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Lollipop Land
Name (JP) ロリポップ ランド (Roripoppu Rando)
- Meaning Lollipop Land
World
Kirby: Triple Deluxe
1Level 23
ThemeDesserts, indoor aquatic areas, haunted circuses
BossesPaintra
Common enemiesBig Missile, Big Waddle Dee, Blipper, Bronto Burt, Broom Hatter, Cappy, Chilly, Chip, Clown Acrobot, Craby, Furnace Bot, Fuwa Rover, Gordo, Grizzo, Horror Tramp, Hot Head, Kabu, Key Dee, Knuckle Joe, Lanzer, Mamanti, Moonja, Noddy, Parasol, Parasol Waddle Dee, Poppy Bros. Jr., Rocky, Scarfy, Search, Shotzo, Sir Kibble, Sparky, Springy Hand, Spynum, Squishy, Waddle Dee, Waddle Doo, Wheelie, Whippy
Mid-bossesGrand Wheelie, Gigant Edge, Flame Galboros DX

Lollipop Land is the second floating island of Floralia and serves as the second level in Kirby: Triple Deluxe.

General Information

Lollipop Land is a cheerful area abundant with sweets -- desserts are scattered all over the ground and even grow like flowers. Some stages take place inside unusual indoor areas with jigsaw puzzle backgrounds and bodies of water. Kirby has to watch out for candy-shooting tanks and a paranormal circus as he tries to catch up with Taranza and free King Dedede.

Copy Abilities

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Archer
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Beam
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Bell
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Bomb
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Circus
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Crash
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Cutter
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Fighter
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Fire
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Hypernova
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Ice
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Ninja
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Parasol
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Sleep
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Spark
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Stone
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Sword
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Wheel
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Whip

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Trivia

KFZ Springy Hand Land

Springy Hand Land

  • A stage based off of Stage 3 of Lollipop Land appears in Kirby Fighters Deluxe. It is called Springy Hand Land.
  • In the French version of Kirby: Triple Deluxe, Lollipop Land is called Lieux Ludiques -- "Playful Places" in French.
  • The music that plays in Stage 2 of Lollipop Land (track 22 in the Sound Test), called "Toy Rhythm," was made to feel like music from the Nintendo Entertainment System. The developers had an NES to use for reference.
  • Scenery from Lollipop Land is used as a backdrop for some Kirby: Triple Deluxe-themed badge catchers and badge albums in Nintendo Badge Arcade.

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