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Snowy Fields

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Snowy Fields
KEY Snowy Fields Preview screenshot.png
The preview image for Snowy Fields.
Details
Treasures -Big Bear Bed
-Penguin Mirror
-Snowy Fields
Devil(s) (Devilish Mode) We-Devil
Theme music
Stage order
Fossil Reef Cozy Cabin
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Snowy Fields is the first stage of Snow Land in Kirby's Epic Yarn and Kirby's Extra Epic Yarn, unlocked by defeating Capamari in Water Land. This stage involves Kirby traversing slippery pathways while Waddle Dees throw huge snowballs in his direction. Clearing this stage yields the Mitten Patch, which is used to unlock Cozy Cabin. Snowy Fields is also the inspiration for Dedede Gogogo - Stage 3 of Dedede Gogogo in Kirby's Extra Epic Yarn.

Overview[edit]

This stage takes place out on a night-time snowy landscape with icy buildings, igloos, and pine trees to look at. Throughout the entirety of this stage, Kirby will need to contend with Waddle Dees who periodically make and throw snowballs that roll across the area. Some of these snowballs are comically large, making them difficult to avoid. If Kirby is caught in one, he will be packed inside and carried along, though with a bit of wriggling, he can break free before hitting a wall. With some effort, Kirby can jump on top of a snowball and ride it, gaining some extra height. Along the way, there are a couple of doorways in the ice structures that Kirby can jump into to access certain areas. After passing through this trial, the Bonus Bell can be found off to the right.

Medal Bead scores[edit]

  • Bronze - 600 points
  • Silver - 1200 points
  • Gold - 1800 points

Enemies[edit]

Enemies Mid-Bosses

  • None

Treasures[edit]

Item Description
KEY Furniture Big Bear Bed.png
Big Bear Bed
This cuddly bed keeps your head cool and your body warm.
KEY Furniture Penguin Mirror.png
Penguin Mirror
See yourself in this mirror that’s shaped like an igloo that’s shaped like a penguin.
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Snowy Fields Soundtrack
This new music plays in Snowy Fields.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese タマゲールせつげん
tamagēru setsu gen
Astonishing snowfield
タマゲール is the Katakana spelling of 魂消たまげる, meaning to be astonished or amazed
Canadian French Champ enneigé Snowy field
European French Balade hivernale Winter stroll
German Winterwatteland Winter cotton land
Italian Campi innevati Snowy Fields
Korean 새하얀 설원
saehayan seol-won
Pure white snow
Latin American Spanish Campos nevados Snowy fields
European Spanish Campo Helado Frozen Field


Video walkthrough[edit]

100% walkthrough of Snowy Fields.