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Bloo Hills

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Bloo Hills
KCC Bloo Hills.png
Title screen for Bloo Hills
Stages Cold Course
Dungeon Dome
Canvas Canyon
Level order
Neo Greo Omarine Zone
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Bloo Hills is the fifth level visited by Kirby in Kirby: Canvas Curse. The hex symbol representing Bloo Hills in the main game and Rainbow Run is a light blue with a dark blue swirl. Similar to the others, the stages can be played in any order, but a Boss Game will begin after completing all three. And lastly, 9 medals are offered in the main game, but 18 medals are available in the Rainbow Run Line Trial and Time Trial challenges. Also similar to the other worlds, Bloo Hills' areas names are all title alliterations.


Stage Description
One of the game's frozen areas. The areas take longer to complete than many previously conquered lands. At this point, enemies and environmental hazards are much more common. This area involves mostly underground ice cavern themed exploration. Typical hazards involved are falling Icicles, large ice boulders, and open pits.
Dungeon Dome, like Contrast Cave before it, also seems to be a mountainous cavern themed level with yellow walls and large decorative purple gems within. All three areas are vastly different from one another. The first is an underwater tunnel system, the second is a large chamber with staggering ledges dividing it somewhat, and the final area is a tunnel system without water.
Canvas Canyon brings Kirby back to the open air, but requires extensive aerial navigation against strong wind gusts. There is a great deal of verticality to the areas in this stage. Kirby can gain the Tornado ability to more easily traverse the hazards here.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ブエルヒルズ
bueru hiruzu
Buel Hills
European French Bleu Azur Azure Blue
German Blavernia Blavernia
Italian Grande Blu Great Blue
European Spanish Colinas Azulinas Bluey Hills