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Copy Ability
KRTDL Stone
Kirby's Return to Dream Land artwork
Stone
Name (JP) ストーン (Sutōn)
In Games
KA logo
KDC logo
KDL2 logo
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KNiD logo
KAtM logo
KCC logo
KSSU logo
KRtDL Logo
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Super Smash Bros. series (special move)
In the anime#J02/#E02 - #J08/#E08 - #J47/#E42 - #J80/#E80
TypeTransformational/Melee
AppearanceOriginal: Wears a samurai helmet similar to Ninja's but of different color. In Kirby Super Star, Kirby gains brown skin with orange feet; in the anime, stone-grey skin with dark crimson feet.
Current: Hat is similar to Ice's but has rocks instead of crystals, a horn on each side held by blue rings, and five decorative blocks on the front.
PropertiesEarth
Other PowersPounds Stakes, destroys Metal Blocks, rolls down hills, becomes invincible
Ability IconKTD Stone icon
Regular enemiesRocky, Gansan, Cairn, Pompey, Hack, Transformer, Golem, Bukiset, Giant Rocky
Mid-bossesBlocky, Moundo, Master Hand's stars from ground pound
BossesMaster Hand's stars from ground pound, Crazy Hand's stars from ground pound, Clanky Woods' boulders
HelperRocky, Golem (Kirby GCN)
Kirby rocks with the Stone ability! Slide down slopes and squash your enemies in seconds flat! With so many possible transformations, who knows what he'll turn into next!
— Stone's Flavor Text • Kirby: Planet Robobot

Stone is one of Kirby's Copy Abilities.

General Information

Stone is almost entirely a defensive ability - unless Kirby happens to use it above a foe's head. However, in Kirby's Return to Dream Land, Stone gets a move called Stone Uppercut, which gives another way to use the power for offense. Stone is an easy way to beat bosses with minimal damage by simply dropping over the boss's head and staying in stone form until the boss moves away. It can also avoid devastating full-screen attacks, like Marx's black hole. The hat looks somewhat like a samurai helmet with a red plume on the top and a guard on the back, with a star on the forehead piece.

The Stone hat originally had the same design as the Ninja hat with different colors, but Kirby wears a different one as of Kirby's Return to Dream Land. It has a rocky appearance similar to Ice's. A similar brown hat was also intended for the unreleased Kirby GCN.

Stone is a Mode for Robobot Armor in Kirby: Planet Robobot.

Move Set

Attacks

Move Controls Description Notes Element
Stone Change B/1/tap with stylus Kirby turns into a stone or other heavy object. He becomes invincible and, if in the air, falls with great speed. He deals damage whenever he passively moves in stone form.
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This attack was previously known in Kirby Super Star as Stone Smash.
KAtM logo
KCC logo
Kirby can roll down slopes.
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Kirby can walk around but not jump.
Earth
Change Back B/1/tap with stylus in stone form Kirby bursts out of stone form with a small explosion. N/A None
Turbo Stone Dash + 1/B Kirby transforms into stone form while dashing, spinning around for a while before stopping.
KSSLogo
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This attack debuted in Kirby Super Star, and has been present in all Kirby platformers since Kirby's Return to Dream Land.
Earth
Heavy Smash Down + 1/B (Midair) Kirby spins around in midair, then smashes on the ground, creating a shockwave. The statue that Kirby turns into is bigger than Stone Change.
KRtDL Logo
This attack debuted in Kirby's Return to Dream Land, and has been in every Kirby platformer since.
Earth
Stone Uppercut Up + 1/B Kirby forms a stone fist and attacks diagonally upwards.
KRtDL Logo
This attack debuted in Kirby's Return to Dream Land, and has been in every Kirby platformer since.
Earth
Mighty Uppercut Up + Hold B Kirby charges up Stone Uppercut before attacking.
KTD logo
This attack debuted in Kirby: Triple Deluxe.

Damage Values

Move Damage 19960321
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Damage 20111024
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Damage 20161006
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Stone Smash 50 40 38
Change Back N/A 20 19
Turbo Stone 32 32 38 (1st hit), 2 (subsequent hits)
Heavy Smash N/A 50 (falling hit only)
4 (1st spinning hit/unlinked 1st shockwave hit), 3 (repeat spinning hits/unlinked 2nd shockwave hit/linked shockwave hit comboed)
43 (linked falling hit)
47 (falling hit only)
2 (spinning hits), 33 (falling hit)
Stone Uppercut N/A 20 23

Animal Friends

Move Controls Description Element
Rick B Rick becomes a giant boulder. His partner will then stand on top and roll him around. Rick is invincible, but Kirby is not. Earth KDL3 Stone Rick sprite KDL2 Stone Rick sprite
KDL2 Stone Rick sprite 2
Coo B Kirby becomes a stone in Coo's talons and the duo smash all beneath them. You can fly upwards. Earth KDL3 Stone Coo sprite KDL2 Stone Coo sprite
KDL2 Stone Coo sprite 2
Kine B Kine is ultimately the same as Kirby's lone stone ability. Earth KDL3 Stone Kine sprite 2 KDL2 Stone Kine sprite
KDL2 Stone Kine sprite 2
Nago B Nago slams a Rock Kirby into the ground, pulverizing anything in the duo's path. Earth KDL3 Stone Nago sprite
ChuChu B ChuChu swings her stone partner around and smacks nearby enemies. She can move while doing this, albeit slowly. Earth KDL3 Stone ChuChu sprite
Pitch B Pitch becomes a rock while Kirby leaps into the sky and slams him down. Earth KDL3 Stone Pitch sprite

Robobot Armor Mode

Move Controls Description Element
Rock Crusher Release B The Robobot Armor punches powerfully forward. None
Rock Rusher B repeatedly The Robobot Armor unleashes a five-punch combo attack consisting of two punches forward, two uppercuts and one final smash down. None
Earth Shaker ↓ + B Kirby puts the armor's fists together and smashes downward. Earth
Rock Blocker Press and hold B The Robobot Armor's fists are held up in a defensive position. None

Super Smash Bros. series

SmashStone

Kirby's Stone ability in Super Smash Bros. Melee

In the Super Smash Bros series, Stone is Kirby's down special attack. He can only turn into his distinct rock form in Super Smash Bros., but in Super Smash Bros. Melee, Super Smash Bros. Brawl, and Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, the ability acts more like its Kirby Super Star variant, turning Kirby into a variety of heavy objects. These include his normal Stone form, a 100t Weight, a garbage block from Panel de Pon (in the floral style associated with the character Lip), a spiked ball, and a Thwomp from the Super Mario series.

In Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, Kirby can change his stone using custom moves. He can now also use Grounding Stone or Meteor Stone. Grounding Stone allows Kirby to bury opponents that he lands on, but it takes longer for him to transform. Meteor Stone gives a meteor effect to opponents hit by the attack, but it takes longer to transform out of.

Like in Kirby's own games, he's still invulnerable to attacks (except grapples and throws) regardless of what he turns into and only hurts other fighters if used over their heads. The ability can be also used to attack foes from above, which is the most frequently used form of this attack. The Stone also slides down slopes, so care needs to be taken when using the move near slopes. Also, in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, the attack can be broken, as anything damaging enough to do at least 30% damage, despite inflicting no damage, can force him out of stone form with full knockback.

Kirby: Right Back at Ya!

HnK Stone

Stone Kirby, as he appears in the anime. Note the gray coloration of his skin.

StoneKirbyAnime

Kirby in his alternative Stone form

In the anime, Kirby keeps the traditional Stone hat from Kirby Super Star, but his skin turns stone-gray instead of brown. Surprisingly, the ability works more like one from Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards, specifically the Double Stone mix, allowing Kirby to turn into a giant, pink stone statue of himself which can walk and jump, albeit very slowly.

Stone Kirby relies on his sheer bulk to crush enemies. In the transformation sequence, Kirby's skin changes to gray. A flash of light forms his hat and he puts it on.

Transformation Sequence

Stone transformation
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Flavor Texts

GameFlavor text
KA logo
Kirby's body turns into a solid rock! In this form, he cannot be hurt by enemy attacks!
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Transform Kirby into various stone figures and smash the enemies.
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No one can hurt me! Look out below!
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Turn into an invincible stone block and crush your foes. Roll down slopes to pulverize everyone you hit!
KCC logo
Get petrified! Roll invincibly!
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Pound! Pound! CRUSH! Change into many heavy forms. When on a slope, you'll sliiiiide.
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Crush things to bits! Transform into who knows what! Uppercut with a fist of rock! Slide down slopes and make rapid progress!
KTD logo
Kirby rocks with the Stone ability! Slide down slopes and squash your enemies in seconds flat! With so many possible transformations, who knows what he'll turn into next!

Related Quotes

Release your rage with rocky punches! Earth-shaking Rock Crusher!
— In-game description for the Stone Mode of Robobot Armor • Kirby: Planet Robobot

Trivia

  • In certain games, Stone can take on a variety of transformations, many of which are uncommon.
    • In Kirby Super Star and Kirby Super Star Ultra, Kirby can become a golden statue of Mario and a bronze statue of Samus (which pays homage to Metroid II: Return of Samus's box art).
    • In Kirby's Return to Dream Land, he can transform into the legendary DragoonMarx on his ball; a Star Block; a carved image of Wham Bam Rock in his Kirby Super Star Ultra design; a golden 8-bit statue of Kirby from Kirby's Adventure; a golden statue of Meta Knight and Galacta Knight; a golden statue of the Star Rod, Magical Paintbrush, and Triple Star; and one statue of Rick, Coo, and Kine as opposed to individual statues of the three.
    • In the New Challenge Stages mode of Kirby's Dream Collection: Special Edition, most of the Stone forms appear in Smash's moveset, with a few new transformations: there is now a golden 8-bit King Dedede swinging his hammer (once again from Kirby's Adventure), the 8-bit Kirby now has a "20th" mark above him, and there is a golden Magolor.
    • In Kirby: Triple Deluxe, Kirby can transform into a statue of Bandana Waddle Dee, Meta Knight, and King Dedede; a dark-green bronze statue of Ultra Sword Kirby brandishing his weapon; a pearl statue of four Kirbys from Kirby Mass Attack; a silver statue of the Lor Starcutter; a golden statue of Drawcia and Dark Nebula; a golden statue of Marx and Magolor; and a golden 8-bit statue of Kirby (Kirby's Adventure) holding the Star Rod.
      • The Egg Statue—a golden block depicting the HAL Laboratory logo—is the rarest transformation thus far in the series. It appears in Kirby Super Star Ultra, Kirby's Return to Dream Land, Kirby's Dream Collection: Special Edition, Kirby: Triple Deluxe, and Kirby: Planet Robobot.
    • In Kirby: Planet Robobot, there is a rare statue of a golden Ultra Sword Kirby brandishing the rare bluefin tuna, as well as another rare golden Mario statue, this time the exact appearance of the Gold Mario statue that is featured on the title screen of New Super Mario Bros. 2 once one million coins have been collected.
      • Also in Kirby: Planet Robobot, there is a rare golden statue of Tom Nook, who is one of the many characters in the Animal Crossing games.
      • The statue of Marx and Magolor is made of stone instead of gold in Kirby: Planet Robobot.
      • There is also a rare golden Master Hand statue in Kirby: Planet Robobot that can only be obtained through the Smash Bros. ability.
      • There's also a golden statue of Queen Sectonia and Taranza.
      • There's also a stone statue of King Dedede and Masked Dedede, a reference to Kirby Super Star Ultra and Kirby: Triple Deluxe, where both versions of King Dedede are present.
      • There's also a stone statue of ChuChu the octopus, an Animal Friend from Kirby's Dream Land 3.
  • Stone is one of the few abilities to have a multi-form attack; the others being Ultra Sword, Archer, and Circus.
  • The volcano that Stone Kirby can transform into is actually Mt. Fuji, a famous Japanese mountain.
  • In Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land, this ability still turned Kirby brown, even in multiplayer. This was removed in later games to prevent confusion, eliminating Kirby's color-changing feature.
  • Oddly, in Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land, the icon was a Waddle Dee sitting on Transformed Stone Kirby. In Kirby & The Amazing Mirror, it was Stone Kirby landing on a Waddle Dee. It was probably changed because the function of the ability went from a plain block to the round stone of most games.
    • This also makes it the only ability in Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land to get a different icon in Kirby & The Amazing Mirror.
  • In the credits of Revenge of the King and the original Kirby Super Star's Milky Way Wishes credits, the Mario statue is seen just before the credits finish. A real, 'flesh' Mario is seen at the end of Kirby Super Star's credits, however.
  • In Kirby Super Star Ultra, if Kirby happens to morph into his Macho Statue form and he's on a slope, the statue will appear to actually be posing. When sliding, this form automatically changes to include different poses (two in Kirby Super Star) depending on how steep the hill is.
  • In Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Kirby's down B move is the stone transform. Some of the original transformations make a reappearance in this form.
  • Until Kirby's Return to Dream Land, Stone Kirby's hat was the same as Ninja Kirby's hat, just a different color.
  • The Thwomp that Kirby can transform into in Super Smash Bros. Melee is based off of Thwomp's design from Super Mario 64. The Stone's design was not updated for Super Smash Bros. Brawl, despite the fact that Thwomp's design had drastically changed several years before the game's release. The Stone's design was later updated in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U to reflect Thwomp's New Super Mario Bros. U appearance.
  • Stone is one of three abilities that has a voluntary form that makes you invulnerable from nearly all damage. The other two are Leaf, with its guard, and Archer, with its crouch.

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