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The Galaxy Glyph is a metal object in Pikmin Forever, and the most common metal object in the game. It is a paperclip. This object can appear many times throughout the game, either sparsely scattered throughout areas or appearing randomly from defeated enemies. No instance of the Galaxy Glyph has a set location, and they appear every day. As such a common treasure, it has a weight of 1, and only 1 Pikmin can carry it. It is also only 5 units worth of metal, the lowest value in the game.
This object resembles a strange, warped alphabetic symbol, but I cannot seem to find any more clues to the alphabet. Meanwhile, this particular sculpture appears ubiquitously, perhaps thousands of duplicate artifacts exist on this planet. I wonder what the character is supposed to mean? We Hocotatians have a similar character in our language, and it can mean either "soap" or "spontaneous combustion." But then turning this artifact over reveals an entirely new letter! Perhaps this is an entire language represented in three dimensions, and learning the alphabet simply involves looking at it from different orientations.