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Double Dragon-Eyed Scope

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Double Dragon-Eyed Scope
Pikmin 4 treasure
Treasure Catalog icon.
Treasure Catalog icon for the Double Dragon-Eyed Scope.
Series Great Adventure Series
Value Icon that represents Sparklium on the wiki, based on the icon found in Pikmin 4. × 180
Weight 12
Maximum carriers 24
Locations Sun-Speckled Terrace
Dandori Challenge stages None
Dandori Battle stages None
Total amount 1

The Double Dragon-Eyed Scope (双眼竜スコープ?, lit.: "Binocular Dragon Scope") is a treasure in Pikmin 4 located overground in the Sun-Speckled Terrace. It is actually a pair of binoculars.

Collecting the treasure[edit]

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

To obtain this treasure, the player must make their way around the center part of the Sun-Speckled Terrace and destroy a dirt wall located near the blue fence with a pocket watch hanging from it. The treasure will be located near the Crackling Cauldron, on top of a can full of dirt. It can then be retrieved by throwing Pikmin up at it, or by knocking it off the can with two of Oatchi's rushes. Pushing down the paper bag right next to the Double Dragon-Eyed Scope will significantly reduce the amount of time to carry the item back to the S.S. Beagle. The Bulborb after the paper bag does not need to be defeated, even though the Pikmin pass fairly close to it.


Schnauz's notes[edit]

This massive scope allows two viewers to stand side by side and see far into the distance. As if that wasn't impressive enough, it looks as if its design was based on dragon eyes. It's just the thing for a couple of adventurous explorers who hate taking turns!

Olimar's notes[edit]

It's reminiscent of a telescope I had when I was a kid. My father and I would stare up at the skies together and talk about our discoveries. That telescope nurtured my adventurous spirit... I'd love to meet the adventurer who peeked into these lenses.

Louie's notes[edit]

When I looked through it from the bigger end, everything seemed tiny. I felt like a giant!


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning Notes
Flag of Japan Japanese 双眼竜スコープ?
Sōgan Ryū Sukōpu
Binocular Dragon Scope
Flag of the Republic of China (Taiwan) Chinese
Shuāngyǎn Lóng Wàngyuǎnjìng
Double-Eyed Dragon Binoculars
Flag of China Chinese
Shuāngyǎn Lóng Wàngyuǎnjìng
Double-Eyed Dragon Binoculars
Flag of the Netherlands Dutch Tweepersoonstelescoop Two person telescope
Flag of France French Jumelles du dragon Binoculars of the dragon
Flag of Germany German Drachenaugen-Doppelskop Dragon Eyes Doublescope
Flag of Italy Italian Bidragocolo "Bidragoculars" From "binocolo" and "drago"
Flag of South Korea Korean 쌍안룡 스코프
Ssangan-Ryong Seukopeu
Binocular Dragon Scope
Flag of Brazil Portuguese Bidragóculo "Bidragoculars" From "binóculo" and "dragão"
Flag of Spain Spanish Dragoscopio Dragoscope From "dragón" and "telescopio"