|This article is about the level in Kirby's Epic Yarn. For the location in other Kirby games, see Dream Land.|
Kirby's Epic Yarn screenshot
|A place in|
|Theme||Kirby's home world|
|Common enemies||Big Waddle Dee, Boinger, Bomber, Bow Waddle Dee, Bronto Burt, Buttonbee, Chilly, Dandan, Embaconda, Gator, Gordo, Grizzo, Li'l Kracko, Magmotamus, Octopea, Ooki, Sawgill, Scarfy, Shotzo, Soocher, Spear Waddle Dee, Sulkworm, Twiggy Woods, UFO, Uniclod, Waddle Dee, Waddle Doo|
|Mid-bosses||Whispy Woods, Kracko, Main Cannon No. 2, Reactor|
- Whispy's Forest
- Tempest Towers
- Cloud Palace
- Castle Dedede
- Yin-Yarn Boss Battle
- Meta Melon Isle
- Battleship Halberd
- Crank Handle Patch: opens Tempest Towers.
- Pinwheel Patch: opens Cloud Palace.
- Boxing Glove Patch: opens Castle Dedede.
- Bells of Joy Patch: opens Yin-Yarn boss battle.
- Baseball Bat Patch: opens Meta Melon Isle.
- Galaxia Sword Patch: opens Battleship Halberd.
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|Theme - Ripple Star|
- The four stars that the carpet to Castle Dedede roll down onto are a reference to the ending of Kirby's Dream Land. In the ending, Kirby carries Castle Dedede up into the sky, and when the state wears off, the stars fly underneath the castle and hold it in the sky.
- Meta Melon Isle could be a reference to Kirby's Adventure, as the area takes inspiration from Ice Cream Island, the area where the Meta-Knights were introduced, and Orange Ocean, where Meta Knight himself was first fought.
- The level select music for Dream Land is a remix of the level select music for Ripple Star from Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards.