Killer Mamuta

From Pikmin Fanon
Killer Mamuta
Family Shepik

The Killer Mamuta is a species of shepik that crushes Pikmin it pounds into the ground.

In fanon games

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In Pikmin: The Rising Darkness

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The Rising Darkness
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Killer Mamuta The icon used to represent this enemy.
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Scientific name Unknown
Family Unknown
Areas Valley of Grief
Caves Rotting Cavern, Demon's Den, Hole of Terrors, Planet's Core
Carry weight 20
Seed worth 25
Attacks Crushes Pikmin

The Killer Mamuta is a subspecies of Mamuta that displays aggressive behavior. Instead of smashing Pikmin into the ground and flowering them, this type of mamuta simply crushes Pikmin by smashing them into the ground. These can be distinguished from regular Mamutas by their slightly larger size, yellower skin color, and darker arm markings. Killer Mamutas are recurring enemies; one appears in the Valley of Grief, whilst two more appear in the Rotting Cavern. Purple Pikmin are the best choice to take these out, due to their ability to stun enemies. However one must be cautious when attempting to fight one of these strange beasts, as one can be fooled by their similar appearance to a regular Mamuta, and when attempting to rush, the Killer Mamuta can quickly lay waste to an entire Pikmin squad.


Olimar's notes

The Killer Mamuta at first glance appears to be a regular Mamuta. However, when observing closely, they can be distinguished by their sandier skin coloring and black wrist markings. Much like the Mamuta, the Killer Mamuta has a strange connection to Pikmin, albeit instead of flowering them, it kills them. It is suggested that this subspecies evolved due to a sudden abnormal spike of hormones in a Mamuta–which, after breeding, brought this strange creature into existence.

Louie's notes

Inedible. Causes explosive diarrhea.