List of SSBB trophies (Kirby series)

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This article is about Kirby trophies in Brawl. For Kirby trophies in Melee, see here. For links to all trophies, see List of trophies.

The following is a list of the 42 trophies from the Kirby series that appear in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. Six are unlocked by completing Classic Mode and All-Star Mode with Kirby, Meta Knight and King Dedede; five are unlocked by successfully performing specific challenges; and the remaining 31 are available through all the means of collecting random trophies, including Coin Launcher.

In PAL versions of Brawl, this series is categorized under the title Kirby's Fun Pak.

Name How to Unlock Picture Description
Kirby
Fighter
Clear Classic Mode as Kirby Kirby - Brawl Trophy.png A round, pink ball of cuteness from a distant, peaceful star. He can swallow anything with his gigantic mouth, then spit it out as ammo. He has the handy ability to copy powers and use them as his own. His hovering ability lets him fly through the air with ease. He's so round, he's sometimes treated like a ball.
Game Boy: Kirby's Dream Land
SNES: Kirby Super Star (NTSC), Kirby's Fun Pak (PAL)
Cook Kirby
Final Smash
Clear All-Star Mode as Kirby Cook Kirby - Brawl Trophy.png Kirby in chef's garb. When Kirby throws on his chef's hat, a giant pot appears in the center of the screen. Characters, items, and even long-distance weapons are sucked into the pot. Once they've simmered a bit, food items equal to the number of things in the pot appear. Characters in the mix get blasted straight up out of the pot.
Wii logo.svg: Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Meta Knight
Fighter
Clear Classic Mode as Meta Knight Meta Knight - Brawl Trophy.png The head of the Meta-Knights, and something of a rival to Kirby. He's quite an accomplished swordsman. Following his code of knightly ethics, he once delivered a sword to Kirby and demanded single combat. His giant cape transforms into wings, giving him the power of flight. He's shown his face briefly before, but his relationship to Kirby is still a mystery.
NES: Kirby's Adventure
SNES: Kirby Super Star (NTSC), Kirby's Fun Pak (PAL)
Galaxia Darkness
Final Smash
Clear All-Star Mode as Meta Knight Galaxia Darkness - Brawl Trophy.png Meta Knight's Final Smash. He flips his cape, and the darkness within envelops his foes and plunges the world into shadow. He then unleashes a series of sword strikes that do terrible damage and launch his foes. In the darkness, Meta Knight can also reach and attack distant enemies. One can imagine Meta Knight zipping back and forth at high speed to accomplish this.
Wii logo.svg: Super Smash Bros. Brawl
King Dedede
Fighter
Clear Classic Mode as King Dedede King Dedede - Brawl Trophy.png The self-styled king of the amazingly peaceful Dream Land. He continually does things unbecoming a king, like stealing the kingdom's food supplies or all the stars from the sky. He's not all bad, though, and sometimes performs good deeds. While he and Kirby often battle, they've been known to compete good-naturedly at speed-eating contests and minigames.
Game Boy: Kirby's Dream Land
N64: Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards
Waddle Dee Army
Final Smash
Clear All-Star Mode as King Dedede Waddle Dee Army - Brawl Trophy.png King Dedede's Final Smash. He whistles, and an army of Gordos, Waddle Dees, and Waddle Doos rain down and rampage, pummeling all in their way. After a bit, they'll pack it in and hit the road. Any left can be forcibly removed. They are fast and numerous, which makes it difficult to get through their ranks without taking any damage.
Wii logo.svg: Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Maxim Tomato
Item
Random Maxim Tomato - Brawl Trophy.png A juicy tomato that heals 50 percentage points of the damage you've accumulated. When one of these appears in combat, rest assured there will be a race to see who can reach it first. It's a race of desperation between players who want to heal their damage and those who want to stop them from doing so. In the Kirby series, Maxim Tomatoes healed all damage.
Game Boy: Kirby's Dream Land
SNES: Kirby Super Star (NTSC), Kirby's Fun Pak (PAL)
Dragoon
Item
Random Dragoon - Brawl Trophy.png An attack-capable Air Ride machine you can assemble by combining parts A, B, and C. You can knock off parts held by foes in combat, so stealing parts is something that's sure to occur. In Kirby Air Ride, you control legendary machines, but the Dragoon not only towers above all others in terms of speed, but it is also able to fly.
GameCube: Kirby's Air Ride
Warpstar
Item
Random Warpstar Trophy.jpg A warp-speed item. In the Kirby series, Warpstars are used to move between stages. In Smash Bros., they're ultra-fast attack items that zoom up and down to devastate anyone they hit. You can shift your landing spot by moving the Control Stick left or right during your descent. Choose your target and hang on! Don't overshoot the mark and plummet off the stage, though.
Game Boy: Kirby's Dream Land
Game Boy: Kirby's Dream Land 2
Superspicy Curry
Item
Random Superspicy Curry - Brawl Trophy.png The spiciest curry around. Eat it, and you'll be able to attack by spitting out fireballs. The eater of the curry will soon be unable to handle the heat, however, and end up frantically dashing about the screen. This is a pretty funny sight that never gets old, especially when it's Samus or Snake. Eat this mouth-scorching dish if you dare.
Game Boy: Kirby's Dream Land
Star Rod
Item
Random Star Rod Trophy.jpg A magic wand. Perform a standard attack with it, and it's a battering weapon. Perform a strong or smash attack, and it fires a barrage of star shots. Throw it at a foe, and that opponent will get sent flying sideways. In the Kirby series, the Star Rod is the power source of the Fountain of Dreams. King Dedede once stole it to imprison the Nightmare Wizard.
NES: Kirby's Adventure
SNES: Kirby Super Star (NTSC), Kirby's Fun Pak (PAL)
Knuckle Joe
Assist Trophy
Random Knuckle Joe - Brawl Trophy.png A martial artist is known for amazing attacks like the Vulcan Jab. With his bandana, he looks and fights the part of a Muay Thai boxer. When Kirby copies Knuckle Joe, he gains the fighting techniques of a hand-to-hand-combat expert. Knuckle Joe also engages in friendly block-breaking competitions with Kirby. His other famous techniques are the Smash Punch and Rising Break.
SNES: Kirby Super Star (NTSC), Kirby's Fun Pak (PAL)
Beam Kirby
Fighter Related
Random Beam Kirby - Brawl Trophy.png Kirby in a jester cap...and a supercute Kirby at that. Beam Kirby features a Beam ability, acquired by inhaling Waddle Doo, that allows him to shoot a whip-like beam at his enemies. With a wide attack range, this ability is extremely easy to use, especially for taking out enemies in bunches. In Kirby Super Star/Kirby's Fun Pak, this beam can also be charged and fired.
NES: Kirby's Adventure
Nintendo DS: Kirby: Squeak Squad (NTSC), Kirby: Mouse Attack (PAL)
Needle Kirby
Fighter Related
Random Needle Kirby - Brawl Trophy.png A Kirby ability made when Kirby inhales a spiked enemy. When attacking, the needles on Needle Kirby 's body extend, giving him a porcupine-like look. This ability provides both offensive and defensive measures against nearby enemies. Plus, needles which extend on Kirby's underside when jumping eliminate any threats on landing.
NES: Kirby's Adventure
Nintendo DS: Kirby: Canvas Curse (NTSC), Kirby: Power Paintbrush (PAL)
Sword Kirby
Fighter Related
Random Sword Kirby - Brawl Trophy.png A Kirby ability made when Kirby inhales a sword-wielding foe or a sword itself. Doing so provides Kirby with a rapid sword slash, a jumping sword spin, or even the energy-beam blast of the Final Sword. It wouldn't be a stretch to say that this is the #1 Copy Ability in terms of accessibility.
NES: Kirby's Adventure
Nintendo DS: Kirby: Squeak Squad (NTSC), Kirby: Mouse Attack (PAL)
Sleep Kirby
Fighter Related
Random Sleep Kirby - Brawl Trophy.png Kirby after he copies the ability to sleep peacefully. Kirby takes on this form when he inhales Noddy or other such enemies. Kirby cannot move at all while sleeping, so extra care should be taken not to use this ability when enemies are near. Kirby, in his slumber, tends to drool, and in his panicked awakening, isn't it cute how he forgets to wipe off the drool?
NES: Kirby's Adventure
Nintendo DS: Kirby: Squeak Squad (NTSC), Kirby: Mouse Attack (PAL)
Wing Kirby
Fighter Related
Random Wing Kirby - Brawl Trophy.png Kirby when he inhales a winged enemy and copies its flying ability. This ability can be used to proceed through strong winds that would otherwise be too tough to overcome. Wing Kirby can also perform a plethora of attack moves, such as the Bomber Head, where Kirby dive-bombs onto enemy heads.
SNES: Kirby Super Star (NTSC), Kirby's Fun Pak (PAL)
GameCube: Kirby Air Ride
Fighter Kirby
Fighter Related
Random Fighter Kirby - Brawl Trophy.png Kirby when he is skilled in martial arts, especially close-quarters combat. Inhaling brawny challengers like Knuckle Joe will transform Kirby, allowing him to use a bunch of fight moves like Rising Break, the heroic uppercut. His Mega Power Shot in Kirby & The Amazing Mirror, which used charged energy to take out faraway enemies, is another Fighter Kirby highlight.
SNES: Kirby Super Star (NTSC), Kirby's Fun Pak (PAL)
GB Advance: Kirby & The Amazing Mirror
Fire Kirby
Fighter Related
Random Fire Kirby - Brawl Trophy.png Kirby when he inhales an enemy who uses fire. Shooting fire from his mouth, Fire Kirby can cook enemies from afar. This ability also allows Kirby to light explosive blocks, fuses, and so on. In Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land and Kirby & The Amazing Mirror, Fire Kirby can roll his burning body into enemies as an attack move.
SNES: Kirby Super Star (NTSC), Kirby's Fun Pak (PAL)
Nintendo DS: Kirby: Canvas Curse (NTSC), Kirby: Power Paintbrush[1] (PAL)
Ice Kirby
Fighter Related
Random Ice Kirby - Brawl Trophy.png Kirby when he copies an enemy with chilly abilities. Ice Kirby can blow an icy wind from his mouth and freeze enemies solid. These frozen enemies can then be knocked into other enemies as an additional means of attack. These blocks are not only effective against enemies but can also be used on terrains such as magma or water.
NES: Kirby's Adventure
SNES: Kirby Super Star (NTSC), Kirby's Fun Pak (PAL)
Plasma Kirby
Fighter Related
Random Plasma Kirby - Brawl Trophy.png Kirby when he inhales Plasma Wisps, which glow with a neon green flame. Plasma Kirby can charge the plasma strength up to a maximum level of 5. In Kirby Super Star/Kirby's Fun Pak, your attack—-be it a Plasma Laser or a Plasma Wave Cannon—-varies with the length of time you charge it.
SNES: Kirby Super Star (NTSC), Kirby's Fun Pak (PAL)
GameCube: Kirby's Air Ride
Tornado Kirby
Fighter Related
Random Tornado Kirby - Brawl Trophy.png Kirby when he inhales enemies that fly around like twisters through the sky. When in tornado form, Kirby can spin freely through the air for short amounts of time, clearing out groups of enemies. Tornado Kirby will continue spinning and bouncing violently off of obstacles until he comes to a stop. One drawback of Tornado Kirby is the control difficulty.
NES: Kirby's Adventure
GameCube: Kirby's Air Ride
Waddle Dee
Fighter Related
Random Waddle Dee - Brawl Trophy.png A carefree creature that wanders the hills and dales of Dream Land. Basically harmless to creatures great and small, Waddle Dees sometimes use parasols to float down through the skies. If Kirby swallows a parasol, he'll get one he can use to float or ward off enemy attacks. On the other hand, Kirby can't copy anything by swallowing Waddle Dees themselves.
Game Boy: Kirby's Dream Land
Nintendo DS: Kirby: Squeak Squad (NTSC), Kirby: Mouse Attack (PAL)
Waddle Doo
Fighter Related
Random Waddle Doo - Brawl Trophy.png A creature identified by a single, unblinking eye. Like Waddle Dees, Waddle Doos roam about Dream Land and sometimes use parasols. Unlike their counterparts, though, they hate being approached—they'll fire a beam of energy at anyone who nears them, so don't think they're harmless like Waddle Dees. If Kirby swallows one, he copies the Beam ability and gains a jester's hat.
Game Boy: Kirby's Dream Land
Nintendo DS: Kirby: Squeak Squad (NTSC), Kirby: Mouse Attack (PAL)
Gordo
Fighter Related
Random Gordo - Brawl Trophy.png A creature that sits in one place and doesn't even try to move. They won't even-budge if Kirby tries to inhale them—they're the definitive obstacle. In addition, they're covered in spikes, so they damage whoever touches them. They're found stopped in groups, blocking narrow passageways, etc. Nothing's harder to get by than an encampment of Gordos.
Game Boy: Kirby's Dream Land
Nintendo DS: Kirby: Squeak Squad (NTSC), Kirby: Mouse Attack (PAL)
Dyna Blade
Fighter Related
Clear All-Star mode on Very Hard difficulty Dyna Blade - Brawl Trophy.png A monstrous bird with white- and rainbow-colored bladed wings and huge talons. Challengers who face Dyna Blade are forced to contend with her speed and armor plating that can reflect any attack. The only weak point is her head. In Kirby Super Star/Kirby's Fun Pak, she's destroying Dream Land's crops, but there's apparently a perfectly good reason for this.
SNES: Kirby Super Star (NTSC), Kirby's Fun Pak (PAL)
GameCube: Kirby's Air Ride
Blade Knight
Fighter Related
Random Blade Knight - Brawl Trophy.png A sword wielder covered head to toe in armor. Kirby can copy his Sword ability by inhaling him. Blade Knight has a variety of sword techniques, including chops and 100-slash combo attacks. As a helper, you can take him with you, and he will assist by taking out enemies with sword attacks. He's about as strong as Sword Knight.
NES: Kirby's Adventure[2]
Bonkers
Fighter Related
Random Bonkers - Brawl Trophy.png A large enemy who wields a giant hammer as a weapon. Bonkers battles you with several moves—his hammer attack and coconut throw could be considered his specialties. Kirby can inhale Bonkers to learn Hammer and Smash techniques.[3] Not many know this, but Hammer Kirby can also break walls and pound down stakes.
NES: Kirby's Adventure
Nintendo DS: Kirby: Squeak Squad (NTSC), Kirby: Mouse Attack (PAL)
Bronto Burt
Fighter Related
Random Bronto Burt - Brawl Trophy.png A bird that looks a lot like Kirby. Bronto Burt has clear wings that he uses to busily flutter around the skies of Dream Land. He will pull off sudden dive bombs on occasion, and although he has no ill will toward Kirby, Bronto Burt will sometimes collide with the pink hero if he gets in the way. You should be especially careful of these collisions.
Game Boy: Kirby's Dream Land
Nintendo DS: Kirby: Squeak Squad (NTSC), Kirby: Mouse Attack (PAL)
Cappy
Fighter Related
Random Cappy - Brawl Trophy.png A creature that looks like a walking mushroom at first glance. Inhaling him will strip off only his cap, revealing his true identity. Cappy tends to run around wildly, flailing his arms... and then gently eases back into a relaxed strut as if nothing ever happened.
Game Boy: Kirby's Dream Land
SNES: Kirby Super Star (NTSC), Kirby's Fun Pak (PAL)
Golem
Fighter Related
Random Golem - Brawl Trophy.png One of many statues found in Mirror Country, far up in the skies of Dream Land. Typically inert, Golems will only move to attack if Kirby draws near. Other Golems protect treasure chests, and some get shot from the mouth of the King Golem. Kirby can inhale Golems with a super inhale to copy the Stone ability.
GB Advance: Kirby & The Amazing Mirror
Kracko
Fighter Related
Random Kracko - Brawl Trophy.png A well-known boss from the Kirby series. Kracko is a cloud with a big eye and numerous spikes. He threatens Kirby with a number of weapons, including beam and rain attacks. In Kirby Super Star/Kirby's Fun Pak, Kracko first appears as Kracko Jr., continuing his onslaught on Kirby as he grows in size.
Game Boy: Kirby's Dream Land
SNES: Kirby Super Star (NTSC), Kirby's Fun Pak (PAL)
Scarfies
Fighter Related
Random Scarfies - Brawl Trophy.png Creatures with cute, catlike faces that float through the sky in a playful, gentle manner. Try to inhale them, however, and Scarfies take to the offensive in a new, scary form. They can't be inhaled and eventually explode on their own. This is one enemy that you should probably attack as little as possible. That's right—let sleeping Scarfies lie.
Game Boy: Kirby's Dream Land
GB Advance: Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land
Sir Kibble
Fighter Related
Random Sir Kibble - Brawl Trophy.png An armor-clad foe. Sir Kibble grips the blade on his head between his hands before launching it at Kirby. By inhaling Sir Kibble, Kirby can copy his Cutter ability to throw boomerang-like blades. At close range, Sir Kibble can use his cutter like a sword for a direct attack.
Game Boy: Kirby's Dream Land
GB Advance: Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land
Walky
Fighter Related
Unlock 50 hidden songs Walky - Brawl Trophy.png A microphone who trudges along and enjoys himself as he sings. By inhaling Walky, Kirby gains the ability to shout, allowing him to clear all enemies off the screen with a high-volume blast. This is a powerful ability that can only be used up to three times. In Kirby Air Ride, this ability sends every racer within range into a spin.
Game Boy: Kirby's Dream Land[4]
SNES: Kirby Super Star (NTSC), Kirby's Fun Pak (PAL)
Wheelie
Fighter Related
Random Wheelie - Brawl Trophy.png A real speed demon. Once the Wheelie gets going, he can't be stopped. Wheelies are sometimes known to run in packs too. Kirby can copy the Wheel ability, turn into a tire, and run over enemies. The momentum will keep him rolling until he runs into an obstacle such as a wall.
SNES: Kirby Super Star (NTSC), Kirby's Fun Pak (PAL)
GameCube: Kirby's Air Ride
Hydra
Fighter Related
Random Hydra - Brawl Trophy.png One of only two legendary Air Ride machines. Known also as the King of Destruction, the Hydra was born to battle. Collecting its three parts on City Trial will reveal its fiendish side. With high offensive and defensive levels, the Hydra can easily blast through rivals and obstacles, leaving a swath of ruin. This is the ultimate Air Ride machine for attacking the course.
GameCube: Kirby's Air Ride
Bomber
Fighter Related
Random Bomber - Brawl Trophy.png One dangerous dude—as evidenced by the skull drawn on his body. Bomber walks around on two legs, but whenever he falls from stairs or other high places, he hits his head and explodes, covering a significant blast radius. Kirby can suck him up to learn the Crash ability, the ultimate weapon for wiping out every last enemy on the screen. Use it once and it's gone!
NES: Kirby's Adventure
SNES: Kirby Super Star (NTSC), Kirby's Fun Pak (PAL)
Bugzzy
Fighter Related
Random Bugzzy - Brawl Trophy.png One of Kirby's foes. Those unlucky enough to get too close will get body-slammed with Bugzzy's vicious pincers. He also releases smaller bugs. Kirby can copy the ability to body-slam by inhaling him. In Kirby Super Star/Kirby's Fun Pak, this ability is called quick stamping. It's just one of many pro-wrestling moves he uses.
SNES: Kirby Super Star[5]
NES: Kirby's Adventure
Combo Cannon
Stage
Clear Target Smash Level 5 in under 30 seconds Combo Cannon - Brawl Trophy.png The main gun of the Battleship Halberd. As the name references, it has two guns—the top one shoots out slow-moving shells, and the bottom one fires a powerful laser. There's a mechanical arm at the base that is used to grab enemies and hold them to be blasted by the laser cannon. It has a wide attack range and once shot down Dyna Blade after she aided Kirby.
SNES: Kirby Super Star (NTSC), Kirby's Fun Pak (PAL)
Halberd
Stage
Clear Event #3: Pink Ball Repulsion Halberd - Brawl Trophy.png Meta Knight's battleship, built to help Meta Knight take control of Dream Land. It's crewed by Meta Knight and the Meta-Knights and is equipped with the Combo Cannon and a shrimplike robot called the Heavy Lobster. Kirby destroys the ship's reactor, causing the Wheelies who power the ship to flee. In the end, the ship crashes into the sea while the sun sets in the background.
SNES: Kirby Super Star (NTSC), Kirby's Fun Pak (PAL)[6]
Apples
Stage
Clear Target Smash Level 1 Apples - Brawl Trophy.png Fruit that falls from above when you're battling Whispy Woods. Kirby can suck them up and spit them out as useful projectile weapons. They're nice to have around when you don't have any Copy Abilities, but they do damage when they hit you, so they can be a bother too. They offer no ability when swallowed. These apples are not produced by Whispy Woods.
Game Boy: Kirby's Dream Land
SNES: Kirby Super Star (NTSC), Kirby's Fun Pak (PAL)

Notes[edit]

  1. Fire Kirby's latest appearance is mistaken as being in Kirby: Canvas Curse, when, at this point, its latest appearance was Kirby: Squeak Squad. A similar ability, Burning, appears in Kirby: Canvas Curse instead.
  2. In Japanese versions of the game, Blade Knight's other game appearance is listed as Kirby Super Star. It was removed in Western versions of the game for unknown reasons.
  3. The Bonkers trophy says that Kirby could get the Smash ability by inhaling him. This is not correct, as he only gives Hammer. Smash can only be obtained by inhaling Master Hand in Kirby & the Amazing Mirror, which is quite fitting as the ability is a scaled-down version of Kirby's Melee moveset (even including Hammer), and Master Hand originated in the Smash series.
  4. In the NTSC version of Brawl, Walky's trophy shows Kirby's Dream Land as being on the NES, rather than the Game Boy. This was corrected for the PAL version. In the Japanese version, however, Walky's debut is listed as Kirby's Adventure.
  5. Bugzzy's game appearances are listed out of order in both the NTSC and PAL versions of Brawl. This was not the case for the Japanese version, as it had the listing in the correct order.
  6. In the Japanese version of Brawl, Halberd's other game appearance was listed as Kirby Squeak Squad. It is unknown why this was removed in international releases.


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