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Giant's Hearth

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Giant's Hearth

First opening shot for entering the Giant's Hearth for the first time.

Radar map of the Giant's Hearth, rotated to be north-up and with bodies of water composited in.

Rescues 8
Treasures 55
Onions 3
Caves 3
Dandori Challenges 3
Dandori Battles 1
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Requirements Icon that represents Sparklium on the wiki, based on the icon found in Pikmin 4. × 11,000 and cure Olimar
Next area Primordial Thicket
Music Giant's Hearth

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The Giant's Hearth is the fifth area in Pikmin 4. It takes place just outside a camping site with a tent and fences visible in the background, and an extinguished brick fire pit and a wooden folding chair can be seen as prominent parts of the level. This area has Icon that represents Sparklium on the wiki, based on the icon found in Pikmin 4. × 5,200 worth of treasure, of which Icon that represents Sparklium on the wiki, based on the icon found in Pikmin 4. × 1,760 is above ground.

Plot[edit]

The Rescue Corps goes to this area in search of Nelle, a Koppaite who may be able to cure Oatchi's tail. Right after landing, the player character and Oatchi see Louie and Moss with a castaway who looks like Alph from Pikmin 3. They follow Louie into a cave where he tries to turn the castaway into a leafling. The process fails and he challenges them to a Dandori Battle. Upon defeat, Louie runs off with Moss and the Rescue Corps duo saves the castaway, a different Koppaite named Yorke. In one of the area's three regular caves, the player and Oatchi also rescue Yorke's partner Don Bergman. Yorke and Don Bergman can be rescued in either order.

After Yorke and Don Bergman are reunited, Shepherd asks Don Bergman what happened to Nelle. He remembers seeing a dog-like creature drag her further into the Primordial Thicket.

Layout[edit]

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The following notable features can be found in this area.

  • A pool section with a few Wolpoles.
  • A large campfire, with a pair of bases nearby.
  • A working water pump in the Dandori Battle area.
  • A box in which Dream Home is situated.
  • An alley of pillows.
  • Several Sprinklers, requiring a clay valve to be built.
  • Several Dried plant obstacles requiring fire starters to remove them.
  • A reinforced wall that leads to the area's Sovereign Bulblax and the Rock Onion.
  • As part of the background:
    • The trunk of a tree. Its leaves are too high to see.
    • A red camp chair. Its legs are visible on the terrain, and the player character can go under it.

Bases[edit]

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  • Line of Logs
  • Abandoned Throne
  • The Central Flame

Caves[edit]

Dandori Challenge 1[edit]

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Located at the top of the fire pit/grill, on the side that's only accessible by using a fire starter to reach the protruding bricks that can allow Oatchi to jump all the way to the top.

Dandori Challenge 2[edit]

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Located past a sprinkler on the plateau near the base called Line of Logs.

Dandori Challenge 3[edit]

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Located near the entrance to Dream Home, can be accessed either by pulling down a clipboard to make a bridge for the gap above or by turning off a sprinkler below and using a fire starter to reach the alcove.

Dandori Battle[edit]

The area's Dandori Battle cave, Hot Sandy Duel, can be found near the 3rd base. Down the hill, it is surrounded by shallow water and a low ledge, meaning Oatchi can jump right up to it with ease.

Objects[edit]

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Treasures[edit]

Onions[edit]

Enemies[edit]

Obstacles[edit]

Tools[edit]

Others[edit]

Night Expeditions[edit]

Line of Logs[edit]

There are two Lumiknolls, the blue one located directly at the base and the orange one located up north near the clay mound. This location has a danger level of 3 and starts the player off with 10 Glow Pikmin.

Enemies[edit]

Objects[edit]

  • Map icon for glow pellets in Pikmin 4. Glow pellet × 410
    • Pile of 10 × 14
    • Pile of 15 × 3
    • Pile of 20 × 3
    • Pile of 25 × 1

Abandoned Throne[edit]

There is one Lumiknoll located directly at the base. This location has a danger level of 4 and starts the player off with 10 Glow Pikmin.

Enemies[edit]

Objects[edit]

  • Map icon for glow pellets in Pikmin 4. Glow pellet × 360
    • Pile of 5 × 1
    • Pile of 10 × 5
    • Pile of 15 × 10
    • Pile of 20 × 2
    • Pile of 30 × 3

Guide[edit]

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The strategies shown are just suggestions.

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Gallery[edit]

Maps[edit]

Trivia[edit]

  • This is the only area of Pikmin 4 in which there are no native Ice Pikmin.
  • This is the only area of Pikmin 4 in which Ice Pikmin are not recommended for use.
  • Cuckoo calls can be heard while walking through the area.

Names in other languages[edit]

Giant's Hearth

Language Name Meaning
Flag of Japan Japanese 巨人のかまど?
Kyodai no Kamado
Giant's Kamado
Flag of the Republic of China (Taiwan) Chinese
(traditional)
巨人的爐灶
Jùrén de Lúzào
Giant's Stove
Flag of China Chinese
(simplified)
巨人的炉灶
Jùrén de Lúzào
Giant's Stove
Flag of the Netherlands Dutch Vlammenfort Flame fortress
Flag of France French Âtre des géants Giants' hearth
Flag of Germany German Garten der Giganten Giants' Garden
Flag of Italy Italian Forno del gigante Giant's oven
Flag of South Korea Korean 거인의 화덕
Geoin-ui Hwadeok
Giant's Oven
Flag of Brazil Portuguese Fornalha do gigante Giant's furnace
Flag of Spain Spanish Fogones de gigante Giant's stoves

Line of Logs

Language Name Meaning
Flag of France French Rangée de poteaux Line of posts
Flag of Germany German Holzbarrikade Wooden barricade
Flag of Brazil Portuguese Fileira de troncos Row of logs

Abandoned Throne

Language Name Meaning
Flag of France French Trône abandonné Abandoned throne
Flag of Germany German Verlassener Thron Abandoned throne
Flag of Brazil Portuguese Trono abandonado Abandoned throne

The Central Flame

Language Name Meaning
Flag of France French Foyer central Central hearth
Flag of Germany German Zentralflamme Central flame
Flag of Brazil Portuguese Chama central Central flame

See also[edit]

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