Guard (enemy)

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KSA Sizzle Guard.jpg KSA Blizzard Guard.jpg
Screencap of the fire (left) and ice (right) variants of the Guard from Kirby Star Allies
First game Kirby Star Allies
Copy Ability Fire, Ice
Similar entities Shelt, Anger Masker
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This article is about the enemy in Kirby Star Allies. For the technique, see Guard.

The Guard[Japanese title] (referred to in the game data as Shield Enemy[from internal data]) is a large enemy which first appeared in Kirby Star Allies. It is a shield-wielding enemy, though its shield is initially split into two halves.

Two variants of this enemy exist, with one type wielding a burning shield (called Sizzle Guard[Japanese title]) and the other wielding a shield made of ice (called Blizzard Guard[Japanese title]). Aside from this distinction, they are both fundamentally the same, and attack by charging at Kirby and his allies. If hit with most forms of attack, the Guard will stop and combine its shield together to defend. Sustained damage will eventually break the shield, but it will take many hits before doing so. The shield has 169 HP, tied with mid-bosses. (For reference, a Star Bullet does 52 damage.) Once disarmed, the Guard only sits in place with 1 HP, bearing a fearful expression.

However, should an opposing element be used on the shield (Sizzle on the ice shield; Blizzard/Bluster/Splash/Artist on the fire shield), it will break immediately, destroying the enemy altogether (unlike Anger Masker). Kirby can also inhale the shield if given enough time to do so, and can swallow it for the Fire or Ice abilities based on type. From there, the defenseless Guard can also be inhaled.


Guard can be found in the following stages:

Guard locations in Kirby Star Allies  
Stage Appearance? Stage Appearance?
Green Gardens Xmark.png Falluna Moon Xmark.png
Donut Dome Yescheck.png Planet Misteen Xmark.png
Honey Hill Xmark.png Mareen Moon Xmark.png
Fruity Forest Xmark.png Planet Caverna Xmark.png
Clash at Castle Dedede Xmark.png Grott Moon Xmark.png
Extra Eclair Xmark.png Planet Frostak Yescheck.png
Friendly Field Xmark.png Blizzno Moon Xmark.png
Reef Resort Xmark.png Planet Towara Yescheck.png
Echo's Edge Xmark.png Gabbel Moon Xmark.png
Nature's Navel Yescheck.png Star Lavadom Xmark.png
Sacred Square Yescheck.png Sizzlai Moon Xmark.png
Inside Islands Xmark.png Jambandra Base Yescheck.png
Duplex Dream Xmark.png The Divine Terminus Xmark.png
Gatehouse Road Xmark.png Extra Planet α Xmark.png
Eastern Wall Xmark.png Extra Planet β Xmark.png
Longview Corridor Xmark.png Extra Planet γ Xmark.png
Western Outer Wall Xmark.png Extra Planet δ Yescheck.png
Inner Sanctum Xmark.png Ability Planet Xmark.png
Heavenly Hall Yescheck.png Dimension I Yescheck.png
Sector A Yescheck.png Dimension II Xmark.png
Sector B Xmark.png Dimension III Xmark.png
Sector C Xmark.png Dimension IV Yescheck.png
Planet Earthfall Yescheck.png


  • Both variants of this enemy appear in The Ultimate Choice along with some other big common enemies.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese メラーガガード
Merāga Gādo
Buriza Gādo
Sizzle Guard (fire variant)

Blizzard Guard (ice variant)