The sport draws heavily from Welsh, Celt, Christian, and Roman mythology, with characters named Arawn, Arthur, Epona, llŷr, Morgan, Rhiannon, and Taliesin. Nobuhiko has devised a new devilish Eight-Six destroyer on the sight of the Cappuccino. With the addition of a rally racer named Sakamoto, the prospect of success for the Northern Saitama Alliance is shut to 1 hundred percent. Starting with Kirby’s Return to Dream Land (2011), Bandana Waddle Dee transitioned into being an ally of Kirby and was one of the sport’s 4 playable characters. A tough translation of the song indicates that he is singing about getting stronger to be on par with Kirby through power and talent. Kirby, not understanding this, finds the pieces and reunites them.

Nightmare is inadvertently freed, but Kirby finally uses it to defeat him. That is both because of his defeat at his hands in “Revenge of the King” or just out of admiration for him. In Kirby Super Star Ultra(2008), he seems within the “Revenge of the King” recreation mode as King Dedede’s loyal right-hand man. Bandana Waddle Dee additionally seems in Kirby Super Star Extremely’s “The Area” mode as a joke boss (although in Kirby Tremendous Star, he was just a Waddle Dee). He assists Kirby in both Kirby: Triple Deluxe (2014) and Kirby: Planet Robobot (2016) by providing him with objects and once more as a playable character in Kirby Star Allies (2018) and Kirby and the Forgotten Land (2022). Within the sequence’ spinoffs, Bandana Waddle Dee appears as a playable character in Kirby and the Rainbow Curse and as a CPU-managed best friend in the one-participant mode of Kirby Battle Royale (2017) (using a parasol as a substitute for a spear).

The first Blu-ray disc of the collection, containing the primary episode of the anime, was launched on September 27, 2016. The restricted version contained a balloting ticket for Aqours’ first concert, an original tune CD, a newly written novel by Sakurako Kimino, and a Love Live! In the sequence, Robotechnology refers back to the scientific advances discovered in an alien starship that crashed on a South Pacific island. Krang is an alien warlord. Within the finale, he was destroyed by Kirby utilizing the Star Rod. He returns in Kirby Fighters 2 (2020) as one of the sport’s starting playable characters, utilizing his spear move set from Star Allies. His only opposition is the Star Warriors and Galaxy Soldier Army, although they’re wiped out before the sequence begins.