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Waddle Doo are a very common enemy species in the Kirby series. They seem to be cycloptic, stronger varients of Waddle Dee and fire energy whips from their eye to attack Kirby. If Kirby eats one he gets their Copy Ability, Beam.

Aside from that they will walk around and jump just like a Waddle Dee. They are sometimes villains, but not all of them are villains. Also, sometimes like a Waddle Dee they can be seen with parasols and if Kirby eats one with a parasol, he will get the Parasol ability.

Physical AppearenceEdit

Waddle Doo are similar in appearence to Waddle Dee. They are round, vermillion-red creatures, with stubby arms, and orange shoes and one large eye protuding from the middle of their heads. Above their eyes are two bits of hair.

In the GamesEdit

Largely, its appearances in games are consistent and little of its behavior changes. Despite being a fairly definitive foe, Waddle Doo is absent from a number of titles in the series, including both direct sequels of the first game.

Kirby's Adventure and Kirby: Nightmare in Dream LandEdit

Waddle Doo returned in this game, with much of the same behavior: running, jumping, floating, and firing beams. Now, this ability is able to be copied by Kirby as the Beam ability. Waddle Doo is one of the few original enemies that is able to have its ability copied. The ones that float down from above on parasols give the Parasol ability instead if Kirby eats them before they separate from their ride. He also appears as the first opponent in the Quick Draw mini-game in both versions of the game.

Waddle Doo (Kirby Nightmare in Dreamland)

Waddle Doo in Kirby Nightmare in Dreamland

Parasol Waddle Doo (Kirby Nightmare in Dreamland)

Parasol Waddle Doo in Kirby Nightmare in Dreamland

Kirby Super StarEdit

Waddle Doo returned as a foe, a minion of Kracko, and an ally as the Beam Helper. The helper version is red, and when under computer control, Waddle Doo largely approaches enemies and slowly attacks them with beam whips after partially charging while jumping. Waddle Doo is also the first opponent you duel in the mini-game Samurai Kirby.

Waddle Doo

Waddle Doo in Kirby Super Star

Parasol Waddle Doo

Parasol Waddle Doo in Kirby Super Star

In Kirby Super Star Ultra, When Kirby's Grab (Beam, Fighter, Ninja, Bomb, Yo-Yo, Jet, Parasol, Ice, Suplex) some ready to catch that made a Waddle Doo explode and then they damage enemies, killing enemies, damaged bosses.

Kirby and the Amazing MirrorEdit

Waddle Doo's basic actions are unchanged from Kirby's Adventure.

Waddle Doo (Kirby and the Amazing Mirror)

Waddle Doo in Kirby and the Amazing Mirror

Parasol Waddle Doo (Kirby and the Amazing Mirror)

Parasol Waddle Doo in Kirby and the Amazing Mirror

Kirby: Squeak SquadEdit

Waddle Doo's basic actions are basically unchanged from other Kirby games. However, using the Ghost ability, Kirby can possess a Waddle Doo. Its beam attack is basically the same as Kirby's, but slower.

Waddle Doo (Kirby Squeak Squad)

Waddle Doo in Kirby Squeak Squad

Parasol Waddle Doo (Kirby Squeak Squad)

Parasol Waddle Doo in Kirby Squeak Squad

Kirby Super Star UltraEdit

In Kirby Super Star Ultra, Waddle Doo has 18 hit points and is the same as it was in Kirby Super Star. One Waddle Doo takes on the Helper to Hero challenge; this Waddle Doo is a very pale green with a blue pupil. Waddle Doos also can be released from both forms of Kracko and the evil villain Kracko's Revenge.

Waddle Doo (Kirby Super Star Ultra)

Waddle Doo in Kirby Super Star Ultra

Parasol Waddle Doo (Kirby Super Star Ultra)

Parasol Waddle Doo in Kirby Super Star Ultra

SpritesEdit

TriviaEdit

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