Meta Knight sighed, made a complicated, short gesture with his hand, and the golden thunder-bolted shaped blade unstuck itself from the wall and sailed over the top of Marth's head, shaving off the top of his hair as it sailed magically back to its owner like an obedient dog.  He is the main antagonist of the Revenge of Meta Knight mode in Kirby Super Star, in which he tries to take over Dream Land to end the inhabitants' lazy lifestyle by invading in his signature airship, the Battleship Halberd (戦艦ハルバード, Senkan Harubādo). He also wears purple shoes, metal shoulder base plates, and a purple cape, which he can transform into two large bat wings. Hobby  After not appearing in Kirby: Triple Deluxe,[c] Meta Knight made an active return to the series in Kirby: Planet Robobot. " GamesRadar ranked Meta Knight 12th on its list of "Most Misunderstood Videogame Villains", saying that he is "the standard good-guy folderol [...], except that Meta Knight is invariably the bad guy"; it said of the Meta Knight-versus-Kirby battles that "[i]t's like if Batman picked a fight with a morbidly obese shut-in, and you were supposed to root for the shut-in. Dark Meta is then seen defeating Meta Knight and sealing him within the Dimension Mirror, shattering it to prevent Kirby from being able to reach him.  Initially one of Kirby's enemies, he has since developed into Kirby's rival, and has been described as an antihero.  He is always seen wearing a silver mask, but in the event that he is unmasked, he looks identical to Kirby,[a] albeit with a dark blue body[b] and white eyes, which appear yellow with his mask on (and with his mask off in Kirby: Planet Robobot and Kirby Star Allies).  Though he is absent from Kirby and the Rainbow Curse's story mode, Meta Knight appears as a collectible figurine. Alias He started being more of a rival in the later games. Meta Knight has some of the various characteristics that Kirby has: a spherical body, feet and stubby arms (albeit longer than Kirby's and with actual digits), tall and thin eyes, and also features blushes. Dark Mind | Dark Meta Knight | Shadow Dedede | Parallel Bosses | Dark Taranza | King D-Mind | Parallel Nightmare, Yin-Yarn's Forces Evil-doer Servant of Dark Mind On other occasions, he encounters the enigmatic Meta Knight.  Meta Knight returns as a boss and Dream Friend in Kirby Star Allies. Mace Knight is perhaps the most dangerous of the knights in close range, and has more hit points than the other knights. She eventually tried to rule over Floralia's inhabitants as their goddess and began imprisoning them to serve her. He makes brief appearances in Kirby's Pinball Land and Kirby's Avalanche. Dark Meta Knight's Revenge , Meta Knight has made several appearances outside of the Kirby video game series, including the 1994–2006 manga Hoshi no Kirby: Dedede de Pupupu na Monogatari written by Hirokazu Hikawa and published by Shogakukan in CoroCoro Comic. Galacta Knight greatly resembles Meta Knight, even being the same size, but sports key visual differences.His body is magenta in color, and the eyes behind his mask are red (magenta in Kirby Star Allies). While Meta Knight's design is somewhat vibrant, Dark Meta Knight is gray and dark, perhaps in reference to Meta Knight's original design from Kirby's Adventure. He's attempting to keep Kirby away from the Star Rod.  However, these wings appear directly attached to his body in Kirby's Return to Dream Land and Kirby: Planet Robobot. (the ultimate reason being to prevent Nightmare from waking up) Super Star: Boss of Revenge of Meta-Knight. Meta Knight appears as a blue, roundish creature, with a physique similar to that of Kirby. Th… Meta Knight also wears his trademark attire; his silver mask and his blue or dark purple Dimensional Cape with gold trimmings, as well as a pair of patched or metallic shoes. https://villains.fandom.com/wiki/Dark_Meta_Knight?oldid=4082791, Dark Meta Knight is the Bigger Bad of the main story line of. He appears as the secondary antagonist in Kirby and the Amazing Mirror and later the main antagonist of the Dededetour story mode of Kirby: Triple Deluxe, as well as the overarching antagonist of the game overall. Kirby begrudgingly follows. According to the official flavor text given to him, Dark Meta Knight is only allying himself with Kirby simply because he is invested in the Jamba Hearts and most likely wishes to claim their powers as his own. Whispy Woods | Kracko | Bonkers | Mr. Frosty | Bugzzy | Fire Lion | Master Hand | Grand Doomer | Coily Rattler | Claycia, Dark Matter Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. The Galaxia has no spikes on the sides in some games, while in others it does. However, in, Dark Meta Knight's Pause Screen description in. In Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Meta Knight is a playable character. When Kirby has a nightmare and Meta Knight is there at the right place at the right time to comfort him, he learns it is OK to be afraid. Kirby's Adventure: Boss of Orange Ocean. In the series he is the last surviving member of the Galaxy Soldier Army, made up of "Star Warriors". " It also listed him on "The Top 7 Unlikeliest Badasses in Gaming" list, saying "Thanks to his brooding, serious attitude and his lavish taste in imposing capes, Meta Knight has created a beautiful illusion of something incredibly threatening, despite being a spherical bundle of delight. He is an evil mirror version of Meta Knight, except he is a more vicious and brutal fighter, displaying no mercy nor honor for his opponents. "Meta Knight!" The game is also compatible with the Meta Knight Amiibo, which Kirby can use for a temporary increase in attack power. Contrary to belief, he is vastly different from his counterpart, both in terms of gameplay and visuals.  He also sports a navy blue mantle[b] called the Dimensional Cape (ディメンションマント, Dimenshon Manto), which can change into a pair of wings and allows him to teleport.