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Dream Palace

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Dream Palace
KSA Tip Image Dream Palace.png
Tip image of Kirby entering a Dream Palace in Kirby Star Allies.
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Game(s) Kirby Star Allies
Inhabitant(s) Dream Rod
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A Dream Palace is a place which Kirby can visit in Kirby Star Allies. It is a small chapel-like structure which can be found on the world maps for the four main levels of the game, and needs to be unlocked by pressing certain Big Switches in regular stages.

When Kirby enters a Dream Palace, he can use the Dream Rod inside to call forth a Dream Friend to assist him. This can be done once per visit, and Kirby cannot visit the same Dream Palace again unless he clears a different stage first. When the Dream Rod is activated, a roulette appears which stops on an icon for one of the friends, who is then added to Kirby's team.

Unlock Requirements[edit]

There is one Dream Palace in each level in the story mode (except Level 5). To unlock them, the Big Switches in the following stages must be pressed:

Not all Dream Friends are available from the start. At first, only Bandana Waddle Dee, Rick & Kine & Coo, Marx, and Gooey can be summoned from the Dream Palace. King Dedede, Adeleine & Ribbon, Dark Meta Knight, and Daroach are unlocked after clearing Clash at Castle Dedede; Meta Knight, Magolor, Taranza, and Susie are unlocked after clearing Sacred Square; and The Three Mage-Sisters are unlocked after clearing Heroes in Another Dimension with at least 100 Friend Hearts collected.

Trivia[edit]

  • Aside from the Dream Palace, Dream Rods can also be found after pressing some of the Big Switches in Guest Star ???? Star Allies Go!, which can be used to call upon a Dream Friend.
  • If a secondary ally picks up the Dream Rod, that ally will be replaced by the resulting Dream Friend.

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Names in other languages[edit]

Dream Palace[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ドリームしんでん
Dorīmu Shinden
Dream Temple
Dutch Droompaleis Dream palace
Canadian French Palace de rêve Dream palace
European French Palais des rêves Dream palace
German Traumpalast Dream palace
Italian Palazzo Palace
Korean 드림 신전
Deurim Sinjeon
Dream Temple
Russian Дворец грез
Dvorets grez
Dream palace
Spanish Palacio de ensueño Dream palace


Dream Rod[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ドリームロッド
Dorīmu Roddo
Dream Rod
German Traumzepter Dream rod


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