|Appears in||Hey! Pikmin|
|Scientific name||Sus draconus infanta|
|Areas||Scorched Earth, Barriers of Flame, Sizzling Precipice, Secret Spot 21|
|Attacks||Spit out fireballs, breathe fire|
The Fiery Blowlet (コブタドックリ?, lit.: "Piglet Tokkuri") is an enemy in Hey! Pikmin. Similarly to the Fiery Blowhog, this creature is able to shoot out fire from its snout, causing any non-Red Pikmin to catch on fire. Depending on their placement, they can either serve as an enemy to fight against to get past, or as an obstacle to watch out for and carefully time around.
To do: Find out its health in Hey! Pikmin by retreiving the value from the game files.
The Fiery Blowlet is often found standing still, shooting fireballs at equal intervals in an arch, in the direction of Pikmin it sees. However, one can be found blowing fire instead, much like the adult variant. The one in question is found in Secret Spot 21.
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Most Fiery Blowlets can be avoided, but if they need to be attacked, throwing Red Pikmin at one will easily defeat it.
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- See more: Blowhog family#Naming.
- Common name: Fiery Blowlet. The name is a simple play on the bigger variant, the Fiery Blowhog, with "let" replacing "hog". This is in reference to "piglet", a term for a small pig.
- Japanese nickname: コブタドックリ?, lit.: "Piglet Tokkuri".
- Japanese name: ヒフキコブタドックリ?, lit.: "Fire Breathing Piglet Tokkuri". ヒフキブタドックリ? (lit.: "Fire Breathing Pig Tokkuri") is the Japanese name for the Fiery Blowhog.
- Scientific name: Sus draconus infanta. It is the same as the Fiery Blowhog's but with infanta, Latin for "infant".
- Internal names: Its internal name is
kobuta. Its generator name in most cases is
enemy_flame_throw, but in Secret Spot 21, it is
enemy_flame_breath, due to its different behavior.
- Prerelease: None.
Names in other languages
|French||Jeune puffy crachefeu||Young fiery blowhog|
|German||Zwerg-Rüsselignis||From Zwerg (dwarf), Rüssel (trunk), and Latin ignis (fire); Dwarf Trunk-Ignis|
|Spanish||Verraquín dragón||Diminutive of "Verraco dragón" (Fiery Blowhog)|
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