FANDOM


Peckish Aristocrab
Peckish Aristocrab

A Peckish Aristocrab in Pikmin 3.
Series Pikmin series
First game Pikmin 3
Species Unknown Family
Year Created 2013
Created by Nintendo
Quotes • Gallery

The Peckish Aristocrab is a member of the Unknown Family in Pikmin 3. It is a four-legged crab-like creature with a body shaped like a bulb of garlic and two claws. One of its claws is really small and serves no purpose while the other is used to hunt and defend itself.

Pikmin series

Behavior

The Peckish Aristocrab will try to use its huge claw to grab and eat Pikmin. It can also use it to protect its body from attacks but the claw is made of a crystaline material that can be destroyed by Rock Pikmin or Bomb Rocks. It can also blow bubbles from its mouth to trap Pikmin in them. It is very quick when it moves to the sides but take a long time to turn around.

Locations

Notes

Pikmin 3 website

"Found near water, this creature will grab Pikmin with pincers. It can also blow bubbles that temporarily trap small prey."

Super Smash Bros. series

Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U

The Peckish Aristocrab appears in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U as a stage hazard in the Garden of Hope, a stage exclusive to the Wii U version, where he is seen running across the stage, destroying any obstacle in its path and hurting any player it touches. He also appears as a trophy still exclusive to the Wii U version.

Trophy Description

PeckishAristocrabTrophySSBU

The Trophy in the Wii U version.

  • US: "This crab-like life form from Pikmin 3 traps Pikmin in its bubbles. When it appears in the Garden of Hope stage, it creates a path of destruction from one end of the stage to the other, but if the central bridge isn't there, it'll just fall right down. You can tell where it'll appear from by the telltale appearance of bubbles, so watch out!"
  • EU: "This crab-like life form from Pikmin 3 traps Pikmin in its bubbles. When it appears in the Garden of Hope stage, it creates a path of destruction from one end of the stage to the other, but if the central bridge isn't there, it'll just fall right down. You can tell where it'll appear from by the telltale appearance of bubbles, so watch out!"