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Flower Land is a Battle Stage in Kirby Fighters and Kirby Fighters Deluxe. The stage features a flat base surface with three thin floors floating above in the middle, with no other obstacles or hazards. This area is based on Fine Fields - Stage 1, from Kirby: Triple Deluxe.
Flower Land is set in a medium-sized area with a long flat base floor. Evenly-spaced along the length of the stage are three thin floors, with the middle of them being twice as high as the other two. The two floors on the sides can be reached with a modest jump, while the one in the middle requires a Hover to be reached from the base floor under normal circumstances.
The aesthetic of the stage is a sunny grassy plain with flowers interspersed in the foreground and background. In Kirby Fighters, the background features two small trees on the left and right ends of the stage, while the stage in Kirby Fighters Deluxe features a larger tree in the middle with two small trees on each side.
- Main article: Fine Fields - Stage 1
Flower Land takes its aesthetic from the first stage of Fine Fields in Kirby: Triple Deluxe. There are very few graphical differences between the original level and the stage, with the exception of removing foreground elements in the stage that may obscure the fighting.
- Flower Land is always the first stage played in the Single Player modes for Kirby Fighters and Kirby Fighters Deluxe.
- This stage would be effectively replaced by the Green Gardens stage in Kirby Fighters 2, which has a nearly identical layout. This fact makes Flower Land one of only two stages (the other being Another Dimension) which would not appear in Kirby Fighters 2.
- This stage resembles Battlefield from the Super Smash Bros. series, as the stage contains three Thin Floors in the same pattern as Battlefield and a flat floor.
Names in other languages
||Land der Blumen gewählt
||Land of chosen flowers