Kirby Super Star (Ultra)
Fighter debuted in Kirby Super Star and also appears in its remake Kirby Super Star Ultra. In these games, Kirby can obtain this ability by swallowing Knuckle Joe or Iron Mam the Mid-Boss, or by touching Enemy Symbols or Copy Essence Deluxes. With this ability equipped, Kirby can create Knuckle Joe as a helper. Kirby's visual appearance only changes by adding a red headband.
|Fighter moveset in Kirby Super Star and Kirby Super Star Ultra|
|Set blow strength by holding|
|Skill (Short Charge)||Skill (Long Charge)||Button execution|
|Vulcan Jab||Smash Punch|
|Leg Sweep||Spin Kick||Dash +|
|Down Kick||Double Kick||in air|
|Rising Break||+ Hold|
|Grab Foe||+ near foe|
|Arm Throw||Grab +|
|Judo Throw||Grab + +|
Kirby & The Amazing Mirror
Fighter appears in this game, despite having not appeared in the prior title Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land upon which this game's engine was based. As is typical for the ability, it has a large variety of moves, unlike most of the other abilities in Kirby & The Amazing Mirror. The ability gives Kirby a red bandana that flaps behind him when he runs, jumps, falls, uses moves, or moves in any other way. The bandana turns grey when the chalk spray is equipped. The picture that appears when Kirby copies fighter shows Kirby slamming his fist into the ground. Fighter is provided by a fair number of enemies in the game, including the following:
|Fighter Moveset in Kirby & The Amazing Mirror|
|Skill||Button Execution||Skill||Button Execution|
|Vulcan Jab||Rising Kick|
|Slam Punch||Force Blast|
|Mega Force Blast||Giga Force Blast|
|Triple Spin Kick||Rising Break|
|Sky Kick||Moon Somersault Kick|
Kirby: Squeak Squad
Fighter returns in this title, bearing largely the same look and feel as it had in Kirby & The Amazing Mirror, though with a few adjustments. It is once again provided by Boxin and Box Boxer. Acquiring the Ability Scroll for the Fighter ability allows Kirby to launch an even bigger force blast which can break metal blocks.
Additionally, Kirby gains a unique idle pose when he has this ability. He raises his arms and sways back and forth in a fighting stance, in a similar fashion to that of Ryu from Street Fighter.
Kirby's Return to Dream Land
Fighter reappears in Kirby's Return to Dream Land, obtained by swallowing enemies such as Knuckle Joe or touching Copy Essences. Since Return to Dream Land, Fighter's moveset generally emulate back to the original moveset from Kirby Super Star. Aesthetically, Kirby gains the signature red head band like in Kirby Super Star, but shorter and with a star in the front of the headband.
|Fighter Moveset in Kirby's Return to Dream Land|
|Skill||Button Execution||Description||Skill||Button Execution||Description|
|Vulcan Jab||Kirby unleashes a barrage of punches in front of him.||Force Blast||Kirby fires a small yet powerful blast of energy.|
|Smash Punch||Kirby does a strong punch in front of him.||Mega Force Blast||Kirby fires a larger more powerful blast of energy.|
|Leg Sweep||Kirby slides forward like his base form's slide attack but can hit more enemies.||Giga Force Blast||Kirby fires a large and powerful fireball in front of him.|
|Spin Kick||Kirby does three powerful kicks in front of him while spinning mid-air.||Instant Mega Force Blast||Kirby fires a instantaneous version of mega force blast.|
|Down Kick||Kirby does a small kick that can be repeated.||Moon Somersault Kick||Kirby does an upwards kick that sends the poor victim in the air.|
|Double Kick||Kirby does a does a double kick to a similar effect to Smash Punch.||Foe Grab||Kirby grabs his opponent.|
|Rising Break||Kirby does a multi-hit uppercut.||Arm Throw||Similar to Throw, Kirby tosses his opponent forward, damaging any enemies they hit.|
|Sky Kick||Similar to Suplex's pinpoint kick, Kirby dives down with his foot extended to hit enemies below.||Judo Throw||Kirby judo throws his opponent behind him.|
Kirby's Dream Collection
Kirby: Triple Deluxe
Fighter returns once again, being provided by Knuckle Joe. It also appears in Kirby Fighters.
Kirby Fighters Deluxe
Fighter is one of the selectable Copy Abilities in this expanded spin-off title. It is largely the same as it was in Kirby: Triple Deluxe.
Kirby: Planet Robobot
Fighter returns in this title, unchanged from its appearance in Kirby: Triple Deluxe.
Kirby Battle Royale
|Heya, fighter! Go give 'em a knuckle sandwich for me! When you see an opening, use your Giga Force Blast to knock 'em out!|
— Knuckle Joe's comment in Kirby Battle Royale
Fighter is one of the abilities on offer for Kirby Battle Royale. It allows Kirby to perform a wide series of lightning-fast punches and kicks and chase his target easily. It also allows Kirby to use a special ranged attack after a brief charge-up.
|Fighter Moveset in Kirby Battle Royale|
|Skill||Button Execution||Skill||Button Execution|
|Quick Jab||Giga Force Blast|
|Rising Break||Spin Kick|
|Sky Kick||Final Spin Kick|
Kirby Star Allies
Fighter returns in this title, provided once again by Knuckle Joe. In addition to the large arsenal of moves Kirby obtains from this ability, he can also use Friend Throw when near a recruited Friend.
|Fighter's Moveset in Kirby Star Allies |
while facing right
|Vulcan Jab||Kirby unleashes a barrage of jabs in front of him.|
|Smash Punch||Kirby does a strong punch, throwing a blast of energy in front of him.|
|Leg Sweep||Kirby slides forward like his base form's slide attack but can hit more enemies. Unlike sliding, Kirby goes through enemies while invincible in the process.|
|Spin Kick||Kirby does three consecutive spin kicks while jumping forward, invincible in the process.|
|Down Kick||Kirby does a small kick that can be repeated. Kirby bounces off the enemy slightly after Down Kick.|
|Double Kick||Kirby does a double kick, throwing a blast of energy similar to Smash Punch.|
|Rising Break||Kirby does a multi-hit uppercut, invincible in the process.|
|Sky Kick||Similar to Suplex's Pinpoint Kick, Kirby dives down with his foot extended to hit enemies below. Kirby bounces off the enemy slightly after Sky Kick.|
|Force Blast||Kirby fires a small blast of energy from his both hands.|
|Mega Force Blast||Kirby fires a large, powerful blast of energy from his both hands.|
|Giga Force Blast||Kirby fires a larger and more powerful fireball from his both hands, which gives Sizzle augment.|
|Instant Mega Force Blast||Kirby fires a instantaneous version of Mega Force Blast. Can be repeated with quick button execution.|
|Moon Somersault Kick||Kirby does a somersault kick that sends the common enemy in the air and can be repeated.|
|Foe Grab||Kirby grabs a common enemy or a Recoil Star, invincible in the process.|
|Arm Throw||Similar to Throw ability, Kirby tosses what he has grabbed forward, invincible in the process and damaging any enemies hit by the thrown projectile.|
|Judo Throw||As its name says, Kirby judo throws what he has grabbed behind him, invincible in the process and damaging any enemies hit by the thrown projectile.|
Interestingly, although the original names of Fighter's moves in the Japanese version are using the same English words, the Chinese version of Kirby Star Allies has given some stylish names of Fighter's moves, namely:
- Vulcan Jab - 无影拳 (wú yǐng quán): literally means "Shadowless Punch".
- Rising Break - 雷神破 (léi shén pò): literally means "Thunder God Break". Possibly a reference to the Japanese pronunciation of Rising which is similar to Raijin, the Japanese god of lightning and thunder.
Kirby Fighters 2
Fighter returns in Kirby Fighters 2 as a selectable ability for Kirby to use. It is unlocked after attaining a Fighters Rank of 16. Its move-set is the same as it has been in previous titles, though damage values have been adjusted.
|Fighter move-set in Kirby Fighters 2|
|Skill||Button Execution||Description||Damage (unmodified)|
|Vulcan Jab||Kirby throws out a rapid series of punches, and can continue doing so for as long as B is repeatedly pressed.||6 (first hit) |
3 (subsequent hits)
|Smash Punch||Kirby throws out a strong single punch that sends a small shockwave ahead of him.||22|
|Leg Sweep||Kirby throws out his foot and slides forward, dragging foes along with him.||14 (if all hits connect)|
|Spin Kick||Kirby propels himself forward and slightly upward with three spinning kicks, carrying foes caught in the motion.||20 (initial hit) |
12 (subsequent hits)
44 (if all hits connect)
|Down Kick||Kirby throws his foot out as he descends. If he hits an opponent, he will bounce off afterward.||18|
|Double Kick||Kirby throws his feet out to the side and releases an energy wave which travels horizontally.||26|
|Rising Break||Kirby performs a jumping uppercut, dragging any foes caught along with him in the motion.||45 (if all hits connect)|
|Sky Kick||Kirby drops diagonally downward with his foot out at high speed, and bounces off of any foe he hits.||22|
|Force Blast||Kirby charges up and releases an energy blast which travels quickly across the stage horizontally.||20 |
14 (early release, no projectile)
|Mega Force Blast||Kirby charges up and releases a bigger energy blast which travels quickly across the stage horizontally.||24|
|Giga Force Blast||Kirby charges up and releases a giant red energy blast which travels quickly across the stage horizontally and passes through foes.||50|
|Instant Mega Force Blast||Kirby lets out a Mega Force Blast without having to charge.||24|
|Moon Somersault Kick||Kirby does an aerial flip kick.||26|
|Foe Grab||Kirby grabs his foe. If he does nothing, the foe escapes after 5 seconds or less with no damage.||N/A|
|Arm Throw||Kirby punches his foe and launches them forward.||20|
|Judo Throw||Kirby tosses his foe behind him after a quick punch.||20|
In Kirby: Right Back at Ya!
|All right! It's Fighter Kirby!|
In the Kirby: Right Back at Ya! anime, Fighter Kirby makes a significant number of appearances, often being provided by Knuckle Joe, whether intentionally or not. When Kirby gains this ability, he dons the signature red headband, and gains increased agility, as well as several flashy energy-based attacks. The most notable of these are Vulcan Jab, Smash Punch, Spin Kick, Overhead Toss, and Rising Break; the last of which is always used as the finishing blow on his opponent. In the Japanese version of the show, Kirby always calls out the names of these attacks when he uses them.
When Kirby gains the Fighter ability, it is often when he is facing some of Night Mare Enterprises' toughest monsters. The most notable of these are Masher and its upgraded form Masher 2.0. Fighter Kirby gains his most prominent appearance, however, in Snack Attack - Part II, where he uses the ability for the majority of the episode's run-time in order to battle the five Martial Arts All-Stars.
Fighter Kirby overpowering Karate Kid
Fighter Kirby performing Spin Kick on Teacher Creature
Fighter Kirby finishing off Dirk, Kirk, and Smirk
|Kirby Super Star||Copy the abilities of Fighter and assume the role of a mighty karate expert. Increase your power with practice!|
|Kirby: Squeak Squad||Go for it!
|Kirby Super Star Ultra||Hi-yaa! Hold the B Button longer for a stronger blow! That punch is an instant KO!|
|Kirby's Return to Dream Land||I'm a brawling Copy Ability! How long you hold 1 determines how strong or weak my attacks are! And I have a ton of them!|
|Kirby: Triple Deluxe||The Fighter ability is no joke, with tons of techniques to bring down the biggest baddies! Keep an eye out for opponents to knock out as you fight your way to the top!|
|Kirby: Planet Robobot||This ability raises your fighting power to the max! The supersonic punches and kicks Kirby unleashes bring about infinite fighting capabilities.|
|Kirby Battle Royale||Hit opponents with a flurry of attacks with this martial-arts ability!|
|Kirby Star Allies||Oh boy! It's the Fighting Copy Ability, complete with tons of techniques! Grab and throw foes with ease. You can even grab and throw...your friends! Throw them against rocks and other things you want to smash.|
Super Smash Bros. Melee trophy
Super Smash Bros. Brawl trophy
Super Smash Bros. For Wii U trophy
- Since its inception, the Fighter ability has consistently been one of the most complex Copy Abilities in the games it appears in, coming with lots of different moves.
- In the concept art of the Fighter ability for Kirby Super Star, it was originally called Rush, which also allowed Kirby to throw consecutive punches.
- The Fighter ability can be seen as a reference to Ryu from the Street Fighter series with respect to several aspects.
- The red headband Kirby wears is similar to the one Ryu wears.
- Two of Fighter's moves (Rising Break and the Force Blast line of attacks) are similar in concept to Ryu's trademark Shoryuken and Hadouken respectively. Furthermore, the input for the Instant Mega Force Blast is identical to Hadouken's input (down + forward + attack).
- Fighter's Vulcan Jab and Smash Punch have become part of Kirby's neutral attack combo in Super Smash Bros. series, also Double Kick as his back aerial, Moon Somersault Kick as his up aerial and Spin Kick as his forward smash. Vulcan Jab is also the neutral attack of Smash the Copy Ability based on his moveset in Super Smash Bros. series.
- Fighter's icon from Kirby & The Amazing Mirror may be a reference to Megaton Punch.
Ability Star from Kirby's Return to Dream Land
Banner from Kirby Personality Quiz
Names in other languages
gé dòu jiā
- 20th Anniversary Kirby Pupupu Encyclopedia, p. 121
|Kirby's Return to Dream Land|
|Playable Characters||Kirby ・Meta Knight ・Bandana Waddle Dee ・King Dedede|
|Levels||Planet Popstar||Cookie Country ・Raisin Ruins ・Onion Ocean ・White Wafers ・Nutty Noon|
|Halcandra||Egg Engines ・Dangerous Dinner|
|Bosses||Whispy Woods ・Mr. Dooter ・Fatty Puffer ・Goriath ・Grand Doomer ・Metal General ・HR-D3 (Extra Mode only) ・Landia ・Lor Starcutter ・Magolor ・Magolor Soul|
|True Arena only||Galacta Knight|
|Mid-Bosses||Sphere Doomer ・Gigant Edge ・Bonkers ・Water Galboros ・King Doo ・Kibble Blade ・Moundo ・Super Bonkers ・Dubior|
|Copy Abilities||Standard||Beam ・Bomb ・Cutter ・Fighter ・Fire ・Hammer ・Hi-Jump ・Ice ・Leaf ・Needle ・Ninja ・Parasol ・Spark ・Spear ・Stone ・Sword ・Tornado ・Water ・Wing ・Whip|
|Limited Use||Crash ・Mike ・Sleep|
|Super||Flare Beam ・Grand Hammer ・Monster Flame ・Snow Bowl ・Ultra Sword|
|Enemies||Standard||Armor Dee ・Babut ・Barbar ・Barracu ・Blade Knight ・Blipper ・Bouncy ・Bouncy Sis ・Bowby ・Bronto Burt ・Broom Hatter ・Bulby ・Cappy ・Cerulean ・ Clayn ・Chilly ・ Coconut ・Coldtzo ・Como ・Craby ・Degout ・Doomer ・Elec ・Flamer ・Foley ・ Galbo ・Gemra ・Gigatzo ・Glunk ・Gordo ・Halcandle Dee ・Hot Head ・Iron Barbar ・Jackle ・Kabu ・Key Dee ・Knuckle Joe ・Lanzer ・Leafan ・Moonja ・Mopoo ・Mumbies ・Needlous ・Noddy ・Nruff ・Owgulf ・Pacloud ・Pacto ・Parasol Waddle Dee ・Parasol Waddle Doo ・Pierce ・Pluid ・Poppy Bros. Jr. ・Puppet Waddle Dee ・Rocky ・Rope Waddle Dee ・Rope Waddle Doo ・Scarfy ・Searches ・Sheld ・Shotzo ・Sir Kibble ・ Snowl ・Sodory ・Sparky ・Squishy ・Starman ・Super Blade Knight ・Super Chilly ・Super Hot Head ・Super Waddle Doo ・Tick ・Togekuki ・Twister ・Volttzo ・Waddle Dee ・Waddle Doo ・Walf ・Wapod ・Water Galbo ・Whippy|
|Super Ability-Specific||Bomb Machine ・Burner Box ・Drill Machine ・Giant Flotzo ・Merman Statue ・Moai Block ・Strike Box|
|Sub-Games||Ninja Dojo ・Scope Shot ・The Arena ・The True Arena|
|Kirby: Planet Robobot|
|Playable Characters||Kirby ・Meta Knight|
|Levels||Patched Plains ・Resolution Road ・Overload Ocean ・Gigabyte Grounds ・Rhythm Route ・Access Ark ・Mind in the Program|
|Bosses||Regular||Gigavolt ・ Clanky Woods ・ C.O.G.S. ・ Holo Defense API ・Susie ・Core Kabula ・Mecha Knight ・Dedede Clone ・Dedede Clones & D3 ・ Gigavolt II ・ Mecha Knight+ ・President Haltmann ・Star Dream|
|Meta Knightmare Returns||Stock Mecha Knight ・Dark Matter Clone ・Sectonia Clone ・Galacta Knight Returns|
|The True Arena||Star Dream Soul OS|
|Team Kirby Clash||Gigant Edge ・Mr. Frosty ・Whispy Woods ・Pyribbit ・Landia ・Landia EX|
|Mid-Bosses||Blocky ・Bonkers ・Dubior ・Kibble Blade ・King Doo ・Invader Armor ・Masher ・Miasmoros ・Security Force ・Telepathos|
|Copy Abilities||Standard||Archer ・Beam ・Bomb ・Circus ・Cutter ・Doctor ・ESP ・Fighter ・Fire ・Hammer ・Ice ・Jet ・Leaf ・Mirror ・Ninja ・Parasol ・Poison ・Smash Bros. ・Spark ・Stone ・Sword ・UFO ・Wheel ・Whip|
|Limited Use||Crash ・Mike ・Sleep|
|Robobot Armor Modes||Beam ・Bomb ・Cutter ・ESP ・Fire ・Ice ・Jet ・Mike ・Parasol ・Spark ・Stone ・Sword ・Wheel ・Halberd|
|Team Kirby Clash||Beam Mage ・Doctor Healmore ・Hammer Lord ・Sword Hero|
|Enemies||Bar Waddle Dees ・Barbar ・Big Chip ・Big Propeller ・Blade Knight ・Blipper ・Bomber ・Bouncy (Kirby 3D Rumble) ・Bronto Burt ・Broom Hatter ・Cappy ・Capsule J3 ・Chilly ・Chip ・ Clown Acrobot ・ Como ・ Covered Looker ・ Craby ・ Degout ・ Dekabu ・ Dice ・ Driver Waddle Dee ・ Elec ・ Esper ・ Flamer ・Foley ・Gabon ・Galbo ・ Gigatzo ・Glunk・Grandy・Grizzo ・ Haltworker ・ Hot Head ・ Iron Ball ・ Iron Hammer ・ Kabu ・ Key Dee ・ Knuckle Joe ・ Labotory ・ Leafan ・ Mamanti ・ Mech Acro ・ Mech Flotzo ・ Moonja ・ Mumbies ・ Noddy ・ Pacto ・ Parasol Waddle Dee ・ Chemitory ・ Poppy Bros. Jr. ・ Prism Ball ・ Propeller ・ Rocky ・Scarfy ・ Security Laser ・ Sheld ・Shotzo ・Simirror ・ Sir Kibble ・ Sleepy Turtle ・ Soarar ・ Sparky ・ Spear Waddle Dee (Kirby 3D Rumble) ・ Spring Note ・ Spynum ・ Squishy ・ UFO ・ Venog ・ Vol ・Waddle Dee ・Waddle Doo ・Walf ・Walker Waddle Dee ・ Walky ・ Wester ・Wheelie ・Whippy ・Yesman|
|Sub-Games||Team Kirby Clash ・Kirby 3D Rumble ・Meta Knightmare Returns ・The Arena ・The True Arena|
|Kirby Star Allies|
|Characters||Kirby • Bandana Waddle Dee • King Dedede • Meta Knight • Francisca • Flamberge • Zan Partizanne • Hyness|
|Levels||World of Peace - Dream Land • World of Miracles - Planet Popstar • Fortress of Shadows - Jambastion • Far-Flung Starlight Heroes • Kirby Star Allies|
|Stages||Green Gardens • Donut Dome • Honey Hill • Fruity Forest • Clash at Castle Dedede • Extra Eclair • Friendly Field • Reef Resort • Echo's Edge • Nature's Navel • Sacred Square • Inside Islands • Duplex Dream • Gatehouse Road • Eastern Wall • Longview Corridor • Western Outer Wall • Inner Sanctum • Heavenly Hall • Sector A • Sector B • Sector C • Planet Earthfall • Falluna Moon • Planet Misteen • Mareen Moon • Planet Caverna • Grott Moon • Planet Frostak • Blizzno Moon • Planet Towara • Gabbel Moon • Star Lavadom • Sizzlai Moon • Jambandra Base • The Divine Terminus • Extra Planet α • Extra Planet β • Extra Planet γ • Extra Planet δ • Ability Planet • Dimension I • Dimension II • Dimension III • Dimension IV • Final Dimension|
|Mid Bosses||Big Bouncy • Bonkers • Bugzzy • Chef Kawasaki • Mr. Frosty • Vividria|
|Bosses||Story Mode||Whispy Woods • King Dedede • Meta Knight • Pon & Con • Francisca • Flamberge • Zan Partizanne • Yggy Woods • Goldon & Silvox • Grand Mam • Kracko • Twin Kracko • Hyness • Void Termina|
|Guest Star ???? Star Allies Go!||Galacta Knight • Morpho Knight • Morpho Knight EX|
|Heroes in Another Dimension||Parallel Woods • Parallel Twin Kracko • Parallel Big Kracko • Parallel Meta Knight • Parallel Dedede • Corrupt Hyness • The Three Mage-Sisters|
|The Ultimate Choice||Void Soul • Void Termina - True Destroyer of Worlds • Void|
|Copy Abilities||Artist • Beam • Beetle • Bomb • Cleaning • Cook • Crash • Cutter • ESP • Festival • Fighter • Fire • Hammer • Ice • Mike • Ninja • Parasol • Plasma • Sleep • Spider • Staff • Stone • Suplex • Sword • Water • Whip • Wing • Yo-Yo|
|Friend Abilities||Power Effects||Blizzard • Bluster • Sizzle • Splash • Zap|
|Ability Combos||Chumbrella • Cook Potluck (& Supper Party) • Crash Rush • Curling • Fatal Chorus • Festival Dance • Friend Bounce • Friend Super-Vac • Friend Throw • Geokinesis • Icicle Lance • Rising Sizzler • Rock Painter • Sister Circle • Still Life • Summon Lor • Thundersplash • Zap Splasher|
|Friend Actions||Friend Bridge • Friend Circle • Friend Star • Friend Train • Star Allies Sparkler|
|Enemies||Anger Masker • Beetley • Bio Spark • Birdon • Blade Knight • Blado • Blipper • Bomber • Bouncy • Bronto Burt • Broom Hatter • Burning Leo • Cappy • Chilly • Chip • Como • Coner • Dekabu • Don Puffle • Driblee • Electro Saw • Floaty the Cellcore • Gabon • Gim • Glunk • Gordo • Grizzo • Jamaharu Believer • Jammerjab • Kabu • Key Dee • Knuckle Joe • Mamanti • NESP • Noddy • Parasol Waddle Dee • Plugg • Poppy Bros. Jr. • Propeller • Puppet Dee • Rocky • Rolling Waddle Dee • Scarfy • Shield Enemy • Shotzo • Sir Kibble • Squishy • Two Face • Waddle Dee • Waddle Doo • Walky • Wester|
|Friends||Standard Friends||Beetley • Bio Spark • Birdon • Blade Knight • Bonkers • Broom Hatter • Bugzzy • Burning Leo • Chef Kawasaki • Chilly • Como • Driblee • Gim • Jammerjab • Knuckle Joe • NESP • Parasol Waddle Dee • Plugg • Poppy Bros. Jr. • Rocky • Sir Kibble • Vividria • Waddle Doo • Wester|
|Dream Friends||Adeleine & Ribbon • Bandana Waddle Dee • Dark Meta Knight • Daroach • Gooey • King Dedede • Magolor • Marx • Meta Knight • Rick & Kine & Coo • Susie • Taranza • The Three Mage-Sisters|
|Sub-Games||Chop Champs • Star Slam Heroes • Guest Star ???? Star Allies Go! • Heroes in Another Dimension • The Ultimate Choice|
|Kirby: Right Back at Ya!|
|Recurring characters||Blade Knight • Captain Waddle Doo • Chef Kawasaki • Doctor Yabui • eNeMeE • Escargoon • Fololo & Falala • Kabu • King Dedede • Kirby • Lady Like • Meta Knight • N.M.E. Sales Guy • Sir Ebrum • Sword Knight • Tiff • Tokkori • Tuff • Waddle Dees|
|Cappies||Biblio • Buttercup • Chief Bookem • Doron • Gengu • Gus • Hana • Honey • Iro • Mabel • Mayor Len Blustergas • Melman • Professor Curio • Samo • Spikehead • Tuggle|
|Side characters||Acore • Air Riders • Benikage • Biggy, Boney, and Sleepy • Bonkers • Chef Nagoya • Chef Shiitake • Coo • Dyna Blade • Dyna Chick • Escargoon's mother • Fang • Island Sisters • Joe • Kine • Kit Cosmos • Knuckle Joe • Mr. Chip • Pengy (and the Pengys) • Princess Rona • Rick • Rowlin • Sir Gallant • Sirica • Star Warriors • Whales • Whispy Woods • Minor characters|
(excluding those from the Pilot or other small appearances)
|Amon • Anige • Belly Buster • Blocky • Broom King • Bugzzy • Chilly • Chimera Dinosaurs • Chuckie • Cobgoblin • Crab Monster • Crowemon • Danger • Dedede Doll • Dedede Stone • Delivery Man • Demon Frog • Dirk, Kirk, and Smirk • Doctor Moro • Domestic Servant Robot • Drifter • Ebifryer • Electronic Pet • Erasem • Escar-droid • Fire Lion • Flame Feeder • Fridgy • Fryclops • Gabon • Galbo • Ghost Monster • Great Sea Slug Monster • Hardy • Head Cold Monsters • Heavy Anaconda • Heavy Lobster • Honker Stomper • Ice Dragon Robot • Ice Dragon • Kirisakin • Kracko • Lobzilla • Lovely • Maimaigon • Martial Arts All-Stars • Masher • Masher 2.0 • Max Flexer • Mole Monster • Monsieur Goan • Mosugaba • Mumbies • Noddy • Octacon • Ozomashii • Paint Roller • Phan Phan • Popon • Pukey Flower • Red Viper • Rekketsu • Sasuke • Scarfy • Slice n' Splice • SlicerDicer • Squishy • Susshi • Teacher Creature • Togeira • Tornadon • Trash Basher • Walky • Wheelie • Whippy • Windwhipper • WolfWrath • Yamikage|
|Copy Abilities||Baton • Bomb • Cleaning • Cook • Crash • Cutter • Fighter • Fire • Hammer • Ice • Iron • Jet • Kabuki • Mike • Mirror • Needle • Ninja • Paint • Parasol • Spark • Star Rod • Stone • Sword (Galaxia) • Throw • Top • Tornado • Water • Wheel • Wing|
|Places||Babagahara • Booma-Dooma Volcano • Castle Dedede • Cappy Town • Dedede Academy • Dream Land • Dyna Blade's Nest • Eastern Forest • eNeMeE's Fortress • Haunted mansion • Island of Kit Cosmos • Kabu Canyon • Kawasaki's • Kirby's house • Royal Acadddemy of Arts • Whispy Woods Forest|
|Extra||Armored Vehicle • Channel DDD • Destroya • Dream Land Princess • Galaxia • Grasshopper Eavesdropper • Kihon wa Maru • Kirby: Fright to the Finish • Kirby: Right Back at Ya! (song) • Kirby! (opening theme) • Kirby ★ March • Kirby ☆ Step! • Kirby of the Stars ending skits • Kirby's Starship • Halberd • Night Mare Enterprises • Night Mare Enterprises Teleporter • Phantom Star Gerath • Royal Racecar • Watermelon • Warp Star|