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|“||The giant statue, Colossal Kabu, appears! Watch your head—this one attacks as a combo!”|
|— Colossal Double-Team Quest Description • Super Kirby Clash|
Colossal Kabu looks like an ordinary Kabu, with its only difference being its gargantuan size.
Colossal Kabu is fought as part of the Colossal Double-Team, the Colossal Triple-Team, and, in Super Kirby Clash, Team Colossal Quad. The large foe slides across the ground in an attempt to hit members of Team Kirby. It then teleports, hovers in the air for a moment (occasionally over a Kirby), and drops. The boss can also spin in place, kicking dust up around it. It does not gain any abilities after half its health is depleted, unlike most bosses in the games. It no longer has a second phase when fought as part of Colossal Triple-Team or Team Colossal Quad.
Against Team Colossal Quad, Colossal Kabu now makes more deliberate attempts to hover over and land on the Kirbys, and it can also teleport three times in a row without sliding.
|“||The giant statue, Colossal Kabu, waits in the Ruins. Two huge enemies to attack!”|
|— Colossal Double-Team Quest Description • Team Kirby Clash Deluxe|
- Colossal Kabu's model and animations in Team Kirby Clash Deluxe are largely reused from Kirby's Return to Dream Land, while in Super Kirby Clash, they are reused from Kirby Star Allies. Its furious animations are new, however.
- The theme that plays during the battles with the Colossal Double-Team and Colossal Triple-Team in Team Kirby Clash Deluxe is the normal boss theme in Kirby's Return to Dream Land.