Pikmin Bloom has many different Pikmin to grow and collect, with 7 main varieties and many decorations to discover. The 7 basic types are Red, Yellow, Blue, White, Purple, Rock, and Winged. Each of these can turn into a Decor Pikmin if they reach a Friendship Level of 4 Hearts (or start life as a Huge Seedling).
The decor they wear depends on where the Pikmin seedling was first discovered. For example: if the Pikmin Seedling was found at a park, then the Pikmin will wear a Clover Decor, or if the Pikmin was found near a bakery, it will wear a piece of baguette.
There are 20 different Decors and each main variety of Pikmin has their own decor style, making a total of 154 types of Decor Pikmin altogether! One of these Decors is the Roadside Pikmin who wear different colored and lettered stickers, but what do these stickers mean? Find out below.
All About Roadside Pikmin Stickers
Roadside Pikmin seem to be the most commonly found Pikmin, according to the Pikmin Community. They are a catch-all Decor type, which means that if the area their Seedling is found isn’t very specific (i.e., a park, cafe, beach, etc.) then they are given the Roadside title.
Roadside Pikmin are given the Sticker Decor: a colored and lettered sticker they place randomly on their body or head. The letter on the sticker is determined by where the Seedling was found. For instance, if it is labeled as being “Roadside, Main Street,” it will have the letter ‘M,’ or if it is labeled as “Roadside, near Simply Doors,” it will have the letter ‘S.’ They can also just have the first letter of the city or town they were discovered in.
The color of the sticker is still under debate within the community, but it seems like it also depends on what sort of seedling the Pikmin grew from. The green stickers are from normal Seedlings that have then gained 4 Friendship Level Hearts, while the blue stickers are from Pikmin grown from Huge Seedlings. There are also yellow/orange stickers from Huge Seedlings but no one knows quite yet why it is different from a Blue sticker Huge Seedling Pikmin.
If you have any ideas as to why the Yellow/Orange sticker is different, let us know in the comments below!
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