In fanon games
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In Pikmin: Evolution Unleashed
This article or section presents information pertaining to Pikmin: Evolution Unleashed, a fanon game created by Bulborb bro.
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The Diamondback Bulborb is a species of grub-dog appearing in Pikmin: Evolution Unleashed. It is the result of a Red Bulborb that has eaten an Evo Pikmin. Diamondback Bulborbs thrive in locations rich in metals, on which they feed, although they are content to survive in grassy locations. It has increased defense, much like the Hairy Bulborb, due to the purple and red jewels on its backside. A Diamondback Bulborb behaves identically to the Red Bulborb and eats Pikmin after chomping on them using its massive, sharp, red, jewel-encrusted teeth.
- “This species of grub-dog is among the most beautiful but deadly creatures to see. After evolving from eating Evo Pikmin, it has a sudden craving to live in metallic areas and dark caves. Its widened face allows it to eat more Pikmin than usual. It could be an entirely new species, but more studies are needed to process full information.”
- “Remove the diamonds and jewels before cooking. For fondue, melt any kind of cheese of your choosing, with spiced cheddar preferred for its zesty taste. Cook the bulborb at four hundred degrees Fahrenheit for twenty minutes and chop with caution. Enjoy the cheesy experience!”
In Pikmin: Planetary Evolution
This article or section presents information pertaining to Pikmin: Planetary Evolution, a fanon game created by PurplePikminPower.
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The Diamondback Bulborb, in Pikmin: Planetary Evolution, is an older grub-dog found only underground, where minerals in the soil help its crystals shine brighter. Its dwarf counterpart is the Dwarf Diamondback Bulborb, which shares many physical characteristics with it, including the lethal crystals covering its backside.