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People of the Sky

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People of the Sky
KTD People of the Sky1.png
In-game screenshot of one of the People of the Sky.
First appearance Kirby: Triple Deluxe (2014)
Cameo appearances Kirby: Planet Robobot
Similar Fairy
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The People of the Sky are the flower-like beings native to the Kingdom of Floralia. They debuted in Kirby: Triple Deluxe, and one appears as a sticker in Kirby: Planet Robobot.

Physical appearance[edit]

The People of the Sky resemble fairies. They are distinguished by their leaf skirts and flower-like headdresses, which are styled after different types of flowers on each individual. All of them are capable of hovering about, much like Taranza, and can use magic power to unlock certain gates, or carry large objects. Also like Taranza, they possess disembodied hands, and no feet.

Game appearances[edit]

Kirby: Triple Deluxe[edit]

Prior to the events of Kirby: Triple Deluxe, the People of the Sky lived happily, but their kingdom is taken over by Queen Sectonia, who subsequently imprisons them in small honeycomb cages as she does so. As this is happening, the People of the Sky devise the Dreamstalk seed, and send it tumbling down to Dream Land as a last resort to save themselves. This calls up both Kirby and King Dedede, the former of who eventually saves them.

During Royal Road - Stage 5, Kirby (or King Dedede, in Dededetour!) rescues a multitude of People of the Sky; specifically, one that opens a small gate, five that open a bigger gate, and a handful of "generic" ones who provide 3D Warp Stars. The appearances of the People of the Sky are as follows:

  • A pink one, whose headdress resembles a petunia, and is always the first one saved.
  • A purple one, whose headdress covers her eyes and resembles a tulip.
  • A blue one, whose headdress resembles a hibiscus.
  • A yellow one, whose headdress resembles a sunflower.
  • A red one, whose headdress covers one of her eyes and resembles an amaryllis.
  • A white one, whose headdress resembles a lily, and is always the last one saved.
  • The generic ones have yellow-pink headdresses that resemble simple buds.

The People of the Sky then aid Kirby and Dedede during the battle with Flowered Sectonia by bringing them a Cannon to use against her. After she is defeated, the People of the Sky catch Kirby when he is flung off of the Dreamstalk and carry him back to safety (while Taranza carries Dedede). They also carry his house and Castle Dedede back to their proper places in Dream Land.

Kirby: Planet Robobot[edit]

In Kirby: Planet Robobot, a portrait of one of the People of the Sky appears as a sticker.



Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 天空てんくうたみ
Tenkū no Tami
People of the Sky
European French Habitants du ciel Inhabitants of the sky
German Himmelsvolk People of the Sky
Italian Abitanti del Cielo Inhabitants of the Sky
Korean 천공의 백성
cheongong-ui baegseong
People of the Sky
Spanish Habitantes de los Cielos Inhabitants of the Skies


  1. "A giant snake statue revered by the People of the Sky since the dawn of time. Its body lies sheathed in celestial golden armor, but the old texts say that its head lacks protection!" –Coily Rattler pause screen description (Kirby: Triple Deluxe)