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What are Sakurai's thoughts on this game? Has he played it or said anything about it?
Wait, wasn't pretty much every Kirby game after third one made without Sakurai? .-.
If you talk to Magolor AFTER you collect 120 Energy Spheres, he will mention two things:
- The Lor Starcutter was made using the same "ancient power" that can manifest dreams. AKA the Lor Starcutter is on par with the Star Rod. Also, he mensions that the Lor Starcutter was made by the by the same people who made the clockwork stars. We only know of ONE clockwork star.
- He mentions that he knew about Kirby before he came crashing to Popstar. How is this possible? Magolor is from another DIMENSION, for goodness sake.
Another thing: Didn't anyone feel kinda bad for beating up Landia? I mean, even the music is telling you that Kirby is doing probably doing something he shouldn't be doing... Here's a link for the music that plays: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oRkYZEWvtcg
1) If we assume that the "Ancients" who made NOVA, the Lor Starcutter, and possibly the Star Rod exist in Magolor's dimension or pocket of the universe, then it's still plausible. Trans-dimensional travel is cheap.
And it's possible to have more than one NOVA, maybe even one for every galaxy.
2) Just like the above, what if the friend that informed Magolor about Kirby came from the same dimension? Let's say that Marx and Magolor were plotting to rule the galaxy/universe together, and the two agreed to send Marx to investigate Kirby first. If Marx didn't succeed (and he didn't), then he would go back and talk to Magolor, thus telling him about Kirby's weakness of being gullible and easy to succumb to a Batman Gambit.
—The fight with Landia seemed more like the dragon Final Boss archetype that's seen often in RPGs (including that badass, epic theme), but not as a thing I'd feel bad for. Well, maybe after seeing Magolor going One-Winged Angel on Kirby & Crew, it felt more poignant.
Question: Exactly WHAT is going on in the last two levels of the game? It looks like there's a whole friggin' galaxy inside that volcano- look at the background for most of the levels.
Anyone besides me think that Magolor (the guy whose airship crashed, requiring you to collect the pieces of it) is going to turn out to be the Big Bad?
So far the game feels like a combination of Kirby 64's and Super Star. plotwise, it has a Milky Way Wishes feel to it.
Magolor could probably pull a Marx on Kirby and Pals, but this is just speculating right now.
Yeah... I'm starting to think that maybe this game is going to need a WMG page soon...
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