Kirby Wiki

Moonlight Mansion

1,790pages on
this wiki
Add New Page
Add New Page Talk2
Kirby & The Amazing Mirror background
Moonlight Mansion
A place in
Kirby & The Amazing Mirror
1Area 23
BossesKing Golem
Common enemiesBatty, Big Waddle Dee, Blipper, Blockin, Boxin, Bronto Burt, Chip, Cookin, Droppy, Flamer, Foley, Giant Rocky, Golem, Gordo, Heavy Knight, Hot Head, Laser Ball, Leap, Metal Guardian, Minny, Rocky Roly-Poly, Scarfy, Sir Kibble, Snooter, Soarar, Sparky, Squishy, Sword Knight, Twister, Waddle Dee, Waddle Doo
Mid-bossesMr. Frosty, Batafire, Boxy, Bonkers

Moonlight Mansion is the second level in the game Kirby & The Amazing Mirror, following Rainbow Route and preceding Cabbage Cavern.

General Information

Moonlight Mansion is a towering, purple mansion located in an area in the Mirror World that was apparently abandoned sometime ago and made the stronghold for the Mirror World's Golems. The level is seemingly engulfed by nighttime at all times. This is the first level with a boss that gives a Mirror Shard. Its overall layout is rather big yet easy to navigate. High atop the mansion's spire is the Warp Star that leads directly to Candy Constellation, and down below is an underground laboratory.

Built into the ivy-covered castle walls are stained glass windows. These are most noticeable in the sanctuary where the boss of the level, King Golem, is fought. These windows display pictures of Gobbler, Wiz, Kracko, Mega Titan, and King Golem himself.


Db The following section contains transcluded content from the Database. Source: (viewedit • help)
Theme - Carrot Castle / Moonlight Mansion

Carrot Castle is a regal castle in the Mirror World of Kirby & The Amazing Mirror. Its appearance belies the danger within its beautiful corridors, filled with enemies and spike traps.

Moonlight Mansion is a spooky mansion under perpetual moonlight next to Rainbow Route. Its dilapidated outside is home to overgrowing vines, but its inside is well-lit and well-kept with shelves full of books and corridors equally full of enemies.

Both Carrot Castle and Moonlight Mansion share the same musical theme.


  • The only Squishy in Kirby & The Amazing Mirror is hidden in a water-filled area in Moonlight Mansion.
  • This level can be seen as a parallel of Castle Lololo.


Also on Fandom

Random Wiki