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Blizzard Bulborb

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Blizzard Bulborb
Scientific Name Oculus Kageyamii Chillicus
Family Grub-dog
Areas Enormous Igloo
Underground Areas Icy Interior, Igloo center, Celsius Citadel, Waterfall Warehouse, Mutated Hideaway
Carry Weight 10
Max. Carriers 20 Pikmin
Seed Worth 17
Attacks Eats Pikmin, freezes with cold breath

A Blizzard Bulborb is an evolved Hairy Bulborb, and appears in Pikmin: Evolution Unleashed. Blizzard Bulborbs were previously Hairy Bulborbs that have consumed an Evo Pikmin, and only then can it undergo such a magnificent transformation. It loves to thrive in frozen climates and loves to make its home inside of frozen caves or hillsides. When disturbed, it exhales a freezing blast of icy cold wind that freezes Pikmin and or other small organisms on contact. It is a stronger variant of the Hairy Bulborb, possessing a larger build, more elegant fur, and fangs prominent on its top lip near its snout. Caution should be taken when fighting this beast. Cyan Pikmin are the best offense when fighting Blizzard Bulborbs.


Olimar's Notes[edit]

"This Bulborb has displayed a great enhancement of the Grub-dog family. It possess the great ferocity of a Fiery Bulblax. It also has huge jaws that allow it to eat up to thirty Pikmin. Within its evolutionary lineup, it has gained a new power. It can now exhale ice cold winds that can freeze any Pikmin on contact except for Cyan Pikmin. It has developed small structural changes however, such as a bigger head and a larger set of eyeballs. It may also have improved vision and night stalking abilities, although it has never actually been tested."

Louie's Notes[edit]

"Cook for thirty minutes at five-hundred degrees. For a burnt nugget meal, cook at six-hundred degrees. After that, spread with Salisbury sauce and a rich creamy cheesy melt. If in the mood for marshmallows, get chocolate sauce, spread across smoothly and until creamy tender. Then add brown sugar and sprinkles and you've got yourself a delicious delectable dessert."