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Fleeting Art Form

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Fleeting Art Form Treasure Hoard icon.
The Fleeting Art Form as shown from the Treasure Hoard.
Number 81 (US)
80 (Europe)
79 (Japan)
Series Frigid Series
Value Icon for Pokos. Used on Template:Pokos. × 75
Weight 2
Maximum carriers 4 Pikmin
Location Frontier Cavern
Challenge Mode levels None

The Fleeting Art Form (もえるゲイジュツ?, lit.: "Blazing Art") is a treasure found in Pikmin 2. It is actually just a small green Christmas candle. The treasure is found on the third sublevel of the Frontier Cavern and must be simply carried to the ship while avoiding the enemies that lurk in the area.

Notes

Olimar's journal

GameCube icon. GameCube US version US version
Some works of fine art are timeless, while others are fleeting. Once lit, this sculpted pillar of wax will burn with glory for a short time before flaming out. The purpose of this piece of art is to help us all envision our final moment of flaming glory.
GameCube icon. GameCube European version European version
Some works of fine art are timeless, while others are fleeting. Once lit, this sculpted pillar of wax will burn with glory for a short time before flaming out.The[sic] purpose of this piece of art is to help us all envision our final moment of flaming glory.
Icon for the Wii. Wii US version US version
Some works of fine art are timeless, while others are fleeting. Once lit, this sculpted pillar of wax will burn with glory for a short time before flaming out.The[sic] purpose of this piece of art is to help us all envision our final moment of flaming glory.
Icon for the Wii. Wii European version European version
Some works of fine art are timeless, while others are fleeting. Once lit, this sculpted pillar of wax will burn with glory for a short time before flaming out. The purpose of this piece of art is to help us all envision our final moment of flaming glory.

Sales pitch

On the surface, this is not art! It is a temporary spectacle compared to the glory of eternity. And yet that is WHY it is art! Machines like me are incapable of comprehending this...

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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Flag of Japan Japanese もえるゲイジュツ?
Moeru Geijutsu
Blazing Art
Flag of France French Art Fugace Fleeting Art
Flag of Québec French (NoA) Forme d'art fugace Fleeting art form
Flag of Germany German Flüchtige Kunst Fleeting Art
Flag of Italy Italian Forma d'arte fuggevole Fleeting art form
Flag of Spain Spanish Arte efímero Ephemeral art
Flag of Mexico Spanish (NoA) Arte efímero Ephemeral art

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