Mecha Knight

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Mecha Knight
Mecha Knight.jpg
Mecha Knight, as he appears just after activation.
Details
First game Kirby: Planet Robobot (2016)
Relative(s) Meta Knight, Mecha Knight+
Similar to Stock Mecha Knight, Metal General
Theme music

no music given

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Quote1.png Let me tell you a story. Not long ago, I met someone who impressed me very much. He was strong and full of confidence... A knight of the highest order. I was so impressed... I gave him a complete remodel! And I hired him as a company security guard. Heehee! I wonder what you'll make of him? Please allow me to present... Model #M-7110. Mecha Knight... ENGAGE! Quote2.png
— Susie in Kirby: Planet Robobot

Mecha Knight is a Boss fought in Kirby: Planet Robobot, appearing as the boss of Gigabyte Grounds. He is Meta Knight, but has been subdued, mechanized and taken over by the Haltmann Works Company to do their bidding. He wields a laser Galaxia, and possesses several robotic upgrades and implements, including jet wings, missile launchers and a laser eyepiece.

Role[edit]

During his introduction, Mecha Knight is brought in by Susie to deal with Kirby at the end of Gigabyte Grounds. She speaks of him as if he were merely a security guard hired and upgraded by the company. She claims he is Model #M-7110. After his activation, she leaves the scene using her helicopter unit, and Mecha Knight is forced to battle with Kirby. Even when the fight has concluded, Kirby does not appear to recognize Mecha Knight for who he really is, since his mask does not break.

Mecha Knight is also fought in The Arena.

Upgrade Models[edit]

Mecha Knight+[edit]

Main article: Mecha Knight+

Meta Knight is not freed yet after defeated as Mecha Knight in Gigabyte Grounds. He is recycled by the Haltmann Works Co. and upgraded into Mecha Knight+, fought in President Haltmann's office inside Access Ark. When Mecha Knight+ is also defeated by Kirby, Meta Knight is finally freed from control, and will help Kirby fight Star Dream with his newly repaired battleship Halberd.

Stock Mecha Knight[edit]

Main article: Stock Mecha Knight

In Meta Knightmare Returns, rather than having Meta Knight fight himself in Gigabyte Grounds, he instead fights a mass-produced replica known as Stock Mecha Knight. This synthetic robot is the equivalent of Mecha Knight 2.0, and is equipped with the same giant claw of Mecha Knight+. Thus, this model can use both the movesets of Mecha Knight and Mecha Knight+, and Meta Knight won't have to fight Mecha Knight+ in Access Ark.

It is also fought by Kirby in The True Arena.

Boss Battle[edit]

Quote1.png The sword fighter from Popstar who single-handedly took on the army of Haltmann Works Co. He was defeated and turned into a cyborg soldier who's been programmed to attack Kirby. Quote2.png
— Vs. Mecha Knight Pause Screen description in Kirby: Planet Robobot (American English)
Quote1.png The warrior from Planet Popstar who tried to single-handedly take on the army of Haltmann Works Co. He was defeated and turned into a cyborg soldier programmed to attack Kirby. Quote2.png
— vs Mecha Knight Pause Screen description in Kirby: Planet Robobot (British English)

The following lists all of Mecha Knight's attacks in Kirby: Planet Robobot.

Attacks - Phase 1  
Attack Description
Down Thrust Mecha Knight leaps into the air, then thrusts his sword downward, leaving stars when he impacts the ground.
Guard Mecha Knight guards, preventing all damage for a brief moment.
Flurry Sword Mecha Knight spins his sword in a fan-like motion, then finishes off by firing a beam from it straight forward, leaving two stars when the attack concludes.
Glide Mecha Knight re-positions by gliding across the stage.
Missiles Mecha Knight leaps into the air, then fires two missiles from his launchers. These can be swallowed for the Bomb ability.
Sword Spin Mecha Knight jumps through the air, and performs a spinning sword strike, leaving a star when he lands.
Drill Stab Mecha Knight thrusts his sword a good distance, leaving a star in front of him when the attack concludes.
Laser Shot Mecha Knight fires a series of lasers from his eyepiece. The last three leave stars on impact.
Lightning Mecha Knight charges up, then thrusts its sword into the ground, creating a wall of lightning that travels across the stage, leaving stars as it goes. In the second phase, it is impossible to dodge the attack unless Kirby gets behind Mecha Knight during the charge-up.

When Mecha Knight is knocked down to half health, he intensifies his attacks, using new weapons and techniques.

Attacks - Phase 2  
Attack Description
Super Charge Mecha Knight flies into the background, and charges a large electric field around himself, which will hurt Kirby if he gets too close. He leaves stars as he approaches Kirby.
Glide Mecha Knight re-positions by gliding across the stage.
Guard Mecha Knight guards, preventing all damage for a brief moment.
Missiles Mecha Knight leaps into the air, then fires four missiles from his launchers. These can be swallowed for the Bomb ability.
Flurry Sword II Mecha Knight delivers a series of swipes, then spins his sword in a fan-like motion, and finishes off by firing two beams from it straight forward, leaving two stars when the attack concludes.
Laser Eye From the center of the stage, Mecha Knight charges up and fires several large lasers from his eyepiece. Each one leaves a star behind.
Debris Attack Mecha Knight flies off the stage, and causes debris to fall on Kirby in waves. The larger pieces leave stars on impact.

Upon his defeat, Mecha Knight's jets malfunction, causing him to crash. He gets up, staggers, and falls backward into a chasm, exploding. This leaves Kirby to do his dance, and proceed to the next level. During the ending of his second battle, Mecha Knight reverts to Meta Knight as his mask breaks, meaning Kirby freed him. Stock Mecha Knight explodes after it is defeated.

For the moveset of Mecha Knight+, see Mecha Knight+.

Trivia[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese メタナイトボーグ
Meta Naito Bōgu
Meta Knight Borg
German Mecha-Knight Mecha Knight
Italian Mecha Knight -
Korean 메타 나이트 보그
Meta Naiteu Bogeu
Meta Knight Borg