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Scourge of the Skies

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Scourge of the Skies
Sector 8 – Area A
The first two Centipares in Scourge of the Skies.
Treasures 2 (list)
Obstacles A Hydroe bramble icon, used to represent the obstacle found in the games.
Pikmin available Winged Pikmin
Requirements Complete Cold-Hearted Guardian
Next area Septic Swamp
Music Lushlife Murk area
Lushlife Murk area - back side

Scourge of the Skies (そらとぶ げんせいせいぶつ?) is the first main area in the Lushlife Murk. It introduces the Centipares, and challenges the player's skill by making Captain Olimar have to go from Centipare to Centipare to proceed forward, which can be accomplished by falling from one to the next, or by using the jetpack.


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Description[edit]

This area, as the first level of the Lushlife Murk, introduces the player to poison hazards. Being mainly made of poison, the area obliges the player to use the many Centipares as platforms, which are also introduced in this level. The player must also be aware of the many Hydroe brambles in the area, which can be a huge threat to Olimar and his Pikmin. The player can find two treasures in this area. The first one is the Flauntulent Bauble, which can be found after a doorway, accessible only through the use of Centipares as elevators. The second one is the Star-Beaten Jewel, which can be found near the end of the area.

Cutscenes[edit]

Cutscene Screenshot Trigger Description
Coppeller group The Coppeller cutscene in Scourge of the Skies. When there's a stretch of land after the first few Centipares, the player lands there and moves forward a bit. Four Winged Pikmin peek their heads from behind a bush, looking at a Coppeller that flies by. When the creature passes by them, they spring out of the bush, and start to chase after it, but are quickly forced to stop and retreat, since the Coppeller came back, followed by three others. The Pikmin hide back into the bush and stay there as the Coppellers fly by.
Precarious bridge The bridge cutscene in Scourge of the Skies. In the room with the Flauntulent Bauble, the player enters the top doorway to exit. Olimar and four Winged Pikmin are walking in a tunnel, and part of the floor is made of small twigs on top of a chasm, making a bridge. Olimar quickly notices the bridge is giving way, and then falls down. The Pikmin with him quickly swoop down, catch him, and carry him back to safety on the other side. With a sigh of relief, Olimar continues forward.

Pikmin locations[edit]

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Objects[edit]

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Treasures[edit]

Enemies[edit]

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Obstacles[edit]

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Others[edit]

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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Flag of Japan Japanese そらとぶ げんせいせいぶつ?
Sora tobu gen seisei butsu
Flag of the Netherlands Dutch Gevleugelde plaag Winged plague
Flag of France French Bruissement aérien Aerial rustle
Flag of Germany German Fliegende Kreaturen Flying Creatures
Flag of Italy Italian Cieli incerti Uncertain skies
Flag of Mexico Spanish (NoA) Plaga aérea Aerial plague
Flag of Spain Spanish (NoE) Plaga Aérea Aerial Plague