Bioluminescent Puffstool

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Bioluminescent Puffstool
Family Sporovid

The Bioluminescent Puffstool is a species of sporovid that emits light.

In fanon games

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In Pikmin: Dual Worlds

Duality: an instance of opposition or contrast between two concepts or two aspects, a dualism.
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Scientific name Aspergilla rutilans
Family Sporovid
Classification Unknown
Habitats Underground
Underground Hidden World, Horrid Hollow
Diet Ground nutrients
Rarity Rare
Carry weight 4
Max. carriers 6
Seed worth 3
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Health 300
Attacks None
Resistances None
Weaknesses None

The Glimmerstool is a rather uncommon species of sporovid in Pikmin: Dual Worlds that, rather than producing spores like most other members of its family, instead merely produces light. Although harmless on its own, it can be somewhat of a nuisance as it bumps away Pikmin and leaders it collides with and may awaken sleeping enemies it passes by.

In Pikmin: Under Lock and Key

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Lock and Key
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Bioluminescent Puffstool The icon used to represent this enemy.
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Scientific name Unknown
Family Sporovid
Carry weight 11
Max. carriers 22
Seed worth 20
Attacks Causes panic

The Glowstool is an uncommon enemy in Pikmin: Under Lock and Key. A tall blue, and rarely pink, sporovid with a thin cap, they illuminate dark areas with their bioluminescence, acting as walking Glowcaps. Although harmless, small creatures like sheargrubs and dwarf bulborbs follow it for its light. When attacked, the Glowstool flashes brightly, causing nearby Pikmin to scatter in fear, making it vital to take care of its followers first. With its longer body, Pikmin can easily be thrown onto its body and not its cap, although it can more effectively shake them off and will never trip too.


Captain K. Burra's notes

In the deep dark we were desperate for an inch of light, and low and behold a beacon of light appeared! A walking glowing mushroom the size of a spaceship, yet it was false hope as when we rested under it a horde of beasts surrounded us! I'm never trusting mushrooms again...!

Prof. Finch's notes

An astonishing display of convergent evolution, two fungi both developing blue bioluminescent with similar ways of producing light! The Glowstool provides light and protection for smaller animals, in exchange it's spores–harmless compared to other sporovids–loosely stick to the hosts and take root into the ground once fallen off. A rare example of pollination among fungi.