Since this subject has no official name, the name "clog" is conjectural.
A clog is an obstacle in Pikmin 2 and Hey! Pikmin that looks like a cracked rock and is used to block the entrance of caves and geysers, and to plug holes underwater so that areas remain flooded. They can be destroyed with Pikmin; often, only Blue Pikmin are able to approach them due to them being submerged. By destroying an underwater clog, a hole is opened up that drains the water from the surrounding area. However, clogs also appear on certain caves, and block the hole that leads to the next sublevel.
- Valley of Repose: drains lake that gives access to the main part of the area.
- Awakening Wood: drains the small lake behind the ship, providing a shortcut.
- Perplexing Pool: plugs the entrance to the Shower Room and drains the huge pond with the Toady Bloyster when destroyed.
- Wistful Wild: drains an area near the Burgeoning Spiderworts.
- In multiple caves, blocking entrances to the next sublevel.
- Snowfall Field
A clog blocking the entrance to the Shower Room.
The crack that is left on the floor after a clog is removed in Pikmin 2.
The clog in Hey! Pikmin.
- In Pikmin 2's game files, the holes on the final sublevels of the Subterranean Complex, the Hole of Beasts and the Bulblax Kingdom are told to contain a clog. This setting is ignored however, as final sublevels don't have holes.
- By entering a cave just before a clog's destruction cutscene takes place, it is possible to bypass the cutscene and still have the clog count as being destroyed.
- YouTube video showing the effects of entering a cave just before the clog cutscene begins
Arachnode web • Bag • Bamboo gate • Bodies of water • Boulder • Bramble gate • Cardboard box (tin box) • Clog • Cobblestone block • Crystals • Crystal wall • Dam • Dirt block • Dirt wall • Electric gate • Electrical wire • Fire geyser • Flames • Gas pipe • Hydroe bramble • Ice wall • Iron block • Kingcap • Numbered gate • Paper bag • Reinforced wall • Spotcap • Switch gate • Trowel • Tunnel