Archer

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Artwork of Archer Kirby from Kirby: Triple Deluxe.
Details
Debut Game Kirby: Triple Deluxe
Last Game Kirby: Planet Robobot
Type(s) Unlimited use
Obtained from Spynum
Power(s) Shoot enemies with arrows from long distance.
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Archer is an ability that gives Kirby a purple cap with a white trim and a yellow feather sticking out of the back, and a pink bow with orange tips and star insignia, stocked with brown-shafted arrows. It can only be obtained from a Spynum. The ability allows you to release arrows at several different angles. Kirby can also charge the arrows. They will be charged only twice, allowing for three different types of arrows. He can also shoot arrows straight into the air, and if he charges that, they will become a shower of arrows to rain on surrounding enemies. If Kirby hits the down button, he'll go into camouflage, where he puts up a piece of fake cardboard scenery, like bushes and trees, and hides behind it. He can even fire arrows in this position. Finally, Kirby can melee enemies using his arrows, and jump up in the air and fire several arrows at the ground in front of him. This ability was first introduced in Kirby: Triple Deluxe, along with Beetle, Bell, Circus, and Hypernova. It made a reappearance in Kirby: Planet Robobot.

Moveset

Archer moveset for Kirby: Triple Deluxe
while facing right
Skill Button Execution Skill Button Execution
Shot
B
Sky Shot
↑ + B
Snipe Shot
Hold B to charge, and then release
Sky-Shot Shower
Press ↑ and then hold B, and then release
Magic-Star Arrow
Hold B longer before releasing
Arrow Slash
Dash + B
Sharpshooter
While holding B, press either of ↨
Leaping Quiver
Dash jump + B in midair
Camouflage
Hitman
B while camouflaged
Crawl
Either of ↔ while camouflaged

Trivia

  • Archer is very similar to Cupid as they both shoot arrows. However, there are two key differences. Archer Kirby doesn't have wings, and can't hover in place with this ability. Also, Archer's arrows have noticeably more power, speed, and control options.
  • Some of the fake scenery used in Camouflage also include hidden secrets. For instance, Kirby can hide behind a stone that looks similar to Stone Kirby, hide behind an image of King Dedede, and hide behind the HAL Laboratory logo.