Far-Flung Starlight Heroes

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Far-Flung Starlight Heroes
KSA Far-Flung Starlight Heroes title.jpg
Title card for Far-Flung Starlight Heroes
Details
Normal Stages 14
Extra Stages 4 (not counting Ability Planet)
Boss(es) Whispy Woods, Yggy Woods, Goldon & Silvox, Grand Mam, Francisca, Kracko, Twin Kracko, Flamberge, Zan Partizanne, Hyness
World order
Fortress of Shadows - Jambastion Kirby Star Allies
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Quote1.png Before they knew it, they were in deep space... Looking back, they saw that Planet Popstar was but a tiny glimmer in the distance. Kirby and his friends are determined to hopefully protect the peace (and tasty naptimes) of their beloved home! Now! Become a shining star and FLY! Quote2.png
— Level description in Kirby Star Allies

Far-Flung Starlight Heroes is the fourth level in Kirby Star Allies. It takes place in deep space, with each stage being a separate planet or moon. Kirby will have to visit each planet and then its moon (in any order he likes) in order to open the way to Jambandra, where he can face down the source of all his troubles, the crazed officiant Hyness.

Stages[edit]

Far-Flung Starlight Heroes is accessible once the Heavenly Hall stage in Fortress of Shadows - Jambastion is cleared. The level consists of a whopping 18 stages, as well as a Dream Palace and the Ability Planet. There are a great many bosses to face in this level, but to move on to the last level - Kirby Star Allies - Hyness must be defeated at The Divine Terminus.

For details on each stage individually, click the name of the stage.

Stages in Far-Flung Starlight Heroes  
Stage EX Stage? Unlock Req. Big Switch? Boss(es) Notes
Planet Earthfall No Yes Pressing the Big Switch unlocks the Dream Palace.
Falluna Moon No Complete Planet Earthfall. No Whispy Woods, Yggy Woods
Planet Misteen No Yes Pressing the Big Switch unlocks Extra Planet α.
Mareen Moon No Complete Planet Misteen. No Goldon & Silvox
Planet Caverna No No
Grott Moon No Complete Planet Caverna. No Grand Mam
Planet Frostak No Yes Pressing the Big Switch unlocks Extra Planet β.
Blizzno Moon No Complete Planet Frostak. No Francisca
Planet Towara No No
Gabbel Moon No Complete Planet Towara. No Kracko, Twin Kracko
Star Lavadom No Yes Pressing the Big Switch unlocks Extra Planet γ.
Sizzlai Moon No Complete Star Lavadom. No Flamberge
Jambandra Base No Complete all prior main stages. No A HAL Room can be found.
The Divine Terminus No Complete Jambandra Base. No Zan Partizanne, Hyness Completing this stage leads into Kirby Star Allies.
Extra Planet α Yes Press the Big Switch on Planet Misteen. No
Extra Planet β Yes Press the Big Switch on Planet Frostak. No
Extra Planet γ Yes Press the Big Switch on Star Lavadom. No
Extra Planet δ Yes Complete all prior stages and the final level. No
Ability Planet Yes Complete the final level. No This is not a stage per-se, as there is no way to 'clear' it and there are no Picture Pieces to collect. However, there is a challenge room here.

Cameo appearances[edit]

After clearing Story Mode, various objects can be seen occasionally floating in space on the world map to this level. These can include the following:

Trivia[edit]

  • On the world map of Far-Flung Starlight Heroes, the Right Stick can move the camera angle, and pressing the Right Stick button will reset it so Kirby will face the front.
  • The layout of this level is highly reminiscent of Milky Way Wishes from Kirby Super Star (Ultra), with the prime example being that Kirby can visit the six main planets in any order he wishes.
    • Extra Planet α has a similar gimmick to Planet Floria: Extra Planet α transitions between day, evening and night; Floria transitions between four seasons.
  • The first three extra planets feature music from Kirby's Return to Dream Land, Kirby: Triple Deluxe, and Kirby: Planet Robobot in that order. The fourth does the same, but all on one stage.
  • To date, this is the largest individual level in Kirby series history.
  • On the orange barrier around Jambandra Base, the kanji can be seen, which literally means "seal".

Gallery[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 遥か、きらめきの勇者たち
Haruka, kirameki no yūsha-tachi
Far Away, Sparkling Heroes
German Helden im fernen All Heroes in distant Space
Spanish Tierra remota - Mundo de héroes Remote Land - World of Heroes