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Recently my friend bought the NPC Pikmin 2, ever since then, hes been hooked. So I told him about Pikipedia, though he doesnt have an account or has edited yet, he uses the Pikipedia to help him with the treasures, however... He told me that the Treasure articles should have a picture of what they look like in real life. This got me thinking, considering how this is a international wiki, it may be possible to do this. Though some may be hard to get (Shock therapist) we could get the closest thing to it. I could get quite a few pics, such as the Courage Reactor, Quenching Emblem (Perfect condition), Luck Wafer (Nintendo), and the Priceless and Worthless statues. We could put the image similarly to the R.O.B article. We basically get a picture of what certain treasures look like in real life. So, what do you think? RWAR! ~JOSHAGozira.pngZILLA!!!~ AND IMAFIRINMAHLAZOR!!!


  • No offence, but this is a pretty stupid idea. 201 images of random junk on articles with the caption, 'this is what it looks like in real life!'

and its not really needed, if we can get the images then people will either know what it is already and if not will get a clear understanding from the pikmin image.

--Semajdraehs- any replies to my Talk page 18:54, 7 June 2009 (UTC)

Btw, my friend made this proposal, not me, he kinda forced me, if you get what i'm saying. Also I do have to agree with you, some are fairly obvious. However some like the Spiny Alien Treat can be hard to tell what it is. Maybe a link should be put to their respective Wikipedia articles so they can get some more info on the object. RWAR! ~JOSHAGozira.pngZILLA!!!~ AND IMAFIRINMAHLAZOR!!!

I agree that each page should actually say what the treasure appears to be and maybe a section on external links that has a wikipedia link to the appropriate article (although it doesn't take that much effort to look that up yourself)

--Semajdraehs- any replies to my Talk page 19:46, 7 June 2009 (UTC)

Yeah, I agree that Wikipedia links are enough. Most treasures are quite accurate, so the images would be similar, which would be silly.GP

Well you can get those lazy ones... Artwork of a Blue Pikmin running in Pikmin.Joshazilla23 Captain Olimar pulls out a flower-budded Blue Pikmin from the ground. 21:25, 12 June 2009 (UTC)