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Two Face is an enemy in the Kirby series, debuting in Kirby's Dream Land. It does not give any Copy Ability when inhaled. Two Faces make their first appearance in the Castle Lololo stage.

Physical Appearance

Two Face is a brown, octagonal shaped mask with an angry visage composed to yellow eyes and a mouth with fangs. When disguised as part of the background, Two Face has a bored expression.

In Kirby Star Allies, Two Face is now ovular, colored yellow with red markings and an extra pair of fangs on the bottom lip for its angry face and pale with brown markings and a sleepy expression for its fake face.


Kirby's Dream Land

Two Face hangs on the walls in Castle Lololo and looks harmless until Kirby gets close. It then turns around to reveal its real, angry face, and chases Kirby. As it turns around, it reveals a tied bow on its back. Its Extra Game equivalent is Mr. P. Umpkin.

Kirby Star Allies

Two Face reappears in Kirby Star Allies, where it acts similarly to how it did in Kirby's Dream Land.


Two Face's name comes from the fact that it has two faces, one on its front, and one on its back. It is also a reference to the term "two-faced," meaning "deceitful or hypocritical," as Two Face appears initially harmless before flipping over and chasing Kirby.


  • Two Face is the only enemy from Kirby's Dream Land to not reappear until Kirby Star Allies.
  • Out of all the enemies in the Kirby series, Two Face has the longest absence in the entire series by 26 years between its 1st appearance in Kirby's Dream Land and its reappearance in Kirby Star Allies.
  • Two Face shares a striking resemblance to the Phanto from Super Mario Bros. 2. It also behaves in a similar manner. Whether or not this is intentional is unknown.