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|image=[[File:KatRC_Sky-High_Whispy_Woods.jpg|270px]]
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|image=[[File:KatRC_Sky-High_Whispy_Woods.jpg]]
 
|caption = ''[[Kirby and the Rainbow Curse]]'' screenshot
 
|caption = ''[[Kirby and the Rainbow Curse]]'' screenshot
|jap_name =
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|jap_name = <ruby><rb>天空</rb><rt>てんくう</rt></ruby>のウィスピーウッズ (Tenkū no Wisupī Uzzu)
|jap_meaning =
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|jap_link = 天空のウィスピーウッズ
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|jap_meaning = Heavenly Whispy Woods <br> 天空の = Heavenly, ウィスピーウッズ = [[Whispy Woods]]
 
|appearance={{LevelSequence|KatRC|16|4/4|type=Stage}}
 
|appearance={{LevelSequence|KatRC|16|4/4|type=Stage}}
 
|theme=Sky
 
|theme=Sky
 
|boss=[[Whispy Woods]]
 
|boss=[[Whispy Woods]]
|mini-boss=None
 
 
|common enemies=[[Barampa]]
 
|common enemies=[[Barampa]]
 
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'''Sky-High Whispy Woods''' is the sixteenth stage in ''[[Kirby and the Rainbow Curse]]''. It is the fourth stage of [[Blue Sky Palace]] and the fourth [[boss]] stage of the game. It succeeds [[Kirby Rocket's Big Blastoff]] and precedes [[Woodland Battle]].
 
'''Sky-High Whispy Woods''' is the sixteenth stage in ''[[Kirby and the Rainbow Curse]]''. It is the fourth stage of [[Blue Sky Palace]] and the fourth [[boss]] stage of the game. It succeeds [[Kirby Rocket's Big Blastoff]] and precedes [[Woodland Battle]].
   
 
==General Information==
 
==General Information==
[[Kirby]] braves a [[List of environmental elements#Wind|windy]] area with dangling spike balls to reach the boss. [[Whispy Woods]] has changed dramatically since his encounter in [[The Forest of Whispy Woods]]--the most significant change is his metallic trunk which repels Tap Dashes. He retains his wind, spike ball, and mine-dropping attacks, now spawning more spike balls and dropping more mines across the area. He can also summon chains of [[Cyansect]]s to pursue Kirby. The player's only effective method of counterattack is to collect Whispy's [[Star|Point Stars]] and smash into him with a Star Dash. Once again, the player can deal heavy damage by rapidly tapping Kirby when he has Star Dashed into the boss.
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[[Kirby]] braves a [[Wind|windy]] area with dangling spike balls to reach the boss. [[Whispy Woods]] has changed dramatically since his encounter in [[The Forest of Whispy Woods]]—the most significant change is his metallic trunk which repels [[Tap Dash]]es. He retains his wind, spike ball, and mine-dropping attacks, now spawning more spike balls and dropping more mines across the area. He can also summon chains of [[Barampa]]s to pursue Kirby. The player's only effective method of counterattack is to collect Whispy's [[Point Star]]s and smash into him with a [[Tap Dash#Kirby and the Rainbow Curse|Star Dash]]. Once again, the player can deal heavy damage by rapidly tapping Kirby when he has Star Dashed into the boss.
   
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
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KatRC Sky-High Whispy Woods 3.jpg|Whispy becomes metallic.
 
KatRC Sky-High Whispy Woods 3.jpg|Whispy becomes metallic.
 
KatRC Sky-High Whispy Woods 4.jpg|Whispy blows Kirby away.
 
KatRC Sky-High Whispy Woods 4.jpg|Whispy blows Kirby away.
KatRC Sky-High Whispy Woods 5.jpg|Whispy summons Cyansects.
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KatRC Sky-High Whispy Woods 5.jpg|Whispy summons Barampas.
 
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[[Category:Levels]]
 
[[Category:Levels]]
 
[[Category:Levels in Kirby and the Rainbow Curse]]
 
[[Category:Levels in Kirby and the Rainbow Curse]]
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[[Category:Sky]]

Latest revision as of 23:26, June 29, 2019

Sky-High Whispy Woods is the sixteenth stage in Kirby and the Rainbow Curse. It is the fourth stage of Blue Sky Palace and the fourth boss stage of the game. It succeeds Kirby Rocket's Big Blastoff and precedes Woodland Battle.

General InformationEdit

Kirby braves a windy area with dangling spike balls to reach the boss. Whispy Woods has changed dramatically since his encounter in The Forest of Whispy Woods—the most significant change is his metallic trunk which repels Tap Dashes. He retains his wind, spike ball, and mine-dropping attacks, now spawning more spike balls and dropping more mines across the area. He can also summon chains of Barampas to pursue Kirby. The player's only effective method of counterattack is to collect Whispy's Point Stars and smash into him with a Star Dash. Once again, the player can deal heavy damage by rapidly tapping Kirby when he has Star Dashed into the boss.

GalleryEdit

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