The files in Patch Plaza state that he is called Mega-Yin-Yarn in his final form, not Mecha, you guys should pay attention. P.S. he wields knitting needles, as he states in a video, not staves. AND there is NO evidence that the staves had the real control; they just remade Yin-Yarn. Falcoz 22:57, October 20, 2010 (UTC)

I was going to ask if they were the true enemies. I wasn't sure since they came to life. Too bad, would have been a great twist. 21:40, November 10, 2010 (UTC)

Spoiler alert?

Lucky I'm not going to play the gameThe Corrupted One 03:45, November 3, 2010 (UTC)

Anybody know how to find that template?


I think the button is his nose. 03:43, December 30, 2010 (UTC)

Yarn Blob


Remember that unnamed blob of yarn that tried to eat Prince Fluff in the second cutscene of Kirby's Epic Yarn? I learned a few days ago that it appears in the noncanon manga. If it was significant enough to appear in said manga, does it deserve its own (small) article here on Kirby Wiki? After all, it now has two appearances, not one.

And if so, what would we call it? NerdyBoutKirby Grand Serves you right! 19:00, June 10, 2013 (UTC)

This manga is "Kirby of the Stars: Pupupu Hero". And, this unnamed blob also has no name in Japanese Ver. :(

False info on Sector B

In Sector B, Yin Yarn's theme doesn't play in the enemy room, Miracle Matters theme plays instead. Do you think th editor edited ob the wrong page or just pranked us? Absolute MADMAN (talk) 02:11, April 4, 2018 (UTC)

Considering Yin-Yarn's theme is apparently a remix of the K64 boss theme and Miracle Matter's theme, I think it was probably a misinterpretation. IqskirbyBeam Machine GunBihm Masheen Gahn! 02:13, April 4, 2018 (UTC)

The Needles

In the Japanese version, Yin-Yarn's bio goes as follows:

"うたとおどりが だいすきな あみぼうの
きょうだい メタモルトマトのちからで
せかいを せいふくしようとしていた"

Which basically translates to:

"A pair of knitting needle brothers,
who love to sing and dance. They tried to
take over the world with the power of the Metamato."

Together with how the final battle plays out, this tells us that Yin-Yarn literally IS his two knitting needles, and that the two of them are brothers, too.

Would it be alright to add this to the article? Kaialone (talk) 12:32, March 12, 2019 (UTC)

Thayd probably be fine. Makes sense since the first part of his Japanese name means Knitting Needles. Iqskirby (talk) 13:04, March 12, 2019 (UTC)
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