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for any who know me or have read old posts, i make strange connections... but i think i have a soulution to the Question: how did the areas from pikmin 1 shift and fuse to make pikmin 2's areas? the time limit of 30 in game days coinsided with a cycle on the planet that has an unknown timespan. this cycle is a rapid tctonic shift in the pikmin areas. the reason that this only occored after the first visit was the shift has a very large baselin time. any responce?

personally, a tectonic shift is possible, but its possible that while Olimar was gone (No shown year date, and Pikmin 3 might have changes), there will be specific changes, but the game will hide Pikmin 1 levels very well in new areas and probably dungeons, so as the game evolves, so will the world, it could be so. PikminTy 03:47, 1 August 2008 (UTC)

I personally think it was a Radioactive CheeseBurger! I'm ~CrystalRedpikminsprite.jpgLucario~ And I approve this message.
Funny that you mention it. I just had one.
Seriously: Stop talking this nonsense. I am pleased to see you're not being aggressive, but... It's still completely unnecessary.--Prezintenden

Are you trying to say that there's a cycle of tectonic shifts that happens every so often, and that one happened just after Olimar left? You probably could have phrased it better.... Oh well though. —Jimbo Jambo

The only realistic theroy (Sppln?) is earthquakes (Sppln? I'm off today...) ... I'm ~CrystalRedpikminsprite.jpgLucario~ And I approve this message. 17:18, 1 August 2008 (UTC)
If we take Pikmin's map screen to be just a representation and innaccurate, they may not have moved at all. GP