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Foaming Lake

Foaming Lake
Sector 2 – Area A
The first large lake in the Foaming Lake.
Treasures 3
Pikmin available Blue Pikmin
Pikmin discovered Blue Pikmin
Requirements Complete The Shadow in the Brush
Next area Serene Stream
Music Verdant Waterfront area
Verdant Waterfront area - back side

Foaming Lake (あぶくの みずうみ?, lit.: "Foam lake") is the first main area in the Verdant Waterfront. It is almost entirely underwater in a lake, and is the first area in Hey! Pikmin with water and Blue Pikmin. There are many underwater creatures throughout the level, such as Eye-Stalker Bulbeels which are actually found most frequently here. It is also more spread out than most underwater levels, giving the player and enemies a lot of room to swim in.

DescriptionEdit

This area takes place in a big lake, and serves as an introduction for aquatic environments to the player. Right at the start, the player has to dive into water, in a small puddle. After this, the player dives again in the water, but this time, Olimar meets some aquatic creatures, such as Puckering Blinnows and Eye-Stalker Bulbeels. He also encounters some Blue Pikmin, who make their first appearance in the game. After a long travel through a path infested with the two harmful creatures previously mentioned, the player can get access of the first treasure, the Giga Whistle. The protagonist just has to be careful to not be attacked by the Eye-Stalker Bulbeel, hidden near the entrance of the small path to the treasure. Near it, the player just has to climb some vines to access the second treasure, the Rocket Polish. Some time after this, the player will come across some dirt blocks blocking the way to a door, in addition to a Large Splurchin. On the other side, the player has to swim quickly in a long doorway, because the protagonist is followed by a big Large Splurchin. This long doorway leads to another door. On the other side, Olimar will face three Eye-Stalker Bulbeels and some Puckering Blinnows. This army of creatures protects the last treasure, the Berserker Brush. The end of the level isn't very far away from it.

CutscenesEdit

Cutscene Screenshot Trigger Description
Puckering Blinnow attack   The player advances a bit beyond the first Eye-Stalker Bulbeel. Four Blue Pikmin appear swimming away from a Puckering Blinnow – they even swim in a loop to try to lose the enemy. They eventually swim into an underwater bush, and the creature loses track of them. A second or two pass, one of the Pikmin pokes its head out, and then goes back in.
Diving Pikmin   The player goes destroys the dirt blocks and advances forward when the path goes up and splits left and right. Four Blue Pikmin pop out of a bush. One by one, they head for the ledge and dive into the water. The first does a double backflip, the second does a double frontflip, and the other two go for a simple cannonball.

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Names in other languagesEdit

Language Name Meaning
  Japanese あぶくの みずうみ?
Abuku no mizuumi
Foam lake
  Dutch Bruisermeer Bruiser lake
  French Lagon bubulles Bubble lagoon
  German Der Blubberblasensee The Bubble Blowing Lake
  Italian Lago effervescente Sparkling lake
  Spanish (NoA) Lago efervescente Sparkling lake
  Spanish (NoE) Lago Efervescente Sparkling Lake