Kirby and the Rainbow Curse has a total of 76 Figurines. These Figurines can be viewed in the Figurine Showcase, where they can be rotated 360 degrees; these Figurines also feature descriptions that the player can read, which reveal more about the individual characters or such displayed. They are most often found inside of Treasure Chests, though Figurines of the bosses are unlocked after each level of the game is completed.
Our heroic hero is on a roll! He's on a mission to restore the color that's been stolen from dear old Dream Land. His preferred mode of travel is rainbow rope, and he can transform into three amazing Kirbys!
Elline and Claycia used to rule this world, but then Claycia went a little cuckoo. Now Elline has teamed up with Kirby to solve the mystery of Claycia's utter madness. Elline can draw magical rainbow ropes in the air and transform Kirby too!
This is Kirby's faithful companion during this adventure. He likes to poke enemies with his trusty spear, and he can even pick up and throw Kirby! To be honest, he's just happy getting his fair share of the spotlight...
When one's not enough, we've got a second Waddle Dee right here! This fellow and his other Waddle Dee buddies like to throw Kirby around. He's scared of heights, so if he climbs up high, he refuses to look down.
This little guy is the third Waddle Dee. He's made the bold decision to pick up his spear in defense of Dream Land. His biggest thrill is running along the rainbow rope just as it begins to fade, but he'd rather keep that a secret.
Elline uses her power to transform Kirby into a powerful tank, which helps him advance over rough terrain. He can shoot at enemies using his mouth cannon, too! Just be sure to support him with a rainbow rope.
It's not easy keeping your hands over your head like this, but Waddle Dee never makes a fuss about it. It's one of those things that everyone knows, so he doesn't feel the need to point it out over and over
Kirby can turn into a cute little submersible when he has to work underwater. You can guide his missiles with a rainbow rope to hit hard-to-reach targets. But that periscope is just for show—Kirby doesn't even know how to use it!
Kirby takes this form when he takes to the skies. He can only fly in a straight line, so you need to guide his course with a rainbow rope. He can even zap enemies with the shock wave radiating from his head!
A magic device split Kirby in two, but they're both real deal! Two bodies, one mind, if you know what I mean. They have to work together to accomplish anything, but who wouldn't want to give himself a helping hand?
The Cotta were the first creatures Claycia and Elline made for their new world. Claycia sculpted them out of clay, and Elline painted each one. These little critters aren't very good at fighting, but don't tell them that!
This is what happens when you're a Cotta and you mouth off to Claycia. She turns you into a cannon! Some folks think that's pretty mean of her. But that certainly is a fine-looking cannon, don't you think?
This Cotta got its grubby little hands on a helmet and turned into a knight of some esteem. But it immediately forgot what a knight is actually supposed to do, so now it just wanders around and shows off its helmet.
Everyone knows the only reason Bouncys like to bounce so high is 'cause they like the view from up in the air. Things just seem more... peaceful up there. Every day is a good day to Bouncys. No one's gonna keep 'em down!
If you touch Gordo, he'll definitely do damage. But I don't think he means to hurt anyone. I asked him once, and he just stared at me with those big eyes of his. Maybe he doesn't even know the answer...
This scrappy little fish has just one goal in life: to swim straight up a waterfall. He's had that dream for a while, though. Maybe he's worried about what comes after he's reached the top of that metaphorical waterfall.
This cotta comes with a drill, which he uses to, you know, drill. He tried to drill for treasure once, but that clay was just too hard and broke his drill. Unfortunately, it did even more than that-it broke his heart.
Bombzways would rather carry stars than bombs, since stars are far less heavy than bombs. But orders are orders, and more often than not, Claycia's orders are: "Go drop some bombs!" What's a Bombzway to do?
Blado certainly looks like he's doing his job, but it's becoming more and more obvious his heart is no longer in it. Part of him wants a co-worker to say something about it; the other part of him dreads the conversation.
Dethskullks suck the life force out of anyone they touch, so proceed with caution when you see one. This bizarre crew travels by pirate ship, where they try very, very hard not to bump into each other.
If you defeat a Sportle, it'll turn into a bunch of these little creatures. No one knows how to put them back together, but they don't seem to mind. We could learn a lot from them about not living in the past.
This critter's body is literally made of flames, and he can spit fire to boot. There's little doubt that he must have a warm heart and a fiery personality, but no one is willing to get close enough to find out.
This little bulb glows with the love of a pure heart, but no one wants to get anywhere near him. It's tough to make friends when you electrocute anyone who touches you. Still, he keeps on glowing, 'cause that's what you do.
Our pink adventurer blew into Dream Land one day on a spring breeze. Since then, he's spent countless hours saving the day with his amazing abilities. He can swallow anything and spit it out. He can also use his copy ability.
When that strange light came to steal his colors, Cappy found himself utterly frozen with fear. It was a new kind of fear too—the fear that he wouldn't have a very important role in this new story. He was right.
Waddle Doo was shocked when he saw that bright light shining down from the sky, but he was too scared to run. He'll be OK as long as that giant eye of his doesn't dry out. Ugh. Can you just imagine what that would feel like?
This is Kirby Tank's most powerful form. He can unleash a brutal attack, but he needs a bit of time to recover afterward. That's why he can't take on a more powerful form when he's Kirby Rocket or Kirby Submarine.
These giant blocks drop down on you from above, so they're pretty nasty. However, their eyes and mouths open really wide right before they take that plunge, so maybe they're as surprised as you when they fall down!
Bouncy Sis desperately wishes she could jump as high as Bouncy, but she's a bit too big to get much air between her spring and the ground. This, of course, bothers her to no end, but you'll never get her to admit it.
This Cotta was designed with a can-do attitude. But it takes 30 Bzztbulbs to keep each one running, so it's not really all that cost effective. Plus, when it comes to fighting, its heart really isn't in it.
Are you wondering why sea creatures like Blippers have to wear goggles underwater? The truth is, they've had them on for so long, they're scared to take them off. Or maybe they just forgot they ever had them on in the first place...
This guy is kind of a big deal. He's the solid-gold leader of the Dethskullk gang. Next time you get trapped in a pirate ship, you're probably gonna need to get the key from this guy. Good luck with that.
Sportles are all about meeting new people and seeing new places, so it should come as no surprise that they simply must follow Kirby the second they spot him. Pink Sportles are the rarest of the species.
Shieldster really doesn't want you to get past him. He's going to block each and every one of your attempts, just to prove he's stronger than you. Try not to look him right in the eye as you go by. He's got a creepy stare.
Don't worry about Kirby when he's shot out of a cannon. He has to do it in order to break blocks or hit a wall, and he's perfectly fine afterward. But for the rest of you, no crawling into cannons, OK?
This mysterious masked swordsman helms the battleship Halberd. He hasn't always been the most trustworthy ally, but you can count on him when you really need him. He appears in this game as a figurine.
The self-proclaimed king of Dream Land loves to swing his giant hammer and breathe in lots of air. He spent countless hours in training in order to learn how to fly just like Kirby. He appears here in figurine form only.
We've all got a job to do, and Mega Grindarr's job is to drop down on you. It weighs 10 times more than typical Grindarr, so it makes quite an impact. But that's what it signed up for, so it just grins and bears it.
This is what happens to a Mini Deepsee when it grows up. It looks like it lives in symbiosis with some other creature, but I have no idea what. I bet Claycia would know! Someone should totally go ask her.
These baddies use their tongues to scoop up anything in front of them and spit them out in another place. They must think Kirby tastes like cotton candy, because they keep swallowing him over and over!
As long as Kirby and Elline are being forced on this adventure, they might as well earn some treasure along the way! I hope they don't fight over the contents of the Treasure Chests. That'll ruin their new friendship!
Kirby wants to learn how to paint, so his new friend Elline is teaching him the basics. He seems pretty proud of that self-portrait. It's quite... interesting. But it looks like he's having fun, and that's all that matters.
Looks like Grab Hand is trying to get ahold of Kirby! No one wants to see Kirby dragged off to who knows where, so it's up to Waddle Dee to use his spear and save the day. Hurry up and save Kirby, Waddle Dee!
Originally designed for pleasure cruises, this flying monstrosity is now a giant battleship. There were plans to build a second one, but do you have any idea how much clay costs these days? More than you'd think.
When most people think Whispy Woods, they think apples! But this Whispy can't grow apples, so he simply drops bombs instead. An apple a day keeps the doctor away, but I don't think the same can be said for bombs.
Claycia turned to some ancient blueprints in order to sculpt this new enemy. She even used ancient clay to give it that old-world feel, but don't tell Hooplagoon that. He thinks he's all cool and modern.
You don't want to get all up in the Claykken's ink, or he'll come after you—and I'm not squiddin'! He may be a baddie, but he only uses his pipe for the most innocent of purposes: he likes to blow sea-foam bubbles.
Claycia had to mix new clay with old clay in order to repair Hooplagoon after his last battle, so it's been quite a process. But Hooplagoon was willing to endure just about anything to face Kirby one more time.
Claycia used her powers to create Seventopia, but while she was busy sculpting, something took over her physical form. Everyone breathed a big sigh of relief when she came back to her senses and reunited with Elline.
This mysterious being took control of Claycia's body and then tried to disguise himself with sunglasses. He wanted to steal the vibrant colors from Dream Land and take over the world, but Kirby put a stop to that!
This powerful sorceress once turned Kirby into a rolling pink ball and Dream Land into a world made of paint. Her name is awfully similar to that of Claycia's, but no one knows for sure if the two are actually related.