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Mid-Boss All Stars is a set of mid-bosses fought in succession in the Kirby series. The set of mid-bosses are fought in place of a standard boss battle, and appear in Kirby Super Star (and its remake), Kirby & The Amazing Mirror, Kirby's Return to Dream Land, Kirby: Triple Deluxe, and Kirby: Planet Robobot. Mid-Boss All Stars pits the player up against three or four mid-bosses. They only appear in The Arenas and The True Arenas, with the exception of Kirby & The Amazing Mirror's Boss Endurance; all are fought in a coliseum.

Games

Kirby Super Star and Kirby Super Star Ultra

There are two sets of Mid-Boss All Stars in Kirby Super Star, and a third one in Kirby Super Star Ultra. They are aptly named Mid-Boss All Stars 1, Mid-Boss All Stars 2, and True Mid-Boss All Stars (which only appears in The True Arena).

Mid-Boss All Stars 1: the first three mid-bosses encountered in Dyna Blade (excluding Iron Mam at Enemy Stage)

KSSU Mid-Boss All Stars 1

Mid-Boss All Stars 2: first two mid-bosses of Spring Breeze, mid-boss of Enemy Stage, and mid-boss in the Old Tower basement.

KSSU Mid-Boss All Stars 2

True Mid-Boss All Stars: the only mid-bosses present in Revenge of the King (excluding Kracko Jr.'s Revenge)

KSSU True Mid-Boss All Stars

In Helper to Hero, Mid-Boss All Stars 1 is fought in Round 2 and Mid-Boss All Stars 2 is fought in Round 8, each with alternate palettes.

KSSU Mid-Boss All Stars 1 HtH
KSSU Mid-Boss All Stars 2 HtH
  • Chef Kawasaki is brown.
  • Bonkers is orange.
  • Bugzzy is blue.
  • Poppy Bros. Sr. is red.
  • Mr. Frosty is green.
  • Iron Mam is green.
  • Jukid is blue.

Kirby & The Amazing Mirror

There are three sets of Mid-Boss All Stars in Kirby & The Amazing Mirror's Boss Endurance, but do not have any given names, being represented by three purple balls with a couple of stars in them, and a differently colored background: red, purple, or green.

Mid-Boss All Stars Red: all mid-bosses featured in Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land

KatAM Mid-Boss All Stars Red

Mid-Boss All Stars Purple: Arena Waddle Dee from Kirby Super Star and a couple of new mid-bosses

KatAM Mid-Boss All Stars Purple

Mid-Boss All Stars Green: all new mid-bosses

KatAM Mid-Boss All Stars Green

Kirby's Return to Dream Land

Kirby's Return to Dream Land once again features two sets of Mid-Boss All Stars (however, Sphere Doomers act similarly to Mid-Boss All Stars).

Mid-Boss All Stars 1:

KRtDL Mid-Boss All Stars 1

Mid-Boss All Stars 2:

KRtDL Mid-Boss All Stars 2

In The True Arena, the last two mid-bosses in each Mid-Boss All Stars are fought simultaneously.

Kirby: Triple Deluxe

Like Kirby Super Star, there are only two sets of Mid-Boss All Stars.

Mid-Boss All Stars 1:

Mid-Boss All Stars 2:

Kirby: Planet Robobot

As with Kirby Super Star, Kirby's Return to Dream Land and Kirby: Triple Deluxe, there are only two Mid-Boss All Stars.

Mid-Boss All Stars 1:

Mid-Boss All Stars 2:

Trivia

  • The "Mid-Boss All Stars" name is only used in Kirby Super Star/Ultra and Kirby: Planet Robobot.
  • The position in which each Mid-boss spawns in changes depending on the game:
    • In Kirby Super Star/Ultra, odd-numbered Mid-bosses (Chef Kawasaki, Bugzzy, Poppy Bros. Sr., Iron Mam, Mr. Tick-Tock, and Phan Phan) spawn to the left of the player, and even-numbered Mid-bosses (Bonkers, Mr. Frosty, Jukid, Grand Wheelie, and Fire Lion) spawn to the right of the player. The Mid-boss always spawns a set distance away from the player based on the player's position when the previous Mid-boss is defeated (or the initial position of the player in the case of the first Mid-boss of each group). This is the only time where a Mid-boss' position is not set.
    • In Kirby & The Amazing Mirror, all Mid-bosses spawn at the right side of the coliseum, with the first Mid-boss already being present. Mid-bosses like Bombar, Batafire, and Master Hand, all spawn in the air, at varying heights.
    • In Kirby's Return to Dream Land, Mid-bosses spawn on the opposite side of the arena that the player is on. If there are two Mid-bosses, the second one (Bonkers EX in the case of Mid-Boss All Stars 1 EX, and Dubior EX in the case of Mid-Boss All Stars 2 EX) spawns on the same side of the arena that the player is on.
    • In Kirby: Triple Deluxe and Kirby: Planet Robobot, the Mid-bosses have set positions and, like Kirby Super Star/Ultra, alternate between the right and left sides of the arena.
  • All of the Mid-bosses in Kirby Super Star/Ultra's Mid-Boss All Stars 1 grant Copy Abilities that can only be obtained from Mid-bosses or Copy Essences.
  • All of the Mid-bosses in the True Mid-Boss All Stars are present in Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land.
  • Bonkers appears in every game in which a Mid-Boss All Stars group is present.
  • Kirby: Triple Deluxe's Mid-Boss All Stars 1 bears resemblance to Kirby Super Star/Ultra's Mid-Boss All Stars 1, having Bonkers be the second Mid-boss fought, with the third Mid-boss being a beetle (Bugzzy and Hornhead).
  • The alternate colors used by the Mid-boss All Stars in Helper to Hero are from when they're fought in Cavius.

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