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Rampaging Doomers

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Rampaging Doomers
KRtDLD Rampaging Doomers screenshot.png
Screenshot of the Rampaging Doomers from Kirby's Return to Dream Land Deluxe.
First game Kirby's Return to Dream Land Deluxe (2023)
Copy Abilities Bomb (Energy Bombs)
Relative(s) Sphere Doomer, Crowned Doomer
Theme music

Clip of the theme that plays when fighting Rampaging Doomers.

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These Rampaging Doomers are from another dimension. Instead of hunting spheres, someone is making them seek Fruit Fragments. Wait...haven't we met the big boss of all Doomers already?!
— VS Rampaging Doomers Special Page from Kirby's Return to Dream Land Deluxe

The Rampaging Doomers are the boss of Locandra Dimension from Magolor Epilogue: The Interdimensional Traveler in Kirby's Return to Dream Land Deluxe. They are a group of four sickly purple-colored Sphere Doomer-like creatures who have horns made of Energy Sphere gears and who attack in a coordinated manner, dropping explosive stardust wherever they fly. Upon defeating them, Magolor will receive a Fruit Fragment that lets him upgrade his magical skills even further. More of them are later summoned by the Crowned Doomer as part of his boss fight.


The following are all of Rampaging Doomers' attacks. Attacks in purple are used in the second phase only. All attack names come from official Japanese strategy guides.

Rampaging Doomers' attacks in Kirby's Return to Dream Land Deluxe  
Attack Description
Energy Bomb
One or more Rampaging Doomers fires dark orbs in various patterns which explode on impact or after a moment. The Doomers may also throw out exploding stardust around themselves while doing this.
The energy bombs can be knocked away with any attack or inhaled and swallowed for the Bomb Copy Ability.
Glide Attack
A Rampaging Doomer charges up, then dives across the stage, dealing damage if it hits and dropping exploding stardust as it passes. Theses dives may be synchronized with one or more other Doomers, and there are several different patterns to the dives.
In the second phase, the dive patterns tend to be faster and leave more stardust in their wake.
Doomers' Spread Energy Bomb
One of more Doomers spins around while dropping energy bombs and explosive stardust as they do.
The energy bombs can be knocked away with any attack or inhaled and swallowed for the Bomb ability.
Doomers' Tackle from Behind
All four Doomers form a close diamond formation in the background and then fly through the middle of the stage while spinning around each other. Once they pass, a huge number of exploding stardust appear all around the arena.
Doomers' Energy Bomb from Behind
All four Rampaging Doomers fire dark orbs in from the background, lobbing them so they fall from above. They do this attack twice in a row. After finishing, they all fly in toward the arena at once and leave exploding stardust along the floor.
The energy bombs can be knocked away with any attack or inhaled and swallowed for the Bomb ability.
Stardust & Black Hole
All four Rampaging Doomers appear in a diamond formation in the center of the arena, create a mini black hole in the middle of their formation that draws player characters in, and then create a ring of exploding stardust that circle the mini black hole before the Doomers fly off in different directions, dropping more stardust as they pass.
Burst Dust
Almost all of the Rampaging Doomers' attacks leave behind stardust that linger for a few moments before they explode. Only the explosion deals damage, not the stardust themselves.


  • While there are only supposed to be four Rampaging Doomers, on occasion it is possible to see five on screen at once: if two are in the foreground, there are sometimes three flying in the background.


Video walkthroughs[edit]

Battle with the Rampaging Doomers in Magolor Epilogue.
Battle with the Rampaging Doomers in The True Arena.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ぼうそうローパーズ
Bōsō Rōpāzu
Rampaging Lowpers
ぼうそう is the hiragana spelling of 暴走.
Traditional Chinese 失控嘍啪們
shī kòng lóu pā men
Uncontrollable Lowpers
Simplified Chinese 失控喽啪们
shī kòng lóu pā men
Dutch Razende Doomers Raging Doomers
French Chimairs furieux Furious chimeras
German Spuk-Rasebande Spook-Rampage gang
Italian Fenix furiose Furious phoenixes
Derived from fenice (phoenix).
Korean 폭주 로퍼즈
pogju lopeojeu
Rampaging Lowpers
Portuguese Spectrosferas furiosas Furious sphere specters
Latin American Spanish Esfespectros desbocados Rampaging sphere specters
European Spanish Espectrosferas desbocadas Rampaging sphere specters

Name with title[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese れなす異空いくうつばさ ぼうそうローパーズ
murena su ikū no tsubasa bō-sō rōpāzu
Clustered Otherworldly Wings, Rampaging Lowpers
Traditional Chinese 成群的異空間之翼 失控嘍啪們
chéng qún de yì kōng jiān zhī yì shī kòng lóu pā men
Pack of Another Dimension's Wings, Uncontrollable Lowpers
Simplified Chinese 成群的异空间之翼 失控喽啪们
chéng qún de yì kōng jiān zhī yì shī kòng lóu pā men
Korean 무리를 지어 다니는 이공의 날개 폭주 로퍼즈
mulileul jieo danineun igong-ui nalgae pogju lopeojeu
Clustered Otherworldly Wings, Rampaging Lowpers