Ability upgrade ideas
*third one based on the costume from kirby fighters 2
Spoilers for Kirby: Forgotten Land
Hello there Kirby Fandom, this is more of an observation than a theory and if anything doesn't make sense, just call me out. Just trying to piece this together.
Enough small talk.
So it is rather obivious that Fecto Elfilis powers were used by the ancient to devolp their own Warp-Technologie for their ships...
(see picture: Star-Shaped portals from Fecto Elfilis Bossfight and rip in Space to pull Popstar through)
(Pictures: Portals from the Starcutter in Cutscenes and im Bossfight)
So stars are symbols of fast-travel in this universe.
(Kirby's Wrap Star is a great example!)
But what i noticed recently, is that The Mirror (Kirby and the amazing Mirror) shares TWO similarities with both Fecto Elfilis, the Starcutter and Galacta Knight:
I just assumed that, like all the artifacts scattered through this universe, the mirror was made by the ancients to visit the Mirror world.
Which means that fast travel by portal is symboliced with wings (Which the Starcutter, Fecto Elfilis and The Mirror all have)?
Also as a sidenote, Galacta is able to open portals and shoot lasers out of them and he(?) has wings, too. But the Star on his shield only has 4 points and he(?) isn't shown to travel through those portals.
Wings = Portals?
Stars = Fast - Travel?
Combined -> effiecent Fast Travel through dimensions(?)
I don't really know if this is importent in any way or if I'm missing something, but nobody else, as far as i'm aware anyway, pointed this out so uh... take it i guess
Take some memes for the way!
Me explaining what i found to my friends
My friends, not knowing a single thing about Kirby
some kirby ability upgrade ideas!
Everyone SHUT THE FUCK UP. Kirby is sleeping
Here’s a thing that hasn’t been mentioned much yet about Kirby and the Forgotten Land.
So this is the European age rating for this game, as rated by PEGI. PEGI 7 is for content that ‘has scenes that could be frightning for young children’, and is more common for some modern Kirby games (as opposed to PEGI 3), but the thing that’s very interesting is the parts next to it.
Think of these two other boxes as modifiers, additional warnings for the specific contents of a game. The first one is Violence. For PEGI 7, this is limited to unrealistic violence, and was the addition to Star Allies, as well as a few other games.
The second one is Fear.
Fear is defined by PEGI as “contains pictures or sounds that may be frightening or scary to young children” (quoting straight from their offical guidelines).
This is the first time Fear has been added to the Age Rating of a Kirby game.
what is in this game that made them add fear as a warning