Flaming Mitite

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Flaming Mitite
Family Mitite

The Flaming Mitite is a species of mitite perpetually engulfed in flames.

In fanon games

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In Pikmin: Connection of the Worlds

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Flaming Mitite The icon used to represent this enemy.
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Scientific name Mitivius scorchicus
Family Parasick
Areas Great Volcano
Caves Fiery Furnace, Chasm of Challenges
Attacks Burns Pikmin
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Kingdom Animalia
Phylum Mollusca
Class Monoplacophora
Order Unaquaticus
Family Parasick
Genus Mitivius
Species Scorchicus

The Flaming Mitite is a parasick appearing in Pikmin: Connection of the Worlds. A relative of the Mitite, it is a strange six-legged crab-like creature with red skin and a body cloaked in flames. It emerges from eggs or the ground in pairs and will chase nearby leaders and Pikmin, burning them on contact. Flaming Mitites may also be found sitting in a dark corner. Instead of a direct hit on the top, Pikmin can actually hit it from the sides. However, Red Pikmin are needed to hit it as they can get past the flames. When defeated, it will drop a spray.


Olimar's notes

The flaming mitite was a recently-discovered species of the parasick family. It acts like all parasitic parasicks: it lays its eggs inside the eggs of a different species. However, this member of the parasick family has developed a special organ that produces a liquid that ignites upon direct contact with air. It douses this liquid in massive quantities on the eggs to ensure that its offspring will be safe in the flames. The heat kills the other species' eggs but the flaming mitite's young will be given enough heat to live. This organ does not start to develop until the complete maturity of the creature. Also, should it be threatened, this same liquid will pour all over its body and it will go after the predator. It's also constantly in flames when guarding its young after they've hatched out of the host's eggs. However, should there be no suitable hosts nearby to lay its eggs in, it can put its eggs in a dark area so predators don't eat the eggs. Thus, the flaming mitite could be considered both parasitic and colonial.

Louie's notes

Take the shell off, and remove the organ that secretes that flammable liquid if at the adult stage. Then run hot water on it for five minutes to make sure none of the special liquid remains. Next, and this will require several specimens, mash the beasts together and mix it with some hot sauce. Spread the paste over some cooked meat. Now cut it into little squares. There you go!