Screeching Blowhog

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Screeching Blowhog
Family Blowhog

The Screeching Blowhog is a species of blowhog that emits a supersonic soundwave from its trunk to knock Pikmin away.

In fanon games

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In Pikmin: The After Years

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The After Years
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Screeching Blowhog The icon used to represent this enemy.
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Scientific name Sus shrilla
Family Blowhog
Carry weight 7
Max. carriers 15
Seed worth 8
Attacks Knocks Pikmin back

The Screeching Blowhog is a land-faring species of blowhog appearing in Pikmin: The After Years. It has an appearance similar to that of others of its kind, but its skin, eyes, and trunk's tip are pink. This blowhog defends itself by producing a screeching sound that has the strength to blow Pikmin back a far distance, much like the wind of a Puffy Blowhog in Pikmin 1, potentially deflowering them or forcing them into hazards. The screech can be seen as a yellow cone, indicating its range. Swarming a Screeching Blowhog is the optimal way to kill the creature, although Purple Pikmin are useful because of their ability to stun.

User versions

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Yoshord's version

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Yoshord's notes

This creature's difference from other blowhogs is contained mostly in the snout. This blowhog's snout is rather easily constricted and blocked off, which makes passing most matter through the passageway difficult. Sound is not affected by the blockages in the passageway and can be amplified because of the constrictions. There is one way to work with sound: it spreads in all directions. Despite that being the only known option, this creature has managed to do something else: direct the sound into a more compact direction, making the sound relativity stronger and giving researchers a curiosity to ponder so that we may use the wonderful feat someday.