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Vicious V-Bug

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This article relates to the Non-Canon game, Pikmin: Sinister Incinerator, and is made up by the users of this wiki.
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Vicious V-Bug
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Scientific Name Vulgarae Mandibulosa
Family Mandiblard
Areas Highland Field, Mountain Springs, Ancient Wetland, Forest Depths, Penumbra Plains
Underground Areas Supercomputer Complex, Dark Forest Cave, Black Hole
Carry Weight 2
Max. Carriers 3 Pikmin
Seed Worth 7
Attacks Deflowers Pikmin

The Vicious V-Bug is strange enemy that could only be described as the "disowned cousin of Mandiblards". It's a black bug with a tough hide and a fight to pick with pretty much everything. This includes Bomb-Rocks, and often ends with disastrous results. The Vicious V-Bug can't actually kill Pikmin; it can only swipe off their flowers and knock them over with its oversized shearing appendages on its frontal limbs. Overall, the creature is simply a distraction that you'll want out of your way as it has the tendency to make things go wrong. It also decimates bridges. When defeated, the Vicious V-Bug will chatter for three seconds before exploding with the power of three bomb rocks, scattering what looks like confetti and emitting bright lights and firecracker-esque sounds.

Trivia[edit]

  • The Vicious V-Bug was conceived on Guy Fawkes Day. It is almost a bug-like parody of V from V for Vendetta, as it is a black bug with a mask-like marking around its face, knife-like appendages and it goes out with a bang and several fireworks. It was one of the first enemies invented for Pikmin: Sinister Incinerator despite its overbearing insignificance.
  • Vicious V-Bugs, when defeated, leave a pool of Dark Matter, a characteristic only seen with the Dark Matter family.