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Snagret Hole
Snagret Hole sublevel 6.jpg
Location Awakening Wood
Sublevels 7
Treasures 15
Hazards Water icon.png Electricity icon.png Poison icon.png
Obstacles Bodies of water White bramble gate icon.png Black bramble gate icon.png High Ledges Boulder icon.png

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The strategies presented may not be the only ones or the best ones.

The Snagret Hole (ヘビガラスの穴?, lit.: "Snagret Hole") is a cave in Pikmin 2, and is typically the last cave in the Awakening Wood to be accessed. It is the hardest cave found in the area, featuring several Burrowing Snagrets, and the boss at the end is the Pileated Snagret. In the US version, this cave has Poko icon.png × 1215 worth of treasure. In the European version, there are Poko icon.png × 1245 worth of treasure.

How to reach[edit]

AW texture.png
Cave icon.png
Location of the cave.

To reach the Snagret Hole, you should start near the location of the Geographic Projection. Proceeding past the treasure's location will lead to water containing two Yellow Wollywogs and two bridges. Blue Pikmin are required to reach the first bridge, and White Pikmin are needed to unfurl the second, owing to the gas pipes underneath it. A Burrowing Snagret can be found guarding a bramble gate under a tree's roots. Destroying the bramble gate allows access to the Snagret Hole.

There is no fire in the Snagret Hole, but there are Candypop Buds. Only bring Red Pikmin if you intend to use them in the Candypop Buds, or as extra firepower. A large squad of Blue Pikmin is recommended due to the large amount of water in sublevel 6, where the 20 Pikmin-heavy Salivatrix resides.

Notes

Ship's dialogs

Intriguing! My acoustic sensors are picking up a high-pitched wail.

It seems to emanate from the area near this gigantic stump.

This large root must penetrate deep beneath the planet's surface. Fascinating...

Sublevel 1[edit]

This is the layout for the first sublevel of the Snagret Hole. The way the land is distributed will always remain the same.

The first sublevel of the Snagret Hole isn't that difficult, but you should be alert. Take some Pikmin and go to the main circular area. Go in and defeat the Male Sheargrubs. After that, take a small squad of Purple Pikmin and defeat the Orange Bulborb that holds the Crystallized Telekinesis. A good idea is to punch it with a leader and run away so that it will go back to sleep while facing the other way.

After the treasure is retrieved, go up the rising trail into the wooden bird house. The hole to the next sublevel is there, but make sure to first get the Leviathan Feather, which should be next to it. After that is carried the pod, jump in the hole.

The wall with the root opposite to the ramp that goes up has a gap in it. If a Pikmin is thrown at the top of that root, they can fall out of bounds and die.[1]

Technical sublevel information
Internal cave name forest_4
"Main" object maximum (?) 5
"Treasure" object maximum (?) 1
"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_units_torigoya_kusachi.txt
Lighting file (?) normal_light_lv0.ini
Background (?) None
Cave units (?)
room_torigoya_kusachi
Corridor connected to bird house
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
- Crystallized Telekinesis icon.png Crystallized Telekinesis Carried inside entry with ID 1
2 Male Sheargrub icon.png Male Sheargrub 2 None "Easy" enemy spots
Alongside it spawns 2 "main" objects. Chances:
ID Object Chance Fall method Spawn location
2 Male Sheargrub icon.png Male Sheargrub 100% None "Easy" enemy spots
Then it spawns these "treasure" objects:
ID Object Amount Fall method Spawn location
3 Leviathan Feather icon.png Leviathan Feather 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 Snagret Hole is a large grassy plain, and it has two rather large treasures as well. There are Creeping Chrysanthemums, Cloaking Burrow-nits, Male Sheargrubs, and Shearwigs. It also has an Ivory Candypop Bud that will only appear if you have less than 20 White Pikmin in total.

Keep the Pikmin close and it should be a breeze. Take the Pikmin and scout out the area. Defeat enemies that get in the leader's way. You may need to overcome bodies of water. Pikmin can be thrown on the side of the rock barrier and lead around by moving the group, or can be waded across the lake.

Find the two treasures, which are both in alcoves; the Combustion Berry, and the Taste Sensation are these treasures. There may be eggs in alcoves if nectar is needed. After patrolling the sublevel, you can move on.

Technical sublevel information
Internal cave name forest_4
"Main" object maximum (?) 12
"Treasure" object maximum (?) 2
"Gate" object maximum (?) 0
Dead end unit probability (?) 100
Number of rooms (?) 3
Corridor-to-room ratio (?) 0
Escape geyser (?) No
Clogged hole (?) 0
Cave units file (?) 3_ABE_5X5a_ike_big_kusachi.txt
Lighting file (?) kusachi_light_lv0.ini
Background (?) hiroba (P2 VRBOX hiroba.png garden)
Cave units (?)
item_cap_kusachi
way3_kusachi
way4_kusachi
wayl_kusachi
way2_kusachi
way2x2_kusachi
Dead end with item Three-way crossing Four-way crossing Turning corridor Corridor Long corridor
room_5x5a_2_kusachi
room_big_kusachi
room_ike_kusachi
Room with round corridors Room with an upside-down bucket Room with small pond
Detailed object list
The game spawns these "main" objects:
ID Object Amount Fall method Spawn location
1 Creeping Chrysanthemum icon.png Creeping Chrysanthemum 2 None "Hard" enemy spots
2 Cloaking Burrow-nit icon.png Cloaking Burrow-nit 2 None "Hard" enemy spots
3 Male Sheargrub icon.png Male Sheargrub 5 None "Easy" enemy spots
4 Shearwig icon.png Shearwig 3 None Cave unit seams
Then it spawns these "decoration" objects:
ID Object Amount Fall method Spawn location
5 Dandelion icon.png Dandelion 2 None Plant spots
6 Margaret icon.png Margaret 6 None Plant spots
7 Clover icon.png Clover 8 None Plant spots
8 Figwort icon.png Figwort (small red) 8 None Plant spots
Then it spawns these "treasure" objects:
ID Object Amount Fall method Spawn location
9 Combustion Berry icon.png Combustion Berry 1 None Treasure spots
10 Taste Sensation icon.png Taste Sensation 1 None Treasure spots
Then it spawns these "dead end" objects:
ID Object Amount Fall method Spawn location
11 Ivory Candypop Bud icon.png Ivory Candypop Bud 1 None Dead ends
Then it spawns "dead end" objects in as many dead ends as it can. Chances:
ID Object Chance Fall method Spawn location
12 Egg icon.png Egg 100% None Dead ends
For details on how objects are spawned, and how some may fail to spawn, see here.

Sublevel 3[edit]

This is the layout for the third sublevel of the Snagret Hole. The way the land is distributed will always remain the same. The location of the next hole, the Ivory and Violet Candypop Bud, and some eggs may vary.
See also: Burrowing Snagret strategy.

The third sublevel of the Snagret Hole will reveal very easily why the cave was given its name, for there are two Burrowing Snagrets found here. One of them has the treasure, the Meat Satchel. Use the Treasure Gauge to find which one, and then defeat it. Pay attention to where it appears, because the foliage may make it slightly hard to see it when it comes out. You may want to fight the other one as well, for both of them protect alcoves blocked by gates, which may have useful resources for you. A Swooping Snitchbug is also here, and it may be distracting; defeat it if necessary.

After the area is secured from all enemy threats, go and destroy all six of the gates. One has the hole to the next area, one has an Ivory Candypop Bud, and another one has a Violet Candypop Bud, and the others may have eggs to flower the Pikmin if they lost their flowers from being shaken off. After replenishing the Pikmin, proceed to the next area.

Technical sublevel information
Internal cave name forest_4
"Main" object maximum (?) 3
"Treasure" object maximum (?) 0
"Gate" object maximum (?) 6
Dead end unit probability (?) 0
Number of rooms (?) 1
Corridor-to-room ratio (?) 0
Escape geyser (?) No
Clogged hole (?) No
Cave units file (?) 1_ABE_mid1_boss_tsuchi.txt
Lighting file (?) normal_light_lv2.ini
Background (?) None
Cave units (?)
item_cap_tsuchi
way3_tsuchi
way4_tsuchi
wayl_tsuchi
way2_tsuchi
way2x2_tsuchi
Dead end with item Three-way crossing Four-way crossing Turning corridor Corridor Long corridor
room_mid1_6_boss_tsuchi
Room with 6 exits
Detailed object list
The game spawns these "main" objects:
ID Object Amount Fall method Spawn location
1 Burrowing Snagret icon.png Burrowing Snagret 1 None "Special" enemy spots
- Meat Satchel icon.png Meat Satchel Carried inside entry with ID 1
2 Burrowing Snagret icon.png Burrowing Snagret 1 None "Special" enemy spots
3 Swooping Snitchbug icon.png Swooping Snitchbug 1 None "Hard" enemy spots
Then it spawns these "decoration" objects:
ID Object Amount Fall method Spawn location
4 Figwort icon.png Figwort (small red) 6 None Plant spots
5 Figwort icon.png Figwort (large red) 4 None Plant spots
Then it spawns these "dead end" objects:
ID Object Amount Fall method Spawn location
7 Ivory Candypop Bud icon.png Ivory Candypop Bud 1 None Dead ends
8 Violet Candypop Bud icon.png Violet Candypop Bud 1 None Dead ends
Then it spawns "dead end" objects in as many dead ends as it can. Chances:
ID Object Chance Fall method Spawn location
9 Egg icon.png Egg 100% None Dead ends
Then it spawns 6 "gate" objects. Chances:
ID Object Chance Fall method Spawn location
6 Gate (2500 HP) 100% None Gate spots
For details on how objects are spawned, and how some may fail to spawn, see here.

Sublevel 4[edit]

This next sublevel is rather complex, for it is mixed with all sorts of challenges and obstacles for the Pikmin. This is a metallic area, so make sure Pikmin aren't thrown off the edge by leaders or enemies. There are three treasures, and you need to be careful not to let the Pikmin wander into danger when the treasure is collected.

First off, deal with any electrical wires with Yellow Pikmin, so they don't get in the way in the future. Then take in a squad of Purple Pikmin and have them defeat all the enemies. There are Watery Blowhogs, Dwarf Orange Bulborbs and Armored Cannon Beetle Larvae that will pose a threat, however, the Armored Cannon Beetles can be used for your benefit if you lead them to aim their rocks at other enemies. Watch out for any boulders that the Beetles launch, and make sure that when the large enemies buck your Pikmin off, that they aren't facing the void, or your Pikmin could get thrown to their deaths.

Be warned, there is one Armored Cannon Beetle Larva that falls from the sky, and could give the leader and the Pikmin an ambush. If there is trouble attempting to find it, use the Treasure Gauge, for it must be defeated in order to get the Heavy-duty Magnetizer. After the area is secured, find the Cupid's Grenade and the Crystallized Telepathy. A few eggs may appear on this sublevel, but after using those if necessary, move on.

Technical sublevel information
Internal cave name forest_4
"Main" object maximum (?) 12
"Treasure" object maximum (?) 2
"Gate" object maximum (?) 0
Dead end unit probability (?) 50
Number of rooms (?) 3
Corridor-to-room ratio (?) 0.05
Escape geyser (?) No
Clogged hole (?) No
Cave units file (?) 3_ABE_mid2_hit446_hit344.txt
Lighting file (?) metal_light_lv3.ini
Background (?) test (P2 VRBOX test.png cavern)
Cave units (?)
item_cap_metal
way3_metal
way4_metal
wayl_metal
way2_metal
way2x2_metal
Dead end with item Three-way crossing Four-way crossing Turning corridor Corridor Long corridor
room_mid2_3_metal
room_hitode3x4_4_metal
room_hitode4x4_6_metal
T-shaped room Roughly plus-shaped room Room with hatch
Detailed object list
The game spawns these "main" objects:
ID Object Amount Fall method Spawn location
1 Armored Cannon Beetle Larva Armored Cannon Beetle Larva (surface) 1 None "Hard" enemy spots
2 Armored Cannon Beetle Larva Armored Cannon Beetle Larva (surface) 1 Falls from the sky "Hard" enemy spots
- Heavy-duty Magnetizer icon.png Heavy-duty Magnetizer Carried inside entry with ID 2
3 Watery Blowhog icon.png Watery Blowhog 1 None "Hard" enemy spots
4 Watery Blowhog icon.png Watery Blowhog 1 None "Hard" enemy spots
5 Dwarf Orange Bulborb icon.png Dwarf Orange Bulborb 2 None "Easy" enemy spots
6 Electrical wire icon.png Electrical wire 3 None Cave unit seams
Alongside it spawns 3 "main" objects. Chances:
ID Object Chance Fall method Spawn location
5 Dwarf Orange Bulborb icon.png Dwarf Orange Bulborb 100% None "Easy" enemy spots
Then it spawns these "decoration" objects:
ID Object Amount Fall method Spawn location
7 Glowstem icon.png Glowstem (red) 5 None Plant spots
8 Glowstem icon.png Glowstem (green) 5 None Plant spots
Then it spawns these "treasure" objects:
ID Object Amount Fall method Spawn location
9 Cupid's Grenade TH icon.png Cupid's Grenade 1 None Treasure spots
10 Crystallized Telepathy icon.png Crystallized Telepathy 1 None Treasure spots
Then it spawns these "dead end" objects:
ID Object Amount Fall method Spawn location
11 Egg icon.png Egg 3 Falls from the sky Dead ends
For details on how objects are spawned, and how some may fail to spawn, see here.

Sublevel 5[edit]

Another metallic sublevel, but less dangerous; the only thing close to dangerous around here is the Antenna Beetle, but it shouldn't be that hard to fight. Take a squad of Purple Pikmin, and go after the quirky creature, making sure that if Dwarf Orange Bulborbs fall from the sky that you deal with them. Once you've pinpointed the Antenna Beetle, pound it with your bulky purples, and it should be gone quickly. It should drop the Emperor Whistle.

Now that the Treasure Gauge is operating correctly, use it to find the last treasure on this sublevel which is actually held by one of the Dwarf Orange Bulborbs that fall from the sky (unless it is already found and killed), which should be the Crystallized Clairvoyance. There are quite a few eggs, but you can move on after finding them.

Interestingly, the version of Metal 3 that plays on this sublevel is different from the usual version, with a slightly different melody and different atonal group.

Technical sublevel information
Internal cave name forest_4
"Main" object maximum (?) 6
"Treasure" object maximum (?) 0
"Gate" object maximum (?) 0
Dead end unit probability (?) 50
Number of rooms (?) 3
Corridor-to-room ratio (?) 0
Escape geyser (?) No
Clogged hole (?) No
Cave units file (?) 3_ABE_cent_4x4_mid1_metal.txt
Lighting file (?) metal_light_lv4.ini
Background (?) test (P2 VRBOX test.png cavern)
Cave units (?)
cap_metal
item_cap_metal
way3_metal
way4_metal
wayl_metal
way2_metal
Dead end Dead end with item Three-way crossing Four-way crossing Turning corridor Corridor
room_cent_4_metal
room_hitode4x4_7_metal
room_mid1_6_metal
Circular room with 4 exits Room with large blue circle Long room with 6 exits
Detailed object list
The game spawns these "main" objects:
ID Object Amount Fall method Spawn location
1 Antenna Beetle icon.png Antenna Beetle 1 None "Hard" enemy spots
- Emperor Whistle icon.png Emperor Whistle Carried inside entry with ID 1
2 Dwarf Orange Bulborb icon.png Dwarf Orange Bulborb 1 Falls when Pikmin are nearby "Hard" enemy spots
- Crystallized Clairvoyance icon.png Crystallized Clairvoyance Carried inside entry with ID 2
3 Dwarf Orange Bulborb icon.png Dwarf Orange Bulborb 4 Falls from the sky "Hard" enemy spots
Then it spawns these "decoration" objects:
ID Object Amount Fall method Spawn location
4 Glowstem icon.png Glowstem (red) 5 None Plant spots
5 Glowstem icon.png Glowstem (green) 5 None Plant spots
Then it spawns these "dead end" objects:
ID Object Amount Fall method Spawn location
7 Dwarf Orange Bulborb icon.png Dwarf Orange Bulborb 2 Falls from the sky Dead ends
Then it spawns "dead end" objects in as many dead ends as it can. Chances:
ID Object Chance Fall method Spawn location
6 Egg icon.png Egg 100% None Dead ends
For details on how objects are spawned, and how some may fail to spawn, see here.

Sublevel 6[edit]

See also: Burrowing Snagret strategy.

The cave shows the meaning behind its name once more, as you are now on another sublevel with two Burrowing Snagrets. This sixth sublevel is still not very hard if prepared. If there are very few Blue Pikmin, it is recommended to use the three Lapis Lazuli Candypop Buds along with a Queen Candypop Bud because quite a few might be needed.

Take some Blue Pikmin and Purple Pikmin, and scout out the area. Use White Pikmin to deactivate poisonous gas pipes that you will come across. Be warned, if a very enclosed space surrounded by many water puddles is found, get ready to fight the first Snagret. It is near water, so a lot of caution is required when fighting it. Use the same Snagret fighting strategies when fighting it; just don't let any Pikmin drown. This particular Snagret, when defeated, will always hold the Triple Sugar Threat, the other one has no treasure at all.

When treasures are being transported, make sure to use Blue Pikmin when necessary; this is why bringing a large amount of Blue Pikmin is recommended. If the little strips of land are seen, you may be able to guide non-Blue Pikmin around these lakes, and into the next area. The other Snagret is easier to beat because it is in a wider area, but be careful, an Antenna Beetle will usually lurk around this area. Once the other Snagret is gone it will be easier to find the other treasures.

Take out the Antenna Beetle so the Treasure Gauge is usable, and search for a Dwarf Orange Bulborb that drops from the sky out of nowhere. Then defeat it to get the Stupendous Lens/Mysterious Remains/Ultimate Spinner. Take large squads of Pikmin, and find the bramble gate that the Salivatrix is hidden behind. After that, find the Science Project, a small but important treasure that is actually a four-leaf clover. There is no nectar or other useful items to be found here, so progress down the hole to the last sublevel.

To note is that it is possible for the Dwarf Orange Bulborb to spawn out of bounds, due to the way random cave sublevel generation shuffles around object positions when spawning them. This will result in the creature dying right away, and for its treasure to respawn nearby inside the cave. This respawn can be seen when the player approaches the spot the enemy was meant to appear in.

Technical sublevel information
Internal cave name forest_4
"Main" object maximum (?) 9
"Treasure" object maximum (?) 2
"Gate" object maximum (?) 3
Dead end unit probability (?) 100
Number of rooms (?) 4
Corridor-to-room ratio (?) 0
Escape geyser (?) No
Clogged hole (?) No
Cave units file (?) 3_ABE_b_f_g_conc.txt
Lighting file (?) normal_light_lv4.ini
Background (?) None
Cave units (?)
item_cap_conc
way3_conc
way4_conc
wayl_conc
way2_conc
way2x2_conc
Dead end with item Three-way crossing Four-way crossing Turning corridor Corridor Long corridor
room_4x4b_4_conc
room_4x4f_4_conc
room_4x4g_4_conc
Room with 4 exits Room with 4 exits and a stone ledge Room with 4 exits and 2 walls
Detailed object list
The game spawns these "main" objects:
ID Object Amount Fall method Spawn location
1 Burrowing Snagret icon.png Burrowing Snagret 1 None "Special" enemy spots
- Triple Sugar Threat icon.png Triple Sugar Threat Carried inside entry with ID 1
2 Dwarf Orange Bulborb icon.png Dwarf Orange Bulborb 1 Falls from the sky "Easy" enemy spots
- Stupendous Lens icon.png Stupendous Lens (US)
Mysterious Remains icon.png Mysterious Remains (EU)
Ultimate Spinner icon.png Ultimate Spinner (JP)
Carried inside entry with ID 2
3 Burrowing Snagret icon.png Burrowing Snagret 1 None "Special" enemy spots
4 Antenna Beetle icon.png Antenna Beetle 1 None "Hard" enemy spots
5 Gas pipe icon.png Gas pipe 5 None Cave unit seams
Then it spawns these "decoration" objects:
ID Object Amount Fall method Spawn location
7 Clover icon.png Clover 5 None Plant spots
Then it spawns these "treasure" objects:
ID Object Amount Fall method Spawn location
8 Science Project icon.png Science Project 1 None Treasure spots
9 Salivatrix icon.png Salivatrix (US/EU)
Coiny The Refined icon.png Coiny The Refined (JP)
1 None Treasure spots
Then it spawns these "dead end" objects:
ID Object Amount Fall method Spawn location
11 Queen Candypop Bud icon.png Queen Candypop Bud 1 None Dead ends
12 Ivory Candypop Bud icon.png Ivory Candypop Bud 1 None Dead ends
13 Lapis Lazuli Candypop Bud icon.png Lapis Lazuli Candypop Bud 3 None Dead ends
Then it spawns "dead end" objects in as many dead ends as it can. Chances:
ID Object Chance Fall method Spawn location
14 Clover icon.png Clover 100% None Dead ends
Then it spawns 3 "gate" objects. Chances:
ID Object Chance Fall method Spawn location
10 Gate (2500 HP) 100% None Gate spots
For details on how objects are spawned, and how some may fail to spawn, see here.

Sublevel 7[edit]

This is the layout for the last sublevel of the Snagret Hole. The way the land is distributed will usually remain the same. You will always spawn somewhere along the edge of the circular area. The location of Queen Candypop Buds and eggs may vary. Some alcoves may or may not be blocked by a bramble gate.
See also: Pileated Snagret strategy.

The Pileated Snagret is found on this floor, and it is best to be ready, for it is a dangerous boss. This bigger, more powerful, and tougher version of the Burrowing Snagret can eat Pikmin at a greater range, and they'll be harder to save without keeping the Snagret distracted with damage, so it would be at your best interest to use an ultra-spicy spray while fighting it.

The leaders will spawn along the outer edge of a large raised plateau, but don't move forward just yet. Take Purple Pikmin and/or Yellow Pikmin if you wish, and when the Snagret comes out, start attacking it, making sure the Pikmin land close and on its head to cause damage. If a high amount of damage is dealt, the Snagret won't have a chance to retaliate, and will burrow back into the ground.

Follow the strategy, and when the boss is defeated, it will leave the Justice Alloy. With it, the Metal Suit Z is unlocked, which increases the health of the leaders' spacesuits.

If the Pikmin have been deflowered from being shaken off by the boss, or if you've lost a lot of Pikmin, destroy some of the Bramble Gates that seal off two Queen Candypop Buds and several eggs. After the Pikmin army's recovery is complete, exit the cave with the geyser.

Technical sublevel information
Internal cave name forest_4
"Main" object maximum (?) 1
"Treasure" object maximum (?) 0
"Gate" object maximum (?) 5
Dead end unit probability (?) 0
Number of rooms (?) 1
Corridor-to-room ratio (?) 0
Escape geyser (?) Yes
Clogged hole (?) No
Cave units file (?) 1_ABE_manp_boss_conc.txt
Lighting file (?) normal_light_lv4.ini
Background (?) None
Cave units (?)
item_cap_conc
way3_conc
way4_conc
wayl_conc
way2_conc
way2x2_conc
Dead end with item Three-way crossing Four-way crossing Turning corridor Corridor Long corridor
room_manh7x7p_boss_conc
Pileated Snagret arena
Detailed object list
The game spawns these "main" objects:
ID Object Amount Fall method Spawn location
1 Pileated Snagret icon.png Pileated Snagret 1 None "Special" enemy spots
- Justice Alloy icon.png Justice Alloy Carried inside entry with ID 1
Then it spawns these "dead end" objects:
ID Object Amount Fall method Spawn location
3 Queen Candypop Bud icon.png Queen Candypop Bud 2 None Dead ends
Then it spawns "dead end" objects in as many dead ends as it can. Chances:
ID Object Chance Fall method Spawn location
4 Egg icon.png Egg 100% None Dead ends
Then it spawns 5 "gate" objects. Chances:
ID Object Chance Fall method Spawn location
2 Gate (2500 HP) 100% None Gate spots
For details on how objects are spawned, and how some may fail to spawn, see here.

Gallery[edit]

Trivia[edit]

The second sublevel's landscape visible below the first.
  • If one looks in the cracks between the birdhouse in the first sublevel, they can see the open field layout from the second sublevel. This is better seen by hacking the camera.
  • The location of this cave is right next to where three Burrowing Snagrets are fought in The Forest of Hope in the original Pikmin.
  • It is entirely possible to reach this cave without going to the Perplexing Pool or getting Blue Pikmin. After eliminating the Wollywogs in the pond leading to the cave as well as any shear grubs on the middle island, one could, with enough skill, throw a Red Pikmin to the far shore, build the bridge, then have White Pikmin build the other. This could be considered a type of challenge or a speedrunning tactic for some, as you can also enter the cave in this way without Yellow Pikmin. In addition, a carrying path oversight allows a leader to reach the cave's ledge from the landing site with minimal effort.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Flag of Japan Japanese ダチョウの巣窟?
Hebigarasu no Ana
Snagret Hole
Flag of France French Gîte Snabrek Snagret's Home
Flag of Germany German Schnappers Nest Snagret's Nest
Flag of Italy Italian Covo Letale Lethal Den
Flag of Mexico Spanish (NoA) Nido del Tagarrote Snagret Nest

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ YouTube video of Pikmin being thrown at the gap in the wall, published on October 7th, 2019, retrieved on October 7th, 2019