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Waddle Dee is the weakest and most common land-based enemy in the Kirby games, but in Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards, N-Zs took over that role and only one Waddle Dee is seen in the game. It briefly became a Waddle Doo after Dark Matter possessed it and he befriends Kirby after being freed, and joins up with the team along with Ribbon to recover all the Crystal Shards.
In the Japanese version of the Kirby: Right Back at Ya! episode Cooking Up Trouble, the Chef Shiitake: All About Cooking scene plays an arranged version of the intro music from Gourmet Race, adding in a few new parts that were not in Kirby Super Star. This theme was remixed twice and used in two Kirby games: Kirby Super Star Ultra (in the Special-Edition Blooper Reel) and Kirby's Return to Dream Land (in Stage 2 of the Scope Shot sub-game).
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