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Utter Scrap

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Utter Scrap Treasure Hoard icon.
The Utter Scrap.
Number 63 (US and Europe)
62 (Japan)
Series Cook's Arsenal Series
Value Icon for Pokos. Used on Template:Pokos. × 170
Weight 35
Maximum carriers 45 Pikmin
Location Valley of Repose
Challenge Mode levels None

The Utter Scrap (とことんスクラップ?, lit.: "Utter Scrap") is the second treasure found in Pikmin 2. It is actually a crushed soda can. Despite many Pikmin 2 treasures being items that can actually be found in the real world, the Utter Scrap appears to be entirely fictional. Judging from the "ONE" and the up arrow on its body, the odds are that it is an entirely imagined brand, with a logo that states "One-up", a common term in video games that indicates an extra life; the "brand" may simply be a reference to the video-game terminology. Other than the logo, "250ml" is also written on the can.

Collecting the treasure[edit]

Location of the treasure on the radar. Click for a bigger image.

This treasure is in the Valley of Repose and its location is blocked by a bag which requires 35 Pikmin to deflate. In the area behind the bag, there is a Dwarf Red Bulborb and a sleeping Red Bulborb with the Utter Scrap in the far corner.

Notes

Olimar's journal

GameCube icon. GameCube
The area we recently touched down in is blanketed with a fresh layer of frozen precipitation. As tranquil and relaxing as it is, I named it the Valley of Repose. Using Pikmin to move obstacles, I was able to open up some new areas to exploration, where I found this hunk of metal.
Icon for the Wii. Wii US version US version
The area we recently touched down in is blanketed with a fresh layer of frozen precipitation. As tranquil and relaxing as it is, I named it the Valley of Repose. Using Pikmin to move obstacles, I was able to open up some new areas to exploration, where I found this hunk of metal.
Icon for the Wii. Wii European version European version
The area we recently touched down in is blanketed with a fresh layer of frozen precipitation. As tranquil and relaxing as it is, I named it the Valley of Repose. Using Pikmin to move obstacles, I was able to open up some new areas for exploration, where I found this hunk of metal.

Sales pitch

Throw this flimsy piece of scrap metal out! ...Or can garbage this banal become a work of art?

Gallery[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Flag of Japan Japanese とことんスクラップ?
Tokoton Sukurappu
Utter Scrap
Flag of France French Ferraille Suprême Supreme Scrap
Flag of Germany German Totaler Müll Utter Trash
Flag of Italy Italian Scarto totale
Flag of Spain Spanish Chatarrísima Very junky
Flag of Mexico Spanish (NoA) Chatarrísima Very junky