Game icon for Pikmin 4 articles, from the September 13th, 2022 Nintendo Direct.

Go-with-the-Flow Totem

From Pikipedia, the Pikmin wiki
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Go-with-the-Flow Totem
Pikmin 4 treasure
Treasure Catalog icon.
Icon for the Go-with-the-Flow Totem, from Pikmin 4's Treasure Catalog.
Series Hands of Fate Series
Value Icon that represents Sparklium on the wiki, based on the icon found in Pikmin 4. × 40
Weight 2
Maximum carriers 4
Locations Doppelgänger's Den, Plunder Palace
Dandori Challenge stages Trial of the Sage Leaf
Dandori Battle stages None
Total amount 3

The Go-with-the-Flow Totem is a treasure in Pikmin 4. It is a beige 20-sided die.

Collecting the treasure[edit]

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

Doppelgänger's Den[edit]

There is a Go-with-the-Flow Totem inside of a jar in the northwest of the arena in sublevel 4 of the Doppelgänger's Den. To collect this treasure, you must first break the jar with a rush from Oatchi, then throw 2 Pikmin at it.

Plunder Palace[edit]

There are two Go-with-the-Flow Totems on a very tall platform near the center of sublevel 1 of the Plunder Palace. To collect them, you must throw 4 Pikmin into the nearby fan, upon which they will land on the ledge and pick up both treasures. A nearby Breadbug may attempt to steal it, in which case you will need to either damage it or best it in tug-of-war.


Schnauz's notes[edit]

With this many sides, how is this totem not just a sphere? Give it a roll, and it seems like it might never stop. And when it does...well, there are so very many numbers it could land on. Does it really matter which one? Best to just go with the flow.

Olimar's notes[edit]

Having to choose 1 out of 20 possible scenarios during a voyage through space would be an object lesson in randomness...and very unfortunate. On the miniscule chance it should ever occur, the only solution would be to throw up your hands and laugh!

Louie's notes[edit]

Fun to watch because it rolls so well.


This article or section is in need of more images.
You can help Pikipedia by uploading some images.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Flag of Japan Japanese ケセラセラ・ストーン?
Keserasera Sutōn
"Whatever Happens, Happens" Stone
Flag of the Republic of China (Taiwan) Chinese
Shùnqízìrán Shítou
"Let Nature Take Its Course" Stone
Flag of China Chinese
Shùnqízìrán Shítou
"Let Nature Take Its Course" Stone
Flag of the Netherlands Dutch Verrassingstotem Surprise totem
Flag of France French Totem du laisser-faire Totem of leave it be
Flag of Germany German Überraschungstotem Surprise Totem
Flag of Italy Italian Totem carpe diem Totem of carpe diem
Flag of South Korea Korean 케세라세라 스톤
Keserasera Seuton
"Whatever Happens, Happens" Stone
Flag of Brazil Portuguese Pedra do tanto faz Stone of whatever
Flag of Spain Spanish Tótem del abandono Totem of abandonment/carelessness

See also[edit]