Ranking based on how much I do not want to kill Kirby and the forgotten land enemies

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We do not have (paper) pages on the internet, but we still like scary jokes – so welcome to our semi-regular feature back page. Today, Kate takes a stand against the immorality of killing cute little boys in Kirby.


I’ve been playing a lot of Kirby and Forgotten Land lately, although it’s not very challenging in terms of mechanical difficulty, it Much Morally challenging in terms.

You see, Kirby is a tiny pink ball of indeterminate species, and his friends – vodka teas – even small squash-shaped objects, they are Different But Similar Species. “Are they currently trying to kill you?” Beyond simply asking yourself that, it is very difficult to accurately calculate the “friendly squash thing” and the “evil enemy squash thing”. Still, I do not know if I should kill them again.

Are these other creatures really “bad”? After all, they were all quietly together before Kirby came and ate them. Am I imposing some kind of dreadful order on the Kirby, happy chaotic world, and am I aiming to turn this apocalyptic paradise into a vadil tee town? I’m kind of War criminal?

In an effort to calm my conscience, I have compiled a ranking list of all Kirby enemies, including F-Dire “No, These Are Deadly Deserving” and S-Dyer “The People Who Choose to Kill These Cubs. The Real Monsters”. I invite all of you to send a print-out of this article to the HAL Lab and ask for their mercy.

F TIER: These guys deserve to die

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கொடித்துண்ணி

I feel like I’re starting to get very disgusted because Gnawcodile really did not want to start it if it helped the fight. These big guys patrol the islands, they’re not inhaled or conquered – you can avoid them, but if you swim too close, they will attack you. Technically, if you run over them on a boat, they have no problem with you, but I feel that Kirby – a live god – can catch a crocodile.

Shotso

Shotso

They are barefoot guns. I do not know how they came to be – maybe their mother was a bit of a big gun – but they are one of nature’s faults. The only thing that rescues them is their cute little legs, but it’s not sorry. Mosquitoes also have small legs, and they suck in every possible way to suck.

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மூக்கி

Honestly, any opponent based on the creepy monkey-symbol toy / torture device can land in the tank.

E TIER: I don’t think badly about this

Balloon Meister

Balloon-Meister

I think this may be a personal revenge, but I hate the balloon-meister, the bomber sea lion more than most people think.

This is because I like seals: they are round, thin, and very silly, and they lie on the beach all day screaming. They are awesome! Sea lions, on the other hand, are distinct and shiny and not thin. And the thing is, I carry bread ready to go to the fish chambers, where there will always be a bloody sea lion, with his massive flippers and slim body, it would be nice to balance a ball in his nose. No! not that!

You are not seals, for which I hate you.

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Image: IGN

மும்பி

Mummies are scary! They follow you with creepy red eyes, I hate them. Sorry, but they have to go back to their sarcophagus and leave Kirby alone. Their only retrieval feature is that they are rounded, which is a nice shape.

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கபு

It’s hard to feel so bad about killing enemies that seem like inanimate objects, or at least not emotionally. Kabu is Everywhere In the Forgotten Nation, I feel a little worse for using him as a complementary enemy that is so easy to kill, and I have no regrets about killing him. He is a sand castle.

Poison is treachery

Poison is treachery

I haven’t fought this guy yet, but he’s not pretty. Seeing the length of the queue he looks like he is angry or like the person telling people about eating bananas in public. Also, he has poison. These kinds of traits call the police trick or treat. I hate him.

Spookstep
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Spookstep

I have not fought with him, but I do not pursue many demonic enemies. Listen, you’re already dead! Leave me alone, otherwise you will die a double death!

Sssnacker
Image: IGN

Sssnacker

You may think, “How bad is a snake? It’s a snake, snakes are good.” I agree with you! Snakes are cold! But I think Sssnacker belongs to the E layer especially for one reason: digesting things * is my thing. Retreat, snake boy.

Twister
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Twister

It’s a little windy, innit? I have no regrets about killing the wind.

D TIER: May, no big loss

Tekapu

The big cup

Kabu is an e-tire because Kabu is a sand fort with a face. Big kapu de tire, because she is the mother of kapu (coming out of her mouth). Killing mothers is a little worse than killing them ethically … their children … isn’t it? Oh good one.

Dikkuh

Dikkuh

I like moles. Although this guy is a little scary – and he’s trying to kill me with his training. Also, sorry to say this, his design is not so pretty.

Panda
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Panda

Another bloody demon who will not leave you alone. It is at least more beautiful than the others, so he advanced up to de tire.

Torturer

Torturer

He was a tortoise, stuck in a little concrete. I feel a little bad about killing him, most of the time you have to push the spike into his shell and then into his soft body, but he started it by trying to bite me.

Tortenga
Image: IGN

Totenga

What to do if a cactus hates you? This is the question posed by Totenga. I have not fought with him yet, but I do not care if he lives or dies because when I was a child, a cactus fell on my bed while I was sleeping and I had to remove the spikes from my skin. Days. Do not ask questions as to why there was a cactus near my bed! Can a child not sleep near a cactus without fear?


From “vague human figure, embarrassing to kill” to “Which demon will kill this creature ?!” Continue on page two to see the C layers up to the S layer, which will take you up.

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