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Green Greens

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For the stage transformation in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS, see Dream Land GB.
Dream Land: Green Greens
SSBU-Green Greens.png
Green Greens stage screenshot in Brawl.

Green Greens as it appears in Smash.
Universe Kirby
Appears in Melee
Availability Starter (Melee and Ultimate)
Unlockable (Brawl)
Unlock criteria Play 20 matches as Kirby. (Brawl)
Crate type Normal (Brawl)
Presents (Ultimate)
Maximum players 4 (Melee and Brawl)
8 (Ultimate)
Bolded tracks must be unlocked
Melee Green Greens
Brawl Green Greens (Melee)
Fountain of Dreams (Melee)
Ultimate Kirby series music
Main: Green Greens (Melee)
Alternate: Staff Credits - Kirby's Dream Land
Tournament legality
Melee Singles: Banned
Doubles: Banned
Brawl Singles: Banned
Doubles: Banned
Ultimate Singles: Banned
Doubles: Banned
Article on Wikirby Green Greens
A stage based on Green Greens from Kirby's Dream Land. Whispy Woods (the tree in the center) blows wind to the sides. You can eat the apples it drops to recover health! Or you can just pick them up and throw them at your opponents.
Super Smash Blog, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Official Site

Green Greens (グリーングリーンズ, Green Greens) is a starting stage in Super Smash Bros. Melee and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and an unlockable stage in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. It is also Kirby's home stage, and where the player faces him and his teammates in All-Star mode on this stage.

Stage overview[edit]

The stage is made up of three floating islands. The island in the middle is the largest, and above it are two floating platforms. The two islands to the left and right are somewhat smaller, and are usually where most of the fighting occurs. The tree in the center, Whispy Woods, will occasionally blow gales of wind in a certain direction to disrupt the fight.

Between the islands are blocks that stack up. The blocks will stop appearing once a stack is five blocks high, and will not start again until the fifth block is destroyed. Combatants can break the blocks by attacking them; hitting a Bomb Block causes an explosion in the vicinity, dealing heavy knockback and 22% damage in Melee, 20% in Brawl and 13% in Ultimate.

Also, Whispy Woods will occasionally shake its branches, dropping apples on the middle island. If players are in the middle section when this occurs, they will be damaged by them. After landing, the apples become items. Some apples are projectiles that can be picked up and thrown at enemies, while others are healing food.

Ω form and Battlefield form[edit]

In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, the main platform of the Ω form and Battlefield form has the main platform of the normal version resized and reshaped to match Final Destination and Battlefield, respectively. Whispy Woods still appears in the background, but does not blow players away nor drop apples onto the stage. Blocks also do not drop. The three soft platforms are based on the two checkerboard purple and yellow soft platforms in the normal form.

Hazards Off[edit]

With stage hazards off, the blocks do not appear at all and Whispy Woods does not blow or shake its branches.


Whispy Woods, as he appears in Kirby Super Star.

This stage is loosely based on Green Greens, which first appeared as the first level in Kirby's Dream Land; however, it aesthetically bears a closer resemblance to the first stage of Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards.

Whispy Woods, a sentient apple tree, first appeared in Kirby's Dream Land as the first boss and has appeared in numerous Kirby games since. In most games, he attacks by dropping apples over Kirby and shooting gusts of air at him; however, in Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards, Whispy Woods attempts to shake apples off himself onto Kirby. In this stage, Whispy Woods will occasionally shake out apples onto the stage that damage fighters when hit. He will also sometimes blow out air; however, this only pushes fighters without damaging them.

In Kirby Super Star's The Great Cave Offensive, there is a room with falling stars that turn into Star Blocks that stack up. The falling stars also damage Kirby if they fall on him. Bomb Blocks, first appearing in Kirby's Adventure, are exploding blocks that cause chain reactions in some levels that allow Kirby to proceed. In this stage, there are falling Star and Bomb Blocks; however, unlike in The Great Cave Offensive, the falling Star Blocks do not damage fighters.

Tournament legality[edit]

The normal form of Green Greens is banned in tournaments in all of its appearances, though older rulesets for Melee did allow the stage to be used; the reason for its banning is due to its overabundance of opportunities for camping. The bomb blocks can also easily disrupt matches, and in Brawl, their knockback is enough to allow for KOs. The side blast lines are also abnormally close to the platforms, allowing for early KOs, and the tower of blocks allows for wall infinites, such as shine infinites by Fox and chain throws by King Dedede.

Update history[edit]

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate 3.1.0

  • Green Greens' on-screen appearances and revival platforms locations have been changed.


A few glitches can occur on this stage:

  • Though it is not known how it is accomplished, one glitch causes the Bomb Blocks to explode forever, so after the initial explosion and the destruction of the Bomb Block, anything that touches the area the block was in is hit by an explosion, making it impossible for new blocks to fall and create a sturdy platform. This video shows the glitch.
  • Another causes Jigglypuff to "fall" eternally after any standard jump or double jump. There needs to be at least two blocks on top of each other. Jigglypuff can then jump into the blocks. It can be either in front of or behind Jigglypuff. As long as the direction is being held towards the blocks, Jigglypuff will retain the falling motion but not move downwards. Using any attack cancels this as it destroys the blocks. It can be redone once two blocks are again available.
  • Finally, if Olimar uses Pikmin Throw to toss a red, white or blue Pikmin on the side of the blocks, they will spin continuously until the blocks get destroyed, or they latch onto an opponent. However, if one does this with three sets of Pikmin on the same group of blocks, the game could freeze; if not, a maximum of 864% of damage can be dealt. This glitch does not work with Yellow Pikmin due to their flight arc, nor will it work with Purple Pikmin as they destroy the blocks, freeing the stuck Pikmin.


Super Smash Bros. Melee[edit]

Super Smash Bros. Brawl[edit]

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese グリーングリーンズ Green Greens
UK English Green Greens
France French Vertes Prairies Green Meadows
Germany German Green Greens Super Smash Bros. MeleeSuper Smash Bros. Brawl
Frühlingswiese Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
Green Greens
Spring Meadow
Spain Spanish Green Greens Super Smash Bros. MeleeSuper Smash Bros. Brawl
Prados Verdes Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
Green Greens
Green Meadows
Italy Italian La verde aiuola Green Flowerbed
China Chinese Green Greens
South Korea Korean 그린 그린 Green Green
Netherlands Dutch Green Greens
Russia Russian Зеленые поляны Green Meadows


  • Despite the Fantasy theme of the stage, the appearance of the containers are the classic wooden ones in Brawl.
  • Although Whispy Woods' design is taken from Kirby's Adventure and Kirby Super Star, his attacks are more like those of the Whispy Woods in Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards.
  • If a Bomb Block explodes and the player pauses the game, the game will lag if the camera is zoomed to the explosion.
  • Green Greens, Rainbow Cruise, Pokémon Stadium and Big Blue are the only Melee stages present in Brawl but not either version of Smash 4.
  • In Ultimate, the following Assist Trophies cannot appear on this stage: Kapp'n, Color TV-Game 15, Dr. Kawashima and the Ghosts. Additionally, Solgaleo and the Timer cannot appear either. All of them can only appear on the stage's Battlefield and Omega forms.