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OH NOES!!! THE BRIDGE'S EATING MY PIKMIN! NOOOO!!!
Well...I discovered this glitch when...well, when I was playing. XD I don't know if anybody else has dicovered this before me but anyway... I just happened to look at the Pikmincounter where it said that I lost two Pikmin...on a route that didn't have any enemies. I had no idea why that was. But anyway I just continued when I lost even more Pikmin when I left them near the bridge. I thought: ,,Damn! How could I lose so many Pikmin when I don't see enemies anywhere near them...? ...I have an idea. I better put them all under the bridge. They'll probably be safe here..." Boy was I wrong. Because I didn't know about the evil Pikmin eating bridgebeast who just waited for his meal!
But seriously now. I think the bridge somehow pushes them under the map so that the game thinks they died somehow. You can even see them sink a bit in the ground. You don't hear it here but at one point I heard a noise that sounded like...I don't know I think it's the noise that flowers give when they release new pellets. But I'm not sure. It's that kind of high pitched "pling!" noise.
Btw. this is the New Play Control! Pikmin for wii.
Edit: O.K. now WTF?! Now it happens when I fight enemies! O.K. this is not just a simple glitch with the bridge...I think now that NIntendo screwed around with new physics or somehting! WTF happens with my Pikmin? I was just fighting a bulbear and I just lost Pikmin before he even bit! Is there something I'm missing? Like can he crush the Pikmin now? If so why don't they give a noise when they die? Is it maybe just my disc? Maybe it's fucked up but it's still strange...
I will put a new video to this soon...maybe...I don't know if I have you will see it on the video response.
Oh, btw, here's a link. What this glitch is all about and what it makes you think about it: