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Olive Ocean
Name (JP) オリーブオーシャン (Orībuōshan)
- Meaning from "Olive Ocean"
A place in
Kirby & The Amazing Mirror
5Area 67
ThemeQuiet Sea
Common enemiesBatty, Blipper, Bomber, Bronto Burt, Chip, Cookin, Droppy, Flamer, Foley, Giant Rocky, Glunk, Golem, Gordo, Haley, Heavy Knight, Hot Head, Jack, Leap, Minny, Mirra, Parasol, Parasol Waddle Dee, Pengi, Prank, Rocky, Roly-Poly, Scarfy, Shooty, Shotzo, Sir Kibble, Snooter, Sparky, Sword Knight, UFO, Waddle Dee, Waddle Doo, Wheelie
Mid-bossesBoxy, Bonkers, Mr. Frosty

Olive Ocean is the sixth level in Kirby & The Amazing Mirror following Carrot Castle and preceding Peppermint Palace.

General Information

Olive Ocean is a large body of water in Mirror World. The very beginning of the level takes place above the sea on several tropical islands. At later points in the level, Kirby must navigate through the serene ocean's coral-filled passageways. This water level bears much resemblance to Cabbage Cavern, as well as having many mirrors leading there; however in this level there is less emphasis on land and more on water. Swimming can hinder Kirby's abilities, thus slowing him down. Going into the water with a rare ability, such as Hammer or Smash, is not advised as there is no way Kirby can inhale the buoyant star. The scenery here also includes sunken ships and undersea trenches. The shark Gobbler inhabits a ship graveyard located in its waters, and serves as the level's boss.

When compared to other bodies of water in the series, Olive Ocean seems to be more bleak and dreary. It shares this trait with Secret Sea, which is also visually dark and barren.


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Olive Ocean is an area in the Mirror World of Kirby & The Amazing Mirror. There are islands scattered about it, and most of them have subterranean waterways providing passage through them. The sea itself is shallow enough for light to shine through to the bottom, which is filled with corals and is the resting place for the occasional sunken ship.


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