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Lost Toy Box
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Sublevels 2 Ultra-bitter sprays 2
Red Pikmin 0 Ultra-spicy sprays 2
Yellow Pikmin 100
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Blue Pikmin 0
White Pikmin 0
Purple Pikmin 0
Bulbmin 0

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The Lost Toy Box is the third level in Pikmin 2's Challenge Mode and is automatically unlocked with the mode. Olimar and Louie will have the most Pikmin they will ever get in Challenge Mode, being a full squad of 100 Yellow Pikmin. It has two sublevels, both using the brightly lit toybox layout, which is where the name comes from.

Sublevel 1[edit]

The background in this sublevel looks much like one of the sublevels from Glutton's Kitchen. And, it's best to take out all the Dwarf Bulborbs first. Some may spawn very close to the adult Bulborb, so extra care should be taken not to wake it up accidentally during an attack; reloading the map for a better layout is possible. A spray of each kind will make it much less a threat, and there is usually only the need for one more on the next sublevel. This Bulborb will also drop the key.

Technical sublevel information
Internal cave name ch_NARI_03toy
"Main" object maximum (?) 7
"Treasure" object maximum (?) 4
"Gate" object maximum (?) 0
Dead end unit probability (?) 0
Number of rooms (?) 1
Corridor-to-room ratio (?) 0
Escape geyser (?) No
Clogged hole (?) No
Cave units file (?) 1_NARI_hit6x6_toy.txt
Lighting file (?) toy_light_cha.ini
Background (?) flooring (P2 VRBOX flooring.png wooden floor)
Cave units (?)
cap_toy
way3_toy
way4_toy
wayl_toy
way2_toy
way2x2_toy
Dead end Three-way crossing Four-way crossing Turning corridor Corridor Long corridor
room_hitode6x6_3_toy
Room with wooden box
Detailed object list
The game spawns these "main" objects:
ID Object Amount Fall method Spawn location
1 Red Bulborb Red Bulborb 1 None "Special" enemy spots
- The Key icon.png The Key Carried inside entry with ID 1
2 Dwarf Red Bulborb Dwarf Red Bulborb 1 None "Hard" enemy spots
- Lustrous Element icon.png Lustrous Element Carried inside entry with ID 2
3 Dwarf Red Bulborb Dwarf Red Bulborb 1 None "Hard" enemy spots
- Mirrored Element icon.png Mirrored Element Carried inside entry with ID 3
4 Dwarf Red Bulborb Dwarf Red Bulborb 1 None "Hard" enemy spots
- Manual Honer icon.png Manual Honer Carried inside entry with ID 4
5 Dwarf Red Bulborb Dwarf Red Bulborb 1 None "Easy" enemy spots
- Boss Stone icon.png Boss Stone Carried inside entry with ID 5
6 Dwarf Red Bulborb Dwarf Red Bulborb 1 None "Easy" enemy spots
- Strife Monolith icon.png Strife Monolith Carried inside entry with ID 6
7 Dwarf Red Bulborb Dwarf Red Bulborb 1 None "Easy" enemy spots
- Implement of Toil icon.png Implement of Toil Carried inside entry with ID 7
Then it spawns these "treasure" objects:
ID Object Amount Fall method Spawn location
8 Crystallized Telepathy icon.png Crystallized Telepathy 1 None Treasure spots
9 Crystallized Telekinesis icon.png Crystallized Telekinesis 1 None Treasure spots
10 Crystallized Clairvoyance icon.png Crystallized Clairvoyance 1 None Treasure spots
11 Harmonic Synthesizer icon.png Harmonic Synthesizer 1 None Treasure spots
For details on how objects are spawned, and how some may fail to spawn, see here.

Sublevel 2[edit]

The second sublevel of the Lost Toy Box.

The Dwarf Orange Bulborbs will usually be in the way of the Pikmin carrying the key back, so it's best to take them out first. The larger Orange Bulborb carries the key. Orange Bulborbs wake up faster than Red Bulborbs, so it's best to use the spare sprays here. The treasures are spread widely across the map, even on top of the train tracks, making some scavenging necessary. The geyser will appear once the key is brought back. The geyser must be opened by the Pikmin either by swarming it or throwing Pikmin at it.

Technical sublevel information
Internal cave name ch_NARI_03toy
"Main" object maximum (?) 7
"Treasure" object maximum (?) 6
"Gate" object maximum (?) 0
Dead end unit probability (?) 0
Number of rooms (?) 1
Corridor-to-room ratio (?) 0
Escape geyser (?) Yes
Clogged hole (?) No
Cave units file (?) 1_units_large_toy.txt
Lighting file (?) toy_light_cha.ini
Background (?) flooring (P2 VRBOX flooring.png wooden floor)
Cave units (?)
cap_toy
way3_toy
way4_toy
wayl_toy
way2_toy
way2x2_toy
Dead end Three-way crossing Four-way crossing Turning corridor Corridor Long corridor
room_large_7_toy
Room with toy train track
Detailed object list
The game spawns these "main" objects:
ID Object Amount Fall method Spawn location
1 Orange Bulborb icon.png Orange Bulborb 1 None "Special" enemy spots
- The Key icon.png The Key Carried inside entry with ID 1
2 Dwarf Orange Bulborb icon.png Dwarf Orange Bulborb 1 None "Hard" enemy spots
- Lustrous Element icon.png Lustrous Element Carried inside entry with ID 2
3 Dwarf Orange Bulborb icon.png Dwarf Orange Bulborb 1 None "Hard" enemy spots
- Mirrored Element icon.png Mirrored Element Carried inside entry with ID 3
4 Dwarf Orange Bulborb icon.png Dwarf Orange Bulborb 1 None "Hard" enemy spots
- Chance Totem icon.png Chance Totem Carried inside entry with ID 4
5 Dwarf Orange Bulborb icon.png Dwarf Orange Bulborb 1 None "Easy" enemy spots
- Essence of Despair icon.png Essence of Despair Carried inside entry with ID 5
6 Dwarf Orange Bulborb icon.png Dwarf Orange Bulborb 1 None "Easy" enemy spots
- Essence of Desire icon.png Essence of Desire Carried inside entry with ID 6
7 Dwarf Orange Bulborb icon.png Dwarf Orange Bulborb 1 None "Easy" enemy spots
- Gemstar Wife icon.png Gemstar Wife Carried inside entry with ID 7
Then it spawns these "treasure" objects:
ID Object Amount Fall method Spawn location
8 Petrified Heart icon.png Petrified Heart 1 None Treasure spots
9 Tear Stone icon.png Tear Stone 1 None Treasure spots
10 Frosty Bauble icon.png Frosty Bauble (US/EU)
Ultimate Spinner icon.png Ultimate Spinner (JP)
1 None Treasure spots
11 Decorative Goo icon.png Decorative Goo 1 None Treasure spots
12 Master's Instrument icon.png Master's Instrument 1 None Treasure spots
13 Joyless Jewel icon.png Joyless Jewel 1 None Treasure spots
For details on how objects are spawned, and how some may fail to spawn, see here.

Trivia[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning Notes
Flag of Japan Japanese 神々のおもちゃ箱? Holy Toy Box
Flag of Québec French (NoA) Coffre à jouets Toy chest
Flag of France French (NoE) Coffre à jouets Toy chest
Flag of Mexico Spanish (NoA) Caja del Juguete Perdido Lost Toy's Box Given the ambiguity of the English title, it could either be a box that belongs to a lost toy, or a toy box that is lost. The Nintendo of America localization team went with the former.