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Light

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Light
KNiDL Light artwork.png
Artwork of Light Kirby from Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land.
Details
First game Kirby's Adventure (1993)
Latest game Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land (2002)
Type(s) Single use
Obtained from Cool Spook
Power(s) Lights up dark rooms
Similar to Spark + Kine, Bomb-Spark, Light-Bulb Mouth
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This article is about the Copy Ability. For the Top Ride course, see Light (course).

Light is a Copy Ability exclusive to Kirby's Adventure and its remake, Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land. It is an uncommon ability, being acquired only from the rare Cool Spook enemy or via a Mix. Kirby's appearance does not change while in possession of this ability, although in Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land, like other abilities with limited uses, it will cause him to flash.

Unlike most of Kirby's Copy Abilities, Light cannot be used to attack enemies. Instead, using it causes the pink hero to launch a beacon into the air, which lights up the current room for as long as he is in it, revealing paths and sometimes hidden doors. Once used, the ability disappears. Although valuable in dim rooms, the beacon fired by the Light ability has no effect in rooms which are already lit up, making it entirely useless in most situations; presumably for this reason, the only enemy that naturally grants it is almost exclusively found in dark sections, and no Museum containing the Light ability exists.

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Image Game Flavor text
KA Box.jpg Kirby's Adventure Dark areas can be spooky! This lets Kirby set off fire-works! It works only in the dark!
KNiDL box artwork.jpg Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land Brighten those dark corners! *Can only be used once.

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Videos[edit]

Official Kirby Portal video showcasing Light

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ライト
Raito
Light
French Lumière Light
German Licht Light
Italian Luce Light
Spanish Luz Light