- This article relates to the canonical games. See Pikipedia's "Fiery Blowhog" article for more canonical information.
|Scientific name||Sus draconis|
|Areas||Forest Navel, Valley of Repose, Perplexing Pool, Wistful Wild, Tropical Wilds, Garden of Hope, Distant Tundra, Formidable Oak, Blazing Winds|
|Caves||White Flower Garden, Shower Room, Submerged Castle, Cavern of Chaos, Hole of Heroes, Dream Den|
|Challenge Mode levels||Creator's Garden, Hot House, Brawny Abyss, Breeding Ground|
|P2 Poko value||× 4|
|P3 Poko Value||× 30|
|Attacks||Blows fire, spits fireballs|
The Fiery Blowhog is matured Fiery Blowlet and a relative of the Watery Blowhog. As its name would imply, it shoots fire from its red snout. Fiery Blowhogs typically wander around a very small zone aimlessly; they aren't stationary, but they won't move a significant distance from their home territory. Once a Blowhog has detected the presence of a Leader or Pikmin, it will rotate to face them before spewing out a stream of fire. Some Fiery Blowhogs may even spit volleys of fireballs. Although the Fiery Blowhog waits for an opportune moment to begin exhaling, it must inhale first, which creates a short delay before firing in which the attack may be avoided. From the moment the creature begins inhaling to the moment it's done spitting fire, it will not rotate or move, meaning the spray of fire will not follow leaders or Pikmin running away. If the Blowhog is under attack and not currently exhaling, it will buck itself forward and immediately shoot flames in the direction it was facing, though it must still inhale first. This bucking motion occurs regardless of whether the Blowhog is being attacked by Pikmin clinging to its body or not.
- "This creature expels a volatile phosphorus compound from its snout that combusts upon contact with air. This fire-breathing ability is dependent upon the air-to-fuel ratio at its mouth, catalyst reaction within the expelled compound, and purification of the compound. Thus it is highly unlikely such a complex process could cause the spontaneous explosion of a fallen blowhog. (This process is also perhaps to avoid the risk of spontaneous combustion in the belly of a live specimen.) However, one should still treat a fiery blowhog with great care, even after its life functions have ceased."
- "Roast this flavorful beast for several hours, letting it stew in its own succulent juices. Don't worry about overcooking this beast...it's scorch-proof."
This article contains information that relates to the non-canon game Pikspore, which was created by Neini.
In Pikspore, Fiery Blowhogs are noticeably larger than their canon counterparts, and have close range attacks as well. They are otherwise the same.
Pikmin: Ultimate Doom
This article contains information that relates to the non-canon game Pikmin: Ultimate Doom by Wraith.
The Fiery Blowhog appears in Crystal Falls being at the peak near the landing site.
- Crystal Falls
- Hole of Glitter - Sublevel 2
- Rust Factory
- Molten Mezzanine - Sublevel 1, 2, 3, 4 and 6
- Hot Hemorrhage - Sublevel 2, 3, and 6
- Deathbone Desert
- Volatile Minefield
This article or section relates to Pikmin Eco, a non-canon game created by Sapphire7.
|Scientific name||Sus draconis|
|Caves||Illuminated Tunnels, Bone Cove, River of Roots, Scorched Patches, Explorer's Exit|
|P2 Poko value||× 4|
The behavior of the Fiery Blowhog mirrors that in other previous games but with one extra feature: it will buck off Pikmin and shoot fire at them like normal, but if more than ten are on at a time it will buck more wildly and gallop around to make them get off of it. This is more framtic bucking and spreads out Pikmin much more widely. This trait is also shared with the Watery Blowhog.
- This species of Blowhog has become more and more rare to find in modern times due to the increasing population of Watery Blowhogs. A possible explanation is the lack of complication it needs to breathe fire as opposed to shooting water. Some believe the warmer climate change might have something to do with it too. Regardless of the reasons, this species is now currently endangered.
This article and/or image relates to the non-canon game, Pikimon, created by Lazer, assisted by Cheepy-Cheepy and Alpo499.
|Areas||Valley of Repose, Awakening Wood|
|Locations||Grass, rough ground, caves|
- Start - Dash
- Start - Fire Whip
- Lv. 7 - Flame Charge
- Lv. 14 - Flame Burst
- Lv. 21 - Fire Fang
- Lv. 25 - Flash Fire
- Lv. 30 - Flare Gun
- Lv. 50 - Red Terror
- HM01 - Strength
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.
- "The genetic divide in the Blowhog Family is rather strange, with air-based blowhogs varying in appearance, and land-based blowhogs of basically the same appearance. Now, what would happen if a super Fiery Blowhog gained the ability to fly."
Pikmin: Spider Attack
|Pikmin: Spider Attack
This article or section relates to the non-canon game Pikmin: Spider Attack, created by TruJam.
|Areas||Birch Forest, The Lava Base|
|Challenge Mode levels||The Blowhog Base, Flaming Chamber|
|Poko value||× 5|
The Fiery Blowhog is a rare enemy in Pikmin: Spider Attack. The Fiery Blowhog only appears 2 times in the Birch Forest, and once in The Lava Base. It cant be found anywhere else in the Story Mode Areas. The Fiery Blowhog is a much more common enemy in Challenge Mode. It appears 4 times in the Blowhog Base, and 3 more times in the Flaming Chamber. Swarm it with Red Pikmin, which are good to use since they are resistant to fire. If you do not defeat the blowhog in one cycle, swarm it again. Make sure to call your Pikmin before it shakes off your Pikmin.
This article or section contains info from the non-canon game Pikmin V, created by En Passant.
|Scientific name||Sus draconus|
|Areas||Gravel Desert, Rusted Ravine, Mad Jungle|
Fiery Blowhogs return in Pikmin V, completely unchanged from prior incarnations.
The Fiery Blowhog possesses a highly-sealed sac filled with a chemical that combusts when exposed to air. It will expel this liquid from its nozzle-mouth in order to reduce its prey to ashes, a form that it can consume.
A classic trick to defeating these enemies is to throw a few Pikmin onto it to goad it into bucking, and then charging in with the rest of your force. Alternatively, you can throw a couple of Reds on it and walk away, as breathing fire is its only attack, though watch for nearby hazards.
Bacon is all the rage nowadays! The fireproof meat means it will never overcook, ensuring a tasty crunch that beats any Hocotate pig.
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