Jet

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Jet
Jet Kirby.png
Artwork of Jet Kirby from Kirby Super Star Ultra
Details
First game Kirby Super Star
Latest game Kirby: Planet Robobot
Other game(s) Kirby Super Star Ultra
Type(s) Unlimited use
Obtained from Capsule J, Capsule J2, Capsule J3, amiibo (Planet Robobot): Fox, Falco
Power(s) Performs jet-based attacks; lights cannon fuses.
Helper Capsule J (Super Star)
Capsule J2 (Super Star Ultra)
Comparable to Robobot Armor Jet Mode;
Hi-Jump, Wing, Beetle
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This article is about the Copy Ability. For other uses of Jet, see Jet (disambiguation).

Jet is a Copy Ability primarily obtained by inhaling and swallowing one of the Capsule J series of enemies. It allows Kirby to fly at rapid pace in the air, as well as performing various jet-based attacks. Using this ability carefully, Kirby can make rapid progress using sudden bursts of movement while knocking away his foes in the process. He can also perform tackling techniques and light fuses using his jet's exhaust.

When Kirby gains the Jet ability, he is given a blue and white hat which resembles a miniature fighter jet. The "windscreen" of the jet forms a pair of goggles which Kirby can wear while flying, and the engines on back perform the propulsion that Kirby needs when using this ability. The flame from the jet's engines is characteristically blue in color as well.

Game appearances[edit]

Kirby Super Star (Ultra)[edit]

Jet made its debut in Kirby Super Star where it is obtained from the enemy Capsule J or a Copy Essence Deluxe.

The ability allows Kirby to fly forward and attack with bursts of speed, and also move very quickly upward. The exhaust can also be used to light cannon fuses.

In the remake, Kirby Super Star Ultra, the original enemy/helper Capsule J has been replaced by Capsule J2, but Jet Kirby still functions the same.

Jet's Moveset in Kirby Super Star (Ultra)  
Skill Button Execution Skill Button Execution
Store Power
B
Jet Kick
Release B
Jet Headbutt
Release B in air
Jet Dash
Max power + Release B
Jet Cracker
Jet Dash + B
Jet Blow
(any direction) + Release B near foe
Rocket Dive
Max power + Jet Blow
Power Save
Store Power + A/Y
Hover
A/Y in air
Ultra Jet Jump
Max power + A/Y in air

Kirby: Planet Robobot[edit]

After a long absence from the Kirby series, the Jet ability returns in Kirby: Planet Robobot. It is acquired from the Capsule J3 enemy.

The ability operates in much the same way as in Kirby Super Star and Kirby Super Star Ultra, but has also been granted more attack options. However, its attacking range and strength have been somewhat reduced. Additionally, the Jet Headbutt move can no longer be performed repeatedly to fly forward indefinitely, as Kirby will visibly tire after a few uses, reducing the distance and height he gains from each headbutt until he touches the ground.

Jet's Moveset in Kirby: Planet Robobot  
Skill Button Execution Skill Button Execution
Kick
Release B
Jet Burst
Jet Dash, and then hit a wall
Somersault
↑ + quickly tap B
Jet Cracker
Jet Dash, and then B
Jet Headbutt
Release B in midair
Jet Catch
↑ or forward + B near an enemy
Store Power
Hold B
Jet Blow
Jet Catch, and then release B
Jet Kick
Store Power, and then release B
Rocket Dive
Store Power fully, and then Jet Blow
Jet Dash
Store Power fully, and then release B
Main article: Jet (Robobot Armor)

Additionally, it is compatible with the Robobot Armor, transforming the Armor into Jet Mode which is required for certain sections of the game.

In this title, the amiibo for Fox and Falco can be used to obtain the Jet ability.

Kirby Star Allies[edit]

Although Jet is not in this game as an ability from any enemy, Susie has some moves of the Jet ability in her move-set.

In Kirby: Right Back at Ya![edit]

Jet
Anime Jet Kirby Art.png
Artwork from Kirby: Right Back at Ya!
Details
First episode Delivery Dilemma
Last episode A Sunsational Puzzle
Obtained from Delivery Man's engine, hot-air balloon flame canister
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The Jet ability makes two appearances in the anime series Kirby: Right Back at Ya!, in the episodes Delivery Dilemma and A Sunsational Puzzle. In both of these episodes, much more focus is placed on Jet Kirby's flying ability than his offensive capabilities. However, he does use the "Jet Cracker" technique to defeat the Delivery Man. In A Sunsational Puzzle, Jet is the first ability Kirby obtains in order to battle the Ozomashii, though he does not accomplish much before the ability is knocked off of him.

Profiles[edit]

Flavor text[edit]

Image Game Flavor text
KSS Box NA.jpeg Kirby Super Star Turn Kirby into a dangerous Jet. Store Jet power by holding Y. The more power you store, the more powerful the attack.
KSS Ultra box art.png Kirby Super Star Ultra Strap jet power to your back! Hold the B Button to charge, then let go to hit Mach 5!
Kirby Planet Robobot box art.png Kirby: Planet Robobot This high-flying ability full of aerodynamic power makes its return! Charge it up with B, and then jet toward enemies at extreme speed!

Trivia[edit]

  • During the absence of the Jet ability, its 'Rocket Dive' attack has been altered into the 'Rocket Horn Dive' attack of the Beetle ability.

Gallery[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ジェット
Jetto
Jet
Dutch Jet Jet
French Jet Jet
German Jet Jet
Italian Jet Jet
Russian Сопло
Soplo
Nozzle
Spanish Jet Jet