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(1. Drop is only in 64. Pluid is who you're thinking of. 2. Dropsos and Pluids don't resemble Drop, it's the other way around, since 64 was released first. 3. I forgot the third thing to say.)
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==Overhead ability==
 
==Overhead ability==
 
When over Kirby's head, the Drop will collapse into water. This is similar to the [[Sandman]] because when it is on the ground, it grows taller then shrinks smaller again. A mini-boss battle in [[Neo Star]] Stage 2 features a fight against several Drops, rather than a giant Drop.
 
When over Kirby's head, the Drop will collapse into water. This is similar to the [[Sandman]] because when it is on the ground, it grows taller then shrinks smaller again. A mini-boss battle in [[Neo Star]] Stage 2 features a fight against several Drops, rather than a giant Drop.
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==Sprites==
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Drop.png|''[[Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards]]''
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[[Category:Enemies]]
 
[[Category:Enemies]]
 
[[Category:Enemies in Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards]]
 
[[Category:Enemies in Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards]]

Revision as of 16:23, January 18, 2012

Drop is an enemy from Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards. It appears to be a water blob with a red sphere inside its transparent body. This is believed to be its heart or brain. It lives among caves hanging on the ceilings and then drops down when Kirby is near. Drops can also slightly grow for a short time. Dropsos, enemies from Kirby's Epic Yarn, and Pluids, enemies from Kirby's Return to Dream Land, closely resemble Drop. Drop yields no ability when inhaled.

Drop's card is #45 on page 5/9.

Overhead ability

When over Kirby's head, the Drop will collapse into water. This is similar to the Sandman because when it is on the ground, it grows taller then shrinks smaller again. A mini-boss battle in Neo Star Stage 2 features a fight against several Drops, rather than a giant Drop.

Sprites

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