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    Ahh yes...I've actually played OoT so I know a bit about this particular update ^_^

    Thanks for putting all the songs in one place!

    Which reminds me...how do you extract the songs from the site? I've tried many different methods but ended up just recording them all using Audacity which isn't the best if you really wanna listen to it =P

    And bw! be a bit more specific...do you want just the character or his FSA (Chef Kirby)? I think that's one character who could definately wait until we got his stage or music...but that's just my opinion.


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    Quote Originally Posted by S.S.
    Ahh yes...I've actually played OoT so I know a bit about this particular update ^_^

    Thanks for putting all the songs in one place!

    Which reminds me...how do you extract the songs from the site? I've tried many different methods but ended up just recording them all using Audacity which isn't the best if you really wanna listen to it =P

    And bw! be a bit more specific...do you want just the character or his FSA (Chef Kirby)? I think that's one character who could definately wait until we got his stage or music...but that's just my opinion.
    I actually downloaded a program that let me do it.. However, since it was shareware, I was only able to get a first couple tracks that were released. For the later ones, I've been able to find them on the IGN website. They've been doing a great job with some of the updates and you can find the mp3s in the music section of their FAQ.

    Chef Kirby is currently in the works.. it's pretty tough making updates for games I haven't played much. I've been creating my own screenshots by playing through each game so I can get the perfect shot.. sometimes it can take a while if I don't know where I'm supposed to look.

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    Awesome thanks! ^_^


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    i can do research i well do it on kirby


    heres some of my research on kirby



    kirby is basicly a pink blob that copys his enemys attacks

    list of attacks he can copy

    Angel (Cupid)
    A cute ability where Kirby has wings and a halo. The main weapon of choice in this manner is a Bow and Arrow.

    Animal
    Kirby wears the fur of a fuzzy creature and attacks with sharp claws. This is the prime ability where Kirby can dig through loose earth. This is Kirby's first ability, where the hat for it modifies Kirby's shoes as well.

    Backdrop
    An early variation of Suplex. Kirby can perform all sorts of grab-and-throw wrestling moves.

    Ball
    While hard to control, Kirby can roll up into a ball and bounce across stages with immense attack power. It is also the lead of several spin-off games.

    Balloon
    Kirby will inflate enough to be able to float lightly. If he inflates too much, Kirby will "pop" leaving a force wave of air in wake.

    Baton Twirling
    An anime-only ability that was inspired by a fanart contest. Oddly enough, it features complete control over living matter.

    Beam
    Masahiro Sakurai's reported favorite ability, in which Kirby mimics the ability of the Waddle Doo. While commonly found and mostly the weakest ability for many games, in a dynamic system like Kirby Super Star, it proves to be the most flexible. It is capable of the Wave Beam.

    Bomb
    Kirby holds a limitless supply of bombs while using this. They can be held and thrown in many ways. This is one of two abilities that are able to fused with elemental powers (Ice and Thunder).

    Bubble
    Kirby's only game based aquatic ability thus far. The weapon of choice with this is seemingly a toilet brush. Enemies defeated using this ability will leave behind items for later use.

    Burning
    Also known as "Fireball". It is a variation of Fire that is used in the static ability systems for Kirby's Adventure and Kirby & the Amazing Mirror. It is labeled as "Fire" for Kirby's Dreamlad 2, 3, and Kirby 64.

    Clean
    Trade mark of Broom Hatter, Kirby will use a Broom as a weapon of choice. Not really powerful unless used by an Animal Helper. With it, Kirby can interact with the surroundings in specific ways, like making flowers bloom and cleaning dust away.

    Cook
    In the games, it is mostly a one-time-use ability where Kirby will turn all the enemies on the screen into health replenishment. In the anime, it is more common, and more flexible. Weapon of choice is either a Frying Pan, or Boiling

    Copy
    Copy is no different from normal Kirby. It is used in Kirby Super Star so a second player can act as Kirby through TAC. This allows the second player to change abilities on the dime.

    Crash
    Kirby explodes.

    Cutter
    The attack choice in this mode is throwing boomerang-like blades. In newer games, the height and direction of cutters can be controlled. In Kirby Super Star, it can be used for head-on attacks, as well as Kirby's Trademark Final

    Fighter
    It made a first appearance in Kirby Super Star, and since has also returned in Kirby & the Amazing Mirror and Kirby: Squeak Squad. It come equipped with quick attacks for close-to-mid range, all of which can be pulled off rather quickly and effortlessly. In recent games, Fighter Kirby can also use a form of a Hadoken - which may reveal the original inspiration for this ability coming from the Street Fighter series.

    fire
    Fire is one of Kirby's trademark elementals and the most commonly used ability in the Anime. In static systems, Kirby will simply breathe fire, while there will be other variations of Fire, such as Burning - which was used in Dreamland 2, 3, and 64. Dynamic systems like Kirby Super Star and Kirby: Squeak Squad simply combine the two into a single ability.

    Freeze
    An early variant of Ice that was used in Kirby's Adventure (and also in the GBA Port), and was latered combined with Ice in Kirby Super Star. It was one of the more seldom-found abilities, but was the original ability of Chilly. In the GBA Port, Kirby: Nightmare in Dreamland, it bears a resemblance to the Ice

    Galaxia
    An anime-only ability with a spinoff in Kirby & the Amazing Mirror under the name "Master". Galaxia works the same way as the Sword Ability does, and it even acquired the same way - by inhaling a sword. However, Galaxia works only one way that differs it from the normal Sword Ability, and that is it must be Meta Knight's sword.

    Ghost
    Regarded as the secret ability of Kirby Squeak Squad, as it can only be accessed once all the pieces of the Ghost Medal had been collected. With it, Kirby can posses enemies to gain complete and total control over them. While great in concept, it proves to be a hindrance for boss fights, and most enemies are weaker than Kirby, so there is little point - other than for the heck of it - for it to be used.

    Hammer
    One of Kirby's more powerful abilities, but also a bit of trouble to find, as you usually have to get it from a fight against Bonkers. The hammer ability can take down any boss within a few hits - but it may be considered a bit slower than other abilities that work the same general way as it, like Sword.

    Hi-Jump
    The bane of Kracko. With high-jump, Kirby adopts a superhero-motif along with an upgraded ability to jump. It is primarily used for rather higher places that have been blocked off by something.

    Ice
    Another trademark elemental, Ice works under the same premise as Fire. It, along with Freeze, will turn any defeated enemy into a block of ice that can be used to attack another enemy.

    Iron
    An anime-only ability that was inspired by a fanart contest. The inspiration for the motif of the ability comes from Ancient Egyptian Civilization. It is similar to Stone and Metal.

    Jet
    Thus far, it is a Kirby Super Star only ability that has also been seen in the anime. In it, Kirby's weapon of choice is a chargeable jet-pack. The ability is great for covering long distances and tall heights in little time.

    Laser
    This ability allows for Kirby to fire reflect lasers from where he stands. The reflect lasers will then bounce off of any curved surface until it reaches out of range. It is generally weak in power, but become chargeable in Kirby: Squeak Squad. While not the inspiration for it, Kirby bares a visor for shooting his lasers, similar to Cyclops from the X-Men series.

    Light
    Thus far, it is a Kirby's Adventure only ability (including the GBA port). It is specifically used to light darkened areas in order to reveal hidden pathways. When not used in a darkened room, it is rather useless.

    Magic
    One of the newer abilities and it is gaining momentum in popularity. When first introduced in Kirby and the Amazing Mirror, it was a replacement for Mike and Crash as it was one of the game's only one time use abilities (as well as Cook). The effect it had was done via roulette. In its second appearance in Kirby Squeak Squad, it became a very versatile weapon ability with Kirby using an array of magic tricks for multiple types of long-range attacks.

    Metal
    Kirby sacrifices speed and jumping height in order to gain an effective defense and an immense weight. While good for rushing through swarms of enemies and treading dangerous ground, it is not good for effective travel.

    Mike
    Kirby uses his ear-splitting voice to cause major damage to everything around him.

    Minimum
    Kirby shrinks to the size of a pea to get through tight spaces.

    Missile
    Transforming himself into a guided, pink missile that will explode when it touches enemies or obstacles.

    Mirror
    A rare ability that allows Kirby to reflect attacks and duplicate himself.

    Needle
    A primarily defensive move where Kirby goes porcupine.

    Ninja
    Kirby learns the way of the ninja, throwing shuriken, vanishing, climbing walls and walking on water.

    Paint
    Kirby coats everything with color with this rare one-use ability.

    Parasol
    Deceptively harmless, Kirby can defeat enemy's with a variety of moves, float slowly to the ground- and just look cute with his star-tipped parasol.

    Plasma
    An unusual ability where Kirby must build up a charge before he can attack.

    Sleep
    Not a good power to get in a pinch! Kirby will take a brief nap.

    Smash
    A useful ability based on Kirby's moveset in the Super Smash Bros. series.
    Smash Bros. Abilities
    In the actual Super Smash Bros. games, Kirby can copy any other player to gain unique powers.

    Spark
    Similar to Needle in that Kirby surrounds himself with a protective electric

    Stone
    Kirby can turn rock-hard to crush enemies and become resistant to attacks.

    Suplex
    And you thought wrestling was fake? Kirby will prove you wrong with a variety of moves.

    Sword
    A classic ability where Kirby slices up enemies with a shining blade..

    Throw
    It's as simple as it sounds! Kirby grabs enemies and tosses them with great force.

    Top
    An ability unique to the anime series, Kirby attacks with razor-edged tops.

    Tornado
    Kirby spins and spins into a whirlwind that makes him temporarily invincible as well as being speedy.

    UFO
    Or should it be UFK? Kirby turns into a flying saucer than floats anywhere and has different levels of attack.

    Water
    Another ability unique to the anime, Kirby attacks with jets of water.

    Wheel
    Kirby tears up the road when he turns into a big pink tire. Nothing stands in his way.

    Wing
    Instead of his usual slow floating ways, Kirby dons a winged headdress and soars through the air.

    Yo-yo
    A fun and stylish ability where Kirby uses a simple yo-yo as a deadly weapon!

    Star Rod
    Kirby uses the power source of the Fountain of Dreams to defeat the mysterious Nightmare.

    Rainbow Sword
    The combined form of all the Rainbow Drops is the only thing that can stop darkmatter


    Star Chariot
    Kirby ventures into the heart of NOVA on this throwback to side-scrolling shooter games.

    Love-Love Stick
    By helping people all over Dream Land, the power of their happiness and friendship forms this legendary item.

    Master
    Kirby is given Meta Knight's powerful blade to help defeat Dark Mind.

    Triple Star
    The strange scepter wielded by Daroach, which is also useful in defeating
    Dark Nebula




    in ssbb his attacks that we know are hammer,sword, and fsa cook

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    some of his enemys are king dedede,metanight,wispy woods

    i will add more soon
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    Why did you ask me to do one on Kirby if it seems like you already know stuff about him? But thank you for the information.

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    umm i dont know

    and i hope my kirby power list helps everyone
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    LOL kirby is awesome...i remember the first super smash bros. for the Nintendo 64 and i tried to suck up master hand.dang hand knocked me out of the stadium when i was trying to figure out how to get his power(i know now that i can't).oh well thats what happens when a noob controls kirby in super smash bros.
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    --Kirby



    Unlike most of our Nintendo mascots who made their debut on a console system, Kirby made his first appearance on a handheld. Kirby's Dream World was released for the Game Boy on April 27, 1992, in Japan. It was later released in the States on August 1, 1992. Kirby earns the extra honor of being created and produced by Sakurai himself!



    The premise of this game is pretty simple. King Dedede has stolen all the food from Dream Land, and it is up to Kirby to defeat Dedede and bring the food back. It is clear from the get-go that while other heroes (Mario, Link, Pit) have focused their efforts on rescuing the damsel in distress, Kirby's true passion comes in the form of anything that can fit in his mouth. Although his ability to copy powers does not appear until his appearance on the NES, the ability to inhale anything in his path has been rooted from the very beginning.



    Fast forward 4 years to the days of the SNES. Kirby Super Star was released in Japan on March 21, 1996, and was released in the United States on September 20 of the same year. Kirby Super Star is made up of 5 main storylines with 4 additional subgames that don't contribute to the overall plot. The Spring Breeze game is a remade version of the Game Boy game that started it all, pitting you against King Dedede in an effort to recapture Dream Land's stolen food. Revenge of Meta-Knight puts Kirby up against SSBB newcomer Meta Knight for the second time since Kirby's Adventure on the NES. In this game, Kirby maintains the ability to copy the abilities of others by inhaling them.



    Chef Kirby



    Kirby's Final Smash originates from Kirby Super Star in the game Dyna Blade. Here, Kirby travels up a mountain to defeat the giant bird, Dyna Blade, who has been going around destroying the crops in Dream Land. During his journey, he comes across Chef Kawasaki, whose sole purpose is to make a meal out of the pink hero. By defeating him, and copying his ability, you obtain the one-time-use ability, "Cook." With this power, Kirby can stuff all enemies on the screen into a boiling pot, and transform them into nutritious food that can replenish Kirby's life bar.



    Like Kirby Super Star, Chef Kirby can target many characters and items around his general vicinity. Additionally, Kirby's Final Smash results in the creation of different food items. Depending on what goes into the pot, Kirby will be able to whip up any number of things, from Super Spicy Curry to Maximum Tomatoes.



    Kirby's continued success has led him to appear in 17 original titles with an 18th title announced for the Wii. While some of these games have continued the platforming series we know and love, some games have created their own spin on genre's such as racing (Kirby Air Ride) and golf (Kirby's Dream Course).

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    thankyou
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    --Dr. Wright



    Dr. Wright's appearance in the Brawl was met with mixed reactions. While some applauded the inclusion of such a random and relatively unknown character, others were disappointed that Nintendo may have taken the nostalgia factor a little bit too far. But whatever your opinions may be, it stands that Dr. Wright of the Sim City series has made his mark on the Smash franchise



    Sim City was originally released for the Commodore 64 in 1989, and was developed by Will Wright, the creative mind behind other popular simulation games like SimAnt, SimCopter, and TheSims. The game puts the player in charge of designing and running a city, from charging taxes to providing electricity to its inhabitants. It is also your duty to fix damages that come from simple wear and tear to natural disasters that include floods, earthquakes, and if you're lucky, alien invasion.



    The character, Dr. Wright, is based off of SimCity designer Will Wright and exclusively appears in Nintendo-based versions of the game. He made his debut in SNES port of Sim City released in August 1991 and later appeared in SimCity 64, which was released only in Japan. Dr. Wright's character serves as an adviser that guides you through your city-building experience. Whether you don't know where to start when cleaning up after a natural disaster, of if you're simply lost and need a helping hand, Dr. Wright will be there to show you the way.



    Dr. Wright's attack in Brawl don't seem to originate from a particular "move" or "skill." Instead, Dr. Wright has been given an ability that stems from his in-depth knowledge of city planning. What better way to show off his intelligence that to make buildings spontaneously sprout from the ground?



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