Wild Bonkers

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Wild Bonkers
KatFL Wild Bonkers screenshot.png
Screenshot of Wild Bonkers from Kirby and the Forgotten Land.
Debut game Kirby and the Forgotten Land (2022)
Copy Ability Hammer
Similar to Bonkers
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Reason: tougher variant attacks and locations will be added shortly. --Samwell (talk) 01:05, 28 March 2022 (UTC)
The mysterious vortex brought Bonkers to the new world too! They arrived before Kirby and quickly joined the ranks of the fearsome Beast Pack. They really like their new look, and they're getting along with all of their new coworkers...especially the Mookies!
— Figure description

Wild Bonkers is a variant of Bonkers who appears as a Mid-Boss in Kirby and the Forgotten Land. They resemble their normal counterpart, but with frazzled bluish fur and war paint on their arms and face. They also wield a stone chisel for a hammer and throw durians instead of coconuts. The Wild Hammer ability is based on Wild Bonkers.


Wild Bonkers appears in the following stages:


Wild Bonkers has a few different moves as follows (attack names are conjectural). Attacks in italics are only used in Phase 2.

Wild Bonkers' attacks in Kirby and the Forgotten Land  
Attack Description Variants
Hammer Wild Bonkers slams their hammer in an overhead manner after a brief pause, creating two Drop Stars on impact. Wild Bonkers may do this up to three times in a row.
Durians Wild Bonkers throws exploding durians at Kirby. These can be inhaled and spat back. The number of durians thrown varies.
Hammer Twirl Wild Bonkers leaps into the air and lands while spinning their hammer downwards. Wild Bonkers performs up to three leaps in succession, with the last one causing Drop Stars to appear.
Hammer Spin Wild Bonkers spins rapidly with their hammer out and travels toward Kirby like a tornado. Upon finishing the attack, Wild Bonkers is left dazed for a moment and some Drop Stars appear.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ワイルドボンカース
Wairudo Bonkāsu
Wild Bonkers
Traditional Chinese 狂野錘星猩
Kuángyě Chuíxīngxīng
Wild Hammer Star Gorilla
Simplified Chinese 狂野锤星猩
Kuángyě Chuíxīngxīng
French Bonkers sauvage Wild Bonkers
German Wilder Bonkers Wild Bonkers
Korean 와일드 본커스
Waildeu Bonkeoseu
Wild Bonkers
Spanish Bonkers salvaje Wild Bonkers