Twin Woods makes its first appearance in the Revenge of Meta Knight sub-game, being fought immediately after Kirby defeats Whispy. Most of Twin Woods' attacks are the exact same as the regular Whispy's attacks. They can also switch pieces of their trunk and drop bugs (that Kirby can't inhale) and Gordos.
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After a long absence, Twin Woods appears as a boss in Kirby Fighters 2, with the boss title of Giant Tree Twins. The twins are only fought in the game's story mode, The Destined Rivals. This time, Twin Woods are two separate entities, so they lack some attacks from the original game. However, in cost of that, they recieved attacks from Whispy Woods (mainly in his Team Kirby Clash moveset). The two can also enlarge one or two apples and drop them, causing rather massive damage, as well as dropping explosive fruits like in Kirby Star Allies, but it cannot be purified by the Water Ability.
- Even if Kirby enters the boss door in any other season, the battle will still take place in Summer in Kirby Super Star or Autumn in Kirby Super Star Ultra.
- In Kirby Star Allies exists a boss with a similar concept, namely Twin Kracko, the second phase of the original Kracko. Although not directly a copy of the original Kracko, like Twin Woods with Whispy Woods, the concept behind it is mainly the same, being a team of two twins.
- Twin Woods is the only boss in Kirby Fighters 2 that isn't King Dedede & Meta Knight that has a boss title.