FANDOM


(That's actually his eye. Man, his design is kind of confusing.)
(35 intermediate revisions by 17 users not shown)
Line 1: Line 1:
{{Level-infobox
+
{{Enemy-infobox
|image=[[image:Yin Yarn.png]][[File:Yin-Yarn Stage Preview.png]]
+
|image = [[File:5aafb0b67603fc558cffc0ba.png]]
|caption=''[[Kirby's Epic Yarn]]'' artwork and stage preview
+
|caption = ''[[Kirby's Epic Yarn]]'' artwork
|jap_name=アミーボ・アモーレ (Amībo Amōre)
+
|jap_name = アミーボ・アモーレ (Amībo Amōre)
|jap_meaning=Amoebo Amore
+
|jap_meaning = Amiibo Amore <br>アミーボ = Amiibo, アモーレ = Amore
|appearance={{LevelSequence|KEY|48|8/5|type=Stage}}
+
|games = {{PortalLogo|KEY}}{{PortalLogo|KEEY}}
|theme= Yin-Yarn's lair
+
|category = [[Final Boss]]
|world= [[Dream Land]]
 
|treasure=[[Magic yarn]]
 
|common enemies=[[Big Waddle Dee]], [[Bow Waddle Dee]], [[Buttonbee]], [[Chilly]], [[Octopea]], [[Scarfy]], [[Soocher]], [[Uniclod]], [[Waddle Dee]]
 
|notes = [[Metamortex]]: [[Tankbot]]
 
 
}}
 
}}
 
{{quote|Soon, [[Dream Land]] will be wrapped around my knitting needles!|Yin-Yarn|[[Kirby's Epic Yarn]]}}
 
{{quote|Soon, [[Dream Land]] will be wrapped around my knitting needles!|Yin-Yarn|[[Kirby's Epic Yarn]]}}
'''Yin-Yarn''' is the main antagonist and [[final boss]] of ''[[Kirby's Epic Yarn]]''. He shares the name of the stage he appears in, which follows [[Castle Dedede #Kirby's Epic Yarn|Castle Dedede]] and preceeds [[Meta Melon Isle]]. He can manipulate most things made of yarn with his pair of wooden knitting needles, which are held in each of his hands. Yin-Yarn's true origins and motives are never revealed throughout the course of the game, and he comes across as a land-hungry villain ultimately seeking control of [[Dream Land]], although he confesses himself that he is not sure what to do with it.
+
'''Yin-Yarn''' is the main antagonist and [[final boss]] of ''[[Kirby's Epic Yarn]]'' and its remake, ''[[Kirby's Extra Epic Yarn]]''. He shares the name of the stage he appears in, which follows [[Castle Dedede #Kirby's Epic Yarn|Castle Dedede]] and preceeds [[Meta Melon Isle]]. He can manipulate most things made of yarn with his pair of wooden knitting needles, which are held in each of his hands. Yin-Yarn's true origins and motives are never revealed throughout the course of the game, and he comes across as a land-hungry villain ultimately seeking control of [[Dream Land]], although he confesses himself that he is not sure what to do with it.
   
Yin-Yarn is entirely made out of yarn with the exception of his nose. His yarn appearance could be attributed to his origin from [[Patch Land]], or because he transformed himself using his [[Metamato]]. Yin-Yarn's unnamed knitting needles have purple and yellow eyes, and (coincidentally) Yin-Yarn's possessed victims' eyes flash between yellow and purple. The needles are Yin-Yarn's apparent source of power, and they are later revealed to be independent of Yin-Yarn and have a mind of their own, and they could well be Yin-Yarn's creator and the true masterminds behind Yin-Yarn's actions.
+
==Physical Appearance==
  +
Yin-Yarn's body is made almost entirely out of yarn. He has a button for an eye, along with a black mustache. He has three eyelashes, one yellow and the other two red, and what appears to be a large, purple brow. His mouth is always in a grin, with white strings of yarn representing his teeth. He wears a green hat with a yellow band on his head. He also appears to be wearing an orange poncho with an intertwining red and green design. He wears a green necklace with the stolen magic sock around his neck.
   
==Story==
+
Yin-Yarn's true identity is the two knitting needles he wields, which are actually sentient and are brothers according to his Japanese Cast Description, with his body seemingly only being a disguise. One of the needles has yellow eyes and a single horn, the other has purple eyes and two horns, and also bears a frown.
   
  +
==Games==
  +
===''[[Kirby's Epic Yarn]]'' and ''[[Kirby's Extra Epic Yarn]]''===
  +
====Story====
 
:''For the story of Kirby's Epic Yarn, see [[Kirby's Epic Yarn#Story|Kirby's Epic Yarn]]''.
 
:''For the story of Kirby's Epic Yarn, see [[Kirby's Epic Yarn#Story|Kirby's Epic Yarn]]''.
  +
The story begins with Yin-Yarn wreaking havoc in both Patch Land and Dream Land, but his work in Patch Land was already done. He unleashed yarn monsters all over Patch Land, stole one of a pair of magical socks, and unraveled the pieces of [[magic yarn]] holding Patch Land together, splitting it into seven pieces. He used the magic yarn to create bosses to stop heroes from reuniting Patch Land. As [[Prince Fluff]] later explains, the magical socks function as portals to each other, but with Patch Land in pieces, that power is lost. Yin-Yarn's sock now transports his victims directly into Patch Land, which he controls, and turns them into yarn in the process, and [[Kirby]] became his first victim.
   
The story begins with Yin-Yarn wreaking havoc in both Patch Land and Dream Land, but Yin-Yarn's work in Patch Land was already done. He unleashed yarn monsters all over Patch Land, stole one of a pair of magical socks, and unraveled the pieces of [[magic yarn]] holding Patch Land together, splitting it into seven pieces. He used the magic yarn to create bosses to stop heroes from reuniting Patch Land. As [[Prince Fluff]] later explains, the magical socks function as portals to each other, but with Patch Land in pieces, that power is lost. Yin-Yarn's sock now transports his victims directly into Patch Land, which he controls, and turns them into yarn in the process, and [[Kirby]] became his first victim.
+
Yin-Yarn did all this in Patch Land so he could suck in the residents of Dream Land and make them work for him later, and it allows him to take over Dream Land with little effort. How Yin-Yarn made his way to Dream Land in the first place is not explained. He removed [[King Dedede]] from his castle and [[Meta Knight]] from [[Halberd]], controls their minds, and uses them to stop Kirby and Prince Fluff from reuniting Patch Land, which allows them to go to Dream Land and get to him. By the time Meta Knight became his victim, [[Dream Land]] is already made of yarn.
   
Yin-Yarn did all this in Patch Land so he could suck in the residents of Dream Land and make them work for him later, and it allows him to take over Dream Land with little effort. How Yin-Yarn got to Dream Land in the first place is not explained. He removed [[King Dedede]] from his castle and [[Meta Knight]] from [[Halberd]], controls their minds, and uses them to stop Kirby and Prince Fluff from reuniting Patch Land, which allows them to go to Dream Land and get to him. By the time Meta Knight became his victim, [[Dream Land]] is already made of yarn.
+
After the fight with one possessed Meta Knight, Kirby is saddened by King Dedede's account of how Yin-Yarn took over Dream Land, but with Patch Land fully restored, the magical socks regained their original power (including the one he stole earlier). Kirby, Prince Fluff, Meta Knight (now recovered) and King Dedede go into the remaining sock in Patch Castle in order to confront Yin-Yarn directly, but with Dream Land under his control, Yin-Yarn has already discarded his magical sock, so the heroes end up on a sock in a grassy yarn field instead. They eventually find Yin-Yarn anyway (by getting on his nerves with the Bells of Joy), and Kirby and Prince Fluff confront him in a final showdown.
   
After the fight with one possessed Meta Knight, Kirby is saddened by King Dedede's account of Yin-Yarn taking over Dream Land, but with Patch Land fully restored, the magical socks regained their original power. Kirby, Prince Fluff, Meta Knight (now recovered) and King Dedede go into the remaining sock in Patch Castle in order to confront Yin-Yarn directly, but with Dream Land under his control, Yin-Yarn has already discarded his magical sock, so the heroes end up on a sock in a grassy yarn field instead. They eventually find Yin-Yarn anyway, and Kirby and Prince Fluff confront him in a final showdown.
+
Kirby and Prince Fluff succeed in unraveling Yin-Yarn, and proceed to do the [[Kirby Dance]], but they are interrupted when Yin-Yarn's knitting needles reveal their sentience, and create [[Mega Yin-Yarn]] from Yin-Yarn's magic yarn to stop them. Meta Knight flies over all of them and drops a [[metamortex]], giving Kirby and Prince Fluff their [[Tankbot]] form, and they proceed to decimate Mega Yin-Yarn. Kirby and Prince Fluff revert to normal after passing a reel gate, trap the scared knitting needles between them, toss them to Patch Land, and finally finish the Kirby Dance.
 
Kirby and Prince Fluff succeed in unraveling Yin-Yarn, and proceed to do the [[Kirby Dance]], but they are interrupted when Yin-Yarn's knitting needles come to life and create [[Mega Yin-Yarn]] from Yin-Yarn's magic yarn to stop them. Meta Knight flies over all of them and drops a [[metamortex]], giving Kirby and Prince Fluff their [[Tankbot]] form, and they proceed to decimate Mega Yin-Yarn. Kirby and Prince Fluff revert to normal after passing a reel gate, trap the scared knitting needles between them, toss them to Patch Land (possibly their place of origin), and finally finish the Kirby Dance.
 
   
 
Dream Land shortly reverts to normal and the ending sequence plays.
 
Dream Land shortly reverts to normal and the ending sequence plays.
   
==Physical Appearance==
+
====Battle====
Yin-Yarn is a yarn sorcerer with a black moustache, a large button for a nose, two purple pupils and an orange body with bright orange stripes. He wears a green hat with a yellow band, and wields two knitting needles, one with yellow eyes and a single horn, and the other with purple eyes and two horns that frowns. These knitting needles may be his life essence or controllers. He wears the stolen sock around his neck.
+
{{See also|Mega Yin-Yarn|Mega Yin-Yarn}}
+
{{Level-infobox
His Mega form is a round robot similar in appearance to Kirby's Tankbot form. He has his then-enlarged knitting needles, his hat, even more evil facial features, and bladed wheels for feet.
+
|image=[[File:Yin-Yarn Stage Preview.png]]
+
|caption=''[[Kirby's Epic Yarn]]'' stage preview
==Attacks==
+
|appearance={{LevelSequence|KEY|48|8/5|type=Stage}}
Initially, Yin-Yarn re-knits [[Fangora]] to stop Kirby and Prince Fluff, and then [[Capamari]]'s second form, along with his [[Octopea]]s. Both bosses only require a single hit to defeat, and the strategies remain the same as before.
+
|theme= Yin-Yarn's lair
  +
|world= [[Dream Land]]
  +
|treasure=[[Magic yarn]]
  +
|common enemies=[[Big Waddle Dee]], [[Bow Waddle Dee]], [[Buttonbee]], [[Chilly]], [[Octopea]], [[Scarfy]], [[Soocher]], [[Uniclod]], [[Waddle Dee]]
  +
|notes = [[Metamortex]]: [[Tankbot]]
  +
}}
  +
Initially, Yin-Yarn re-knits [[Fangora]] to stop Kirby and Prince Fluff, and then [[Capamari]]'s second form, along with his [[Octopea]]s. Both bosses only require a single hit to defeat, and the strategies with their battles remain the same as before.
   
 
Right after the defeat of each boss he created, Yin-Yarn drops a curtain in front of Kirby with a single door at the top, and sends endless [[Soocher]]s in set patterns behind the screen to try and hurt the heroes. The heroes can jump on the stitching left by the Soochers and reach the door above to get in front of Yin-Yarn's curtain and end the sequence.
 
Right after the defeat of each boss he created, Yin-Yarn drops a curtain in front of Kirby with a single door at the top, and sends endless [[Soocher]]s in set patterns behind the screen to try and hurt the heroes. The heroes can jump on the stitching left by the Soochers and reach the door above to get in front of Yin-Yarn's curtain and end the sequence.
   
 
Yin-Yarn later removes sections of the floor and sends in [[Scarfy|Scarfies]], [[Buttonbee]]s, [[Bow Waddle Dee]]s, [[Uniclod]]s, [[Chilly]]s, and even [[Big Waddle Dee]]s in an attempt to knock Kirby and Prince Fluff off, but the heroes can make yarn balls out of most of these and toss them at Yin-Yarn, which brings him to the ground and exposes his weak spot (a large button) to attack.
 
Yin-Yarn later removes sections of the floor and sends in [[Scarfy|Scarfies]], [[Buttonbee]]s, [[Bow Waddle Dee]]s, [[Uniclod]]s, [[Chilly]]s, and even [[Big Waddle Dee]]s in an attempt to knock Kirby and Prince Fluff off, but the heroes can make yarn balls out of most of these and toss them at Yin-Yarn, which brings him to the ground and exposes his weak spot (a large button) to attack.
 
:{{See also|Mega Yin-Yarn|Mega Yin-Yarn}}
 
   
 
==Etymology==
 
==Etymology==
Yin-Yarn's name is a pun on ''Yin-Yang''.
+
Yin-Yarn's name is a portmanteau of "yin-yang" and "yarn."
  +
  +
His Japanese name, アミーボ・アモーレ (Amībo Amōre), comes from the Japanese word for knitting needle, あみぼう/編み棒 (Amibō).
  +
  +
==Related Quotes==
  +
{{Quote|This sorcerer uses his knitting needles to weave his evil all across Dream Land!|Cast Description|[[Kirby's Epic Yarn]]}}
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
  +
*In the English version of the game, Yin-Yarn's true identity is only hinted at through the progression of the final battle, while in the Japanese version, it's made more explicit through his Cast Description, stating that the two knitting needles are brothers.
 
*His battle theme is a remix of the boss theme and [[Miracle Matter]]'s theme from ''[[Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards]]''. In the final phase of the fight, the tempo increases even further.
 
*His battle theme is a remix of the boss theme and [[Miracle Matter]]'s theme from ''[[Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards]]''. In the final phase of the fight, the tempo increases even further.
**Yin-Yarn's battle theme was reused in ''[[Kirby Star Allies]]'', which plays in the extra stage [[Sector B]] during the enemy battle.
 
 
*During the battle there is a swirling black mass in the background. In the mass, one can see the Halberd, Meta Melon Isle, and Patch Castle, among other things. This is the case even if the player has not unlocked the two bonus levels, [[Halberd#Kirby's Epic Yarn|Battleship Halberd]] and [[Meta Melon Isle]].
 
*During the battle there is a swirling black mass in the background. In the mass, one can see the Halberd, Meta Melon Isle, and Patch Castle, among other things. This is the case even if the player has not unlocked the two bonus levels, [[Halberd#Kirby's Epic Yarn|Battleship Halberd]] and [[Meta Melon Isle]].
  +
*Yin-Yarn's possessed victims' eyes flash between yellow and purple, the same colors as the knitting needle brothers' eyes.
 
*Yin-Yarn is the only final boss in the [[Kirby series|''Kirby'' series]] so far to have facial hair.
 
*Yin-Yarn is the only final boss in the [[Kirby series|''Kirby'' series]] so far to have facial hair.
 
*Yin-Yarn is one of the three final bosses to resurrect previous bosses, the others being [[Necrodeus]] and [[Drawcia]]. However, Drawcia does not resurrect bosses during the final battle, but during several events of the game.
 
*Yin-Yarn is one of the three final bosses to resurrect previous bosses, the others being [[Necrodeus]] and [[Drawcia]]. However, Drawcia does not resurrect bosses during the final battle, but during several events of the game.
 
*Just like Drawcia, Yin-Yarn transforms Kirby’s world, as well as Kirby's design and battle style.
 
*Just like Drawcia, Yin-Yarn transforms Kirby’s world, as well as Kirby's design and battle style.
 
*Yin-Yarn does not directly attack in his first form; all of his attacks consist of resurrecting bosses or summoning enemies to attack Kirby.
 
*Yin-Yarn does not directly attack in his first form; all of his attacks consist of resurrecting bosses or summoning enemies to attack Kirby.
  +
*Yin-Yarn has the most phases to his battle out of almost every boss in the game. His battle consists of six phases; [[Fangora]], [[Soocher]] Wall, [[Capamari]], Soocher Wall, the main fight, and finally, [[Mega Yin-Yarn]].
 
*Yin-Yarn appears as a collectible [[keychain]] in ''[[Kirby: Triple Deluxe]]''.
 
*Yin-Yarn appears as a collectible [[keychain]] in ''[[Kirby: Triple Deluxe]]''.
*Yin-Yarn and [[Void Soul]] are the only bosses in the main ''Kirby'' series to flood the arena with liquid.
+
*Yin-Yarn and [[Void Soul]] are the only bosses in the ''Kirby'' series to completely flood the originally land-based arena with liquid.
   
 
==Artwork==
 
==Artwork==
 
<gallery>
 
<gallery>
 
KEY Yin-Yarn2.png|''[[Kirby's Epic Yarn]]'' (background removed)
 
KEY Yin-Yarn2.png|''[[Kirby's Epic Yarn]]'' (background removed)
File:MangaYin-Yarn.png|''Kirby's Epic Yarn'' manga (''[[:ja:星のカービィ プププヒーロー|Kirby of the Stars: Pupupu Hero]]'')
+
MangaYin-Yarn.png|''Kirby's Epic Yarn'' manga (''[[:ja:星のカービィ プププヒーロー|Kirby of the Stars: Pupupu Hero]]'')
  +
1a.png|Yin-Yarn appears in one of the celebration pictures in ''[[Kirby Star Allies]]''
  +
Epic Yarn Twitter.jpg|''Kirby Twitter''
  +
Yin Yarn novel.png|''Kirby of the Stars: A Big Incident in the World of Wool!''
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
   
Line 85: Line 89:
 
[[Category:Artists]]
 
[[Category:Artists]]
 
[[Category:Male characters]]
 
[[Category:Male characters]]
[[Category:Male Bosses]]
 
[[Category:Male Enemies]]
 
 
[[Category:Main Characters]]
 
[[Category:Main Characters]]
  +
[[Category:Villains in Kirby's Extra Epic Yarn]]
  +
[[Category:Novel Characters]]
  +
[[Category:Bosses in Kirby's Extra Epic Yarn]]
  +
[[Category:Kirby Twitter cameos]]

Revision as of 20:06, May 12, 2020

Soon, Dream Land will be wrapped around my knitting needles!
— Yin-Yarn • Kirby's Epic Yarn

Yin-Yarn is the main antagonist and final boss of Kirby's Epic Yarn and its remake, Kirby's Extra Epic Yarn. He shares the name of the stage he appears in, which follows Castle Dedede and preceeds Meta Melon Isle. He can manipulate most things made of yarn with his pair of wooden knitting needles, which are held in each of his hands. Yin-Yarn's true origins and motives are never revealed throughout the course of the game, and he comes across as a land-hungry villain ultimately seeking control of Dream Land, although he confesses himself that he is not sure what to do with it.

Physical Appearance

Yin-Yarn's body is made almost entirely out of yarn. He has a button for an eye, along with a black mustache. He has three eyelashes, one yellow and the other two red, and what appears to be a large, purple brow. His mouth is always in a grin, with white strings of yarn representing his teeth. He wears a green hat with a yellow band on his head. He also appears to be wearing an orange poncho with an intertwining red and green design. He wears a green necklace with the stolen magic sock around his neck.

Yin-Yarn's true identity is the two knitting needles he wields, which are actually sentient and are brothers according to his Japanese Cast Description, with his body seemingly only being a disguise. One of the needles has yellow eyes and a single horn, the other has purple eyes and two horns, and also bears a frown.

Games

Kirby's Epic Yarn and Kirby's Extra Epic Yarn

Story

For the story of Kirby's Epic Yarn, see Kirby's Epic Yarn.

The story begins with Yin-Yarn wreaking havoc in both Patch Land and Dream Land, but his work in Patch Land was already done. He unleashed yarn monsters all over Patch Land, stole one of a pair of magical socks, and unraveled the pieces of magic yarn holding Patch Land together, splitting it into seven pieces. He used the magic yarn to create bosses to stop heroes from reuniting Patch Land. As Prince Fluff later explains, the magical socks function as portals to each other, but with Patch Land in pieces, that power is lost. Yin-Yarn's sock now transports his victims directly into Patch Land, which he controls, and turns them into yarn in the process, and Kirby became his first victim.

Yin-Yarn did all this in Patch Land so he could suck in the residents of Dream Land and make them work for him later, and it allows him to take over Dream Land with little effort. How Yin-Yarn made his way to Dream Land in the first place is not explained. He removed King Dedede from his castle and Meta Knight from Halberd, controls their minds, and uses them to stop Kirby and Prince Fluff from reuniting Patch Land, which allows them to go to Dream Land and get to him. By the time Meta Knight became his victim, Dream Land is already made of yarn.

After the fight with one possessed Meta Knight, Kirby is saddened by King Dedede's account of how Yin-Yarn took over Dream Land, but with Patch Land fully restored, the magical socks regained their original power (including the one he stole earlier). Kirby, Prince Fluff, Meta Knight (now recovered) and King Dedede go into the remaining sock in Patch Castle in order to confront Yin-Yarn directly, but with Dream Land under his control, Yin-Yarn has already discarded his magical sock, so the heroes end up on a sock in a grassy yarn field instead. They eventually find Yin-Yarn anyway (by getting on his nerves with the Bells of Joy), and Kirby and Prince Fluff confront him in a final showdown.

Kirby and Prince Fluff succeed in unraveling Yin-Yarn, and proceed to do the Kirby Dance, but they are interrupted when Yin-Yarn's knitting needles reveal their sentience, and create Mega Yin-Yarn from Yin-Yarn's magic yarn to stop them. Meta Knight flies over all of them and drops a metamortex, giving Kirby and Prince Fluff their Tankbot form, and they proceed to decimate Mega Yin-Yarn. Kirby and Prince Fluff revert to normal after passing a reel gate, trap the scared knitting needles between them, toss them to Patch Land, and finally finish the Kirby Dance.

Dream Land shortly reverts to normal and the ending sequence plays.

Battle

SSBU Yellow Kirby See also: Mega Yin-Yarn

Initially, Yin-Yarn re-knits Fangora to stop Kirby and Prince Fluff, and then Capamari's second form, along with his Octopeas. Both bosses only require a single hit to defeat, and the strategies with their battles remain the same as before.

Right after the defeat of each boss he created, Yin-Yarn drops a curtain in front of Kirby with a single door at the top, and sends endless Soochers in set patterns behind the screen to try and hurt the heroes. The heroes can jump on the stitching left by the Soochers and reach the door above to get in front of Yin-Yarn's curtain and end the sequence.

Yin-Yarn later removes sections of the floor and sends in Scarfies, Buttonbees, Bow Waddle Dees, Uniclods, Chillys, and even Big Waddle Dees in an attempt to knock Kirby and Prince Fluff off, but the heroes can make yarn balls out of most of these and toss them at Yin-Yarn, which brings him to the ground and exposes his weak spot (a large button) to attack.

Etymology

Yin-Yarn's name is a portmanteau of "yin-yang" and "yarn."

His Japanese name, アミーボ・アモーレ (Amībo Amōre), comes from the Japanese word for knitting needle, あみぼう/編み棒 (Amibō).

Related Quotes

This sorcerer uses his knitting needles to weave his evil all across Dream Land!
— Cast Description • Kirby's Epic Yarn

Trivia

  • In the English version of the game, Yin-Yarn's true identity is only hinted at through the progression of the final battle, while in the Japanese version, it's made more explicit through his Cast Description, stating that the two knitting needles are brothers.
  • His battle theme is a remix of the boss theme and Miracle Matter's theme from Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards. In the final phase of the fight, the tempo increases even further.
  • During the battle there is a swirling black mass in the background. In the mass, one can see the Halberd, Meta Melon Isle, and Patch Castle, among other things. This is the case even if the player has not unlocked the two bonus levels, Battleship Halberd and Meta Melon Isle.
  • Yin-Yarn's possessed victims' eyes flash between yellow and purple, the same colors as the knitting needle brothers' eyes.
  • Yin-Yarn is the only final boss in the Kirby series so far to have facial hair.
  • Yin-Yarn is one of the three final bosses to resurrect previous bosses, the others being Necrodeus and Drawcia. However, Drawcia does not resurrect bosses during the final battle, but during several events of the game.
  • Just like Drawcia, Yin-Yarn transforms Kirby’s world, as well as Kirby's design and battle style.
  • Yin-Yarn does not directly attack in his first form; all of his attacks consist of resurrecting bosses or summoning enemies to attack Kirby.
  • Yin-Yarn has the most phases to his battle out of almost every boss in the game. His battle consists of six phases; Fangora, Soocher Wall, Capamari, Soocher Wall, the main fight, and finally, Mega Yin-Yarn.
  • Yin-Yarn appears as a collectible keychain in Kirby: Triple Deluxe.
  • Yin-Yarn and Void Soul are the only bosses in the Kirby series to completely flood the originally land-based arena with liquid.

Artwork

Gallery

Sprites

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.