Fiery Bladebug

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Fiery Bladebug
Family Bladebug

The Fiery Bladebug is a species of bladebug cloaked in flame.

In fanon games

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In Pikoblitz

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Fiery Bladebug The icon used to represent this enemy.
Scientific name Unknown
Family Bladebug
Attacks Burns Pikmin

The Fiery Bladebug is a member of the bladebug family appearing in Pikoblitz. It is a very close relative of the Burrowing Bladebug. It is only found underground in Story Mode but can be encountered aboveground in Challenge Mode. It resembles a flaming, red praying mantis. While a Fiery Bladebug is unable to deflower or eat Pikmin, it can set them ablaze. Because it is on fire, only Red Pikmin may harm it. This bladebug is often found nearby water, and luring the creature into a body of it will temporarily extinguish its flames and render it vulnerable to Blue Pikmin and other Pikmin so long as it remains in water.


Olimar's notes

This insect is a close relative of the bladebug. It looks nearly identical in appearance, save for one obvious difference: its body is in scorching hot flames. Like all creatures that have harnessed the power of flames, the fire feeds off of the toxic oxygen in this planet's atmosphere. The flames themselves are produced by a liquid that is secreted within the creature's abdomen. It is then carried along the bloodstream and seeps through the skin's pores. As soon as the liquid gets out of the creature's body, it bursts into flames. Although unproved, we believe that this particular species was created when a pregnant female fiery bulblax ate a mutant bladebug. The DNA of the two mixed, and thus the first fiery bladebug was born.

Louie's notes

Drain all the into a flame-resistant container. Wash down with water for five minutes. When you cook it, be sure not to overcook it as it will instantly disintegrate. Then serve. It will have a crunch that your customers won't soon forget!