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Dom Woole

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Dom Woole
KEY Dom Woole artwork.png
Artwork of Dom Woole of Kirby's Epic Yarn
First appearance Kirby's Epic Yarn (2010)
Latest appearance Kirby's Extra Epic Yarn (2019)
Theme music

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Dom Woole manages Quilty Court. He's a big shot around here!
— Cast description from Kirby's Epic Yarn

Dom Woole is a non-playable character in Kirby's Epic Yarn and Kirby's Extra Epic Yarn. He runs many of the areas in Quilty Square, and helps Kirby with his pad. He is first seen after the Patch Castle stage is cleared, and gives Kirby a room in the Quilty Court, along with a Normal Chair as a housewarming gift. Dom has two brothers, named Chaise Woole and Loomis Woole, who are the proprietors of the Fabric and Furniture shops in Quilty Square, respectively.

Over the course of the game, Kirby has the opportunity to help Dom Woole expand his apartment building by financing it with beads and helping attract tenants to the building by decorating the various rooms with furniture found in the game's stages. Dom Woole also appears alongside his brothers Chaise and Loomis to celebrate whenever a new medal threshold is reached while playing a stage.


Quotes from Dom Woole in Kirby's Epic Yarn/Kirby's Extra Epic Yarn  
  • "Prince Fluff, what an unexpected surprise! Oh, and who might your friend here be?"
  • "Lord Kirby, you say? He is visiting us from another world, you say? How exciting!"
  • "My name is Dom Woole, and it is my pleasure to make your acquaintance."
  • "Lord Kirby is helping you save our beloved Patch Land? Oh, that's just wonderful!"
  • "I am the manager of Quilty Court here. Please come inside for a moment. I insist!"
  • "Welcome to your new home! ...Heheh. Well, I suppose it's not much to look at just yet!"
  • "But I would be honored to have one of Prince Fluff's guests staying here."
  • "A proper home must be properly furnished. Please accept this as a gift from me."
  • "Feel free to furnish your new place in whatever way you desire!"
  • "We'll discuss the rent later."
  • "Go ahead and enjoy the space. If you have any questions, I'll be around!"
  • "Now if you'll excuse me, I think I hear one of my other tenants walking by outside."
  • "Oh dear, what a pickle, what a pickle! What a definite pickle I am in!"
  • "Prince Fluff! Lord Kirby! You're still here! Oh, thank goodness I ran into you!"
  • "I am in the most dire of pickle straits! Could I possibly ask for your help?"
  • "Thank you ever so much, Lord Kirby! Your generosity shall not go unnoticed!"
  • "You see, I can't seem to find any tenants who will move into my new building here!"
  • "It's the market! What is one to do?"
  • "I think spiffing the place up a bit would definitely attract some new tenants."
  • "I'm so glad to hear that you agree! Now, take a look at this photo here."
  • "Could you do me a favor and decorate the room so it resembles this picture?"
  • "Wonderful! My, that was much easier than I expected. You chaps certainly are helpful!"
  • "Well, I'm sure you'll find the furniture you need in areas you've already visited."


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ルーム・ウール
Rūmu Ūru
Room Wool
Canadian French Logy Beaufil From "beau" (beautiful) and "fil" (yarn)
European French Phil de Laine Thread of Yarn
German Willi Webstuhl Willi Loom
Italian Phil Palazzi From "filo" (thread) and "palazzi" (plural of palace)
Korean 루움 울
ruum ul
Rooooom[sic] Wool
The vowel in the Korean transliteration of "room" (룸) is elongated as with the names of the other Wooles.
Latin American Spanish Estambrosio From "estambre" (a kind of yarn) and Ambrosio
European Spanish Botonio Delana From "botón" (button) and "de lana" (woolly)