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Vegetable Valley

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Vegetable Valley

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A portion of the opening cutscene for Vegetable Valley.
Details
Boss Whispy Woods
Museum Sword
Minigame(s) Kirby's Adventure

Crane Fever Lvl. 1
Crane Fever Lvl. 3 (Extra Game)
Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land
Bomb Rally Lvl. 1
Bomb Rally Lvl. 3 (Extra Game)

Secret Switches No
Theme music

Excerpts of the Vegetable Valley stage theme.

Level order
First level Ice Cream Island
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Vegetable Valley is the first level of Kirby's Adventure and subsequently its remake, Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land. This level contains five primary stages, the least of any level in the game. There are also no Big Switches to be found in this level, a trait shared with Ice Cream Island. The boss of this level is Whispy Woods and the museum Copy Ability is the Sword ability. The Sub-Game of Crane Fever can be played in this level in Kirby's Adventure, and Bomb Rally can be played in Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land.

Intro cutscene[edit]

Before entering the hub for the first time, a brief cutscene plays adorned in a violet frame with the level's name overhead in the scene. In Kirby's Adventure, Kirby and a Blade Knight are dueling atop a wooden walkway in the forest using swords. After a brief back-and-forth, the Blade Knight throws a quick swipe which knocks Kirby's sword out of his hand as he recoils, while the sword lands on and impales the Kirby's Adventure logo on the bottom-right corner. The Blade Knight then steps forward as an anxious Kirby falls back to the edge of the platform. Cornered, Kirby inhales, drawing the Blade Knight into his mouth. Kirby then swallows it and gains the Sword ability as the scene fades to white.

In Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land, the scene plays out slightly differently: it starts with Kirby backing up from an approaching Blade Knight. Before he falls off the platform, Kirby inhales the Blade Knight into his mouth to acquire the Sword ability before the scene fades to white.

Overview[edit]

Being the first level, Vegetable Valley is a light affair, consisting of only four relatively easy and short stages for Kirby to move through before facing Whispy Woods in Stage 5. The stages take Kirby through mild grasslands, shallow caves, a few pools, a few more rugged steppes, and then a deep forest area. Hazards such as bottomless pits and spikes are present, but not particularly common, and easily avoided. Enemies are also generally sparse and do not move very quickly.

Hub[edit]

The level hub for Vegetable Valley opens up linearly to the right as stages are cleared. Once Stage 1 is complete, access to the sub-game is granted, and access to the museum is granted after completing Stage 3.

The hub itself eventually opens up to reveal an open plains backdrop with small hills in the center bordered by large steep cliffs of grass on both sides.

Stages[edit]

Each stage is unlocked in succession after clearing the previous one. Clearing Stage 5 is necessary to move on to Ice Cream Island. For more information about a particular stage, click on the link to the stage's page in the table.

Stage Mid-Boss(es) Big Switch? Notes
No No This stage contains a hidden UFO room.
Poppy Bros. Sr. No This stage contains a HAL Room.
No No
Mr. Frosty No
No No Kirby fights the boss of this level, Whispy Woods.

Gallery[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese VEGETABLE VALLEY
ベジタブルバレー
Bejitaburu Barē
Vegetable Valley
French Val du Légume (Kirby's Adventure)
Vallée Légume (Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land)
Vegetable Valley
German Lololos Wäldchen (Kirby's Adventure)
Waldmeistertal (Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land)
Lololo's Grove
Woodruff Valley
Italian Valle Verdura Vegetable Valley
Korean 베지터블 밸리[1]
bejiteobeul baelli
Vegetable Valley
Latin American Spanish Valle Vegetal Vegetable Valley
European Spanish Valle Verdura Vegetable Valley


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