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Mt. Dedede
Name (JP) マウントデデデ (Mauntodedede)
- Meaning from "Mt. Dedede"
A place in
Kirby's Dream Land
4Stage 5-
Spring Breeze
Kirby Super Star (Ultra)
3Stage 4-
ThemeCastle on a mountain
BossesKing Dedede
Common enemiesKirby's Dream Land Main Mode: Blipper, Booler, Broom Hatter, Cappy, Chuckie, Coner, Dizzy, Flapper, Glunk, Gordo, Grizzo, Kabu, Kookler, Mumbies, Parasol, Parasol Waddle Dee, Poppy Bros. Jr., Puffy, Scarfy, Sir Kibble, Squishy, Twizzy, Two Face, Waddle Doo, Wizzer
Kirby's Dream Land Extra Game: Benny, Blipper, Blopper, Boomer, Broom Hatter, Cawcun, Coner, Flapper, Flotzo, Gaspar, Glunk, Gordo, Grizzo, Grumples, Hurly, Mr. P. Umpkin, Parasol, Parasol Waddle Dee, Peezer, Poppy Bros. Jr., Scarfy, Skuller, Tookey, Waddle Doo, Whiskers
Kirby Super Star (Ultra): Parasol, Parasol Waddle Dee, Poppy Bros. Jr., Rocky, Waddle Dee, Waddle Doo
Mid-bossesKirby's Dream Land: Whispy Woods, Lololo & Lalala, Kabula, Kracko
Kirby Super Star (Ultra): None
King Dedede heard you were coming and he has called for all the stage bosses to return to Mt. Dedede to protect him. This is going to be your toughest battle yet, but if you've come this far, you mustn't give up. Remember, the people of Dream Land are counting on you!
— Instruction manual description • Kirby's Dream Land

Mt. Dedede is a mountain in Dream Land. Not much is known about the mountain itself, other than the fact that one of King Dedede's castles is at the top of it. It is the last stage of Kirby's Dream Land and Spring Breeze, and is set after Bubbly Clouds.

Games

Kirby's Dream Land

Mt. Dedede serves as the final stage. The main room has four doors, each with a picture of a previous boss. Kirby can enter these doors in any order that he wishes. The doors lead to short versions of the previous stages and then fights the bosses. The door leading to each boss is blocked by a Gordo and can only be accessed if Kirby touches an imposter Kirby. Then Kirby must fight all the bosses, after which he will be able to enter King Dedede's arena for the final bout.

Kirby Super Star and Kirby Super Star Ultra

In Spring Breeze, the castle is shortened to only two rooms, the first where Kirby can choose an ability (from an enemy), and the second (and last) one featuring the battle with King Dedede. This time, the arena where Dedede is fought now has an audience watching the fight.

Later in Revenge of the King, Kirby must fight Kabula in the mountain's skies, then enter a large castle known only as "The Revenge". This castle is guarded by various enemies such as Spear Waddle Dees as well as mid-bosses from Kirby's Adventure and its remake, such as Phan Phan, Mr. Tick Tock, Grand Wheelie, and twin Fire Lions. This sub-game ends with a rematch with King Dedede, who wears a mask and has a modified hammer (along with an arena surrounded by an electric fence).

In both the first game and Spring Breeze, the castle ends up airlifted by Kirby shortly after sending Dedede flying out of the palace (destroying a section of the Palace), with Kirby having been transformed into a massive hot-air balloon. And travels over to a field before Kirby reverts to his normal form, and the palace is held aloft in the air by the stars that transformed Kirby, with food raining down.

Audience Members (Kirby Super Star Ultra)

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Theme - Mt. Dedede
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Mt. Dedede is the final level in Kirby's Dream Land. It doesn't have much of a musical theme as the level is essentially a series or doors to bosses, and Kirby was not expected to stay in the main area for long. The music resurfaced in Kirby Super Star and was used again as the background music in the configuration screen of Kirby Super Star Ultra.

Related Quotes

The main bosses, which Kirby defeated in each of the four previous stages, are back again at Mt. Dedede. Kirby will have to trek through four brief "mini-stages" and challenge the bosses again. You can choose the order in which you fight the bosses.
— Description • Nintendo Power (Volume #39)

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