Yup. It's that time again. It's time to waste your time, and my own, by theorizing about some stuff! Todays topic involves the mysterious Sparkling Stars (or Twinkle Stars, if you like that sort of thing) that first debuted in Kirby's Dream Land. Also, it's been awhile since I've written anything like this, so I'm incredibly rusty. Can't really remember the last time I picked up an old Kirby game to play, either. Well, let's dive right into the theory thing!
Let's start off with some basic questions.
- Just what are the Sparkling Stars anyway?
- Where did the Stars go?
- Did the Stars give Kirby his powers?
So this first question is just a little review for those of you a little rusty about the lore behind KDL. They are said to be stars which aid Dream Lan…Read more >
I'm going to be honest. I've just been falling into old habits and staring at the "Recent Wiki Activity" screen for the last half an hour or so. But the more I stare at it, the more I feel like there's nothing really going on like there was two years ago. Though, that' probably because it's 11:35 PM here...
I don't know. I've been gone for two years or so. A lot has changed around here, I surmise. Heck, the layout is somewhat different. I can't remember who were admins and who weren't when I left. I think there was only three of us at the time. Changtau2005 came back at one point. And then, uh, yeah. I just kind of lost touch. It's good to see that the threat of vandals seem almost non-existent, though. I'm sure one or two stumble in every no…Read more >
I can't entirely recall if this is a big problem anymore, but I believe I have the solution of where Soul of Sectonia appears in relation to the storyline.
Ok, so let's start this off by saying The Arena and The True Arena are not canon. At all. Let's also say the ending of Kirby: Triple Deluxe isn't canon, either.
Keep your cool; let me explain.
Remember how the stalk Sectonia is on collapses after Kirby defeats her initially? And then he does his little dance, whatever. Shortly after, Sectonia grabs him with a vine, Dedede knocks Kirby unconscious and tosses him a Miracle Fruit, yadada...Right, well the canon differs here. Let's say that Sectonia was truly defeated. She collapsed, presumably dead. Kirby does his little dance, and presumably begin…Read more >
The year is 2040. Mankind has proceeded not much in their technology pursuit. In fact, we're no better off than we are right now, in 2013.
The economy is great, and politics have been greatly reduced (don't ask me how, I'm not from the future). As such, wars have become completley non-existent. The Kirby series as we know it has been destroyed, stopped after the release of Super Smash Brothers 4: FIGHT!, in which Nintendo layed off all the workers at HAL. The event sparked controversy, but Nintendo was firm. No more Kirby.
You, a massive Kirby fan, are saddened by Nintendo's decision. You go on in our life knowing that there will be no more Kirby games, that the games you have now will be treasures in the years to come. You were…
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After reading AdamGregory03's blog on Magolor for the upcoming 'SSB4 WiiU/3DS, I became inspired to create up a moveset for Marx! I think he'd be more likely than Magolor, but oh well. Here goes!
- Marx falls from the top part of the screen, while on his ball. He slips off of it and the ball goes bounding off the screen. Marx gets up.
- Marx enters from the side of the screen, walking.
Marx hops on his ball, similar to the Milky Way Wishes intro.
Marx pratfalls. As tripping has been removed from the game, it is a subtle reference to that fact.
Marx does a backflip, landing on his hat and does a twirl.
Marx looks at the screen and flashes an evil smile.
Marx balances on one foot and does twirls.
Marx transforms into his powered up version and flies off …
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