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Subterranean Menace

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Subterranean Menace
Value Icon that represents Sparklium on the wiki, based on the icon found in Hey! Pikmin. × 200
Weight 8
Maximum carriers 8 Pikmin
Location Secret Spot

The Subterranean Menace is a treasure that is unlocked when the player scans the Mr. Resetti amiibo from the Animal Crossing series. It looks just like the amiibo, and is worth .

Collecting the treasure[edit]

After scanning the amiibo on the area selection screen (in any sector), the treasure will appear in one of the Secret Spots of the area. Then, the player has to retrieve the Subterranean Menace in that spot.


Hey! Pikmin logs

The S.S. Dolphin II started behaving oddly after finishing its analysis of this object. "That there's a warrior from the underground, ya get me? Lookit its weapon and helmet and alla that!" This is strange, even by its standards. I hope the ships's A.I. hasn't caught a virus. Maybe I should reset its systems.


Names in other languages[edit]

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Language Name Meaning
Flag of Japan Japanese アングラよりの ししゃ?
Angura yori no shisha
Messenger from the underground
Flag of the Netherlands Dutch Ondergronds onheil
Flag of France French Menace souterraine Subterranean menace
Flag of Germany German Untergrundkämpfer Underground fighter
Flag of Italy Italian Minaccia sotterranea Underground threat
Flag of Spain Spanish Amenaza subterránea Underground threat


  • The "odd behavior" of the S.S. Dolphin II is a direct references to how Mr. Resetti speaks in the Animal Crossing series, having a deep Bronx accent.
    • This implies the treasure was somehow able to influence the S.S. Dolphin II through scanning it.
  • Olimar mentions "resetting" the S.S. Dolphin II's systems, another direct reference to Mr. Resetti's role of scolding players for resetting the game console as a form of cheating.

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