Bridge

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This article relates to the canonical games. See Pikipedia's "Bridge" article for more canonical information.
Some Blue Pikmin constructing a bridge.

Bridges are a common obstacles in the Pikmin series. They are found as a pile of wood on one side of a gap or body of water, which Pikmin can be set to work on. Doing so will cause the wood to be constructed into a bridge that spans the obstruction. In Pikmin 2, there is a bridge that is surrounded by poison, just like some gates. Naturally, only White Pikmin can approach it, but once a few segments have been built, the poison pipes may be destroyed, allowing other Pikmin to assist them in completing the bridge. Bridges appear above ground only.

In Pikmin 3, bridges are instead made of Fragments that are brought from elsewhere in the area. As Bridges in this game are made of Fragments, enemies cannot destroy them.

In Fanon-Games[edit]

Pikmin: Attack of the Breadbugs[edit]

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This article and/or image relates to the non-canon game, Pikmin: Attack of the Breadbugs, created by Cheepy-Cheepy.
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Bridges return in Pikmin: Attack of the Breadbugs and have the same role as they did in Pikmin 3. Piles of Fragments used to build them can occasionally be found in the Land of Wonders, specifically the Marsh Territory and the Arctic Territory. Bridges are used to cross bodies of water and cold water, respectively.

Pikmin: Infection in Progress[edit]

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This article and/or image relates to the non-canon game,

Pikmin: Infection in Progress, created by Cheepy-Cheepy.

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Bridges yet again return in Pikmin: Infection in Progress, and share their role with the Bridges in Pikmin 3. Bridges are made of fragments once more. Bridges are found primarily in The Fungal Forest Navel, Noxious Tundra, Polluted Twilight River, Toxic Wilds, and the Wilting Garden of Infection. Bridges are used to cross and scale ledges in The Fungal Forest Navel, as well as crossing streams and rivers of Polluted Water found throughout every outdoor area.