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Planet Towara

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Planet Towara
KSA Planet Towara entry.jpg
Planet Towara on the world map.
Level Far-Flung Starlight Heroes
Big Switch? No
Friend Action(s) No
Mid-Boss(es) Mr. Frosty
Theme music

Clip of the music that plays in Planet Towara

Stage order
Blizzno Moon Gabbel Moon
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Planet Towara is a world covered in old decaying ruins, serving as the ninth stage of Far-Flung Starlight Heroes in Kirby Star Allies. It can be unlocked by completing the Blizzno Moon stage. This stage - similarly to Sacred Square - features lots of moving parts, though the ones here are much more hazardous. Completing this stage unlocks Gabbel Moon.


The stage begins at the foot of a long interior passage leading upward. Kirby will need to press switches to shift the walls out of the way and deal with several elemental-type enemies, culminating in a fight with Mr. Frosty.

In the next area, Kirby and his allies will need to pass a crushing trial, as the ceiling moves in various formations and the floor rises, then sinks.

From there, the path leads past several waterfalls, which can be frozen using the Ice ability. A round-trip door can be accessed here from behind one of these waterfalls.

The next area is another crusher trial. This time, the floor shifts shape, and feints appear in places.

The last area has Kirby and his allies riding (or avoiding) a rising floor through a winding passageway. The stage exit can be reached at the top.

Rare Picture Piece Guide[edit]

Step aside, shieldy wieldy!

In the last area, just before the exit, this piece can be found guarded by a Blizzard Guard.

Enemies, Bosses, and Abilities[edit]

Regular Enemies Bosses & Mid-Bosses

Abilities Friend Actions

  • None.


Side areas[edit]

Video walkthrough[edit]

100% walkthrough of Planet Towara.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 惑星わくせいピサーシャ
Wakusei Pisāsha
Planet Pisasha
Appears to derive from the Tower of Pisa.
Traditional Chinese 機關塔行星
jī guān tǎ xíng xīng
Planet Machine Tower
Simplified Chinese 机关塔行星
jī guān tǎ xíng xīng
Dutch Planeet Toreno Planet Towero
European French Planète Toural Planet Towara
German Planet Turmaru Planet Toweru
Italian Pianeta Torreantica Planet Ancient Tower
Korean 행성 타워라
haengseong tawola
Planet Towara
Spanish Planeta Torreónix Planet Towerix