It is similar to its aquatic cousin, the Barbar, but it bears a red and black color scheme and is generally much larger on average. It resides in lava pits, and, unlike the Barbar, remains completely hidden until it pops out to attempt to eat any intruder. If it catches Kirby or one of his friends, the player will need to shake the Wii Remote (or spin the Control Stick in Kirby's Return to Dream Land Deluxe) in order to break free. Regardless, this will usually end up costing Kirby his Copy Ability if he had one at the time.
Iron Barbar is a very rare enemy, only appearing in stages 1 and 3 of Dangerous Dinner.
An Iron Barbar eats a platform in the Dangerous Dinner level of Kirby's Return to Dream Land
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