Our coverage for Kirby and the Forgotten Land continues! This time, we’re back with a complete list of Waddle Dee locations for Everbay Coast. That’s the game’s second world, and there are a grand total of 47 Waddle Dees to find and collect. If you missed our Natural Plains Waddle Dee guide, you can find that via this link. Once you’ve finished the first world, come back to this post! Without further ado, let’s get into the full list of locations.
Kirby and the Forgotten Land drops tomorrow, and we’ve compiled a complete list of every Waddle Dee in the game! They serve as this game’s main collectible, and you can find them in many different ways. Some are found in cages across levels, and others are obtained by completing specific missions. We’ve got all the details here! First up is Natural Plains, which is the first world you’ll encounter. There are five levels for a grand total of 46 Waddle Dees. If you haven’t played the demo, there are technically spoilers in this post. Be warned!
Kirby and the Forgotten Land is out tomorrow, and we’re here with a list of amiibo compatibility and rewards ahead of time! In case you aren’t already aware, the Kirby series Kirby, King Dedede, and Meta Knight amiibo figures were reprinted for this game’s launch period. That’s because they have special functions! We’ll be detailing all of this and more, as well as what non-Kirby figurines do. Let’s begin!
Venusaur is one of the strongest Grass-type Pokémon in VGC. Its famous Ability, Chlorophyll, doubles its Speed stat in harsh sunlight. This is great since Pokémon like Groudon and Torkoal can set up said sunlight to boost Venusaur’s Speed for free! With its Speed stat doubled, Venusaur can even outspeed Regieleki (who is one of the fastest Pokémon there is under normal circumstances)! In VGC, Venusaur is also capable of using G-Max Vine Lash. In addition to dealing damage, the move saps enemies of 1/6 their maximum HP at the end of each turn. Not only can Venusaur dish out damage, it can also immobilize opponents with Sleep Powder. This Pokémon is a great choice for your team, even if you don’t have a sun setter — it can take advantage of opposing sun teams either way.
The Pokémon Company finally announced the legendary Arceus event for Pokémon Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl! An update for the games goes live at 9:00 p.m. EST on March 15. From there, you’ll be able to battle Arceus, but there’s a catch. You need save data from Pokémon Legends: Arceus present on your Switch console… but that save data needs to have completed every story mission in the game. Get all the details here, including information on Shiny hunting!