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Kirby fires out a copy-ability star
Stars are objects that have varying uses within different Kirby titles. One of the most common appearances is the copy-ability star that enemies become when absorbed by Kirby. When Kirby wants to remove an ability, he will spit out the star of the enemy he absorbed (In Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards, he can also hold these stars above his head). In many other Kirby games, stars can be collected and, once a certain amount is reached, Kirby will obtain an extra life.

Other Stars

  • The Warp Star is also regularly occurring star that allows Kirby to travel great distances by riding it.
  • A Star Rod is a weapon or copy ability that allows Kirby to fire stars to damage enemies.
  • Star Blocks are a regular occurrence in Kirby games and can be smashed or inhaled


Kirby using the Star Rod
  • On several occasions, the stars from Kirby's homeworld Dream Land have been stolen and it is up to Kirby to return them to their rightful place.
  • The Star Rod is also the focus of Kirby's Adventure where it has been stolen from the Fountain of Dreams and its absence is upsetting the sleep of the residents of Dream Land
  • A star is often used as the symbol of the Kirby series and is used as such in the Super Smash Bros. series.
  • In Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards, Kirby and friends visit many different planets - each of them are called "stars" despite only the Pop Star having any resemblance to a star.