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KEY Battins screenshot 1.jpg
Battins in resting position from Cool Cave.
First game Kirby's Epic Yarn (2010)
Latest game Kirby's Extra Epic Yarn (2019)
Similar entities Batty, Buttonbee, Buttonfly
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Quote1.png This bat strikes when you get close. He's a silent hunter. Quote2.png
— Patch Plaza

Battins is a purple bat-like enemy from Kirby's Epic Yarn and Kirby's Extra Epic Yarn. He can be found resting on ceilings in caves and will stir if Kirby or Prince Fluff approaches or walks past him. Once awake, Battins will swoop down, then dive forward with his fangs out, which can hurt his target. If captured with the Yarn Whip, Battins will split into three homing projectiles when thrown, much like Buttonbee.


Battins can be found in the following levels and stages in Kirby's (Extra) Epic Yarn:

Battins locations in Kirby's (Extra) Epic Yarn  
Stage Appearance? Stage Appearance?
Patch Castle Xmark.png Deep-Dive Deep Xmark.png
Fountain Gardens Xmark.png Boom Boatyard Xmark.png
Flower Fields Xmark.png Fossil Reef Xmark.png
Rainbow Falls Xmark.png Snowy Fields Xmark.png
Big-Bean Vine Xmark.png Cozy Cabin Xmark.png
Mole Hole Xmark.png Mt. Slide Xmark.png
Weird Woods Xmark.png Frosty Wheel Xmark.png
Pyramid Sands Xmark.png Frigid Fjords Xmark.png
Lava Landing Xmark.png Evergreen Lift Xmark.png
Cool Cave Yescheck.png Future City Xmark.png
Dino Jungle Xmark.png Tube Town Xmark.png
Temper Temple Xmark.png Mysterious UFO Xmark.png
Dusk Dunes Xmark.png Stellar Way Xmark.png
Toy Tracks Xmark.png Moon Base Xmark.png
Mushroom Run Xmark.png Outer Rings Xmark.png
Sweets Park Xmark.png Whispy's Forest Xmark.png
Melody Town Xmark.png Tempest Towers Xmark.png
Cocoa Station Xmark.png Cloud Palace Xmark.png
Dark Manor Yescheck.png Castle Dedede Xmark.png
Splash Beach Xmark.png Meta Melon Isle Xmark.png
Blub-Blub Ocean Xmark.png Battleship Halberd Xmark.png
Secret Island Xmark.png


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese バサバサ
(Japanese onomatopoeia for the flapping of wings)