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Bound Pound

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more bosses using Bound Pound
Bound Pound being used by Void Soul.

Bound Pound,[Japanese title] also translated as Bound Pond[from internal data][1] (and also called Sprint[Japanese title]) is a recurring attack used by various bosses (typically ball-shaped "soul" bosses) which involves the user bouncing along the background before slamming hard into the ground, creating shockwaves on landing and usually dropping Drop Stars in its wake. The first user of this attack was Drawcia Soul in Kirby: Canvas Curse, and it has since been reused by several subsequent ball-shaped bosses in the Kirby series.

Game appearances[edit]

The following table outlines in chronological order which games this attack appears in, which entity can use the attack, and any other pertinent notes.

Bound Pound appearances  
Game User Notes
Kirby: Canvas Curse Drawcia Soul This is the first appearance of the move, setting the standard for how it operates.
Kirby's Return to Dream Land Grand Doomer Used only during the final phase in Story Mode and Extra Mode.
Kirby: Triple Deluxe Soul of Sectonia Used only during the final phase. Merged with Deadly Sun under the name Deadly Bound Sun.[2]
Kirby Star Allies Void Termina Used only during the 4th phase
Void Soul Splits into 4 copies with each of them proceeding to do the attack.
Void Uses two variations: One features Void splitting into 4 copies with them proceeding to do the attack in pairs. The other features Void partially filling the arena with water before using the attack.
Kirby and the Forgotten Land Chaos Elfilis Used only during the final phase. Produces shockwaves from the impact.

Gallery[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese バウンド ポンド[3]
Baundo Pondo
Bound Pound / Bound Pond
ポンド can be translated as both "pound" and "pond", and is spelled as the latter in the data names.
Based on context, it's likely intended to be "pound".


Language Name Meaning
Japanese カケッコ[4]
Kakekko
Sprint


See also[edit]

References

  1. Taken from internal name "BoundPond", from Kirby Star Allies and Kirby and the Forgotten Land.
  2. From the 星のカービィ トリプルデラックス 完全攻略本 (Kirby: Triple Deluxe Complete Strategy Guide) book.
  3. A Japanese strategy guide for Kirby: Canvas Curse
  4. A Japanese strategy guide for Kirby Star Allies