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||You'd think Soarar is in another stratosphere, but he's actually a rather approachable sort. If he starts attacking, however, best to just get out of his way. I mean it. Run!
— Soarar's Figurine caption from Kirby and the Rainbow Curse
Soarar is an enemy in the Kirby series. He is a flying enemy, similar to a Shooty or a Cerulean. He provides no Copy Ability if swallowed.
Kirby & The Amazing Mirror
Soarar debuted in this game, where he flies through the air, often flying in circles. His methods of attack include running into Kirby or shooting small purple lasers. However, he does not provide Kirby with any copy ability, even though his lasers might indicate he gives the Laser ability. Soarar is defeated rather easily, as one Air Bullet is enough to take this enemy down.
Soarar may be found in Rainbow Route, Moonlight Mansion, Mustard Mountain, Radish Ruins, and Candy Constellation.
Kirby: Canvas Curse
Soarar reappears in Kirby: Canvas Curse. He acts almost in the same manner as in the first game, but rarely shoots lasers. In Paint Panic, a Soarar can appear as one of Paint Roller's paintings.
In Kirby: Canvas Curse, Soarar appears in the following locations:
|Soarar locations in Kirby: Canvas Curse
Four Soarars can also be conjured by Drawcia during her boss fight, though these are dark blue in color.
Kirby Mass Attack
Soarar appears again in Kirby Mass Attack. Here, Soarars are typically seen flying in straight lines, carrying Fruit and other goodies. Standard Soarars are harmless in this game, but there is a gray variant called Mono Soarar which will attempt to divebomb the Kirbys and deal them damage. Soarars are also involved in a minigame that involves the Kirbys attempting to collect fruit cards. When they collect a fruit card, they are awarded with fruit that fills the meter. If they collect a Soarar card, then Mono Soarars attempt to bombard them. This minigame first appears in Level 7 of Green Grounds. A Big Soarar and Small Soarars also make an appearance in this game.
Soarar can be found in the following levels and stages in Kirby Mass Attack:
Kirby: Triple Deluxe
Soarar in Kirby: Triple Deluxe
Soarar makes his first 3-D appearance in Kirby: Triple Deluxe. He acts in a similar manner to a Cerulean, flying in set paths after Kirby or King Dedede. He will often fly between the foreground and background to hit his target.
In Kirby: Triple Deluxe Soarar can be found in the following levels and stages:
Dedede's Drum Dash Deluxe
Soarar makes an appearance in some stages of Dedede's Drum Dash Deluxe as a course hazard. Here he tends to fly in from the background at various points, causing a penalty if King Dedede collides with him.
Kirby and the Rainbow Curse
Soarar reappears in Kirby and the Rainbow Curse. He is often seen flying in wide arcs or on straight paths. He almost always trails items behind him as he moves, with one in particular trailing a Treasure chest in Up the Big Ol' Tree. Defeating Soarar is worth 100 points and 3 Point Stars.
In Kirby and the Rainbow Curse, Soarar appears in the following locations:
Kirby: Planet Robobot
From Kirby: Planet Robobot
Soarar returns in Kirby: Planet Robobot, unchanged from his appearance in Kirby: Triple Deluxe.
In Kirby: Planet Robobot Soarar can be found in the following levels and stages:
Kirby's Blowout Blast
In this title, Soarar's job is to fly in a straight line or to home in on Kirby at a modest pace. He is worth the same amount of points as any other enemy when defeated.
Kirby & The Amazing Mirror artwork
Kirby: Canvas Curse artwork
Kirby Mass Attack artwork
Kirby and the Rainbow Curse artwork
Soarar firing his shot in Rainbow Route, from Kirby & The Amazing Mirror
Soarars in Candy Constellation, from Kirby & The Amazing Mirror
Soarar's Figurine in Kirby and the Rainbow Curse
Names in other languages
||Probably from "Jet-Ski"