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Trophy
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Screenshot showing a golden trophy from Dedede's Drum Dash Deluxe
Details
Type Gameplay mechanic
Function Used to represent score thresholds
Found On the results screen
Game(s) Kirby's Dream Collection Special Edition (New Challenge Stages)
Dedede's Drum Dash Deluxe
Kirby: Planet Robobot (Kirby 3D Rumble)
Kirby's Blowout Blast
Similar to Medal
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This article is about trophies as rewards in certain games. For the collectible sculptures in Kirby and the Rainbow Curse, see Figurine.

Trophies are objects used to symbolize achievement, usually taking the form of decorated goblets (thus distinguishing them from Medals) made typically of precious metals of (in increasing order of value) bronze, silver, gold, and then platinum. In the Kirby series, trophies are awarded in only a handful of titles, and they are functionally no different from medals in other titles, though they do have more elaborate designs.

Game appearances[edit]

Trophies appear in the following Kirby games:

Kirby's Dream Collection Special Edition[edit]

In the Kirby's Dream Collection Special Edition sub-game New Challenge Stages, trophies are awarded at certain score thresholds depending on what the player's overall combined score from all completed challenges are. These trophies and their score thresholds are as follows:

Trophies
Name Image Score Needed
Bronze Trophy
KDC Bronze Trophy.png
55000
Silver Trophy
KDC Silver Trophy.png
150000
Gold Trophy
KDC Gold Trophy.png
250000
Platinum Trophy
KDC Platinum Trophy.png
370000
King Trophy
KDC King Trophy.png
Platinum Trophy earned + Platinum on all stages (Magolor Races only need to be cleared with one ability)

Dedede's Drum Dash Deluxe[edit]

A platinum trophy for Normal stages in Dedede's Drum Dash Deluxe.

In Dedede's Drum Dash Deluxe, a trophy is awarded for overall score, similar to New Challenge Stages. This trophy depicts King Dedede, and comes from Bronze to Platinum. Higher rankings add extra characters, namely Kirby and Taranza. Separate trophies are kept for the normal stages and their secret versions.

Kirby: Planet Robobot / Kirby's Blowout Blast[edit]

In the Kirby: Planet Robobot sub-game Kirby 3D Rumble and its expanded standalone title Kirby's Blowout Blast, Kirby receives a trophy depending on how well he did in a given stage, ranging from bronze to platinum. Unlike the previous games' trophies, these ones act more like medals do, as they are specific to stages rather than cumulative from the whole game score. In Kirby's Blowout Blast, getting a Gold trophy or better in normal levels is required to unlock their EX versions, and Gold trophies or better in those is required to unlock the Secret Path.

For more information about trophy score thresholds in Kirby 3D Rumble and Kirby's Blowout Blast, visit the stage pages for the games.

Super Smash Bros. series[edit]

SmashWiki has more information about this subject here.

Trophies also exist in the Super Smash Bros. series, functioning as collectibles instead of achievement symbols. Many of these trophies resemble Kirby series characters and objects. The following is a list of every Kirby series trophy in the Super Smash Bros. series:

Super Smash Bros. Melee[edit]

The Japanese version lists two games, while the American English version lists a game and a release date and the European version only lists a game.

Kirby series trophies in Super Smash Bros. Melee  
Trophy Description Games/moves listed Notes
A denizen of the far-off, peaceful planet Pop Star, Kirby became a citizen of Dream Land after defeating King Dedede. Even though he's only about eight inches tall, Kirby is an extremely skilled technician. He has the unique ability to absorb the powers of his enemies, and his elastic body makes him a versatile adventurer. Kirby's Dream Land
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Kirby [Smash]
Kirby's small size lets him dodge many attacks, but his light weight makes him fly far when struck. Using his ability to inflate, he can jump five times. His Swallow attack creates wild combos; not only can he copy foes' moves, but he'll also put on special hats and mimic their voices. His Hammer is unwieldy but powerful. B: Swallow
Smash B: Hammer
Kirby can actually jump six times in Super Smash Bros. Melee, if his initial ground jump is counted.
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Kirby [Smash]
Because of his light weight, Kirby is always in danger of being sent flying, but his ability to puff up and fly allows him to come back from amazing distances. His Final Cutter strikes on the way up and on the way down, and it sends out a beam of force upon landing. Kirby transforms into various objects and crashes down when he uses his Stone technique. Up & B: Final Cutter
Down & B: Stone
Maxim Tomatoes cure 50 percentage points of your accumulated damage. Once you eat one, after a brief moment, your damage meter slowly drains the appropriate amount, regardless of whether or not you pick up another item right afterwards. In the Kirby series, these juicy, health-restoring items were a favorite of the pink hero. Kirby's Dream Land
The Warp Star originated as Kirby's ride: it helped the ponderous puffball get around at high speed. Hop on the Warp Star in Super Smash Bros. Melee, and your character will rapidly launch up and off the screen. You'll return in a flash, causing an explosion as you hit the ground. Try holding a direction to alter your landing! Kirby's Dream Land
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This magic wand holds 16 star shots and sends foes flying at a low angle when thrown. It's most powerful when Captain Falcon or Sheik performs a Smash Attack while holding it. In Kirby's Adventure, the Star Rod is the secret power behind the Fountain of Dreams. King Dedede steals the Star Rod in order to seal away the nasty Cloaked Nightmare. Kirby's Adventure
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The Parasol, which was originally used by Kirby, can be used as a weapon to bludgeon enemies. Even better is the fact that players can open it while airborne and float lazily back toward safe ground. It's incredibly useful in returning to the field of play after an opponent gets the better of you and sends you flying. Kirby's Dream Land
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Kirby Hat 1
Here's Kirby sporting several results of his Copy ability. In Link's hat he can shoot arrows, while Mario's cap gives him access to Fireballs. The Donkey Kong suit offers up a Giant Punch, while Samus's helmet allows Kirby to fire off charged-up energy shots. Finally, while wearing the Yoshi hat, Kirby can swallow enemies and turn them into eggs. Super Smash Bros. Melee
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Kirby Hat 2
Kirby's got several of his finest hats on here. In Ness's baseball cap, he can use the power of PSI to unleash PK Flash, while Captain Falcon's visor gives him the ability to unleash a huge punch. His adorable Pikachu cap comes complete with stored-up electric charges, allowing him to shock his foes, and the Fox ears come with a matching Blaster. Super Smash Bros. Melee
12/01
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Kirby Hat 3
With all of these hats, Kirby could open his own haberdashery! Peach's crown lets him use Toad, while the Ice Climber parka allows him to shoot ice blocks. Kirby has Fire Breath in the Bowser horns, and he can copy Zelda in both her forms. In Zelda's headdress he can use Nayru's Love, while Sheik's wrap gives him a needle arsenal. Super Smash Bros. Melee
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Kirby Hat 4
Looks like Kirby's copied a bunch of hidden characters! In Luigi's hat, he can shoot green Fireballs, while copying Mewtwo gives him the power to throw Shadow Balls. Copying Mr. Game & Watch lets Kirby hurl sausages, and doing the same to Jigglypuff earns him a Rollout move. Marth's hair comes complete with a powerful Shield Breaker move. Super Smash Bros. Melee
12/01
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Kirby Hat 5
Secret hats galore! In Pichu's hat Kirby can shoot out electricity, while Dr. Mario's headgear gives him Megavitamins. When Kirby wears Falco's beak, he gets to use Falco's powerful Blaster; by the same token, he can fire arrows while in Young Link's cap. When Kirby copies Ganondorf, he gets the Warlock Punch, and copying Roy produces a Flare Blade. Super Smash Bros. Melee
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A boss enemy from Kirby's Dream Land, Whispy Woods is a big tree that shoots whirlwinds at Kirby. It isn't the toughest enemy: all Kirby has to do is avoid the occasional whirlwind, suck in apples that fall down, and then shoot them back at the tree. In Super Smash Bros. Melee, Whispy Woods is quite the blowhard. Kirby's Dream Land
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This mystical fountain in Dream Land uses the power of the Star Rod to create a gush of pleasant dreams that flow like water. The dreams then become a fine mist and drift over the land, bringing peaceful rest to one and all. It's been confirmed that there are identical facilities on other planets near Pop Star. Kirby's Adventure
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The last line refers to the fountains found on other planets in Milky Way Wishes.
When Kirby swallows a fire-wielding enemy, he transforms into Fire Kirby. Not only does he breathe fire in this form, but he can also sprout flames on his entire body and damage enemies by crashing into them. Fire Kirby wears the bright red headdress of his enemy Burning Leo. The hat turns into a helpful weapon when thrown. Kirby's Adventure
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Kirby dons a warrior's headband and becomes a fierce fighter when he swallows an enemy skilled at physical attacks. Fighter Kirby uses many colorful punching and kicking moves as he overpowers his enemies with his sparring skills. The Vulcan Jab is just one of the many techniques Kirby can use thanks to his copying power. Flag of NA.svg
Kirby Super Star
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Kirby's Fun Pak

When Kirby swallows a ball enemy, he turns into a ball and can bounce off of floors and walls. It's tough to control, but well worth it for the strong attack power it gives Kirby. After his debut in Kirby's Adventure, Ball Kirby has popped up in several more Kirby games, such as Kirby's Pinball Land and Kirby's Block Ball. Kirby's Adventure
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Many delicate creatures like this one inhabit Dream Land. They generally live carefree lives and have never considered themselves to be followers of King Dedede. Waddle Dees are innocent and generally harmless to man and beast. While they have virtually no offensive or defensive power, they'll sometimes try to wield a parasol. Kirby's Dream Land
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Despite what this description states, there are several Waddle Dees who can definitely be considered to be Dedede's followers.
Dedede's the self-proclaimed king of Dream Land. While he says he's king, Dedede performs no administrative functions and the citizens of Dream Land continue to live as they always have. He's able to suck in air and fly like Kirby does, but only as a result of the vigorous training he undertook after being bested by Kirby. Kirby's Dream Land
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Rick made his debut alongside Kirby's other friends, Coo and Kine. He looks like a meek hamster, but when he puffs himself up, he's bigger than Kirby. When he's carrying Kirby on his back, he can mimic Kirby's copy powers with some special moves of his own. Rick's claim to fame is his exceptional traction on icy surfaces. Kirby's Dream Land 2
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While Kirby swallows enemies in order to copy their powers, Gooey wraps them up in his tongue to steal their abilities. In Kirby's Dream Land 2, he occasionally appeared inside of a bag, but by Kirby's Dream Land 3, he was a full-fledged partner. He could be controlled by setting him up as Player Two. Kirby's Dream Land 2
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The mysterious head of the Meta-Knights, he wields his sword with dignity. He delivered his sword to Kirby and demanded single combat in a show of his knightly honor; his strict adherence to his code of ethics makes him a rarity in Dream Land. Sometimes he throws off his cape in battle. It occasionally transforms into wings. Flag of NA.svg
Kirby Super Star
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Kirby's Fun Pak

The American and European versions list Kirby Super Star / Kirby's Fun Pak as the only game, implying it was Meta Knight's debut appearance, but Meta Knight in fact first appeared in Kirby's Adventure.
Donbe and Hikari are the main characters in this video-game version of a classic Japanese folk tale. The game chronicles the lives of our fearless heroes, from their births to the time they drove the evil from the Island of Ogres. They are accompanied in their adventures by Ringo the dog, Matsunosuke the monkey, and Ohana the pheasant. Shin Oni Ga Shima
Japan Only

Super Smash Bros. Brawl[edit]

Kirby series trophies in Super Smash Bros. Brawl  
Trophy Description Games listed Notes
A round, pink ball of cuteness from a distant, peaceful star. He can inhale anything with his gigantic mouth, then spit it out as ammo. He has the handy ability to copy powers and use them as his own. His hovering ability lets him fly through the air with ease. He's so round, he's sometimes treated like a ball. Game Boy: Kirby's Dream Land

SNES: Flag of NA.svgKirby Super Star Flag of Europe.svgKirby's Fun Pak

Kirby in chef's garb. When Kirby throws on his chef's hat, a giant pot appears in the center of the screen. All characters, items, and even long-distance weapons are sucked into the pot. Once they've simmered a bit, food items equal to the number of things in the pot appear. Characters in the mix get blasted straight up out of the pot. Wii: Super Smash Bros. Brawl The British English description removes "all" in the third sentence.
The head of the Meta-Knights, and something of a rival to Kirby. He's quite an accomplished swordsman. Following his code of knightly ethics, he once delivered his sword to Kirby and demanded single combat. His giant cape transforms into wings, giving him the power of flight. He's shown his face briefly before, but his relationship to Kirby is still a mystery. NES: Kirby's Adventure

SNES: Flag of NA.svgKirby Super Star Flag of Europe.svgKirby's Fun Pak

The British English description changes "his sword" to "a sword".
Meta Knight's Final Smash. He flips his cape, and the darkness within envelops his foes and plunges the world into shadow. He then unleashes a series of sword strikes that do terrible damage and launch his foes. In the darkness, Meta Knight can also reach and attack distant enemies. One can imagine Meta Knight zipping back and forth at high speed to accomplish this. Wii: Super Smash Bros. Brawl
The self-styled king of the amazingly peaceful Dream Land. He continually does things unbecoming a king, like stealing the kingdom's food supplies or all the stars from the sky. He's not all bad, though, and sometimes performs good deeds. While he and Kirby often battle, they've been known to compete good-naturedly at speed-eating contests and minigames. Game Boy: Kirby's Dream Land
N64: Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards
King Dedede's Final Smash. He whistles, and an army of Gordos, Waddle Dees, and Waddle Doos rain down and rampage, pummeling all in their way. After a bit, they'll pack it in and hit the road. Any left can be forcibly removed. They are fast and numerous, which makes it difficult to get through their ranks without taking any damage. Wii: Super Smash Bros. Brawl
A juicy tomato that heals 50 percentage points of the damage you've accumulated. When one of these appears in combat, rest assured there will be a race to see who can reach it first. It's a race of desperation between players who want to heal their damage and those who want to stop them from doing so. In the Kirby series, Maxim Tomatoes healed all damage. Game Boy: Kirby's Dream Land

SNES: Flag of NA.svgKirby Super Star Flag of Europe.svgKirby Fun Pak[sic]

The British English trophy lists Kirby's Fun Pak as "Kirby Fun Pak"
An attack-capable Air Ride machine you can assemble by combining parts A, B, and C. You can knock off parts held by foes in combat, so stealing parts is something that's sure to occur. In Kirby Air Ride, you control legendary machines, but the Dragoon not only towers above all others in terms of speed, it is also able to fly. GameCube: Kirby Air Ride The description falsely claims the Dragoon to be the fastest Air Ride Machine; that honor belongs to the Hydra.
A warp-speed item. In the Kirby series, Warpstars are used to move between stages. In Smash Bros., they're ultrafast attack items that zoom up and down to devastate anyone they hit. You can shift your landing spot by moving the Control Stick left or right during your descent. Choose your target and hang on! Don't overshoot the mark and plummet off the stage, though. Game Boy: Kirby's Dream Land

Game Boy: Kirby's Dream Land 2

The British English description adds a dash to "ultrafast".
The spiciest curry around. Eat it, and you'll be able to attack by spitting out fireballs. The eater of the curry will soon be unable to handle the heat, however, and end up frantically dashing about the screen. This is a pretty funny sight that never gets old, especially when it's Samus or Snake. Eat this mouth-scorching dish if you dare. Game Boy: Kirby's Dream Land
A magic wand. Perform a standard attack with it, and it's a battering weapon. Perform a strong or smash attack, and it fires a barrage of star shots. Throw it at a foe, and that opponent will get sent flying sideways. In the Kirby series, the Star Rod is the power source of the Fountain of Dreams. King Dedede once stole it to imprison the Nightmare Wizard. NES: Kirby's Adventure

SNES: Flag of NA.svgKirby Super Star Flag of Europe.svgKirby's Fun Pak

A martial artist known for amazing attacks like the Vulcan Jab. With his bandana, he looks and fights the part of a Muay Thai boxer. When Kirby copies Knuckle Joe, he gains the fighting techniques of a hand-to-hand-combat expert. Knuckle Joe also engages in friendly block-breaking competitions with Kirby. His other famous techniques are the Smash Punch and Rising Break. SNES: Flag of NA.svgKirby Super Star Flag of Europe.svgKirby's Fun Pak
Kirby in a jester cap...and a supercute Kirby at that. Beam Kirby features a Beam ability, acquired by inhaling Waddle Doo, that allows him to shoot a whiplike beam at his enemies. With a wide attack range, this ability is extremely easy to use, especially for taking out enemies in bunches. In Kirby Super Star, this beam can also be charged and fired. NES: Kirby's Adventure

DS: Flag of NA.svgKirby: Squeak Squad Flag of Europe.svgKirby: Mouse Attack

The British English description adds dashes to "supercute" and "whiplike", and changes "Kirby Super Star" to "Kirby's Fun Pak".
A Kirby ability made when Kirby inhales a spiked enemy. When attacking, the needles on Needle Kirby's body extend, giving him a porcupine-like look. This ability provides both offensive and defensive measures against nearby enemies. Plus, needles which extend on Kirby's underside when jumping eliminate any threats on landing. NES: Kirby's Adventure

DS: Flag of NA.svgKirby: Canvas Curse Flag of Europe.svgKirby: Power Paintbrush

The British English description changes the second "attacking" to "offensive".
A Kirby ability made when Kirby inhales a sword-wielding foe or a sword itself. Doing so provides Kirby with a rapid sword slash, a jumping sword spin, or even the energy-beam blast of the Final Cutter. It wouldn't be a stretch to say that this is the #1 Copy Ability in terms of accessibility. NES: Kirby's Adventure

DS: Flag of NA.svgKirby: Squeak Squad Flag of Europe.svgKirby: Mouse Attack

Kirby after he copies the ability to sleep peacefully. Kirby takes on this form when he inhales Noddy or other such enemies. Kirby cannot move at all while sleeping, so extra care should be taken not to use this ability when enemies are near. Kirby, in his slumber, tends to drool, and in his panicked awakening, isn't it cute how he forgets to wipe off the drool? NES: Kirby's Adventure

DS: Flag of NA.svgKirby: Squeak Squad Flag of Europe.svgKirby: Mouse Attack

Kirby when he inhales a winged enemy and copies its flying ability. This ability can be used to proceed through strong winds that would otherwise be too tough to overcome. Wing Kirby can also perform a plethora of attack moves, such as the Bomber Heading, where Kirby dive-bombs onto enemy heads. SNES: Flag of NA.svgKirby Super Star Flag of Europe.svgKirby's Fun Pak

GameCube: Kirby Air Ride

Kirby when he is skilled in martial arts, especially close-quarters combat. Inhaling brawny challengers like Knuckle Joe will transform Kirby, allowing him to use a bunch of fight moves like Rising Break, the heroic uppercut. His powerful punch in Kirby & The Amazing Mirror, which used charged energy to take out faraway enemies, is another Fighter Kirby highlight. SNES: Flag of NA.svgKirby Super Star Flag of Europe.svgKirby's Fun Pak

Game Boy Advance: Kirby & The Amazing Mirror

Kirby when he inhales an enemy who uses fire. Shooting fire from his mouth, Fire Kirby can cook enemies from afar. This ability also allows Kirby to light explosive blocks, fuses, and so on. In Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land and Kirby & The Amazing Mirror, Fire Kirby can roll his burning body into enemies as an attack move. SNES: Flag of NA.svgKirby Super Star Flag of Europe.svgKirby's Fun Pak

DS: Flag of NA.svgKirby: Canvas Curse Flag of Europe.svgKirby: Power Paintbrush

The trophy lists Kirby: Canvas Curse as one of the games that Fire Kirby appears in, but technically it was Burning, not Fire, which was in that game.
Kirby when he copies an enemy with chilly abilities. Ice Kirby can blow an icy wind from his mouth and freeze enemies solid. These frozen enemies can then be knocked into other enemies as an additional means of attack. These blocks are not only effective against enemies but can also be used on terrain such as magma or water. NES: Kirby's Adventure

SNES: Flag of NA.svgKirby Super Star Flag of Europe.svgKirby's Fun Pak

Kirby when he inhales Plasma Wisps, which glow with a neon green flame. Plasma Kirby can charge the plasma strength up to a maximum level of 5 by furiously pressing buttons. In Kirby Super Star, your attack—be it a Plasma Laser or a Plasma Wave Cannon—varies with the length of time you charge it. SNES: Flag of NA.svgKirby Super Star Flag of Europe.svgKirby's Fun Pak

GameCube: Kirby Air Ride

The British English description changes "Kirby Super Star" to "Kirby's Fun Pak".
Kirby when he inhales enemies that fly around like twisters through the sky. When in tornado form, Kirby can spin freely through the air for short amounts of time, clearing out groups of enemies. Tornado Kirby will continue spinning and bouncing violently off of obstacles until he comes to a stop. One drawback of Tornado Kirby is the control difficulty. NES: Kirby's Adventure

GameCube: Kirby Air Ride

A carefree creature that wanders the hills and dales of Dream Land. Basically harmless to creatures great and small, Waddle Dees sometimes use parasols to float down through the skies. If Kirby swallows a parasol, he'll get one he can use to float or ward off enemy attacks. On the other hand, Kirby can't copy anything by swallowing Waddle Dees themselves. Game Boy: Kirby's Dream Land

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A creature identified by a single, unblinking eye. Like Waddle Dees, Waddle Doos roam about Dream Land and sometimes use parasols. Unlike their counterparts, though, they hate being approached—they'll fire a beam of energy at anyone who nears them, so don't think they're harmless like Waddle Dees. If Kirby swallows one, he copies the Beam ability and gains a jester's hat. Game Boy: Kirby's Dream Land

DS: Flag of NA.svgKirby: Squeak Squad Flag of Europe.svgKirby: Mouse Attack

A creature that sits in one place and doesn't even try to move. They won't even budge if Kirby tries to inhale them—they're the definitive obstacle. In addition, they're covered in spikes, so they damage whoever touches them. They're found stopped in groups, blocking narrow passageways, etc. Nothing's harder to get by than an encampment of Gordos. Game Boy: Kirby's Dream Land

DS: Flag of NA.svgKirby: Squeak Squad Flag of Europe.svgKirby: Mouse Attack

Contrary to the description, Gordos can move and do often.
A monstrous bird with white- and rainbow-colored bladed wings and huge talons. Challengers who face Dyna Blade are forced to contend with her speed and armor plating that can reflect any attack. The only weak point is her head. In Kirby Super Star, she's destroying Dream Land's crops, but there's apparently a perfectly good reason for this. SNES: Flag of NA.svgKirby Super Star Flag of Europe.svgKirby's Fun Pak

GameCube: Kirby Air Ride

The British English description changes "Kirby Super Star" to "Kirby's Fun Pak".
A sword wielder covered head to toe in armor. Kirby can copy his Sword ability by inhaling him. Blade Knight has a variety of sword techniques, including chops and 100-slash combo attacks. As a helper, you can take him with you, and he will assist by taking out enemies with sword attacks. He's about as strong as Sword Knight. NES: Kirby's Adventure
A large enemy who wields a giant hammer as a weapon. Bonkers battles you with several moves—his hammer attack and coconut throw could be considered his specialties. Kirby can inhale Bonkers to learn Hammer and Smash techniques. Not many know this, but Hammer Kirby can also break walls and pound down stakes. NES: Kirby's Adventure

DS: Flag of NA.svgKirby: Squeak Squad Flag of Europe.svgKirby: Mouse Attack

Contrary to the description, Bonkers does not provide the Smash ability.
A bird that looks a lot like Kirby. Bronto Burt has clear wings that he uses to busily flutter around the skies of Dream Land. He will pull off sudden dive bombs on occasion, and although he has no ill will toward Kirby, Bronto Burt will sometimes collide with the pink hero if he gets in the way. You should be especially careful of these collisions. Game Boy: Kirby's Dream Land

DS: Flag of NA.svgKirby: Squeak Squad Flag of Europe.svgKirby: Mouse Attack

The British English description merges "dive bombs" into a single word.
A creature that looks like a walking mushroom at first glance. Inhaling him will strip off only his cap, revealing his true identity. Cappy tends to run around wildly, flailing his arms...and then gently eases back into a relaxed strut as if nothing ever happened. Game Boy: Kirby's Dream Land

SNES: Flag of NA.svgKirby Super Star Flag of Europe.svgKirby's Fun Pak

One of many statues found in Mirror Country, far up in the skies of Dream Land. Typically inert, Golems will only move to attack if Kirby draws near. Other Golems protect treasure chests, and some get shot from the mouth of the King Golem. Kirby can inhale Golems with a super inhale to copy the Stone ability. Game Boy Advance: Kirby & The Amazing Mirror The model used for this trophy was based on the one for Golem in the canceled Kirby for Nintendo GameCube.
The British English description changes "Mirror Country" to "mirror world".
A well-known boss from the Kirby series. Kracko is a cloud with a big eye and numerous spikes. He threatens Kirby with a number of weapons, including beam and rain attacks. In Kirby Super Star, Kracko first appears as Kracko Jr., continuing his onslaught on Kirby as he grows in size. Game Boy: Kirby's Dream Land

SNES: Flag of NA.svgKirby Super Star Flag of Europe.svgKirby's Fun Pak

The description describes Kracko Jr.'s continuous transformation into Kracko as coming from Kirby Super Star, but he does not actually do that in that game, instead doing it in Kirby's Adventure and Kirby's Dream Land 2.
The British English description changes "Kirby Super Star" to "Kirby's Fun Pak".
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. Game Boy: Kirby's Dream Land

Game Boy Advance: Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land

The British English description adds a dash to "catlike".
An armor-clad foe. Sir Kibble grips the blade on his head between his hands before launching it at Kirby. By inhaling Sir Kibble, Kirby can copy his Cutter ability to throw boomerang-like blades. At close range, Sir Kibble can use his cutter like a sword for a nonstop cutter attack. Game Boy: Kirby's Dream Land

Game Boy Advance: Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land

The British English description add a dash to "nonstop".
A microphone who trudges along and enjoys himself as he sings. By inhaling Walky, Kirby gains the ability to shout, allowing him to clear all enemies off the screen with a high-volume blast. This is a powerful ability that can only be used up to three times. In Kirby Air Ride, this ability sends every racer within range into a spin. Game Boy: Kirby's Dream Land

SNES: Flag of NA.svgKirby Super Star Flag of Europe.svgKirby's Fun Pak

The English version of the game incorrectly lists Walky's debut game as Kirby's Dream Land.
A real speed demon. Once Wheelie gets going, he can't be stopped. Wheelies are sometimes known to run in packs too. Kirby can copy the Wheel ability, turn into a tire, and run over enemies. The momentum will keep him rolling until he runs into an obstacle such as a wall. SNES: Flag of NA.svgKirby Super Star Flag of Europe.svgKirby's Fun Pak

GameCube: Kirby Air Ride

One of only two legendary Air Ride machines. Known also as the King of Destruction, the Hydra was born to battle. Collecting its three parts on City Trial will reveal its fiendish side. With high offensive and defensive levels, the Hydra can easily blast through rivals and obstacles, leaving a swath of ruin. This is the ultimate Air Ride machine for attacking the course. GameCube: Kirby Air Ride
One dangerous dude—as evidenced by the skull drawn on his body. Bomber walks around on two legs, but whenever he falls from stairs or other high places, he hits his head and explodes, covering a significant blast radius. Kirby can suck him up to learn the Crash ability, the ultimate weapon for wiping out every last enemy on the screen. Use it once and it's gone! NES: Kirby's Adventure

SNES: Flag of NA.svgKirby Super Star Flag of Europe.svgKirby's Fun Pak

One of Kirby's foes. Those unlucky enough to get too close will get body-slammed with Bugzzy's vicious pincers. He also releases smaller bugs. Kirby can copy the ability to body-slam by inhaling him. In Kirby Super Star, this ability is called quick stamping. It's just one of many pro-wrestling moves he uses. SNES: Flag of NA.svgKirby Super Star Flag of Europe.svgKirby's Fun Pak

NES: Kirby's Adventure

The British English description changes "Kirby Super Star" to "Kirby's Fun Pak".
The listed games puts Kirby Super Star / Kirby's Fun Pak before Kirby's Adventure despite the release order being the opposite.
The main gun of the battleship Halberd. As the name references, it has two guns—the top one shoots out slow-moving shells, and the bottom one fires a powerful laser. There's a mechanical arm at the base that is used to grab enemies and hold them to be blasted by the laser cannon. It has a wide attack range and once shot down Dyna Blade after she aided Kirby. SNES: Flag of NA.svgKirby Super Star Flag of Europe.svgKirby's Fun Pak
Meta Knight's battleship, built to help Meta Knight take control of Dream Land. It's crewed by Meta Knight and the Meta-Knights and is equipped with the Combo Cannon and a shrimplike robot called the Heavy Lobster. In The Subspace Emissary, the Halberd appears and releases a massive horde of shadow bugs. These creatures form Primids and cause our heroes a lot of trouble. SNES: Flag of NA.svgKirby Super Star Flag of Europe.svgKirby's Fun Pak The British English description add a dash to "shrimplike".
Fruit that falls from above when you're battling Whispy Woods. Kirby can suck them up and spit them out as useful projectile weapons. They're nice to have around when you don't have any Copy Abilities, but they do damage when they hit you, so they can be a bother too. They offer no ability when swallowed. These apples are not produced by Whispy Woods. Game Boy: Kirby's Dream Land

SNES: Flag of NA.svgKirby Super Star Flag of Europe.svgKirby's Fun Pak

The description states that Whispy Woods does not produce his apples, but this does not seem to be correct.

Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U[edit]

Kirby series trophies in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U  
Trophy 3DS / Wii U American English description British English/Korean description Appears In/Related Games Notes
Both 3DS: Round little Kirby lives on the peaceful Planet Popstar, in Dream Land. He can inhale things with his big mouth, either copying their abilities or spitting them out again. In Smash Bros., Kirby can inhale opponents and copy their standard specials. He gets launched easily but recovers well.

Wii U: Pudgy, little Kirby lives in the peaceful hills of Dream Land on the Planet Popstar. He can inhale things with his big mouth, either copying their abilities or spitting them out again. In Smash Bros., Kirby can inhale opponents and copy their standard specials. He gets launched easily but recovers well.

A roly-poly little fella from Dream Land on Planet Popstar. He can inhale pretty much anyone or anything with that big gob of his, then spit them out or copy their abilities. He can copy opponents' standard specials in this game, too! His light weight means he gets launched easily, but with a series of mid-air jumps, recovering's not too tricky. Game Boy: Kirby's Dream Land (08/1992)

SNES: Flag of NA.svgKirby Super Star (08/1996) Flag of Europe.svgKirby's Fun Pak (01/1997)

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Kirby (Alt.)
Both Holding the special button and left or right will charge up Kirby's Hammer Flip attack. Charging too long hurts Kirby! The hammer strikes twice in the air, but landing the single blow on the ground is more powerful. Kirby's up special Final Cutter slices up and down, firing a shock wave upon landing. Charge up Kirby's Hammer side special to unleash Hammer Flip, a move with serious launch power. Charge it too much, though, and you'll get hurt! The move hits twice in mid-air, but does more damage on the ground. Final Cutter slices up and down before sending out an energy wave. Move Kirby mid-jump to change where he lands. Game Boy: Kirby's Dream Land (08/1992)

SNES: Flag of NA.svgKirby Super Star (08/1996) Flag of Europe.svgKirby's Fun Pak (01/1997)

Both 3DS: Kirby's mysterious rival, this masked swordsman appears in several Kirby games. His cape transforms into wings to grant him flight. In Smash Bros., his quick sword skills and aerial agility set him apart. He can jump up to five times in a row, and he has a special move to soar higher.

Wii U: Kirby's mysterious rival, this masked swordsman appears in several Kirby games. His cape transforms into wings to grant him flight. In Smash Bros., his quick sword skills and aerial agility set him apart. He can jump up to six times in a row, and he has a special move to soar higher.

A mysterious masked swordsman from the Kirby series. His cape can turn into wings, which gives him the ability to fly. His swift swordplay and ability to stay in the air give him an edge in this game. He can combine five mid-air jumps with a special move to make recovering a cinch. If you use him, try to keep the battle airborne! NES: Kirby's Adventure (Flag of NA.svg05/1993 Flag of Europe.svg12/1993)

SNES: Flag of NA.svgKirby Super Star (08/1996) Flag of Europe.svgKirby's Fun Pak (01/1997)

The American 3DS trophy says that Meta Knight can jump 5 times but the American Wii U trophy claims 6 times. Counting the grounded jump the number would be 6, but counting only jumps in the air it would be 5. This ambiguity is absent in the European trophies as they specify "five mid-air jumps".
Both Meta Knight's Dimensional Cape lets you teleport, changing where you'll reappear with directional inputs and attacking by holding the button! His Mach Tornado special can draw in and attack multiple opponents. Rise by pressing the button repeatedly, and press left or right to move. Meta Knight's Dimensional Cape lets you teleport. After vanishing, you can move to reappear somewhere else. You can also keep holding the button to turn it into an attack! His Mach Tornado special can mix up multiple opponents in the fray. Press the button repeatedly to rise up, and move left and right to create extra havoc. NES: Kirby's Adventure (Flag of NA.svg05/1993 Flag of Europe.svg12/1993)

SNES: Flag of NA.svgKirby Super Star (08/1996) Flag of Europe.svgKirby's Fun Pak (01/1997)

Both 3DS: He calls himself the King of Dream Land, but he doesn't have a lot of interest in ruling. He really loves to eat, so it's no surprise he's a heavyweight fighter. Despite his size and low speed, he can easily recover with his four jumps. His Jet Hammer will leave a mark on everyone he meets.

Wii U: He calls himself the King of Dream Land, but he doesn't have a lot of interest in ruling. He really loves to eat, so it's no surprise he's a heavyweight fighter. Despite his size and low speed, he can easily recover with his five jumps. His Jet Hammer will leave a mark on everyone he meets.

Being a self-proclaimed king, Dedede clearly doesn't care too much about the whole "politics" thing. He's just a bit greedy. In this game, his weight and hefty hammer make him slow, but he can still jump four times in mid-air anyway, making it easy for him to get back to the stage. Fully charge his Jet Hammer for ultimate destruction. Game Boy: Kirby's Dream Land (08/1992)

3DS: Kirby: Triple Deluxe (05/2014)

The American 3DS trophy says that Dedede can jump 4 times but the American Wii U trophy claims 5 times. Counting the grounded jump the number would be 5, but counting only jumps in the air it would be 4. This ambiguity is absent in the European trophies as they specify "jump four times in mid-air".
Both 3DS: For the Gordo Throw side special, King Dedede sends a Gordo bouncing with a hammer strike. It bounces off walls—or sometimes gets stuck in them. After a while it'll disappear. If an enemy hits one, it'll bounce back toward you. Use the special again to whack it back at them!

Wii U: For the Gordo Throw side special, King Dedede sends a Gordo bouncing with a hammer strike. It bounces off walls—or sometimes gets stuck in them. After a while it'll disappear. If an enemy hits the Gordo, it'll bounce back toward you. Use the special again to whack it back at them!

For the Gordo Throw side special, King Dedede hits a Gordo with his hammer, sending it bouncing along the stage. It'll bounce off walls, or sometimes get stuck in them. Then, after a while, it'll disappear. If an enemy hits the Gordo with an attack, it'll fly back towards you. Use the special again to whack it back at them! Game Boy: Kirby's Dream Land (08/1992)

3DS: Kirby: Triple Deluxe (05/2014)

Both Collect parts A, B, and C to assemble the legendary Air Ride machine known as the Dragoon. Take careful aim, and then ride it toward your target. A hit will send enemies flying out of the battle. Taking damage before you've collected all the parts can knock them from your grasp, however. Collect parts A, B and C to assemble the legendary Air Ride machine Dragoon, which you can use to fly into an opponent. Aim well and they'll be long gone. If you're the one being aimed at, though, get out of the way, stat! By the way, if another player has one of the parts, attack them to steal it! GameCube: Kirby Air Ride (Flag of NA.svg10/2003 Flag of Europe.svg02/2004)
Both A tomato marked with a large, black M. This is Kirby's favorite snack, and in the past it has fully restored Kirby's health. The ones that show up in Smash Bros. aren't from the same crop, though, and only heal 50 points of damage. That'll still help you in a fight—unless an enemy eats it first. A big, juicy tomato with the letter M on it. In the Kirby series, it's Kirby's favourite treat, and it heals damage completely. Sadly, in this game, it only takes 50 off your damage, but it's still a hot item among badly hurt players...and players who just want to stop others from getting it! Game Boy: Kirby's Dream Land (08/1992)

SNES: Flag of NA.svgKirby Super Star (08/1996) Flag of Europe.svgKirby's Fun Pak (01/1997)

Both 3DS: A magical transportation device that Kirby has used in the past to get around. Jumping on the Warp Star will send the character high into the sky and then crashing back down to the battlefield. Anyone caught in the path or landing spot will be sent flying, and the rider can aim a bit to the left or right in the air.

Wii U: A magical transportation device that Kirby uses to get around during his adventures. In Smash Bros., jumping on one will send you high into the sky and then crashing back down to the battlefield. Anyone caught in its path or landing spot will be sent flying, and the rider can even aim it a bit!

In the Kirby series, Warp Stars carry Kirby from one spot in a stage to another. In this game, pick it up to shoot high into the air and then slam back down to bowl over your opponents. You can control where you land by shifting left or right while in the air, but it takes some practice! Game Boy: Kirby's Dream Land (08/1992)

SNES: Flag of NA.svgKirby Super Star (08/1996) Flag of Europe.svgKirby's Fun Pak (01/1997)

Both Hope you're a fan of spicy food, because this curry will set your mouth on fire! I'm not kidding—whoever eats this will actually shoot balls of fire from his or her mouth, hurting those who get too close. Water doesn't help with spiciness, so this works underwater too! Too bad there's no milk weapon... You think you know spicy curries? Think again! One taste of this one and your mouth will literally be on fire. Not even diving into water will help! Your opponents might laugh, but they'll soon stop when you start breathing fire in their direction, now won't they? Game Boy: Kirby's Dream Land (08/1992)
Both Swung normally, this item will deal a regular physical attack. But if you charge up the blow, it becomes a magic wand that launches stars! The Star Rod is the source of power for the Fountain of Dreams in Kirby's Adventure. Using the rod, Kirby was able to defeat Nightmare. Attack normally and you may as well just be swinging any old stick around, but if you deliver a hefty blow with it, this magic wand will launch a shooting star! The Star Rod powers the Fountain of Dreams, and Kirby once used it to defeat the evil Nightmare when he appeared from the fountain in Kirby's Adventure. NES: Kirby's Adventure (Flag of NA.svg05/1993 Flag of Europe.svg12/1993)

Game Boy Advance: Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land (Flag of NA.svg12/2002 Flag of Europe.svg09/2003)

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Nightmare
Nightmare (Kirby)(Flag of Europe.svg Wii U)
Both This ball of nightmares came from the Fountain of Dreams, taking nightmares to all of Dream Land. King Dedede sealed it away by shattering the Star Rod, but it was revived when the Star Rod was restored by Kirby. In Smash Bros., it hides the stage and the fighters in pure darkness. This terrible being came from the Fountain of Dreams, bringing bad dreams to all of Dream Land. King Dedede sealed him away by shattering the Star Rod, but when Kirby restored it, Nightmare was able to come back. In this game, he shrouds the stage in darkness, making it impossible for the fighters to see. NES: Kirby's Adventure (Flag of NA.svg05/1993 Flag of Europe.svg12/1993)

Game Boy Advance: Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land (Flag of NA.svg12/2002 Flag of Europe.svg09/2003)

Both A martial-arts master, Knuckle Joe can be inhaled by Kirby and his Fighter ability copied. If you summon him, he'll leap toward the enemy nearest you and unleash his powerful Vulcan Jab attack. He'll then finish off his target with a devastating Smash Punch or Rising Break. When Kirby copies this expert in all martial arts, he becomes a pro at hand-to-hand combat. Release Knuckle Joe in this game, and he'll jump towards the enemy nearest to you and unleash his mighty Vulcan Jab, then finish them off with a devastating Smash Punch or Rising Break! SNES: Flag of NA.svgKirby Super Star (08/1996) Flag of Europe.svgKirby's Fun Pak (01/1997)

Wii: Flag of NA.svgKirby's Return to Dream Land (10/2011) Flag of Europe.svgKirby's Adventure Wii (11/2011)

Both 3DS: This zippy character appears in the Kirby series. In Smash Bros., he'll appear in Smash Run to try to steal your stat boosts from you. How much he steals depends on how much you've improved your stats. If you can catch him, you can get back whatever he stole. Don't give up!

Wii U: This speedy little guy is from the Kirby series. In those games, he steals the ability Kirby's using and bolts. If you want it back, you have to chase him down and take it. In Smash Tour, they'll randomly appear on the board. You'll be rewarded with multiple stat boosts if you're quick enough to catch one!

3DS: This speedy little guy appears in the Kirby series. In this game, he'll speed up to you, steal your stat boosts, then flee. How much he'll steal depends on your stats. He's hard to catch, but if you take him out, you can get your stat boosts back, so you'd better chase after him!

Wii U: This speedy little guy is from the Kirby series. In those games, he steals the ability Kirby's in the middle of using and bolts. If you want it back, you have to chase him down and take it. In Smash Tour, Tacs appear randomly on the board, and you'll be rewarded with multiple stat boosts if you're quick enough to catch one!

SNES: Flag of NA.svgKirby Super Star (08/1996) Flag of Europe.svgKirby's Fun Pak (01/1997)

DS: Kirby Super Star Ultra (Flag of NA.svg09/2008 Flag of Europe.svg09/2009)

3DS These pink, winged enemies come from the Kirby series. In Smash Run, there are three different types floating around: one that flees when a fighter approaches, one that flies sideways, and one that chases fighters. Their spinning attack is weak, but it can cause knock-back if it lands repeatedly. These pink, winged enemies are all over the place in the Kirby series. In Smash Run, there are three different types of Bronto Burt, including one that relentlessly chases after you. Their spinning attack might not deal much damage, but there's a danger you could get launched if it hits you repeatedly, so be careful! N/A
3DS These cannons from the Kirby series could track Kirby and fire at him. In Smash Bros., there are two different kinds: ones that fire in a set direction and ones that will track and fire at a fighter. Don't waste time attacking these guys, though—it's impossible to defeat them. Not all of these cannons from the Kirby series are stuck to the ground – some float in with parasols, and some can even move on their own! In Smash Run, some fire in a fixed direction, while others will aim at you. They're invincible, but they also can't shoot through each other. Keep that in mind when you come across them! N/A
3DS These little guys from the Kirby series look like metal balls with eyes and eight sharp spikes. They can't be defeated, so don't waste your time. Instead, try pushing your enemies onto them! Watch for two different kinds: one moves along a set path, and the other stubbornly sits in place. These little guys from the Kirby series look like metal balls with eyes and eight sharp spikes. They can't be defeated, so don't waste your time. Instead, try pushing your enemies onto them! Look for the two different types: the ones that follow a set route and the ones that refuse to move. N/A
3DS Two big eyelashes for one big eye? You're describing this beam-firing enemy from the Kirby series. This enemy may hop toward a fighter it spots and unleash an energy attack. The attack itself has a short range, but it can happen repeatedly and can stun. Unlike Waddle Dees, these guys will fight! These one-eyed, two-haired guys from the Kirby series are hungry for battle. When one spots you, it'll close in slowly with the occasional hop. Then it'll attack with its Beam Whip, which doesn't really have a lot of range, but can shock and hit you repeatedly. Ahhh... If only they were more like Waddle Dees... N/A
3DS This citizen of Dream Land falls gracefully from the sky clutching a parasol. Waddle Dee itself is fairly harmless, but the parasol can deflect almost anything. Don't hurt yourself accidentally! Also, be careful if one releases its parasol—that floating umbrella can really sting! These little chaps from the Kirby series are really peaceful. In Smash Run, they use their parasols to float gently down to the ground. Their parasols will deflect almost anything, so you can use them as a trampoline, if you like! If a Waddle Dee lets go of its parasol, though, be careful – floating umbrellas are dangerous things! N/A
3DS Bonkers looks quite a lot like a gorilla and swings a giant hammer with huge launch potential. If he hits you with his own Hammer Flip attack, it's an instant KO. If that isn't bad enough, he also throws exploding coconuts. Bonkers is seriously out to ruin your day. Bonkers looks quite a lot like a gorilla, and swings a giant hammer with huge launch potential. If he hits you with his own Hammer Flip attack, it's an instant KO, so be careful and make good use of dodging! If that wasn't bad enough, he also throws exploding coconuts. Yes, Bonkers is really out to ruin your day. N/A
3DS This glowing enemy from the Kirby series uses plasma to attack. In Smash Bros. it'll float up to a fighter and then fire off energy attacks. There are three different levels to its attack. Level-two attacks can stun you, while level-three attacks do more damage. Keep your eyes peeled for those attacks! This glowing enemy from the Kirby series uses plasma to attack. In this game, it'll float up to a fighter and then fire off energy attacks. There are three different levels to its attack. Level two attacks can stun you, and at level three they do a lot of damage, so keep your eyes peeled for those attacks! N/A
3DS If you think a bit of mystery is the spice of life, you'll be disappointed here. If it looks like a bomb and explodes like a bomb...it's a bomb! A cute bomb, though, I admit. If he falls or bumps into something, he'll explode. With the right timing, you can throw him at enemies and do loads of damage! If you think a bit of mystery is the spice of life, you'll be disappointed here. This guy looks like a bomb and explodes like a bomb because...he IS a bomb. Most bombs don't bumble around so cutely, though. If he falls or bumps into something, he'll explode. But if your timing's good, you can throw him at enemies and do loads of damage! N/A
3DS Pop quiz! What do cars have four of, bikes have two of, and this enemy would blend right in with? That's right! Tires! Your prize is...more info! Wheelie likes to charge ahead, and Kirby can ride on top when he's a helper. If Kirby inhales him, he can even turn into a tire! The most memorable characteristic of Wheelies is their tendency to speed right into Kirby. If Kirby inhales one, he can turn into a tyre too! Sometimes, though, they find it in their hearts to help Kirby out by adding handlebars and a seat to their frames to become Wheelie Bikes that Kirby can ride! Nice! N/A
3DS This enemy is a huge wrestling fan—he'll do his best to try out some wrestling moves on his enemies. If Kirby manages to avoid his attacks and swallow him, Kirby can bust out some wrestling moves too. Bugzzy can also release ladybugs to attack, but I think that's against wrestling rules... This enemy is really into wrestling. In fact, he's just dying to give Kirby a hands-on demonstration of his suplex skills. Sometimes he releases ladybirds in battle, but...surely that sort of thing's against the rules in wrestling. If Kirby manages to inhale this hostile beastie, he'll be able to pull off some nifty wrestling moves, too! N/A
3DS What does the aurora borealis have in common with lightning? Plasma! And what does Plasma Kirby have in common with them? Hrm. Maybe that was too easy... Anyway, Plasma Kirby can build up plasma using the +Control Pad and fire it with the B Button. You can look up more about plasma if you want, but firing plasma is what's important here. In the Kirby series, Plasma Kirby is Kirby, but with the ability to fire plasma, and mashing the +Control Pad charges him up! "But what exactly is plasma?" you ask. Well, that's a very good question. Maybe you should look it up yourself. Can't be giving you all the answers, you know. N/A
3DS This giant cannon is the main weapon of the Battleship Halberd. Any invader will think twice when cannonballs and laser beams are brought to bear. You'll have to be really careful around these weapons, since even the platforms underfoot will try to lift you into the path of the beam. Watch out! This is the main weapon of the Battleship Halberd. Anyone planning to attack it will think twice when they see the cannonballs and laser beams it fires. If Kirby wants to get past this thing safely, he'll have to stay light on his feet. Even the platforms he walks on are out to get him – they'll try to lift him up into the beam! Watch out, Kirby! N/A
3DS Kirby's rival, the masked warrior Meta Knight, constructed this ship to conquer Dream Land. Just in case you forget who owns it, the ship's bow is designed to look like his mask. How is a small guy like Kirby supposed to defeat a battleship?! Maybe he'll find a way inside... Kirby's rival, the masked swordsman Meta Knight, built this airship to take over Dream Land. Just so you don't forget who owns it, the ship's bow was designed to look like his mask. How's a little guy like Kirby supposed to take on such a giant battleship?! Guess he'll just have to find a way inside... N/A
Wii U For Kirby's Final Smash, he swings a sword that's waaay bigger than he is. If the first swing hits, he'll keep going with a combo of lightning-fast slices, dealing tons of damage. For the last swing, the sword grows even larger and launches any victims. Make sure that first swing hits, though, or nothing else will happen! For Kirby's Final Smash, he swings around a sword that's waaay bigger than he is. If the first swing hits, he'll keep going with a combo of lightning-fast slices, dealing tons of damage. For the last swing, the sword grows even larger and launches its target. It's great, so make sure that first swing hits, or none of the rest will happen! N/A
Wii U Meta Knight swings his cape to ensnare foes. Darkness falls, enveloping them in an empty void, and then a giant sword slash cleaves the blackness. If the cape doesn't capture anyone, this Final Smash will fail. It has more range than you might think, though, and you only have to catch one foe to deal damage to everyone! Meta Knight swings his cape to ensnare foes. Darkness falls, enveloping them in an empty void, and then a giant sword slash cleaves the blackness. If the cape doesn't capture anyone, the Final Smash will fail. It has more range than you might think, though, and as long as it catches at least one foe, everyone will take damage! N/A
Wii U For Dedede's Final Smash, he takes a deep breath, pulling his foes toward him. Once he's gotten them right where he wants them, he'll unleash blows from his giant burning hammer. Topping things off is an explosive from the end of the hammer, sending enemies flying. Could this be worse for his foes? Yes! He's invincible the whole time too! For Dedede's Final Smash, he inhales fiercely to pull foes towards him. Once he's got them right where he wants them, he thrashes them with a giant burning hammer. Then, to top it off, he fires an explosive from his hammer, sending them blasting off. Could it get any worse? Well... yes – Dedede's invincible the entire time. N/A
Wii U This enemy looks rather like a mushroom...until Kirby tries to inhale him, that is—then his cap comes off and reveals the true form he's so cunningly been concealing. It might not be much of a surprise these days, though—Cappy's been around since the very first Kirby game. He's more like an old friend than an enemy at this point. This enemy looks rather like a mushroom...until Kirby tries to inhale him, that is, and his cap comes off and reveals the true form he's so cunningly been concealing. It might not be much of a surprise these days, though – Cappy's been around since the very first Kirby game. He's more like an old friend than an enemy at this point. Game Boy: Kirby's Dream Land (08/1992)

NES: Kirby's Adventure (Flag of NA.svg05/1993 Flag of Europe.svg12/1993)

Wii U Sometimes riding on Grizzos, other times balancing on apples or Maxim Tomatoes, this little clown clearly has some skills. Unfortunately, his job isn't to make people laugh—it's to get in Kirby's way. As you might expect from the "Jr." in his name, there's also a Poppy Bros. Sr., and he's a slightly bigger nuisance. Sometimes riding on Grizzos, other times balancing on apples or Maxim Tomatoes, this little clown clearly has some skills. Unfortunately, his job isn't to make people laugh – it's to get in Kirby's way. As you might expect from the "Jr." in his name, there's also a Poppy Bros. Sr., and he's a slightly bigger nuisance. Game Boy: Kirby's Dream Land (08/1992)

NES: Kirby's Adventure (Flag of NA.svg05/1993 Flag of Europe.svg12/1993)

Wii U Whispy Woods lives deep in the forest, waiting patiently for Kirby to stop by so he can share his delicious apples with the pink hero... That's not true at all, actually. Instead, he drops apples on Kirby, trying to cause him injury. He may look friendly, but remember what they say: don't judge a tree by its bark. In the heart of a beautiful green forest, Whispy Woods is waiting to give Kirby some juicy red apples. Isn't that nice? Well...not really, since he drops them on Kirby's head like bombs. If that wasn't bad enough, he'll also suck up the pink puffball and blast him with air. Note to self: be more wary of trees with faces. Game Boy: Kirby's Dream Land (08/1992)

Wii: Flag of NA.svgKirby's Return to Dream Land (10/2011) Flag of Europe.svgKirby's Adventure Wii (11/2011)

Wii U This isn't an enemy at all. It's just an apple. Still, they're something to watch out for—Whispy Woods will try to hit you on the head with them. Some enemies like to roll around on them too. Apples come in two varieties—one gives you health, and the other you can throw. And, needless to say, Kirby's favorite food is... Oh, it's tomatoes. These aren't enemies at all. They're just apples. Still, they're something to watch out for – Whispy Woods will try to hit you on the head with them. Some enemies like to roll around on them too. Apples come in two varieties – one gives you health, and the other you can throw. And, needless to say, Kirby's favourite food is... Oh, it's tomatoes. Game Boy: Kirby's Dream Land (08/1992)

Wii: Flag of NA.svgKirby's Return to Dream Land (10/2011) Flag of Europe.svgKirby's Adventure Wii (11/2011)

Wii U Broom Hatter is an apprentice witch with the hat to match. She uses her trademark broom to fly through the—Wait. No, she just sweeps the floor with it. Maybe she's just a bit of a clean freak. Or maybe she hasn't learned to fly yet. After all, she's only an apprentice. Except...in Kirby Air Ride, she DOES fly, so there goes that theory... Broom Hatter is an apprentice witch with the hat to match. She uses her trademark broom to fly through the- Wait, no, she just sweeps the floor with it. Maybe she's just a bit of a clean-freak. Or maybe she hasn't learnt to fly yet – after all, she's only an apprentice. Except...in Kirby Air Ride, she DOES fly, so there goes that theory... Game Boy: Kirby's Dream Land (08/1992)

GameCube: Kirby Air Ride (Flag of NA.svg10/2003 Flag of Europe.svg02/2004)

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. 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. Game Boy: Kirby's Dream Land (08/1992)

NES: Kirby's Adventure (Flag of NA.svg05/1993 Flag of Europe.svg12/1993)

Wii U Wearing a suit of armor that looks like a helmet (or is it a helmet that looks like a suit of armor?), little, round Sir Kibble doesn't seem all that different from Kirby in stature. But if you peer under his visor hoping to catch a glimpse of a pair of cute little eyes, you might be unnerved to find nothing but a dark void... Wearing a suit of armour that looks like a helmet (or is it a helmet that looks like a suit of armour?), little round Sir Kibble doesn't seem all that different from Kirby in stature. But if you peer under his visor, hoping to catch a glimpse of a pair of cute little eyes, you might be unnerved to find nothing but an empty blackness... Game Boy: Kirby's Dream Land (08/1992)

DS: Kirby Super Star Ultra (Flag of NA.svg09/2008 Flag of Europe.svg09/2009)

Wii U That green cap sure does make Kirby look heroic, doesn't it? Maybe wearing it just inspires Kirby, but while he's wearing it, he gets all kinds of neat moves, like Spin Slash, Multisword Attack, and Sword Dive. He's even able to pull off these moves in the air, on the ground, or underwater! Kirby looks like a pretty courageous hero in that green cap, doesn't he? Indeed, this Kirby is a master of sword-swishing, fending off enemies with the powerful Spin Slash, the rapid Multisword Attack and the stylish Sword Dive. If that wasn't impressive enough, he can also use these moves on land, in mid-air AND underwater. Beautiful! NES: Kirby's Adventure (Flag of NA.svg05/1993 Flag of Europe.svg12/1993)

3DS: Kirby: Triple Deluxe (05/2014)

Wii U Waddle Doo can fire beams from his eye. Does that make you green with envy? Then inhale him and copy that ability! You'll then be able to shoot beams from a wand, and the attack can even be charged up for greater effectiveness. You can also use a beam to push switches or to grab and toss your foes. Ever felt jealous of a Waddle Doo's ability to fire beams from its eye? Well, if you're Kirby, there's really no need – swallow one and you, too, can swing energy beams to your heart's content! Charge them up to plough through multiple enemies at once, use them to grab and throw enemies, and even press switches through walls! Yeah! NES: Kirby's Adventure (Flag of NA.svg05/1993 Flag of Europe.svg12/1993)

SNES: Flag of NA.svgKirby Super Star (08/1996) Flag of Europe.svgKirby's Fun Pak (01/1997)

Wii U When Kirby first copied the Fire ability, he was only able to breathe fire. Nowadays, he can do all sorts of neat things! For example, he can engulf himself in flames and roll forward, burning grass, lighting fuses, melting ice, and so on. What we'd really like him to do, though, is help us make the perfect s'more. Mmmmm. Once upon a time, all Fire Kirby could do was shoot flames from his mouth, but he's come a long way since then. Now he can roll along the ground as a blazing fireball, burn up grass, light fuses, melt ice and so on. That's great and all, but what we really want to know is...can he help us get a barbecue going? NES: Kirby's Adventure (Flag of NA.svg05/1993 Flag of Europe.svg12/1993)

SNES: Flag of NA.svgKirby Super Star (08/1996) Flag of Europe.svgKirby's Fun Pak (01/1997)

Wii U The perfect ability to copy in the summer—Kirby gains freezing breath when he copies the Ice ability. Enemies frozen by his arctic blasts can be launched at other foes too. Perfect for a tough fight or when you need some ice for your iced coffee. Kirby isn't busy saving Dream Land or anything... When Kirby has the Ice ability, he can blast enemies with glacial gales to freeze them. He can then kick them into other enemies to take them all out at once! It's the perfect ability for a tough fight...or for when you need some ice to keep a glass of fruit juice nicely chilled. Not everything has to be about saving Dream Land, you know! NES: Kirby's Adventure (Flag of NA.svg05/1993 Flag of Europe.svg12/1993)

SNES: Flag of NA.svgKirby Super Star (08/1996) Flag of Europe.svgKirby's Fun Pak (01/1997)

Wii U Kirby normally looks as tasty as a big ol' marshmallow, but he's significantly less appetizing when he's copied the Needle ability. Those pokey spikes won't add any flavor at all. With this ability, Kirby can bash into enemies or launch the spikes at them. A great, easy-to-use ability! Kirby's soft, fluffy and just...so huggable! Except when he's got the Needle ability, that is – then it's like there's a hug-free zone all around him. Being covered in spikes comes in handy, though, for rolling into enemies, and even shooting at them! However, whether that really makes up for his loss of huggableness is hard to say... NES: Kirby's Adventure (Flag of NA.svg05/1993 Flag of Europe.svg12/1993)

3DS: Kirby: Triple Deluxe (05/2014)

Wii U Who needs hats when you can have an actual tornado coming out of your head? That's our Kirby—always the trendsetter. And with the Tornado ability, he can go one step further, turning his whole body into a cyclone to go on a wild rampage. His rapid spinning isn't exactly easy to control, but that's all part of the fun! Who needs hats when you can have an actual tornado coming out of your head? That's our Kirby – always the trendsetter. And with the Tornado ability, he can go one step further and turn his whole body into a cyclone to go on a wild rampage. His rapid spinning isn't exactly easy to control, but that's all part of the fun! NES: Kirby's Adventure (Flag of NA.svg05/1993 Flag of Europe.svg12/1993)

Wii: Flag of NA.svgKirby's Return to Dream Land (10/2011) Flag of Europe.svgKirby's Adventure Wii (11/2011)

Wii U Curious what Kirby's singing voice sounds like? Then track down and inhale Mr. Tick-Tock or a Walky! Kirby can copy the Mike ability and then use a mike or megaphone to really let 'er rip. Sometimes he sounds as cute as he looks, but he can also hit those low notes when he wants to rock. Kirby isn't much of a talker, but if you ever do want to hear his voice, here's a simple solution: swallow a Walky or Mr. Tick-Tock, and you'll be rewarded with an ability called Mike! Watch in awe as Kirby pulls out a microphone (or a megaphone) and shakes your soul with his dulcet tones. For some reason, his enemies can't stand the sound! NES: Kirby's Adventure (Flag of NA.svg05/1993 Flag of Europe.svg12/1993)

Wii: Flag of NA.svgKirby's Return to Dream Land (10/2011) Flag of Europe.svgKirby's Adventure Wii (11/2011)

Wii U You don't get to see sleeping heroes very often. They're so busy rescuing princesses or saving the world, they just don't have time for a little nap. Not so with Kirby! The moment he inhales the snooze-prone enemy Noddy, he pops on his sleeping cap and dozes right off. Ah, Kirby, what dreams might you be having today? You don't get to see sleeping heroes very often. They're so busy rescuing princesses or saving the world, they just don't have any time for a little kip. But not our Kirby! The moment he inhales the snooze-prone enemy Noddy, he pops on his sleeping cap and dozes right off. Ah, Kirby, what dreams might you be having today? NES: Kirby's Adventure (Flag of NA.svg05/1993 Flag of Europe.svg12/1993)

SNES: Flag of NA.svgKirby Super Star (08/1996) Flag of Europe.svgKirby's Fun Pak (01/1997)

Wii U This enemy from Dream Land strikes out with his sword. There's an old saying that you should keep your friends close and your enemies closer—and there's nothing closer than inhaling an enemy! Once Kirby has copied the Sword ability, he can summon Blade Knight as a Helper! A knight enemy in Dream Land who often gets in Kirby's way. There's an old saying, though, that you should keep your friends close and your enemies closer. Well, nothing will get your enemies closer than inhaling them! And when Kirby copies the Sword ability in Kirby Super Star Ultra, he can summon Blade Knight as a Helper! NES: Kirby's Adventure (Flag of NA.svg05/1993 Flag of Europe.svg12/1993)

DS: Kirby Super Star Ultra (Flag of NA.svg09/2008 Flag of Europe.svg09/2009)

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Starman (Kirby)
Wii U Considering his name and that cape on his back, you'd be forgiven for thinking Starman is the hero. He isn't! That's Kirby's job. Starman is just another enemy to be swallowed. Still, he seems to have the courage of a hero, showing no fear when Kirby arrives on the scene and sometimes even jumping right at him! Considering his name, and that cape on his back, you'd be forgiven for thinking that Starman is the hero. But he's not. That's Kirby. Starman is just another enemy to be swallowed. Still, he seems to have the courage of a hero, showing no fear when Kirby arrives on the scene, and sometimes even jumping right at him! NES: Kirby's Adventure (Flag of NA.svg05/1993 Flag of Europe.svg12/1993)

Wii: Flag of NA.svgKirby's Return to Dream Land (10/2011) Flag of Europe.svgKirby's Adventure Wii (11/2011)

Wii U Walky is really just a microphone...that can walk. He's a retro sort of microphone that would look at home in a radio studio. His musical notes are more harmful than tuneful, so be sure to stay out of their way! If you manage to inhale Walky, you'll get the Mike ability, letting you destroy nearby enemies with just the power of your voice! Walky is really just a microphone...that can walk. He's a retro sort of microphone that would look at home in a radio studio. His musical notes are more harmful than tuneful, so be sure to stay out of their way! If you manage to inhale Walky, you'll get the Mike ability, letting you destroy enemies all around with just the power of your voice! NES: Kirby's Adventure (Flag of NA.svg05/1993 Flag of Europe.svg12/1993)

SNES: Flag of NA.svgKirby Super Star (08/1996) Flag of Europe.svgKirby's Fun Pak (01/1997)

Wii U When he copies the Bomb ability, Kirby gets to don a stylish hat just like Poppy Bros. Jr. The hat's appearance varies a little from game to game, but the ability itself is always pretty much the same: pull out a bomb, throw it, BOOM! Careful, though—if you hang on to the bomb for too long, you'll go BOOM yourself! When he copies the Bomb ability, Kirby gets to don a stylish hat just like Poppy Bros. Jr. The hat's appearance varies a little from game to game, but the ability itself is always pretty much the same: pull out a bomb, throw it, BOOM! Careful, though – if you hang on to the bomb for too long, you'll go BOOM yourself! SNES: Flag of NA.svgKirby Super Star (08/1996) Flag of Europe.svgKirby's Fun Pak (01/1997)

3DS: Kirby: Triple Deluxe (05/2014)

Wii U "Show me your moves!" Wait—that's not Kirby's line! Regardless, he's really fired up and ready to become a fighting machine with that red headband. He knows the basics, like kicking and tossing, but he can also muster his fighting spirit to blast distant foes. With his red headband and fierce attitude, Fighter Kirby is ready to take on anything. Like a real martial artist, he can kick and throw his foes into submission. And like a...not-so-real martial artist, he can fire his fighting spirit as an energy blast to hit faraway enemies. The only weapon this Kirby needs is his burning heart! SNES: Flag of NA.svgKirby Super Star (08/1996) Flag of Europe.svgKirby's Fun Pak (01/1997)

Wii: Flag of NA.svgKirby's Return to Dream Land (10/2011) Flag of Europe.svgKirby's Adventure Wii (11/2011)

Wii U Kirby doesn't need to copy abilities to bop through the air, but actually having wings gives his aerial skills a definite boost. They even let him use some extra attacks, like the acrobatic Shuttle Loop and the mighty Condor Head. He can also fire at foes with his Feather Gun! Thought Kirby was just a squishy puffball? Surprise! Kirby doesn't need to copy abilities to bop through the air, but actually having wings gives his aerial skills a definite boost. They even let him use some extra attacks, like the acrobatic Shuttle Loop and the mighty Condor Head. He can also fire at foes with his Feather Gun! Thought Kirby was just a squishy puffball? Think again! SNES: Flag of NA.svgKirby Super Star (08/1996) Flag of Europe.svgKirby's Fun Pak (01/1997)

Wii: Flag of NA.svgKirby's Return to Dream Land (10/2011) Flag of Europe.svgKirby's Adventure Wii (11/2011)

Wii U Making his debut in Kirby's Return to Dream Land, the Moonja enemy looks about as ninja as you can get. If you copy its ability, Kirby can become a master of the ninja arts! With a variety of useful skills like Knife Throw and Blossom Storm, you might want to remain a ninja forever! Making its debut in Kirby's Adventure Wii, the Moonja enemy looks about as ninja as you can get. Swallow one, and Kirby will become a master of ninja arts too! Knife Throw, Wall Cling, Smoke Screen and Blossom Storm – with such a variety of useful skills, you might never want to let this Copy Ability go! SNES: Flag of NA.svgKirby Super Star (08/1996) Flag of Europe.svgKirby's Fun Pak (01/1997)

Wii: Flag of NA.svgKirby's Return to Dream Land (10/2011) Flag of Europe.svgKirby's Adventure Wii (11/2011)

Wii U With a theme song called "The Greatest Warrior in the Galaxy," you know this guy is serious business. Meta Knight does battle with him in Kirby Super Star Ultra. Also, he shows up in Kirby's Return to Dream Land, where he is the 13th boss you'll face in The True Arena. With a theme song called "The Greatest Warrior In The Galaxy", Galacta Knight is not a foe to be taken lightly. Meta Knight challenges him to a duel in Kirby Super Star Ultra, and Kirby can face him in the True Arena of Kirby's Adventure Wii. In both cases, he's the formidable fighter you'd expect him to be. DS: Kirby Super Star Ultra (Flag of NA.svg09/2008 Flag of Europe.svg09/2009)

Wii: Flag of NA.svgKirby's Return to Dream Land (10/2011) Flag of Europe.svgKirby's Adventure Wii (11/2011)

Wii U One day, a huge hole opened in the sky and the Lor Starcutter crashed down to Dream Land. Magolor, the captain of the ship, wasn't injured in the crash, but the ship lost several important parts. Kirby and his friends help recover the pieces, and Magolor guides them to Halcandra. Everything seems to be going well... One day, a rift appeared in the sky above Dream Land, and the Lor Starcutter came crashing through it. The captain, Magolor, was safe, but his ship's pieces got blasted far and wide. Kirby and friends help him put them back together, and to thank them, Magolor takes them on a trip to Halcandra. A lovely story! If only it ended there... Wii: Flag of NA.svgKirby's Return to Dream Land (10/2011) Flag of Europe.svgKirby's Adventure Wii (11/2011)
Wii U The Lor Starcutter is a ship that sails across the universe. The ship’s parts, scattered all across Dream Land following its crash landing, were all collected with the help of Kirby and the gang. Some of the parts, like the emblem, mast, oars, and wings, serve as more than just ship parts. You'll find out why later. A spacefaring vessel that travels among the stars. Though its parts got scattered all across Dream Land, they were safely reassembled thanks to Kirby and friends. It's actually more powerful than it looks – the emblem fires star-shaped projectiles, the mast can create tornadoes, and even its oars and wings can be fired as weapons. Wii: Flag of NA.svgKirby's Return to Dream Land (10/2011) Flag of Europe.svgKirby's Adventure Wii (11/2011) The American English trophy is one of 3 trophies in the entire Smash series to use a right single quotation mark (’), being used as an apostrophe (') in "ship’s parts".