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|“||This legend was sealed away long ago because of his power. He defies time to challenge you!”|
|— Pause Screen description • Kirby Super Star Ultra|
Galacta Knight is a recurring character in the Kirby series, debuting as the final boss of the Meta Knightmare Ultra sub-game of Kirby Super Star Ultra. He is the greatest and most powerful warrior in the galaxy from the ancient past.
Galacta Knight is greatly similar to Meta Knight in both appearance and fighting style. He has a hot-pink body, which is slightly darker than Kirby's skin color, and has feathered, angelic, lavender wings (Changed to a dull periwinkle in Super Kirby Clash). Originally, Galacta Knight had dark red eyes and wore whitish-platinum armor from Kirby Super Star Ultra to Kirby: Planet Robobot, but in Kirby Star Allies, he had glowing pink eyes and wears silver armor. His mask and shield returned to being whitish-platinum in Super Kirby Clash, keeping the silver sabatons and pauldrons. He wears sabatons which, unlike Meta Knight's, do not fully cover his feet, as can be more clearly seen in Kirby's Return to Dream Land and onward. He also wears pauldrons with gray lining and white gloves. Galacta Knight is roughly the same size as his counterparts, Meta Knight and Kirby, although he was somewhat bigger in his appearance in Kirby Super Star Ultra and in Super Kirby Clash.
His mask is whitish-platinum with two curved golden horns rising up from the top of the mask, although it's unknown if the horns are actually part of his body or if they are just part of his mask. The mask also has a vertical and horizontal opening, both ending in a point. Galacta Knight initially used to have a yellow strap around his head, apparently as a means to wear his mask, much like Meta Knight had in Kirby Super Star Ultra, but this was removed in Kirby Star Allies. Galacta Knight wields a powerful pink lance with a purple handguard and golden pommel and carries a white buckler shield emblazoned with a gold, four-pointed star. The shield has a pink ring near the shield’s outer edge and solid pink, curved lines along the inner portion of the star. Notably, the star on his shield was originally shown to be pink in Kirby Super Star Ultra, but has since been consistently depicted as golden from Kirby's Return to Dream Land onward.
In Super Kirby Clash, Galacta Knight is given two new forms. One is his Light form, and the other is his Dark form. In his Light form, he looks mostly the same as his normal form, although his mask, sabatons, pauldrons, part of his shield, and the hilt of his lance have changed to pure white, along with having gold lining and markings on them. The horns on his mask are also longer.
In his Dark form, his skin is now black. His mask is now purple, and he gains aquamarine eyes. The markings and lining on his armor, mask, shield, and lance are now gray. The star on his shield is now gray, and the shield itself is purple and gray. His pauldrons and sabatons are also purple. The horns on his mask are also now gray. Lastly, his wings are now black.
Galacta Knight is a very powerful and legendary warrior, given the title of the "greatest warrior in the galaxy." While most of his story remains a mystery, with the only known piece of it being that he used to be a renowned hero, he is said to be from the ancient past, a time that was forgotten. According to Galactic Nova, Galacta Knight was sealed away by an unknown force in fear of his power. Additionally, according to the Japanese version of his pause screen description in Kirby: Planet Robobot, Galacta Knight was sealed away many times throughout the ages, but was never successfully destroyed.
Despite his decent amount of appearances, Galacta Knight's true personality and intentions are not well-known. While he was feared for his immense power, Galacta Knight has never been stated to be explicitly evil, even though he may potentially be violent and destructive. However, it is stated by Star Dream that he may destroy a nearby planet or two for seemingly no reason when brought to the current time, and in Super Kirby Clash, his Light form quest description states that the fate of the world is at risk, which appear to portray him in a villainous matter. Given that he was a hero, it could be possible that he used to be courageous and good-natured, although it is unknown what would have changed him to his current state if this were to be the case. Regardless, Galacta Knight is currently known to not be benevolent, and will use his powers to usually attack those who summon him or anyone within his vicinity without mercy.
His purpose in Meta Knightmare Ultra is simply to fight Meta Knight; he does not diverge from this request. His purpose in Kirby's Return to Dream Land is unstated, but may likely be for a similar reason. His purpose in Meta Knightmare Returns is nearly identical to his intention in Meta Knightmare Ultra, except he is summoned on Star Dream's will instead of Meta Knight's. He quickly turns on Star Dream, since it forced him to travel through space and time, and sliced a huge scar on the mechanical monster, causing its "final program" to activate and transform it into Star Dream Soul OS, which survived the otherwise fatal slash. Why Galacta Knight does not do something similar to Galactic Nova is unexplained. However, Galacta Knight was sealed away for fear of his strength when Nova summoned him, whereas he wasn't when Star Dream summoned him through a portal linking space-time. His purpose in Guest Star ???? Star Allies Go! is unstated, but it may either be to simply fight, as it has been in previous situations, or it may be from some unknown plan by Hyness. His purpose in Super Kirby Clash was to be seemingly used as a weapon by Parallel Nightmare, but he quickly destroys his summoner and proceeds to attack Team Kirby with everything he has, ultimately fighting the group a total of four times (Party Quests included), until he is sealed inside of the crystal he is often seen trapped within, and absorbed into another portal.
In his first appearance, Galacta Knight shows up as the final boss of Meta Knightmare Ultra, and then as the penultimate boss of The True Arena (in which he fights Kirby before fighting Marx Soul). In Meta Knightmare Ultra, Meta Knight gathers the planets' stars to summon Nova and wishes to become stronger by fighting the greatest warrior in the galaxy. Nova reveals that Galacta Knight was sealed away for fear because his powers were too great, so the comet, in turn, summons Galacta Knight from his crystallized prison to battle.
Galacta Knight's attacks are all variants of the attacks Meta Knight used when he fought Kirby in the Revenge of Meta Knight game. He can also summon alternate-colored versions of Axe Knights, Javelin Knights, Mace Knights, and Trident Knights to help him. Galacta Knight can jump off screen and dash by at high speed, much like Meta Knight. Meta Knight can do this by using Meta Quick and fly around and damage him either by slashing or by wings (Meta Knight's bat-like wings can damage while hovering). His lance can also shoot out the Revolution Beam, a deadly beam whip that directs in either a clockwise or counterclockwise direction that causes damage, even while guarding. In addition, he summons Ground Columns, which are tall, skinny flames from the ground. However, the player can see where the fire is about to erupt by looking at the ground. He also uses Ground Twister, in which he sends out a giant tornado. He also uses Mach Tornado, a move normally used by Meta Knight, although it lasts longer and it appears he has more control over it, as he can more accurately follow the opponent while spinning around, thus making it much harder to avoid. His shield also sends off a Crescent Shot that is similar to the Cutter power, only that it shoots forward and doesn't spin back. If Kirby manages to swallow this, it will give him the Sword ability. Other attacks consist of him flying and attacking the enemy with his lance. The most powerful lance move is a variation of the Multithrust Attack used by Meta Knight, which is a multi-jabbing attack where Galacta Knight remains motionless for a brief moment and then stabs the area directly in front of him a multitude of times with his lance, causing severe damage even when guarding. Unlike Sword Kirby's Multithrust Attack, this attack does not cause any knockback, effectively trapping the player until the attack ends. After using an attack, he stands still for a few seconds, allowing the player to cause him some damage. As Galacta Knight's health decreases, he begins to gradually attack faster, to the point where he will attack nonstop, making the battle much more difficult.
When Galacta Knight is defeated in Meta Knightmare Ultra and The True Arena, he flickers white and flies off into space. In Meta Knightmare Ultra, a short cutscene plays, where Galacta Knight is shown flying unstably in space, then rapidly appearing in multiple parts of the screen, as if he was exploding. He then appears in the middle of the screen where he is engulfed in a bright, white flash. Galacta Knight's wings are torn off his body, while his sword and shield is shown leaving him as well. The disarmed knight then vanishes in the flash, while Meta Knight returns to Planet Popstar. In The True Arena, this cutscene is not shown, as Kirby now has to fight Marx Soul in the final round.
In Kirby's Return to Dream Land, Galacta Knight only makes an appearance in The True Arena — specifically Round 13, as part of The Final Five. He is fought in a crystalline arena in what appears to be located within the realm of Halcandra. In this appearance, Galacta Knight is the strongest warrior in the galaxy from Another Dimension. He serves as the secret boss of the game.
Galacta Knight utilizes moves yet again from Meta Knight's own repertoire of moves, all of which have their own little twist to them. Galacta Knight now possesses his own variation of the Knight Beam; he will conjure and release three Knight Beams at ground level, four at a higher elevation, and then five at the top of the screen. He may perform a more lethal version of this move by flying into the background and summoning twelve Knight Beams to rain upon the battlefield (they may shower from either the right side or the left).
Galacta Knight's Triple Slash is the same as Meta Knight's, but his Multithrust has a slight tweak; the knight will perform this if he is blocking with his shield, and the last thrust will fire off a Crescent Shot. His Piercing Slash is relatively the same as Meta Knight's. Though his Knight Spin has no horizontal momentum, it will fire an energy wave at the player(s) when it contacts the ground instead. His Down Thrust and his Up Thrust are the same as Meta Knight's. He also gains a Spin Slash as his charge up move, releasing an orange aura as he spins in a twister-like motion. Galacta Knight's Shuttle Loop is also tweaked, as he can bounce off the ground, leaving a star behind, before coming back around for a second dive. Galacta Knight can perform his Ground Twister by striking his lance into the ground.
When Galacta Knight loses half of his health, many of his infamous techniques return, and he powers up previously used attacks. His Revolution Beam makes its return, functioning similarly to its earlier incarnation. Galacta Knight's Ground Columns also return, but are much faster and no longer possess their fiery properties; he can perform this move consecutively in different positions with the appearance of lightning bolts. Lastly, Galacta Knight's Mach Tornado makes its grand reappearance, still as dangerous and accurate as before.
While Galacta Knight makes no physical appearance in-game, he does have minor cameos. He is seen in the audience during the "Kirby Master!" cutscene sitting in between Magolor and Marx. Galacta Knight also appears in this game as a rare keychain.
Galacta Knight makes a reappearance as the surprise final boss of Meta Knightmare Returns, where he is summoned by Star Dream as a challenge to Meta Knight's skill, despite the danger (Star Dream's previous admin, President Haltmann, had refused to allow Star Dream to summon it) as Star Dream mentioned that Galacta Knight's power could easily destroy a planet or two, something not mentioned in previous appearances. This proves to be Star Dream's undoing, as Galacta Knight slashes at Star Dream immediately after he is summoned, severely damaging the computer, while causing it to plummet to the ground. The battle then commences.
Unlike the fights with Queen Sectonia and Dark Matter, this is the real Galacta Knight that Meta Knight encounters, instead of being a hologram or a clone. The fight with him is also listed as Vs. Galacta Knight Returns. The fight with Galacta Knight here is similar to his secret boss fight in Kirby's Return to Dream Land, with two phases. The first phase uses Grand Doomer's battle theme, and the second uses a new remix of his theme music with techno elements. Galacta Knight also hovers in the battle like he did in Kirby Super Star Ultra, but stays on the ground for attacks. This means that the player can no longer crouch under any of his attacks.
Aside from the fact that he uses more electric pillars this time, he also has a few new tricks up his sleeve. He has a new attack; the Great Space-Time Killing Flash, that can open a dimensional rift that a huge laser-beam comes out of, in order to attack his foes. His sword beams at multiple elevations are the same, but the sword beams from the background last slightly longer. His Revolution Beam returns being the same, aside from a slight screen tilt and rumble effect near the end. However, his Ground Twister has a slight tweak, where he fires tornadoes that zigzags between the background and foreground, trying to aim for the player. He also recycles his first phase attacks.
Interestingly, when Galacta Knight is summoned during Meta Knightmare Returns, he exits from another dimensional rift, and when he is defeated, he is resealed within his crystal prison. When he is encountered at The True Arena by Kirby, he breaks free from his prison, and when he is defeated, he unstably flashes white, referencing the ending of Meta Knightmare Ultra, and flies off into the background.
The damage incurred on Star Dream will later activate a hidden program in it, which will result in turning it into Star Dream Soul OS.
Galacta Knight makes a minor appearance at the end of Guest Star ???? Star Allies Go!. Despite not being fought, he is given a splash screen with the boss title of Temporal Warrior.
After defeating Hyness, fake credits roll, then rewind, revealing Galacta Knight to be emerging through the dimensional rift Hyness opened. He initially appears to be the secret final boss, but just before the battle can start, an orange butterfly shows up and lands on his lance. The butterfly then resonates with "the screams of the many years spent living" Galacta Knight had brought along with him, and absorbs Galacta Knight's power, seemingly disintegrating him in the process. The butterfly then transforms into Morpho Knight with the power it absorbed. Morpho Knight's description also mentions that Galacta Knight is the strongest warrior in the galaxy, like Meta Knight mentioned in Kirby Super Star Ultra.
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Galacta Knight makes an appearance as both the final boss and secret final boss of Super Kirby Clash, where he is known as the Aeon Hero.
Upon defeating Parallel Nightmare's Revenge in the Dreamscape, the boss opens a dimensional rift, from which the Aeon Hero emerges. As Parallel Nightmare's Revenge wickedly laughs at Team Kirby for their impending doom, the Aeon Hero slashes him from behind, seemingly killing him. The Aeon Hero then battles with Team Kirby, but is defeated and flies away.
Afterwards, Team Kirby goes on a quest to look for the Aeon Hero, where they then encounter him on the Dreamscape once more. The Aeon Hero raises his lance into the sky and absorbs light energy, transforming into his Light form. He battles with Team Kirby once again, but is defeated nonetheless. His unconscious body floats into the air, as he then vanishes into nothing but feathers.
After clearing some Party Quests, the Aeon Hero reappears in the Dreamscape again, and Team Kirby sets out to fight him. They defeat him, and like last time, he flies away. After defeating Parallel Nightmare's Revenge for good and defeating King D-Mind's Revenge, the Aeon Hero appears in the Dreamscape one last time. Team Kirby heads out to finish him off once and for all, but this time, the Aeon Hero raises his lance into the sky and absorbs dark energy, transforming into his Dark form. When the Aeon Hero is once again defeated, his unconscious body raises into the air, but this time, he is sealed inside his crystal prison. The crystal, with the Aeon Hero inside, then raises up and into a large dimensional rift identical to the one used to summon him. After the crystal enters the dimensional rift, it closes, and with that, the Aeon Hero is defeated.
In Super Kirby Clash, the Aeon Hero retains his moveset from Kirby: Planet Robobot for the majority of his attacks, although he has one new one, in which he can create four tornadoes that head to the background at the spots where the players are standing, and then move across the foreground.
His Light form features some alterations to his moveset. When firing the laser from his lance, it is noticeably smaller in size. When the laser hits the ground, it will glow red and erupt in flames shortly after the laser ceases. When using his Mach Tornado attack, the Aeon Hero will occasionally fly into the air and land in the center, creating two tornadoes at his sides that move along the arena. When firing Crescent Shots, he may fire two at the same time or two along the ground and one that goes in the air. When jumping into the air and spinning, the shockwave he creates when he slams onto the ground is larger and moves much slower.
His Dark form features even more alterations to his moveset. When using Mach Tornado and landing in the center of the arena, he will instead create four tornadoes that circle around him while moving outward. Additionally, instead of flying into the background and firing a large amount of Sword Beams, he will create a multitude of Heart Spears. This attack cannot be blocked, and the only way to avoid it is to go to the bottom corner of the side the Heart Spears are coming in from.
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In the Super Smash Bros. series
Galacta Knight makes a cameo appearance as an unlockable trophy in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U that can be unlocked by completing the reward conditions for all of the Solo Events. A color scheme for Meta Knight bears strong resemblance to Galacta Knight in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, though his body is darker, his feet are nearly black, Galaxia remains gold, and the model itself has not changed, so things like the horns and vertical slit on his mask are absent.
In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Meta Knight's Galacta Knight coloration now resembles Galacta Knight's appearance greatly, making Meta Knight’s body and feet pink, putting the vertical opening in the mask as well as making the top little “spikes” gold, and turning the blade part of Galaxia pink to resemble Galacta Knight's lance. Interestingly, this Galacta Knight coloration has Meta Knight sport red eyes, much like Galacta Knight's initial appearances, rather than the pink eyes he has now. This Galacta Knight costume also appears at the end of Meta Knight's Classic Mode, in a Free-for-All alongside the Dark Meta Knight costume, likely meant to reference Meta Knight's separate rivalries with the two.
Galacta Knight also appears as a primary, legend-class shield spirit in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, using his Kirby Super Star Ultra artwork. His spirit increases sword attacks when applied to a fighter, and is not fought in a Spirit Battle, but instead summoned by cores from the spirits of Shovel Knight, Knight Man, and the Meta-Knights. At Lv. 99, he is the third-strongest spirit in the entire game with 13,345 power, only being surpassed by Galeem and Dharkon's spirits.
While Galacta Knight's existence is canon, none of the events in which he has appeared in are canon. Extra Modes, such as the Meta Knightmare series, and Boss Endurance sub-games, such as The True Arena, are non-canon, as they all require the player to retread previous levels and rematch bosses in ways that do not organically fit the story. In 2016, director Shinya Kumazaki described Meta Knightmare Returns and The True Arena in Kirby: Planet Robobot as "'what if' scenarios," stating: "...you can't really consider everything to be connected." Galacta Knight's appearance in Super Kirby Clash is also not canon, as while the setting of the game is said to be in the distant past, it is contradicted by characters who canonically exist only in recent times making appearances, as well as by the character-based armor and weapon descriptions, which describe events of other Kirby games as rumors and tales, even though they wouldn't have chronologically happened yet.
|“||My one wish is to become stronger, so I wish to fight... the greatest warrior in the galaxy!”|
|— Meta Knight to Nova • Kirby Super Star Ultra|
|“||The most powerful warrior in the galaxy who somehow drifted into this universe from another dimension. What a dream battle!”|
|— VS Galacta Knight • Kirby's Return to Dream Land|
|“||With a theme song called "The Greatest Warrior in the Galaxy," you know this guy is serious business. Meta Knight does battle with him in Kirby Super Star Ultra. Also, he shows up in Kirby's Return to Dream Land, where he is the 13th boss you'll face in The True Arena.”|
|— Trophy description • Super Smash Bros. for Wii U|
|“||Let us bring back a legendary swordsman from a forgotten time. He may end up destroying a nearby planet or two, but such is life. The benefits of this final battle outweigh the collateral damage. Prepare yourself... Executing Space-Time Transport... Extra-dimensional road... Booting... 3... 2... 1... BEGIN!”|
|— Star Dream • Kirby: Planet Robobot|
|“||This ancient swordsman is feared for his immense power. He is not a clone. He was awakened and brought here via an extra-dimensional road beyond the space-time continuum.”|
|— VS Galacta Knight Returns • Kirby: Planet Robobot|
|“||This ancient swordsman is feared for his immense power. He is not a clone. He was awakened and brought here through an extra-dimensional road beyond the space-time continuum.”|
|— VS Galacta Knight Returns (British English version) • Kirby: Planet Robobot|
|“||This headgear looks like a legendary warrior with powers of great destruction.”|
|— Headgear description • Kirby Battle Royale|
|“||The ancient hero descends once more! An ordeal has appeared!”|
|— Announcement • Super Kirby Clash|
|“||Only a chosen few can attempt this, but the actual, real, true, final decisive battle...for real is here: The True Final Battle EX has appeared! Seize the actual, final victory, Super Team Kirby!”|
|— Announcement • Super Kirby Clash|
|“||An ancient hero, brought back by a caped wizard seeking revenge. Face the strongest power in the galaxy!”|
|— The Final Battle Quest Description • Super Kirby Clash|
|“||This ancient hero is the strongest in the galaxy! But fear not, Team Kirby! Show him what the power of four can do!”|
|— Quest Description • Super Kirby Clash|
|“||Aeon Hero returns once more! Head into the final fight for the fate of the world, Super Team Kirby!”|
|— Aeon Hero (Light) Quest Description • Super Kirby Clash|
|“||The ancient hero, garbed in ominous black! Time to put an end to this eternal cycle, Super Team Kirby!”|
|— Aeon Hero (Dark) Quest Description • Super Kirby Clash|
In Other Languages
The meaning of Galacta Knight's name remains largely constant throughout other languages. Its German name, Ultra-Knight, is different from the English name, meaning Ultra Knight. Apart from that, however, all of its other names mean Galacta Knight; its Spanish name, its French name, its Italian name, its Japanese name ギャラクティックナイト (Gyarakutikkunaito), its Chinese name 星河骑士（Xīng Hé Qí Shì） and its Russian name Галакта Рыцарь (Galakta Rytsar').
- Unlike Meta Knight, Galacta Knight hovers in the air; Kirby can thus dodge his lance slash, his lance beam, and his multistab just by ducking.
- The video of him (#28) in the Theater is called Galactic Knight in Kirby Super Star Ultra, which is his Japanese name.
- Despite using a lance, a weapon used for thrusting, Galacta Knight still performs slashing and chopping moves. This is because, from a gameplay perspective, he serves to be a harder version of Meta Knight (akin to Masked Dedede, Wham Bam Jewel, and Marx Soul); this is reflected in all of his appearances, where he uses the same moves Meta Knight can in the same game. This omits his multi thrust move after Kirby Super Star Ultra, which was the most effective move for his weapon type.
- In the Kirby's Return to Dream Land "Kirby Master!" cutscene, Galacta Knight is in the audience, seen to the left of Magolor in the front row. In Kirby: Triple Deluxe, Magolor has Galacta Knight on his right and Marx to his left, in a center row further behind.
- In Kirby's Return to Dream Land, Galacta Knight runs across the ground instead of hovering as he did in Kirby Super Star Ultra. In Kirby: Planet Robobot, he returns to constant hovering to move around the arena, but he will still stay on the ground for all of his attacks.
- Galacta Knight's mask and wing also appear on a golden statue along with a Meta Knight equivalent as a Stone transformation in Kirby's Return to Dream Land.
- When Galacta Knight's fight begins in Kirby's Return to Dream Land, like in HR-D3's second phase, Landia's battle theme is heard. After his health is halfway gone, a remixed version of his battle theme from Kirby Super Star Ultra takes over. This concept returned in Kirby: Planet Robobot, except the fight uses the battle theme of Grand Doomer like in HR-D3's first phase before his health is depleted to half, rather than Landia's. This is similar to Masked Dedede and Dark Meta Knight's Revenge in Kirby: Triple Deluxe, in which a remix of their original themes is heard during the second phase.
- Dark Meta Knight's Pause Screen description in Kirby: Triple Deluxe describes Dark Meta Knight as the "shadow of the strongest warrior", hinting that the title has been taken from Galacta Knight. However, it should be noted that Galacta Knight has been referred to as the greatest and the most powerful, not necessarily the strongest.
- Meta Knight's Galacta Knight coloration, along with Meta Knight's Dark Meta Knight coloration and Kirby's Final Smash, Ultra Sword, is one of the only Kirby elements in the game that was created after Masahiro Sakurai left HAL Laboratory.
- Galacta Knight's upward slash at Star Dream is visually similar to Galaxia Darkness in the Super Smash Bros. series, aside from that he doesn't cover the area in shadow.
- Sometimes, when Galacta Knight opens up an interdimensional rift to fire the laser in Kirby: Planet Robobot, the Lor Starcutter may be seen in the laser.
- In Kirby Battle Royale, scanning a Meta Knight amiibo will unlock one of Meta Knight's alternative headgear: Galacta Knight's mask and lance.
- In Kirby Star Allies, Galacta Knight is colored blue in the Celebration Picture representing Kirby Super Star Ultra. This is actually accurate to his original artwork from Kirby Super Star Ultra; in it, he has a dark blue body with magenta limbs, unlike his sprite, which uses a darker magenta for his body.
- Despite not being fought in Kirby Star Allies, Galacta Knight’s full battle theme from Kirby's Return to Dream Land is still in the soundtrack.
- In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Galacta Knight's spirit is not only the strongest Kirby series spirit, but the third-strongest spirit in the game. This is likely a reference both to Kirby's heavy influence on the Super Smash Bros. franchise, and Galacta Knight's title of "The Greatest Warrior in the Galaxy."
- The dimensional rift created by Parallel Nightmare to summon Galacta Knight is the same as the one created by Hyness in the Guest Star ???? Star Allies Go! sub-game of Kirby Star Allies.
- The visual effect for when the dimensional rift closes after Galacta Knight's crystal enters it in Super Kirby Clash is nearly identical to the general one used for Morpho Knight.
- Galacta Knight has a unique quote when he his knocked into his second phase in Super Kirby Clash. Instead of saying, "(boss) is furious!" like the other bosses, it says, "Aeon Hero's power has been unleashed!"
- Aeon Hero is the second Final Boss in a 3D game to have an artwork, whereas since Necrodeus, all final bosses does not have any artworks. The first one being Queen Sectonia.
- Unlike Sectonia, Aeon Hero's artwork is only shown in magazines.
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