Green Gardens (Battle Stage)

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Green Gardens
KF2 Stage Green Gardens.png
Stage select image for the Green Gardens Battle Stage.
Details
Game(s) Kirby Fighters 2
Based on Green Gardens
Flower Land
Theme Music


"Green Gardens" (Kirby Star Allies)


Default music for Green Gardens.

Alternate Music


"Green Gardens" (Kirby Fighters 2 remix)


Alternate music for Green Gardens.

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This article is about the Battle Stage in Kirby Fighters 2. For the stage in Kirby Star Allies, see Green Gardens.

Green Gardens is a Battle Stage in Kirby Fighters 2. 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 the titular stage, from Kirby Star Allies and resembles Flower Land from the previous Kirby Fighters games.

Layout[edit]

Green Gardens 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 verdant grassy plain with small trees and donut-shaped hills in the background. It is meant to take place within the grassy plains of Dream Land.

Unlock requirements[edit]

Green Gardens is one of the stages available by default at the start of the game. Its secret song is unlocked upon attaining Fighters Rank 19.

Origin[edit]

Screenshot of Green Gardens from Kirby Star Allies
Main article: Green Gardens

Green Gardens takes its aesthetic and main theme music from the stage of the same name in Kirby Star Allies. There are very few graphical differences between the original level and the stage.

Trivia[edit]

  • Green Gardens is always the first stage played in Single-Handed Mode.
  • This stage effectively replaces Flower Land from the previous Kirby Fighters games, as it has a nearly identical layout and purpose.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese グリーングリーティング
Gurīn Gurītingu
Green Greeting
German Frühlingsfrische Spring freshness