Treasure Hoard

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Screenshot of the Treasure Hoard.

In Pikmin 2 the Treasure Hoard is an in-game list of all the treasures the player has collected throughout their exploration. To enter the Treasure Hoard's menu, the player must press GCN R.png / Wiimote Dpad right.png when on the area selection menu.

Some differences in the list occur between the Japanese, North American, and European (+ Australian) versions of the game, owing to the fact some objects are real life brands, and the licensing and recognition of these vary between regions; the list in this page contains information for the US and European treasures only. It is the counterpart to the Piklopedia, with the two sharing the same music.

Treasures are arranged into series by subject matter. As each series is completed, the Hocotate ship makes an announcement, describing it and making the sales pitch available for each treasure in the group. In addition to the sales pitch, Olimar's journal is unlocked for every treasure collected. This journal commonly refers to the treasure, but not always. Finally, the Treasure Hoard also points out how many Pokos a treasure is worth, as well as its weight. It should be noted that if the player wishes to see the Hocotate ship's announcements after completing a series, they should check the Treasure Hoard on the same day they complete the series; starting a new day and collecting a treasure in the meantime will not trigger the announcement the next day.

The total treasure value in Pokos is Poko icon.png × 26,985 in the US version, Poko icon.png × 26,885 in the European version, and Poko icon.png × 26,181 in the Japanese version.

List of treasures[edit]



The scenery seen on the Treasure Hoard and Piklopedia will depend on whatever area the ship's icon is on, on the area selection menu. The Valley of Repose, the Awakening Wood and the Perplexing Pool have some notable differences in this version of the area, but the Wistful Wild has no differences in the level design with the only change being the background theme.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Flag of France.svg French Liste des trésors List of treasures
Flag of Germany.svg German Schatzhort Treasure Shelter
Flag of Italy.svg Italian Lista tesori List of treasures
Flag of Spain.svg Spanish Tesoros Treasures

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