Golden Bulbmin

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Golden Bulbmin
Parasitic Pikmin host
Family Grub-dog

The Golden Bulbmin is a yellow grub-dog infected by a parasitic Pikmin.

In fanon games

This is where users type their version of the Golden Bulbmin.

In Pikmin: Doomed Time

Doomed Time
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Golden Bulbmin (adult) The icon used to represent this enemy.
Golden Bulbmin adult.jpg
Scientific name Parasiticus pikminicus goldinium
Family Grub-dog
Areas Landing Site, Volampious Wild, the Unknown
Caves Cavern of Heroes, Riddle Hole, Doomed Hole
Carry weight 25
Max. carriers 50
Seed worth 55
Poko value P2 Poko icon.png × 100
Attacks Eats and electrocutes Pikmin
Golden Bulbmin (juvenile) The icon used to represent this Pikmin.
Golden Bulbmin juvenile.jpg
Resistance All
Attack Average
Mobility Average
Throw Average
Digging speed Average
Carrying capacity 1
Candypop None

Golden Bulbmin are species of Bulbmin appearing in Pikmin: Doomed Time. They are yellow in color, exceptionally rare, limited in number, and have electrical powers. They are found mostly underground, although they appear at the Landing Site on day thirty and beyond.

As Golden Bulbmin utilize electricity, Yellow Pikmin are necessary to defeat the adults and gain control of the juveniles. An adult Golden Bulbmin should be fought as if it were a normal Bulbmin, but beware that it will revive almost immediately after it dies and begin to move at roughly twice the speed it once did. The juveniles will remain calm, as if they anticipate this behavior. Once the adult Golden Bulbmin is defeated a second time, it stays down for good and the juvenile Golden Bulbmin will listen to a leader's whistle. Adult Golden Bulbmin may also be defeated using leaders if so desired. The electricity they produce is of no threat because of the Dream Material that was collected during the events of Pikmin 2, but their bites are still dangerous.

Juvenile Golden Bulbmin are notoriously special, as they have the special ability to charge up and release an electrical current that causes enemies to flee, panicking. They can be brought to the surface, but only a maximum of fifty juvenile Golden Bulbmin can be kept at a time due to them no longer appearing once that limit has been reached.


Olimar's notes

This intriguing creature's skin replicated the sheen gold has, as does the parasitic pikmin's, suggesting that it is, in fact, a different species of parasitic pikmin than what was seen in a bulbmin.

Louie's notes

Dice up the whole beast, add sliced pikpik carrots, and cook for one hour, turning it every thirty minutes. Cook one egg until it's done then add the egg with the gold bulb a' la mode'. Your guests will never forget the flavor experience! I will never forget the bruises Pikness gave me for cooking them all.

Pikness's notes

This creature is a very rare variety of bulbmin. It is probable that it is a young golden bulborb that was taken over by a species of parasitic pikmin entirely separate from bulbmin. This can be confirmed by dissection, however, attempts to do this have been fruitless as Louie has cooked most of our recovered specimens.