- This article relates to the canonical games. See Pikipedia's "Watery Blowhog" article for more canonical information.
|Scientific name||Sus loogiens|
|Areas||Valley of Repose, Wistful Wild, Formidable Oak|
|Caves||Snagret Hole, Shower Room, Cavern of Chaos, Hole of Heroes, Dream Den|
|Challenge Mode||Hot House, Cryptic Cavern, Hazard Training|
|P2 Poko Value||× 4|
|P3 Value||× 30|
Watery Blowhogs look exactly like Fiery Blowhogs, except that their snouts are colored blue. Instead of fire, they spit out a water-like liquid that gets stuck on the Pikmin's heads, excluding Blue Pikmin and Bulbmin and other similar Pikmin. Leaders will be pummeled to the ground if they are caught in the blast, making this one of the few times where leaders can be damaged by water.
- "A variant subspecies of the fiery blowhog, the watery blowhog lacks several of the dominant genes necessary for the production of fire-producing catalysts, and thus expels jets of the nonflammable liquid. This subspecies appears to have only recently evolved. However, the hereditary traits of this variant are dominant and highly robust, so its population is rapidly increasing."
- "This beast's unrivaled moistness gives it a melt-in-the-mouth quality that's incomparable."
This is where users type in the fanon version of Watery Blowhog.
This article and/or image relates to the non-canon game, Pikimon, created by Lazer, assisted by Cheepy-Cheepy and Alpo499.
- Start - Dash
- Start - Water Gun
- Lv. 7 - Water Blast
- Lv. 14 - Aqua Jet
- Lv. 21 - Hydro Pump
- Lv. 25 - Muddy Water
- Lv. 30 - Aqua Ring
- Lv. 50 - Blue Tsunami
- HM01 - Strength
- HM03 - Surf
- HM04 - Waterfall
Pikmin: The Winds of Light
|The Winds of Light
This article and/or image relates to the Non-Canon Game, Pikmin: The Winds of Light, created by EmperorRagingLongLegs.
So far, Watery Blowhogs appear in The Summoning Garden in the Spiderwort Garden Subarea.
- "I wonder what would happen if a mix of the Fiery Blowhog and the Watery Blowhog species would end up like... Maybe an air blower... Probably because it would shoot fire and water, turning the water into steam..."