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Copy Abilities

The signature of the Kirby franchise, Copy abilities allow Kirby to transform and attain additional powers in one of many ways. They are first introduced in Kirby's Adventure.


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This ability, which first appears in Kirby: Planet Robobot, is based strongly on the character Ness. Ness originates from the game EarthBound; a game also developed by the developer of the Kirby series, HAL Laboratory. In Kirby: Planet Robobot, this is pointed out in the ability's flavor text: "This psychokinetic ability allows you to turn invisible and produce shocking electric fields, just like a certain boy with PSI." The ability itself allows Kirby to create and control balls of psychic energy, which can be moved independently around the screen, as well as the ability to disappear and teleport short distances.


Other Abilities
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Although not as common, Kirby has a few other moves which are not copy abilities:

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Grab attack Slide attack Star Spit
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