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Fruity Forest

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Fruity Forest
KSA Fruity Forest entry.jpg
Fruity Forest on the world map.
Level World of Peace - Dream Land
Big Switch? No
Friend Action(s) Friend Star (secret)
Boss(es) Whispy Woods
Theme music

Clip of the music that plays in Fruity Forest

Stage order
Honey Hill Clash at Castle Dedede
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Fruity Forest is the fourth stage of World of Peace - Dream Land in Kirby Star Allies. This stage is a short plain and forest tromp which ends with a fight against Whispy Woods; the first Boss in the game. Completing this stage unlocks Clash at Castle Dedede.


The stage begins out on the fields, as the path heads up a cliff. Kirby can find some Invincible Candy under a set of boxes here. Kirby can use the candy to rush along the path ahead.

From there, Kirby and his allies will need to climb up a long series of ladders past platforms with enemies manning them.

In the last area, Kirby and his friends bound from a platform and make their way along the path. They are blocked by a familiar foe - the ever-persistent Whispy Woods who has been taken by a strange power. Kirby and his friends defeat the giant tree, causing a strange purple heart to pop out of him. Kirby and his friend do their victory dance, but then the heart starts floating, and flies away, prompting the Star Allies to give chase.

Rare Picture Piece Guide[edit]

Kirby leaps down to the piece.

Along the path just after the Invincible Candy, a chamber can be found under the main road full of Nruffs containing a Treasure Chest. Inside this chest is the picture piece.

HAL Room guide[edit]

There is a hidden HAL Room in this stage. In order to access it, Kirby must first head to the end of the stage, just before the battle with Whispy Woods, but not actually initiate the battle (he must get close enough that Whispy's canopy is visible and the background music fades out entirely). If done correctly, a doorway will appear at the beginning of the area allowing Kirby to head back to the beginning of the stage. Along the way, new items will appear that can be collected. Once at the beginning of the stage, a new doorway appears in the tree just above the starting point. Heading through the door leads to a new area where the letters HAL can be found made of Star Blocks, along with Copy Essences and other goodies. To the right of this area is a Friend Platform for the Friend Star formation. Kirby can use this formation to fly back to Whispy Woods and defeat him much more quickly than normal.

Enemies, Bosses, and Abilities[edit]

Regular Enemies Bosses & Mid-Bosses

Abilities Friend Actions


  • If Kirby tosses a Friend Heart at Whispy Woods just after defeating him, Whispy will become his friend and drop a bunch of goodies for Kirby and his team to collect, including some Picture Pieces. If Whispy catches fire and is then befriended, however, instead of dropping fruit, he'll drop cooked foods instead.
  • The HAL Room in this stage can be re-entered as many times as the player wishes.
  • A small portion of this stage is playable in the "Grassland Stage" from the demo version of the game.
    • A notable change to said portion is that the music played in the area before the boss is still "Honey Hill" instead of "Green Gardens", as it continues from the truncated section used from Honey Hill.


Video walkthrough[edit]

100% walkthrough of Fruity Forest (disregarding the HAL Room).

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese フルーティフォレスト
Furūti Foresuto
Fruity Forest
Shuíguǒ Shānlín
Fruity Forest
Dutch Wafelwoud Waffle Woods
European French Forêt fruitée Fruity forest
German Fruchtiger Forst Fruity Forest
Italian Foresta Fruttosa Fruity Forest
Korean 프루티 포레스트
Peureuti Poreseuteu
Fruity Forest
European Spanish Foresta Frutal Fruity Forest