History AwesomeBosses / Kirby

27th Oct '17 7:19:23 AM mlsmithca
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** The fight with [[spoiler:Queen Sectonia herself]] is very cool as well, as they possess a wide variety of attacks and different phases to the fight. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MG_VQ_ttR_c The awesome music backing up the fight]] doesn't hurt either (OminousPipeOrgan + HeavyMetal = [[AwesomeMusic/{{Kirby}} AWESOME!]])

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** * The fight with [[spoiler:Queen Sectonia herself]] is very cool as well, as they possess a wide variety of attacks and different phases to the fight. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MG_VQ_ttR_c The awesome music backing up the fight]] doesn't hurt either (OminousPipeOrgan + HeavyMetal = [[AwesomeMusic/{{Kirby}} AWESOME!]])



* The entirety of the final boss is made of awesome. It starts out with [[spoiler:Susie knocking the helmet off Haltmann's head, allowing Star Dream to [[CyberneticsEatYourSoul overwrite Haltmann's memories]]]], and [[spoiler:Susie, not expecting things to have gone that way, leaves Robobot Armor for Kirby, and Meta Knight arrives with the Halberd, allowing the Robobot Armor to ABSORB it]]. The battle itself is a Star Fox-style shoot-em-up, with [[spoiler:Star Dream]] having plenty of lasers, a meteor shower attack, and even shielding itself with a heart-shaped barrier. And after that, [[spoiler:it fuses with the Access Ark, and becomes the largest thing Kirby's ever had to face]], that fires off rings, the letters to spell out "HAL" in reverse, [[spoiler:the Access Ark's legs]], and spherical lasers that explode. And after that, [[spoiler:the last little bit of the Access Ark's shell comes off, revealing a face similar to that of [[VideoGame/KirbySuperStar GALACTIC]] [[PhysicalGod NOVA]], and even begins attacking with parts of the original Nova to boot!]] Oh, and after that, [[spoiler:Star Dream fires a laser at the Halberd, requiring Kirby and the Robobot Armor to be ejected, and ends in Kirby [[ThisIsADrill DRILLING]] straight through Star Dream as a last-ditch attack!]] And [[spoiler:in the True Final Boss variant, Star Dream Soul OS, as Kirby prepares to drill through it again, Star Dream inhales Kirby for an on-foot version of the Galactic Nova fight. After three waves of pillars, the heart subverts being a Background Boss and attacks directly, using attacks inspired by other Soul bosses (primarily Marx Soul) as well as unique attacks.]] And finally, [[spoiler:after depleting its health, it still uses a desperation attack before finally dying.]]
** This needs to be stressed; near the full depletion of its health bar in phase 1, [[spoiler: Star Dream]] realizes nothing it can ''naturally'' do can compete with the epicness of a [[spoiler: Robobot Halberd]], causing it to cheat and finish phase 1 by [[spoiler: opening a wormhole to a ''meteor shower''.]] This is only made more badass in the True Arena variant of the fight; normally, [[spoiler: Star Dream simply teleports around while the meteors fly at you. The True Arena variant ''keeps fighting'' as meteors are whizzing by the two machines, and uses a ''gigantic'' laser to cut multiple meteors in half so the debris will hit Robobot Halberd.]]

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* The entirety of the final boss is made of awesome. It starts out with [[spoiler:Susie knocking the helmet off Haltmann's head, allowing Star Dream to [[CyberneticsEatYourSoul overwrite Haltmann's memories]]]], and [[spoiler:Susie, not expecting things to have gone that way, leaves Robobot Armor for Kirby, and Meta Knight arrives with the Halberd, allowing the Robobot Armor to ABSORB it]]. The battle itself is a Star Fox-style shoot-em-up, with [[spoiler:Star Dream]] having plenty of lasers, a meteor shower attack, and even shielding itself with a heart-shaped barrier. And after that, [[spoiler:it fuses with the Access Ark, and becomes the largest thing Kirby's ever had to face]], that fires off rings, the letters to spell out "HAL" in reverse, [[spoiler:the Access Ark's legs]], and spherical lasers that explode. And after that, [[spoiler:the last little bit of the Access Ark's shell comes off, revealing a face similar to that of [[VideoGame/KirbySuperStar GALACTIC]] [[PhysicalGod NOVA]], and even begins attacking with parts of the original Nova to boot!]] Oh, and after that, [[spoiler:Star Dream fires a laser at the Halberd, requiring Kirby and the Robobot Armor to be ejected, and ends in Kirby [[ThisIsADrill DRILLING]] straight through Star Dream as a last-ditch attack!]] And [[spoiler:in the True Final Boss variant, Star Dream Soul OS, as Kirby prepares to drill through it again, Star Dream inhales Kirby for an on-foot version of the Galactic Nova fight. After three waves of pillars, the heart subverts being a Background Boss and attacks directly, using attacks inspired by other Soul bosses (primarily Marx Soul) as well as unique attacks.]] And finally, [[spoiler:after depleting its health, it still uses a desperation attack before finally dying.]]
** This needs to be stressed; near
]] Near the full depletion of its health bar in phase 1, [[spoiler: Star Dream]] realizes nothing it can ''naturally'' do can compete with the epicness of a [[spoiler: Robobot Halberd]], causing it to cheat and finish phase 1 by [[spoiler: opening a wormhole to a ''meteor shower''.]] This is only made more badass in the True Arena variant of the fight; normally, [[spoiler: Star Dream simply teleports around while the meteors fly at you. The True Arena variant ''keeps fighting'' as meteors are whizzing by the two machines, and uses a ''gigantic'' laser to cut multiple meteors in half so the debris will hit Robobot Halberd.]]
27th Oct '17 12:25:50 AM TalesOfAwesome
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** This needs to be stressed; near the full depletion of its health bar in phase 1, [[spoiler: Star Dream]] realizes nothing it can ''naturally'' do can compete with the epicness of a [[spoiler: Robobot Halberd]], causing it to cheat and finish phase 1 by [[spoiler: opening a wormhole to a ''meteor shower''.]] This is only made more badass in the True Arena variant of the fight; normally, [[spoiler: Star Dream simply teleports around while the meteors fly at you. The True Arena variant ''keeps fighting'' as meteors are whizzing by the two machines, and uses a ''gigantic'' laser to cut multiple meteors in half so the debris will hit Robobot Halberd.]]
12th Jun '17 9:17:50 PM Aipom14
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* The second boss, Paintra, falls into this, especially for everyone who's played ''Canvas Curse''.
* Kracko's back, and he's not messing around this time, with awesome new attacks.
* The fourth boss, Coily Rattler, has an entire thread on [=GameFAQs=] devoted to gushing over it.

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* The second boss, Paintra, falls into this, especially for everyone who's played ''Canvas Curse''.
Curse'' or knows of earlier art-based bosses in the series. She has a lot of varied attacks that take advantage of her theme, such as painting obstacles on canvases (including copies of Landia and herself). Especially nice with 3D on, due to her paint splatters and streaks covering the screen.
* Kracko's back, back in Old Odyssey, and he's not messing around this time, with awesome new time. Once the second phase of his fight starts, he swaps his classic ''Super Star'' moveset for a much crazier one, using massive electrical attacks and sprouting drill-spikes. It's also the only fight in the game that uses the plane-switching mechanic-- Kirby can hop in the cannons that Kracko drops to pursue him into the background and back. Kracko also appears in ''Kirby Fighters Deluxe'', where he sticks to one plane but adds more drill-spike attacks.
* The fourth boss, Coily Rattler, has isn't derived from an entire thread on [=GameFAQs=] devoted earlier ''Kirby'' boss, making it a unique fight. It's a SegmentedSerpent, and most of its attacks take advantage of this, such as curling into a wheel or separating itself into pieces. While Coily Rattler is hard to gushing over it.hit, it also attacks fiercely and quickly so the fight stays engaging.
1st May '17 5:18:22 PM jormis29
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* Team Kirby Clash Deluxe (the Eshop expansion of the subgame) ends with [[spoiler:King D-Mind, which is essentially Shadow Dedede from ''Triple Deluxe'' being fully possessed by Dark Mind from ''Amazing Mirror''. He combines both of their attacks with frightening proficiency, making it a huge challenge even with a full party.]] The game also gives us a proper fight with Taranza, and he is ''no pushover'', pulling out a host of completely new moves that make him on par with a few endgame bosses. [[spoiler: His mirror counterpart, Dark Taranza, steps it up even further.]]

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* Team Kirby Clash Deluxe ''VideoGame/TeamKirbyClashDeluxe'' (the Eshop expansion of the subgame) ends with [[spoiler:King D-Mind, which is essentially Shadow Dedede from ''Triple Deluxe'' being fully possessed by Dark Mind from ''Amazing Mirror''. He combines both of their attacks with frightening proficiency, making it a huge challenge even with a full party.]] The game also gives us a proper fight with Taranza, and he is ''no pushover'', pulling out a host of completely new moves that make him on par with a few endgame bosses. [[spoiler: His mirror counterpart, Dark Taranza, steps it up even further.]]
22nd Apr '17 11:58:40 PM mlsmithca
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* Team Kirby Clash Deluxe (the Eshop expansion of the subgame) ends with [[spoiler:King D-Mind, which is essentially Shadow Dedede from ''Triple Deluxe'' being fully possessed by Dark Mind from ''Amazing Mirror''. He combines both of their attacks with frightening proficiency, making it a huge challenge even with a full party.]]
** The game also gives us a proper fight with Taranza, and he is ''no pushover'', pulling out a host of completely new moves that make him on par with a few endgame bosses. [[spoiler: His mirror counterpart, Dark Taranza, steps it up even further.]]

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* Team Kirby Clash Deluxe (the Eshop expansion of the subgame) ends with [[spoiler:King D-Mind, which is essentially Shadow Dedede from ''Triple Deluxe'' being fully possessed by Dark Mind from ''Amazing Mirror''. He combines both of their attacks with frightening proficiency, making it a huge challenge even with a full party.]]
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]] The game also gives us a proper fight with Taranza, and he is ''no pushover'', pulling out a host of completely new moves that make him on par with a few endgame bosses. [[spoiler: His mirror counterpart, Dark Taranza, steps it up even further.]]
22nd Apr '17 3:11:54 AM Spinycemb
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* Team Kirby Clack Deluxe (the Eshop expansion of the subgame) ends with [[spoiler:King D-Mind, which is essentially Shadow Dedede from ''Triple Deluxe'' being fully possessed by Dark Mind from ''Amazing Mirror''. He combines both of their attacks with frightening proficiency, making it a huge challenge even with a full party.]]

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* Team Kirby Clack Clash Deluxe (the Eshop expansion of the subgame) ends with [[spoiler:King D-Mind, which is essentially Shadow Dedede from ''Triple Deluxe'' being fully possessed by Dark Mind from ''Amazing Mirror''. He combines both of their attacks with frightening proficiency, making it a huge challenge even with a full party.]]
** The game also gives us a proper fight with Taranza, and he is ''no pushover'', pulling out a host of completely new moves that make him on par with a few endgame bosses. [[spoiler: His mirror counterpart, Dark Taranza, steps it up even further.
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20th Apr '17 12:51:11 AM mlsmithca
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* Team Kirby Clack Deluxe (the Eshop expansion of the subgame) ends with [[spoiler:King D-Mind, which is essentially Shadow Dedede from Triple Deluxe being fully possessed by Dark Mind from Amazing Mirror. He combines both of their attacks with frightening proficiency, making it a huge challenge even with a full party.]]

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* Team Kirby Clack Deluxe (the Eshop expansion of the subgame) ends with [[spoiler:King D-Mind, which is essentially Shadow Dedede from Triple Deluxe ''Triple Deluxe'' being fully possessed by Dark Mind from Amazing Mirror.''Amazing Mirror''. He combines both of their attacks with frightening proficiency, making it a huge challenge even with a full party.]]
19th Apr '17 7:47:02 PM SilverSupernova
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* Team Kirby Clack Deluxe (the Eshop expansion of the subgame) ends with [[spoiler:King D-Mind, which is essentially Shadow Dedede from Triple Deluxe being fully possessed by Dark Mind from Amazing Mirror. He combines both of their attacks with frightening proficiency, making it a huge challenge even with a full party.]]
15th Nov '16 7:46:48 AM mlsmithca
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* Although the final boss, [[spoiler:Dark Nebula]], may be very underwhelming, it can make you appreciate the penultimate boss all the more. [[spoiler:Dark Daroach]] uses upgraded attacks from his first encounter, acts much quicker, and warps around so fast that landing a hit is a challenge if you aren't using an overpowered ability. It's far more deserving of the title of final boss than [[spoiler:Dark Nebula]] is, and while it's not on par with other climatic fights in the series, it's still very fun.

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* Although the final boss, [[spoiler:Dark Nebula]], may be very underwhelming, it can make you appreciate the penultimate boss all the more. [[spoiler:Dark Daroach]] uses upgraded attacks from his first encounter, acts much quicker, and warps around so fast that landing a hit is a challenge if you aren't using an overpowered ability. It's far more deserving of the title of final boss than [[spoiler:Dark Nebula]] is, and while it's not on par with other climatic climactic fights in the series, it's still very fun.
14th Nov '16 7:43:01 PM Aipom14
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* Mecha Kracko stands out for having two health bars (not even the final bosses have more than one), making the arena hazardous in its second phase, and having widespread attacks (that collaborate with the arena to send Kirby straight into pits). It's potentially the hardest boss in the game despite being the third one, but it's welcoming in what is otherwise an easy game with standard bosses.
* Although the final boss, [[spoiler:Dark Nebula]], may be very underwhelming, it can make you appreciate the penultimate boss all the more. [[spoiler:Dark Daroach]] uses upgraded attacks from his first encounter, acts much quicker, and warps around so fast that landing a hit is a challenge if you aren't using an overpowered ability. It's far more deserving of the title of final boss than [[spoiler:Dark Nebula]] is, and while it's not on par with other climatic fights in the series, it's still very fun.



* Landia, the boss of the seventh and final world. It's just as Magolor said, a fierce 4-headed dragon who shows no mercy to any who disturbed it. Some of his attacks are taken from Red/Great Dragon (one of the Computer Virus' monsters), like the flame breath or the "gigantic wing flaps". It's even better in the second phase where it splits into 4 smaller dragons, with awesome, hard to avoid CombinationAttacks.

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* Landia, the boss of the seventh and final world. It's just as Magolor said, a fierce 4-headed four-headed dragon who shows no mercy to any who disturbed it. Some of his attacks are taken from Red/Great Dragon (one of the Computer Virus' monsters), like the flame breath or the "gigantic wing flaps". It's even better in the second phase where it splits into 4 four smaller dragons, with awesome, hard to avoid CombinationAttacks.{{Combination Attack}}s.



* Holo Defense API, the second boss, is awesome for the same reason as Ado: it's 5 fights in one. It summons holographic Kracko and Ice Dragon like Ado, while also throwing out Sphere Doomers and Coily Rattler. Lastly, when all those 4 are beaten, it goes frenzy and flies around in the arena. Again, like Ado, you can beat it with one final hit... but good luck hitting something that moves that fast.

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* Holo Defense API, the second boss, is awesome for the same reason as Ado: it's 5 five fights in one. It summons holographic Kracko and Ice Dragon like Ado, while also throwing out Sphere Doomers and Coily Rattler. Lastly, when all those 4 four are beaten, it goes frenzy and flies around in the arena. Again, like Ado, you can beat it with one final hit... but good luck hitting something that moves that fast.
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