Prism Plains

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Prism Plains
PrismPlains Complete.png
The full area map for Prism Plains.
Details
Level Nr. 1
Stages 7
Treasure Chests 10
Mid-Bosses Mr. Frosty (1-3), Spinni (1-3), Storo (1-4), Doc (1-EX)
Boss King Dedede
Level Progression
First Level Nature Notch
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Prism Plains is the first level in Kirby: Squeak Squad. It has a theme of grass, a common theme in beginner levels in many video games. One Ability Scroll is available in this level, in Stage 3. The boss of this level is King Dedede. When Kirby defeats Dedede for the first time, he is instantly taken to the first stage of Nature Notch, which is the next level.

Stages[edit]

Each stage is unlocked in succession after clearing the previous one. Defeating King Dedede is necessary to move on to Nature Notch. For more information about a particular stage, click on the link to the stage's page in the table.

Stage Treasure(s) Notes
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Stage 2 1
Stage 3 2 The Fire Ability Scroll can be found here.
Stage 4 3
Stage 5 1
Stage EX 2 Unlocked by collecting the large Treasure Chest in Stage 4.
Stage 6 1

Prism Plains-Boss: King Dedede[edit]

Kirby goes wild on King Dedede using the Tornado ability.

Kirby is given a choice between the Beam and Ice abilities before proceeding to this fight.

Inside the throne room itself is King Dedede, standing before a strange whirring machine. Dedede fights as he always had, though he flinches a lot more when hit (likely to make him easier as a first boss). Defeating him completes the stage, and the level, and also nets Kirby a Boss Battle Badge. If this was the first time Dedede was defeated, a cut-scene is also triggered here, which then leads directly to the first stage of the next level, Nature Notch.

Treasure chests and collectibles[edit]

Picture Name Description
BossBattleBadge.png Boss Battle Badge Collect all for a new mode!


Trivia[edit]

  • Castle Dedede resembles its appearance from the anime, Kirby: Right Back at Ya!. Additionally, the whirring machine in the background of the fight with King Dedede is likely the same one that he uses to summon monsters with in said anime.