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Fossil Reef

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Fossil Reef
KEY Fossil Reef Preview screenshot.jpg
The preview image for Fossil Reef.
Details
Treasures -Anemone Sofa
-Fossil
-Water Land Soundtrack
Patch Wrench Patch
Metamortex Transformation(s) Dolphin
Devil(s) (Devilish Mode) We-Devil
Theme music

Stage order
Boom Boatyard Snowy Fields
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Fossil Reef is the last stage (second extra stage) of Water Land in Kirby's Epic Yarn and Kirby's Extra Epic Yarn, unlocked by clearing Boom Boatyard and obtaining the Wrench Patch. This stage is an extended Dolphin Metamortex section involving jumping between floating bubbles of water.

Patch animation[edit]

Upon throwing the patch, a wrench, screwdriver, and hammer appear to fix up a busted yellow submarine. Once fixed, the submarine activates and floats up and over the door briefly, stirring shells in the process. After some coral anemones grow, the submarine moves off screen and the door opens.

Overview[edit]

This stage takes place across four main chambers, each with a somewhat shallow pool at the bottom and several floating water bubbles above. Kirby can use the Dolphin Metamortex to travel quickly between these bodies of water, several of which are floating around, while also avoiding or defeating the water-bound enemies. The Bonus Bell can be found at the end of the fourth chamber past the Reel Gate.

Medal Bead scores[edit]

  • Bronze - 450 points
  • Silver - 900 points
  • Gold - 1350 points

Enemies[edit]

Enemies Mid-Bosses

  • None

Treasures[edit]

Name Image Description
Anemone Sofa
KEY Furniture Anemone Sofa.jpg
This anemone chair looks comfy, but it feels a bit strange… Go ahead, try it!
Fossil
KEY Furniture Fossil.jpg
This astounding fossil was discovered in an ancient sea. Beautiful!
Water Land Soundtrack
KEY Patch Castle Soundtrack screenshot.png
This new music plays in Water Land.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese でんせつのうみ
Densetsu no umi
Legendary sea
Canadian French Rocher des fossiles Rock of fossils
European French Récifs fossiles Fossil reefs


Video walkthrough[edit]

100% walkthrough of Fossil Reef.