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Burrowing Snagret

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Burrowing Snagret In-game icon.
Artwork of a Burrowing Snagret from Pikmin 4.
Appears in PikminPikmin 2Pikmin 3Pikmin 4
Scientific name Shiropedes anacondii
Family Snavian
Areas The Forest of Hope, Valley of Repose, Awakening Wood, Twilight River, Blossoming Arcadia
Caves White Flower Garden, Snagret Hole, Hole of Heroes, Cavern for a King
Challenge Mode stages The Final Trial, Cryptic Cavern
Mission Mode Collect Treasure! stages Shaded Garden Remix
Mission Mode Battle Enemies! stages Silver Lake, Tropical Wilds Remix, Garden of Hope Remix, Twilight River Remix
Side Story days Looking for Louie
Dandori Challenge stages Trial of the Sage Leaf
Dandori Battle stages None
2-Player Battle stages None
Bingo Battle stages Arid Metropolis, Parched Brook
Attacks Eat Pikmin by pecking

The Burrowing Snagret (ヘビガラス?, lit.: "Snake Crow") is a boss in the Pikmin games. It appears to be a combination of a bird and a snake, and is a member of the Snavian family. It has low health for a boss, but it often appears in groups. It remains underground for the majority of the time, surfacing only when approached by Pikmin or a leader. In the first two games, it has a chance of struggling to fully emerge for a few seconds before attacking. When above ground, it attempts to eat Pikmin one by one until it is sufficiently damaged, at which point it burrows back underground. In Pikmin 3 it can also stab its beak into the ground to eat a leader and then regurgitate them – if the attack misses, its beak will get stuck in the ground and its head will be vulnerable to attack. In Pikmin 4, fledgling versions called Downy Snagrets can be found.

When killed in Pikmin, Burrowing Snagrets explode into 7 random 1 pellets and a 5 pellet; in Pikmin 2, a dead Burrowing Snagret leaves behind its head to be returned to an Onion or the Research Pod. In Pikmin 3, the Snagret's entire body comes out of the ground to be salvaged, revealing a foot much like the one on a Pileated Snagret. It does the same in Pikmin 4, though its body curls up, making it easier for the Pikmin to carry it.


Game Weight Max.
Seeds Value Health Regen.
Pikmin N/A N/A N/A N/A 2800 Unknown
Pikmin 2 5 10 15 Poko icon.png × 10 1500[note 1] No
Pikmin 3 (?) 10 20 (normally) 20 Texture used for the Poko in Pikmin 3. × 90
Icon for the soul in Battle Enemies!, taken from the game's textures. × 90
2500[note 2] No
Pikmin 4 15 30 20 Icon that represents Sparklium on the wiki, based on the icon found in Pikmin 4. × 15 2500 No
  1. ^ In White Flower Garden, its HP is 2500.
  2. ^ In Garden of Hope Remix, three have HP of 1300 and one has HP of 1500.


In Pikmin, 3 Burrowing Snagrets are found in the same area of The Forest of Hope, one of which contains the Geiger Counter. One is also found in The Final Trial in Challenge Mode.

In Pikmin 2, a Burrowing Snagret is the main boss of the White Flower Garden, found on sublevel 5 (this one contains the Five-man Napsack), and many are encountered throughout the Snagret Hole; one is even guarding the entrance in the Awakening Wood, where the three in Pikmin are located. Another is on sublevel 4 of the Hole of Heroes, and yet another guards the Pink Menace in the Valley of Repose. Burrowing Snagrets are the most common boss-class enemies in Pikmin 2, having eight different in-game occurrences outside of Challenge Mode.

In Pikmin 3, there is a Burrowing Snagret in the Twilight River, holding the Insect Condo. There are also Burrowing Snagrets in Mission Mode levels, including Silver Lake, Tropical Wilds Remix, Garden of Hope Remix (which contains 4 of them), Twilight River Remix, and Shaded Garden Remix. In the Side Stories, 1 can be found in Looking for Louie. In Bingo Battle, 1 can be found in layout C of Arid Metropolis, and 2 can be found in layout B of Parched Brook.

In Pikmin 4, a Burrowing Snagret is present in the Blossoming Arcadia, where it holds the Brush of Wisdom. Another one is present in the same area in Olimar's Shipwreck Tale, but in a different section and instead holding an Extraordinary Bolt.


Olimar's voyage log

This large, subterranean life-form suddenly erupts from underground to feast on nearby Pikmin. Its body is covered in slick scales, which render Pikmin attacks ineffective. Surely, it has a weak point somewhere...

Reel notes

The bluish hue of its feathers distinguishes it from the burrowing snarrow.

Olimar's notes

The majority of snagret species lie in wait to ambush and capture prey, with a body type perfectly adapted to such sudden strikes. It violently attacks small, surface-dwelling insects. Distributed across a relatively wide range, subspecies of snagret suited to the varying soil conditions have emerged, making the snagret the most geographically represented species besides the bulborb. Visually resembling the burrowing snagret is the burrowing snarrow, the range of which partially overlaps with the snagret's range. While the two may appear similar, when pulled from the ground they can be distinguished by the presence or absence of tail and wing markings.

Louie's notes

Slice the serpentine torso into thin medallions, skewer on a metal rod with Hocotate onions, and barbecue over an open flame.

Alph's comments

Structural flaw: beak
Weight: 10

Its bulk and speed make it a very fearsome model. It's very difficult to retrieve a Pikmin once it's snapped one up in its beak. However, if you can dodge its beak as it comes down, the beak's sharpness works against it as it gets stuck in the soil. That leaves the head wide open to be pelted with Pikmin as fast as you can.

Brittany's comments

I've never seen the bottom half of one of these. I have all sorts of ideas about what might be under there. It could be a long snake tail, or a big, plump body stuck underground. Or maybe, below the neck, it looks just like us.

Charlie's comments

Now, I get that it's big, and that big things are scary. But that twisty neck can't twist all the way around, so all you have to do is get behind it. Once you're there, pour on the Winged Pikmin, and you're golden!

Louie's comments

Slice the serpentine torso into thin medallions, skewer on a metal rod with Hocotate onions, and barbecue over an open flame.

Olimar's comments

Burrowing Snagret
Shiropedes anacondii
Snavian family

The majority of snagret species lie in wait to ambush and capture prey, with a body type perfectly adapted to such sudden strikes. It violently attacks small, surface-dwelling insects. Distributed across a relatively wide range, subspecies of snagret suited to the varying soil conditions have emerged, making the snagret the most geographically represented species besides the bulborb. Visually resembling the burrowing snagret is the burrowing snarrow, the range of which partially overlaps with the snagret's range. While the two may appear similar, when pulled from the ground they can be distinguished by the presence or absence of tail and wing markings.

Pikmin Nintendo Player's Guide[edit]

The white-headed snagret is a subterranean dweller characterized by a birdlike head and a snakelike body. Its avian head features white plumage and a long, pointed beak, which it uses for digging, while its reptilian body is covered with blue scales. White-headed snagrets burrow in flocks and they will rear their heads when surface vibrations alert them to possible prey above ground. The blueish hue of its feathers distinguishes it from the burrowing snarrow.
Avoid the snagret's pecking beak by clustering your Pikmin around the back of the bird's neck. Group your Pikmin on top of the snagret as soon as it pokes its beak above the surface. That way, your Pikmin will be able to cling to the bird's upper limits where its beak can't reach.

Pikmin Nintendo Power Booklet description[edit]

Snagrets usually hang out in groups of three, and their agile beaks are capable of plucking up devastating numbers of Pikmin. When attacked, they temporarily retreat underground.

Pikmin 2 Nintendo Player's Guide[edit]

The Burrowing Snagret's weak spot is its head. Toss Pikmin at the bird-snake's skull as it's emerging from the ground, and let them go to work on the beast. Call them before they're shaken off and prepare for another assault.

Pikmin 3 Prima Guide[edit]

As its name implies, the Burrowing Snagret spends most of its time underground. When it senses potential prey, however, this creature emerges and uses its powerful beak to snatch up any victims in range. The Burrowing Snagret's body it protected by scales, making the creature's head its only weak point.

Each time a Burrowing Snagret emerges from the ground, there's a brief pause just after the creature's beak appears -- this brief window is the only opportunity you'll have to execute a successful charge. If your Pikmin can latch onto the creature's head before it's fully exposed, they'll be able to do a significant amount of damage in a very short time. Winged Pikmin can charge the Burrowing Snagret's head whenever it's above ground, but you'll need a large squad to compensate for the Winged Pikmin's low attack power.

If you can't seem to land a successful charge attack, flank the Burrowing Snagret's side and toss your Pikmin directly onto the creature's head. This method makes it fairly difficult to keep your squad out of harm's way, but it does allow you to deal reliable damage for the duration of the battle.

Pikmin Garden[edit]



特徴 その1 飛べない鳥

(Image text: 細長い体をくねらせて、地面の下を移動する)

特徴 その2 鳥のような特徴

(Image text: 発達した一本足を持っているが、普段は地中に隠れていて見えない)

特徴 その3 ヘビのような特徴

(Image text: あまり目は良くないが、熱感知器官 (ピット ) を持ち、正確に獲物の位置を把握する)


A bird that lurks underground to ambush prey that walks on the surface. It has no wings and cannot fly, but it has no natural enemies and is relatively widely distributed.

Feature #1: Flightless bird

It has lost its wings due to degeneration and is unable to fly.
(Image text: "It moves under the ground by twisting its long, slender body")

Feature #2: Bird-like features

It has a feathered head and a sharp beak to catch its prey.
(Image text: "It has one well-developed leg, but it is usually hidden under the ground and cannot be seen")

Feature #3: Snake-like features

Its entire body is covered with hard scales.
(Image text: "It does not have good eyesight, but it has a heat-sensing organ (pit) that allows it to accurately locate its prey")


olimar fighting two borrowing snagrets in pikmin 1.
Olimar fighting a pair of Burrowing Snagrets in The Forest of Hope.

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

In Pikmin, they are extremely hard to beat without losing Pikmin if thrown at the head, as they have very high health and are quite large. Its striking speed will also allow it to eat some Pikmin and burrow back into the ground before any significant damage is done. When trying to defeat it in the first game, the best strategy is to throw Red Pikmin at its head while it's emerging from the ground as fast as you can, then whistling in your Pikmin right before it shakes them off to prevent them being eaten. Another effective, but risky way is to swarm the head in hopes of making the Burrowing Snagret retreat underground. Try to run directly to the Snagret closest to the ledge on the side of the ship to avoid the other two Snagrets and collect the Geiger Counter more easily.

In Pikmin 2, defeating one is an easier task because of its lower health; even so, it remains a good idea to use Purple Pikmin. It is easy to take advantage of the fact that sometimes, the beast will not fully emerge from the ground, getting stuck for some time. It is best to attack the Snagret then, as it is possible to defeat it without losing any Pikmin. With quick and accurate throwing, however, this is not necessary to secure the battle. Throw many Pikmin at its head as soon as possible and the Snagret should die before managing to swallow any of the Pikmin that it may have snatched up from the ground. In Pikmin 2, attacks to the body will only cause 10% normal damage. Statistically, both in Pikmin and Pikmin 2, every time the creature emerges it has a 40% chance of getting stuck.[1] That said, a Burrowing Snagret will never get stuck the first time of the day that it unburrows, in Pikmin.

In the first two games, if it burrows back underground without swallowing Pikmin it has caught, these Pikmin will die. In the first game, it was the root of many glitches involving the counter.

In Pikmin 3, the health is even lower, and Winged Pikmin can be charged directly onto its head to defeat it quickly, especially under the effects of an ultra-spicy spray. The boss can only eat Pikmin on the ground. It is helpful to stay away from its beak, as if it eats a leader, it can take a while to get all your Pikmin back into your squad.

It is not possible to defeat the Burrowing Snagret with leaders alone.

In Pikmin 4, it has the same health as 3, but comes out of the ground much slower. The Snagrets head will take a moment to shake its head a bit and then it will come out of the ground. An easy way to beat it is to simply use Oatchi to rush and attach all of your pikmin on its head to deal massive damage (if you don't want to use Oatchi or can't, then you can charge instead). This will either kill it immediately or cause it to immediately retreat underground. Without Oatchi, the Snagret can be beaten the same way as it would be in 3.

Burrowing Snarrow[edit]

Main article: Burrowing Snarrow.

The Burrowing Snarrow is a creature that is referred to only twice in the Pikmin series, but never seen. The first of these mentions is in the enemy reel at the end of Pikmin, while the second is in Olimar's notes on the Burrowing Snagret in Pikmin 2's Piklopedia.

In the Super Smash Bros. series[edit]

The Burrowing Snagret appears as a trophy in Super Smash Bros. Brawl and Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.

Brawl trophy[edit]

The Burrowing Snagret trophy from Super Smash Bros. Brawl. Description:

A member of the snavian family with a birdlike head and a snakelike neck and body. An underground dweller, the snagret makes sudden strikes aboveground to capture surface-dwelling prey. It uses its beak to scoop up daily nutrition and can snatch up three Pikmin at once—a relatively small amount made deadly by its strike speed. No one has ever seen its tail.

GameCube icon.png Pikmin
GameCube icon.png Pikmin 2
How to obtain: Random appearance. Type: Fighter Related

Smash 4 trophy[edit]

The trophy of Burrowing Snagret from the Wii U version of Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U. US version icon.png US description:

A foot-long bird doesn't sound all that large, but when you're the size of a Pikmin, a foot is massive! This member of the avian[sic] family will emerge from underground, hunting for Pikmin, its favorite snack. Act fast—or this bird of prey will prey on your poor Pikmin!
Appears in:

GameCube icon.png Pikmin (12/2001)
The icon for the Wii U. Pikmin 3 (08/2013)
European version icon.png EU description:

A strange creature that looks like it's part bird and part snake. At 35cm in length, it's fairly small by our standards, but for the Pikmin, it's a towering monster! Another thing that makes it monstrous is that it sees Pikmin as a nutritious meal. If you're not careful, it'll pop out of the ground and gobble them up before you know it!
Related Games

GameCube icon.png Pikmin (06/2002)
The icon for the Wii U. Pikmin 3 (07/2013)
How to obtain: Random appearance. Type: Series Related Trophy Box: 61. Distant Planet & Indigenous Creatures

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Assist Trophy[edit]

The Burrowing Snagret appears in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate as an Assist Trophy, in its Pikmin 3 design. When summoned, it will emerge from the floor (even go-through platforms) near an opponent, and will idle for a second before unleashing three quick stabs towards the opponent. It can peck at the ground or the air. It will then bury back down and reemerge elsewhere, repeating the process. Like other Assist Trophies, it can be KO'd if it takes enough damage. It makes the Burrowing Snagret death sound from Pikmin when it emerges, and also when it is KO'd.[2]

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Spirit[edit]

The Burrowing Snagret also appears in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate as a Primary Spirit. It can be obtained by fighting a Charizard in the Spirit Board, buying it from the Shop or by being Summoned. It lowers the fighter's speed.

Spirit info Augmented Fighter info
Name Type Class Slots Fighter(s) Stage Music Rules/Hazards Conditions Image
Burrowing Snagret Attack ★★★ 2 Giant Charizard Garden of Hope World Map - Pikmin 2 (Remix) • Assist Trophy Enemies
• Item: Pitfall
• Hostile assist trophies will appear
• The enemy is giant
The Burrowing Snagret spirit in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, from the Collection.

Technical information[edit]

Pikmin technical information (?)
Internal name snake
HP 2800
Pikmin 2 technical information (?)
Internal name snakecrow
Global properties (List)
ID Japanese comment Property Value
s000 friction(not used) Friction 0.5
s001 wallReflection Unknown (wall bounce speed multiplier?) 0.5
s002 faceDirAdjust Unknown 0.25
s003 accel Acceleration 0.1
s004 bounceFactor Unknown (bounce when it hits the ground?) 0.3
fp00 ライフ HP 1500
fp01 マップとの当り Unknown (related to slopes) 15
fp02 ダメージスケールXZ Horizontal damage scale 0.025
fp03 ダメージスケールY Vertical damage scale 0.025
fp04 ダメージフレーム Damage scale duration 0.4
fp05 質量 Unknown (weight?) 0.0001
fp06 速度 Move speed 0
fp08 回転速度率 Rotation acceleration 0.1
fp09 テリトリー Territory radius 80
fp10 ホーム範囲 "Home" radius 100
fp11 プライベート距離 "Private" radius 100
fp12 視界距離 Sight radius 150
fp13 視界角度 FOV 90
fp14 探索距離 Unknown (exploration radius?) 0
fp15 探索角度 Unknown (exploration angle?) 0
fp16 振り払い率 Successful shake rate 1
fp17 振り払い力 Shake knockback 200
fp18 振り払いダメージ Shake damage 1
fp19 振り払い範囲 Shake range 40
fp20 攻撃可能範囲 Unknown (shock attack max range?) 0
fp21 攻撃可能角度 Unknown (shock attack max angle?) 0
fp22 攻撃ヒット範囲 Unknown (attack hit range?) 0
fp23 攻撃ヒット角度 Unknown (attack hit angle?) 0
fp24 攻撃力 Attack damage 10
fp25 視界高 Unknown (height visibility?) 100
fp26 探索高 Unknown (exploration height?) 0
fp27 ライフの高さ HP wheel height 50
fp28 回転最大速度 Rotation speed 10
fp29 警戒時間 Unknown (warning time?) 0
fp30 警戒ライフ Unknown 0
fp31 ライフ回復率 Regeneration rate 0
fp32 LOD半径 Off-camera radius 225
fp33 マップとのあたりポリゴンの選定 Collision processing radius 111
fp34 ピクミンとのあたり Pikmin damage radius 5
fp35 石化時間 Petrification duration 1
fp36 ヒップドロップダメージ Purple Pikmin drop damage 50
fp37 地震気絶確立 Purple Pikmin stun chance 0.1 (10%)
fp38 地震気絶時間 Purple Pikmin stun time 5
ip01 振り払い打撃A Shake mode 1 – hit count 15
ip02 振り払い張付1 Shake mode 1 – Pikmin requirement 4
ip03 振り払い打撃B Shake mode 2 – hit count 25
ip04 振り払い張付2 Shake mode 2 – Pikmin requirement 8
ip05 振り払い打撃C Shake mode 3 – hit count 30
ip06 振り払い張付3 Shake mode 3 – Pikmin requirement 12
ip07 振り払い打撃D Shake mode 4 – hit count 35
Specific properties
ID Japanese comment Property Value
fp01 通常出現率 Regular unburrow chance (not stuck) 0.6 (60%)
fp11 潜る迄の時間 Time it spends above ground before burrowing 2.5
fp12 地中での時間 Time it spends underground before reappearing 2.5
fp21 白ピクミン White Pikmin poison damage 200
fp31 Forest 2 Life HP on the White Flower Garden 2500
Pikmin 3 technical information (?)
Internal name snakecrow
HP 2500
Rock Pikmin throw hits to kill 30
White Pikmin ingestions to kill 10
Bomb rock explosions to kill 5
Bomb rock ingestions to kill 3
Number of direct hits on top to kill 0
Damage to leaders 20
Territory radius 200
Mission Mode value 90

Other information[edit]


See more: Snavian family#Naming.
  • Common name: Burrowing Snagret. "Burrowing" refers to its habit of burrowing and remaining underground until prey approach. Although the Pileated Snagret also burrows, it is a less important characteristic.
  • Japanese nickname: ヘビガラス?, lit.: "Snake Crow".
  • Japanese name: オジロへビガラス?, lit.: "White-tailed Snake Crow". The name refers to the white tail feathers that grow when the Snagret's tail scales are removed, as mentioned in the Downy Snagret's notes on the Pikmin Garden website.
  • Scientific name: Shiropedes anacondii. Anacondii is similar to "anaconda", a dangerous type of constricting snake.
  • Internal names: The internal name in Pikmin is quite straightforward – snake – and in Pikmin 2 and Pikmin 3, it is the same as its translated Japanese name, snakecrow.
  • Prerelease: None.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning Notes
Flag of Japan Japanese ヘビガラス?
Snake Crow
Flag of the Republic of China (Taiwan) Chinese
Shé Lín Yā
Snake-Scaled Crow
Flag of China Chinese
Shé Lín Yā
Snake-Scaled Crow
Flag of the Netherlands Dutch Wroetende sleiger (Super Smash Bros. Ultimate)
Wroetsleiger (Pikmin 4)
Rooting sleiger
"Sleiger" is a portmanteau of "slang" (snake) and "reiger" (heron)
Flag of France French Snabrek Fouisseur Burrowing Snavian
Flag of Germany German Gemeiner Schnapper Common Snatcher
Flag of Italy Italian Vermentilla squamata Scaly vermentilla "Vermentilla" comes from "verme" (worm) and possibly "serpente" (snake)
Flag of South Korea Korean 뱀까마귀
Snake Crow
Flag of Brazil Portuguese Corvuri-buraqueiro (Pikmin 4) Holemaker Anacrowda (Pikmin 4) "Corvuri" is a portmanteau of "corvo" (crow) and "sucuri" (anaconda)
Flag of Portugal Portuguese (NoE) Snagret Buraqueiro Burrowing Snagret Name taken from the Super Smash Bros. for Wii U trophy.
Flag of Spain Spanish Tagarote escurridizo Elusive barbary
Flag of Russia Russian Норный цапель
Nornyy tsapel'
Burrowing heron Name taken from the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate trophy. цапель comes from цапля (heron)



Pikmin 2[edit]

Pikmin 3[edit]

Pikmin 4[edit]



  • The Burrowing Snagret can be seen in a pre-release video of Pikmin, where it appears to have a light or white body. This most likely originates from its Japanese name which means "White-tailed snake crow".
  • The Burrowing Snagret aboveground in the Awakening Wood has been reported to sometimes spawn with only 750 health. The cause of this is unknown. [1]
  • In the Super Smash Bros. series, the Burrowing Snagret trophies contain a few mistakes.
    • The Brawl trophy states that no one has ever seen a Burrowing Snagret's tail before. However, Olimar states in the Piklopedia that the Burrowing Snagret and Snarrow can both be distinguished by the markings on their tails, implying that Olimar has seen its full body, or at least its tail. Pikmin 3 further confuses the matter by showing that the Snarget has no tail, as seen by defeating it.
    • The Super Smash Bros. for Wii U trophy erroneously omits Pikmin 2 from the list of games. The Pikmin trophies in Smash 4 always list the first two games, except for this one. In addition, the Snagret is more common in Pikmin 2 compared to Pikmin 3, especially considering it appears the most in the second game's story mode, and only once in the third game's. This makes the Pikmin 2 omission a mystery.
    • In the US version of Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, the description claims that the creature belongs to the "avian" family, instead of the snavian family.
  • The Burrowing Snagret is the most commonly fought boss in the first 3 games, as it can be fought 4 times in the first game, 9 times in the second game, and 10 times in the third game. In Pikmin 4, it is fought 5 times, beat out by the Emperor Bulblax at 6.
    • If one only counts story mode, then this title is lost in Pikmin 3, as it is only encountered once. It is also fought in the Pikmin 3 Deluxe Side Stories mode once.
  • The enemy reel mistakenly states that its body is lined with feathers.
    • This mistake is not present in the Japanese version, where the method given for distinguishing the Burrowing Snagret from the Burrowing Snarrow is the same that would later be described in the Piklopedia.
  • In Pikmin 1, internally there are actually two different Burrowing Snagret bosses. Both variants are used and are nearly identical, with the only difference between the two are that the collision area that causes them to rise from the ground is a different shape, with one having a spherical fight area, while the other has a box-shaped fight area.
  • In Pikmin 2, this enemy and the Pileated Snagret shake the least when damaged, meaning their model stretches the least amount of all enemies.
  • It is the only boss that appears in every mainline Pikmin game.
  • In Pikmin 2, when the creature dies, its body shrinks while the head remains the same size. With the closest zoom settings, it is possible to see its small body in-game. The same happens with the Pileated Snagret, Toady Bloyster, and Ranging Bloyster.
  • The Burrowing Snagret lays eggs, as seen in Pikmin 4 where Downy Snagrets can be found inside nectar eggs, and to a lesser extent, the nest on sublevel 5 of the White Flower Garden, and the eggs found there.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Local Parameter {s10} in /dataDir/bosses/snake/parms.bin, in Pikmin
  2. ^ YouTube video of Olimar's introduction to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, demonstrating the Snagret Assist Trophy (at 0:10)

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