History Fridge / Kirby

23rd Dec '15 4:52:39 PM Gingerkitteh
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* In ''VideoGame/KirbyTripleDeluxe'', [[spoiler:you might wonder what the [[VideoGame/KirbyandtheAmazingMirror the Amazing Mirror]] is doing in the final boss's room. It occurred to me later that Kirby and Meta Knight had to fly up into the sky to get to the mirror, which certainly put the mirror into Sectonia's domain and reach, and because Queen Sectonia is so vain, she has probably been using it as a personal looking glass. The mirror may not be why she's so evil, but it could be one explanation for how she became so monstrously vain.]]
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* In ''VideoGame/KirbyTripleDeluxe'', [[spoiler:you might wonder what the [[VideoGame/KirbyandtheAmazingMirror the Amazing Mirror]] is doing in the final boss's room. It occurred to me later that Kirby and Meta Knight had to fly up into the sky to get to the mirror, which certainly put the mirror into Sectonia's domain and reach, and because Queen Sectonia is so vain, she has probably been using it as a personal looking glass. The mirror may not be why she's so evil, but it could be one explanation for how she became so monstrously vain.]]
1st Sep '15 11:32:05 AM Wingnut
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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x1M7kJASyoQ The commercial for]] ''[[VideoGame/KirbysAdventure Nightmare in Dreamland]]'' has somebody singing a parody of "Secret Agent Man" with animation fresh from ''Anime/KirbyRightBackAtYa''. Turns out that somebody is Ted Lewis, the voice of King Dedede and Escargoon in that anime. Since Ted sounds a bit like his Dedede voice in this ad, it can only be heard as Dedede singing his own [[TheVillainSucksSong villain sucks song]] about Kirby! Further supporting this theory, notice how, in the brief shot of Dedede, he's not moving his lips, and we don't hear Ted at that bit.
24th Jun '15 8:25:23 PM nombretomado
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* In KirbyTripleDeluxe, [[spoiler:you might wonder what the [[VideoGame/KirbyandtheAmazingMirror the Amazing Mirror]] is doing in the final boss's room. It occurred to me later that Kirby and Meta Knight had to fly up into the sky to get to the mirror, which certainly put the mirror into Sectonia's domain and reach, and because Queen Sectonia is so vain, she has probably been using it as a personal looking glass. The mirror may not be why she's so evil, but it could be one explanation for how she became so monstrously vain.]]
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* In KirbyTripleDeluxe, ''VideoGame/KirbyTripleDeluxe'', [[spoiler:you might wonder what the [[VideoGame/KirbyandtheAmazingMirror the Amazing Mirror]] is doing in the final boss's room. It occurred to me later that Kirby and Meta Knight had to fly up into the sky to get to the mirror, which certainly put the mirror into Sectonia's domain and reach, and because Queen Sectonia is so vain, she has probably been using it as a personal looking glass. The mirror may not be why she's so evil, but it could be one explanation for how she became so monstrously vain.]]
24th Jun '15 8:17:25 PM nombretomado
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* In KirbyTripleDeluxe, [[spoiler:you might wonder what the [[KirbyandtheAmazingMirror the Amazing Mirror]] is doing in the final boss's room. It occurred to me later that Kirby and Meta Knight had to fly up into the sky to get to the mirror, which certainly put the mirror into Sectonia's domain and reach, and because Queen Sectonia is so vain, she has probably been using it as a personal looking glass. The mirror may not be why she's so evil, but it could be one explanation for how she became so monstrously vain.]]
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* In KirbyTripleDeluxe, [[spoiler:you might wonder what the [[KirbyandtheAmazingMirror [[VideoGame/KirbyandtheAmazingMirror the Amazing Mirror]] is doing in the final boss's room. It occurred to me later that Kirby and Meta Knight had to fly up into the sky to get to the mirror, which certainly put the mirror into Sectonia's domain and reach, and because Queen Sectonia is so vain, she has probably been using it as a personal looking glass. The mirror may not be why she's so evil, but it could be one explanation for how she became so monstrously vain.]]
24th Jun '15 7:06:02 PM nombretomado
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* The ''{{Kirby}}'' series is probably the archetypal SugarBowl, a perpetually happy place filled with bright colours and cheerful characters where nothing bad ever happens, the stories merely {{Excuse Plot}}s for [[RuleOfFun purposes of fun]]. Except that no, it isn't. Pop Star is constantly assailed by [[AsLongAsThereIsEvil undefeatable]] {{Eldritch Abomination}}s that corrupt and kill and bring the world to the brink of destruction. The closest thing to an authority figure is a bumbling AuthorityInNameOnly that can barely succeed even in the few times he manages to be competent. The OnlySaneMan is a BloodKnight concerned only with combat. And Kirby himself, the protagonist and supposed hero, eats people. ''Hundreds upon hundreds of people''. He is a horrific scale BigEater on par with [[TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}} the Tyranids]], consuming indiscriminately all in his path, and there is nothing anyone can do to stop him.
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* The ''{{Kirby}}'' ''Franchise/{{Kirby}}'' series is probably the archetypal SugarBowl, a perpetually happy place filled with bright colours and cheerful characters where nothing bad ever happens, the stories merely {{Excuse Plot}}s for [[RuleOfFun purposes of fun]]. Except that no, it isn't. Pop Star is constantly assailed by [[AsLongAsThereIsEvil undefeatable]] {{Eldritch Abomination}}s that corrupt and kill and bring the world to the brink of destruction. The closest thing to an authority figure is a bumbling AuthorityInNameOnly that can barely succeed even in the few times he manages to be competent. The OnlySaneMan is a BloodKnight concerned only with combat. And Kirby himself, the protagonist and supposed hero, eats people. ''Hundreds upon hundreds of people''. He is a horrific scale BigEater on par with [[TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}} the Tyranids]], consuming indiscriminately all in his path, and there is nothing anyone can do to stop him.

** {{Kirby}} [[CannibalismSuperpower eats enemies to gain their powers]]. Ritual cannibalism is carried out for the same purpose.
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** {{Kirby}} Franchise/{{Kirby}} [[CannibalismSuperpower eats enemies to gain their powers]]. Ritual cannibalism is carried out for the same purpose.
24th Apr '15 10:36:13 AM Wingnut
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* Ever wonder what was up with all that blood in the final battle of ''VideoGame/KirbysDreamLand3''? That might traumatize/scar children. But the game is filled with so many difficult memory games and other puzzling challenges, the children may either get to the final battle at a later age, so the blood might not traumatize them as much, or RageQuit to avoid the blood entirely.
7th Mar '15 10:20:38 AM KiriK
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* At the end of [[spoiler:Revenge of the King]] in Kirby Super Star Ultra, just before [[spoiler:you fight Masked Dedede]], King Dedede says "Our grudge will be settled at last..." Note that, in every main series Kirby game to follow (not counting the one he wasn't in), he is Kirby's best friend (on a good day) or brainwashed enemy (on a bad one). When he said their grudge would be settled, he meant it.
1st Feb '15 12:49:01 PM InfinityAlex
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** This troper would like to think this one's a given. Nice play on words, though. :P
6th Jan '15 8:56:42 PM ParaBeetleX
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* In Kirby Triple Deluxe, Queen Sectonia, [[TheDeterminator quite possibly the most persistent BigBad yet,]] detaches what remains of her from the flower she once used to attack you in a last ditch effort to waste you. The TrueFinalBoss just...'''''decapitated herself,''''' just to combat you. Don't think she can feel pain? She screams in agony as she dies at the end of this fight.
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* In ''Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards,'' there are two planets out of the six [[spoiler:or seven depending on whether or not you gathered all the titular PlotCoupons]] that strike many as peculiar. ** The first is Level 2, Rock Star, which is nothing more than huddled masses of rock, only kept together by the planet's overall gravity. Looking at its Japanese name, "Horobita Star," or "Perished Star," will give some implications that the [[EarthShatteringKaboom planet was destroyed by something]]. Then Kirby Triple Deluxe, Queen Sectonia, [[TheDeterminator quite possibly finds a spaceship that was embedded within Rock Star.... ** The second is Level 5, Shiver Star. Upon further examination, one can see that it not only looks more like a planet than the most persistent BigBad yet,]] detaches what remains of her from the flower she once used other 6 levels, but is also (assumed to attack you in be) a last ditch effort to waste you. The TrueFinalBoss just...'''''decapitated herself,''''' just to combat you. Don't think she can feel pain? She screams in agony as she dies at the end of this fight.[[EarthThatWas post-apocalyptic Earth.]]
6th Jan '15 8:26:22 PM ParaBeetleX
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