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The Eyevine is a creature named after its singular eye and its plantlike qualities.

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In Pikmin 5 (Microsoftpaintadventures version)

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Scientific name Paulo oculuvinea
Family Mireclops
Weight N/A
Attacks None

The Eyevine is a species of mireclops in Pikmin 5 with a strawberry-like body, its leaves facing down to act as feet. True to its name, the Eyevine has a big vine-like eyestalk sprouting from its top. This is its weak point, but it will close its eye when approached. It must be killed by having a leader throw a bomb rock at it, causing it to burst into a goo that quickly disappears, opening the cave it was blocking.

In Pikmin: The After Years

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Eyevine The icon used to represent this enemy.
Scientific name Vinus darkuss
Family Unknown
Carry weight N/A
Attacks None

An Eyevine is an enemy appearing in Pikmin: The After Years. They are intricately colored one-eyed plants that block geysers and holes to delve deeper into a cave. They are teal and yellow with a red and black pupil. Though they don't attack Pikmin, they can be nuisances. They are one of the many enemies influenced by dark matter. The only way to kill it is to attack its eye. Upon approaching it, it will shut its eye, its only weakpoint, rendering it invulnerable. Fortunately, chestnuts can be thrown at it from afar to hit its open eye. Doing so will instantly kill it, and instead of it dying on the ground, it will disappear into dark matter. These enemies are based on the vines that block entrances and doors to other areas in the Forbidden Woods in The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker.

In Pikmin: Interstellar Cryptid

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"The beast is out there, I just know it!"
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Eyevine The icon used to represent this enemy.
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Scientific name Visiones zukutta
Family Eyebulb
Areas Touchdown Crater, Sweltering Field, Giant's Bald Spot
Carry weight 2
Max. carriers 2

The Eyevine is an enemy in Pikmin: Interstellar Cryptid. It takes cues from its Pikmin: The After Years incarnation but has been reclassified as a member of the eyebulb family. Its vine-like tendrils can be found rooted inside the dirt that clogs tunnels and wraps around the lids to cave holes. Approaching it will cause it to close its eye, which renders it invincible and, interestingly, removes its marker on the radar map. The trick is to use an explosive object, mainly bomb rocks, mines, and trackonators, and flee the scene before it goes off. When the Eyevine opens, it will nonchalantly stare at the explosive before it goes off, defeating it. Mines work best, as they only sense the Eyevine when its eye opens. Ice blasts cannot freeze the Eyevine. When defeated, rather than disintegrating into dark matter, they grow pale and wither away, leaving behind only their eye that can be salvaged. Due to their unique weaknesses, caves and tunnels blocked by them can only be accessed after the Ore-Brewing Kiln ship part is collected.

Unlike most creatures, the Eyevine's species name is not derived from Latin etymology, instead being a reworking of the common name for the kudzu plant.


Olimar's notes

A member of the eyebulb family that possesses numerous plantlike qualities, such as a green hue, and numerous tendrils that look and function similarly to roots. This, combined with its tendency to anchor itself to larger objects and giving off the smell of a conifer tree, has led some to theorize that Eyebulbs are a part of the Ambuloradicis class. This is in spite of the fact that only a few members of the family have botanical attributes. Interestingly, the creature seems to disappear from radars whenever it closes its eye, even if it's right next to the radar in question. Perhaps something in its epidermis is disrupting life signals, or it's some sort of on-command hibernation?

Louie's notes

Tentacles(?) can be prepared exactly like collard greens, and taste similar. Regular consumption helps improve eyesight.

Bentley's notes

I don't like my life being all, "stop and go", so this might just be my mortal enemy. I'm SO stocking up on raw materials for every time we encounter it.

Eloise's notes

I jumped back a bit when this, "plant" looked at me. Whether or not it even is a plant is hard to say, but most plants don't have eyes back at Nijo. Of course, it seems like most plants on this planet do, so I always feel like I'm being watched.

In Pikspore

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Eyevine The icon used to represent this enemy.
Scientific name Unknown
Family Unknown
Carry weight N/A
Attacks Crushes, drowns, and swats Pikmin

In Pikspore, the Eyevine is an aggressive creature that blocks access into holes. They have many tentacles, and teeth, and are a vivid green. They swat Pikmin away from themselves and can also crush them. A throbbing organ on its back serves as its weakpoint, although the organ will periodically ooze red liquid that covers Pikmins' stems, suffocating them. When killed, it will writhe around and melt into a red, bubbly foam.