Gorimondo

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Gorimondo
KatFL Gorimondo boss title screenshot.jpg
Title card for Gorimondo from Kirby and the Forgotten Land.
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First game Kirby and the Forgotten Land (2022)
Similar to Goriath
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This article is about the large gorilla-like boss from Kirby and the Forgotten Land, and should not be confused with Goriath.

Gorimondo, titled Strong-Armed Beast, is a boss in the Kirby series, making his debut in Kirby and the Forgotten Land. He is a giant gorilla-like entity with black fur and skin, with red accent marks on his face and arms, and white fur stripes on his head, with the one on top formed into a mohawk. Gorimondo appears to be one of the first bosses that Kirby faces, and he keeps a gold cage containing three trapped Waddle Dees as a necklace. Presumably, defeating Gorimondo allows Kirby to free these Waddle Dees.

In the reveal trailer for Kirby and the Forgotten Land, it is shown that Kirby gets grabbed by Gorimondo through a window in a cut-scene prior to the proper boss fight starting.

His name is a mix of 'gorilla' and 'mondo', the latter word being slang for huge (originating from Italian).

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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 剛腕獣ごうわんじゅう ゴルルムンバ[1][2]
Gōwan-jū Gorurumunba
Strong-Armed Beast, Gorlmumba
Dutch Spierbalbeest, Golossos[3][4] Muscle beast, Golossos
Combination of "gorilla" and "colossos" (alternate spelling of "colossus")
European French Brute baraquée, Goricolosse[5] Hefty brute, Goricolosse
Portmanteau of "gorille" (gorilla) and "colosse" (giant)
German Bizeps-Bestie, Gorilloss[3][4] Biceps-beast, Gorillos
Combination of "Gorilla" (gorilla) and "Koloss" (collosus)
European Spanish Bestia forzuda, Gorilondo[6] Tough beast, Gorilondo
From "gorila" (gorilla)


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