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Collection Obsession Series

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Collection Obsession Series
Collection Obsession Series from the Treasure Catalog.
Image of the complete series.
Theme Playing cards and gold
Treasures 9 (478 total)
Locations Aquiferous Summit, Drafty Gallery, Secluded Courtyard, Kingdom of Beasts, Serene Shores, Subzero Sauna, Seafloor Resort, Below-Grade Discotheque, Hero's Hideaway, Doppelgänger's Den, Plunder Palace, Dream Home, Ultimate Testing Range, Cradle of the Beast, Primordial Thicket, Subterranean Swarm, The Mud Pit

The Collection Obsession Series is a series listed in the Treasure Catalog in Pikmin 4. It consists of eight playing cards, six of which randomly change numbers in each playthrough due to being linked to the combinations needed to open certain safes, and a pile of gold nuggets (of which there are 470 nuggets). All the treasures in this series are worth Icon that represents Sparklium on the wiki, based on the icon found in Pikmin 4. × 2510, and an extra Icon that represents Sparklium on the wiki, based on the icon found in Pikmin 4. × 49 is given when the entire series has been collected.



  • The objects in this series are all somewhat unique compared to other treasures in Pikmin 4, as they all impact gameplay in some way.
    • Gold Nuggets behave identically to how they did in Pikmin 3, with Pikmin needing to mine piles piece by piece to collect them. They can also be found, though rarely, inside of enemies or jars as separate, single nuggets.
    • The playing cards are used as codes for bunkers. The Courage, Power, and Wisdom Emblems provide the code for the bunker in the Hero's Hideaway, while the Love, Money, and Work Emblems provide the code for the bunker in Dream Home. All six are randomized each time a new saved game is started. The Deity's Portrait and Devil's Portrait don't impact gameplay directly, but are also found within the Dream Home and act as red herrings to the actual numbered cards.
      • These mark the only time in the Pikmin series where the appearance of treasures can change between save games.
  • The names of the Courage, Power, and Wisdom Emblems are likely a reference to the three pieces of the Triforce from The Legend of Zelda series.

Names in other languages[edit]

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Language Name Meaning
Flag of Japan Japanese 集めずにはおれぬものシリーズ?
Atsumezu ni wa Orenu Mono Shirīzu
"No Choice but to Collect" Series
Flag of the Republic of China (Taiwan) Chinese
Bìxū Shōují Xìliè
Compulsory Collection Series
Flag of China Chinese
Bìxū Shōují Xìliè
Compulsory Collection Series
Flag of the Netherlands Dutch Waardeobjecten Valuable objects
Flag of France French Collection compulsive Compulsive collection
Flag of Germany German Sammelleidenschaft Collection Passion
Flag of Italy Italian Collezionismo ossessivo Obsessive collecting
Flag of South Korea Korean 수집욕 자극 시리즈
Sujib-yok Jageuk Sirijeu
Flag of Brazil Portuguese Coleção compulsiva Compulsive collection
Flag of Spain Spanish Coleccionismo ineludible Unavoidabe collecting

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