Moto Shotzo

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Moto Shotzo
KSSMotoShotzo.png
Sprite from Kirby Super Star
Details
First game Kirby Super Star
Latest game Kirby Super Star Ultra
Copy Ability None
Similar entities Shotzo
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Moto Shotzo[from internal data] is an enemy appearing in Kirby Super Star and its remake. It possesses a spherical body with a white upper half that has a cannon attached to it, while four dark, round spheres are affixed to its orange bottom half for support.

Although its name contains Shotzo, the enemy does not resemble a traditional Shotzo much in behavior apart from its ability to fire cannonballs, primarily due to being mobile and destructible. Inhaling and swallowing a Moto Shotzo does not grant Kirby any Copy Ability.

Locations

Moto Shotzo can be found in the following places in Kirby Super Star and Kirby Super Star Ultra:

Moto Shotzo locations in Kirby Super Star & Kirby Super Star Ultra  
Stage Appearance? Stage Appearance?
Green Greens Xmark.png RoMK Chapter 4 Xmark.png
Float Islands Xmark.png RoMK Chapter 5 Xmark.png
Bubbly Clouds Xmark.png RoMK Chapter 6 Yescheck.png
Mt. Dedede Xmark.png RoMK Chapter 7 Xmark.png
Peanut Plains Xmark.png Floria Xmark.png
Mallow Castle Xmark.png Aquarius Xmark.png
Cocoa Cave Xmark.png Skyhigh Yescheck.png
Candy Mountain Xmark.png Hotbeat Xmark.png
Trial Room 1 Xmark.png Cavius Xmark.png
Trial Room 2 Xmark.png Mekkai Xmark.png
Sub-Tree Xmark.png Halfmoon Xmark.png
Crystal Xmark.png ???? Xmark.png
Old Tower Xmark.png Purple Plants Xmark.png
Garden Xmark.png Illusion Islands Xmark.png
RoMK Chapter 1 Xmark.png Crash Clouds Xmark.png
RoMK Chapter 2 Xmark.png The Revenge Yescheck.png
RoMK Chapter 3 Xmark.png

Trivia

The Japanese box art of Trax, featuring a similar tank.
  • Moto Shotzo's design is a reference to the playable tank from Trax (known in Japan as 突撃!ポンコツタンク (Totsugeki! Ponkotsu Tanku), roughly "Charge! Junk Tank"), an early 1991 Game Boy game developed by HAL Laboratory before they worked on the Kirby series.[1]


Names in Other Languages

Language Name Meaning
Japanese モトシャッツォ
Motoshattso
Moto Shotzo

References