Fights occur when two Piñatas have a conflict, and can also happen if they just don't like each other. There are many species which are natural rivals like the Barkbark and the Kittyfloss, and they will always have a conflict. A fight can also be manually triggered by tapping a piñata with the shovel repeatedly. A piñata that is about to fight will turn red. If you want to stop a fight, you could try hitting the piñata with a shovel or watering them with the watering can, but this can lower their happiness, and sometimes this method will not work. You could try building a fence around their enclosures to stop them from coming close enough to fight. If you have a Bonboon in your garden, they can help to stop fights (but not all of them). A Sour Bonboon will randomly cause fights for other Piñatas.
In Viva Piñata and Viva Piñata: Trouble in Paradise, piñatas fight using species dependent missiles. For example, the Smelba fires socks at the opponent, while the Whirlm will fire fish hooks instead.
In Viva Piñata: Pocket Paradise fights will always be stopped if you use the watering can on one of the piñatas before the health gauges show up. A fight will always occur if another piñata is attempting to eat another one, and the predator will always win the fight.
|Player||Tower of Sour · Chocolate Coin · Alert · Award · Achievement · Gardener level · Journal · Camera · Concept art · Player Permissions · Training episode · Label · Label Designer · Crate|
|Garden||Weather · Day and night cycle · Fertilizer · Transformation · Candy · Shop · Pinometer · Helper · Piñata Vision · Bouncer Board · Garden Store · Trap · Playground · Just for Fun · Cursor|
|Tools||Watering can · Shovel · Surface Packet · Trick Stick · Seed Bag · Fertilizer Bag · Bait Bag|
|Piñatas||Species · Variant · Wild · Resident · Egg · Cocoon · Sour · Evolution · Romance · Conflict · Fight · Sickness · Wild-card · Happiness Rating · Food chain · Accessory · Costume · Trick · Item level · Reluctance to return|
|Minigames||Great Piñata Paperchase · P-Factor|