Mitite

From Pikmin Fanon
This article relates to the official games. See Pikipedia's "Mitite" article for more official information.
Pikmin 2
Mitite The icon used to represent this enemy.
Enemy
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Scientific name Mitivius infiltratus
Family Parasick (unofficial)

Mitites are small, pink creatures with white shells and six legs. They can not directly harm Pikmin but do cause any in their vicinity to run in panic, which can inadvertently lead them to danger, such as a hazard. When stumbled upon, they appear in a swarm and start to scuttle around aimlessly, and any that are not killed will eventually burrow underground. Mitites can be released from eggs, burrow out from the ground, or appear from certain enemies. Every creature in the swarm yields nectar when killed.

In fanon games

This is where users type their version of the Mitite.

In Pikmin 251

Pikmin 251
This article or section presents information pertaining to Pikmin 251, a Pikmin 2 ROM hack created by PikHacker.
To do:
  • Confirm what Challenge Mode and 2-Player Battle stages Mitites appear in, be it from eggs or the ground.
  • Also, the list of locations in which they are found is really long. Find a way to shorten it.
Mitite The icon used to represent this enemy.
Scientific name Unknown
Family Parasick
Areas Wistful Wild, Flooded Fields, Mystical Beach, Foreboding Forest
Caves Abandoned Toybox, Ivory Metalworks, Aquatic Depths, Gambler's Den, Flaming Trench, Wooden Fortress, Grub-dog Domain, Steel Catacombs, Arachnid Asylum, Subterranean Sands, Cryptic Kitchen, Palace of the Wraith, Pit of Misfortune, Endless Abyss, Doom Den, Perilous Pipeline
Challenge Mode stages Shaded Cove, Candypop Plains, Perilous Pipeline, Evil Den, The Gauntlet
Battle Mode stages Iron Battlefield, Broken Bulbmin, Gambler's Fallacy, Rusted Ruins, Test Map Trickery, The Waterwraith, Perplexing Pool
Carry weight 1
Max. carriers 2
Seed worth 3
Poko value P2 Poko icon.png × 2
Attacks Causes panic

Mitites appear in Pikmin 251 and behave exactly as they do in Pikmin 2.

Notes

Olimar's observations

While not threatening, Mitites can really be a pain without any Purple Pikmin. I never realized on my last trip how much I needed them, since I found the purple so early on. This time, combating them won't be as much of a joke...

Cookin' with Louie

As creepy and unsettling as these things are, that shouldn't turn you off from giving them a chance!

In Pikmin 2: New Year

Pikmin 2: New Year
This article or section presents information pertaining to Pikmin 2: New Year, a Pikmin 2 ROM hack created by AmigaOwl.
Mitite The icon used to represent this enemy.
P2NY Mitite.png
Scientific name Unknown
Family Unknown
Poko value P2 Poko icon.png × 1
Attacks Causes panic

Mitites appear in Pikmin 2: New Year with the same behaviors but a different appearance, being predominantly pink in color.

In Pikmin: Connection of the Worlds

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The worlds connect.
This article or section presents information pertaining to Pikmin: Connection of the Worlds, created by PikFan23.
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Mitite The icon used to represent this enemy.
Scientific name Unknown
Family Parasick
Attacks Causes panic

In Pikmin: Connection of the Worlds, Mitites may be found in a colony. The entrance to the colony looks like a lump on the ground, and Brown Pikmin can dig at these spots to reveal the colony. It is rare but possible to find tiny eggs, which are in reality Mitite eggs, in place of ordinary eggs, and interacting with them will cause a swarm of Mitites to come up from the ground around it.

Notes

Olimar's notes

It seems that not all mitites lay their eggs inside another species' eggs. Recent observation on the species shows a regular parasick digging in the ground, possibly making a colony. There is much debate over this new discovery, but the scientific community has agreed that there are two main types of parasicks: parasitic parasicks, which lay their eggs inside the eggs of another species, and colonial parasicks, which create an underground colony consisting of several tunnels and chambers. The reason why colonial mitites act the way they do might be because there are no available hosts nearby, and yet need somewhere to lay their eggs. Male mitites will start digging a colony and will create a special chamber where eggs can be laid. As the colony grows, mitites will grow up and go out into the world and lay their eggs. This is the, currently, most accepted theory about colonial mitites. More fieldwork will have to be done to prove this theory. Also, it has been noted that there have been reportedly seen parasicks laying their eggs above ground, and if this reported type of parasick does exist, it could be considered a pseudocolonial parasick.

In Pikmin: Redemption

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This article or section presents information pertaining to Pikmin: Redemption, created by Sir Pikmin.
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Mitite The icon used to represent this enemy.
Scientific name Unknown
Family Unknown
Attacks Causes panic

In Pikmin: Redemption, Mitites will break out of a egg they are contained within when they sense nearby Pikmin and leaders.

In Pikmin: Ultimate Doom

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This article or section presents information pertaining to Pikmin: Ultimate Doom, created by Wraith.
Mitite The icon used to represent this enemy.
Scientific name Unknown
Family Unknown
Attacks Causes panic

The Mitite appears in Pikmin: Ultimate Doom, and is encountered in Dark Moon and Kryptonite Crater.

In Pikspore

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This article or section presents information pertaining to Pikspore, a fanon game created by Neini.
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Mitite The icon used to represent this enemy.
Scientific name Unknown
Family Unknown
Attacks Causes panic

In Pikspore, Mitites are just as annoying as they were in Pikmin 2. Progglings serve a similar purpose to them.