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Knock-Knock Nut

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Knock-Knock Nut
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A Knock-Knock Nut from Kirby and the Forgotten Land
Type Device
Function Can be broken open to reveal an item
Found Various points in Everbay Coast stages
Game(s) Kirby and the Forgotten Land
Similar to Container
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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[1] 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.

A figure for Knock-Knock Nut can be collected, though it lacks a description. In the stage Abandoned Beach, one of the missions is to find and break all three Knock-Knock Nuts in the stage.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese カチカチナッツ
Kachikachi Nattsu
Knock-Knock Nut
Dutch Klopklopnoot Knock knock nut
French Noix toc-toc Knock-knock nut
German Klopf-Klopf-Nuss Knock-Knock-Nut
Korean 딱딱 너츠
Ttakttak Neocheu
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.


  1. Name taken from in-game flavor text.