From Pikmin Fanon
Family Dweevil

The Egglet is a species of dweevil that carries eggs exclusively.

In fanon games

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In Pikmin: Decayed Leaf

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This article or section presents information pertaining to Pikmin: Decayed Leaf, a fanon game created by Soundwave.
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Eggstoring Dweevil The icon used to represent this enemy.
Scientific name Mandarachnia embryonica
Family Dweevil
Carry weight 3
Max. carriers 6
Seed worth 4
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Attacks None
That’s a new one, a Dweevil holding an egg... – The ship, upon discovering the Eggstoring Dweevil

The Eggstoring Dweevil is a species of dweevil in Pikmin: Decayed Leaf. The creature resembles a small spider, similar to other dweevils of its kind. They have a small, round head with two feelers covered in thick, dark green bristles. The dweevil has four eyes with gray sclerae, and four spindly legs. The entire exoskeleton of the creature has a peach hue. Its most noticeable trait is the large nectar egg that it appears with and carries around.

The Eggstoring Dweevil will remain idle with its legs crossed when no Pikmin are near. When Pikmin are nearby, they will stand up and move away from them, like most dweevils. However, the Eggstoring Dweevil has no special ability to defend themselves with, and can easily be taken out in a few hits. Once their egg is broken, they will become completely vulnerable to attacks. Their egg can also be knocked off of them by the shockwave of a Purple Pikmin. The egg itself has a chance to drop many things, like nectar, sprays, Mitites, or rarely, a Downy Snagret and its variants, or a Sunsquish.

Eggstoring Dweevils are easy to take out, as they have no attacks or resistances. Any Pikmin types can be used to take them out, care should be taken in case an enemy spawns from the nectar egg when it’s broken.

In Overlord mode, the chance for an enemy to spawn in an Eggstoring Dweevil's egg is increased greatly.


Olimar's notes

The Eggstoring Dweevil stores its young inside eggs, like most of its kind. It just so happens that the egg of the Dweevil is stolen from the nest of Snagrets, and other avian species. The Dweevil will insert its own eggs into the larger egg, so that when the young hatch, they have a source of nectar to feed off of. They end up eating through the nectar egg's shell after. Considering the fact that the dweevil has no defense mechanism, they can only really flee and hide when confronted by predators.

Louie's notes

The egg is filled with hundreds of baby dweevils. So, take your yolk and whisk it with the dweevil spawn. Pour it into a pan and fry it to make an interesting spin on your classic omelet. Note that not everyone will be receptive, only the most pristine of tastebuds can acquire a liking to this exotic dish.

President’s notes

Thankfully I haven’t encountered an egg filled with hundreds of these tiny spiders... I’d have a heart attack! Though, maybe I’d throw some of these at the debt collectors as a deterrent...

Overlord’s thoughts

Eggstoring Dweevil. That’s a lame name. Why not Egglet? Sounds much better. What’s that? Already taken? By what dweevil?

In Pikspore

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This article or section presents information pertaining to Pikspore, a fanon game created by DrTapeworm.
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Egglet The icon used to represent this enemy.
An egglet without its egg.
Scientific name Mandarachnia ovious
Family Dweevil
Carry weight 3
Max. carriers 6
Poko value P2 Poko icon.png × 2
Attacks None

The Egglet is a pale yellow, beneficial dweevil that carries eggs on its back. When approached, it will scurry away, making blobs of nectar fall out from the egg it is carrying. When the egg is empty, it breaks, and the Egglet will act like an ordinary dweevil, only without elemental powers. On occasion, sprays, black nectar, water droplets, bomb rocks, Progglings, Bulborb Larvae, and Mitites will instead appear from the egg, making it a creature of luck and chance.