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Divine Balloon

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Divine Balloon
Pikmin 4 treasure
Treasure Catalog icon.
Icon for the Divine Balloon, from Pikmin 4's Treasure Catalog.
Series Toys of Giants Series
Value Icon that represents Sparklium on the wiki, based on the icon found in Pikmin 4. × 40
Weight 3
Maximum carriers 6
Locations Hero's Hideaway, Dream Home
Dandori Challenge stages None
Dandori Battle stages None
Total amount 2

The Divine Balloon is a treasure in Pikmin 4. It is actually a paper balloon, or kamifūsen. Due to how light it is, it can be knocked around simply by walking against it.

Collecting the treasure[edit]

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

Hero's Hideaway[edit]

See also: Horned Cannon Beetle#Strategy.

There is a Divine Balloon inside of a Horned Cannon Beetle on a table arena near the bottom of the map. To collect this treasure, you must first defeat the Horned Cannon Beetle, then throw 3 Pikmin at it.

Dream Home[edit]

There is a Divine Balloon lying on a raised ledge in the southeastern corner of sublevel 1 of the Dream Home. It is guarded by a Sunsquish and a Miniature Snootwhacker, which should be defeated before attempting to collect this treasure, although it is not strictly necessary. To collect this treasure, you must go behind it with Oatchi and rush it to cause it to fall on the ground below; then, throw 3 Pikmin at it. You can also bypass this by throwing 3 Winged Pikmin at it.


Schnauz's notes[edit]

Made from paper so impossibly thin it appears to be the handiwork of a higher being. Be careful not to lose sight of this balloon. Despite its size, it can float along the faintest breeze. Just one gust of wind might carry it above the clouds beyond your grasp.

Olimar's notes[edit]

Don't worry too much if it deflates. Simply pump more air into the top hole, and the original shape is restored. The material, though paper-thin, seems to repel water. Such an inspiring creation! Only the most advanced civilization could conceive of such a work of art. It's like a metaphor for both the fragility and durability of life itself.

Louie's notes[edit]

The sound of it getting crumpled up sends shivers up my spine. In a good way.


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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Flag of Japan Japanese 神のふうせん?
Kami no Fūsen
God Balloon
Flag of the Republic of China (Taiwan) Chinese
Shén zhī Qìqiú
God Balloon
Flag of China Chinese
Shén zhī Qìqiú
God Balloon
Flag of the Netherlands Dutch Hemelse ballon Heavenly balloon
Flag of France French Ballon divin Divine balloon
Flag of Germany German Göttlicher Ballon Divine Balloon
Flag of Italy Italian Palla divina Divine ball
Flag of South Korea Korean 성스러운 풍선
Seongseureoun Pungseon
Divine Balloon
Flag of Brazil Portuguese Globo divino Divine globe
Flag of Spain Spanish Globo divino Divine globe