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The Whirlm is a worm piñata in Viva Piñata. It is the first piñata that will be encountered in the games.

Like an actual worm, it will crawl around a garden.

The Whirlm is well known for repeatedly entering a garden and becoming a resident due to its incredibly simple visiting and resident requirements, where it only needs 10 square pinometers of soil or grass to be satisfied with a garden.

Appearance

It is very small and orange in color, with red and green markings on it. Around its eyes are lots of green triangles, and it has red eyelids and blue irises.

Requirements (Original)

Appear Requirements

Visit Requirements

  • Have 10 square pinometers of soil or grass (1%).

Resident Requirements

  • Have 10 square pinometers of soil or grass (1%).

Romance Requirements

  • Have 10 square pinometers of soil or grass (1%).
  • There is a Whirlm house in the garden.

Variant 1 Requirements (Purple)

Variant 2 Requirements (Pink)

Variant 3 Requirements (Green)

Requirements (Trouble in Paradise)

Appear Requirements

Visit Requirements

  • Have 1 square pinometer of soil.

Resident Requirements

  • Have 1 square pinometer of soil.

Romance Requirements

  • Have 1 square pinometer of soil or grass.
  • There is a Whirlm house in the garden.

Variant 1 Requirements (Purple)

Variant 2 Requirements (Red)

Variant 3 Requirements (Green)

Trick Requirements

Wildcard Variants

  • Wildcard #1: Two horns on the top of its head
  • Wildcard #2: Frills on the sides of its face
  • Wildcard #3: Three horns on its back

Requirements (Trouble in Paradise - Just For Fun)

Appear Requirements

  • You are a level 0 gardener or better.

Visit Requirements

  • You are a level 0 gardener or better.

Resident Requirements

  • You are a level 0 gardener or better.

Requirements (Pocket Paradise)

Appear

Visit

  • Have 10 pinometers of soil or grass (1%).

Resident

  • Have 10 pinometers of soil or grass (1%).

Romance

  • Have 10 pinometers of soil or grass (1%).
  • Have a Whirlm house in the garden.

Variant (Purple)

Whirlm Uses

  • Having 1 Whirlm in the garden helps to meet the Sparrowmint's Appear requirements.
  • Having 2 Whirlms in the garden helps to meet the Sparrowmint's Visit requirements.
  • Having 4 Whirlms in the garden helps to meet the Fudgehog's Visit requirements.
  • Eating 1 Whirlm helps to meet the Sparrowmint's Romance requirements.
  • Eating 2 Whirlms helps to meet the Fudgehog's Resident requirements.
  • Having the Whirlm Romancer Award helps to meet the Sparrowmint's Resident requirements.

Species Conflicts

Eats

  • None

Eaten by

Rivals

  • None

Housing

Whirlm Home Journal.png

The Whirlm Home is made up of a lot of connected pipes that lead to an underground den.

In the TV Series

Wilson Whirlm

Wilson Whirlm.

Wilson Whirlm is the central character of the TV series episode Whirlm with a Dream, in which Wilson dreams of being launched to a party. He eventually manages to get launched from the Cannoñata with a group as a whole disguised as Fergy Fudgehog.

Wendel Whilrm

Wendel Whirlm.

Wendel Whirlm is a major character in the TV series episode Soil and Green. He tills the land so that plants can grow in his garden.

Gallery

To see all pictures and videos about this topic, see Whirlm/Gallery.
Viva Piñata Classic Species

Arocknid · Badgesicle · Barkbark · Bonboon · Bunnycomb · Buzzenge · Buzzlegum · Candary · Chewnicorn · Chippopotamus · Cinnamonkey · Cluckles · Cocoadile · Crowla · Doenut · Dragonache · Dragumfly · Eaglair · Elephanilla · Fizzlybear · Flutterscotch (Species) · Fourheads · Fudgehog · Galagoogoo · Goobaa · Horstachio · Jameleon · Juicygoose · Kittyfloss · Lackatoad · Lickatoad · Macaraccoon · Mallowolf · Moozipan · Mothdrop · Mousemallow · Newtgat · Parrybo · Pigxie · Ponocky · Pretztail · Profitamole · Pudgeon · Quackberry · Raisant · Rashberry · Reddhott · Roario · Salamango · Shellybean · Sherbat · Sparrowmint · Squazzil · Swanana · Sweetooth · Syrupent · Taffly · Twingersnap · Whirlm · Zumbug

Viva Piñata Trouble in Paradise Species

Arocknid · Badgesicle · Barkbark · Bispotti · Bonboon · Bunnycomb · Buzzenge · Buzzlegum · Camello · Candary · Cherrapin · Chewnicorn · Chippopotamus · Choclodocus · Chocstrich · Cinnamonkey · Cluckles · Cocoadile · Crowla · Custacean · Doenut · Dragonache · Dragumfly · Eaglair · Elephanilla · Fizzlybear · Flapyak · Flutterscotch (Species) · Fourheads · Fudgehog · Galagoogoo · Geckie · Goobaa · Hoghurt · Hootyfruity · Horstachio · Jameleon · Jeli · Juicygoose · Kittyfloss · Lackatoad · Lemmoning · Lickatoad · Limeoceros · Macaraccoon · Mallowolf · Moojoo · Moozipan · Mothdrop · Mousemallow · Newtgat · Parmadillo · Parrybo · Peckanmix · Pengum · Pieena · Pigxie · Polollybear · Ponocky · Pretztail · Profitamole · Pudgeon · Quackberry · Raisant · Rashberry · Reddhott · Roario · Robean · S'morepion · Salamango · Sarsgorilla · Shellybean · Sherbat · Smelba · Sparrowmint · Squazzil · Swanana · Sweetle · Sweetooth · Syrupent · Taffly · Tartridge · Tigermisu · Twingersnap · Vulchurro · Walrusk · Whirlm · Zumbug

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