in the Formidable Oak, with the objective of carrying a ship part to the SPERO. Like in the main game, all enemies are Plasm Wraith illusions, so you cannot make new Pikmin.
After multiple warnings from The President, Olimar tracks the Chronos Reactor inside of the Formidable Oak. Despite it being "hideously filthy", the part is still intact. Although, much like in First Part Found, they have yet to clear the path back to the SPERO to transport it. Despite the enemies still being illusions (like in Story Mode), the Plasm Wraith is nowhere to be seen.
After this mission, Olimar detects the location of the final ships parts. However, he draws concern from being unable to pinpoint their location, implying local wildlife may have gotten to it first. This directly leads to the the final day of their exploration.
The day revolves around bringing a part to the SPERO, which is located near the entrance of the Formidable Oak cave system.
“I won’t lie to you—this will be difficult, and you’ll have to take down more tough creatures than you’re probably hoping for. Here at Hocotate Freight, we believe in doing more with less, so get it done without making any more Pikmin, hmm?”
“Mission Log, Day 9: I followed the signals into a cave, where I found the Chronos Reactor! It’s hideously filthy but fortunately intact. This is just the thing I need to return to Hocotate piloting the company ship! It’s an open question how it came to be so far below the ground, but I can’t worry about that now. My priority has to be getting it back safely to the surface.”
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“You need to hurry!”
In some situations during gameplay, Olimar or Louie will leave a comment.
“We’ve picked up another part, and better yet, the radar has picked up a few more. The last few parts are clustered in one of the surrounding regions, but we’re having trouble pinpointing their locations. My guess is that the local wildlife swallowed the parts out of curiosity, which explains why we’ve seen no sign of them. Getting them back will be tough, but that’s the job!”
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