Dream Kingdom

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Dream Kingdom
Seaside Village.jpg
The Port Village; a place within the Dream Kingdom.
Game(s) Team Kirby Clash Deluxe
Super Kirby Clash
Inhabitant(s) Team Kirby, Bandana Waddle Dee, Magolor, Taranza, various enemies and other characters
Boss(es) Landia EX, King D-Mind, Parallel Nightmare, Aeon Hero
Related Dream Land
Theme Music


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The Dream Kingdom is the principal setting of the games Team Kirby Clash Deluxe and Super Kirby Clash, and is not canonically related to the main universe of the Kirby series. It is a medieval fantasy analogue to Dream Land, and is host to a number of residents who are common to both universes. The primary difference in its population is the fact that there is not one principal Kirby, but four different ones, who all come together to form Team Kirby.

Despite being called the Dream Kingdom, its king and castle are never seen in the games. A separate storybook was published in Japan which implies that King Dedede is the king, but he never appears in the games. Magolor mentions that King D-Mind looks like King Dedede, further indicating that he rules the kingdom.[1]

Places within the Dream Kingdom[edit]

The Dream Kingdom is split up into ten principal locations. Each of these areas has different variants, whether they be simply a change in the time of day, or a total change in appearance (such as the Decisive Battlefield and the Dreamscape). These locations are as follows:

Castle Village[edit]

This area is a well-paved town with houses in the background and various objects to interact with. Principal objects of interest include the Gem Apple Tree, Magolor's Shoppe, the Quest Board, the Adventurer Bell, the Shrine of Passwords, and the amiibo statue. Here, Team Kirby can take a breather from battles and converse with Magolor or Bandana Waddle Dee.

Port Village[edit]

This second village is introduced in Super Kirby Clash and is the first place Team Kirby goes to in that game. It bears all of the same amenities as the Castle Village, but it is situated on a dock near the sea.


In-game image of the Grasslands from Super Kirby Clash.

The Grasslands is a verdant green plains area with ample flora and windmill trees in the background. It is home to some of the weakest and some of the most powerful enemies in the games.


In-game image of the Seaside from Super Kirby Clash.

The Seaside is a tropical coastal area, and the first battlefield Team Kirby visits in Super Kirby Clash.

This area does not appear in Team Kirby Clash Deluxe.


In-game image of the Dunes from Super Kirby Clash.

The Dunes is an arid locale featuring elaborate rock formations and sand pouring down them like water.


In-game image of the Ruins from Super Kirby Clash.

The Ruins is a deep forest area dotted by abandoned stone structures. Huge cliffs arc in like waves in the background, and a tall stone spire can be seen in the background. Whispy Woods makes this area his home.


In-game image of the Volcano from Super Kirby Clash.

The Volcano is a nearly lifeless region dominated by lava floes and a massive lake of magma. A large active volcano can be found here, where Pyribbit resides.


In-game image of the Empyrean from Super Kirby Clash.

The Empyrean is a high mountaintop area situated well above the clouds, with large towers rising in the distance. Landia makes his home here, and Taranza can also be found in this location.

Decisive Battlefield[edit]

In-game image of the Decisive Battlefield from Super Kirby Clash.

The Decisive Battlefield is an otherworldly region which appears to be half engulfed into Another Dimension. Powerful enemies from other universes can enter the Dream Kingdom through this region.


In-game image of the Dreamscape from Super Kirby Clash.

The Dreamscape is a surreal land bearing a similar appearance to that of Rainbow Resort from Kirby's Adventure/Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land. Here, Team Kirby must contend with the most potent threats to the kingdom, and where the showdown against an ancient hero takes place.

This area does not appear in Team Kirby Clash Deluxe.


  • It is implied that the original Sub-Game Team Kirby Clash also takes place in the Dream Kingdom, but it is not explicitly named as such in that game.