Kirby strolled on the streets of
. Each time he would pass a cappy, he would introduce himself
and ask for friends in an epic quest to return the stars to the
sky. As he figured out, when the rainbow sword and star rod
disappeared, so did the stars. In the end, few were willing to
help him. So Kirby sat down in
’s, finally. He looked at the food. He then saw a Waddle Dee.
His monster sensors indicated this was a monster of some sort.
The reason young star warriors are
not allowed to crash is because they are, as all young things
are, hungry. Especially for monsters. And Waddle Dee just
happened to look like a monster. As the chase grew longer, Gooey
began making funny faces. Kirby looked at the funny faces and
then at Waddle Dee. Time to sit down. He drew out a map course
using a napkin and Chef Kawasaki’s sauce. The map showed that
the closest thing taken by the dark matter and King Dedede was
in the woods. He stepped into the forest. He had to overcome
this challenge alone. Even Gooey cowered, his tongue inside.