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Ado2225 viewsThe boss of Cloudy Park in KDL3; Ado is a master painter who can bring a picture to life, right off the cloud-canvas! In the art-battle, Ado will paint a simplified form of one of KDL2's bosses in this order: Ice Dragon, Sweet Stuff, Mr. Shine & Mr. Bright, and Kracko. Each one is only a fraction as hard as it's real world self; all four of the bosses can be dealt with fairly quickly. Finally, Ado jumps out from hiding, and begins to run around the stage, swiping at Kirby with a brush as a last resort attack. Contact is all that is needed at this point to sent the painter flying. Ado is either a 'relative' of Adeleine, from Kirby 64, or they are the same person.
>XionGaTaosenai mentioned in 'Gurus that Ado might be based off of a Chinese legend, which got my gears a-turnin'. I could not recall a single painter of Ado's magnitude in Chinese mythology, however, there is a very famous group of Taoist sages called The Eight Immortals, of which I am very familiar with. (Here's a story! Gather 'round, kiddies!) ~The leader of the eight, Lu Tung-Pin, was alone at a tavern late one night, drinking much rice-wine, and living-up the moment, like we all wish to be. The tavern's owner was growing suspicious of Lu, since he had been there all night, and consumed much of the best, and most expensive, stuff the establishment had to offer; and that he showed no signs of stopping, or paying! When confronted about the bill, Lu simply said that he had no money to pay his tab. At this, the owner nearly flew into an outrage, but Lu stood up and walked over to the plain wall of the tavern. The bar-tender watched on as in only a few minutes, Lu was able to paint a large and incredibly realistic looking crane on the tavern's wall. Lu then explained to the owner that people will come from far and wide to view the beautiful bird on his wall, and the increased business will repay his extensive bill. Apprehensive at first, the tavern's owner agreed to this and Lu was free to go. By the next day, the tavern was filled with people who had come to gaze at the painted crane, and purchase a drink or two at the bar. In no time, the bill Lu had accumulated that night was paid off, and the tavern now had regular customers. Suddenly, the realistic crane painting flashed, and off the bird came from the wall. The Lu's crane flew away, yet the bar had continued to generate good profit. ~Coincidentally, another of The Eight Immortals, Lan Tsai-Ho, had an ambiguous gender. No one could tell if he was male or female, from the way he dressed and wore his hair. He was a young boy/ girl who liked to sing and dance. ~Further delving into this recalls the 'historical' eight immortals of China, who were an actual group of painters and poets revered for their artistic and literary superiority. Chinese Guru-man, out :)
14 commentsDedede-DaimyoJul 06, 2009
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Pon & Con1686 viewsAnother double-team update so soon? This July 4th, I present Pon and Con, in all their furry-fury. They attack in the same manner as Nruff & Nelly, running across the platformed stage with their children (mini Pons & Cons) trailing. Pon is the Tanuki; his name comes from the sound of the mythical creatures drumming on their stomachs. Con is the Kitsune; his name derives from the call foxes are said to yelp. Some would think that these two are cruel to send their children out to battle along with them, but that is not the case. P&C are single parents who both care for their litters the best they can. They put themselves in harms way so their children may survive... Some of my most favored bosses.3 commentsDedede-DaimyoJul 04, 2009
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Acro1720 viewsOrca Acro is both a huge boss and sculpture! She is the boss of Ripple Field in KDL3, and somehow reappears on Aqua Star in K64, making her a reoccuring boss. In #3, Kirby first battles her above water, on a rock bridge. After Acro has been weakened, both will fall into the ocean below, where Kirby must swim-dodge various debris the whale spits out at him. Blowing air bubbles to knock back falling rocks and mini whales is the best way to deal with Acro, if one does not have an ability. Kine really helps this battle go swimmingly. In #64, Acro returns acting similarly, except this time, her tackles and projectiles are more "torpedo like". This sculpture is made from air-drying bulk-clay, compared to smaller pieces, made from Super Sculpey Poly-Clay. It is said she is a relative of the "Flying Whale"...5 commentsDedede-DaimyoJul 02, 2009
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Nruff & Nelly1747 viewsOh yeeea, everyone! Get ready for KDL2+3 Boss time! N&N, the Hedge/Wart/Ground/Pork-Hog Family Combo hails from Kirby 2. Nruff, the small Child-Hog, is numerous. His distinctive markings are his white stripes. After his grand success as a boss in his first game, Nruff was unfairly downgraded to a regular, ability-less enemy in the Shimomura squeals. Waddle Dees are sometimes their jockeys. Nelly, the larger Parent-Hog, however, only appears in this single boss fight, and only as a single entity. There was but one, now vanquished by the pink menace, leaving her litter of orphans to spread across the land, fending for themselves. N&N are fought similar to other combo bosses, such as Lololo/Lalala and Pon/Con.2 commentsDedede-DaimyoJul 01, 2009
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Waiyu1787 viewsThe last of the minibosses. Ninja Master Waiyu is one of the fiercest opponents to challenge Kirby in Dreamland 2, his only appearence. He attacks wearing traditional shinobi garb, with his clan's plate on forhead, hiding his eyes beneath a cloth in similar fasion as Meta Knight. In combat, Waiyu is able to spring into the air, doing flips and vanishing from view. He can throw out smoke bombs to further hamper visability. His only fault is a sweep of energy released from one of his slashing kicks-- the projectile attack may catch his opponent off-guard, but if Kirby can manage to inhail it, he can send it right back at Waiyu for big damage! Dispite being the greatest embodyment of a ninja in the series, Waiyu actually yields the Cutter ability. He is also one of the few humanoid characters on Popstar. His relative is Biospark, certinally!6 commentsDedede-DaimyoJun 29, 2009
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Master Green1630 viewsThe master of disastrous discharge is in the house! MG is the miniboss for no other than the spark ability. He is real tough, utilizing his electric essence to create a spark-shield, throw lightening bolts, and shooting stars. But, like all cephalopods, he is also quite soft... Anyway, he only appears in KDL2, not 3 for some reason, but also showed up in the anime's pilot episode. Though Master Green is an Octopus, he has no trouble walking on land, bounding all around the stage, trying to impeede Kirby's progress.3 commentsDedede-DaimyoJun 26, 2009
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Blocky1635 viewsAnother of the minibosses that appear in both Dreamland 2+3. Blocky is also oh-so-simple, in design and tactics. His manuvers in battle include a dash attack in Kirby's direction (what a surprize!) and a jump-and-drop routine. I believe that his collision with both the stage's walls and floor create rubble which Kirby can utilize for and inhale/exhale attack. Did you know that Blocky's first appearence was actually in the HAL-produced "Adventures of Lolo" series? According to this game, I have reason to believe he is based on the Japanese Nurikabe stone-wall yokai (only more Kirby-like). He would get in the way of Lolo's progression through the maze, much like the creature mentioned. Also, did you know that in the anime episode featuring Blocky, after chipping away at his sumo-styled-self, his appearence reverted to this from (seen in the sculpture)? We have learned so much today ^_^!3 commentsDedede-DaimyoJun 25, 2009
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Captain Stitch1793 viewsCapt. Stitch is a giant Gordo-- that is obvious. Unlike his invincible brethren, the needle miniboss is actually semi-vulnerable! Like many of the simpler MB's, Stitch charges in Kirby's direction, in a vein attempt at knocking off one of his opponent's life bars. He will miss his shot, however, if the player dodges in time, and will slam into the wall, knocking the Captain senseless. Only when his spikes fall off can Stitch be damaged. Another attack is sending his spikes themselves flying at Kirby, again leaving him open for attack. With all of his superior defences, one would wonder why he chooses to attack at all, since everything he does has the potential to kill him. He should take a lesson from the real Gordos.4 commentsDedede-DaimyoJun 23, 2009
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Yuki1570 viewsThis one is dedicated to Kirazy. Yuki (snow), the ice miniboss from KDL3, is just about the least detailed character on Popstar; certainly, in my collection. Like Bobo to his parental Boboo, Yuki looks much like the snowman Chilly, but without the hat and bell. In his icy duel, he will toss off his head in Kirby's direction, up to 3 times. Yuki can also charge across the stage, trying to snow"plow" into the Kirbster, but eventually slams into the wall. Since this abominable-blob is lacking all features what-so-ever, I stuck a wooden sphere inside of him to save clay. The coldest comrade in Siberia be Yuki.2 commentsDedede-DaimyoJun 22, 2009
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Jumpershoot1672 views"Pyon Pyon" Now bear witness to Mr. Kasabake, himself! With his single eye and long lolling tounge, "Kuru Kuru" Jumpershoot rapidly ascends to the sky! Asore! Let's hear it for the Yokai, yo! There is little doubt that this particular parasol miniboss is one of my favorite characters in the Kirby series. His battle tactics are the same in both of his appearences, KDL2+3; he will kick off his geta as a projectile, to Kirby's aid, or spin into a tornado, allowing him a few moments of invincibility. Like a handful of other creatures in Dreamland, Jumpershoot has roots in Japanese lore, specifically the Tsukumogami Karakasa-Obake. Catch him and other mentioned ghouls this Halloween in my big "Gegege no Kitaro/ Kirby" cross-over! His relative is Drifter.1 commentsDedede-DaimyoJun 20, 2009
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Haboki1664 viewsRight out of "The Sorcerer's Apprentice", Habooki is the miniboss for the clean ability, only appearing in KDL3. She fights by closing in on Kirby and sweeping a ball of dust at him. She can also jump high into the air, and try to smash Kirby under her bristles on her decent. Habooki is based on Tsukumogami from Japanese folklore: ordinary objects which gain a soul after 100 years of good care. She is a Hoki-Obake, ghost broom, far less popular than her cousin, the great Jumpershoot. This figure is actually quite tall, including the vertically-pointing handle.4 commentsDedede-DaimyoJun 18, 2009
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Boboo1676 viewsA walking fireball? How original! This particular figure is of the miniboss Boboo, and not the smaller version known as Bobo. However, both are nearly identical, so unless there was some way to compare size, this figure could easily fool you. In battle, Boboo charges at Kirby, parallel to the ground, untill he collides with a wall. Debris is then scattered, which Kirby can inhail for ammunition. This simplistic midboss is the creation of Shinichi Shimomura, solely appearing in Kirby's Dreamland 3. I did not make his cousin, Efrite, from KDL2, and probably never will, unless I get overwhelming responce to do so...5 commentsDedede-DaimyoJun 17, 2009
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