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Raisin Ruins

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Raisin Ruins
KRtDL Raisin Ruins map screenshot.png
Screenshot of Raisin Ruins from Kirby's Return to Dream Land.
Level No. 2
World Popstar
Stages 5
Energy Spheres 16
Lor Starcutter part Right Wing
Mid-Bosses Bonkers (2-1), Sphere Doomer (2-2, 2-4), King Doo (2-3), Water Galboros (2-4)
Boss Mr. Dooter
Super Abilities Flare Beam (2-2), Ultra Sword (2-4)
Level progression
Cookie Country Onion Ocean
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This article is about the level in Kirby's Return to Dream Land, and should not be confused with Radish Ruins.
You won't find many raisins here, but you will be surrounded by desert sand and ancient temples filled with obstacles.
— Description of Raisin Ruins from the NA mobile website for Kirby's Return to Dream Land[1]

Level 2: Raisin Ruins is the second level in Kirby's Return to Dream Land. Raisin Ruins is a desert-like level with pyramids, ruins, and an oasis. Completion of the boss battle against Mr. Dooter yields the right wing to the Lor Starcutter. There are sixteen Energy Spheres in this level, three in stage 1, four each in stage 2 and 3, and five in stage 4.


For details on each stage individually, click the name of the stage.

Stage Energy Spheres / Ship Parts Super Ability Notes
Stage 1 3 None
Stage 2 4 Flare Beam
Stage 3 4 None
Stage 4 5 Ultra Sword
Stage 5 Right Wing None


  • The mobile North American website for Kirby's Return to Dream Land erroneously uses a screenshot from the lobby of Cookie Country to represent Raisin Ruins.[1]


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese レーズンルインズ
Rēzun Ruinzu
Raisin Ruins
French Arène Aride Arid Arena
German Rosinen-Ruinen Raisin-Ruins
Italian Deserto Dattero Date Desert
Korean 건포도 유적지
Geonpodo Yujeokji
Raisin Historic Site
Latin American Spanish Oasis Orégano Oregano Oasis
European Spanish Ruinas Remolacha Beetroot Ruins