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 ~CrystalLucario~ 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 ~CrystalLucario~ And I approve this message. 17:18, 1 August 2008 (UTC)