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In Pikmin: New World
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|Scientific name||Mammalia hydromeda|
|Attacks||Drowns and deflowers Pikmin|
The Mamaquata an enemy that appears in Pikmin: New World. It is a very close relative of the Mamuta but is far from simply being a harmless cultivator of plants. Its brown body is surrounded completely by a shield of water that drowns all but Blue Pikmin. Its sand-colored arms have large paddles on their ends for vigorously deflowering Pikmin, quite the opposite of the Mamuta. It is often found sleeping on the ground in a supine position with its arms on its chest and its large green eyes closed. It will rapidly awaken and rise to its feet when approached. The best possible strategy for dispatching this troublesome foe is to rapidly toss Blue Pikmin onto its forehead, as they will not be damaged by its water. Tossing Pikmin very quickly onto it while sleeping will make quick work of a Mamaquata. It can be stunned with Purple Pikmin, but they will drown if not whistled at quickly. As soon as it dies, its water bubble pops and it falls over in a heap, allowing all Pikmin types to carry it back to their Onion or the Dolphin Pod. Despite all of the trouble that it causes, this calm colossus is found on many rest sublevels in caves.
- “Due to its extreme resemblance, this massive creature is often mistaken for the gentle Mamuta. However, it does not cultivate plants and grow them into flowers and fruits. Instead, its arm swipes are far less powerful so it can not smash plants straight into the ground as its relative can. Instead, its feeble strikes serve to flatten attackers, though they are still far less effective. However, its flexible bubble filled with liquid serves to soften blows from predators to the point where it is nearly impervious to their attacks.”
- “It may taste like chicken just like its relative, but its flesh is softer and moister. Saute its arms and legs in a frying pan with broccoli, lemons, and cheddar!”
- “Is not meant for gardening. Its blows will smash plants flat and not plant them into the ground as the Mamuta does. It can be a great help in giving fresh, nutrient-rich water to pour on plants at any time. An excellent source of environmental nitrogen for your garden!”
- “There really isn't much fashion at all to this creature. It's just big, sopping wet, and actually pretty boring looking overall. I'd stick to the Mamuta and let this creature go about its merry way.”