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KDL Koozer artwork.png
Artwork of Koozer from Kirby's Dream Land.
First game Kirby's Dream Land (1992)
Latest game Kirby Super Star Ultra (2008)
Copy Ability None
Similar entities Bronto Burt
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Koozer is an obscure flying enemy featured in the Extra Game of Kirby's Dream Land and Revenge of the King in Kirby Super Star Ultra. When Koozer appears, it replaces Bronto Burt, and has greater offensive and defensive capability than its pink cousin. Koozer does not provide any Copy Ability when swallowed.


Koozer bears a very strong resemblance to Bronto Burt, except it has a black or dark blue body with a round, yellow bill. It also has bright red circles on its cheeks.

Koozer acts much the same as Bronto Burt in the air, making large swooping motions or flying quickly in straight lines. It is however capable of reaching significantly faster speeds than Bronto Burt, making it a greater threat to Kirby.

Game appearances[edit]

Kirby's Dream Land[edit]

Koozer makes its first appearance here, serving as the Extra Game counterpart to Bronto Burt. Koozers fly and behave much the same as their normal counterparts, but can be significantly faster in the air. Koozers will also deal two points of damage to Kirby on contact.

Koozer may be found in every level of the extra game except for Mt. Dedede.

Kirby Super Star Ultra[edit]

A Koozer flying around in Purple Plants.

Koozer appears in Revenge of the King, taking the place of Bronto Burt once again. Like before, they are capable of flying very quickly, though they do not do quite as much damage as before.

Koozer appears in Purple Plants and Crash Clouds.



Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese クーザー[2]
French Fobourdon Faux bourdon, false bumblebee
German Brummse Probably from brumsen, meaning "to hum". Similar to Bronto Burt's German name, "Rammse".
Korean 쿠저