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Wild Edge

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Wild Edge
KatFL Wild Edge screenshot.png
Screenshot of Wild Edge from Kirby and the Forgotten Land.
Details
Debut game Kirby and the Forgotten Land (2022)
Copy Ability Sword
Theme music

Main theme used when battling Wild Edge in Kirby and the Forgotten Land.

Similar to Gigant Edge
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The mysterious vortex brought Gigant Edge to the new world too! They arrived before Kirby and fell in with the ranks of the Beast Pack. Despite the wild wardrobe change, they really stand out among the rest of the pack, but they'll still guard their stations with ferocity!
— Figure description

Wild Edge is a variant of Gigant Edge who appears as a Mid-Boss in Kirby and the Forgotten Land. They resemble their normal counterpart, but with war paint on their armor and a fur collar around their neck. They also wield a stone sword and a spiky riot shield. The Gigant Sword ability is based on Wild Edge.

Locations[edit]

Wild Edge appears in the following stages:

In addition, Wild Edge also appears as a mid-boss in the following Treasure Road areas:

Attacks[edit]

The following lists all of Wild Edge's attacks (attack names are from page 98 of the Kirby and the Forgotten Land Perfect Support Guide). Attacks in italics are only used in Phase 2.

Wild Edge's attacks in Kirby and the Forgotten Land  
Attack Description Variants
横ぎり
Horizontal Slash
Wild Edge performs a big lateral swing with their sword. Two Drop Stars are produced after the slash. This attack is not used at all when fought in the Downtown Grassland stage.
They may swing twice in a row instead of once.
スパイクシールド
Spike Shield
Wild Edge brings up their shield and raises their defenses. Attacks from the front will do nothing, but if hit from behind, they will be stunned for a moment and take 2.0× damage, leaving two Drop Stars as well. Stunning them during Phase 1 may enable Kirby to defeat them without activating Phase 2. In Phase 2, Wild Edge may move slowly forward while using this move.
Their tougher variation holds their shield up for a lot less time.
たてぎり
Overhead Slash
Wild Edge performs a large vertical slash with their sword which hits the ground, creating two Drop Stars. They may perform up to two or three of these in succession.
突進
Rush
Wild Edge pulls out their sword and runs forward for a while. When they stop, they leave two Drop Stars behind and stagger for a moment. The harder version not only runs faster but, after the initial charge, will turn around and try to dash into Kirby again.
チャージエッジ
Charge Edge
Wild Edge takes a few steps back, charges their sword and performs an overhead slash that hits the ground, creating an explosion and leaving four Drop Stars behind. This attack is only used in the isolated isles of Forgo Dreams and The Ultimate Cup Z.

Across all battles, Wild Edge enters Phase 2 when their HP is below 55%. They take 0.2× damage when roaring both at the start of the battle and at the start of phase 2.

Wild Edge's HP Values[1]
Stage Regular ver. Tougher ver.
Downtown Grassland 450 No
Circuit Speedway 600 No
The Battle of Blizzard Bridge 600 No
Slash and Slice! Sword Trial 450 No
Slash! Meta Knight Sword Trial 450 No
Slash and Slice! Gigant Sword Trial 450 No
Kirby's Inhale Showdown 450 No
Forgo Bay No 800
Forgo Horns No 500
Forgo Zone No 800
Slash! Morpho Knight Sword Trial No 500
Colosseum 270 480
Reference: A Star Bullet does 80 damage.

Gallery[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ワイルドエッジ
Wairudo Ejji
Wild Edge
Chinese 狂野刃
Kuángyě Rèn
Wild Edge
Dutch Wilde Edge Wild Edge
French Gigalame sauvage Wild Gigant Edge
German Schwert-Grobian Sword ruffian
Italian Mega cavaliere salvaggio Wild Gigant Edge
Korean 와일드 에지
Waildeu Eji
Wild Edge
Spanish Filo Gigante salvaje Wild Gigant Edge


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