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Heavy_Mole.JPG
Heavy Mole2248 viewsThis is one of my favorite sculptures in my collection. Heavy Mole is sooo badass, but hardly anyone gives him the slightest respect. He is a literal digging machine; his boss battle is held under-ground in the labyrinth-like tunnels he diggs. Kirby must attack him without falling too far behind- and watch out for the Dyglops bombs! Seriously, if there is one character never before seen in 3D who desparetly needs to be, this is it. HAL needs to bring back this dude, like they did Kaboola. >Made of bulk-clay10 commentsDedede-Daimyo55555
(11 votes)
Bonkers.JPG
Bonkers1706 viewsBonkers is both a miniboss and a helper character. He is a big, strong ape-ish dude who carries a hammer to break some heads. In battle, he not only uses the mentioned mallot, but also throws exploading coconuts, found on palm trees around Dreamland. He appears to wear metal armor over his chest, sholders, and forhead, while a belt around his waist holds tattered jeans to cover his lower body. Though he is incredably strong, he is a bit slow in the head, as he will often just stand in place and let Kirby beat on him. On the other hand, this may be due to his physical and mental superiority.5 commentsDedede-Daimyo55555
(6 votes)
Needle_Clean.jpg
Needle / Clean1714 viewsNow, for two abilities that were not in Super Star. Needle first appeared in Kirby's adventure, and later the 'Dream Land titles and the spin-off games. It is a shielding ability, similar to Spark, known for it's sharp points and quills. Beginning with Nightmare in Dreamland, Kirby started wearing a skull cap/helmet with small spikes to show that he was infused with the ability. The user hunches down, forcing a countless amount of spikes to protrude in every direction. Furthermore, the quills can sometimes be used to catch onto floors and walls. Clean Ability has currently only been used in KDL3, but has been hinted upon in the upcoming KirbWii. Kirby presents a broom from nowhere and repetitively sweeps the ground. The left-over dust cloud damages enemies. The maid's bandanna head-wear actually came form it's appearance in the Anime. Like all abilities in Dreamland 3, Clean is pretty limited and boring by itself, yet can become one of the funnest and most unique when combined with an Animal Friend. It is important to remember not to accidentally refer to these abilities as “Spike” or “Broom”, ya' gits!3 commentsDedede-Daimyo55555
(10 votes)
Fire_Ice.jpg
Fire / Ice1999 viewsOh-nos! Mo' awful Kirby sculptures~! That's right, today is the old contrasting cliche of fire and ice, so go suck it. Both Fire and Ice abilities can be combined with their lesser-known counterparts, Burning and Freeze, on occasion. Fire ability's main attack is a breath of flame from the mouth. It can also ignite the user's body in flame for greater attack power. Ice is similar, blowing a freezing stream of breath from the mouth, and surrounding the user's body in a blizzard. Fire can melt blocks of ice, while Ice can freeze over rivers of fire. Quite a balance of abilities, indeed. Anyone who finds flaws in these Kirby ability sculptures, don't hesitate to point them out. I agree that they are not my best. But really, have you seen any better, from anyone else?14 commentsDedede-Daimyo55555
(7 votes)
Sparky.JPG
Sparky1704 viewsHe is THE go-to guy for spark ability. In fact, Kirby's spark ability directly mimics what Sparky does best- surround himself with a shield of flickering electric sparks! Sparky is a Hershey's Kiss-shaped blob, often green or yellow in color to reflect his shocking abilities, with two electro-balls attached to the top of his head. These balls store electricity through static fields. They were also once considered to be Sparky's eyes. There really isn't alot to say about this little guy, except that he continues to be a staple in the Kirby series. That is, if not for plasma.4 commentsDedede-Daimyo55555
(7 votes)
Noddy.JPG
Noddy1804 viewsZZZzzz... are you asleep yet? You would be if this little guy was in your presence. Noddy is a holder of the dreded sleep ability. They are very similar to Kirby in appearence, but enjoy snoozing way more than him, or anyone else in Dreamland, for that matter. They are often an obsticle; often in the way of Kirby if he is trying to obtain some other 'better' ability, or if in a situation where obtaining the sleep ability would be detrimantal. With their little stocking caps, they literally are creatures of Dream Land... zzz.6 commentsDedede-Daimyo44444
(7 votes)
Sasuke.JPG
Sasuke1561 viewsSasuke the ninja! Not really a ninja! More like a Waddle Dee with a hat! Sasuke is basically what the developers decided on when they figured out that Parasol Waddles were obsolete. He does nothing but slowly drift to the ground using his conical straw hat, and when he finally settles, he simply walks the road to nowhere. His consumption yields the Parasol ability, which is no surprise, because his hat and the umbrella share the same name, kasa. Though mostly seen scouling, my Sasuke has a surprised look on his face. His relative is Bumber.2 commentsDedede-Daimyo44444
(8 votes)
Rick.JPG
Rick1899 viewsWhoo! How long has it been since I was last seen?! Anyway, I now resume my weekdaily updates of the 3D Daimyo Dojo, this time with the Kirby's Dreamland 2 and 3 series! Rick the Hamster is the original master of the land. His skills at quickly moving over slippery surfaces and tough terrain make him quite the necessity in KDL 2 and 3. As with all of the animal friends, Rick can harness the power of the ability Kirby is carrying to use it in a new and interesting way. He can also climb walls by jumping. His girlfriend is Pick.7 commentsDedede-Daimyo44444
(9 votes)
Bomb_Hammer.jpg
Bomb / Hammer1784 viewsMore Kirby Ability sculptures >_>*... well, here they are. Both Bomb and Hammer are powerful abilities, but their styles differ drastically. For example, Bomb is a projectile weapon. With this ability, Kirby wears the stocking cap of Poppy Bros., and is able to throw an unlimited amount of explosive bombs. Where they come from is anyone's guess, but the bombs are a great attack (if aimed properly) yet make for good defense when a bomb-drop barrier is deployed.
Hammer is a heavy-duty close-range weapon. Kirby wears a twisted/ knotted festival headband and always carries his hammer in plain sight. The wooden weapon can pound steaks and quickly take down any enemy in Kirby's way. King Dedede uses it, so you know it has to be good. Compared to sword, it is more powerful, but slower, and both are virtually very close-ranged.
2 commentsDedede-Daimyo44444
(8 votes)
Grand_Wheelie.JPG
Grand Wheelie1863 viewsOriginating from Kirby's Adventure, Grand Wheelie is simply a larger, miniboss version of his regular self. Even for a Kirby character, this guy has a pretty unoriginal/ over simplified design. A tire with eyes for hub-caps. And that's it. Even his abilities are almost unchanged from the avarage Wheelie: he can speed forward, as usual, and also send out smaller Wheelies to ram Kirby. He is privalaged enough (IE; lazy spriters/ programming) to have been included in KSSU's Revenge of the King subgame.3 commentsDedede-Daimyo44444
(6 votes)
Fighter_Plasparkma.jpg
Fighter / Spark1837 viewsThe Kirby Sculptures continue with weekend updates, as well~... Fighter is an ability hailing from Kirby's Super Star. Similar to Throw and Suplex/Backdrop, Fighter dons a headband, instead colored red. Kirby can punch, kick, spin and blast with all his fighting spirit. The judo throws are fun to perform, too. Kirby can even be a(n) Megaton Punch. Spark, on the other hand, is a stationary ability. Kirby wears an elemental crown like that of Fire and Ice (even tornado) with this ability. Squatting down, the user surrounds theirself in an electric field. It is sometimes combined with/ replaced by/ confused with the Plasma ability. Plasma generates it's energy through static friction and is projectile based, making it much different to Spark. **Sorry, everyone, for my surly attitude as of late. The last thing I want to do is let my ego take over. Forgive me, and hopefully we can all endure these few Kirby Ability figs, to embrace the grand artwork that is forthcoming! ^_^*8 commentsDedede-Daimyo44444
(7 votes)
PitcherMan.JPG
Pitcher Man1721 viewsPitcherman is a Dreamlander. This obscure lil'guy is one of the dozens of supporting characters introduced in KDL3; he will provide a Heart-Star if Kirby is able to pass his test. His passion is baseball, where he is famed for his pitching techniques, including the slow-ball, the fast-ball, and the surprise Gordo! Pitcherman's game is actually quite easy. It requires the player to identify the type of Gordo PM throws as it whizzes across the screen. Three strikes, and he's out. His home-field is Grassland.3 commentsDedede-Daimyo44444
(3 votes)
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