|They look friendly at first, but just wait...|
— Description of Scarfy from the Kirby: Triple Deluxe website
Scarfy is a common and recurring enemy in the Kirby series, being found in nearly every game. It resembles a usually orange, floating catlike head with pointed ears, two small, black eyes, bright cheeks and a mouth. It typically transforms into a brown, cycloptic version of itself with sharp teeth when angered, known as Angry Scarfy. They behave like the Mumbies do.
- 1 Game appearances
- 1.1 Kirby's Dream Land
- 1.2 Kirby's Adventure / Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land
- 1.3 Kirby's Pinball Land
- 1.4 Kirby's Dream Land 2
- 1.5 Kirby's Block Ball
- 1.6 Kirby Super Star/Kirby Super Star Ultra
- 1.7 Kirby's Dream Land 3
- 1.8 Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards
- 1.9 Kirby & The Amazing Mirror & Kirby: Squeak Squad
- 1.10 Kirby's Return to Dream Land
- 1.11 Kirby: Triple Deluxe
- 1.12 Kirby: Planet Robobot
- 1.13 Kirby Star Allies
- 1.14 Super Smash Bros. series
- 2 Role in Kirby: Right Back at Ya!
- 3 Trivia
- 4 Gallery
- 5 Names in other languages
- 6 References
Kirby's Dream Land
Scarfies debut in the first installment of the series, Kirby's Dream Land, where their official artwork shows them to be a pinkish hue and possess red cheeks. Here, they are encountered only in Bubbly Clouds and the section of Mt. Dedede devoted to it. Scarfies slowly float up and down in one place until Kirby attempts to inhale them, at which point they transform into their cycloptic form and begin to chase him and eventually explode. Defeating them likewise causes them to detonate, harming Kirby if he gets caught in their blast. Many Scarfies are initially hidden, but quickly fly into view once Kirby gets near them.
Kirby's Adventure / Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land
Scarfies reappear in Kirby's Adventure and its remake, Nightmare in Dream Land. Although the original Nintendo Entertainment System game portrays them in the same way as the previous game, including using the same artwork, its Game Boy Advance remake makes use of the enemy's more recent, orange design.
Here, Scarfies act very similarly to their original appearance. Scarfies that are initially exposed are much more frequent in these games, while those that are hidden usually move onto the same height as Kirby when they reveal themselves. Due to the introduction of Copy Abilities, they can often be destroyed without being given the chance to transform. Unlike in the previous game, they do not create a harmful explosion when beaten, simply popping like most other enemies instead.
Scarfy can be found in the following levels and stages:
|Scarfy locations in Kirby's Adventure & Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land|
|Stage||Vegetable Valley||Ice Cream Island||Butter Building||Grape Garden||Yogurt Yard||Orange Ocean||Rainbow Resort|
|*Appears only in Kirby's Adventure|
Kirby's Pinball Land
Scarfy appears in the lowermost board of Kracko Land. Here, it must be bumped into six times (for 450 points each bump) to result in it splitting into three smaller Scarfies. From here, if Kirby bumps into one of the small Scarfies, he will briefly take its place (and earn 120 points) before the other two push him away. If Kirby had taken the place of the top Scarfy, he will be pushed up into the middle board.
Kirby's Dream Land 2
Scarfies return in Kirby's Dream Land 2, using the same sprite as in the first game and lacking official artwork. They first appear in Big Forest and behave identically to their original incarnation, apart from the fact that they always appear in plain view. When Kirby destroys a Scarfy, he is awarded 1000 points, the third highest amount of points he can receive from any enemy in the game.
One particular Scarfy found in the first stage of Big Forest acts as a Mid-Boss, although it possesses the same behavior as a regular Scarfy and can be defeated in the same way. It guards a bag containing Coo; once the Scarfy is destroyed, the owl is freed.
Scarfy can be found in the following levels and stages:
|Scarfy locations in Kirby's Dream Land 2|
|Stage||Grass Land||Big Forest||Ripple Field||Iceberg||Red Canyon||Cloudy Park||Dark Castle|
Kirby's Block Ball
Scarfy appears as a common enemy in this game, worth 600 points when defeated. It drops a Crash item.
Kirby Super Star/Kirby Super Star Ultra
In Kirby Super Star and its remake, Scarfies are found in various stages, retaining their behavior from before. Due to the introduction of a health point system for enemies, not every attack defeats them instantly anymore. Any attack that fails to destroy a Scarfy (including certain Copy Abilities, exhaling air at it and simply touching it) instead angers it, causing it to transform and chase Kirby.
These games also include a rarer variety of Scarfy, which assumes its alternate look and follows Kirby whenever he turns his back to it, but stops and turns back into its initial form when he faces it, in a similar manner as the Boo enemies of the Mario series.
In Milky Way Wishes, where many enemies receive different colorations, Scarfies can be either purple or yellow. Using Copy on any form of Scarfy grants Kirby the Crash ability. In Revenge of the King, Scarfy is replaced by a similar enemy called Anglep.
Scarfies in these titles can be inhaled under a special condition - after being tossed by the Wing ability, and they yield the Crash ability in this way too.
Scarfy can be found in the following places in Kirby Super Star and Kirby Super Star Ultra:
|Scarfy locations in Kirby Super Star & Kirby Super Star Ultra|
|Green Greens||RoMK Chapter 4|
|Float Islands||RoMK Chapter 5|
|Bubbly Clouds||RoMK Chapter 6|
|Mt. Dedede||RoMK Chapter 7|
|Trial Room 1||Cavius|
|Trial Room 2||Mekkai|
|Old Tower||Purple Plants|
|RoMK Chapter 1||Crash Clouds|
|RoMK Chapter 2||The Revenge|
|RoMK Chapter 3|
Kirby's Dream Land 3
In Kirby's Dream Land 3, Scarfies bear a light pink coloration not unlike their original design, but retain the bright cheeks from Kirby Super Star. Their transformed form also possesses a more pinkish or red shape than in other appearances of the enemy. Scarfies usually behave the same in this game as in its predecessor, but a few specimens found mainly in later levels slowly follow Kirby instead of remaining in one place, even without being angered.
Apart from their immunity to be inhaled, Scarfies are vulnerable to any attack and do not create a harmful explosion upon their destruction. Although it is possible to harm a Scarfy without immediately beating it by jumping into it from below, this does not cause it to transform. Unlike Kirby, Rick is able to eat Scarfies without causing them to transform.
In Kirby's Dream Land 3, Scarfy can be found in the following levels and stages:
|Scarfy locations in Kirby's Dream Land 3|
|Stage||Grass Land||Ripple Field||Sand Canyon||Cloudy Park||Iceberg|
Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards
In The Crystal Shards, Scarfies revert to their orange design, but still turn red rather than brown when angered. In this game, they are first encountered in the first stage of Rock Star and act differently from most of their other appearances; like certain Scarfies in Kirby Super Star, they remain still when Kirby is looking at them, but transform into their angry form and follow Kirby while his back is turned to them. After following the pink hero for a while, they explode, causing damage to him if he is in their blast radius.
As in their other appearances, Scarfies cannot be inhaled; trying to do so causes them to permanently become mad, no matter whether or not Kirby is facing them. Like other enemies in the game that do not yield a Copy Ability, Scarfies do not respawn once destroyed.
Scarfy can be found in the following levels and stages:
|Scarfy locations in Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards|
|Stage||Pop Star||Rock Star||Aqua Star||Neo Star||Shiver Star||Ripple Star||Dark Star|
Kirby & The Amazing Mirror & Kirby: Squeak Squad
As Kirby & The Amazing Mirror and Kirby: Squeak Squad take many of its graphics directly from Nightmare in Dream Land, Scarfies are likewise depicted in the same way in these games. Although they behave just like their appearance in Kirby's Adventure, the presence of a health system makes it possible to harm a Scarfy without defeating it; like in Kirby Super Star, doing so causes it to transform. As the Scarfies in these games have the same amount of health as a Waddle Dee, however, most attacks destroy them instantly.
When possessed by Ghost Kirby, Scarfy can be made to turn angry when B is pressed, though this only makes it move faster, and it reverts after a few seconds. It can attack only by collision.
In Kirby & The Amazing Mirror, Scarfy can be found in every major area of the Mirror World.
In Kirby: Squeak Squad, Scarfy can be found in the following levels and stages:
|Scarfy locations in Kirby: Squeak Squad|
|Stage||Prism Plains||Nature Notch||Cushy Cloud||Jam Jungle||Vocal Volcano||Ice Island||Secret Sea||Gamble Galaxy|
Kirby's Return to Dream Land
Scarfy once again appears in Kirby's Return to Dream Land. They come in two primary varieties, differentiated by their color. The regular orange ones behave as they have for the series up to this point. The red ones, however, are a new type known as Hunter Scarfies. These Scarfies lie in wait in various places that contain Keys, and are passive until Kirby or one of his friends picks the key up. They then turn hostile and chase that Key holder with surprising speed, giving up the chase only if the key is dropped or used. In this case, their actions resemble Phantos from the Mario series.
Similar enemies also exist throughout the game, to replace Scarfy and match the surroundings, that have similar behavior to Scarfies, such as Mumbies (who pursue Kirby when the latter is not looking) and Degouts (who behave the same but are more powerful).
Kirby: Triple Deluxe
Scarfies and their hunter variant return in Kirby: Triple Deluxe, with their form and function identical to their appearance in Return to Dream Land.
Kirby: Planet Robobot
Scarfy appears in this installment, along with some cybernetic varieties. It acts similarly to how it did in Triple Deluxe.
Kirby Star Allies
Super Smash Bros. series
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Scarfy appears as a trophy in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.
"Creatures with cute, catlike faces that float through the sky in a playful, gentle manner. Try to inhale them, however, and Scarfies take to the offensive in a new, scary form. They can't be inhaled and eventually explode on their own. This is one enemy that you should probably attack as little as possible. That's right—let sleeping Scarfies lie."
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U
Scarfy appears as a trophy in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
"He looks almost as cute as Kirby himself, lazily floating in the air... but you shouldn't judge a book by its cover. If you try to inhale him, Scarfy will instantly turn into a terrifying, one-eyed monster before ruthlessly chasing you down and exploding! In Return to Dream Land, some kinds of Scarfy only chase you if you're holding a key." - American English version
"He looks almost as cute as Kirby himself, lazily floating in the air... but you shouldn't judge a book by its cover. Try to inhale him, and Scarfy will instantly turn into a terrifying one-eyed monster, ruthlessly chase you down and explode! In Kirby's Adventure Wii, some kinds of Scarfy only chase you if you're holding a key." - British English version
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
Scarfy (artwork from Kirby Super Star) appears as a Primary Spirit in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (★ Novice, Shield-type, 1 slot, Skill: none), which can be enhanced into Angry Scarfy (artwork from Kirby Air Ride, ★★ Advanced, Shield-type, 1 slot, Skill: Unflinching Charged Smashes).
Role in Kirby: Right Back at Ya!
|Cute, 'uh? They're the best pets you can get. These cuddly critters are called Scarfies!|
— N.M.E. Sales Guy describing the Scarfies in Dedede's Pet Threat
Scarfy makes an appearance as a monster in the Kirby: Right Back at Ya! episode Dedede's Pet Threat. Here, King Dedede orders four of them as pets from Night Mare Enterprises. He proceeds to spoil them rotten by feeding them absurd amounts of food, so much so that they cost him millions in expenses in a single day. Seeing this, King Dedede immediately rejects his pets and abandons them in Whispy Woods Forest. From here, the Scarfies proceed to eat Mayor Len's sheep, start multiplying in number, and then terrorize Kirby and chase him throughout Dream Land. Kirby eventually leads them back to Castle Dedede, where King Dedede is obliged to feed them the original food they came with. However, when the Scarfies eat these bone treats, they turn into their monstrous angry form and proceed to attack everyone in the castle. Kirby tries to inhale them to stop them but - true to the games - he cannot do so. Instead, he inhales King Dedede's hammer to gain the Hammer Copy Ability, and uses this to pacify the Scarfies after knocking the bone treats out of their mouths. King Dedede is then left to try and sell them back to N.M.E., but he is told that he cannot do so because they have multiplied, and must instead pay to get rid of them.
The Scarfies here are largely true to their physical appearance in the games, but their behavior is fairly different. Here, they are depicted as being cat-like creatures with voracious appetites, and can become rather picky about what they eat, particularly if spoiled beforehand. Despite this, they tend to like raw meat the most, and particularly like the way Kirby tastes, though they find Tokkori to be unpalatable. They are shown to be able to rapidly multiply, as an initial group of four quickly becomes a horde of three hundred over the course of a single day and night. Unlike the Scarfies from the games, the Scarfies in the anime appear to have three distinct forms; in addition to the two from the games, there is also an intermediate form which the Scarfies take on after they are abandoned. The Scarfies are also one of the few monsters that Kirby does not actually destroy, but merely pacifies.
- Since Scarfies are catlike creatures, they appear along with other catlike characters in the Japanese Cat Day illustration on the official Twitter.
Names in other languages
jīan ěr guài
Ikari no Sukāfi
fèn nù de jīan ěr guài
|Angry Pointy-Ears Monster|
fèn nù de jīan ěr guài
|Kirby Air Ride|
|Air Ride courses||Fantasy Meadows • Celestial Valley • Sky Sands • Frozen Hillside • Magma Flows • Machine Passage • Beanstalk Park • Checker Knights • Nebula Belt|
|Top Ride courses||Grass • Sand • Sky • Fire • Light • Water • Metal|
|City Trial Stadiums||Air Glider • Destruction Derby • Drag Race • High Jump • Kirby Melee • Target Flight • Single Race • Vs. King Dedede|
|Copy Abilities||Bomb • Fire • Freeze • Mike • Needle • Plasma • Sleep • Sword • Tornado • Wheel • Wing|
|Air Ride Machines||Warpstar • Compact Star • Winged Star • Shadow Star • Formula Star • Wagon Star • Turbo Star • Jet Star • Slick Star • Swerve Star • Bulk Star • Rocket Star • Flight Warpstar • Free Star • Steer Star • Wheelie Bike • Wheelie Scooter • Rex Wheelie • King Dedede • Meta Knight • Dragoon • Hydra|
|Enemies||Balloon Bomber • Bronto Burt • Broom Hatter • Caller • Cappy • Chilly • Dale • Flappy • Gordo • Heat Phanphan • Noddy • Pichikuri • Plasma Wisp • Scarfy • Sword Knight • Walky • Waddle Dee • Wheelie|
|Game Modes||Air Ride • Top Ride • City Trial|
|Kirby's Epic Yarn and Kirby's Extra Epic Yarn|
|Friends||Angie ・Beadrix ・Buster ・Carrie ・Chaise Woole ・Dom Woole ・Loomis Woole ・Mara ・Prince Fluff ・Zeke|
|Sub-Games||Zeke's Hide-and-Seek ・Beadrix's Run ・Carrie's Transport ・Buster's Training ・Mara's Race ・Devilish Mode ・Dedede Gogogo ・Slash & Bead|
|Bosses||Fangora ・Hot Wings ・Squashini ・Capamari ・King Dedede ・Meta Knight ・Yin-Yarn ・Mega Yin-Yarn|
|Car ・Parachute ・Pendulum ・Sleigh ・Snake ・Submarine ・Top ・Weight ・Minor Yarn Transformations|
|Digger ・Dolphin ・Fire Engine ・Off-Roader ・Rocket ・Saucer ・Spin Boarder ・Star Shooter ・Tankbot ・Train|
|Areas and Stages||Patch Land||Quilty Square||Kirby's Pad ・Patch Castle ・Quilty Court ・Fabric Shop ・Furniture Shop・Patch Plaza|
|Grass Land||Fountain Gardens ・Flower Fields ・Rainbow Falls ・Big-Bean Vine ・Fangora ・Mole Hole ・Weird Woods|
|Hot Land||Pyramid Sands ・Lava Landing ・Cool Cave ・Dino Jungle ・Hot Wings ・Temper Temple ・Dusk Dunes|
|Treat Land||Toy Tracks ・Mushroom Run ・Sweets Park ・Melody Town ・Squashini ・Cocoa Station ・Dark Manor|
|Water Land||Splash Beach ・Blub-Blub Ocean ・Secret Island ・Deep-Dive Deep ・Capamari ・Boom Boatyard ・Fossil Reef|
|Snow Land||Snowy Fields ・Cozy Cabin ・Mt. Slide ・Frosty Wheel ・King Dedede ・Frigid Fjords ・Evergreen Lift|
|Space Land||Future City ・Tube Town ・Mysterious UFO ・Stellar Way ・Meta Knight ・Moon Base ・Outer Rings|
|Dream Land||Whispy's Forest ・Tempest Towers ・Cloud Palace ・Castle Dedede ・Yin-Yarn ・Meta Melon Isle ・Battleship Halberd|
|Regular Enemies||Amprey ・Anemonee ・Balloon Waddle Dee ・Battins ・Big Waddle Dee ・Blast Mariner ・Blipper ・Bobber Clod ・Boinger ・ Bomber ・Bow Waddle Dee ・Bronto Burt ・Buttonbee ・Buttonbug ・Buttonfly ・Cannon Mariner ・Cannon Soldier ・Calderon ・Candlemander ・Chilly ・Cutfish ・Cyclod ・Dandan ・Danglerfish ・Dropso ・Emba ・Embaconda ・Embird ・Flamer ・Freezo ・Gator ・Gordo ・Grizzo ・Jelly Jr. ・Kracko ・Li'l Kracko ・Magmotamus ・Octopea ・Ooki ・Orbitfly ・Rolling Clod ・Sawgill ・Scarfy ・Sea Jelly ・Shelby ・Shotzo ・Slobba ・Sneak Sack ・Snip-Snap ・Soocher ・Space Jelly ・Space Kracko ・Space Reactor ・Spear Mariner ・Spear Soldier ・Spear Waddle Dee ・Spore Jelly ・Stogue ・Sulkworm ・Swadclod ・Sword Mariner ・Sword Soldier ・Truck Monster ・Twiggy Woods ・UFO (enemy) ・Uniclod ・Waddle Dee ・Waddle Doo ・Whistle Mariner ・Whistle Soldier ・Wicked Willow|
|Devils||Me-Devil ・We-Devil ・Ye-Devil|
|Ravel Abilities||Bobbin ・Button ・Knitting Needles ・Marking Pins ・Nylon ・Wire|
|Note: Stages in bold are level boss stages.|
|Kirby's Return to Dream Land|
|Playable Characters||Kirby ・Meta Knight ・Bandana Waddle Dee ・King Dedede|
|Levels||Planet Popstar||Cookie Country ・Raisin Ruins ・Onion Ocean ・White Wafers ・Nutty Noon|
|Halcandra||Egg Engines ・Dangerous Dinner|
|Bosses||Whispy Woods ・Mr. Dooter ・Fatty Puffer ・Goriath ・Grand Doomer ・Metal General ・HR-D3 (Extra Mode only) ・Landia ・Lor Starcutter ・Magolor ・Magolor Soul|
|True Arena only||Galacta Knight|
|Mid-Bosses||Sphere Doomer ・Gigant Edge ・Bonkers ・Water Galboros ・King Doo ・Kibble Blade ・Moundo ・Super Bonkers ・Dubior|
|Copy Abilities||Standard||Beam ・Bomb ・Cutter ・Fighter ・Fire ・Hammer ・Hi-Jump ・Ice ・Leaf ・Needle ・Ninja ・Parasol ・Spark ・Spear ・Stone ・Sword ・Tornado ・Water ・Wing ・Whip|
|Limited Use||Crash ・Mike ・Sleep|
|Super||Flare Beam ・Grand Hammer ・Monster Flame ・Snow Bowl ・Ultra Sword|
|Enemies||Standard||Armor Dee ・Babut ・Barbar ・Barracu ・Blade Knight ・Blipper ・Bouncy ・Bouncy Sis ・Bowby ・Bronto Burt ・Broom Hatter ・Bulby ・Cappy ・Cerulean ・ Clayn ・Chilly ・ Coconut ・Coldtzo ・Como ・Craby ・Degout ・Doomer ・Elec ・Flamer ・Foley ・ Galbo ・Gemra ・Gigatzo ・Glunk ・Gordo ・Halcandle Dee ・Hot Head ・Iron Barbar ・Jackle ・Kabu ・Key Dee ・Knuckle Joe ・Lanzer ・Leafan ・Moonja ・Mopoo ・Mumbies ・Needlous ・Noddy ・Nruff ・Owgulf ・Pacloud ・Pacto ・Parasol Waddle Dee ・Parasol Waddle Doo ・Pierce ・Pluid ・Poppy Bros. Jr. ・Puppet Waddle Dee ・Rocky ・Rope Waddle Dee ・Rope Waddle Doo ・Scarfy ・Searches ・Sheld ・Shotzo ・Sir Kibble ・ Snowl ・Sodory ・Sparky ・Squishy ・Starman ・Super Blade Knight ・Super Chilly ・Super Hot Head ・Super Waddle Doo ・Tick ・Togekuki ・Twister ・Volttzo ・Waddle Dee ・Waddle Doo ・Walf ・Wapod ・Water Galbo ・Whippy|
|Super Ability-Specific||Bomb Machine ・Burner Box ・Drill Machine ・Giant Flotzo ・Merman Statue ・Moai Block ・Strike Box|
|Sub-Games||Ninja Dojo ・Scope Shot ・The Arena ・The True Arena|
|Kirby: Planet Robobot|
|Playable Characters||Kirby ・Meta Knight|
|Levels||Patched Plains ・Resolution Road ・Overload Ocean ・Gigabyte Grounds ・Rhythm Route ・Access Ark ・Mind in the Program|
|Bosses||Regular||Gigavolt ・ Clanky Woods ・ C.O.G.S. ・ Holo Defense API ・Susie ・Core Kabula ・Mecha Knight ・Dedede Clone ・Dedede Clones & D3 ・ Gigavolt II ・ Mecha Knight+ ・President Haltmann ・Star Dream|
|Meta Knightmare Returns||Stock Mecha Knight ・Dark Matter Clone ・Sectonia Clone ・Galacta Knight Returns|
|The True Arena||Star Dream Soul OS|
|Team Kirby Clash||Gigant Edge ・Mr. Frosty ・Whispy Woods ・Pyribbit ・Landia ・Landia EX|
|Mid-Bosses||Blocky ・Bonkers ・Dubior ・Kibble Blade ・King Doo ・Invader Armor ・Masher ・Miasmoros ・Security Force ・Telepathos|
|Copy Abilities||Standard||Archer ・Beam ・Bomb ・Circus ・Cutter ・Doctor ・ESP ・Fighter ・Fire ・Hammer ・Ice ・Jet ・Leaf ・Mirror ・Ninja ・Parasol ・Poison ・Smash Bros. ・Spark ・Stone ・Sword ・UFO ・Wheel ・Whip|
|Limited Use||Crash ・Mike ・Sleep|
|Robobot Armor Modes||Beam ・Bomb ・Cutter ・ESP ・Fire ・Ice ・Jet ・Mike ・Parasol ・Spark ・Stone ・Sword ・Wheel ・Halberd|
|Team Kirby Clash||Beam Mage ・Doctor Healmore ・Hammer Lord ・Sword Hero|
|Enemies||Bar Waddle Dees ・Barbar ・Big Chip ・Big Propeller ・Blade Knight ・Blipper ・Bomber ・Bouncy (Kirby 3D Rumble) ・Bronto Burt ・Broom Hatter ・Cappy ・Capsule J3 ・Chilly ・Chip ・ Clown Acrobot ・ Como ・ Covered Looker ・ Craby ・ Degout ・ Dekabu ・ Dice ・ Driver Waddle Dee ・ Elec ・ Esper ・ Flamer ・Foley ・Gabon ・Galbo ・ Gigatzo ・Glunk・Grandy・Grizzo ・ Haltworker ・ Hot Head ・ Iron Ball ・ Iron Hammer ・ Kabu ・ Key Dee ・ Knuckle Joe ・ Labotory ・ Leafan ・ Mamanti ・ Mech Acro ・ Mech Flotzo ・ Moonja ・ Mumbies ・ Noddy ・ Pacto ・ Parasol Waddle Dee ・ Chemitory ・ Poppy Bros. Jr. ・ Prism Ball ・ Propeller ・ Rocky ・Scarfy ・ Security Laser ・ Sheld ・Shotzo ・Simirror ・ Sir Kibble ・ Sleepy Turtle ・ Soarar ・ Sparky ・ Spear Waddle Dee (Kirby 3D Rumble) ・ Spring Note ・ Spynum ・ Squishy ・ UFO ・ Venog ・ Vol ・Waddle Dee ・Waddle Doo ・Walf ・Walker Waddle Dee ・ Walky ・ Wester ・Wheelie ・Whippy ・Yesman|
|Sub-Games||Team Kirby Clash ・Kirby 3D Rumble ・Meta Knightmare Returns ・The Arena ・The True Arena|
|Kirby Star Allies|
|Characters||Kirby • Bandana Waddle Dee • King Dedede • Meta Knight • Francisca • Flamberge • Zan Partizanne • Hyness|
|Levels||World of Peace - Dream Land • World of Miracles - Planet Popstar • Fortress of Shadows - Jambastion • Far-Flung Starlight Heroes • Kirby Star Allies|
|Stages||Green Gardens • Donut Dome • Honey Hill • Fruity Forest • Clash at Castle Dedede • Extra Eclair • Friendly Field • Reef Resort • Echo's Edge • Nature's Navel • Sacred Square • Inside Islands • Duplex Dream • Gatehouse Road • Eastern Wall • Longview Corridor • Western Outer Wall • Inner Sanctum • Heavenly Hall • Sector A • Sector B • Sector C • Planet Earthfall • Falluna Moon • Planet Misteen • Mareen Moon • Planet Caverna • Grott Moon • Planet Frostak • Blizzno Moon • Planet Towara • Gabbel Moon • Star Lavadom • Sizzlai Moon • Jambandra Base • The Divine Terminus • Extra Planet α • Extra Planet β • Extra Planet γ • Extra Planet δ • Ability Planet • Dimension I • Dimension II • Dimension III • Dimension IV • Final Dimension|
|Mid Bosses||Big Bouncy • Bonkers • Bugzzy • Chef Kawasaki • Mr. Frosty • Vividria|
|Bosses||Story Mode||Whispy Woods • King Dedede • Meta Knight • Pon & Con • Francisca • Flamberge • Zan Partizanne • Yggy Woods • Goldon & Silvox • Grand Mam • Kracko • Twin Kracko • Hyness • Void Termina|
|Guest Star ???? Star Allies Go!||Galacta Knight • Morpho Knight • Morpho Knight EX|
|Heroes in Another Dimension||Parallel Woods • Parallel Twin Kracko • Parallel Big Kracko • Parallel Meta Knight • Parallel Dedede • Corrupt Hyness • The Three Mage-Sisters|
|The Ultimate Choice||Void Soul • Void Termina - True Destroyer of Worlds • Void|
|Copy Abilities||Artist • Beam • Beetle • Bomb • Cleaning • Cook • Crash • Cutter • ESP • Festival • Fighter • Fire • Hammer • Ice • Mike • Ninja • Parasol • Plasma • Sleep • Spider • Staff • Stone • Suplex • Sword • Water • Whip • Wing • Yo-Yo|
|Friend Abilities||Power Effects||Blizzard • Bluster • Sizzle • Splash • Zap|
|Ability Combos||Chumbrella • Cook Potluck (& Supper Party) • Crash Rush • Curling • Fatal Chorus • Festival Dance • Friend Bounce • Friend Super-Vac • Friend Throw • Geokinesis • Icicle Lance • Rising Sizzler • Rock Painter • Sister Circle • Still Life • Summon Lor • Thundersplash • Zap Splasher|
|Friend Actions||Friend Bridge • Friend Circle • Friend Star • Friend Train • Star Allies Sparkler|
|Enemies||Anger Masker • Beetley • Bio Spark • Birdon • Blade Knight • Blado • Blipper • Bomber • Bouncy • Bronto Burt • Broom Hatter • Burning Leo • Cappy • Chilly • Chip • Como • Coner • Dekabu • Don Puffle • Driblee • Electro Saw • Floaty the Cellcore • Gabon • Gim • Glunk • Gordo • Grizzo • Jamaharu Believer • Jammerjab • Kabu • Key Dee • Knuckle Joe • Mamanti • NESP • Noddy • Parasol Waddle Dee • Plugg • Poppy Bros. Jr. • Propeller • Puppet Dee • Rocky • Rolling Waddle Dee • Scarfy • Shield Enemy • Shotzo • Sir Kibble • Squishy • Two Face • Waddle Dee • Waddle Doo • Walky • Wester|
|Friends||Standard Friends||Beetley • Bio Spark • Birdon • Blade Knight • Bonkers • Broom Hatter • Bugzzy • Burning Leo • Chef Kawasaki • Chilly • Como • Driblee • Gim • Jammerjab • Knuckle Joe • NESP • Parasol Waddle Dee • Plugg • Poppy Bros. Jr. • Rocky • Sir Kibble • Vividria • Waddle Doo • Wester|
|Dream Friends||Adeleine & Ribbon • Bandana Waddle Dee • Dark Meta Knight • Daroach • Gooey • King Dedede • Magolor • Marx • Meta Knight • Rick & Kine & Coo • Susie • Taranza • The Three Mage-Sisters|
|Sub-Games||Chop Champs • Star Slam Heroes • Guest Star ???? Star Allies Go! • Heroes in Another Dimension • The Ultimate Choice|
|Kirby: Right Back at Ya!|
|Recurring characters||Blade Knight • Captain Waddle Doo • Chef Kawasaki • Doctor Yabui • eNeMeE • Escargoon • Fololo & Falala • Kabu • King Dedede • Kirby • Lady Like • Meta Knight • N.M.E. Sales Guy • Sir Ebrum • Sword Knight • Tiff • Tokkori • Tuff • Waddle Dees|
|Cappies||Biblio • Buttercup • Chief Bookem • Doron • Gengu • Gus • Hana • Honey • Iro • Mabel • Mayor Len Blustergas • Melman • Professor Curio • Samo • Spikehead • Tuggle|
|Side characters||Acore • Air Riders • Benikage • Biggy, Boney, and Sleepy • Bonkers • Chef Nagoya • Chef Shiitake • Coo • Dyna Blade • Dyna Chick • Escargoon's mother • Fang • Island Sisters • Joe • Kine • Kit Cosmos • Knuckle Joe • Mr. Chip • Pengy (and the Pengys) • Princess Rona • Rick • Rowlin • Sir Gallant • Sirica • Star Warriors • Whales • Whispy Woods • Minor characters|
(excluding those from the Pilot or other small appearances)
|Amon • Anige • Belly Buster • Blocky • Broom King • Bugzzy • Chilly • Chimera Dinosaurs • Chuckie • Cobgoblin • Crab Monster • Crowemon • Danger • Dedede Doll • Dedede Stone • Delivery Man • Demon Frog • Dirk, Kirk, and Smirk • Doctor Moro • Domestic Servant Robot • Drifter • Ebifryer • Electronic Pet • Erasem • Escar-droid • Fire Lion • Flame Feeder • Fridgy • Fryclops • Gabon • Galbo • Ghost Monster • Great Sea Slug Monster • Hardy • Head Cold Monsters • Heavy Anaconda • Heavy Lobster • Honker Stomper • Ice Dragon Robot • Ice Dragon • Kirisakin • Kracko • Lobzilla • Lovely • Maimaigon • Martial Arts All-Stars • Masher • Masher 2.0 • Max Flexer • Mole Monster • Monsieur Goan • Mosugaba • Mumbies • Noddy • Octacon • Ozomashii • Paint Roller • Phan Phan • Popon • Pukey Flower • Red Viper • Rekketsu • Sasuke • Scarfy • Slice n' Splice • SlicerDicer • Squishy • Susshi • Teacher Creature • Togeira • Tornadon • Trash Basher • Walky • Wheelie • Whippy • Windwhipper • WolfWrath • Yamikage|
|Copy Abilities||Baton • Bomb • Cleaning • Cook • Crash • Cutter • Fighter • Fire • Hammer • Ice • Iron • Jet • Kabuki • Mike • Mirror • Needle • Ninja • Paint • Parasol • Spark • Star Rod • Stone • Sword (Galaxia) • Throw • Top • Tornado • Water • Wheel • Wing|
|Places||Babagahara • Booma-Dooma Volcano • Castle Dedede • Cappy Town • Dedede Academy • Dream Land • Dyna Blade's Nest • Eastern Forest • eNeMeE's Fortress • Haunted mansion • Island of Kit Cosmos • Kabu Canyon • Kawasaki's • Kirby's house • Royal Acadddemy of Arts • Whispy Woods Forest|
|Extra||Armored Vehicle • Channel DDD • Destroya • Dream Land Princess • Galaxia • Grasshopper Eavesdropper • Kihon wa Maru • Kirby: Fright to the Finish • Kirby: Right Back at Ya! (song) • Kirby! (opening theme) • Kirby ★ March • Kirby ☆ Step! • Kirby of the Stars ending skits • Kirby's Starship • Halberd • Night Mare Enterprises • Night Mare Enterprises Teleporter • Phantom Star Gerath • Royal Racecar • Watermelon • Warp Star|