|Artimice J. Bigpig|
|Game(s)||SPY Fox in "Dry Cereal"|
SPY Fox 2: "Some Assembly Required"(mentioned)
SPY Fox: "Operation Ozone"(mentioned)
"HA HA, Excellent! I like a fox that is willing to play for trinkets with a pig who likes to play go fish for trinkets" -Artimice J. Bigpig
Artimice J. Bigpig is a card shark and one of the best go-fish players in the world. He is often found in the Greek Cantina on the Island of Acidophilus, flipping cards around and awaiting his next foolish opponent. He enjoys playing for trinkets.
Spy Fox in "Dry Cereal"Edit
In Spy Fox in "Dry Cereal," SPY Fox meets Mr. Bigpig in the Greek Cantina. In all storylines, SPY Fox can challenge him to a game of Go Fish if he has bought the jar of trinkets from Gilbert at the trinket stand and places it on the table. At the start of any game, SPY Fox and Artimice will each wager a trinket before playing. Artimice is only important in the White Water storyline.
In the White Water storyline, SPY Fox must use the Captain Drydock talk balloon on Artimice to know about the Captain's missing lucky charm. Artimice reveals that he won it from the Captain through one of his Go Fish games and even reveals the charm himself. After winning a game of Go Fish, Spy Fox must challenge and defeat Bigpig with the lucky charm as Bigpig's wager in order to win back Captain Drydock's lucky charm.
SPY Fox 2: "Some Assembly Required"Edit
One of trophies at the ice rink had a trophy that Mr. Bigpig and his wife won.
Spy Fox: "Operation Ozone"Edit
According to Bea Bear, Artimice bought the cantina and turned it into a pachinko parlor at some point after "Dry Cereal".
Mr. Bigpig is an enormous anthropomorphic pig with a white smoking jacket and a fez. He is large enough to take up an entire Cantina booth to himself. We don't see his lower half through the course of the game.
Bigpig is very cocky and sure of himself; he is always quite confident and asserts himself as so. He believes he is unbeatable, and is quite surprised when he is beaten. This does not mean he forgets his manners, however. Bigpig is still sportmanslike and gentlemenly, even to his defeated opponents.
When playing Go-Fish against him, it is quite obvious when he is winning or losing. While winning, Bigpig will wear an incredibly cheeky smile. When on the brink of defeat, he can be seen sweating quite profusely.