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Wham Bam Jewel

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Wham Bam Jewel
KSSU Wham Bam Jewel Sprite.png
Wham Bam Jewel in Kirby Super Star Ultra.
First game Kirby Super Star Ultra (2008)
Copy Abilities Stone (dropped crystals), Bomb (bombs)
Similar to Wham Bam Rock, Wham Bam Gaia, Master Hand & Crazy Hand
Theme music

Clip of the music that plays when battling Wham Bam Jewel.

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Diamond hands and 3 eyes! This guy likes shiny stuff! He's the Wham Bam king!
— Kirby Super Star Ultra pause screen flavor text

Wham Bam Jewel is a boss in Kirby Super Star Ultra. He is the final boss of Helper to Hero and the eighth boss of The True Arena, as one of the Final Four.

Wham Bam Jewel is a large triclops creature, with three red eyes and sharp fangs. His hands are made up of blue crystal gems. Wham Bam Jewel wears a golden pair of earrings and a crown with shining light blue gems. His overall appearance and name is based on Wham Bam Rock's. During battle, Wham Bam Jewel has no visible body. The intro cutscene for The True Arena reveals that he has no body, and is just floating facial features with a crown and earrings.

Wham Bam Jewel attacks in much the same way as Wham Bam Rock, with a few minor alterations here-and-there. One of Wham Bam Jewel's attacks is to unlatch crystals from his hand atop of Kirby, and Kirby can inhale them to obtain the Stone Copy Ability. Instead of crystals, he can also drop Bombs, which Kirby can inhale to gain the Bomb Copy Ability. Lastly, Wham Bam Jewel can shoot several blasts from his finger.


  • A Wham Bam Jewel-inspired gear for Doctor Healmore was considered to appear in Super Kirby Clash; however, it was scrapped.
  • Wham Bam Jewel is the only of the Final Four in Kirby Super Star Ultra's True Arena who does not reappear in any later game, even as a cameo.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 魔人まじんワムバムジュエル
Majin wamubamujueru
Sorcerer Wham Bam Jewel
French Bling Badaboum From bling, an onomatopoeia often associated with shiny objects
and badaboum, another onomatopoeia associated with violently hitting something.
German König Klunker King Gemstone
Italian Wham Bam Jewel -
Korean 왐밤주얼
Wham Bam Jewel
Spanish Joya Cataplof From joya (jewel) and cataplof, an onomatopoeia associated with violently hitting something.