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KSA Jambandra.jpg
Screenshot of Jambandra, as seen in Kirby Star Allies.
Game(s) Kirby Star Allies
Inhabitant(s) Hyness, Francisca, Flamberge, Zan Partizanne, the Jamba Heart, various lackeys
Boss(es) Zan Partizanne, Hyness
Related Jambastion
Similar places Halcandra
Theme Music

Clip of the music that plays when nearing Jambandra in Far-Flung Starlight Heroes.

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This article is about the main base as seen in Far-Flung Starlight Heroes, and should not be confused with Jambastion.

Jambandra is the name of the planet-sized space station where Hyness and The Three Mage-Sisters reside, orbited by Jambastions. It houses the Jamba Heart, and - according to Hyness's rant - was the place where he and his followers were supposedly banished long ago by the ancients. It is thus from this location that they hatch their plan to revive Void Termina by breaking the seal on the heart, though this does not go exactly as planned.

Kirby and his allies eventually reach Jambandra, where they do battle with Hyness in an attempt to stop him. Void Termina ultimately gets revived when Hyness sacrifices himself and the Mage-Sisters to the heart as a last resort.

Stages in Jambandra[edit]

Jambandra is the last primary stage in the level Far-Flung Starlight Heroes, and can only be accessed once the first six main stages and their moons have been cleared. At least by the reckoning of the level map, Jambandra is absolutely massive; larger than all of the other worlds put together. Despite this, Kirby and his friends do not spend a comparable amount of time traversing this area.

Jambandra consists of the following stages:

  • Jambandra Base (the bulk of the planet which Kirby must run through before accessing the next stage)
  • The Divine Terminus (the platform where the Jamba Heart is kept)


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 大魔星だいませいマジュハルガロア
dai masei majuharugaroa
Great Magical Star Majuhalgalor
(magic, evil) is also used in the Japanese name of The Three Mage-Sisters.
"Majuharugaroa" is a combination of various words of the Jambastion language: マジュ (again), ハルダ (heart), ロア (paradise). "Maju" could also be from 魔術まじゅつ ("majutsu", meaning "sorcery").
Traditional Chinese 邪魔哈洛亞大魔星
xié mó hā luò yà dà mó xīng
Simplified Chinese 邪魔哈洛亚大魔星
xié mó hā luò yà dà mó xīng
Dutch Jambandra -
French Jambandra -
German Störcandra Jamcandra
Stör- is used in place of Jam- in German.
Italian Jambandra -
Korean 마행성 자마로아
mahaengseong jamaloa
Great Magical Star Jamaroa
Spanish Jambandra -

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