Decorative Goo

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Pikmin 2 icon.png
Decorative Goo Treasure Hoard icon.
Decorative Goo 1.png
Number 64 (US and Europe)
Series Tortured Artist Series
Value Poko icon.png × 80
Weight 10
Maximum carriers 20 Pikmin
Location Awakening Wood
Challenge Mode levels Lost Toy Box, Creator's Garden
Pikmin 2 icon.png
Decorative Goo Treasure Hoard icon.
128px-Pikmin2kan JP.png
Number 63 (Japan)
Series Tortured Artist Series
Value Poko icon.png × 80
Weight 10
Maximum carriers 20 Pikmin
Location Awakening Wood
Challenge Mode levels None

The Decorative Goo is a treasure found in the game Pikmin 2. It is a tube of blue "Mario Paint", (referencing the game Mario Paint). It is apparently used and is bent. The treasure is found in the Awakening Wood and right near the location of the blue Onion. It has Japanese writing on it in the Japanese version of the game.

Collecting the treasure[edit]

Location of the treasure on the radar. Click for a bigger image.

It can be easily achieved once Olimar obtains ten Blue Pikmin. This is also where the Radiation Canopy was found in Pikmin.

Notes

Olimar's journal

With the assistance of the blue Pikmin, we found a canister of paint today. I used it to give the ship a fresh coat of paint! But did it thank me? Noooo. As a space pilot, I've always treated my ship like a trusted companion (even if it is a smart aleck). Yet, this snobbish ship has the gall to complain about the color! There's no pleasing it! Forget this...I'm going to bed.

Sales pitch

Everyone enjoys decorating in favorite hues, but it's vital to utilize new colors now and then. This tube of goo will surely help you discover a new you!

Gallery[edit]

Trivia[edit]

The treasure floating in the Treasure Hoard.
  • When viewed in the Treasure Hoard, the tube of paint is floating. This does not happen in the European and Japanese versions of the game.
  • This treasure's Treasure Hoard number is 64, a likely reference to the Nintendo 64. This is supported due to the fact that this is a Mario reference, and the fact that some other Nintendo's GameCube games contain Nintendo 64 references (for example, Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door).

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
French Enduit Décoratif Decorative Primer
German Dekorative Schmiere
Italian Intruglio creativo
Spanish Plasta decorativa Decorative goo
Spanish (NoA) Plasta decorativa Decorative goo