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This article relates to the Non-Canon game, Pikmin: Sinister Incinerator, and is made up by the users of this wiki.
This is the second area in the game Pikmin: Sinister Incinerator. It is a drastic change from the Desert Oasis and is pretty much the opposite of everything the hot, barren world was. It is a large field with the sky directly above, with few trees in the area. The landing site is familiar to the Awakening Wood area in Pikmin 2 with the old tiles, and in fact parts of the map were inspired by original Pikmin 2 beta screenshots of that level, bending some of Pikmin 2's original concepts, such as the area that bears the Snagret Hole playing host to spores and berries. A rock formation seen in that screenshot is the location of the area's first dungeon, the Magenta Den, where one encounters Purple Pikmin. Past the area with the spores and berries and around the short pond area where the Yellow Wollywogs live, there are twisting paths into the underbrush which conceal the Serpent Garden, the second dungeon. A poison gate blocks the road here, but once you have White Pikmin acquired in the next area you can take down this wall and explore the new territory to find Yellow Pikmin. The path leads on, but you won't be able to continue forwards to the Dark Field Cave until you find Black Pikmin and Blue Pikmin, so you should return to the landing site with your yellows and break down the electric fence and explore the vast and confusing field terrain beyond to eventually discover the Behemoth's Lair.
- Magenta Den (3 Floors-2 Treasures)
- Serpent Garden (3 Floors-4 Treasures)
- Behemoth's Lair (7 Floors-10 Treasures)
- Dark Field Cave (9 Floors-12 Treasures)
- Bulborb Larva
- Cloaking Burrow-nit
- Creeping Chrysanthemum
- Dwarf Yellow Bulborb
- Female Sheargrub
- Luminous Spectralids
- Male Sheargrub
- Ravenous Whiskerpillar
- Unmarked Spectralids
- Vicious V-Bug
- Webber Dweevil
- Yellow Bulborb
- Yellow Wollywog
The name Highland Field is something of a tribute to "Hyrule Field" from the Legend of Zelda series. There are a couple Zelda treasures in the game- the Ocarina of Time, the Wind Waker, the Phantom Hourglass and Majora's Mask to name a few.