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K&TAM Shooty.png
Artwork of Shooty from Kirby & The Amazing Mirror.
First game Kirby & The Amazing Mirror (2004)
Copy Ability None
Similar entities Soarar, Bombar
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KatAMShooty.png Shooty is an enemy in Kirby & The Amazing Mirror. It resembles a small, red and blue aeroplane with two red feet and a face, which consists solely of two angry eyes with blue irises and a small mouth.


Due to being based on aircraft, these adversaries are often found floating at high altitudes, inhabiting mountainous regions and Candy Constellation, among other places. When encountered by Kirby, they may either follow a set path resembling an eight or fly in a more unpredictable manner, attempting to remain close to the hero. Shooty is able to operate underwater in addition to flying through the air.

Besides causing damage on collision, Shooties have two attacks at their disposal, which they execute from time to time depending on the circumstances: if Kirby is in front of one, it may fire two small, pink bullets into the direction it is facing, which are dangerous to touch; if he is below the Shooty, however, it will flash for a short time and proceed to drop a small aerial bomb, which explodes in a harmful blast on contact with anything.

Shooties are vulnerable to any attack, possessing the same amount of health as a Waddle Dee. When inhaled and swallowed, they yield no Copy Ability.


In Kirby & The Amazing Mirror, Shooty can be found in the following rooms:

Shooty locations in Kirby & The Amazing Mirror  
Rainbow Route Moonlight Mansion Cabbage Cavern Mustard Mountain Carrot Castle Olive Ocean Peppermint Palace Radish Ruins Candy Constellation Dimension Mirror


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese シューティ
French Rafaly Diminutive form of "rafale" (an intense burst of artillery fire)
German Jetnik A homophone between "jet" and "Chetnik"
Italian Shooty -
Spanish Voladrón From "volar" (to fly) and "ladrón" (robber)