Purple Pikmin HD-0

Powers and Stats

Tier: 10-C

Name: Purple Pikmin

Origin: Pikmin

Gender: N/A (The Pikmin species does not have genders)

Age: Varies, but most don't last beyond a few days

Classification: Type of Pikmin

Powers and Abilities: Resistance to being blown away, Doesn't panic from the same things that make other Pikmin panic, if thrown, will land with a shockwave-creating thud that damages and stuns enemies

Attack Potency: Below Average Human level (The strongest and most powerful among species of Pikmin, though this doesn't count for much outside their verse considering they're still barely an inch tall and require numbers to lift simple everyday objects and appliances)

Speed: Below Average Human (Slow relative even to other Pikmin. Even flower Purples have trouble keeping up with a captain's running speed across long distances)

Lifting Strength: Below Average Human level (Ten times that of other Pikmin. 100 purple Pikmin can lift a dumbbell weighing 1 kilogram, putting their individual strength at 10 grams)

Striking Strength: Below Average Class' (The strongest species of Pikmin, but they still require significant effort to down creatures a few inches tall)

Durability: Below Average Human level (Aside from being resistant to forces that would knock other Pikmin back, they're just as vulnerable as other Pikmin)

Stamina: Unknown, but they are not shown to get tired even after doing heavy lifting and fighting enemies several times their size

Range: A few inches

Standard Equipment: None notable

Intelligence: Unknown, but likely low (They are only efficient when under the command of leaders, and are generally reliant on leadership just to survive)

Weaknesses: They are slow relative even to other Pikmin, and do not have any elemental resistances that their brethren tend to have, meaning they can easily be killed by fire, electricity, water, or poison.


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  • Minor Pikmin Upgrade

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    • I'd probably agree with the 5 grams/50grams arguments too. Whilst yes, I can see how it is inconsistent, I guess it's a tad cruel to ...
    • Oh, by the way, lifting a human isn't really a thing. Just because you have the strength doesn't mean you can pull it off. Try liftin...