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Dimension Mirror

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Dimension Mirror
Dimension Mirror Art.jpg
Artwork of the Dimension Mirror from Kirby & The Amazing Mirror's Japanese site
Type Device / Plot device
Function Acts as a portal to the Mirror World
Found Rainbow Route - Central Circle, Royal Road in Dededetour!
Game(s) Kirby & The Amazing Mirror
Kirby: Triple Deluxe
Similar to Black Mirror
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The Dimension Mirror[1] is a powerful artifact which can be found in the Mirror World in Kirby & The Amazing Mirror, and also makes an appearance in Kirby: Triple Deluxe. It is sequestered in the center of the Central Circle of Rainbow Route. The mirror serves as a gateway to another realm, and is adorned with a luxurious golden frame with wing and crown insignia.

In Kirby & The Amazing Mirror, the realm of the Dimension Mirror is corrupted and turned into a dark eerie reflection by Dark Mind, whereupon it begins to make evil copies of whatever stares into it. In order to prevent interference from the heroes of Dream Land, one of these reflections - Dark Meta Knight - shatters the mirror into eight shards and then scatters them throughout the Mirror World. It is up to Kirby and his recently-created clones to obtain the shards and restore the mirror before they can face down Dark Mind and save the mirror world. A similar mirror also appears above the skies of Dream Land, which serves as the gateway to the Mirror World. It is seen only in the intro cutscene to the game.

Game appearances[edit]

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Kirby & The Amazing Mirror[edit]

Dimension Mirror
KatAM Intro7.png
The Kirbys battle Dark Mind in The Mirror.
Level Nr. 10
Room count 9
Goal Game count N/A
Connected level(s) Rainbow Route
Boss Dark Meta Knight
Dark Mind
Theme music

Clip of the "Start Stage" theme from Kirby & The Amazing Mirror

Level progression
Candy Constellation Last level
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The Mirror is the tenth and final level in Kirby & The Amazing Mirror. It is unlocked when Kirby collects all of the Mirror Shards from defeating the Bosses in each level of the game. When all the shards have been collected, the mirror-shaped portal, which was deactivated when Dark Meta Knight split the mirror into shards, will turn gold once again. At this point, the Dimension Mirror has been restored, allowing the four Kirbys to face Dark Meta Knight and vanquish Dark Mind.


The realm inside the Dimension Mirror is split up into nine areas. At the end of each area is a mirror-shaped portal that teleports the Kirbys to the next area. The first area is where Dark Meta Knight makes his final appearance in the game. The area has circular purple clouds looming above everything which stretch across the entire length of the sky. There also seem to be the ruins of a coliseum in the background, which is similar to the intact coliseum of the Central Circle in Rainbow Route.

After defeating Dark Meta Knight, the Kirbys are sucked into an eerie portal, and Meta Knight tosses his sword in after them. In the next area, Kirby is prompted to pick up the sword, after which Dark Mind appears for a fight. Dark Mind must be battled four times in slightly varying environments. In between each battle is a room which contains a series of puzzles to solve, as well as enemies and items to utilize. After the fourth defeat, Dark Mind assumes his true form for one more much longer fight. As this fight begins, Shadow Kirby appears to give Kirby back Master if he lost it earlier.

Once Dark Mind is defeated in his true form, Kirby takes off after him on his Warp Star and has one last showdown against him in the game's credits. Once these end, Dark Mind is finally defeated, and the game is complete.


The following enemies appear in the intermediate chambers between each Dark Mind battle:

Sprite Name Copy Ability
KNiDL Bronto Burt sprite.png
Bronto Burt None
KNiDL Flamer sprite.png
Flamer Burning
KNiDL Glunk sprite.png
Glunk None
KNiDL Gordo sprite.png
Gordo N/A
KNiDL Scarfy sprite.png
Scarfy N/A
KNiDL Sir Kibble sprite.png
Sir Kibble Cutter
KNiDL Sparky sprite.png
Sparky Spark
KNiDL Sword Knight sprite.png
Sword Knight Sword
KNiDL Twister sprite.png
Twister Tornado

Notably, none of the enemies present are ones that made their debut in Kirby & The Amazing Mirror.

Kirby: Triple Deluxe[edit]

King Dedede finds the Dimension Mirror at the end of Royal Road in Kirby: Triple Deluxe.

At the end of Dededetour!, King Dedede encounters the Dimension Mirror after defeating Queen Sectonia DX. Out of the mirror comes a dark reflection of himself known as Shadow Dedede which he must fight. Upon Shadow Dedede's defeat, the genuine Dedede jumps into the mirror to find the same eerie area featured in Kirby & The Amazing Mirror. Here, he must face down against Dark Meta Knight's Revenge. After defeating him, Dedede seals him into the mirror and then smashes it to pieces, completing the game.

It is revealed through pause captions and Miiverse posts that, prior to the events of Kirby: Triple Deluxe, Taranza had obtained the mirror and brought it to Queen Sectonia as a gift. Unaware of the mirror's dark power, the queen stared into it continuously, growing more and more mentally warped until she became the mad tyrant seen in the game proper.

The mirror has been subtly redesigned for this game, with its most noticeable difference being a more elaborate frame along its top and bottom borders, as well as larger decorative stars. The redesign gives the mirror a subtle resemblance to Queen Sectonia's crown and antennae.

The Dimension Mirror also appears as a rare Keychain, which can be collected in Wild World - Stage 2.

Kirby and the Rainbow Curse[edit]

In this game, the Dimension Mirror appears as an icon in the Music Room that represents the Kirby & The Amazing Mirror music tracks.

Kirby Star Allies[edit]

The Dimension Mirror appears in the "The Great Labyrinth Battle" and "Rockabilly And Blues" Celebration Pictures. Notably, in the latter one, Queen Sectonia in her original form can be seen inside it.



Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ディメンションミラー
Dimenshon Mirā
Dimension Mirror
French Miroir dimensionnel Dimensional mirror
German Dimensionsspiegel Dimension Mirror
Italian Specchio Dimensionale Dimensional Mirror
Korean 디멘션 미러
Dimensyeon Mireo
Dimension Mirror
Spanish Espejo Dimensional Dimensional Mirror