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Toy Hammer

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Toy Hammer
KatFL Toy Hammer Kirby artwork.png
Artwork of Toy Hammer Kirby from Kirby and the Forgotten Land
Details
Based on Hammer
Blueprint location Welcome to Wondaria
Cost KatFL Star Coin icon.png×500 and KatFL Rare Stone icon.png×2
Starting Power-up Cost KatFL Star Coin icon.png×1000 and KatFL Rare Stone icon.png×2
No. Power-ups 3
Power(s) Strike enemies rapidly for greater damage
Starting Power 2.5
Rapid-Fire 2.5
Similar to Hammer, Wild Hammer, Masked Hammer
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Sure, this may be the cutest bonk to ever bonk a bonk...but this is no plaything! It has rapid, continuous attacks with enough power to hammer stakes and crush enemies.
— Figure description segment from Kirby and the Forgotten Land

Toy Hammer is an Evolved Copy Ability based on Hammer that appears in Kirby and the Forgotten Land. In this form, Kirby wields a hammer based on a popular Japanese children's toy. It is somewhat less powerful than the standard Hammer, but much faster, with extra hits for its combo attack. The ability's appearance is similar to the Toy Hammer headgear in Kirby Battle Royale, only with a light-blue bicycle helmet instead of a color-swapped headband, and a slightly more vibrant hammer.

The blueprint for Toy Hammer appears in the stage Welcome to Wondaria, and can be found by watering the withered flowers using Water-Balloon Mouth. Toy Hammer is required to play the Treasure Road stage Smack to the Top! Hit the Nails.

Moveset[edit]

All attack names are taken from the Kirby and the Forgotten Land Perfect Support Guide. Applicable equivalent adapted English names from other games are listed in bold.

Toy Hammer moveset 
Move Button execution Description
ハンマーたたき
Hammer Strike
Hammer
B Kirby slams his hammer in front of him.
フィニッシュハンマー
Finish Hammer
B + B + B + B after Hammer Kirby slams his hammer four more times, with the finishing slam enlarging his hammer and flattening enemies it defeats.
だいしゃりん
Giant Swing
B in midair Kirby does a front flip with his hammer out to harm enemies ahead.
メテオスタンプ
Meteor Stamp
Hold B after Giant Swing Kirby slams his hammer towards the ground and bounces off it, boosting him into the air for a brief second.
鬼ごろし火炎ハンマー
Demon Slayer Flame Hammer
Hammer Flip
Hold B, then release or B after dodging an attack Kirby charges his hammer and swings it horizontally in front of him. Has three charges, with the third charge setting his hammer on fire. Like in Kirby Star Allies, charging this move for too long will cause the hammer's head to break.
If used as a counter move after dodging an attack, Kirby instantly uses the second charge of Hammer Flip. Holding the button allows Kirby to charge the move to the third charge.

Trivia[edit]

  • Toy Hammer is the only Evolved Copy Ability in the Korean version which uses a native Korean name, rather than a transliterated version of a foreign name.
  • As of present, Toy Hammer is the preferred ability to use in speedruns of the Colosseum due to its speed and damage potential when fully powered-up. Additionally, because its version of Hammer Flip has separate hitboxes that stack, it can skip the immunity phase that most bosses have when transitioning between phases, potentially defeating the boss while skipping later phases entirely.

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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ピコピコハンマー
Pikopiko Hanmā
Squeaky Hammer
Traditional Chinese 嗶嗶錘子
Bìbì Chuízi
Squeaky Hammer
Simplified Chinese 哔哔锤子
Bìbì Chuízi
French Maillet Mallet
German Spielzeughammer Toy hammer
Korean 뿅망치
Ppyongmangchi
Toy Hammer
Spanish Martillo de juguete Toy Hammer