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Capsule Model Pose of Wild Edge

The mysterious vortex brought Gigant Edge to the new world too! They arrived before Kirby and fell in with the ranks of the Beast Pack. Despite the wild wardrobe change, they really stand out among the rest of the pack, but they'll still guard their stations with ferocity!
— Capsule Description • Kirby and the Forgotten Land

Gigant Edge (named Wild Edge in Kirby and the Forgotten Land) is a mid-boss in the Kirby series, debuting in Kirby's Return to Dream Land. Gigant Edge is one of the more common mid-bosses, and will grant Kirby with the Sword Copy Ability when inhaled.

Physical Appearance

Gigant Edge is a large knight with green and teal armor. He has a dark green helmet with a white spike on top, a white chest plate, a black base, and teal armor. He carries a large sword and a large black metal shield with a spike in its center. Gigant Edge has two yellow markings shaped like swirls on his teal armor and orange feet. He has a V-shaped opening in his helmet like Sword Knight, but no visible eyes can be seen in the pitch-black space inside. His armor and insignias are strongly based on those of Blade Knight. In the Nintendo 3DS Kirby games, Gigant Edge's armor is noticeably shinier than in the Wii Kirby games and from Kirby Triple Deluxe onward, he wears gold metallic shoes.

In Extra Mode, Gigant Edge trades in his green-colored armor for bronze-plating (Kirby's Return to Dream Land) or gold-plating (Kirby: Triple Deluxe), but is otherwise unchanged appearance-wise.

In Kirby and the Forgotten Land, he adopts a mostly unchanged appearance compared to the other "Wild" mid-bosses. The green coloring covering his armor was changed into a darker shade and he has yellow-orange swirls painted onto it as well. Furthermore the white chest plate has been lowered slightly and is now more circular. His golden shoes were swapped out for brown sabatons with yellow paint across them. Around his hands, he sports black cuffs each with a small, white spot. Wild Edge carries around a large sword marked with scratches, but no longer carries a shield.


Kirby's Return to Dream Land

Gigant Edge makes his debut as a mid-boss in Stage 2 of Cookie Country. He makes use of around 4 different moves: A dash attack where he rushes Kirby, a simple sword slash, a charged attack which sends out a shock wave, and a guard that momentarily reflects all damage.

In Normal Mode, he generally follows a pattern of sword slash > dash > guard > shock wave > dash > guard, from where it repeats anew.

However, in Extra Mode, Gigant Edge mixes his strategy up a bit and modifies a few of his attacks to be more brutal. For example, he may try to change direction in the middle of a dash, he may swing his sword up to six times in a sword-slash-attack, and he may skip the charge altogether in his shock wave attack, choosing to jump instead. He can even strike the ground to send three green energy spikes in an arch.

Kirby's Dream Collection Special Edition

Gigant Edge appears in two of the New Challenge Stages: the Smash Combat Chamber and the Smash Combat Chamber EX. His behavior has not changed since Kirby's Return to Dream Land.

Kirby: Triple Deluxe

In this game, Gigant Edge returns as a mid-boss and once again yields the Sword ability. He looks and functions like he did in his past games, except he has a new form in the Extra Mode called Gigant Edge DX. In this form, his armor is bright gold and he has a few new attacks, such as throwing his sword like a boomerang. This attack zigzags across planes, giving Kirby gaps to stand in to dodge it.

Kirby: Planet Robobot

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Gigant Edge appears in this game as the boss of the first quest in the Team Kirby Clash sub-game. He has a few new attacks, such as striking the ground to create an explosion or leaping into the air and plunging his sword into the ground. This attack gives Team Kirby a chance to rapidly hit him before he can continue fighting.

Team Kirby Clash Deluxe and Super Kirby Clash

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Gigant Edge appears in Team Kirby Clash Deluxe and Super Kirby Clash as a boss, retaining his moveset from Kirby: Triple Deluxe and Team Kirby Clash. In Team Kirby Clash Deluxe, he is fought as a normal boss in the Dunes, a Tough category boss in the Grasslands, and as a Tougher category boss in the Empyrean.

For Super Kirby Clash, in Story Quests, Gigant Edge is only fought as a Tough category boss in the Seaside. In Party Quests, Gigant Edge is only fought as part of Team Mighty Cleave and Team Sword & Storm. He also has a fire variant known as Ignite Edge.

Kirby Fighters 2

Gigant Edge appears as part of a team boss in the game's Story Mode along with Ignite Edge, together known as Duo Edge. Gigant Edge has the same attacks as in his previous three appearances, except he uses them in sync with Ignite Edge.

Kirby and the Forgotten Land

Gigant Edge as he appears in Kirby and the Forgotten Land

Gigant Edge appears in Kirby and the Forgotten Land, now under the name Wild Edge, and is a member of the Beast Pack and a mid-boss that can be encountered throughout various levels.


In battle, Wild Edge will swing his sword at the player. In addition, he can pull out his spiked shield to protect himself in the direction he's facing, but this consequently leaves him vulnerable to attacks from behind. If the player attacks Wild Edge from behind while protecting himself, massive damage will be dealt and he will be stunned for a short period.

After reaching half health, Wild Edge will move faster and attack faster. When he uses his shield, he will attempt to turn and face the player instead of standing still. When using his sword, Wild Edge now swings it up to three times at the player. In addition to his already existing moves, he can now charge at the player, stopping himself when charging for long enough.

A stronger version of Wild Edge exists later in the game that is faster and has more HP. This variant puts up his shield more often than usual, and attacks the player using his sword slices and dashes more frequently. This version does not need to be at half HP in order to charge at the player. Additionally, he can now extend the spikes on his shield to deal some damage the player from a further distance while guarding from upfront, but he is still vulnerable from behind.

Related Quotes

Battle beside your team! Work together to defeat the Steel Soldier hiding in the forest!
— Team Kirby Clash Quest description • Kirby: Planet Robobot
The soldier returns, and he's more armed and dangerous than ever!
— Quest Description (Tough) • Team Kirby Clash Deluxe
Tougher rank unlocked! Face the final battle with this proud, mighty soldier!
— Quest Description (Tougher) • Team Kirby Clash Deluxe
A helmet that belongs to a certain brave soul. It's known for its solid protection.
— Headgear description • Kirby Battle Royale
Here comes Duo Edge! This tag team of red and green armor stands in your path! Dodge their flying swords and scorching flames so that your buddy can get a critical hit!
— Duo Edge • Kirby Fighters 2
Duo Edge returns, sturdier than ever! The green and red armors ready their swords with revenge on their minds!
— Rematch Against Armors • Kirby Fighters 2
Duo Edge isn't finished with you yet! Can you dodge those honed swords?
— Raging Dual Blades • Kirby Fighters 2
These blades have mastered the art of swordsmanship through constant battling. They're putting it all on the line to challenge you!
— Thick Armor, Sharp Swords • Kirby Fighters 2
Here comes Gigant Edge, his blade gleaming! Dodge his downward blows!
— Quest Description • Team Kirby Clash Deluxe


"Gigant" is a shortened form of the word gigantic, referencing its large size (it also means "giant" in some languages); "Edge" refers to its weapon of choice, a sword.

In Other Languages

Names, etymology and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology and notes
Japanese ギガントエッジ Translates to Gigant Edge.
English Gigant Edge
German Schwert-Koloss Translates to Sword Colossus.
French Gigalame Translates to Gigablade.
Italian Mega cavaliere Translates to Mega knight.
Spanish Filo Gigante Translates to Giant Edge.


The mini-monster that bears a striking resemblance to Gigant Edge.

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