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Falluna Moon

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Falluna Moon
KSA Falluna Moon entry.jpg
Falluna Moon on the world map.
Level Far-Flung Starlight Heroes
Big Switch? No
Friend Action(s) No
Boss(es) Whispy Woods, Yggy Woods
Theme music

Clip of the music that plays in normal areas of Falluna Moon

Stage order
Planet Earthfall Planet Misteen
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Falluna Moon is a moon which orbits Planet Earthfall and shares its host planet's climate. This moon serves as the second stage of Far-Flung Starlight Heroes in Kirby Star Allies. As a stage, it is relatively short, but ends in a fight with Whispy Woods, then Yggy Woods. Completing this stage is necessary to unlock Jambandra Base.

The stage name appears to be a combination of fall (autumn) and luna (moon).


The stage begins with a path past many Bombers and a few potential friends. At the end of this path, Kirby and his allies will have to battle Whispy Woods a second time. After defeating him, however, a cherry bounces off from the right. Following the source leads to a new tree opponent to face in Yggy Woods. His fight is similar to Whispy's, though Yggy is tougher and houses Blados in his canopy. Defeating him clears the stage.

Rare Picture Piece Guide[edit]

Kirby hits home with the Key.

A round-trip door can be found under the main path near the beginning. Inside, Kirby will need to carry a Key past many Comos to unlock a cache containing this picture piece.

Guest Star ???? Star Allies Go![edit]

The following lists the location of the Power-Up Heart in Falluna Moon.

Power-Up Heart[edit]

  • Attack Heart: Replaces the Rare Picture Piece. Appears for every Friend.

Enemies, Bosses, and Abilities[edit]

Regular Enemies

* = only during the boss fights

Bosses & Mid-Bosses

Abilities Friend Actions

  • None.


Side areas[edit]

Video walkthrough[edit]

100% walkthrough of Falluna Moon.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 小惑星しょうわくせいフォルナ
Shōwakusei Foruna
Minor Planet Falluna
Chinese 秋月小行星
qiū yuè xǐao xíng xīng
Minor Planet Falluna
Dutch Maan Hervsta Falla Moon (from herfst, fall)
European French Lune Marcesse
German Mond Herbuna Moon Falluna
Italian Luna Autunno Autumn Moon
Korean 소행성 폴루나
sohaengseong polluna
Minor Planet Falluna
European Spanish Luna Ocasia Sunsetia Moon