KSSU Dyna Chick sprite
Kirby Super Star Ultra Sprite
Dyna Chick
Name (JA) ダイナベイビー (DynaBaby)
- Meaning Dyna Baby
In games
KSSU logo
SpeciesDyna Blade
AffiliationKirby, Dyna Blade

Dyna Chick is the baby of the ancient bird Dyna Blade. There is more than one Dyna Chick - three of them appear in the ending of the Kirby Super Star sub-game Dyna Blade, where Kirby feeds them apples from Whispy Woods and teaches them flying lessons, therefore making their mother happy.

Physical Appearance

As seen in Kirby Super Star and the anime, Dyna Chicks are yellow, featherless little birds and when they start to grow up, their wings start to get larger and start having white stripes,their body starts to grow feathers and they start to wear a red armor like their mother as shown in the Live Healthy cutscene in Kirby Super Star and its remake.

In Kirby: Right Back at Ya!

Dyna Chick

Dyna Chick in the anime

Dyna Chick is also a minor character in Kirby: Right Back at Ya!. Dyna Chick first appeared in Kirby's Egg-Cellent Adventure where Dyna Blade thought the chick was eaten by Kirby,but it later turned out that he was actually taking good care of the chick, which placated Dyna Blade's anger. Dyna Chick later reappears in The Empty Nest Mess where King Dedede and Escargoon try to kidnapp the chick so that they can turn it into a monster thanks to the Insta-Monster-Mixture, but Kirby manages to lead Dyna Blade at the castle to save the chick in time. Another of Dyna Chick's appearences is in Tourist Trap where it's seen the tourist take pictures of it, which scares it,but then it's mother arrives because she think the Tourist where threatening it.It's last appearence is in Waste Management where Crowmon kidnapps it so that Dyna Blade can do nothing to attack the monster. Dyna Chick is often an endless source of trouble, just like most real-life babies, and Dyna Blade often has her wings full with this one. Not just getting into trouble very often, Dyna Chick is also prone to wandering off on its own misadventures. Since Kirby was the first thing it saw when it hatched, Dyna Chick is also often addicted to him. Since it is flightless and awkward, it barely resembles the bird it will become 100 years later (as it takes 100 years for it to mature anyway).