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Attempting to Explain All of Kirby Lore in a Single Video

May 31, 2021
Long ago, in a time before pink clouds and air travel, there lived the ancients, an entire civilization completely shrouded in mystery, save for a few key relics they left behind, but who cares about any of that because on a planet without relationship, far, far away, lived an innocent. pink puff called

kirby

a being of unlimited power who generally likes to spend his days eating sleeping or some variation of the two however all this would change when a certain self-proclaimed monarch would steal all the food in dreamland starting a rivalry that would be safe for last forever or at least whenever they felt like it, since while King Dedede would be the first antagonist of Kirby's timeline, he would soon become less of an actual villain and more of an ally punching bag to keep Kirby crying.
attempting to explain all of kirby lore in a single video
In almost every game in the series, whether trying to stop Kirby from releasing an actual nightmare demon or simply being possessed by an otherworldly force, this king never seems to catch a break, although he talks of possession leading us to our first real piece. from

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dark matter is first revealed in kirby's dreamland 2 dark matter is an amorphous dark entity that most often takes the form of a black sphere with an eye in the center at first, especially in its debut, dark matter seems to be quite simple. antagonist whose only goal is to envelop the world in darkness, if anything, the most sinister thing about dark matter is the fact that it could possess anyone it wanted to do its bidding, including and generally limited to king ddd, however, while the first appearance of darkness Matter was more of a solitary force that attacked the land of dreams only because it was alone and had no friends.
attempting to explain all of kirby lore in a single video

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That's actually real, by the way, in Kirby's Dreamland 3, the next installment of the Dark Materials trilogy, we would finally start to see the bigger picture in terms of this ambiguity. The villain enters Zero, the supposed source and leader of Dark Matter, much like the previous one, targeted Dreamland in an effort to plunge the planet into darkness, although unlike the lone Dark Matter that had attacked Zero before, is much closer to completing its mission with the planet. Him getting pretty wrapped up before Kirby stopped him, but how exactly did he stop him? Well, let me

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to you because yes, this is important, essentially dark matter in general, in addition to being composed of dark matter, are beings of concentrated negative energy and emotions. making his only real weakness the opposite of those positive emotions, just take the aptly named love, love stick, a weapon forged from the gratitude of everyone Kirby helped along the way, which turned out to be Zero's downfall. and his cronies;
attempting to explain all of kirby lore in a single video
However, that being said, not everything is dark. matter are necessarily evil, let's take sticky for example, a member of dark matter that somehow broke away from zero's control completely and formed a will of its own, how did this happen? Well, we'll have to talk about that later because we still have a lot to cover. After Zero was apparently brutally annihilated in the pop star, a similar force began attacking a distant planet known as a ripple star that engulfed the planet so very similar to a certain orb we all know and love, unfortunately for them, although the dark matter struck quickly this time. and the ripple star ended up completely succumbing to their invaders, safe for one inhabitant who escaped with the only means to stop them.
attempting to explain all of kirby lore in a single video
Now I won't give you a full rundown of Kirby 64 as apart from the dark matter that has some familiar faces and the mysterious ruins in Rockstar there really isn't much to unpack at the beginning but it's towards the end of the game when things really They start to turn dark when Kirby reaches the fifth planet in the Shiverstar game because I mean that speaks for itself, doesn't it? Also, I guess this

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s where Adeline came from or at least her ancestors, although she went to the corrupted ripple star after defeating the miracle matter and ridding the planet of all dark matter, the dark star is revealed with a familiar. face in his core, but wait a minute, wasn't Zero destroyed in Kirby Streamland 3, well, pretty much in the case of 64, it's heavily implied that Zero was revived using the body that was discarded towards the end of his first fight. , so after another slight fight. disturbing battle in a game made for children dark matter was supposedly defeated once again never to return for at least another game or two, so taking a step back from dark matter, let's talk about Kirby Superstar, now as for To the story, there is not much to have.
Most of the subgames here are stand-alone stories like Dinah Blade or Revenge of Meta Knight, where Meta Knight tries to start a real war just to make the inhabitants of Dreamland less lazy, but it's certainly the most subgame aside from those. important in the game. The game consists of wishes from the Milky Way in which Kirby is tricked by the scheming Jester Marks into summoning a galactic nova, a mysterious mechanical star of then unknown origin, which you see once someone summons the nova, has the power to grant a wish no matter how small or big. After Marx got the sun and the moon to fight each other to trick Kirby, literally all it took was for him to jump in and first say his desire to turn the seemingly harmless machine into a force of mass destruction and take over. power of both. the sun and the moon to stop his advance though of course even with all that said the two never stood a chance against the seemingly bottomless pit of power that is Kirby as he quickly defeated them in short order but it's not over. there because 12 years later, Kirby Superstar would be remade into Kirby Superstar Ultra, bringing with it a huge new load of information to add to the existing story.
Simply put, with Superstar Ultra came the beginning of one of Hal's new favorite ways to sneak into the story where the least you'd expect is for him to pause the screen descriptions, and while they wouldn't exactly be heavy on the screen this time story, let's say for one in particular, would become much more important in the following games, but pause the screens aside and most importantly with Superstar Ultra. Before completely new subgames in addition to the original seven, there was Revenge of the King, a direct sequel to the first game in the series, Hero's Helper, a version of the arena with only helpers, True Arena and an even more difficult version of the normal arena and the star of the show meta nightmare ultra where for the first time you can play as the infamous knight now meta nightmare ultra is a bit of a complicated case since technically the events that take place in it are not exactly canonical, but are rather a hypothetical scenario in which events that take place within the modes developed certain aspects of the story, but never took place canonically within the main story, such as Galactanite, the final boss of the mode and the strongest warrior in the galaxy. sealed due to fear of his immense power has technically never appeared in the main series canon, though at the same time that doesn't mean he doesn't exist somewhere and could very well appear in the main series canon at any time, the True Arena also falls into this category and serves as a hypothetical scenario with the conception of Mark Soule, a stronger version of Marx who after surviving the nova explosion absorbed its power to get revenge on Kirby and as great as everyone.
That is by far the most important aspect of this is the screen description of his new paw, as it contains some pretty strong foreshadowing, to quote, he absorbed a novus power to retrieve the evil soul from him. Note the fact that it says novas instead of novas while there's a chance it's a translation error considering the events of future Kirby games, I'm not so sure, although we'll get to that later because the next one in the table cut is Kirby and the Amazing Mirror, an incredibly important game in terms of story. As it contains the first instance of the mirror dimension that begins from the literal peak high in the heavens above the dreamland, a mirror portal exists to the mirror world, a complete reflection of the dreamland. which includes mirror world counterparts for its inhabitants one day after sensing a dark force. emanating from the mirror, the meta knight took action to stop the evil at its source, diving directly into the mirror world, only to be immediately ambushed by his evil counterpart, the dark meta knight, and to add insult to injury, he also exited the mirror world. mirror to attack.
Kirby also split him into four versions of himself, much like another Nintendo game that came out around this time, but similarities aside after traveling through the mirror world and defeating the dark meta knight once and for all, the true brain is revealed, the dark mind and would. Wouldn't you know it, he's the Mirror World's equivalent of Zero, corrupting the Mirror World in the same way Zero corrupted the normal one, though fortunately once Dark Mind was defeated, the Mirror World was left in the hands of Shadow Kirby, who would continue on. protecting him in meta knights and Kirby stead now nothing bad will come from the mirror world again, well all I can say is that we will get to that soon, going through the incredible curse of the mirror canvas and the massive attack, since the last two are quite contained in themselves, we come to Kirby's.
Squeak Squad At first, this game appears to have another fairly self-contained story in which Kirby chases after a stolen piece of cake that a gang of thieves known as Squeak Squad stole from him; However, as the game progresses, squeaks occur over the treasure. They assumed it would grant infinite power, it turns out they would get more than they bargained for, as their leader Deroge was possessed by a dark nebula, a member of dark matter that had been sealed away in a forgotten era, abandoned for eons and much like the rest. . Of its kind, the Dark Nebula would be no match for Kirby being absolutely decimated by the Triple Star, so now, with all those story bits out of the way, it's finally time for the next massive load of story in the form of some intrigue. alien that lands in the land of dreams enters maglor, the main villain of kirby's return to the land of dreams, who solely through dialogue reveals many important things, but first of all, let's talk about the ancients who Maglor was first referred to as such.
The ancients were a very advanced civilization that mysteriously disappeared at some point in history due to an unknown cause originally they all lived on halcandra, an extremely distant planet hidden in another dimension, now coincidentally maglor also says that he is native to hal kendra, although considering his story by telling the truth, that could be very We'll be fake, like just taking his ship, the star cutter of the story, while it seems like he's telling the truth about getting it on Halcandra instead of digging it up at a dangerous dinner. Most likely, he simply stole the thing and heavily modified it into a weapon to kill Landia. effort that didn't exactly have the best results, this was also later backed up in Star Allies when the Lore Star Cutter's story is revealed in the main paradise, confirming that the ship was not intended for battle, although in the same chain of dialogue which he reveals also mentions something very noteworthy along with the star cutter of

lore

: the ancients were also responsible for a host of other astonishing relics of untold power with mechanical stars and dream-giving elements. , being two references that the bat emits that connects quite a few more dots on a side note when you meet certain conditions in the bonus mode to return to Dreamland Maglor mentions that he actually came to Dreamland and already met Kirby with someone he knows very well and that he fought Kirby in the past based on these implications and some other information found in later games it is very likely that this mysterious figure is Marx from Superstar, essentially confirming that he survived the nova explosion, so skip ahead a bit to throughout the story and once Maglor tricks Kirby into defeating Landia for the Master Crown he protects, he immediately puts it on.
At the first opportunity, he activates the crown and transforms into a much more sinister form with the intention of conquering the entire universe with his newfound power; However, like those who sought relics of untold power before him, Maglor was not exactly aware of the true nature of the master crown. and as his battle with Kirby progressed, the crown began to show certain features that were not present before when he was under Landis' nullifying effect, perhaps it is the sudden appearance of an eye on the front of the crown or perhaps it is the fact that it's clearly passed from a crownto an immovable helmet, but whatever it is, there's no doubt that the crown itself is sentient and instead of Maglor using his powers, it's the master crown using Maglor.
He only takes the third phase of their fight, where after Maglor fails to defeat. Kirby, even with the power of the Master Crown, the crown takes control into his own hands, completely reforming Maglor into a projection of himself, almost confirming the origin of the Master Crown's power with a certain characteristic that sometimes appears inside Maglor's mouth, in general, Maglor definitely. I learned to never mess around with the powers of literal dark gods again and began to embark on the much more positive adventure of building amusement parks, so yeah, that got pretty dark in more ways than one, if only I could say that Things get better from here.
Next up we head to the picturesque heights of Floralia, a group of six floating islands that Kirby finds himself on after his house is swept away by the dream stalk. The only problem is that along with Kirby, King Dedede was also dragged away by a spider. -as a wizard named Tyranza, mistaking him for the hero of the land of dreams and kidnapping him as a result, you see that while Floralia appears peaceful, it is actually ruled by a tyrannical queen who will stop at nothing to ensure her rule is never disturbed overall, a seemingly simple plot for a Kirby game, all things considered, at least that's how it seems, once the main story reaches its climax and Kirby meets the vanity-obsessed Queen Sectonia, there's clearly something fishy going on .especially considering that the queen would go so far as to physically merge with the dream stalks solely in an attempt to preserve her beauty for all eternity.
To find the answers to this mystery, we will have to look at the other modes within triple deluxe because just like meta nightmare ultra before triple deluxe brings dd detour another what if scenario where the mode shows what would happen if king dedede claimed the stem of dreams instead of kirby now very similar to his meta knight counterpart the only real difference in this mode is its ending where after defeating queen sectonia seemingly out of nowhere, the dimensional mirrors of an incredible mirror appear, forcing Dedede to fight the mirror world version of himself, Shadow Ddd, and that's not all because after defeating Shadow Ddd, the king actually enters the mirror to reveal an even more daring dark meta. knight hungry for revenge, but what does it all mean?
Well, let's take a step back here and start from the beginning based on information spread across a variety of pause screens before the triple deluxe events. Queen Sektonia wasn't always a tyrannical monster bent on world domination, in fact she didn't even look the same, instead she looked a lot like her then best friend at the time, Tyranza, you see, at this point, Tyranza actually had feelings for Sektonia and, as a gift to her, he entered the mirror world and stole the dimension. Unknown to the mirror, the mirror actually served as a prison for the dark meta-knight who since he was defeated had been rotting there, slowly but surely, corrupting the mirror itself with his hatred, so in turn, once Sektonia obtained Tyranza's mirror, it slowly began to change.
The more she looked at it, soon dissatisfied with her current form, she used magic to make herself more beautiful, resulting in the wasp-like appearance you see her in the game and once she looked in the mirror long enough, almost every bit of her her old self had disappeared being replaced by an endless hunger for power and beauty, going back a bit to the events of the main story, the sectonia you see here is nothing more than a shell of her old self and even Terenza realizes that the only solution to save it. For both Septonia and her subjects it is to help Kirby put an end to her permanently, while it is definitely a victory without a doubt, with the sky people finally freed from Sectonia's iron fist for Taranza, it is bittersweet since, although You knew it had to be done, you can do it.
I can't help but mourn the loss of the person I loved so yeah it wasn't that nice if you thought it was depressing just wait until you see what comes next long after the events of the triple deluxe pop star once again was in peace and its inhabitants lived. their lives as they always have when suddenly, out of nowhere, the sky was erased by something immense and spherical in shape, except instead of that sphere being made of very dark matter, this was an immense spaceship called the access arch to the haltman's home. works for a company infamous throughout the galaxy for mechanizing entire planets and harvesting their natural resources, so in turn, while Kirby slept under a tree, King Dedede and the meta knight watched in horror as the pop star planet completely overwhelmed in a matter of minutes, any retaliation soon proves futile, although as always, not everything is exactly what it seems and this time no additional modes will be needed to reveal it, so as Kirby retaliates against the gateway and destroys every one of his five legs embedded in the planet, he meets Susie, the company's executive secretary, and although he doesn't reveal much during his conversations with Kirby, he does mention a certain mother computer that will become extremely important in a moment because once Kirby destroys the five legs and enters the access arch, he finds himself.
President Haltman, the supposed mastermind behind the invasion of Pop Star and all previous planets, after smugly introducing himself to Kirby, reveals Star Dream, an extremely powerful super computer built using the blueprints and knowledge left by an advanced civilization. defeated by Kirby, things get worse because once the enraged Haltman decides to activate Star Dream, Suzy jumps in and removes his control helmet in the process, leaving him vulnerable to being analyzed and assimilated into the now sentient computer, although she waits a second for that. Would he do so well once again? Let's rewind everything a little by once again gathering the information spread across countless pause screens throughout the game long before the events of the main story.
The Haltman Works company was simply a robotics company run by Max Prophet Haltman. Together with his then little daughter Susanna, nicknamed Susie, at some point in their travels through space, as we already know, they came across the plans for a powerful supercomputer that grants wishes and immediately began work on its reconstruction. ; However, during this process, Haltman was meanwhile testing Stardream Space. In the time transportation program there was a terrible accident that took young Susie to another dimension. Fortunately, Susie would survive the ordeal and eventually return to her father as an adult; However, to her dismay, Haltman would not be the same man she remembered as looking when the accident occurred. occurred, Haltman believed his daughter had been killed in the process and, stricken with grief, began to obsess over completing the Star Dream to bring her back, unfortunately, though because the Star Dream and his mental interface were not complete, Haltman began to lose both his compassion and memory of his daughter by changing the goal of his company from revival to infinite prosperity, it would also be at this point that Haltman would begin to mechanize planets and harvest their resources, since in the business plan drafted by Star Dream was the most effective way to maintain eternal prosperity for the company, however, at this point, Haltman was still not completely gone and once he saw Susie for the first time in years, he felt a faint familiarity with her, which in turn made her his executive assistant and returned to the climax of the main story now, after seeing what her father had become to teach him a lesson, Susie had been making preparations to steal Stardream and sell it to any new company. that he wanted it, unfortunately without anyone knowing after analyzing the universe through the Haltman Works company. and being exposed to Haltman's deranged desire to mechanize all of Stardream, he had developed an extreme hatred for all forms of life, so once Susie interrupted Stardream's startup process, the computer set about absorbing everything. that remained of Haltman's memories down to their very foundations. soul merging the two into one all-powerful being bent on mass destruction, of course, now realizing the grave mistake she just made, Susie completely changes her tune and sends Kirby on his way to take down the divine supercomputer given the soul. of a broken man and just wait because it doesn't end there as Kirby fights Star Dream and the real Hal Bird of all things to become stronger.
Star Dream joins the access arch, transforming the entire ship into a sentient planet. Ironically, this also ends up completing Star Dream. as beneath the steel lining of the access arch it is revealed that the entire ship was actually a repurposed mechanical star, with Star Dream being the final piece to reactivate it once again, a technology that was meant to be used for the good of all. those who fell into evil. However, before we move on to the final, as of now, part of Kirby's story, Planet Robobot has a little more in store for us first, as Superstar Ultra and Triple Deluxe Robobot brought another meta-nightmare what-if scenario that returns a mode that, while it gives some pretty valuable pause screen information has an ending that is just crazy, so in this particular timeline, once meta knight defeats haltman stardream recognizes him as his new manager and decides to test his skills and again, while this section really doesn't. contains too much story, rather it serves to show how powerful the star dream is, as it is capable of not only producing a clone of the original dark matter swordsman, but also setonia, and even goes so far as to summon galactanite, who immediately retaliates. destroys the computer and also aside from that mode, in the real Robobot arena, there's another fun little tidbit that Hal decided to sneak into basically the final final phase of Star Dream Fight when Star Dream sucks Kirby to its core every time. you destroy a piece of Stardream.
In the inner workings, a distorted version of Haltman can actually be heard screaming in pain showing that while Stardream had erased most of his soul, fragments of it still remain trapped forever within the malevolent nova until someone destroy it forever, although now, with all that said, we have reached the final stretch, ladies and gentlemen, prepare yourselves for possibly one of the biggest story dumps in Kirby history with the story of Kirby Star's allies ago A long time ago, in deep space, a certain dark power was sealed inside a purple crystal called gemba heart by A group of unknown heroes had achieved this by embedding several heart spheres inside the crystal to seal the evil.
However, many eons later, long after said heroes had disappeared, a new group arose that, instead of wanting to seal the darkness, revered and longed for it. For his return, one of those members of this group was very close to his target and also managed to eliminate the heart spheres that trapped the darkness. The only problem was that he himself did not fully understand how to break the seal, the ritual went wrong and caused the jamb. heart to explode sending its fragments throughout the pop star galaxy included, so in turn, with the entire galaxy once again at stake, Kirby set out to take action and this time he was not alone, as seen in terms of the star allies from the Kirby games, it honestly becomes the series' infinite war with friends and enemies from previous games coming together to help Kirby save the cosmos and it's not like they're just pushed to be in the game, as there are even explanations for some of the more unlikely allies that come along.
In Kirby's aid for Marx, as shown in the real arena cut scene in Superstar Ultra, he actually managed to survive his head-on collision with Nova only instead of taking revenge like he did in that timeline, he changed to better for dark meta. knight, probably the sketchiest dream friend of all, is mainly interested in the dark powers of jamba's heart, probably due to his similarity to his lost master to deroge, well, he just wants to steal jamba's hearts for himself, since believe they are. ordinary jewelry for taranza unfortunately he still has not been able to let go of seqtonia and believes that if he goes to the altar of the divine term he will be able to bring her back to life and finally for susie following her late father. steps, she has begun to rebuild the company she is determined to continue her work of mechanizing entire planets, so she is fine with the surface level stuff out of the way.
Let's go back to the main story when Kirby freed countless people who had been plagued by the fragments ofJamb Hearts that he had stumbled upon a massive spaceship that had recently landed on the pop star, the Jambastion, which housed three wizard sisters intent on collecting the fragments of the Jamb Hearts and, although Kirby would end up thwarting their plans by defeating the three of them, it wouldn't slow down his master one bit. Once Kirby arrived at the Jambandra base, home of the three wizard sisters and their master, it soon became quite obvious what kind of being was sealed within the heart of Jamba, although quite apart from the absolutely enormous amount of history hidden within. the leg screens.
Throughout the game, like Haltman before him, Your Highness, the mastermind behind the release of the Jamb Hearts reveals an incredible amount of information solely through his quick conversation with Kirby, so for everyone's sake you and so that we don't jump too much, let's get started. from the beginning, as we already know, a long time ago there were the ancients, a widespread civilization responsible for many of the things you see in the Kirby games, however, what we didn't know until now is that the ancients were actually divided into two factions, those who were light on science and machines and those who relied on magic and the latter also dabbled with dark matter for a while, the two seem to coexist with each other and the ancient magicians were even the ones who stopped a galactic crisis which threatened everything that, although not confirmed to be galactanite and this is also supported by the fact that it emerges from a portal made in the what-if mode of the allied stars, although one day, for some reason For an unknown reason, the ancient scientists decided that their magical counterparts were too much of a threat and betrayed them by banishing them to the edge of the galaxy for fear of their dominance over dark matter and it's not that the ancient magicals were even remotely evil or simply took on too much highness.
Before his clan was betrayed and banished, he was actually a very kind individual, for example, when he used to travel freely across worlds, he came across three girls, one nearly frozen to death in a blizzard, another burned alive. and one hell and another that was on the verge of death right after he tried to take his own life. Struck by lightning in all three cases, His Highness saved them at the same time by unlocking their hidden potential for certain types of magic, although after being betrayed by the ancient scientists, his once kind heart began to be consumed by hatred. and the obsession that would be at this point. that the now insane highness would form a religion based on dark matter, believing that if he obtained and freed being trapped inside the heart of jamb, it would lead him and his followers to some kind of promised land and at the same time restore his clan now destroyed.
So when Kirby finally reaches the divine terminus where his highness had been performing his ritual for who knows how long, he had fallen completely asleep. He became lost in the darkness within his heart becoming the exact opposite of who he once was, Even when it came to the three sisters he had saved eons ago, His Highness in his insane state only saw them as tools to be used, becoming abusive towards them at times. Even once His Highness was defeated, he became so obsessed with the Dark Lord's resurrection that he sacrificed not only the three sisters but himself, fueling Void Termina's entire resurgence.
Now at first void ends appears to be a huge hulking titan with incredibly destructive powers, you know what you'd expect from a destroyer of worlds, but as the fight progresses there's clearly something more to the humanoid than meets the eye, just take His third phase where, along with wings that look quite familiar, he summons a replica of the crown master almost confirms that void ends is the force that controls the original all the time, but most importantly, there is the fourth phase of void ends where pull up a grounder and copy Kirby's face, what does this mean?
Well, we'll get there in a second because together Kirby's face as he progressed through the Fight void ends confirms what the entire game had been alluding to the fact that not only is it dark matter but it's its source. Now I know I'm trespassing on theory territory, but hear me out. This is because this simply lines up too perfectly as indicated on various leg displays. The void, also known as dark matter, exists in all dimensions, accounting for cases like the Dark Mind in the Mirror World and even Dark Crafter and Kirby and the Rainbow Curses Seventopia, although it is by far the game more fun.
The ever-changing piece of new information expressed by these paw displays is the true nature of dark matter. Remember how in the Dark Materials trilogy Zero's only real weakness was the power of positive emotions. Well, it turns out that was a lot more important than we thought because in This Paws Screen Here it is revealed that, depending on the type of energy that has been accumulated, dark matter will not necessarily always be a force of evil, which explains how sticky it became, but other than all that, we use the information we get from the paw screens and the fact. that void terminus roar is literally just a slower version of kirby's voice, there's a good chance that void terminus is actually related to kirby and the game heavily alludes to the fact that if void terminus was born using purely positive energy, You might very well end up looking for It looks a lot like an articulated pink cloud rather than a dark monstrosity, and in that sense, taking all that into consideration, this game not only explains in detail the origin of dark matter, but according to the information that we have been given, Kirby himself could very well be the result of the birth of the void with pure positive energy, so there you have it good, Kirby's entire story is nicely wrapped up with an elder god, well not yet because after If the void ends were defeated, his highness would fall into a dimensional rift that would absorb all the dark energy that remained. behind and locking himself and another Jamb Heart, so in turn, once Kirby frees him and defeats him in his corrupted state, the three wizard sisters who have also been corrupted challenged Kirby and took him to defeat them again and purify them with a friend. heart finally resolving the hatred that had tormented them for so long, in fact this is honestly a pretty happy ending in Kirby terms, as there are no dead parents or dead crushes, plus in an ending image for the mode, it looks like Even Highness has finally begun to return to his old ways by relaxing with the three serving sisters on the beach, but wait just a second, for while Highness seems to have finally found peace within himself, there is a more imminent entity that I haven't. mentioned if they thought it is the empty terminal of the lower round. it was complicated so oh boy you haven't seen anything yet so it's okay, in Star Allies there is a What If mode called Guest Start Allies where it describes what would happen if one of Kirby's friends faced Highness instead of Kirby himself and as always, it's just the end. that actually has notable changes as instead of fighting the terminal highness of the void he decides to open an interdimensional portal once again releasing the galactic knight into the world, except things don't go as they normally do this time, instead , a familiar butterfly lands on the tip. of his sword completely absorbing the immense power of the galactic night and creating Morphonite, a mysterious warrior whose design actually originated in the canceled Kirby Gamecube game, as cool and completely random as Marvel Knight, let's touch that butterfly for a second because we don't I'm joking when I say he's literally been with Kirby the entire time, while the specific orange one has only appeared in every mainline game since Return to Dreamland.
Butterflies in general have been appearing alongside Kirby since the first game, which means that a being capable of absorbing the actual strongest warrior in the galaxy has been with us all this time, now I know what you're saying, what the hell is going on with Kirby Lore and honestly in this case I share your sentiment as of now the morphonite and the nature of the butterfly are mainly shrouded in mystery and the only real information about them is the fact that the butterfly is a supposed being from paradise and that morphonite is associated with some kind of judgment day, meaning that morphonite is somehow related to Kirby's afterlife.
Absolutely crazy, I know it very well. or at least it is for now, to be honest there's no telling what Hal has in store for us in the next hell, for all we know the yin thread could somehow end up being the key to everything you really never know , but he rants like a madman about Kirby anyway. History for so long has given me an appetite. How about some strawberry shortcake? Now I know this

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