Star Coins are the main form of currency in Kirby and the Forgotten Land, and they’re used to purchase all sorts of things. Health-restoring food, stat boosts, figurine capsules, and Copy Ability upgrades are just a few examples! There’s one main method to farming them, and it’s something you’ll have unlocked just an hour or two deep into the game. Let’s break it down!
Kirby and the Forgotten Land has been available for a few months now, and many players have already done everything there is to do in the game. What about the players who want to go beyond that, though? As outlined in our Copy Abilities guide, each of the game’s Abilities can have its power upgraded to a maximum of a ★-Rank. This requires a copious amount of Rare Stones, and we’re here to help you get a ton of them in just a few minutes!
And here we are — the final group of Waddle Dee locations for Kirby and the Forgotten Land. The last world in the game is called Redgar Forbidden Lands, and there are a total of 61 Waddle Dees to collect. That’s much more than any other world you’ve previously been to, so be prepared for the long haul. There are pretty big spoilers within, so you might want to come back after beating all the levels. It’s up to you!
There are a lot of Waddle Dees to collect in Kirby and the Forgotten Land. So many, in fact, that we’re back with a fifth post on how to find them all. This time, we’re covering World 5: Originull Wasteland. There are a total of 49 Waddle Dees to collect here, and their locations are trickier than they’ve been in previous worlds. As always, there are light spoilers afoot, so do keep that in mind before you continue.
Our coverage for Kirby and the Forgotten Land isn’t over yet! We’re back with yet another compilation of Waddle Dee locations. This time, we’re covering World 4: Winter Horns. As you might expect, it’s an ice world topped with snow, and there are exactly 49 Waddle Dees to find. There are light spoilers here, so keep that in mind as you continue. Let’s begin!