- This article relates to the canonical games. See Pikipedia's "Dwarf Bulbear" article for more canonical information.
|Scientific name||Oculus terribilis|
|Areas||Distant Spring, Perplexing Pool, Distant Tundra|
|Caves||Frontier Cavern, Glutton's Kitchen, Hole of Heroes, Dream Den|
|Challenge Mode levels||Hot House, Subterranean Lair, Emperor's Realm|
|P2 Poko value||× 2|
|P3 Poko Value||× 20|
Dwarf Bulbears are enemies that, unlike most others Dwarf Bulborbs which members of the Breadbug family that mimic larger Bulborbs, are true juvenile versions of a larger grub-dog: in this case, the Spotty Bulbear. Dwarf Bulbears are notably tougher and more alert than Dwarf Bulborbs and are known to follow Spotty Bulbears. They do not delay in noticing a Pikmin in their territory and perk up almost instantly when a Pikmin or leader is near.
Some Dwarf Bulbears are found idly sniffing the air instead of the ground. Some Dwarf Bulbears can stand more than one direct hit on the back from a Pikmin, while others instantly die from it. Some Dwarf Bulbears shriek when aggravated to alert any Spotty Bulbears in the vicinity. Some Dwarf Bulbears, to shake off Pikmin, swing their bodies first and then perform a backflip. Others shake off attackers with a simple body-shake.
A Dwarf Bulbear's behavior will change when a Spotty Bulbear is present. Some Spotty Bulbears roam a patrol route in search of food rather than sleeping, and if they come across a pack of Dwarf Bulbears, the dwarves will "yip" and follow the adult. The dwarves' main objective is food, however, and they will stray from a Spotty Bulbear to chase Pikmin or leaders.
This article or section relates to Pikmin Eco, a non-canon game created by Sapphire7.
|Scientific name||Oculus terribilis|
|Caves||Bulbear Cave, Bulblax Treetops|
Dwarf Bulbears are the juvenile species to the Spotty Bulbear. Unlike the Dwarf Bulborb species, they are true juveniles to their larger relatives, and a group follows the adult around.
This article contains information that relates to the non-canon game Pikspore, which was created by Neini.
They are very common enemies. Dwarf Bulbears appear in the Volcanic Wastes, Cliffside Meadow, Foghorn Wetlands, Jungle Tunnel, Bulborb Den, Inside The Cliff, Subterranean Canyons, Shining Forest, and Challenger's Cavern.
Pikmin: Ultimate Doom
This article contains information that relates to the non-canon game Pikmin: Ultimate Doom by Wraith.
In Pikmin: Ultimate Doom these enemies appear commonly, while they also come out of a Spotty Bulbear's corpse as it dematerializes itself.
This article and/or image relates to the non-canon game, Pikimon, created by Lazer, assisted by Cheepy-Cheepy and Alpo499.
- Start - Headbutt
- Lv. 7 - Dash
- Lv. 10 - Bite
- Lv. 15 - Crunch
- Lv. 20 - Slam
- Lv. 22 - Scary Face
- Lv. 23 - Nasty Plot
- Lv. 25 - Creep Out
Lv. 25 -> Spotty Bulbear
This article or section contains info from the non-canon game Pikmin V, created by En Passant.
|Scientific name||Latere terriblis juvenis|
The Dwarf Bulbear returns mostly unchanged in Pikmin V. They now wander around the area around where they spawn, a behavior also added to the Snow Bulborb, until a parent Bulbear comes along to follow instead.
Unlike the other dwarf grub-dogs, these ones are genuinely the offspring of a Spotty Bulbear. They follow their father around, surrounding prey and then sharing in the prizes.
On its own, it's little more challenge than other dwarves because it is still vulnerable to the instant kill technique. Its true danger comes when it decides to trail a grown Bulbear, as it can easily snag your Pikmin while you're focused on the bigger threat. If you can, try and pick them off before confronting the adult.
Many try to sell this beast as a smaller portion of its parent and raise the cost accordingly, but in reality, it hardly tastes better than a standard Dwarf Red Bulborb.