Dried-up Sea

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Dried-up Sea
KF2 Stage Dried-up Sea.png
The stage select image for Dried-up Sea in Kirby Fighters 2
Game(s) Kirby Fighters 2
Based on Gigabyte Grounds - Stage 2
Theme Music

"Dried-up Sea" (Kirby: Planet Robobot)

Default music for Dried-up Sea.

Alternate Music

"Dried-up Sea" (Kirby Fighters 2 remix)

Alternate music for Dried-up Sea.

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Dried-up Sea is a Battle Stage that appears in Kirby Fighters 2. It is based on Gigabyte Grounds - Stage 2 from Kirby: Planet Robobot, and features Haltmann fans as stage hazards.


The stage features a flat floor with three Thin Floors floating above in an inverted pattern to that of Green Gardens, with the two on the left and right being higher than the one on the middle. Lined on each side of the arena are sets of three Haltmann fans which activate at random intervals. The fans have a low and high setting, which control how hard the fighters and items get pushed around. There are no hazards that deal damage on this stage.

The aesthetic of the stage is that of a completely arid desert lined with machinery from the Haltmann Works Company.

It is possible to toggle on or off the hazards for this stage in regular battles. When hazards are off, the Haltmann fans do not blow.

Unlock requirements[edit]

Dried-up Sea is one of the stages available from the start in Kirby Fighters 2. The secret song for the stage is unlocked at a Fighters Rank of 84.


Screenshot of Kirby traversing through Gigabyte Grounds - Stage 2 in Kirby: Planet Robobot.
Main article: Gigabyte Grounds - Stage 2

Dried-up Sea takes its visual appearance and music from Gigabyte Grounds - Stage 2 in Kirby: Planet Robobot. Both make heavy use of Haltmann fans to create currents that Kirby must deal with.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 枯渇した海
Kokatsu shita Umi
Dried-up Sea
This is the same name as its music theme from Kirby: Planet Robobot.
German Ausgetrocknetes Meer Dried up Sea