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The official name of these scrolls are ability scrolls. They are referred as such in the manual. If I remember, they are also referred to as such in-game. 71.65.124.126 18:03, July 29, 2010 (UTC)

I didn't pay much attention to this. I'll make the move now. BNK [E|T|C] 18:09, July 29, 2010 (UTC)

Should there be something about which levels they are found in? 09MurphyM 05:02, June 25, 2011 (UTC)

The pages about the individual levels in the Kirby Squeak Squad pages cover them. Starman125 put them in recently. You can add them to the page or the list of treasures page if you like. 05:59, June 25, 2011 (UTC)

Doesn't this type of stuff deserve to be on Meta Knight's, Ice's, Spark's, Fire, etc. pages?

"​Some Ability Scrolls have palettes that act as references. Those scrolls are the Fire Ability Scroll (uses a red color, which likely references the color for Kirby Super Star's Fire ability to some extent), the Ice Ability Scroll (uses the ocean palette, which is another possible reference to Kirby Super Star's ability specific palettes), the Spark Ability Scroll (uses an emerald-like hue, which is a likely reference to the artwork used for Plasma in Kirby Air Ride or the artwork used in Kirby Super Star, which is also used for Spark's design in Kirby: Right Back at Ya! as well as the artwork for Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land), the Beam Ability Scroll (uses a yellow color, likely another Kirby Super Star reference), the Sword Ability Scroll (uses the sapphire palette, which is a possible reference to Meta Knight), and the Ninja Ability Scroll (uses the Lavender palette, possibly another reference to Kirby Super Star')"

Doesn't this type of stuff deserve to be on Meta Knight's, Ice's, Spark's, Fire, etc.

pages?

I'll start with... Fire. JonasEVB (talk) 00:28, June 20, 2017 (UTC)

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