Hot Wings

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Kirby battling Hot Wings
Details
Debut Game Kirby's Epic Yarn
Last Game Kirby's Extra Epic Yarn
Weakness(es) Body button (when the fire is extinguished)
Relative(s) Embird (children)
Similar to Dyna Blade
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Hot Wings is the boss of Hot Land in Kirby's Epic Yarn and Kirby's Extra Epic Yarn.

Physical Appearance

Hot Wings is a large phoenix like bird that is surrounded by fire, though she only gets this fire from the volcano where Kirby fights her.

Boss Battle

Hot Wings has the abilities to create miniature versions of herself, which she then shoots at Kirby, and also can manipulate the lava and shoot fireballs from her mouth.

At the beginning of the fight, Hot Wings will destroy a Waddle Dee with her flame powers before rising out of the lava. She will then shoot out her kids (called Embirds), which Kirby must grab with his yarn whip and throw back at Hot Wings, creating a lot of beads. This also extinguishes the fire around Hot Wings, allowing Kirby to grab her body, producing even more beads.

Once Hot Wings is defeated, Kirby and Prince Fluff will gain the third strand of the Magic Yarn and the path to Treat Land. Also, if they have enough beads, they will also get the Hourglass Patch, unlocking the Temper Temple level, which will then unlock the Dusk Dunes level.

In the Devilish Mode, the Ye-Devil appears during this boss battle.

Medal Bead Scores

  • Bronze - 350 points
  • Silver - 700 points
  • Gold - 1100 points
  • Patch - 1500 points

A perfect score in this fight is 2200 points.

Trivia

  • Hot Wings and Fangora were the first two revealed bosses of the game, being shown in the earliest revelation of the game.
  • Hot Wings is the only female boss of the entire game, as revealed in the cast description of Patch Plaza.

Video Walkthrough


Flawless fight with Hot Wings.

Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japanese フェニクロウ
Fenikurou
Derived from フェニックス (phoenix).