| Dream Land|
|Home stage to||Kirby (SSB)|
|Unlock Criteria||Complete Target Test with every character.|
|Tracks available||Dream Land N64|
|Tournament legal (SSB)|
|Singles||Neutral (US ruleset,) Only Allowed Stage (Japanese ruleset)|
|Tournament legal (SSBM)|
|Article on Wikirby||Dream Land|
Dream Land can also refer to the area in which the following stages are located: Dream Land (from Super Smash Bros.); Fountain of Dreams, Green Greens, Past Stages: Dream Land (all from Super Smash Bros. Melee); and Battleship Halberd (from Super Smash Bros. Brawl).
The stage was first introduced in Super Smash Bros.. This is also the stage where a group of Kirbys is fought. This is a rather simple stage, being similar to other stages like Super Smash Bros. Melee's Battlefield and Fountain of Dreams where it has 3 platforms floating over a main one. Whispy Woods, a recurring boss in the Kirby series, is also in the middle of the stage, facing left. He will blow toward one side of the stage every so often to mess up the battle. His wind seems a little less powerful than it is in Melee's similar stage, Green Greens, where he can blow characters off the ledge. This stage is legal in SSB competitive play. It is worthy to note as well that Dreamland is the only legal stage in the Japanese ruleset. Bronto Burts and King Dedede can also be seen flying in the far background.
Dream Land is Kirby's home stage, and it is also the stage where Ness is fought while being unlocked (this could be because both characters come from games developed by SSB developer HAL Laboratory).
 Past Stages: Dream Land
Dream Land is also available in Super Smash Bros. Melee under this name, and is one of the three unlockable Past Stages from Super Smash Bros. This stage is unlocked by beating Target Test with every character. Like all Past Stages, it is completly unchanged.
In the original incarnation of this stage, there is a glitch that can occur if one plays as Captain Falcon. To execute it, the Captain Falcon player must stand to the right hand edge of the stage and use their Falcon Kick. Instead of flying forward like he should on the ground, he will bounce off the ground as if he had kicked into a wall. This can be used in mindgames to trick an opponent into jumping or moving to the left.
When the tree in the background blinks, certain characters will experience animation errors in their attacks.
 Tournament Legality
This stage is neutral in SSB and is one of three starters (along with Hyrule Castle and Congo Jungle.) It is the most common neutral played along with Hyrule Castle in the American ruleset. The general given reason why it is legal in the United States is that the majority of the cast outside of Link benefit heavily on this stage due to its small size and gimp potential making it less campy than Hyrule or Congo and that the wind affects the stage competitively much less than the tornados on Hyrule or the barrels on Congo. It is the 2nd most common doubles stage as well to Hyrule as the larger stage size is preferred. It is also a semi-common stage in the Peruvian ruleset, but not as common as Hyrule. This stage is also the only legal stage in the Japanese ruleset, making it the only stage commonly neutral throughout all rulesets.
This stage is neutral in SSBM as well. The stage is slightly larger in Melee than it is in SSB. This is considered Peach's, Samus's (against certain characters), and Ganondorf's best stage. It is also considered the most neutral Smash stage ever, according to a 2004 Japanese poll on Melee (which obviously did not include any stages from Super Smash Bros. Brawl).
Dream Land is the generic term used for Kirby's homeland, paralleling Mario's Mushroom Kingdom or Link's Hyrule. In Kirby's Dream Land the first boss is Whispy Woods, who is an apple tree. Whispy Woods has also been the first boss in Kirby Super Star's Spring Breeze. In this stage Whispy Woods resembles the Kirby Super Star version of him. One of the attacks that Whispy Woods use is he sometime blows out puffs of air that would cause damage. In this stage Whispy Woods blows out air, but this does not cause damage. King Dedede is the main recurring villain in the Kirby series. One of the attacks King Dedede uses in Kirby's Adventure and Kirby Super Star is he puffs up and tries to ram into Kirby. King Dedede can be seen puffed up flying in the background of this stage. The overall design of King Dedede looks similar to his appearance in Kirby's Dream Land 3. A common enemy in throughout the Kirby series are Bronto Burts. A Bronto Burt can also be seen flying across the background of this stage. 
 Description from the Instruction Booklet
Beware the wind that blows from the Whisper Woods - it just might blow you away.
 External Links
Stages in Super Smash Bros.
|Starter stages||Congo Jungle · Dream Land · Hyrule Castle · Peach's Castle · Planet Zebes · Saffron City · Sector Z · Yoshi's Island|
|Unlockable stages||Mushroom Kingdom|
Stages in Super Smash Bros. Melee
|New starter stages||Brinstar · Corneria · Fountain of Dreams · Great Bay · Green Greens · Icicle Mountain · Jungle Japes · Kongo Jungle · Mushroom Kingdom · Mute City · Onett · Pokémon Stadium · Princess Peach's Castle · Rainbow Cruise · Temple · Venom · Yoshi's Island · Yoshi's Story|
|New unlockable stages||Battlefield · Big Blue · Brinstar Depths · Final Destination · Flat Zone · Fourside · Mushroom Kingdom II · Poké Floats|
|Returning unlockable stages||Dream Land 64 · Kongo Jungle 64 · Yoshi's Island 64|
|Characters||Kirby (SSB · SSBM · SSBB · SSB4) · Meta Knight (SSBB) · King Dedede (SSBB)|
|Side characters||Assist Trophies: Knuckle Joe|
Enemies: Gordo · Waddle Dee · Waddle Doo
|Stages||SSB: Dream Land|
SSBM: Fountain of Dreams · Green Greens · Past Stages: Dream Land
SSBB: Halberd · Melee Stages: Green Greens
|Items||SSB: Maxim Tomato · Star Rod|
SSBM: Maxim Tomato · Parasol · Star Rod · Warp Star
SSBB: Dragoon · Maxim Tomato · Superspicy Curry · Warp Star · Star Rod
|Trophies & Stickers||Trophies in Melee · Trophies in Brawl · Stickers in Brawl|
|Music||Music in Brawl|