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Aspiration-Ritual Pole

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Aspiration-Ritual Pole
Pikmin 4 treasure
Treasure Catalog icon.
Treasure Catalog icon for the Aspiration-Ritual Pole.
Series Toys of Giants Series
Value Icon that represents Sparklium on the wiki, based on the icon found in Pikmin 4. × 150
Weight 10
Maximum carriers 20
Locations Hectic Hollows
Dandori Challenge stages None
Dandori Battle stages None
Total amount 1

The Aspiration-Ritual Pole (ドリーム・キャッチャー?, lit.: "Dream Catcher") is a treasure in Pikmin 4. It is actually a kendama without the ball. On its base is a golden sticker reading "丸福?.

Collecting the treasure[edit]

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It is hanging from a cobweb near the center of sublevel 2 of the Hectic Hollows. To get Pikmin onto it, you need to jump on top of the green can next to it, but since it has a large blob of hydro jelly on top of it, you will first need to freeze and burst it. Afterwards, throw 10 Pikmin at it while standing atop the can. Before all this, you should kill the nearby Tusked Blowhog to make sure there are no casualties.


Schnauz's notes[edit]

This ritual pole was used during an ancient festival held at the start of each new year. If the ball landed on the sharp end, the people's wishes would come true and they would dance in celebration. Though it's commonly believed the people danced either way.

Olimar's notes[edit]

I'm so bemused by the idea of catching a dream, but it's difficult to achieve in practice. I still haven't been able to catch the ball with the spike upright. Perhaps I need to try an easier angle... But would that diminish the challenge and thus the quality of the dream?

Louie's notes[edit]

You may be able to poke something with the spiky part.


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  • The label, "MARUFUKU", is a reference to Marufuku Co., Ltd., a company established in 1947 to distribute Nintendo's playing cards.

Names in other languages[edit]

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Language Name Meaning
Flag of Japan Japanese ドリーム・キャッチャー?
Dorīmu Kyatchā
Dream Catcher
Flag of the Republic of China (Taiwan) Chinese
Mèngxiǎng Bǔshǒu
Dream Catcher
Flag of China Chinese
Mèngxiǎng Bǔshǒu
Dream Catcher
Flag of the Netherlands Dutch Rituele wensstok Ritual wish stick
Flag of France French Pique attrape-rêves Dream Catcher Pike
Flag of Germany German Stab des Hoffnungsrituals Ball of Hope Staff
Flag of Italy Italian Picchetto prendisogni Dream catcher stake
Flag of South Korea Korean 꿈잡이
Dream Catcher
Flag of Brazil Portuguese Bastão das aspirações Baton of aspirations
Flag of Spain Spanish Bastón ritual Ritual baton

See also[edit]