Waddle Doo

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Waddle Doo in Kirby: Right Back at Ya!
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Debut Game Kirby's Dream Land
Latest Game Kirby: Star Allies
Other Game(s) Kirby's Adventure, Kirby's Avalanche, Kirby Super Star, Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards, Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land, Kirby Air Ride, Kirby & the Amazing Mirror, Kirby: Canvas Curse, Kirby: Squeak Squad, Kirby Super Star Ultra, Kirby's Epic Yarn, Kirby Mass Attack, Kirby's Return to Dream Land, Kirby: Triple Deluxe, Kirby: Planet Robobot
Copy Ability Beam
Similar Enemies Waddle Dee, King Doo
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Waddle Doo is an orange creature, similar to Waddle Dees, with a single large eye often found in the Kirby series games. The Waddle Doo serves as an enemy and sometimes, a companion of Kirby. It attacks primarily by firing a beam from its eye. Swallowing a Waddle Doo will typically yield Kirby the Beam ability, and if holding a parasol, it will yield Kirby the Parasol ability.

A Waddle Doo makes an appearance in the anime, as well, with the ability to speak.


Game Appearances

Kirby's Adventure

In Kirby's Adventure, Waddle Doos are semi-common enemies bearing the Beam ability. They reappear in Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land.

Kirby Super Star

Waddle Doo official artwork from Kirby Super Star.

In Kirby Super Star, Waddle Doos are rather common enemies that attack using their characteristic beam. Waddle Doos can also serve as Helpers (who are slightly lighter orange than standard Waddle Doos), created out of the Beam ability.

Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards

Waddle Doo does not appear as a regular enemy in Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards. Instead, it appears as the form Kirby's Waddle Dee friend takes when he is posessed by Dark Matter. Kirby fights Waddle Doo as a mid-boss in the game after a dramatic cut-scene showing the Waddle Dee being posessed, and, peculiarly enough, Waddle Doo does not fire beams from its eye in this iteration. It merely tries to body-slam Kirby.

Kirby's Epic Yarn

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Official artwork in Kirby's Epic Yarn.

In Kirby's Epic Yarn, yarn versions of Waddle Doos appear as a rather common enemy. Upon spotting Kirby, the yarn Waddle Doo will shoot a laser out of its button eye. It will adjust its hair after shooting the laser.

Kirby's Return to Dream Land

Waddle Doo returns as an enemy in this game, providing the Beam ability like before. It can also be found carrying a Parasol. A super variant known as Super Waddle Doo can also be found, which provides the Flare Beam Super Ability

A similar enemy, known as King Doo appears as a Mid-Boss.

Kirby: Triple Deluxe

Waddle Doo appears again in Kirby: Triple Deluxe, reprising its role from its previous appearance. One of the stage bosses, Kracko, will summon Waddle Doos to attack Kirby.

Super Smash Bros. series

Super Smash Bros. Brawl

Waddle Doos appear as a collectible trophy.

Trophy Information
Name Image Appears In Description
Waddle Doo WaddleDooBrawlTrophy.png GB Kirby's Dream Land
DS Kirby: Squeak Squad (NTSC), Kirby: Mouse Attack (PAL)
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.

Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS

Waddle Doos appear as an enemy in Smash Run, a mode made exclusively for Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS.

Trophy Description
Name Image NTSC-U Description PAL Description
Waddle Doo
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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-eyes, 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...

Trivia

  • It has been speculated that Waddle Doo (apart from the one in Kirby 64) is merely the result of a Waddle Dee that has been transmogrified by the boss Kracko, as both bear a similar single eye and fire beams from it.