Western Outer Wall

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Western Outer Wall
KSA Western Outer Wall entry.jpg
Western Outer Wall on the world map.
Details
Level Fortress of Shadows - Jambastion
Big Switch? Yes (Sector B)
Friend Action(s) No
Mid-Boss(es) Vividria
Theme music


"To The Land Where Grass Doesn't Grow"


Clip of the music that plays in Western Outer Wall

Stage order
Longview Corridor Inner Sanctum
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Western Outer Wall is the fourth stage of Fortress of Shadows - Jambastion in Kirby Star Allies. This stage involves lots of open spaces, moving floors, and crushing hazards. Pressing the Big Switch in this stage unlocks Sector B. Completing this stage unlocks Inner Sanctum.

Overview[edit]

The stage begins at the base of several moving floors leading upward, with enemies and spikes on several of them.

From there, Kirby and his friends will need to scale some ladder hanging precariously over a bottomless pit. The door at the top requires two allies to open.

The next path is a split one, on two different conveyors. The path continues to scroll until eventually joining up at the end.

In the last area, Kirby and his allies will need to blast along cannon paths to reach the top, while avoiding getting crushed by the moving apparatus.

Rare Picture Piece Guide[edit]

The piece is uncovered on the split path.

During the split conveyor section, one of the switches when pressed causes this picture piece to appear.

Big Switch Guide[edit]

Kirby makes the leap.

Along the hanging ladders, there are two round-trip doors to be accessed. The first involves a Mid-Boss fight with Vividria. From there, Kirby needs to use the Artist power to paint a canvas in front of this door to get a Key. This key opens the way to the second door, where Kirby will need to jump down using another Key to get to this switch.

Enemies, Bosses, and Abilities[edit]

Regular Enemies Bosses & Mid-Bosses

Abilities Friend Actions

  • None.

Gallery[edit]

Side areas[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
German Westlicher Wall Western Wall