Cupie is typically seen on its own, flying in place or in tight circles. If Kirby is in range, Cupie will attempt to fire arrows at him, which travel a very short distance before falling down in an arc. Cupie is not particularly threatening, as its movement is slow and predictable, and its arrows are not fired very often. These arrows themselves are incapable of hitting Kirby if he is directly above or below Cupie.
Kirby & The Amazing Mirror
Cupie makes its debut appearance in this game, appearing sparsely in various rooms in the Mirror World. It can be found in Rainbow Route, Mustard Mountain, Carrot Castle, Peppermint Palace, and Candy Constellation.
In Kirby & The Amazing Mirror, Cupie can be found in the following rooms:
|Cupie locations in Kirby & The Amazing Mirror|
|Rainbow Route||Moonlight Mansion||Cabbage Cavern||Mustard Mountain||Carrot Castle||Olive Ocean||Peppermint Palace||Radish Ruins||Candy Constellation||The Mirror|
Kirby: Squeak Squad
Cupie makes its only other appearance as an enemy in this game, looking and acting exactly as it did in Kirby & The Amazing Mirror. Just like before, it is not very common, appearing sparsely in only a few stages.
Cupie can be found in the following levels and stages:
|Cupie locations in Kirby: Squeak Squad|
|Stage||Prism Plains||Nature Notch||Cushy Cloud||Jam Jungle||Vocal Volcano||Ice Island||Secret Sea||Gamble Galaxy|
Kirby: Triple Deluxe
Cupie appears as a randomly-obtained Keychain in this game, specifically representing its appearance in Kirby & The Amazing Mirror.
Names in other languages
The enemy's name was changed to match that of the Cupid ability, which was originally "Angel" in Japanese.
|German||Amorion||From "Amor" = "Cupid"|
|Italian||Al Cupido||Winged Cupid ("al" may be an abbreviation for "ala")|