- This article is about the object in Kirby and the Forgotten Land. For the common stage hazard in other games, see Coconut.
A Knock-Knock Nut is a coconut-like object that appears primarily in tropical stages in Kirby and the Forgotten Land. It can be found sitting on the ground or floating in water, and superficially resembles a coconut from previous Kirby games, but is lighter in hue and smoother. When Kirby runs into a Knock-Knock Nut or attacks it, it will get "knocked" away and start to crack. Hitting it three times in this manner (or hitting it once with a spat projectile) will cause the nut to shatter, revealing an item inside, typically food. Knock-Knock Nuts cannot be inhaled, and Kirby should be careful not to kick it out of bounds if he wants what's inside. Enemy attacks do not affect Knock-Knock Nuts, but Kirby can kick a nut at an enemy to attack it.
Figure of a Knock-Knock Nut
Names in other languages
|French||Noix toc-toc||Knock-knock nut|
|Hard Nuts, or Cracking Nuts.|
딱딱(Ttakttak) means "hard", but also means onomatopoeia of cracking or breaking.
|Latin American Spanish||Nuez toc toc||Knock-knock nut|
"Toc toc" is the onomatopoeia used in Spanish for knocking a door.
- Name taken from in-game flavor text.