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Nectar

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This article relates to the canonical games. See Pikipedia's "Nectar" article for more canonical information.
Pikmin drinking nectar.

Nectar is used to turn Pikmin from leaf or bud stages and into the flower stage. There are numerous places where nectar is found; Eggs, the bugs in the Wistful Wild, Iridescent Flint Beetles and relatives, Nectar Weed patches, piles of rocky Rubble, Mitites, Honeywisps, and yellow Unmarked Spectralids can all drop globs of nectar. In Pikmin 1, the Pikmin can only drink it if the blob is at "full size".

There is glitch that occurs if a drop of nectar, such as one from a petrified enemy, falls on top of a pile of sticks used to build a bridge. If the sticks are removed from under the drop by building the bridge, the drop will remain suspended in the air. Pikmin can be made to drink the nectar by throwing them at it, and they will fall back to the ground once the nectar is all used up.

Nectar

In Fanon Games[edit]

Pikmin Adventure[edit]

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This article contains information that relates to the non-canon game Pikmin Adventure, which was created by Neini, a user on this Wiki.
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In Pikmin Adventure, nectar is found in the form of globules floating a tiny bit above the ground. If collected, it restores a bit of Blue's health.

Pikmin: Connection of the Worlds[edit]

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Instead of there having a maximum amount of 20 blobs of nectar (or sprays) allowed in the area, you can have an infinite amount of nectar blobs on the screen. However, the more blobs there are, the game slows down. Up to 100 can be in one area at one time before the game begins to slow. Having over 1,000 will make the game crash (if you manage to get that high).