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K&TAM Haley.png
Artwork of Haley from Kirby & The Amazing Mirror.
First game Kirby & The Amazing Mirror (2004)
Copy Ability None
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KatAMHaley.png Haley is an enemy exclusive to Kirby & The Amazing Mirror. It resembles a porcupine or hedgehog with peach-colored skin, blue eyes and a coat of blue spines trailing behind it like fire. It possesses no visible mouth or limbs.

Throughout the game, Haleys are primarily encountered at high altitudes. To attack, these simple opponents do nothing but fly leftwards or rightwards in a straight line, depending on Kirby's position in relation to their own at the moment they appear on the screen; once in Kirby's view, they cannot turn around anymore. Colliding with a Haley causes Kirby to lose health and knocks the enemy back a little, but does not keep it from proceeding on its path. Despite its primary role as an aerial creature, Haley is also capable of surviving underwater.

While Haleys are vulnerable to any attack, inhaling and swallowing them does not grant Kirby a Copy Ability. Its name appears to be based after Halley's Comet; a fitting name given its comet-like appearance and its common sightings in outer-space regions.


Haley appears in the sky in Rainbow Route.

In Kirby & The Amazing Mirror, Haley can be found in the following rooms:

Haley locations in Kirby & The Amazing Mirror  
Rainbow Route Moonlight Mansion Cabbage Cavern Mustard Mountain Carrot Castle Olive Ocean Peppermint Palace Radish Ruins Candy Constellation Dimension Mirror


  • Haley is also probably a reference to Sonic from the Sonic the Hedgehog series, having a pointy face and blue spiky spines that bear a close resemblance to Sonic's own physical features.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ハリー
Derivation of「ハリネズミ」(harinezumi, hedgehog)
French Picdur From "picot" (spike) and "dur" (hard)
German Pieksi A clipped form of "pieksen" (to sting)
Italian Alonda Pun of "all'onda" (lit. "at the wave")
Spanish Erina Possibly a diminutive of "erizo" (hedgehog)