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Garden Area
Name (JP) しんぴの楽園 (Shin pi no rakuen)
- Meaning しんぴ - 神秘 (Shinpi) "mysterious", 楽園 (Rakuen) "happy garden" (lit. paradise)
A place in
The Great Cave Offensive
Kirby Super Star (Ultra)
3Level 4-
ThemeUnderground garden
BossesWham Bam Rock
Common enemiesBio Spark, Birdon, Bomber, Broom Hatter, Capsule J2, Capsule J, Chilly, Gator, Gordo, Grizzo, Noddy, Scarfy, Sir Kibble, Squishy, Tookey, Twizzy, Wheelie

Garden Area is a strange area found beneath Dream Land by Kirby in The Great Cave Offensive. The level proceeds the Old Tower and is the last area in the sub-game.

Despite being underground, the sky is clearly visible in Garden. This is reflected in the enemies, as almost all of the enemies fly. Some examples of these would be Capsule J(2), Birdon, and Twizzy. The area follows a similar path to Crystal Area, as it splits into three paths.

The left path leads to a paradise-like area which leads to a large cloud with many puzzle rooms hiding treasure. The right path leads to a Scarfy-filled area with cannons. This proceeds into a water-filled area with a few Treasure Chests. The center door leads to a small area with some ropes and Chillys. This path leads to the end boss, Wham Bam Rock. This is strange, as the rest of Garden Area was sky-based, whereas Wham Bam Rock is a deity comprised of rocks.


In the Super Smash Bros. series

SSBU Garden Area

Garden Area in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U

Garden Area appears in The Great Cave Offensive stage in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U. It takes up the left side of the stage.



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