Beehive

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A beehive is an item in the Animal Crossing series that can be found in the town's trees, which it can be shaken out of. Upon making contact with the ground, the beehive spawns a bee swarm that chases the player before disappearing. The swarm continues its pursuit until the player gets stung (resulting in a swollen left eye), enters a building, saves and quits, or catches a bee with their net. In Animal Crossing: New Leaf, beehives can be picked up and sold for 500 bells or used in Harvest Festival recipes, and none appear when the player's town gate is open.

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Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U[edit]

Beehives appear as throwable items in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U. When the hive is thrown, a bee swarm will spawn and attack the opponent who is hit. However, if the beehive fails to make contact with an opponent, the thrower will be attacked instead. Each sting deals 2 to 4 percentage points of damage, and the bees remain on the stage for 10 seconds - chasing their target wherever they go (similar to how they act in the "Animal Crossing series" of games). In addition, on variations of the Tortimer Island stage where there are trees, a beehive can occasionally be found, though it is invisible to players until the tree holding the hive is struck.

BeehiveTrophyWiiU.png #215 Beehive
NTSC-U: An example of fine architecture constructed by insects, these bees are not shy about defending their hard work. Throw this at an enemy to direct their hate at that player. If the bees are after you, you can shake them for a while with some evasive maneuvers, but they'll track you down.

PAL: Bees don't like it when people destroy their home, so if you break a beehive, they'll come out looking for revenge. Even if you innocently had the beehive thrown at you, you'll be the target. You can dodge all you want, but they'll probably get you in the end, and their stings'll do a LOT of damage.
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