First you draw a circle,
|~ Drawing Kirby, displaying the simplicity of the character • Kirby's Adventure|
|~ Kirby greeting the audience with his catchphrase.|
|“||As the last Kirby raised his head, he saw a star shining brightly. That light was from Kirby's own heart, which had flown to safety. His heart called out to him!||„|
|~ Narration • Kirby Mass Attack|
|“||When you're defeated, fight as a ghost! If you can land a hit on an enemy, you'll be revived!||„|
|~ Being a Ghost tip • Kirby Fighters 2, Story Mode|
|“||A Warp Star soared into view and picked up Kirby! As Kirby flew home, he looked out across the cosmos. The stars were so beautiful. Darkness had its place just as much as light, he thought. For the stars sparkled twice as bright in the dark depths of space!||„|
|~ Narration • Kirby Mass Attack|
|“||This suddenly appeared at the Fountain of Dreams. Use it in your final battle against the Nightmares!||„|
|~ Flavor text • Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land|
|“||Packing pure destructive power, it's a Super Ability! Its name: Ultra Sword! It can rend the Earth as it destroys all in its path!||„|
|~ Flavor Text • Kirby's Return to Dream Land|
|“||Affirming the energy levels that far exceeds the performance of the Invader Armor Support Machine I created. The infinite power that this life-form holds is full of wonder. (What)... is the... probability... I can eliminate... this threat...?||„|
|~ Star Dream in its last pause screen description (Accurate translation) • Kirby: Planet Robobot|
|“||Star Allies Sparkler is a secret technique based on the warmth of giving hearts. The desire to save everyone in the galaxy transforms into a sparkling star... which heads straight for the final boss!||„|
|~ American version of its flavor text • Kirby Star Allies|
- 1 Summary
- 2 Powers and Stats
- 3 Feats
- 4 Notable Attacks/Techniques:
- 5 Gallery
- 6 Others
- 7 Discussions
Kirby is the main protagonist of his eponymous series. He's a happy-go-lucky, glutton and lazy individual living peaceably in Dreamland. He would jump into action when needed to, if he's not participating in challenges from his friends he may be opposing malevolent forces and ultimately facing menacing monstrosities that contrast his own friendly appearance and intentions. Kirby became a well known hero in his and other universes, is respected as a warrior and considered to have infinite power, but by far, his biggest characteristic and strength is his sheer goodness; Kirby forges deep bonds with friends, allies in adventures and passerbys he helps out, he's eager to spend time solving the problems of other people, even strangers, and is quick to forgive ridiculously full of themselves or cruel evildoers, seemingly making some of them less wicked. This selfless acts usually result in Kirby getting rewarded in some way, a number of his final victories and achievements being attributed to it.
Kirby has a rivalry with King Dedede and Meta Knight, 2 of his most notable friends, and the most significant and serious adventures Kirby has either indirectly relate to the Ancients, or are directly caused by beings who resemble or are direct members of the Dark Matter species.
Powers and Stats
Tier: 4-A | At least 4-A, likely 3-C
Name: Kirby, "Kirby of the Stars" (Well known title that was never translated)
Gender: Unknown (Their gender is stated to be unknown and they're referred to with gender neutral pronouns. Kirby often does actions commonly associated with both boys and girls, and whether or not they're either is portrayed as an interpretable mystery), Male in localizations of the series
Classification: Alien of unknown species, Inhabitant of Dreamland & Planet Popstar, Pink Puffball (Often referred to as such. Has also received several other descriptions based on his color, size & shape), Hero, Warrior, Pink Demon (Sometimes untranslated title regarding his skill and power), Super Star (In Super Star Ultra), Hero of the lower world (By the beings in Floralia) | As before, Star Ally (In Star Allies)
Powers and Abilities:
Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Small Size (Type 1. 20 cms/8 inches tall), Self-Sustenance (Type 1), 4th Wall Awareness, Magic, Elasticity, Body Control (Can turn into a limbless ball and decrease his size by contracting his body), Toon Force, Regeneration (High-Mid naturally, Low-Godly as Ghost Kirby. Can throw off half of his body, have it reattach to himself, or have it explode and immediately recover as Cutter and Super Boomerang; Abilities mostly copied from sources without body control powers. Additionally demonstrated to quickly recover from being crushed flat and to instantly recover from being impaled by allies or by Flamberge's Barbecue Party. As Ghost Kirby and after absorbing life energy from a target, he quickly recreates his body from being a soul), Resurrection (Could catch the souls of other defeated Kirbys and make them corporeal again. Revived 9 Kirbys with no soul or body by eating food. Can revive others via Revival Spell. When dead, he can transform into Ghost Kirby to absorb some life-energy from a target upon contact and resurrect), Immortality (Types 2 & 3), Flight & Spaceflight (Can hover to navigate in the air and swim in space. Can use vehicles to fly better in the air and in space), Enhanced Senses, Non-Physical Interaction (Can use any of his techniques, like his Inhale, to affect souls, presumably intangible clouds, and holograms), Useful fighting style, Transmutation (Can spit enemies and/or things as tiny stars. Being swallowed into his stomach dimension turns others into items inside a bubble, instantly), Power Absorption (Can steal a target's powers for their own use on contact), Duplication, Creation (Can create a Warp Star and similar vehicles), Vehicular Mastery, Dimensional Travel (With Warp Star), Cloth Manipulation (Can create clothes for himself), Healing (Can "Revive" defeated allies, who are merely unconscious), Can turn into a small ball of intangible energy, Air Manipulation (Can create a vortex of air into his mouth. Can shoot out small air puffs), Attack Reflection (Via Inhale & Star Spit. Can also send attacks back at his foes by hitting them), Can fuse enemies with copy abilities or each other, Can inhale foes and objects alike, trapping them in his stomach, a pocket reality to either spit them out as projectiles or copy their abilities by manipulating the space in stomach, giving him new Copy Abilities, Transformation (Using them causes him to have a slight transformation, usually having different hats with each one and occasionally transforming his whole body. Can use Copy Abilities without requiring to swallow enemies), Dimensional Storage (Can store things in his stomach for later use. Can spit numerous small stars and bombs), Summoning (Can make Helpers appear from Copy Abilities. Can summon Gooey, Dyna Blade, an army of Gators, the Warp Star [naturally or calling it with his cell phone] or the Starship. Can summon a meteor to do massive damage and stun his enemies [after collecting 4 Power Tablets, which appear just by hitting his opponents a certain amount of times]. Can summon other Kirbys with his phone [Amazing Mirror only]), Limited Deconstruction (Can send bolts to drop entire rows of blocks in whatever direction he's facing), Morality Manipulation (Can convert swallowed enemies into Helpers that betray their allies to assist Kirby in combat and his overall adventures), Energy Projection & Danmaku (Can shoot overwhelming amounts of energy with other Kirbys), Earth Manipulation (Can hit the ground to leave a fissure under his opponent), Telekinesis (Scaling from Team Kirby), Self-Size Manipulation (Via Star Dash) Resistance to Magic, Transmutation (Constantly able to quickly recover from being spat as a star by King Dedede's Star Spit, technique stated to turn foes into stars when used by Kirby), Existence Erasure (Can get hit by Drawcia's interstellar deletion wave and survived quite easily), Gravity and Radiation Manipulation (Consistently able to outrun, outswim and withstand being sucked inside black holes. Notably able to briefly outrun and survive a black hole that was warping & sucking all the space of the shown battlefield, including stars in the background of it, and outfly and survive a black hole that was rotating stars and a nebula), Spatial Manipulation (Physically unaffected by said interstellar distortions, otherwise only harmed if reached by those or any space-based attacks; also unaffected by constant interstellar distortions in battle), Morality Manipulation & Madness Manipulation (Unaffected in places where Dark Matter has their influence and mind-controlling clouds, has entered inside large accumulations of Dark Matter beings and clouds many times), Heat and Cold (Unaffected by the temperatures of Hotbeat, Star Lavadom, and Blizzno Moon), Time Stop (Kirbys can move after other Kirby stops the clock/time, despite not sharing the same ability), Immunity to Bone Manipulation, Can fight without his soul in his body (though Kirby still needs it to exist to live)
As before, Empathic Manipulation & Morality Manipulation (Can turn enemies into allies with Friend Hearts, able to overwrite Void Termina's effects on allies with them; Kirby scales to his multi-galactic potency), Cloth Manipulation (Can add or modify clothes of others via Friend Hearts), Purification (Used Friend Hearts to heal and purify the Three Mage-Sisters and Corrupt Hyness), Power Bestowal (Turning targets into allies through Friend Hearts gives them that same power. Can bestow individual elemental powers when using them himself), Energy Projection & Manipulation (Can shoot energy beams. Repeatedly overpowered Void Termina's energy beam with his own, ultimately increasing its size), Creation (Created projections of all his friends and launched them to Void Termina to finish him off) Resistance to Transmutation (Like all Star Allies, he isn't transmuted after being cooked inside Chef Kawasaki's pot, process that regularly turns foes and items into food), Morality Manipulation & Empathic Manipulation (Only harmed by the morality changing attacks of Void Termina, which are multi-galactic in potency scaling from Dark Mind, a weaker descendant of Void)
Limited contact-based Life-energy Absorption (Triggers the aforementioned regeneration of his physical body, going back to his base state and still being transformed if he was using a Copy Ability when dying), Incorporeality, Non-Physical Interaction (Can hit other Ghost Kirbys), Self-Sustenance (Types 2 & 3), True Flight, Immortality (Types 6 & 7. When possessing someone, the damage taken is only received by the victim. Can't be destroyed by other Kirbys, unlike other ghosts), Possession (Can possess a target or a group of combined beings, such as dozens of insects), Existence Erasure (Can erase possessed targets and beings in contact with them), Invisibility (Can actively become invisible even to other Kirbys), Resistance to Death Manipulation (He's only a soul)
As in base, gaining different powers depending on which Copy Ability he's using: Elemental Manipulation (Fire, Ninja, Ice, Spark, Plasma, Leaf, Tornado, Water, Metal, Volcano), Weapon Mastery (Sword, Hammer, Archer, Spear, Cutter, Parasol, Stick, Whip, Yo-Yo, Explosive Shuriken, Dynamite, Needle, etc.), Magic (Certain ones describe the use of magic), Flight (Certain ones let him fly better and differently from how he naturally does it), Transmutation (Cook, Bubble, Magic), Duplication (Mirror), Attack Reflection (Mirror, Hypernova), Size Manipulation (Mini, Giant Stone), Underground Mobility (Animal), Holy Manipulation (Doctor Healmore), enhance Martial Arts (Backdrop, Fighter, Throw, Ninja, Smash, Suplex), Forcefield Creation (Spark, Ice, Needle, Smash, and with Prism Shield), Statistics Amplification (Final Weapons. Durability Augmentation [Stone, Metal], Speed Augmentation [Jet, Wheel]), Gravity Manipulation (UFO), Energy Manipulation and Projection (Beam, UFO, Crash, etc.), Light Manipulation (Light, Water, Rainbow Sword), Love-Based Attacks (Love-Love Stick), Invulnerability (Stone, Metal, Wheel, Fire, Hi-Jump), Sound Manipulation (Mike, Bell), Teleportation (ESP), Better Telekinesis and Precognition (ESP), Afterimage Creation (Ninja), Poison Manipulation (Doctor, Poison), Acid Manipulation (Poison), Corrosion Inducement (Poison), Transformation (Wheel, Missile, Balloon, Ball, etc.), Summoning (Magic; Can call upon Meta Knight), Animal Mimicry (Animal, Beetle, Wing), Life Manipulation (Magic), Incorporeality, True Flight, Immortality (Types 6 and 7), Self-Sustenance (Types 2 & 3), Invisibility, Self-Resurrection, Existence Erasure & Possession (Ghost), Extended Power Mimicry (Copy), Status Effect Inducement (Paint, Balloon, Ice), Time Stop (Beam Mage), Data Manipulation, and Information Analysis (Copy), Homing Attack (Cutter [via Hyper Cutter], Tri-Missile Attack), Explosion Manipulation (Bomb, Ninja), Sleep Manipulation (Sleep [self-induced and to others], Ninja, Doctor), Stealth Mastery (Mini, Ninja, Archer, Leaf), Portal Creation (Shard Gun), Healing (Refrigerator, Doctor, Sleep By itself & Sweet Dreams]), Dream Manipulation (Sleep), enhanced Body Control (Cutter, Needle). Can use his Post-Star Allies Copy Abilities, but wouldn't be aware of their existence
As in base, Resurrection (Can resurrect himself once with Reviving Tomato), Transmutation (Robobot Armor), Duplication (Replica), Air Manipulation (Mint Leaf, Big Air Bullet Boost Orb), Size Manipulation (Sparkling Stars, Jumbo Candy), Statistics Amplification, Invulnerability (Invincible Candy, Jumbo Candy, Metal Boost Orb), Sound Manipulation (Microphone), Data Manipulation & Information Manipulation (Robobot Armor, which scans targets, turns them to computing data, and absorbs their information), Explosion Manipulation (Balloon Bomb, Cracker, Timed Dynamite, Action Star [Can cause all opponents to explode, dropping health to one point] and 3D Helmet Cannon), Sleep Manipulation (Action Star), Healing (Various food items & Action Star. All health healed with Maxim Tomatoes & Maxim Tomato Boost Orb), Invisibility (Invisibility Stone, Invisibility Boost Orb), Intangibility (Invisibility Stone), Statistics Reduction (Action Star; Can decrease the speed and jump of his opponents), Enhanced Thievery with Cashgrabber Boost Orb (Increases the number of things he can steal from enemies), Limited Automatic Mobility with Deflector Boost Orb, Berserk Mode with Berserk Boost Orb, Resistance to Possession (Crystal Shards prevent possession by expelling intruders from one's body)
Attack Potency: Multi-Solar System level (Defeated Magolor and destroyed the Master Crown, which led to the collapse of interstellar parts of Another Dimension, including the 15 areas where the Sphere Doomers were fought, which are all respectively interstellar in size and at least take place within the same universe [See note below]. With help from the player, he defeated Drawcia. Able to defeat Star Dream Soul OS in all his forms, who was capable of rotating space, including the multiple stars and nebula in the background), able to negate durability with various copy abilities or even base powers | At least Multi-Solar System level+, likely Galaxy level (While assisted by 3 fellow Star Allies, who are comparable to Kirby in power, they used their energy to create part of a vehicle they then used to defeat Void Termina in his Demon and Angel forms, and they defeated his First Core and Final Core forms by themselves. After it Kirby overpowered Void Termina's energy beams several times, then created projections of most of his friends to launch at Void Termina and finish him off, killing him. While assisted by 3 Star Allies, they defeated Corrupt Hyness. Can defeat and kill all other stronger incarnations of Void Termina shown, which is also suggested to be while assisted by other Star Allies, can defeat Morpho Knight EX. Should be capable becoming as strong as a member of Super Team Kirby, if that didn't happen already), able to negate durability with various copy abilities or even base powers
Speed: Massively FTL+ (Kept up by himself with Meta Knight, Nightmare, Dark Mind, Dark Nebula, Jamba Hearts and Void Termina several times; all of which are comparable in speed to the Warp Star [8387548039870.238c], which Kirby is capable of flawlessly piloting and controlling while reacting and dodging obstacles and projectiles. Chased the Jamba Hearts several times, which were suddenly scattered across the universe. Quickly went from Nova's summoning point at galaxy's end to Popstar at the at the edge of the universe, using his Starship to do so and reacting to it on his own. Repeatedly outran waves that were consuming interstellar parts of Another Dimension, which were moving fast enough to get past stars and nebulae in the background, as well as keeping up with the Lor Starcutter and Landia. Presumably launched Marx from a moon to Nova, who was at interstellar distances. Can redirect a world destroying meteor 9999 light years in seconds. Was able to keep up with other beings capable of travel interstellar distances with ease, such as Dark Matter beings, 0, Galactic Nova, Marx, Galacta Knight, Dark Nebula, Lor Starcutter, Landia, Master Crown-powered Magolor, Dark Crafter, Ribbon [as well as the projectiles of her Crystal Gun] and the Three Mage-Sisters)
Lifting Strength: Class Y (Comparable to Star Dream merged with the Access Ark & its later forms; While using the Robobot Armor with the Halberd absorbed, his regular shots slightly shaked the metallic planet-sized body of Star Dream, pushing it notable discances each time he destroyed a part of its "shell"; Kirby's own power made the Robobot Armor this powerful, Star Dream considering Kirby alone to have "infinite power" and being frightened of its probability to eliminate him. His regular attacks should give the same results, which beings of comparable lifting strength can withstand)
Striking Strength: Multi-Solar System Class | At least Multi-Solar System Class+, likely Galactic
Durability: Multi-Solar System level (Able to survive Drawcia's interstellar deletion wave. Took hits from Magolor. Can tank blows from enemies of equal power to him in their bloodlusted states. His durability is enhanced further with copy abilities made for durability augmentation), regeneration, Ghost form, self-healing, and self-resurrection make him difficult to kill | At least Multi-Solar System level+, likely Galaxy level (Able to take blows from Void Termina in all his forms and incarnations; The Star Allies Sparkler doesn't cover the bodies of its drivers. His durability is enhanced further with copy abilities made for durability augmentation), regeneration, Ghost form, self-healing, and self-resurrection make him difficult to kill
Stamina: Very high (Kirby is seldom seen pushed to exhaustion even when fighting abominations through several phases. Completed an adventure without being able to dream, which made everyone in Dream Land feel restless and irritable. Fought Queen Sectonia straight through the entire night). Unlimited as Ghost Kirby (Continues fighting after being defeated as Ghost Kirby, has no health bar in-game)
Range: Standard melee range by himself and most copy abilities with weapons (Kirby is 20cms tall). Extended melee range with some projectiles and inhale (His inhale can also suck things bigger than his body without problems). Higher with Boost Orbs (Some of them increase the range of his attacks). Interstellar with meteor summoning, projectiles and shockwaves (Presumably launched Marx from a moon to Nova, who was at interstellar distances. Can bat a meteor lightyears away)
Standard Equipment: Despite not being visibly carrying them, he has shown to have a cell phone to call a Warp Star, a cell phone to call other 3 Kirbys, a handkerchief, goggles and an air cushion. Can spit numerous small stars and bombs
- Optional Equipment: His magic sock to travel to Patch Land, the Tankbot and a robot dragon. Game items such as Superspicy Curry, Mint Leaf, Maxim Tomatoes, Reviving Tomato, Invincibility Candy, Robobot Armor, Miracle Fruits, Action Star, Replica, Balloon Bomb, Cracker, Timed Dynamite, 3D Helmet Cannon, Invincible Candy, Jumbo Candy, Microphone, Invisibility Stone, spikeless Gordo, Team Cannon, Boost Orbs, the Blaze Wheelie and a miniature Heavy Lobster (Kirby Battle Royale). While he can use Copy Abilities naturally, he has the following functions to help him even further; Copy Essence Deluxe, Copy Palette (Always has it to store things in his stomach dimension, but it does not always have items in it, at least in-game) and Ability Scrolls | As before, a bat and an ax. Game items such as the Dream Rod
- Can Create/Summon: The Warp Star (Can both create and summon it on his own), the Starship, Gooey, Dyna Blade, an army of Gators, a meteor | As before, the Star Allies Sparkler (although he created the latter under specific circumstances)
Intelligence: Genius. Was capable of building a functional space rocket in seconds, which he then used. Showed creative ways of using new copy abilities to beat some bosses, is consistently capable of defeating ancient and/or skilled warriors such as Meta Knight, Nightmare, Galacta Knight, Kracko, Whispy Woods, Queen Sectonia, Landia, Parallel Landia, Magolor Soul (who is Magolor possessed by the ancient Master Crown), Coily Rattler, Hyness and Void Termina, the latter two having existed for eons. In combat he has been shown sending enemy attacks back at them using both sheer precisions as well as unexplored powers
Weaknesses: Kirby is naive outside of combat, and despite his age he's still considered young. Unlike fellow warriors in his verse, outside of his adventures, Kirby's lazy and always relaxes with mundane activities
Keys: Pre-Star Allies | Post-Star Allies
Notes: Given Another Dimension's portrayal as a multiverse, it's possible for the areas where the Sphere Doomers were fought to be separate universes. This would exponentially increase the power, speed and other stats of many characters in the verse, but the matter remains unclear until a confirmation may arrive (Further points that support this are also already acknowledged).
No Copy Abilities
Known as "normal" in-verse.
Powers & abilities few characters have in the verse, or that Kirby has on a higher scale.
- Physiology/Natural Powers: Kirby's body has fairly consistent properties, some of them don't necessarily make sense. He's pretty light and can get dragged by butterflies and birds flying at him on a breeze, should he be casual. Other characters with a body like Kirby don't scale to his same natural powers as it's portrayed as a mystery if they are from the same species or not, other Kirbys that are other characters from this one are more likely to do scale from his natural powers though.
- Elasticity & Body Control: Kirby's body is highly flexible, which allows him to make any action a human could do as well as some unhuman ones. He can move his limbs around his body, use his hands/arms to grab things despite lacking fingers, inflate himself and manipulate his body in other ways, such as contracting his limbs to become a ball or contract into a smaller ball, all without pain. He's naturally a bit bounceable, exponentially so as a ball. His body can get crushed flat and he can quickly recover from it, taking damage or not depending on what flatted him. He can apparently move his feet slightly outside his body while running. He can attach to the botton of a Warp Star while it moves a high speed, without falling. While inflated he has less weight. His Heroic Heart is a light that came from Kirby's heart and is poetically said to be his heart, which it isn't; The thing is alive and it came from Kirby's body, although it may be incorporeal.
- Toon Force: Low Level. Some of his feats, part of the elastic properties of his body and his regeneration could potentially be attributed to it. Kirby can somehow transform his Warp Star into a ship and he has briefly walked without ground, twice. In an idle animation, Kirby was shown to be quick enough to go to sleep, dream something up and wake up in time to eat it, during an intro to a level he also shows getting physically attacked by an enemy he dreamed. He has repeatedly used items from his back that he never showed to be carrying. He can fish things & characters that shouldn't be under water. Targets he throws can repeatedly bounce on surfaces for a while despite the speed in which they're moving and not being as elastic as himself. Among with allies, they can participate in Friend Actions that can include getting thrown at foes as projectiles, including by getting punched and impaled by allies, activity they can willingly do and is portrayed as friendly despite struggling while pierced, they instantly heal & take no damage from it though.
- Regeneration: In Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards, using the Cutter and Super Boomerang abilities allow Kirby to throw off half of his body, have it explode and recover immediately. Super Boomerang is a mix ability obtained from 2 Cutters, and Cutter is an ability obtained from enemies that either throw a blade as a boomerang (Sir Kibble), throw their hat as a boomerang (Kapar), launch their head as a projectile, regenerating from that instantly (Fishbone), and ultimately literal blades (Sawyer); Nothing suggests that Kirby copied the regeneration from a Fishbone when it's not the only foe that gives him the same power, or the most common one nor even the first he faces. Additionally, Kirby demonstrated to have powers usually related to this degree of regeneration (Toon force, elasticity, body control and high pain tolerance), as well other regeneration feats on a lower scale; This being how he can quickly recover from being crushed flat, get impaled by allies & thrown at foes as projectile, taking no damage from it and survive fine fighting Flamberge, who can impale & trap many foes at once like a shish-kebab.
- Immunity to Bone Manipulation: In a Q&A coming from the Super Smash Bros. series, which isn't canon to the Kirby series, it was asked if Kirby was a vertebrate, to which Sakurai stated that he had no bones; Sakurai is the creator of the canon and Smash versions of Kirby, his response was likely aimed to both as it's unlikely for the latter to have that much of a different physiology when he's otherwise a simplified version of his canon self. Supporting this idea, when Kirby throws a part of himself the interior of his body shown is all pink, like its exterior. This could amply that all of his interior is like this and that he has no organs or blood, but a guide apparently contradicts this by mentioning how he has lungs.
|“||Kirby inhales everything he can!||„|
|~ Kirby Star Allies loading screen|
- Inhale: Kirby begins sucking in air to quickly absorb in obstacles, projectiles and enemies, the latter being stun by the air vortex created. Kirby can then choose to spit them out as a Star Bullet or swallow them completely, allowing Kirby to copy their powers. Kirby has been shown to suck things bigger than his body, as well as surrealistically have them inhaled without sending them to his stomach, such as when he inhaled a whole energy beam being shot at him for seconds, to then spit it, still as an energy beam (while he had an ability that improved his inhale at the time, that is unrelated to the size of the things he can have in his body without swallowing them). While inhaling, Kirby can rotate 360° degrees or aim his mouth upwards, he can also inhale underwater.
- Super Inhale: He can use this at any time while inhaling, it's a more potent version of it.
- Hover: Kirby sucks in air to puff up, he can then waves his arms around to float into the air, allowing him to fly indefinitely. He can float on water while puffed up. This is a very simple technique that gives Kirby a slower movement speed than what he can achieve on the floor or with a Warp Star.
- Air Gun: While puffed up, he can spit out the air inhaled as a weak, short range projectile.
- Headbutt Attack: While falling some relatively notable distances Kirby will aim his forehead downwards, which works as a weak attack on contact.
- Star Spit/Star Bullet/Puff Out: Kirby spits the inhaled foe(s) and/or thing(s), those being turned into a small star. The targets being turned into stars is supported by all the statements about this technique doing this, as well as its name. The more things Kirby inhales into a singular Star Spit, the more powerful it is, as well as bigger. Kirby can also spit things without turning them into stars (in which case he wouldn't be using the Star Spit technique), he can do this with allies to damage foes during team battles.
- Blaster Bullet: In Blowout Blast, when Kirby inhales enough enemies, the star he spits becomes a powerful shot called a Blaster Bullet.
- Blaster Bullet: In Blowout Blast, when Kirby inhales enough enemies, the star he spits becomes a powerful shot called a Blaster Bullet.
- Copy Ability: Kirby's most famous power, the ability to use powers that are copied from other beings or things. Normally, Kirby uses Copy Abilities by swallowing foes (or things), thus transforming into the Copy Ability corresponding to the target, even if this makes new ones. Kirby can also naturally access to at least all of his regular Copy Abilities at any time, without needing to swallow targets. He does this to test his skills with them, and rarely to immediately take advantage of the specific powers they grant him (for reference, the latter strategy is only common for the non-canon Kirbys in Super Smash Bros. and Mo~Pupu!). His most impressive abilities have allowed him to do things such as stop time and turn the relatively simple things he paints into reality.
- Note: While it's repeatedly said that enough damage can take away Kirby's Copy Abilities and this, in turn, is a valid weakness for other versions of the character, this is not the case for Kirby in the practice due to it being Game Mechanics. There have been multiple occasions and entire games where this has not been the case, all of which lack any kind of explanation or suggestion as to why this supposed weakness suddenly doesn't apply.
- Pocket Reality Manipulation: Kirby's stomach is a bottomless dimension in which he has the following abilities:
- When entering there, their enemies can be transmuted into objects representing the ability Kirby gains with them.
- Kirby can fuse targets, moving them together by unexplored means.
- Kirby can selectively choose enemies within his stomach to use Copy Abilities.
- Fusionism: Kirby has different methods to fuse things, be it powers and enemies. Initially in Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards he was able to do the following things; 1) Swallow 2 enemies at a time to get a combined ability from each enemy's copied powers, which is called Combo/Mix Ability. 2) Throw an enemy into another one to transform both into a Combo Star, which when swallowed gives Kirby the Mix Ability he would have had by swallowing at once the 2 enemies the made collide. And 3) Kirby can also retract a Copy Ability he currently has into a Power Star and throw it into an enemy to, once again, transform both into a Combo Star, swallowing that gives Kirby a Mix Ability that derives from the Copy Ability he used to make the Power Star and the enemy he threw the Power Star. In Kirby Star Allies everyone can help others or get helped by others at combining powers including transformations for weapons. This is done mostly by one character generating these changes while other characters just receive this.
- Summoning: On his own, Kirby can summon the following things:
- A Warp Star, as well as other versions of it. By far the thing he summons the most, Kirby usually uses this vehicle to chase foes & to move into other places quickly as an improvement of his mobility (because Kirby's natural flight is shower than his movement speed, which the Warp Star is slightly faster than). When used, Kirby can run over enemies or battle them with the vehicle's abilities.
- Note 1: The Warp Stars were stated to be located in Dream Land and be the principal method of transportation for the beings there, who need to use it outside of the planet for the vehicles to appear there, nevertheless, they have been summoned in other universes within seconds, timeframe that always takes them to go somewhere.
- Note 2: Warp Stars seem to move on their own when being summoned and once, one was summoned by being called through a cell phone; both those things are likely alive and thoughts are required for their users to summon them as it would otherwise be impossible for the Warp Stars to know when they're needed as well as where their users are.
- A Warp Star, as well as other versions of it. By far the thing he summons the most, Kirby usually uses this vehicle to chase foes & to move into other places quickly as an improvement of his mobility (because Kirby's natural flight is shower than his movement speed, which the Warp Star is slightly faster than). When used, Kirby can run over enemies or battle them with the vehicle's abilities.
- His friend, Gooey, to assist him in his adventures or battles.
- Dyna Blade for a singular attack.
- An army of Gators.
- His Starship to improve air mobility and have access to high range projectiles.
- Can sacrifice his copied ability to summon a "Helper", which is the being he may have used to gain his copied ability, now assisting Kirby in his adventures or battles.
- Team Meteor: After collecting 4 Power Tablets (which appear just by hitting his opponents a certain amount of times) Kirby can summon a meteor to do massive damage and stun his enemies for a while, he can always do this in combat with relative ease.
- In Kirby and the Amazing Mirror Kirby can use his cell phone to call the other 3 Kirbys which will heal some health in contact with Kirby and will assist him in the tasks he's doing.
- Creation: Kirby can create the following things:
- A Warp Star; Kirby can generate Warp Stars whenever he needs to, the process is usually done by making energy come out of his body, making that turn into a Warp Star. Aside from Star Allies, in which variations of the Warp Star called Friend Stars are created several times, Kirby doesn't usually make use of this power, only being confirmed to have repeatedly done so in Dream Land 2. There are some occasions in which it is not clear if Kirby is summoning or creating a Warp Star due to how quickly he's moving from one place to another while we don't initially see him. Kirby can also create a Warp Star using Star Rod's energy in the same process as if he were making one himself.
- A Friend Star; It's like a Warp Star, but it's created by 4 Star Allies. Once a Friend Star inexplicably turned into a Warp Star during the main story of Star Allies. Its projectiles have the qualities of the powers its main pilot has. By the end of the main story, the Star Allies were able to turn their desire to save everyone into a Friend Star that got fused with the Heard Spears, thus turning into the Star Allies Sparkler, see the Final Weapons section for more information.
- Many flying and tangible projections of his allies to launch at a target.
- Duplication: Kirby can split himself into many (though usually just three) Kirbys. He usually does this to dance at the end of a boss fight, to compete against himself in minigames, or to mark his distance in his end-of-level goal games. He has been shown to create up to 6 other Kirbys.
- Star Dash: After gathering 100 Stars Kirby will enlarge, and will shoot himself forward at high speeds. When using the Kirby amiibo, Kirby can use Star Dashes an infinite amount of times.
- Ball Kirby: Kirby turns into a ball to have other mobility options.
- Power Absorption: Shown in Kirby's Dream Course and Kirby Canvas Curse. Kirby throws himself at the enemy and will steal his abilities when touching him.
- Telekinesis: Team Kirby displayed this ability at the end of Team Kirby Clash Deluxe. They can use telekinesis to lift things into the air or to destroy things.
- Attack Reflection: Using both sheer precision and unexplored powers Kirby's able to send attacks back at his foes. He does this by hitting those attacks with any of his moves, including projectiles. The reflected attacks will home into the enemy instead of returning through their original route. At worst, Kirby needs to hit bigger attacks more than once to reflect them, although these are arguably just Game Mechanics.
- Resurrection of others: During Mass Attack Kirby was divided into 10 Kirbys, with each of them having only a fraction of his power. If one of those Kirbys were to die, he would fly upwards as a soul which can be caught by another Kirby to revive him, making the previously dead Kirby have a body again (although still damaged). Whether or not Kirby can do this to other beings is unclear. At the same time, at the beginning of the previously said game, 9 of those Kirbys were erased by Necrodeus, and Kirby was still able to revive them despite not being present as souls. Instead, eating enough food somehow brought them back.
- Ghost Kirby: Kirby's ultimate resource. Once dead, he can transform into Ghost Kirby. In this state, he cannot be destroyed or defeated by the other Kirbys in-game and its only objective is to bring himself back to life by hitting someone else thus absorbing life from the target and instantly recreating his body. This is a relatively difficult task as his mobility is now slightly slower than that of the other living Kirbys. Kirby can access this form an unlimited amount of times when dying. While functionally different in gameplay to the Ghost Copy Ability and recolored from it, the Kirby Portal indicates the latter ability to appear in Kirby Triple Deluxe and Kirby Fighters Deluxe, games in which the pink Ghost Kirby appears but not the Copy Ability, as such meaning that they are both the same.
- Attack, Double Attack & Tackle: All of Kirby's contact-based attacks, when used against living opponents, will absorb some of their health/life energy and quickly recreate Kirby's body.
- Vanish: Kirby disappears, becoming invisible and invincible.
- Incorporeality: Ghost Kirby is a soul. The environment that may harm living Kirbys passes through him, the only reason others can affect them is due to their Non-Physical Interaction.
- Possess: Kirby charges forward and possesses a target(s) if he comes in contact with them. All damage taken afterward goes to the possessed target(s).
- Erase: Kirby puts the possessed target(s), and anyone they are holding, under his cloak, erasing them.
Powers & abilities many characters share in the verse.
- Chuckle: Kirby chuckles, squashing his body and making himself an even smaller target less likely to get hit by foes bigger than himself or of his same size. The difference with other dodging moves and actions lies on its economy; chuckling takes less time as well as physical & mental effort, same with recovering from it. Kirby's use of this move is interpretable, but outside sources have encouraged him to do it and it is effective with a surprising number of attacks.
- Slide Kick: Kirby simply slides against the ground, foot first.
- Guard: Kirby blocks damage coming in any direction. He can also perform a perfect guard blocking something just in time.
- Space Jump: Kirby transforms into a small ball of energy which turns out to be intangible, he uses this power to mobilize himself or regroup with mates faster.
- Face-to-face food transfer / Sharing: On contact Kirby shares a recently eaten healing food item with an ally at a time, making them be as healed as himself.
- Dodge: Acrobatically twirls to one side or in place to dodge attacks.
- Air Dodge: Twirls to dodge attacks in the air.
- Revival Spell: A technique that, depending on the game, either resurrects dead allies or merely heals them from being defeated & unconscious. Both uses are applied to their users as they are doing the same process over what seems to be the same spell given the same name. Initially appearing in the Team Kirby Clash mini-game, the Kirbys there could approach others Kirbys and revive them when being defeated, which meant falling into the floor with their souls leaving their bodies. On the Team Kirby Clash Deluxe & Super Kirby Clash games the Kirbys there could even obtain items to improve their ability to resurrect others. Before the latter game, in Kirby Star Allies, every playable character became able to "Revive" defeated allies, but these defeated allies don't lose their souls and it's notable how some are still breathing.
- Team Attack: A technique Kirby can access to with at least another known ally with similar control over energy, such as every Star Ally.
- In Return to Dream Land when piggybacking an ally or more, they can briefly charge energy to use a special attack, the more allies charging energy the more powerful the attack will be. The form of the attack depends on the ally below, which is shooting it. Kirby launches a giant compilation of air forward that can pass through enemies, its size depends on the number of allies charging energy. Kirby & all other allies in-game (Meta Knight, King Dedede, and Bandana Dee) can use their Team Attack to push back and warp the waves of space that were consuming interstellar parts of Another Dimension.
- In Star Allies when piggybacking an ally or more, they can briefly charge energy to shoot an energy beam. The more allies charging energy the more powerful the attack will be.
- Friend Heart: Obtained in Kirby Star Allies, Kirby generates a Friend Heart which is then quickly thrown to his objective(s). This can be done an unlimited number of times as well as repeatedly. Upon contact (or near it), the Friend Heart will generate a major change in the empathy of the being(s) affected to the point of making them change their morality towards being an ally to Kirby. The Friend Hearts have also shown to make feel objectives extremely happy, make them have a deep appreciation for Kirby and other allies, generate clothes in others, work on robots, heal & purify others, work without making direct contact to others' bodies as well as affect more than one being at a time, and, by the end of the main story in Star Allies, overwrite the multi-galactic morality changing effects Void Termina forces on allies, thus having the potency of its morality & empathic manipulation scaling from Void Termina who gets physically harmed by the Friend Hearts. (It should be noticed that whether or not Void Termina getting harmed by the Friend Hearts is a specific weakness of his, a characteristic of the Friend Hearts, or both, is left unclear.) The last function the Friend Hearts have is that their targets will immediately be bestowed with the ability the generate and use Friend Hearts with all previously mentioned characteristics.
Items that Kirby finds and uses through his adventures.
Heals all of Kirby's health when eaten. He can keep several of them without being used in his stomach.
Heal varying amounts of his health.
When this item is attacked, one of the following effects occurs at random:
- Everyone's speed increases.
- Causes everyone to explode, dropping Health to one point.
- Decreases the speed and jump of all the other opponents, that will also have a maroon aura around them.
- Puts all opponents to sleep.
- Drops a bomb on all the opponents.
- Drops a random Food item. One may occasionally be a Maxim Tomato.
- Drops three Timed Dynamites
The Dash Shoe drastically increases the speed and jumping capability of anyone who touches it, it also surrounds them with a blue glow. The item's effects are temporary.
Debuting in Kirby's Block Ball. Upon touching the item, Kirby will split into two.
An Invader Armor, its power and functions change depending on its pilot, Kirby's made it surpass its limited capabilities and turn into a shape-shifting copy robot.
- Scan Specs: Produces a scan ray from its mouth, turning targets into data absorbed that turns the armor into a mode corresponding to the abilities of those targets. See the Robobot Armor Modes section for more information about them.
- Reset Specs: Drops its Copy Ability.
- Robobot Punch: Hits with its arms.
- Robobot Slam
- Hunker Down: Contracts its arms and legs, making it resemble a ball and taking no damage from attacks.
Gives Kirby extra powers constantly or when activated:
Will improve Kirby's aerial mobility and allow him to spit an unlimited number of air bullets much faster and farther for a limited time.
It starts growing in size after being picked up and explodes by itself if held for too long.
When held, it fires arcing shots automatically to a fixed distance ahead of the carrier for as long as it lasts.
Once Kirby picks up a Timed Dynamite, the clock shown on it will slowly begin to tick down. Once the clock makes one cycle, the dynamite will explode.
When Kirby puts on the 3D Helmet Cannon, he immediately begins rapidly shifting from foot to foot. The helmet's explosives cannon fires automatically.
When collected, Kirby becomes invincible for a short time, and almost any enemy he touches will be instantly defeated, or at least damaged.
When this item is used, Kirby grows to an enormous size and temporarily become invincible while rapidly flashing different colors.
When the mike is spat out, Kirby will screech into it, greatly damaging all enemies on screen.
The character holding it cannot fly or float with it. As long as it is being held, its carrier is both invisible and intangible. The Invisibility Stone will respawn in its original place if destroyed. It only lasts for a limited time and flashes red when it is close to expiring.
It can fire lasers of various sizes and power depending on how many Kirbys are using it.
A vehicle that Kirby can use, its charge attack is a powerful dash attack.
When picked up and thrown by Kirby, the Gordo grows in size and his spikes jut out, making him a temporary hazard and an immovable obstacle for opponents.
Called "Lobster Tank" by fans, it is another vehicle that Kirby can use. Its charge attack is a powerful electroshock that comes from its mouth area.
When picked up and used Kirby summons one of the following Dream Friends to assist him
Used to increase his statistics. The effects are shared with allies.
A common enemy that can appear and be used as a throwable item, exploding when landing.
|“||This time, I, the commentor, have personally experienced the star of friendship that shines upon the battlefield - the 'Buddy Star Blaster'!
When two stars appear from the heavens during a tag battle and are brought together, a beam of light appears, piercing the galaxy!
It's so powerful, I actually thought we might've shot a hole right through Pop Star!!
|~ Official Kirby JP twitter, post of Oct 13, 2020 (Translated)|
Used to dance for some time and then gain an amp in power.
A Gordo with its spines retracted, it can be thrown somewhere so that it may grow its spines.
It has visible items inside, it can be broken to get them.
A small capsule with a smaller Plugg inside. Attacking it charges electricity which will then be used to shoot a projectile into a target.
Items Kirby could obtain through the Story Move in Fighters 2, its effects stayed until reaching the Summit of a tower where the adventure took place (At best, this meant climbing 50 floors, each with a fight). Kirby choosed 1 of a small, random list of this items being avaliable to him after finishing a battle, and using more than once the same item or the same type of items would keep accumulating its effects, always making Kirby more powerful in a customizable way.
- Healing Items
- Cherry: Heals some health for Kirby and his buddy.
- Energy Drink: As before but better.
- Maxim Tomato: As before but better.
- Stones: Increase certain stats, using the same stone more than once increase the stat further. The descriptions are given as if 1 use per item was used.
- Attack Stone
- Attack Stone Lv. 1: Raises attack power a little for Kirby and his buddy (+37 in-game).
- Attack Stone Lv. 2: As before, but better (+55).
- Attack Stone Lv. 3: As before, but better (+73).
- Attack Stone Lv. 4: As before, but better (+92).
- Cursed Attack Stone Lv. 5: Raises attack power immensely for Kirby and his buddy (+128), but it will also damage them for half of their health. Although continuing their fights and gaining more items, Kirby & co. can heal themselves.
- Health Stone
- Health Stone Lv. 1: Raises maximum health for Kirby and his buddy to some degree (By 45 in-game, the standard being 100).
- Health Stone Lv. 2: As before, but better (+60).
- Health Stone Lv. 3: As before, but better (+75).
- Health Stone Lv. 4: As before, but better (+85).
- Cursed Health Stone Lv. 5: Raises maximum health for Kirby and his buddy by 110, but it will also damage them for half of their health. Although continuing their fights and gaining more items, Kirby & co. can heal themselves.
- Quick-Charge Stone
- Quick-Charge Stone Lv. 1: Shorters the charge time for charge attacks a little for Kirby and his buddy (+45 in-game).
- Quick-Charge Stone Lv. 2: As before, but better (+67 in-game).
- Quick-Charge Stone Lv. 3: As before, but better (+89 in-game).
- Quick-Charge Stone Lv. 4: As before, but better (+106 in-game).
- Cursed Quick-Charge Stone Lv. 5: Shorters the charge time for charge attacks immensely for Kirby and his buddy (+138), but it will also damage them for half their health. Although continuing their fights and gaining more items, Kirby & co. can heal themselves.
- Recovery Stone
- Recovery Stone Lv. 1: Raises the power of recovery items a little for Kirby and his buddy (+64 in-game).
- Recovery Stone Lv. 2: As before, but better (+85).
- Recovery Stone Lv. 3: As before, but better (+106).
- Recovery Stone Lv. 4: As before, but better (+132).
- Cursed Recovery Stone Lv. 5: Raises the power of recovery items immensely (+158) for Kirby and his buddy, but it will also damage them for half their health. Although continuing their fights and gaining more items, Kirby & co. can heal themselves.
- Ghost Stone
- Ghost Stone Lv. 1: Let's Kirby become a ghost a little faster, and his health increases a little moe than normal after reviving (+25 in-game). It also increases his speed as a ghost.
- Ghost Stone Lv. 2: As before, but better (+38 in-game).
- Ghost Stone Lv. 3: As before, but better (+50 in-game).
- Ghost Stone Lv. 4: As before, but better (+75 in-game).
- Cursed Ghost Stone Lv. 5: Let's Kirby become a ghost immensely faster and have immensely more health after reviving, but it will also damage him for half his health. Although continuing his fights and gaining more items, Kirby can heal himself.
- Attack Stone
- Stickers: Bestow certain effects, using the same sticker more than once increase the scale further. The descriptions are given as if 1 use per item was used.
- Crackler Sticker: Multiplies the attack power of a Crackler by 2.
- Explosives Sticker: Multiplies the attack power of Timed Dynamite and Bombers against enemies by 2.
- Extension Sticker: Extends the remaining time for a battle by 20 seconds; this are Game Mechanics.
- Quick-Cheer Sticker: Reduces by half the time it takes for a successful Cheer dance. It also doubles the dance's attack power.
- Score-Bonus Sticker: Increases the score got from a battle by 10%. This are Game Mechanics.
- Mint Leaf Sticker: Multiplies the attack power of a Mint Leaf by 2.
- Auto-Heal Sticker: Increases the auto-heal after winning a battle by 30 (the base health being 100). The auto-heal after winning may be due to Kirby and his buddy's regenerative abilities, or just Game Mechanics, the latter making this item inapplicable.
- Zap Weapon Sticker: Increases a Zap Weapon's charge speed and doubles its electric attack power.
- Ice Container Breaking Sticker: Helps Kirby break Ice Containers 3 times faster.
- Score Statues: All are Game Mechanics.
- Bronze Score Statue: Increases score by 1,000.
- Silver Score Statue: Increases score by 3,000.
- Gold Score Statue: Increases score by 5,000.
- Anti-Explosion Charm: Greatly reduces the damage from Timed Dynamite and Bombers.
- Anti-Mike Charm: Reduces the damage from enemies using Mike attacks by 75%.
- Anti-Hazard Charm: Reduces the damage from (stage) hazards such as Magma and Springy Hands by 50%. It may be Game Mechanics.
- Anti-Gordo Charm: Reduces damage from Gordo Balls and Gordos thrown by bosses by 75%.
- Auto Guards
- Auto Guard I: Makes Kirby use his Guard technique automatically every so often.
- Auto Guard II: Makes Kirby sometimes use his Guard technique automatically, more often than before.
- Item Selection Plus: Adds an extra item slot in the Item Room, letting Kirby have more items to choose from after finishing a fight.
- Cursed Rings: All of them are said to be cursed.
- Cursed Auto-Heal Ring: It multiplies the auto-healing after a battle by 3, but in return, no food items will appear in it. The food items appearing are Game Mechanics.
- Cursed Attack Ring: Multiplies his attack and that of his buddy by 2, but in return, their maximum health is cut by 66%.
- Cursed Anti-Ghost Ring: Stops enemies, Kirby and his buddy from becoming ghosts.
- Buddy Skill Up: Increases the combat skills of Kirby's buddy, apparently making him stronger too.
Normal Copy Abilities
Abilities that can be acquired through inhaling, can be found in a fair amount of levels, can be taken from level to level, and can be used indefinitely. (Note: Some abilities got combined with others throughout time. Burning became a part of Fire, Freeze became a part of Ice, and Plasma became a part of Spark [though this switched back around in Star Allies]. For that reason, Burning, Freeze, and Plasma won't be listed)
- Rage Slash: Kirby slashes with animal claws. This move has a low range but is powerful. This can also be used to dig horizontally.
- Animal Fury: Kirby jumps onto the opponent and starts furiously clawing at them before jumping off.
- Cling: Kirby uses his claws to cling to a climbable ceiling.
- Cling Slash: Kirby slashes upwards, destroying dirt above him, and moving upwards.
- Shovel Dig: Kirby slashes downwards, digging his way down.
- Drill Spin: Kirby spins like a drill and charges in a chosen direction. Kirby is temporarily invincible while using this move.
- Shot: Kirby fires a single arrow forward.
- Snipe Shot: Kirby fires a more powerful arrow that travels farther.
- Magic-Star Arrow: Kirby fires a powerful, glowing arrow that pierces organic matter (enemies) and explodes against inorganic matter (walls).
- Sharpshooter: Kirby aims his arrow while charging.
- Sky Shot: Kirby fires an arrow at a 90-degree angle above him.
- Sky-Shot Shower: Kirby fires an arrow above him, that splits into more arrows that fall around him.
- Arrow Slash: Kirby uses his arrow as a blade, and lunges and slashes twice in front of him.
- Leaping Quiver: Kirby jumps forward, and fires several arrows diagonally down below him.
- Camouflage: Kirby pulls out one of several pieces of camouflage and hides behind it. It functions as a perfect defense, defending against all hits.
- Hitman: Kirby quickly fires an arrow behind his camouflage, though it leaves him vulnerable during the shot.
- Crawl: Kirby crawls with the camouflage on his back, still using it as camouflage, though he is vulnerable during the crawl.
- Brush Slash: Kirby swings his brush forward, unleashing paint.
- Brush Splash: Kirby springs forward and swings his brush to release a wave of paint.
- Painter: Kirby paints one of his three main friends on an easel, who come to life and attack with a hammer, a sword, and a spear respectively.
- Sculpture: Kirby creates a slab of stone and makes a large sculpture to hold above his head.
- Creative Destruction: Kirby slams the sculpture twice and then once into the ground, destroying the sculpture in the process.
- Paintbrush: Kirby holds the paintbrush in front of him. It then grows several times in size as Kirby swings it, sacrificing the ability and covering everything, including the screen, with paint.
- Capture: Kirby inhales an enemy into his reach, or dashes forward to grab them.
- Throw/Drop: After grabbing them, Kirby flips the enemy in a wrestler-like fashion.
- Ball Transformation: Kirby turns himself into a ball, and bounces around. Kirby is invincible once he has enough momentum, except the instant he hits a wall, and does a lot of damage.
- Inflate: Kirby expands himself enormously, allowing him to float around freely.
- Pop: Kirby explodes, damaging and stunning the enemies in range.
- Beam Whip: Kirby creates a whip made of electricity, and swings it from a 45-degree angle to a negative 45-degree angle. This move goes through walls. This attack becomes longer and stronger with a Beam Scroll.
- Wave Beam: Kirby charges and fires a blast that blows through enemies (in that it goes through them), and can attack some larger enemies twice. As a Beam Mage, this move can put an enemy in a localized time-stop.
- Capture Beam: Kirby grabs an enemy with his beam, and throws them, doing massive damage.
- Cycle Beam: Kirby dashes forward and fires a spiral of blue energy orbs. Kirby can also make the technique shorter but stronger and hit more.
- Beam Blast: Kirby jumps into the air and fires small energy bolts both, in front of him and diagonally below him, and gives Kirby slightly more air time.
- Revolution Beam: Kirby suspends himself in midair and rotates the beam from his rod in a circle. This can be done indefinitely.
- Horn Upper: Kirby slashes his big horn upwards.
- Horn Flurry: Kirby quickly slashes his horn upwards many times.
- Rocket Horn: Kirby quickly lunges forward, skewing all in his way. He then throws off the impaled enemies.
- Rocket Horn Dive: Kirby, during a Rocket Horn, flies upwards and back a little in a circle, slamming the skewered enemies on the ground.
- Spiral Horn: Kirby spins around, sucking all enemies nearby into the tornado and slashing them with the horn. Kirby is invincible while using this move.
- Catching Horn: Kirby skewers the enemy on the horn, rendering them helpless.
- Carry Around: Kirby simply carries the enemy on his horn, and walks around.
- Quick Throw: Kirby throws the enemy off of his horn after a Catching Horn.
- Throw Drop: Kirby takes the skewered enemy, jumps high into the air, and slams them against the ground.
- Crown Drop: Kirby takes the skewered enemy and does a double backflip, slamming them on the ground twice.
- Slamming Drill: Kirby, after a Catching Horn, spins the enemy on the ground in a drill-like fashion.
- Hover Wing: Kirby uses his beetle wings to hover in the air, going higher if he so desires. The wings do damage.
- Ring-Ding: Kirby shakes his bells in front of him, releasing sound waves that do damage.
- Ring-Ding-Dong: Kirby waves both of his bells to create sound waves at a faster pace, and has increasing sound and pitch if he's hitting an enemy.
- Ding Finale: During Ring-Ding-Dong, Kirby jumps and shakes both of his bells, releasing sound waves to the left and right. The sound waves bounce off of walls.
- Quick Finale: Identical to Ding Finale, but doesn't require to be done during Ring-Ding-Dong, though its harder to execute because of it.
- Sting-Ding: Kirby quickly spins around and springs up while rattling the bells, allowing him to create two large sound waves to his left and right.
- Twin-Tinker: Kirby slides across the ground and hurls his bells in front and behind him. The bells travel in an upward curve and bounce off of walls.
- Tinker Melody: Kirby draws his bells towards himself, charging a bit. Upon releasing, sound notes fly all around. Kirby is rendered temporarily invincible during the execution of the move.
- Bell Block: Kirby hides under an enlarged bell that used to be his hat. If the bell is hit with an attack, the bell will emit sound waves, doing damage to those hit by them.
- Floating Ring-Ding: Kirby spins bells to the left and right of him while floating on water.
- Underwater Ring-Ding: Same, but underwater.
- Ready Bomb: Kirby creates a bomb out of thin air and holds it/aims it to throw. Kirby can briefly charge the bomb to increase the distance in which he throws it, the size of its explosion and its power.
- Throw Bomb: Kirby throws the bomb. It explodes on contact.
- Drop Bomb: Kirby drops a bomb on an enemy, stunning them until it explodes.
- Bomb Set: Kirby places a bomb right in front of him. This has a delayed explosion.
- Bomb Bowl: Kirby rolls a bomb straight in front of him. The bomb is unaffected by gravity.
- Bomb Slide: Kirby does a sweep with the bomb in his hand. The bomb will be set on the ground, though it will automatically explode on contact with an enemy.
- Bubble Beam: Kirby releases a stream of bubbles from his wand, turning enemies into bubbles themselves, though the bubbles are filled with abilities best fitting the enemy in question, for Kirby to store in his stomach.
- Big Bubble: Kirby charges a bit, and releases a larger bubble that curves and transmutes enemies into bubbles.
- Somersault: Kirby leaps forward, damaging any enemies in the way, and springs back to his original position.
- Backsault: Similar to the above ability but backward. Additionally, Kirby doesn't spring back to his original position.
- Fire-Hoop Jump: A flaming hoop appears above and in front of Kirby, and he jumps through it, catching fire and rolling upon landing on the other side of it. Kirby is invincible throughout this move.
- Ball Balance:Kirby balances on a spinning ball. Kirby can also move a small distance upon using it. Kirby is invincible throughout the duration.
- Baton: Kirby juggles purple batons above his head. Kirby can move a small distance during this move.
- Fire Baton: A continuation of Baton. The attack gets stronger the longer it goes, and the batons catch fire.
- Trampoline: Kirby jumps on a small blue trampoline that appears under him in a straight vertical line, dealing continual damage.
- Acrobatics: During a Trampoline attack, Kirby continues to leap in the air. The aforementioned trampoline does damage if it falls on an enemy.
- Balloon Pop Art: Kirby blows up a balloon until it pops, doing damage.
- Sweep: Kirby sweeps in front of him. The broom used for sweeping and dust from the sweeping both do damage. This can also be used to clean and uncover secrets.
- Sweep and Move: Kirby walks while sweeping, creating a gust of wind in front of him.
- Broom Flick: Kirby creates a wider gust of wind in front of himself and sweeps it forward.
- Clean Pitch: Kirby summons his friend Pitch, who turns into a bucket. Kirby then splashes water from him.
- Charged Clean Pitch: Kirby summons his friend Pitch, who turns into a bucket, and charges up so Kirby can splash more water from him.
- Clean Nago: Kirby turns into a cloth and summons his friend Nago, who pushes him forward.
- Clean Chuchu: Kirby summons his friend ChuChu, who's flying above him on a broom, protecting them with a gust of wind. The bristles also create Star Bubbles.
- Analyze Beam: Kirby uses a strange light to scan an enemy, replacing Copy power with that of the scanned enemy. It's basically his inhale, without the strain or small drawbacks of inhaling.
- Angel Arrow: Kirby fires a single arrow forward. It can be aimed.
- Arrow Acrimony: Kirby charges the arrow, and it's shot at a much higher speed. It can be aimed.
- Arrow Judgement: Kirby charges the arrow fully, and three powerful arrows in a tight spread come out instead of one. It can be aimed.
- Heavenly Wrath: Requires an Ability Scroll. Kirby fires three arrows just like in Arrow Judgement, but it doesn't need to be charged, and the arrows are faster and unaffected by gravity.
- Flight: Kirby uses his little wings to hover and fly around.
- Cutter Boomerang: Kirby tosses the blade on his hat forward, and it flies back after a short distance. If it misses Kirby, it flies backwards indefinitely (Kirby gets a new blade on his hat immediately after the initial throw). Using the Copy Scroll for this ability allows this move to glow blue, grow larger and more powerful, and pass through enemies and some walls. Kirby can also choose to use the front half of his body as the cutter, but the move homes onto Kirby (for obvious reasons) on the return, and Kirby can do nothing but move (can't attack, fly, or other)
- Hyper Boomerang: Kirby charges his blade until it enlarges and glows, and then throws it with more power. This move also bounces off of walls, if not made to return to Kirby's grasp.
- Cutter Dash: Kirby dashes forward, using his boomerang blade as a sword.
- Sweep Cutter Kirby throws a Cutter Boomerang like normal, but holds out another one while doing so, causing extra damage to anyone in melee range.
- Cutter Drop: Kirby holds his cutter in front of him as he falls down damaging enemies. By dashing in midair the attack goes slightly faster.
- Cleaving Cutter: Kirby attacks enemies too close to comfort with his boomerang blade used as a sword.
- Final Cutter: One of most known move for Kirby's copy abilities, due to it being his Recovery Move in the Smash Bros. series. Kirby slashes thrice in front of him with his blade used as a sword again, but then leaps upwards and brings it down, creating a powerful shockwave. Every part of this move does massive damage.
- Bouncing Capsule: Kirby throws a bouncing pill in front of him.
- Pill Bopper: Kirby charges a bit, and throws out bouncing pills in all directions.
- Science Lab: Kirby takes a little bit of time to create a concoction, resulting in either a fire, lightning, ice, or occasionally healing medicine. If Kirby takes too long, it explodes, and while the explosion does damage to enemies, it leaves Kirby temporarily vulnerable.
- Research Vault: Kirby can choose to store the aforementioned concoction for later. Kirby glows the color of the medicine if so.
- Spray Medicine: Kirby sprays a rainbow colored liquid above him from a syringe.
- Bandage Spin: Kirby spins in the air damaging enemies around him, wielding bandages for increased range.
- Clipboard Dash: Kirby rams in front of him, using a clipboard as both, a battering ram, and a shield.
- Pharmacy: Kirby throws three pills from a bottle in midair.
- Healing Area: As Doctor Healmore, Kirby can release medicine that heals allies that step on it. The amount varies on how long it's charged. It disappears after a short while.
- Bouncing Capsule: Kirby throws a pill that bounces.
- Flash Spark: After brief moments of preparation Kirby creates a yellow potion that shoots out balls of electricity. Similar to Science Lab, but potions are determined by charge time, and spark projectiles follow a straight path, not falling. Kirby will hold the flask above his head until releasing it, acting similar to Research Vault.
- Sleeping Gas: After brief moments of preparation Kirby drops a purple potion that creates a blue haze that causes opponents to fall asleep.
- Remedy: After brief moments of preparation Kirby drinks a teal potion that heals some (25% in-game) of his maximum health.
- Clipboard Bash: Kirby dashes forward with a clipboard in front of him.
- Psychokinesis: Kirby creates a bubble of psychic energy that explodes immediately.
- PK Shift: Kirby creates a bubble of psychic energy that can move around. It detonates either when Kirby wants it to, when it can no longer sustain itself, or it hits an enemy twice.
- PK Electroshift: PK Shift, but the bubble is bigger and electric and doesn't detonate after hitting an enemy twice.
- Vanish/Reappear: Kirby vanishes into thin air as long as he wants. He can reappear near an enemy, doing damage with psychic waves that are released from his emergence.
- PK Evade: When the enemy is about to attack, Kirby quickly disappears, and a bubble of psychic energy takes his place, doing damage. This attack functions as a type of precognition.
- PK Insight: Just as the enemy is about to hit Kirby, Kirby quickly disappears, replacing himself with a larger, more powerful bubble of psychic energy, doing damage. This also functions as a type of precognition.
- Vulcan Jab: Kirby releases a flurry of weak consecutive jabs, with each punch releasing a shockwave. Kirby can add upper-kicks and falling chops into the mix, and/or let the move go on indefinitely.
- Smash Punch: Kirby throws a powerful overhead punch, releasing a wave of energy from his fist.
- Force Blast: Kirby puts his hands behind him like he was preparing for a Kamehameha. He releases a ball of energy that travels forward, and it gets stronger and larger depending on how long it's charged, and has three forms: Force Blast, Mega Force Blast, and Giga Force Blast. The Giga Force Blast does fire damage. Kirby can instantly perform the Mega Force Blast without charging, but it requires skill (in game, it requires the input for a Hadouken in Street Fighter). This version is called the Instant Mega Force Blast.
- Leg Sweep: Kirby slides across the ground with his foot extended, doing more damage than his normal slide kick, but still rather weak, however fast. Kirby is invulnerable during the execution of the move.
- Spin Kick: Kirby does a whirlwind kick, and is temporarily invincible during the attack.
- Somersault Kick: Kirby performs a running somersault kick to anyone too close to him.
- Down Kick: Kirby uses downwards momentum to kick an opponent from above, bouncing off of them, giving him a chance to use this move again and again or follow up with something else.
- Sky Kick: Same as Down Kick, but Kirby drops to the ground at a quicker pace.
- Moon Somersault Kick: Kirby performs a Somersault Kick in midair, leaving behind a crescent shaped flash even after the move is finished. Kirby is temporarily invincible during this move.
- Double Kick:As Kirby falls he preforms a kick and then he fires off a second kick, complete with an energy wave.
- Rising Break: Kirby uses a powerful leaping uppercut that coats him in energy (it's a Shoryuken). Kirby is rendered invincible for the duration of the attack.
- Foe Grab: Kirby grabs a nearby enemy.
- Arm Throw: Kirby takes his grabbed enemy and tosses/punches him forward.
- Juudou Throw: Kirby takes his grabbed enemy and throws them behind him.
- Aerial Spin Kick: Kirby performs a whirlwind kick forward a small distance. In midair, he performs it stationary.
- Energy Blast:Kirby shoots an energy blast that requires less time to charge as his health depletes. The lower Kirby's health, the more powerful the blast. Kirby instantly fires the blast at max power if his health is dangerously low. The Copy Scroll makes the move achieve maximum power without being at low health.
- Air Drop: Kirby takes an enemy high in the air and slams them onto the ground.
- Fire Breath: Kirby blows fire breath from his mouth that can be tilted.
- Spinning Fire Breath: Kirby spins in midair, blowing fire from his mouth.
- Flaming Inferno: Kirby combusts himself into a living fireball, doing massive damage to all who come in contact with him.
- Burn: Kirby cloaks himself in flames and dashes forward. This is slightly stronger in the air. Kirby can also choose to drop flames during this attack's dash phase, leaving a burning hazard for foes.
- Searing Burn: Kirby stops his Burn attack short to create an explosion with that leftover energy.
- Fireball Spin: Kirby spins like a wheel in midair before self-combusting. If the move is still in progress when he hits the ground, he rolls forward a bit, and can even go up walls.
- Blazing Flare: Kirby spits a small flame to create a roadblock. Kirby can make the flame bigger and bigger if he desires.
Note: When copied from a target, Kirby can discard the Copy Ability to become corporeal again. He can't do that when defeated or dead after he turned into Ghost Kirby.
- Possess: Kirby charges forward and possesses an enemy if he comes in contact with them. All damage taken goes to the enemy.
- Erase: Kirby puts the possessed enemy (an anyone the possessed enemy is holding) under his cloak, erasing them from existence.
- Attack: Kirby throws a punch or two, or tackles. If this move hits, it brings Kirby back to life, and the target takes some damage. Kirby is invincible for a short time after revival.
- Vanish: Kirby can render himself intangible, invisible, and invincible as long as he wants, but he can't attack for that time.
- Hammer Nail: Kirby pounds his hammer downwards.
- Giant Hammer: Kirby charges the hammer, and it grows massive. It flattens all who are underneath its pound.
- Hammer Swing: Kirby swings his hammer around him in a spin. Kirby is invincible during this move, and this move can deflect projectiles.
- Giant Swing: Kirby swings himself and the hammer in the air in a 360 degree motion vertically.
- Ultra Giant Swing: Same as the giant swing, but Kirby does it quicker and twice.
- Hammer Flip: Kirby charges his hammer until it's on fire, and then swings it upwards. This is one of Kirby's most damaging normal moves.
- Hammer Throw: Kirby sacrifices his weapon and ability for one last (powerful) attack. After doing a Hammer Swing, he throws the hammer full force, doing instant massive damage to any enemy in its path.
- Triple Hammer: Kirby charges the hammer and swings it three times, each hit more powerful than the last.
- Hammer Twirl: Kirby holds the hammer's head below him and twirls it to perform rapid damage. This move can be used in the air and on the ground. Kirby is invincible during this attack, and touching him will damage enemies just as much as the hammer itself.
- Hi-Jump: Kirby is propelled into the air, aided by a small explosion beneath his feet.
- Rocket Hi-Jump: Kirby charges and is propelled into the air with a blue force field around him and a bigger explosion.
- Mega Hi-Jump: Kirby charges more and is propelled into the air with an orange force field around him. The explosion is smoky.
- Rocket Dive: Kirby falls downward with a blue force field around him.
- Ice Breath: Kirby breathes ice in front of him, freezing enemies and items on contact. Said things can be kicked as projectiles afterwards. With an Ability Scroll, this can be angled. Kirby can also choose to use this move and spin around in place.
- Freezer Blizzard: Kirby huddles down and creates a forcefield of freezing aura, freezing anyone who comes in contact with it solid. Kirby can't move during this move.
- Ice Sprinkle: Kirby spins in midair while breathing his ice breath, still freezing all.
- Super Ice Sprinkle: The same, but Kirby spins more, and the move hits more.
- Ice Suction/Ice Ejection: Kirby inhales an enemy into his mouth, freezing them on the inside. He then spits them out as a block of ice.
- Ice Ball: Kirby turns into a ball of ice that rolls around and explodes after a while.
- Ice Block: Kirby hides in an ice cube.
- Ice Scatter: Kirby comes out of the ice cube, blowing it up in the process. The shrapnel of the ice does splash damage to nearby enemies.
Note: The exhaust from all of these attacks do fire damage.
- Store Power: Kirby charges up the jet's energy, and can store it.
- Somersault: Kirby does a quick moon kick that hits an enemy from above.
- Jet Kick: Kirby lunges forward propelling himself with the jet with his foot extended, kicking enemies.
- Jet Dive: Kirby dives forward, plowing into enemies.
- Jet Dash: At full charge, Kirby dashes into enemies headfirst.
- Jet Cracker: Kirby stops himself short during a Jet Dash, and the excess energy creates an explosion in front of him.
- Jet Blow: Kirby gets enemies caught up in the jet thruster and blows them out of the back, sending them into other enemies.
- Rocket Dive: Kirby grabs an enemies. He then takes the enemy in a loop and throws them into the ground, kicking them away after that.
- Hover: Kirby uses the afterburn to keep him midair.
- Ultra-jet Jump: At full charge, Kirby launches himself at high speed into the air. The fire from the thruster is massive.
- Laser Blast: Kirby fires a laser that can bounce off of slopes.
- Big Laser Blast: Kirby fires a normal laser, and then immediately fires a bigger laser. This move requires an Ability Scroll.
- Leaf Attack: Kirby throws leaves in front of him that rise at an approximate 30 degree angle.
- Leaf Tornado: Kirby spins, and leaves surround him like a tornado.
- Leaf Scatter: Kirby ends the Leaf Tornado, scattering the leaves everywhere.
- Leaf Dance: Kirby dashes with leaves surrounding him.
- Leaf Hide: A special guard where Kirby hides in his own leaves, rendering him invincible.
- Leaf Uppercut: Kirby conjures up a column of leaves to strike enemies quickly, powerfully, and accurately.
- Leaf Rain: Kirby throws leaves downwards, and can be used to carpet bomb grounded enemies, given that it can be done in succession.
- Roulette: Everything stops as a roulette spins. It stops on Kirby's command or randomly if left to linger. ? gives a random copy ability, 1-UP is obvious, Cherry turns all enemies into food, Invincibility Candy gives Kirby one, and Galaxia summons Meta Knight to slash all enemies on screen. Kirby loses the ability after using this move.
- Doves: Kirby takes off his hat and three doves fly out of it, damaging all who they come in contact with.
- Card Trick: Kirby throws three sharp cards forwards.
- Clown Spring: Kirby lowers his hat, and a clown head springs out. It hops around a bit before returning to the hat.
Note: Kirby is naturally invincible in this form, to an obvious extent, at the cost of lowering flight helpfulness.
- Ground Pound: Kirby ground pounds.
- Ball: Kirby turns into a metal sphere that can roll around. Requires an Ability Scroll.
- None: Kirby has no new moves. He can't even use his base ones. He's just small. The plus side is that he can get into small places.
- Mirror Cut: Kirby swings his scepter down.
- Reflect Force: Kirby sends out multiple mirror like objects from his scepter, cutting enemies and reflecting attacks.
- Mirror Body: Kirby splits in two and reforms shortly after, damaging enemies that come in contact with either of the two Kirbys. One Kirby will come out in the direction the player is moving, and the other Kirby will go the opposite direction.
- Reflect Guard: Kirby shields, which creates a barrier that reflects all ranged attacks that come in contact with it. The barrier breaks after time, but can be reformed instantly.
- Mirror Body-Sky: Kirby splits into five, forming a vertical line upwards, damaging enemies who come into contact with any of the Kirbys.
- Mirror Body-Wheel: Kirby splits into seven, with the original in the center and six around him. This move damages enemies which come into contact with any of the Kirbys.
- Launch/Explode: Kirby turns into a missile, and explodes on contact with anything.
- Needle: Multiple spikes come out of Kirby.
- Needle Burst: Kirby shoots spikes from his hat.
- Rolling Needle: Kirby rollsaround at high speed while covered in needles.
- Mega Needle: Kirby's hat turns into a large needle, shooting straight up.
- Falling Spine: Kirby flips upside-down, sticking one large spike and several smaller spikes straight down.
- Kunai Throw: Kirby throws a kunai in front of him. This can be done in an absurdly rapid succession.
- Quad Shock: Kirby swings a knife downwards, and if it made contact with an enemy, he swings it back upwards, creating a powerful shockwave.
- Stealth Slash: Kirby quickly lunges forward and slashes with his katana. This move is so fast that it leaves afterimages.
- Air Drop: The original of the air drop moves. Kirby grabs an enemy and brings them high into the air, before slamming them onto the ground.
- Ninja Kick: Kirby does a downwards kick from midair, and if he retains his midair stance, it can be used in succession.
- Hide Guard: After taking a hit, Kirby becomes invisible. When he reappears, a powerful explosion ensues.
- Shuriken Throw: Basically kunai throw, but with shurikens. It's slower but stronger.
- Elemental Jutsu: Kirby builds up power around himself, before punching the ground and releasing fireballs everywhere for major damage.
- Smoke Screen: Kirby releases a smoke bomb, doing damage and hiding Kirby in the process.
- Blossom Storm: Kirby abruptly rises up and, with a fan in hand, swings downwards to conjure a plantation of cherry blossoms. Both his fan and the blossoms abruptly damage enemies before fading.
- Parasol Swing: Kirby swings his parasol in front of him, doing damage, and also releasing a little bit of water. Kirby can continue to hold it out in front of him as a shield. With an Ability Scroll, damaging stars will emerge from the parasol.
- Drift: Kirby's parasol slows his descent. Kirby can close the parasol to get rid of the effect, and reopen it to return the effect.
- Parasol Dive: Kirby dives downwards, parasol first, damaging enemies in the way.
- Circus Throw: Kirby takes an enemy and bounces them on his parasol before throwing them. This move does a surprising amount of damage.
- Parasol Drill: Kirby races forwards, spinning his parasol in front of him like a drill.
- Parasol Twirl: Kirby twirls the parasol underneath him, gaining invincibility from attacks and heavily damaging enemies that come into contact with him.
- Sticky Toxin: Kirby spits out a poison ball that leaves a puddle of corrosive acid.
- Toxic Tower: Kirby shoots toxic liquid upwards. This can be tilted in a Tilted Toxic Tower.
- Toxic Slide: Kirby surfs on a wave of poison, leaving puddles of acid in its wake. Both, the wave and the puddle do damage
- Toxic Smog: Kirby exhales a smog that damages all who come in contact with it. It does not disappear for long time.
- Poison Pummel/Toxic Swamp: Kirby uses a flurry of poison jabs (Poison Pummel), and leaps into the air, before bringing it down in a splash of poison (Toxic Swamp).
- Toxic Ball: Kirby throws a ball of poisonous liquid that bounces around before exploding.
- Doze off: A rather useless ability. Kirby falls asleep for a short while, rendering him vulnerable for attack. However, Kirby can pass this off via contact, and with an Ability Scroll, this can have Kirby heal quite a bit while asleep.
- Early Wake: Kirby's sleep bubble grows larger and larger until it pops, waking Kirby up. The sleep bubble does minor damage.
In Kirby Battle Royale, Kirby has a much wider variety fo moves.
- Pillow Attack: Kirby swings a pillow in front of him.
- Pillow Uppercut: Kirby follows up by swinging his pillow upwards.
- Pillow Takedown: Kirby finishes by slamming his pillow down, which deals a knockdown to the opponent.
- Spinning Pillow Dive: Kirby spins around, extending his pillow outwards, doing damage to anybody who gets hit. The move not only is a good attacking move but also provides good coverage.
- Burst Bubble: Kirby builds up a large sleep bubble bigger than him, which detaches from Kirby and slowly travels across, exploding upon contact with an enemy for massive damage. The move lasts a long while.
- Nighty Nightcap: Kirby pulls out a green nightcap not unlike his own and puts it on an opponent's head, which puts them to sleep, leaving them vulnerable.
- Sweet Dreams: Kirby falls asleep and dreams of eating cake, healing himself in the process. Unlike Doze Off, Kirby can instantly leave his sleep state.
- Vulcan Jab: Kirby punches multiple times, and the move leaves shockwaves. See the Fighter tab.
- Final Cutter: Kirby rises upwards with a blade before bringing it down in a shockwave. It is important to note that this iteration only uses the rising and falling part of the move, without the initial three slashes. See the Cutter tab.
- Stone: Kirby turns into an invincible stone, pounding into the ground. See the Stone tab.
- Hammer: Kirby swings his hammer powerfully in front of him. It can be charged, and Kirby can move around while charging. See Hammer tab.
- Giant Swing: Kirby spins around in midair with his hammer. See Hammer tab.
- Ultra Giant Swing: Giant Swing, but Kirby spins more and faster. See Hammer tab.
- Twinkle Star: Kirby does a powerful somersault in the air.
- Smash Kick: Kirby charges up before launching himself into a powerful kick. See Fighter tab.
- Air Drop: Kirby grabs an enemy, takes them high into the air, and slams them back into the ground. See Ninja tab.
- Shield: Kirby's guard turns into the bubble shield from the Smash series, but unlike over there, it doesn't shrink.
- Spark: Kirby stops and creates an electric forcefield that hurts all who come in contact with it,and stops most projectiles. He can move with it sometimes, but the forcefield's radius decreases. It has also been stated to paralyze enemies, but this hasn't been shown in combat.
- Charge Power: Kirby charges his static electricity for later attacks.
- Spark Barrier: Enough charged power creates an electric aura that damages and repels those in its radius and makes Kirby invincible.
- Spark Arrow: The result of a short charge. Kirby shoots a weak arrow of electricity at the target.
- Spark Laser: The result of a longer charge. Kirby fires a somewhat quick, mediocre beam of electricity that passes through enemies.
- Spark Wave: The result of a maximum charge. Kirby fires a powerful, fast ball of electricity that goes through everything and homes into targets.
- Thunderbolt: Kirby projects a vertical bolt of lighting upwards from his hat.
- Lightning Strike: Kirby fires a bolt of lightning below him.
- Spear Thrust: Kirby thrusts his spear forward.
- Back Thrust: Kirby thrusts his spear behind him.
- Skyward Thrust: Kirby thrusts his spear above him.
- Moon Drop: Kirby, in midair, flashes his spear and twirls it downwards directly below him.
- Spear Throw: Kirby throws his spear in an arc.
- Spear Barrage: Kirby throws two spears in succession, with varying distances.
- Triple Throw: Kirby charges and throws three spears instead of one with varying distances.
- Multispear Attack: Kirby unleashes a flurry of forward jabs with the spear before finishing with a powerful thrust.
- Spear Copter: Kirby charges, and then spins the spear above his head, making him hover, and shredding all enemies that come in contact with the spear.
- Underwater Thrust: Same as Spear Thrust, but underwater.
- Surface Thrust: Same as Skyward Thrust, but underwater.
- Underwater Downward Thrust: Same as Moon Drop, but underwater.
- String Shot: Kirby fires a bundle of string that encases the enemy in pods on contact.
- Net Work: Kirby charges for a little and creates a web around him, encasing any enemy that comes in contact with it in pods.
- Skyward Web: Kirby creates a needle of web and projects it upwards.
- Web Sling: Kirby dashes and fires a web in front of him, encasing an enemy into a pod on contact.
- Web Scatter: Kirby fires three small webs in front of him, encasing enemies hit in a pod on contact.
- Downward Web: Kirby fires a large web below himself.
- Pod Kick: Kirby kicks the encased enemy forwards, using them as a projectile.
- Pod Slam: Kirby slams the pod in front of him to use an another weapon, and then throws it forward.
- Pod Slamabam: Kirby repeatedly slams the pod from side to side, hurting anyone who gets hit with it in the process. Kirby then throws the pod forward to get rid of it.
- Pod Guard: Kirby encases himself in a pod. The pod has a defense mechanism in which it ejects web spikes if an enemy makes any sort of contact with it. An enemy that's too close to it when Kirby drops the guard takes damage as well.
- Jab: Kirby jabs his staff forward.
- Up Jab: Kirby thrusts his staff directly upwards.
- L-R Jab: Kirby holds his staff parallel to the ground while crouching. The staff then extends and does damage to enemies on both sides of Kirby.
- Raging Staff: Kirby spins his staff around him and finishes with slamming the staff in front of him.
- Pole Vault: From the air, Kirby thrusts his staff beneath him. Once it lands on the ground, Kirby stores energy to pole vault. Kirby will go farther the longer he stores energy.
- Unrelenting Staff: After Pole Vaulting, Kirby speedily thrusts his staff diagonally downwards, finishing with a single powerful thrust.
- Long Jab: Kirby runs forward and thrusts his staff out in front of him, elongating it slightly so it has more reach than a normal Jab.
- Super Long Jab: Kirby charges a bit and then extends his staff forwards with increased reach.
- Spinning Staff: Kirby lets go of his staff, which spins upwards like a helicopter before it stops ascending and vanishes back to Kirby's hand.
- Staff Counter: Right before getting hit, Kirby quickly spins the staff around his head, damaging enemies around him and avoiding damage.
- Wet Jab: Kirby thrusts his staff in front of him while underwater.
- Wet Up Jab: Kirby thrusts his staff upwards while underwater.
- Wet Down Jab: Kirby thrusts his staff directly below him while underwater.
- Stone Change: Kirby transforms into an invincible stone with varying and interesting appearances, slamming onto enemies. Kirby can choose to slowly move around as a slightly larger than normal stone version of his normal self.
- Change Back: Kirby burst out of stone form with a small explosion.
- Turbo Stone: Kirby turns into stone while dashing, ramming into enemies as a stone.
- Heavy Smash: Kirby takes longer to transforms, and spins, but turns into a larger stone and his drops create shockwaves.
- Stone Uppercut: Kirby turns his hand into a stone human hand and uppercuts the opponent.
- Mighty Uppercut: Kirby charges up Stone Uppercut before transforming.
- Dash Grab: Kirby dashes at an opponent and picks them up. If Kirby starts off dashing, he can use a Turbo Dash Grab to go faster and farther. This is the prerequisite to lead into the following.
- Torrent Lariat: Kirby holds the grabbed enemy in front of him and uppercuts them, having them go in a backwards arc.
- Body Slam: Kirby throws his victim onto the ground directly in front of him, bouncing them upwards.
- Pile Driver: Kirby leaps forward and smashes his enemy into the ground.
- Rock Drop: Kirby makes a huge jump, holding the target over his head. At the climax of the jump, Kirby flips so that the target is below him, then slams it into the ground.
- German Suplex: Kirby flips backwards and smashes the grabbed object/foe against the ground, sending them backward.
- Back Breaker: Kirby hops in place, breaking the enemy on his shoulder, and tosses them to the side.
- Air Body Slam: In midair, Kirby throws the opponent upwards.
- Plunge Body Slam: In midair, Kirby throws the target into the ground, where it bounces at a higher angle.
- Fury Stomp: Kirby stomps on the opponent several times in quick succession. This can be done on both, the ground and the air.
- Pinpoint Kick: Kirby kicks straight down from above. This doesn't require a grab at first, and is the only move that doesn't.
- Chop: Kirby slashes with his sword.
- Spin Slash: Kirby charges his sword with energy, and then spins around, sucking in and damaging all enemies in range.
- Uppercut: Kirby does a quick sword motion up.
- Multisword Stab: Kirby slashes with incredibly quick sword swipes that are nigh-impossible to see.
- Final Cutter: Kirby jumps into the air and does a flip, and then comes crashing down with a shockwave. This is identical to the Cutter version, minus the first two sword slashes.
- Sword Spin: Kirby spins himself and the sword in midair.
- Chop & Thrust: Kirby swipes at the opponent in midair, pushing Kirby back a bit, giving him more distance.
- Sword Beam: Kirby swings his sword and a beam comes out.
- Drill Stab: Kirby lunges forward with his sword extended.
- Down Thrust: Kirby drops downwards, impaling all enemies underneath his sword and creates a shockwave upon hitting the ground.
- Upward Slash: Kirby rises with his sword.
- Sword Dive: After an Upward Slash, Kirby spins around and comes down in a diagonal dive with his sword, looking like a variation of Final Cutter.
- Twister Slash: Kirby charges his sword with energy, and does a spin attack while rising in the air.
- Sky Energy Sword: Kirby raises his sword skyward and fills it with energy, and fires a crescent beam of energy from it.
- Inhale: Kirby inhales an enemy into his grabbing range, and picks them up. He then aims them to where he wants to throw and chucks them.
- Tornado Attack: Kirby turns into an invincible cyclone, taking enemies caught up in his windy fury with him. After reading an Ability Scroll with a new technique in it, his Tornado Attack could now be infused with fiery or icy terrain Kirby may run over when using the attack, allowing him to burn or freeze targets on contact.
- Whirlwind Spin: Kirby uses wind in a spin attack, sending those caught up in it upwards.
- Rising Gust: Kirby launches a small cyclone from his crown upwards.
- Falling Gust: Kirby whips up a small tornado and fires it downwards.
- Hyper Tornado After a Tornado Attack, Kirby extends the wind from the cyclone into a bigger, but shorter lasting tornado, doing heavy damage.
- Chain Beam: Kirby fires a beam identical to the basic Beam attack.
- Smart Beam: Kirby fires a ricocheting laser beam after charging very lightly.
- Heat Beam: Kirby charges a bit more to fire a stronger laser beam that doesn't ricochet.
- Piercing Heat Beam: Kirby charges even more to fire an electric energy beam that can go through walls.
- Heat Cannon: Kirby charges to maximum and fires a Piercing Heat Beam in front of him, two Heat Beams to the side at 45 and -45 degree angles respectively, and a Heat Beam directly behind.
- Unidentified Flight: Kirby disappears and reappears many times in a zigzag pattern.
- Mystery Catch: Kirby uses a tractor beam to drag an enemy into himself. The enemy disappears without a trace.
- Star Guard: A ball of electric energy orbits around Kirby.
- Wave Attack: Kirby shoots a pulse of water that travels along the ground.
- Surf: Kirby surfs on a wave of water, allowing him to travel over water and fire without flying.
- Wave Surf: Kirby raises his wave for Surf to deal damage and be rendered temporarily invulnerable.
- Geyser: Kirby projects a column of water straight up from his crown.
- Fountain Hover: Kirby faces the ground and spits water downwards, which makes him hover off the ground.
- Water Crown: Kirby splashes damaging water at his feet.
- Rainbow Rain: Kirby crouches, then projects a sphere of water around him and ends with a rainbow flourish.
- Enhanced Water Gun: Kirby's underwater-exclusive Water Gun attack is increased in power and range.
- Dash: Kirby dashes forward at high speeds as an invincible wheel. After reading an Ability Scroll with a new technique in it, his Dash could now be infused with fiery, icy or electric terrain Kirby may run over when using the attack, allowing him to burn, freeze or electrocute targets on contact.
- Turn Jump: Kirby hops and turns, which renders him vulnerable.
- Brake: Kirby stops rolling.
- Slow Down: Kirby slows down, which renders himself vulnerable.
- Downshift: Kirby drills downwards from the air, and continues rolling.
- Rocket Start: Kirby charges up, and dashes forward with even more power and speed.
- Soaring Jump: During a rocket start, Kirby has himself soar through the air, doing flips.
- Whip Strike: Kirby cracks his whip in front of him.
- 100-Whip Slap: Kirby swings his whip for a flurry of strikes.
- Ceiling Strike: Kirby cracks his whip upwards.
- Jump Strike: Kirby leaps into the air and sends his whip at a -45 degree angle.
- 100-Whip Dash: Kirby dashes while twirling his whip speedily.
- Whip Tornado: Kirby uses his whip to create a vortex, and the whip grabs in all it can to damage.
- Whip Grab: Kirby latches onto an enemy with his whip. This leads to Lash moves.
- Front Lash: Kirby throws the enemy hard on the ground, having them bounce away.
- Double Lash: Kirby slams the enemy on the ground twice, though they bounce away less.
- Back Lash: Kirby turns around and throws the enemy that way instead.
- High Lash: Kirby throws the enemy really far upwards.
- Feather Gun: Kirby fires sharp feathers.
- Condor Head: Kirby dashes forward in a headbutt.
- Combo Bomb: Kirby ends his Condor Head early and slams onto the ground in a more powerful downwards electric divebomb.
- Combo Dive: Kirby ends his Condor Head early and slams onto the ground in a more powerful downwards diagonal electric divebomb.
- Bomber Heading: Kirby dives straight down, head first, creating electric shockwaves upon hitting the ground.
- Condor Dive: Same as Bomber Heading, but diagonally down instead of straight down.
- Toss: Kirby tosses an enemy upwards, setting them up for an attack.
- Shuttle Loop: After tossing, Kirby spins around the enemy in a loop before throwing, doing massive damage.
- Flap: Kirby flaps his wings to fly as easy as he ever could without a vehicle. The wings do small damage.
- Gust Roll: Kirby does a barrel roll, disorienting all in range.
- Chop: Swings his arm horizontally in front of him.
- Chop Barrage - Final Chop: Performs two additional chops before performing a spin ending with a strong backhanded swipe.
- Launcher Lariat: Charges up and then performs an upward-swinging lariat. Kirby can hold the move indefinitely and can turn around while charging. Kirby slides forward while performing the attack. This attack sends opponents upward.
- Rolling Sobat: Spins and performs a kick in front of him in mid-air.
- Headbutt: Pulls his head back and then swings it forward.
- Flying Dropkick: Performs a spinning dropkick.
- Wrestler Pinpoint Kick: While mid-air, he drops down with both feet extended underneath him.
- Wrestler Fury Stomp: As before, but landing on a target. Kirby will kick it many times.
- Meteor Plancha: Jumps upward while performing a backflip, then dives diagonally downward.
- Bouncing Meteor Plancha: Jumps off the wall while performing a backflip, then dives diagonally downward.
- Tackle Grab: Dashes forward and grabs a foe if one is within his reach.
- Lift: Grabs and lifts a foe if one is directly in front of him.
- Blazing Back Breaker: Jumps upward and slams the grabbed foe against his back, punctuated with flames.
- Megaton Slam: Spins around before slamming the grabbed foe into the ground, punctuated with flames.
- Air Suplex: Jumps high upward before quickly falling backward upside-down before slamming the grabbed foe into the ground, punctuated by a lightning bolt.
- Giant Swing: Rapidly spins around before throwing the grabbed foe.
- Rolling Breaker: Jumps in the air and performs rapidly flips before slamming the grabbed foe.
- Flying Grab: Jumps upward and grabs a foe if one is within his reach.
- Ultra Back Breaker: Twirls around and slams the grabbed foe against his back, punctuated with flames.
- Air Corkscrew: Spins and throws the grabbed foe diagonally downward.
- Yo-yo Throw: Kirby throws his yo-yo, damaging all who make contact.
- Break Spin: Kirby spins on his head, dealing damage to those who touch him. If done in the air, he does more damage and has more momentum.
- Yo-yo Up: Kirby throws his yo-yo upwards.
- Yo-yo Down: Kirby throws his yo-yo in a downwards arc.
- Yo-yo Orbit: Kirby spins his yo-yo in a circle around himself.
- Hammer Drop: Kirby grabs an enemy and slams them into the ground with his yo-yo.
- Gazer Spiral: Kirby spins around in the air, using his yo-yo as a weapon and a pole, and has two orbiting damaging stars spinning with him.
- Walk the Dog: Kirby spins his yo-yo directly in front of him, the yo-yo staying in the same place.
- Dog Walker: During Walk the Dog, Kirby moves around with the yo-yo, and the yo-yo stays the same distance from Kirby at all times.
Robobot Armor Modes
Abilities that can only be used when done with the Robobot Armor. All of these abilities are far more powerful than their normal counterparts. All Armor Modes can hover at least slightly, while others can outright fly.
- Zig Zap: The armor releases a ball of electricity that bounces along the ground.
- Big Zap: The armor charges up before releasing a bigger, faster, more powerful ball of electricity.
- Zip Zap: The armor releases a ball of electricity from the air that bounces higher once it hits the ground.
This mode can fly freely.
- Frequent Fire: The jet armor fires out several rapid-fire shots forward.
- Missile Salvo: The jet armor fires two missiles forward.
- Missile Spread: The jet armor fires four missiles; two normal missiles and one large missile forward and another large missile backward.
- Flip Flight: The jet armor boosts forward invincibly for a few seconds before moving back again.
Absurdly strong versions of a few normal abilities only acquired through special, powered up versions of enemies. This has a time limit.
- Flare Beam: Kirby fires a ball of electricity that can be maneuvered and dispersed.
- Grand Hammer: Kirby enlarges his hammer and performs a powerful overhead swing, smashing it on the ground beneath him, generating a shock wave. Moves objects down one unit.
- Hammer Plus: Kirby enlarges his hammer into a festive, multi-colored form and slams it on the ground, creating larger shock waves and pounding objects down two units.
- Super Hammer Plus: Kirby enlarges his hammer into a golden, star-studded monstrosity before smashing it on the ground, generating a massive shock wave and pounding objects down by three units.
- Monster Flame: Kirby summons a large, fiery dragon that destroys everything in its path and lights fuses.
- Target Flame: Kirby can make the Monster Flame go upwards or downwards at a slight angle.
- Snow Bowl: Kirby turns into a large snowball that absorbs any enemy that comes in contact with him.
- Snow Attack: Kirby quickly rolls in the direction he's facing, destroying everything in his path.
- Snow Crash: Kirby reverts to his normal self after a large snow explosion.
- Ultra Sword: Kirby sweeps a sword, cutlass, kendo stick, meat cleaver, Galaxia, bluefin tuna, or a golden paper fan in a wide arc in front of him.
Limited Use Abilities
Self-Explanatory. Most of these are known to do severe damage to everything.
- Cook Pot: Enemies are magically forced into Kirby's pot, cooked, and transmuted into food for Kirby's consumption.
- Crash Fireball: A large energy surge engulfs everything, doing severe damage to everything.
- Supernova: Kirby charges, and releases an even more powerful surge of energy.
Mix Abilities (Kirby 64)
In Kirby 64, Kirby could combine abilities to get a myriad of different ones.
Comes from ice and stone. Kirby turns into a stone used for the sport "Curling" to ram into enemies, freezing them.
Comes from double cutter. Kirby throws the front half of his body as a giant spiky boomerang, but it restricts movements.
Comes from double burning. Kirby blazes forward resembling a giant phoenix with increased strength, size, travel range.
Comes from double needle. Kirby extends giant versions of (from clockwise starting at 12 o'clock position) a corkscrew, a pencil, an oddleg caliper, a nail, a bee stinger, a fork, a cactus, and a syringe.
Comes from double spark. Kirby extends a spark forcefield that extends into a bigger one. Those who come into range with that one gets passively bolted by Kirby. Kirby can move, but it'll decrease the range.
Comes from double stone. Kirby transforms into a giant invulnerable stone version of himself that can plow down anything. Sufficiently strong foes can break him out of the form, but Kirby remains unharmed and they take damage from the exploding rock shrapnel.
Comes from bombs and stone. Kirby throws a large stick of dynamite that detonates shortly after in a large explosion and rock shrapnel, and can even damage Kirby if he's not careful.
Comes from spark and stone. Kirby spits out a rock that's electromagnetically connected to Kirby through a stream of electricity, and the rock damages anything it touches.
Comes from needle and bomb. Kirby turns into a gordo, temporarily gaining their invincibility, and eventually explodes, releasing spikes everywhere.
Comes from ice and bomb. Kirby walks around as a snowman, and then blows up, with freezing shrapnel.
Comes from spark and burning. Kirby rubs a towel on his head until it ignites through static electricity. Kirby then runs around invincibly, but in agony.
Comes from burning and cutter. Kirby spits out a giant flaming sword and swings it around. He can throw it forward just to spit out a new one.
Comes from bomb and burning. Kirby can explode fireworks with himself up to three times in succession before resetting, each explosion creating more fireworks than the last.
Comes from burning and needle. Kirby turns into a bow and fires a flaming arrow from himself.
Comes from double ice. Kirby turns into a giant snowball that rolls over and absorbs all that come in contact with it. Kirby can burst out of it, and all that was absorbed becomes instantly frozen.
Comes from ice and cutter. Kirby skates around, and jumps in the air, spinning with a frosty cyclone. Those not diced by the skates are frozen by the cyclone.
Comes from bomb and spark. Kirby becomes a walking light bulb that can explode and light up rooms.
Comes from cutter and spark. Kirby wields a double sided lightsaber and swings it around.
Comes from burning and ice. Kirby freezes himself into an ice cube and quickly melts himself. The ice from the freezing and the steam from the melting can do damage from the bottom and top respectively.
Comes from double bomb. Kirby fires three homing missiles from his mouth.
Comes from spark and needle. Kirby turns into a giant tack that brings lightning down from above.
Comes from bomb and cutter. Kirby throws shurikens that stick onto an enemy and explode.
Comes from stone and needle. Kirby creates a drill on his arm that plows through enemies. Kirby can release the drill and it goes through walls.
Comes from ice and spark. Kirby turns into a refrigerator and launches food that damages on contact. Kirby can eat the food to heal himself.
Comes from cutter and needle. Kirby turns his arms into a giant bear trap that clamps on enemies unfortunate to get caught in its path.
Comes from needle and ice. Kirby turns into an icy snowflake that slowly grows and freezes those who come in contact with it.
Comes from stone and cutter. Kirby turns into a block that gets shaved down into statues of his animal friends that have their strengths and weaknesses. Rick can climb walls, Coo can fly longer than Kirby, Kine does nothing but turn around (it's a reference), Pitch can fly higher than Kirby and rolls down hills, ChuChu can jump higher than Kirby, and Nago can Triple Jump.
Comes from burning and stone. Kirby forms a small volcano on his head and fires burning rocks from it.
Mix Abilities (Squeak Squad)
In Kirby: Squeak Squad, there were separate mix abilities that were formed in the Copy Palette. All of these required Kirby to learn this skills from Ability Scrolls.
- Ice Bomb: Kirby does the normal bomb attacks, but with cryogenic energy attached with it.
- Thunder Bomb: Kirby does the normal bomb attacks, but does electric damage.
Mix Abilities (Star Allies)
- Blizzard Bomb: Upon being empowered by ice, Kirby's bombs gain ice properties. The bombs freeze anything caught in the explosion and Bomb Bowl has the bombs leave a trail of ice when rolling.
- Blizzard Cutter: Upon being empowered by ice, Kirby's boomerangs gain ice properties. The boomerangs create a mass of damaging crystalline ice on whatever surface they touch, organic or otherwise. Final Cutter also creates a shockwave of icicles instead.
- Blizzard Hammer: Upon being empowered by ice, Kirby's hammer gains ice properties. Hammer Twirl creates two icicles on both sides of him. Kirby creates a trail of ice with Hammer Swing. Hammer Flip creates a series of increasingly large icicles in front of him the longer he charges.
- Blizzard Ninja: Upon being empowered by ice, Kirby's ninja techniques gain ice properties. Knife Throw has Kirby toss kunais that freeze any surface, including the enemy, on contact. Stealth Slash has Kirby create for icicles in front of him and slash them in half, sending ice debris behind him. Smoke Screen and Blossom Storm has Kirby create two icicles to each side of him, the icicles from the latter move being larger than those of the former. Quad Shock has Kirby freeze the enemy with a slash and knocking them away, creating four increasingly large icicles.
- Blizzard Sword: Upon being empowered by ice, Kirby's sword gains ice properties. Drill Stab has Kirby leave a trail of ice. When Down Thrust hits the ground, Kirby creates two icicles on each side of him. With Upward Slash has Kirby create a mass of ice upon going upwards while Sword Dive has him shatter it, sending forward ice debris. Sword Spin has the added property of flinging four icicles around Kirby during the attack.
- Blizzard Whip: Upon being empowered by ice, Kirby's whip gains ice properties. The whip is white and covered in ice and snowflakes when lashing. 100 Whip Slap has Kirby build up a mass of damaging ice in front of him. 100 Whip Dash has Kirby create ice on a surface that damages those who come in contact with it. Whip Tornado creates an icy whirlwind, which has four icicles rain down from the whip that shatters into smaller icicles. Any enemy grabbed and thrown with Whip Grab will have the properties of an ice projectile.
- Blizzard Yo-Yo: Upon being empowered by ice, Kirby's yo-yo gains ice properties. When the yo-yo is used, it's white and covered in ice. Yo-yo orbit leaves a pile of damaging ice on both sides of Kirby. During Walk the Dog and Dog Walker, the yo-yo becomes an icicle and leaves a pile of damaging ice in its wake. The same thing happens during a Break Spin. An enemy grabbed and thrown with Hammer Drop has the properties of an ice projectile. Gazer Spiral has Kirby create a pillar of ice as he rises, and at the apex of his jump, he shatters some of the ice and icicles fall from it.
- Blizzard Staff: Upon being empowered by ice, Kirby's staff gains ice properties. With Raging Staff, Kirby builds up a large mass of crystalline ice, then shatters it with the final strike, shooting ice debris forward. During Pole Vault, Kirby leaves a small mass of ice where he landed. With Unrelenting Staff, Kirby builds up a large mass of crystalline ice on any surface, wall, or ceiling his rapid jabs hit, then shatters the ice with his final strike, shooting ice debris forward. Super Long Jab has the stab release small bits of ice debris from the tip. When the staff vanishes during Spinning Staff, it releases two chunks of ice on all sides.
Kirby's strongest items. For the most part, they're received only at the end of the game, to fight the boss, and are usually mandatory. They are solely used at that point. Note that Super Abilities are Final Weapons (especially Ultra Sword), but there are enough of them that they can get their own section.
Kirby's final weapon in Planet Robobot used to take out Star Dream. Kirby uses the Robobot Armor to take over the Halberd. He has access to the Combo Cannon, Capture Inhale, the Sail Wing, and the Planet Buster. The Combo Cannon fires locked-on shots. Capture Inhale absorbs debris to power up the Halberd for the Planet Buster. The Sail Wing allows Kirby to do a barrel roll from the Starfox series, deflecting attacks. The strongest move of his is the Planet Buster, which despite the name, is much more powerful than a mere planet busting attack. Kirby fires a cluster of powerful stars that do more damage depending on how much was Capture Inhaled.
Kirby's sorta Final Weapon in Triple Deluxe used to take out Queen Sectonia. Kirby eats a Miracle Fruit, which gives him this ability. Kirby's inhale is increased dramatically, allowing him to swallow anything (it distorts things that are much bigger than him to fit in). Kirby can reflect attacks without the star transformation, and those swallowed by it don't get put into his stomach dimension.
Kirby's "Final Weapon" in Return to Dream Land, used to take out the Lor Starcutter under Magolor's control. and his friends ride on Landia the dragon when it's split into four. He can fire charged up fire bolts and can dash forward and back invincibly.
Kirby's Final Weapon in Dream Land 3 and Star Stacker to take out Dark Matter, 0, and Gryll (though the latter one has no stakes). Kirby turns all of the Heart Stars into a rod with a heart on top. The rod can fire a powerful energy shot shaped like a heart.
Kirby's Final Weapon in Amazing Mirror that is used to take out Dark Mind and is one of the only optional ones. Kirby wields Meta Knight's Galaxia (called the Master Sword back then) sword. Kirby has all the normal sword attacks (though buffed up considerably), but his Sword Beam is stronger, wider, and doesn't force him to be at full health, and his Drill Rush is absurdly stronger, does fire damage, and can be used in midair.
Kirby's Final Weapon in Dream Land 2, used to take out Dark Matter the first time. It is formed by fusing all of the Rainbow Drops. The sword works as a normal powerful sword, but it's best used for reflecting projectiles for major damage. It can also create rainbows, hence its name.
Kirby's Final Weapon in The Crystal Shards, used to take out Zero-Two. It's technically a Mix ability of Ribbon and Crystal. It's is the combination of all of the Crytal Shards into the original Crystal being used as a weapon, and Kirby is being carried and flown by his love interest Ribbon. The two of them fire crystal shots.
Kirby's Final Weapon in Star Allies, used to take out Void Termina. Kirby combines a Friend Star with the four Heart Spears to create it. The Star Allies Sparkler fires projectiles from the tip, fly around quickly and efficiently and spin counterclockwise to avoid all damage on a relative scale (Sparkler Turn). Kirby takes the lead in the center of the Sparkler while his friends ride in the tail. Still, the leader can be rotated to imbue the shots with a different element depending on the leader (the technique is called Rider Switch). The Sparkler can fire different homing projectiles with varying power depending on charge time. An uncharged shot is called the Sparkler Comet, and it fires a star shaped projectile. A charged shot is called the Sparkler Starshot, and it fires a projectile shaped like two intertwining stars. The strongest attack is called Team Star Allies!, which, if everyone who's riding charges together and releases at the same time, fires a giant laser at the opponent.
Kirby's most iconic Final Weapon. The Star Rod is the source of all of Dream Land's good dreams and is now a weapon for Kirby. It's used in Kirby's Adventure and its Remake Nightmare in Dream Land. It is used to take out Nightmare. Kirby can fire powerful, evil-killing star shots and spin around midair with the rod extended. In the anime, it can be formed through inhaling the War Star.
Kirby's Final Weapon in Super Star. It is used to take out Nova on the way to Marx, as well as Kabula. It is formed either through the Dream Fountains or the Sparkling Stars. It is a flying Roman Chariot that fires stars in front of it, and "barriers" diagonally.
Kirby's Final Weapon in Squeak Squad, and the only other optional one used to take out Dark Nebula. It is received from Daroach after he drops it after his possession. Kirby is protected by three orbiting stars, and fires a powerful star shot similar to the Star Rod, but faster. The shot can be aimed and guided after it's fired.
Anime Copy Abilities
Copy Abilities original to the anime, this version of Kirby only has the ones he showed to have, with the powers he showed to have.
This ability appears in Kirby Quest, a sub-game in Kirby Mass Attack, and Kirby can fire a powerful laser from his rod. Its function is different in the Right Back at Ya! anime, but this Kirby didn't demonstrate those other powers.
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