Arboreal Frippery

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Arboreal Frippery Treasure Hoard icon.
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Number 19
Series Xenoflora Series
Value Poko icon.png × 10
Weight 1
Maximum carriers 1 Pikmin
Location Shower Room
Challenge Mode levels Hidden Garden, Cave of Pain


Arboreal Frippery Treasure Hoard icon.
Pikmin2Momiji redEarly.png
Number 19
Series Xenoflora Series
Value Poko icon.png × 10
Weight 1
Maximum carriers 1 Pikmin
Location Shower Room
Challenge Mode levels Hidden Garden, Cave of Pain

The Arboreal Frippery (イチコロダオレ?) is a treasure found in Pikmin 2. It is actually a leaf from a Japanese maple tree. The treasure is found in the fourth sublevel of the Shower Room, which is a large, calm area with only harmless Unmarked Spectralids and two Queen Candypop Buds. The water is too shallow to drown Pikmin, so it can be crossed with any type of Pikmin. The treasure is in a pipe, so the Treasure Gauge can be used to find the correct pipe. Since it weighs only one unit, throwing in one Pikmin should easily transport the treasure back to the Ship's Pod in a quick, hasty manner. It is tied for the least valuable treasure.

In the Japanese version, Olimar's journal entry and the sales pitch describe this treasure as the "ultimate drug", and Olimar even states that he might even want to use it some day. Users are also warned not to overdose, as it may cause death. Its name in the Japanese version is Ichikorodaore, which means "One-hit kill". This may actually suggest it is marijuana, as it resembles the drug. The leaf is red in the European version, presumably to drive away the comparison.

Notes

Olimar's journal

The ship seems to think this leaf would be a smash hit among naturalist interior designers. I just think it looks and feels like a soft blanket. In the interest of scientific discovery, I'd better give it a test run...

Sales pitch

Perfect for those who love natural designs in their home, this leaf applique is a bargain! Use it in pieces, or cover an entire wall in leafiness!

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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
French Colifichet Arborescent Arboreal Trinket
French (NoA) Frivolité arborescente Arboreal frivolity
German Arboresker Firlefanz Arboreal Frippery
Italian Fronzolo arboreo
Spanish Fruslería arbórea Arboreal frivolity
Spanish (NoA) Fruslería arbórea Arboreal frivolity