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Sun-Speckled Terrace

A screenshot of Pikmin 4 showing the Sun-Speckled Terrace.

Radar map of the Sun-Speckled Terrace, rotated to be north-up and with bodies of water composited in.

Rescues 7
Treasures 34
Onions 4
Caves 5
Dandori Challenges 1
Dandori Battles 1
Suggested Pikmin Icon for Red Pikmin in Pikmin 4's HUD. Icon for Yellow Pikmin in Pikmin 4's HUD. Icon for Ice Pikmin in Pikmin 4's HUD.
Wild Pikmin Icon for Red Pikmin in Pikmin 4's HUD. Icon for Yellow Pikmin in Pikmin 4's HUD. Icon for Ice Pikmin in Pikmin 4's HUD.
Requirements Icon that represents Sparklium on the wiki, based on the icon found in Pikmin 4. × 300
Next area Blossoming Arcadia
Music Sun Speckled Terrace

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The Sun-Speckled Terrace (ひだまりの庭?, lit.: "Courtyard of Sunlight") is the first area in Pikmin 4 after the tutorial in the Rescue Command Post. It resembles a garden with many pots and bricks. Ice Pikmin, Yellow Pikmin and Blue Pikmin can be discovered in this area. There are 7 rescues to be made, 34 treasures (14 above ground), and 2 Onions as well as 2 Flarlic bulbs. This area has Icon that represents Sparklium on the wiki, based on the icon found in Pikmin 4. × 2,920 worth of treasure, of which Icon that represents Sparklium on the wiki, based on the icon found in Pikmin 4. × 1,140 is above ground.

Plot[edit]

This is the first area players land in hopes to find Captain Olimar, more Rescue Corps members, and more Sparklium. The player will also find more Pikmin types, such as Yellow Pikmin and Ice Pikmin.

Layout[edit]

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The following notable features can be found in this area.

  • As part of the playable terrain:
    • Various grassy and dirt terrain.
    • A wooden park bench with metal legs and armrests, though the top of the armrests have a wood slab attached.
    • A gray stepladder with a beige toolbox on top.
    • A slab of wood with a water tap coming out of it.
    • Various walls made of piled-up bricks.
    • Various colored planks of wood poking up from the ground, arranged together to form walls.
    • Pool tiles, alternating in a checkerboard pattern between white and blue.
    • A landing spot identified as "Rugged Scaffold".
    • A landing spot identified as "Ancient Arches".
  • As part of the background:
    • A large iron gate.
    • Surrounding the large gate are decorated stone walls with brick tops.
    • Stairs leading from the gate to the playable area.
    • Shelves with vases and potted plants on them.
    • A wheelbarrow wheel.
    • A tall house in the distance with a grey roof.

Bases[edit]

Caves[edit]

Dandori Challenge[edit]

A Dandori Challenge cave can be found near the 3rd base, Meandering Slope. 20 Ice Pikmin are needed to freeze the water surrounding it, and Oatchi must jump onto the high ledge.

Dandori Battle[edit]

A Dandori Battle cave can be found near the 3rd base, Meandering Slope. A bridge must be built to access the ledge it's on.

Objects[edit]

Treasures[edit]

Onions[edit]

Enemies[edit]

Obstacles[edit]

Tools[edit]

  • Map icon for clay bridges in Pikmin 4. Clay bridge × 3 (requires 22, 23, and 39 raw material)
  • Map icon for climbing walls in Pikmin 4. Climbing wall × 1 (requires 15 raw material)
  • A custom icon representing a clipboard in Pikmin 4. Clipboard × 2 (requires 10 weight and 20 Yellow Pikmin)
  • A custom icon representing a dirt-mound in Pikmin 4. Dirt-mound × 6 (contains 10 raw materials each)

Other[edit]

Night Expeditions[edit]

Ancient Arches[edit]

There is one Lumiknoll located directly at the base. This location has a danger level of 1 and starts the player off with 10 Glow Pikmin.

The player is locked to this location as their first night expedition.

Enemies[edit]

Objects[edit]

  • Map icon for glow pellets in Pikmin 4. Glow pellet × 255
    • Pile of 5 × 6
    • Pile of 10 × 9
    • Pile of 15 × 1
    • Pile of 20 × 3
    • Pile of 30 × 2

Rugged Scaffold[edit]

There is one Lumiknoll located directly at the base. This location has a danger level of 1 and starts the player off with 10 Glow Pikmin.

The player is locked to this location as their second night expedition, after which they can select whichever night expedition locations they would like from then on.

Enemies[edit]

Objects[edit]

  • Map icon for glow pellets in Pikmin 4. Glow pellet × 315
    • Pile of 10 × 6
    • Pile of 15 × 5
    • Pile of 20 × 3
    • Pile of 30 × 1
    • Pile of 40 × 2

Meandering Slope[edit]

There is one Lumiknoll located directly at the base. This location has a danger level of 2 and starts the player off with 10 Glow Pikmin.

Enemies[edit]

Objects[edit]

  • Map icon for glow pellets in Pikmin 4. Glow pellet × 270
    • Pile of 5 × 1
    • Pile of 10 × 13
    • Pile of 15 × 5
    • Pile of 20 × 2

Guide[edit]

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Recommended Types: Red Pikmin, Yellow Pikmin, Ice Pikmin

Olimar's Shipwreck Tale[edit]

Sun-Speckled Terrace
Radar map of the Sun-Speckled Terrace as it appears in Olimar's Shipwreck Tale, rotated to be north-up and with bodies of water composited in.
Ship parts 7
Onions 3
Requirements Unlock Olimar's Shipwreck Tale
Next area Blossoming Arcadia
Music Sun Speckled Terrace (Olimar's Shipwreck Tale)

The Sun-Speckled Terrace is the first area Captain Olimar explores in his Shipwreck Tale.

Plot[edit]

Captain Olimar lands in the Sun-Speckled Terrace to find any missing parts for his ship, the S.S. Dolphin. He manages to find seven of his missing pieces along with the discovery of Red and Yellow Pikmin. The Pikmin help him in the collection of his ship parts and fending off dangerous creatures.

Layout[edit]

The layout of the Sun-Speckled Terrace in Olimar's Shipwreck Tale is almost identical to that of the one in the main game. The major differences are the objects and enemies present, along with the caves entrances and the body of water, south of the Rugged Scaffold base, not being present. The upper section of the area, the place where the Distant Summit base was located, is inaccessible during Olimar's exploration in the area.

Bases[edit]

  • Ancient Arches: unguarded.
  • Rugged Scaffold: the default landing site.
  • Meandering Slope: guarded by a Horned Cannon Beetle.

Objects[edit]

Ship parts[edit]

Onions[edit]

Enemies[edit]

Obstacles[edit]

Tools[edit]

Other[edit]

Guide[edit]

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Gallery[edit]

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Maps[edit]

Trivia[edit]

  • Rugged Scaffold is the only base the player has to unlock to beat the game, due to Night expeditions.
  • Sun Speckled Terrace contains the most regular caves in a single area, with 5 regular caves.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Flag of Japan Japanese ひだまりの庭?
Hidamari no Niwa
Courtyard of Sunlight
Flag of the Republic of China (Taiwan) Chinese
(traditional)
暖陽庭園
Nuǎn Yáng Tíngyuán
Flower Garden of the Warm Sun
Flag of China Chinese
(simplified)
暖阳庭园
Nuǎn Yáng Tíngyuán
Flower Garden of the Warm Sun
Flag of the Netherlands Dutch Zonovergoten landgoed Sun-drenched property
Flag of France French Terrasse ensoleillée Sunny terrace
Flag of Germany German Sonnige Anhöhen Sunny Hills
Flag of Italy Italian Giardino soleggiato Sunny garden
Flag of South Korea Korean 햇살 가득한 정원
Haetsal Gadeukhan Jeong'won
Full of Sunshine Garden
Flag of Spain Spanish Patio soleado Sunny courtyard
Flag of Brazil Portuguese Pátio ensolarado Sunny courtyard

Ancient Arches

Language Name Meaning
Flag of Japan Japanese 古代アーケード前?
Kodai Ākēdo mae
Ancient Arches
Flag of China Chinese 古代拱廊前
Gǔdài Gǒng Láng qián
Ancient Arches
Flag of the Netherlands Dutch Eeuwenoude poorten Ancient gates
Flag of France French Arches vénérables Venerable arches
Flag of Germany German Alte Torbögen Ancient Archways
Flag of Italy Italian Antichi archi Ancient arches
Flag of South Korea Korean 고대 아케이드 앞
godae akeideu ap
Ancient Arches
Flag of Spain Spanish Arcos ancestrales Ancient arches
Flag of Brazil Portuguese Arcos ancestrais Ancient arches

Rugged Scaffold

Language Name Meaning
Flag of Japan Japanese 白亜のやぐら?
Hakua no Yagura
Chalk Watchtower
Flag of the Republic of China (Taiwan) Chinese
(traditional)
白堊哨塔
Bái'è Shàotǎ
Chalk Watchtower
Flag of China Chinese
(simplified)
白垩哨塔
Bái'è Shàotǎ
Chalk Watchtower
Flag of the Netherlands Dutch Witte stellage White scaffold
Flag of France French Échafaudage rustique Rustic scaffold
Flag of Germany German Stabiles Gerüst Stable Scaffold
Flag of Italy Italian Ponteggio agrario Agricultural scaffold
Flag of South Korea Korean 백아의 망루
baeg-aui manglu
White Watchtower
Flag of Spain Spanish Estructura vetusta Ancient structure
Flag of Brazil Portuguese Andaime agrário Agricultural scaffold

Meandering Slope

Language Name Meaning
Flag of France French Versant sinueux Winding slope
Flag of Germany German Gewundene Hügel Winding Hills
Flag of Brazil Portuguese Encosta em espiral Spiraling hillside

Distant Summit

Language Name Meaning
Flag of France French Sommet lointain Distant summit
Flag of Germany German Gipfel in der Ferne Disant Summit
Flag of Brazil Portuguese Pico distante Distant summit

See also[edit]