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Sweat-Soaked Blue Bird

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Sweat-Soaked Blue Bird
Pikmin 4 treasure
Treasure Catalog icon.
Icon for the Sweat-Soaked Blue Bird, from Pikmin 4's Treasure Catalog.
Series Toys of Giants Series
Value Icon that represents Sparklium on the wiki, based on the icon found in Pikmin 4. × 40
Weight 3
Maximum carriers 6
Locations Blossoming Arcadia, The Mud Pit
Dandori Challenge stages None
Dandori Battle stages None
Total amount 2

The Sweat-Soaked Blue Bird is a treasure in Pikmin 4, found in the Blossoming Arcadia and The Mud Pit. It is a blue origami crane.

Collecting the treasure[edit]

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The strategies shown are just suggestions.

Blossoming Arcadia[edit]

There is a Sweat-Soaked Blue Bird on the ground near the south of the overworld, directly south of the starting base. It is guarded by a Downy Snagret, which should be defeated before attempting to collect this treasure, although it is not strictly necessary. To collect this treasure, you must throw 3 Pikmin at it.

The Mud Pit[edit]

There is a Sweat-Soaked Blue Bird stuck in the mud east of the center of sublevel 2 of The Mud Pit, next to a Skin of the Phoenix. It is guarded by three Muckerskates, which should be defeated before attempting to collect it, although it isn't necessary to do so. To collect this treasure, you should throw 3 Winged Pikmin at it. However, you can also rush it with Oatchi, either by freezing the mud or by rushing from the bridge.


Schnauz's notes[edit]

Someone put a great deal of work into crafting this particular replica of an avian creature. Clearly each inch, each crevice has been infused with the sweat and prayers of its creator. But all that hard work and dedication has paid off. Behold! The aura that emanates from these folds foretells of great things to come. Perhaps happiness truly does arrive on the wings of a bird.

Olimar's notes[edit]

Attaching an intangible wish to a tangible object seems to be a universal habit. I wish for my family's happiness but haven't quite found the right talisman to attach to it. My family must be wishing for my safe return. I hope they have better luck!

Louie's notes[edit]

Not the most comfortable bird to ride, but I like its color.


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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning Notes
Flag of Japan Japanese しわあせの青い鳥?
Shiwa-ase no Aoi Tori
Sweat-Soaked Blue Bird Corruption of 幸せの青い鳥?, lit.: "Bluebird of Happiness", changing 幸せ?, lit.: "happiness" into ?, lit.: "wrinkle, crease" + ?, lit.: "sweat"
Flag of the Republic of China (Taiwan) Chinese
Xìngfú de Qīngniǎo
Bluebird of Happiness
Flag of China Chinese
Xìngfú de Qīngniǎo
Bluebird of Happiness
Flag of the Netherlands Dutch Hemelsblauwe vogel Sky blue bird
Flag of France French Oiseau bleu du bonheur Blue bird of happiness
Flag of Germany German Glücksverheißender Vogel Luck Promising Bird
Flag of Italy Italian Gru blu portafortuna Luckbringer blue crane
Flag of South Korea Korean 행복의 파랑새
Haengbog-ui Parangsae
Bluebird of Happiness
Flag of Brazil Portuguese Fortúnio azul Blue fortune
Flag of Spain Spanish Ave azul replegada Folded blue bird

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