Sweet Stumble-Not
Pikmin 4 treasure
Treasure Catalog icon.
Icon for the Sweet Stumble-Not, from Pikmin 4's Treasure Catalog.
Series Sweet Tooth Series
Value Icon that represents Sparklium on the wiki, based on the icon found in Pikmin 4. × 60
Weight 7
Maximum carriers 14
Locations Kingdom of Beasts, Plunder Palace, Subterranean Swarm
Dandori Challenge stages Trial of the Sage Leaf
Dandori Battle stages None
Total amount 3

The Sweet Stumble-Not (転ばぬ先のアメ?, lit.: "Stumble-Me-Not Candy") is a treasure in Pikmin 4 located in the Kingdom of Beasts, Plunder Palace, and Subterranean Swarm. It is a small red-white-green candy cane with a crimson ribbon and a beige colored tag attached to it; the latter reads, "HAPPY HOLIDAYS" in bold white letters.

Collecting the treasureEdit

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Kingdom of BeastsEdit

There is a Sweet Stumble-Not inside of a Whiptongue Bulborb on the eastern side of sublevel 4 of the Kingdom of Beasts. To collect this treasure, you must first defeat the Whiptongue Bulborb and the three Albino Dwarf Bulborbs nearby; then, you must throw 7 Pikmin at it. Unless you are using Blue Pikmin or Glow Pikmin, you will have to have Oatchi open the iron fences using the button on the northernmost point of the sublevel first.

Plunder PalaceEdit

There is a Sweet Stumble-Not half-buried in a dirt mound on the far western side of sublevel 5 of the Plunder Palace. To collect it, you must throw 7 Pikmin at it. A nearby Giant Breadbug may attempt to steal it, in which case you will need to either damage it or best it in tug-of-war.

Subterranean SwarmEdit

See also: Sovereign Bulblax#Strategy.

There is a Sweet Stumble-Not lying on the ground on the western side of sublevel 5 of the Subterranean Swarm, behind a numbered gate. To lower the numbered gate, you must defeat the Sovereign Bulblax in the center of the arena. To collect this treasure, you must throw 7 Pikmin at it.


Schnauz's notesEdit

What a sweet stick this is! Quite literally, this stick here is made of candy from top to bottom. This unexpected combination makes it quite the handy thing to have around. You can use it as a walking stick to prevent yourself from stumbling while hiking or exploring unfamiliar terrain. When all that exertion makes you hungry, you'll find sustenance right there in your hand. A useful invention, to be sure!

Olimar's notesEdit

A gigantic, brightly colored stick of candy adorned with a ribbon. My guess is that it was meant to be a gift for a child...and would be a great souvenir to bring back to my own kids. I'll need to keep a close eye on the spaceship's temperature to prevent its melting during transport.

Louie's notesEdit

Licking it is fun, but it tastes much better if you bite right into it.


Names in other languagesEdit

Language Name Meaning Notes
  Japanese 転ばぬ先のアメ?
Korobanu-saki no Ame
Stumble-Me-Not Candy Play on 転ばぬ先の杖?, (forewarned is forearmed, literally "a walking stick before stumbling")
Prepare-for-a-Rainy-Day Candy From 未雨綢繆 Wèiyǔchóumóu
Prepare-for-a-Rainy-Day Candy From 未雨绸缪 Wèiyǔchóumóu
  Dutch Suikersteunstok Sugar support cane
  French Canne en sucre Sugar cane Play on "canne à sucre", referring to the plant sugarcane
  German Saccharose-Spazierstock Sucrose Walking Stick
  Italian Dolcezza anti-inciampo Anti-stumble candy
  Korean 유비무환 지팡이
Yubimuhwan Jipang'i
"Forewarned Is Forearmed" Cane
  Portuguese Antitropeço doce Sweet anti-stumble
  Spanish Antitropiezos dulce Sweet anti-stumbles


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