All Kirby and the Forgotten Land blueprints locations

[ad_1]

Surfing the star isn’t as easy as it seems, and despite its vivid, welcoming colours, Kirby and the Forgotten Land blueprints are super important when facing these fresh challenges. Upon diving into our favourite pink puffball’s first 3D adventure, you come across plenty of fearsome foes to fight and troublesome traps to traverse. Luckily, Kirby isn’t one to take these challenges lying down – instead, he sucks them up (literally) and adapts to any situation he’s in.

Along with a variety of awesome copy abilities, there’s a heap of handy Kirby and the Forgotten Land blueprints floating around. Taking these to the Waddle Dee Weapons Shop allows you to upgrade Kirby’s powers with exciting evolutions – who wants one hammer when you can have two? Of course, you have to find these little suckers first, which is why, in addition to going through what each of the blueprints do, we’ve pointed out all the Kirby and the Forgotten Land blueprint locations, so you can soup up your superpowers in no time.

If you’re looking for more help on your journey through the Forgotten Land, check out our Kirby and the Forgotten Land figures, Kirby and the Forgotten Land Waddle Dees, and Kirby and the Forgotten Land missions guides. We also have a list of all active Kirby and the Forgotten Land codes, so you can snag some fun freebies for your little pink pal.

How do I use my Kirby and the Forgotten Land blueprints?

Blueprints are used to upgrade your Kirby and the Forgotten Land copy abilities. After you find a blueprint, all you need to do is head back to Waddle Dee Weapons Shop in Waddle Dee Town. Once you’ve handed your blueprint over to the Weapons-Shop Waddle Dee, simply approach the mannequin wearing the base version of the copy ability to evolve it.

Each evolution costs a certain amount of star coins and rare gems – be sure to check out our Kirby and the Forgotten Land rare gems and Kirby and the Forgotten Land Treasure Road guides to find out how to get these.

Kirby and the Forgotten Land Kirby and the Forgotten Land Kirby and the Forgotten Land Nintendo $59.99 Buy Now Network N earns affiliate commission from qualifying sales.

All Kirby and the Forgotten Land blueprints and locations

Here’s every Kirby and the Forgotten Land blueprint you can find, along with information on what they do, what copy abilities they evolve from, what they cost, which enemies you copy them from, and, most important of all, where to find them.

Remember, if you’ve missed a blueprint on your travels, you can chat to the Wise Waddle Dee in Waddle Dee Town. He gives you a hint as to which level it’s in, so you can go back and check.

All Kirby and the Forgotten Land blueprints locationsGet it here!

Chakram Cutter Blueprint

Power: 1
Rapid-Fire: 3.5
Evolved from: Cutter copy ability
Copied from: Sir Kibble
Upgrade cost: 500 star coins, two rare stones

Two is usually better than one, especially in this case. Dual-wield cutters, flinging both of them forward to slash a wide area in front of you. You can also throw a chakram out while holding the attack button to have it linger in the air, returning to your current position and hitting everything in its path – perfect for hitting switches in those hard-to-reach areas.

Location: You get this blueprint from the Weapons-Shop Waddle Dee when you first visit the Weapons Shop.

Kirby with the Volcano fire ability

Volcano Fire Blueprint

Power: 2.5
Rapid-Fire: 2
Evolved from: Fire copy ability
Copied from: Hot Head
Upgrade cost: 500 star coins, two rare stones

Kirby’s been snacking on something spicy. Harness the power of geothermal energy to spew lava and magma balls in front of you.

Location: You get this blueprint from the Weapons-Shop Waddle Dee when you first visit the Weapons Shop.

A screenshot showing the location of a Kirby and the Forgotten Land blueprint

Clutter Needle Blueprint

Power: 2.5
Rapid-Fire: 2
Evolved from: Needle copy ability
Copied from: Needlous, Totenga, Jabhog
Upgrade cost: 500 star coins, two rare stones

The beast gang sees Kirb rollin’, and they hatin’. Hold the attack button to roll around, taking down enemies and obstacles with your sharp clutter, then release to unleash a flurry of projectiles – all while looking pretty darn sharp.

Location: Everbay Coast – Scale the Cement Summit. When you get to a square of blocks set in the floor, use the bomb block to break them, revealing the blueprint below.

A screenshot showing the location of a Kirby and the Forgotten Land blueprint

Chain Bomb Blueprint

Power: 3
Rapid-Fire: 1.5
Evolved from: Bomb copy ability
Copied from: Poppy Bros Jr
Upgrade cost: 500 star coins, two rare stones

There’s no missing link here, as you throw out a barrage of bombs, chaining them together. Once chained, the bombs explode simultaneously, dealing heaps of damage. You can even walk into the bombs to roll them around and reposition them, or aim and throw them by holding the attack button.

Location: Everbay Coast – Fast-Flowing Waterworks. You find this blueprint in a chest at the end of a grated bridge, after you’ve completed the combat challenge.

Kirby and the Forgotten Land Tropic Woods boss

Noble Ranger Blueprint

Power: 1
Rapid-Fire: 4
Evolved from: Ranger copy ability
Copied from: Bernard
Upgrade cost: 500 star coins, two rare stones

Kirby can dual-wield pistols now, too? So cool. Fire a weapon with both hands, unleashing a barrage of bullets. Hold the attack button to charge the attack and auto lock-on to a nearby enemy, then release to let the bullets rain. Just one question – are you feeling lucky, punk?

Location: Everbay Coast – The Tropical Terror. Just defeat the boss to snag this blueprint.

A screenshot showing the location of a Kirby and the Forgotten Land blueprint

Toy Hammer Blueprint

Power: 2.5
Rapid-Fire: 2.5
Evolved from: Hammer copy ability
Copied from: Mookie, Wild Bonkers
Upgrade cost: 500 star coins, two rare stones

Bonk and bop your way through the Forgotten Land with a much larger hammer – and a helmet, of course, because safety is important, even for Kirbs. Hold the attack button down to unleash a charged, side swing attack and knock all of your enemies out of the park.

Location: Wondaria Remains – Welcome To Wondaria. Use Kirby’s Water-Balloon Mouth Mode to make eight wilted flowers bloom in order to get this blueprint.

The first four are right next to the first water pipe you use to transform into Water-Balloon Mouth Kirby – simply spray them to help them grow. Then, just ahead, there are three more wilted flowers needing a sprinkling. The last is hidden in a secret area near these two. To access this, spray the mud to the right of the ladder just ahead. This reveals a drop-down that leads to the secret path, where the wilted flower is hidden in an alcove – water it to get your blueprint.

A screenshot showing the location of a Kirby and the Forgotten Land blueprint

Giant Sword Blueprint

Power: 3.5
Rapid-Fire: 1
Evolved from: Sword copy ability
Copied from: Blade Knight, Wild Edge
Upgrade cost: 500 star coins, two rare stones

Monster Hunter? What’s that? There are only snack hunters here. Lunge your giant sword at enemies, deal damage with a wide slash, and use the block ability to defend yourself with a shield.

Location: Wondaria Remains – Circuit Speedway. Open the chest on the main path after defeating the Wild Edge mini-boss.

A screenshot showing the location of a Kirby and the Forgotten Land blueprint

Time Crash Blueprint

Power: 5
Rapid-Fire: 0
Evolved from: Crash copy ability
Copied from: Bomber
Upgrade cost: 1,200 star coins, three rare stones

It’s time for Kirby to enter the Matrix! Pause time temporarily to bypass enemies, surrounding Kirby in a shield that damages your foes on contact. Time Crash is super powerful, but it’s a one-use ability – so remember, it’s all about timing (literally).

Location: Wondaria Remains – Invasion at the House of Horrors. Near the end of the stage, and after being ambushed by ghosties, there’s a hidden path in a tunnel on the side of the level. Float down and run through to find this blueprint.

A screenshot showing the location of a Kirby and the Forgotten Land blueprint

Fleur Tornado Blueprint

Power: 3
Rapid-Fire: 1.5
Evolved from: Tornado copy ability
Copied from: Twister, Fleurina
Upgrade cost: 500 star coins, two rare stones

Swirl and twirl as you pull in and damage nearby enemies with an even larger cyclone, all with the grace and skill of a ballerina swan. Fleurina’s quacking in her boots.

Location: Wondaria Remains – The Wondaria Dream Parade. Use Water-Balloon Mouth Kirby to divert the robots into the cracked wall. The first section reveals a Waddle Dee, but if you send more robots reeling into it, you can break through a second wall to reveal the blueprint.

Kirby and the Forgotten Land Claworline

Pencil Drill Blueprint

Power: 3
Rapid-Fire: 1.5
Evolved from: Drill copy ability
Copied from: Digguh
Upgrade cost: 500 star coins, two rare stones

Underground, overground, Kirby-ing free. Burrow underground to avoid enemies, then bust out and lunch towards them with your pencil drill to deal damage. You can also burrow around in a circle, to create a wide, upheaval AoE.

Location: Wondaria Remains – Danger Under the Big Top. Simply beat Clawroline to get the blueprint.

Kirby clashing swords with Meta Knight

Meta Knight Sword Blueprint

Power: 3
Rapid-Fire: 4
Evolved from: Sword copy ability
Copied from: Blade Knight, Wild Edge
Upgrade cost: 1,200 star coins, three rare stones

Who’s meta now, huh? Swing your awesome, spiky sword around super fast, creating air slashes that slice through enemies from afar. Hold down the attack button to spin around and Beyblade about, damaging enemies over large areas. Let ‘em rip.

Location: Complete the Meta Knight Cup by defeating Meta Knight in the Waddle Dee Town Colosseum to get this blueprint.

A screenshot showing the location of a Kirby and the Forgotten Land blueprint

Dragon Fire Blueprint

Power: 3.5
Rapid-Fire: 2.5
Evolved from: Fire copy ability
Copied from: Hot Head
Upgrade cost: 800 star coins, three rare stones

It’s disco inferno time. Burn, baby, burn through enemies with a far-reaching flamethrower, glide through the air on awesome, pink and purple wings, and leave fireballs in your wake.

Location: Winter Horns – Windy, Freezing Seas. When walking down the narrow pathway full of constantly-firing cannons, keep an eye out for a frozen scissor lift. Use a fire copy ability to break it out of its icy prison, roll to the right (being careful of rogue cannonballs!), and change its height to hop up onto the platform and get the treasure chest containing the blueprint.

A screenshot showing the location of a Kirby and the Forgotten Land blueprint

Frosty Ice Blueprint

Power: 2.5
Rapid-Fire: 2
Evolved from: Ice copy ability
Copied from: Chilly, Coroni, Wild Frosty
Upgrade cost: 500 star coins, two rare stones

Do you wanna build a snowman? Well, come out and play, as you freeze foes with your frosty breath, form sweet snowmen to launch at enemies, and skate around with twirling grace – all while wearing an adorable, knitted hat.

Location: Winter Horns – The Battle of Blizzard Bridge. Get it from a chest that appears on the main path after defeating a mini-boss.

Kirby and the Forgotten Land King Dedede

Homing Bomb Blueprint

Power: 3.5
Rapid-Fire: 2.5
Evolved from: Bomb copy ability
Copied from: Poppy Bros Jr
Upgrade cost: 800 star coins, three rare stones

There’s no place like home. Blast out spicy bombs that roll around and search for enemies, exploding on impact. Like the Chain Bomb ability, you can also link these beauties together in order to dish out extreme, explosive damage.

Location: Winter Horns – An Unexpected Beast King. Beat the boss to get the blueprint.

A screenshot showing the location of a Kirby and the Forgotten Land blueprint

Crystal Needle Blueprint

Power: 4
Rapid-Fire: 2
Evolved from: Needle copy ability
Copied from: Needlous, Totenga, Jabhog
Upgrade cost: 800 star coins, three rare stones

Diamonds are a Kirb’s best friend. Roll around in a shimmering ball of jagged crystals, throwing out small, spiky shards and leaving a trail of spikes in your wake.

Location: Originull Wasteland – The Wastes Where Life Began. In the large, open area close to the start of the stage, head to the right to find a ladder. Climb up to enter a battle with mini-boss Fleurina. After defeating her, open the treasure chest that spawns to get the blueprint.

A screenshot showing the location of a Kirby and the Forgotten Land blueprint

Buzz-Saw Cutter Blueprint

Power: 3
Rapid-Fire: 3
Evolved from: Cutter copy ability
Copied from: Sir Kibble
Upgrade cost: 500 star coins, two rare stones

Bzzt bzzt. Launch powerful buzz-saws that spin around and bounce off walls, damaging any enemies in their path. Hold the attack button to have the buzz-saw linger in place, constantly damaging stationary opponents or powering up its return.

Location: Originull Wasteland – Searching the Oasis. As you’re hopping around the platforms dotted with patches of purple poison, keep an eye out for a conspicuous platform that has a circle of poison around it. Turn right and jump up to find a treasure chest hidden behind a broken stone rail – it has the blueprint inside.

A screenshot showing the location of a Kirby and the Forgotten Land blueprint

Wild Hammer Blueprint

Power: 4.5
Rapid-Fire: 1
Evolved from: Hammer copy ability
Copied from: Mookie, Wild Bonkers
Upgrade cost: 800 star coins, three rare stones

Use your giant hammer to smack enemies about, then launch them into the air with a charged attack. Whee!

Location: Originull Wasteland – Alivel Mall (Staff Side). Find this one in a treasure chest in a secret room after defeating the mini-boss, Wild Bonkers, and grabbing the hidden Waddle Dee. There are two star pins that you need to smack to open a yellow cage near the star door to get to the chest and a bunch of snacks.

A screenshot showing the location of a Kirby and the Forgotten Land blueprint

Twin Drill Blueprint

Power: 4
Rapid-Fire: 2
Evolved from: Drill copy ability
Copied from: Digguh
Upgrade cost: 800 star coins, three rare stones

Unsheathe a powerful saw blade that damages enemies as you dig, then launch drills as you burst out of the ground – the best (or, for your enemies, worst) kind of surprise.

Location: Originull Wasteland – Moonlight Canyon. Towards the end of the platforming section, where you’re bombarded with falling blocks and moles, to the left of the exit, there’s a barrel. Break the barrel to get the blueprint.

Kirby and the Forgotten Land Sillydillo

Blizzard Ice Blueprint

Power: 3
Rapid-Fire: 3
Evolved from: ice copy ability
Copied from: Chilly, Coroni, Wild Frosty
Upgrade cost: 800 star coins, three rare stones

Step aside Elsa, Kirby is the true ice queen. Freeze your foes by launching icicles and scooting large, glacial chunks in their direction. Plus, you get to skate around in that awesome crown – what’s not to love?

Location: Originull Wasteland – Collector in the Sleepless Valley. Simply beat the boss to get your adorable pink mitts on this blueprint.

A screenshot showing the location of a Kirby and the Forgotten Land blueprint

Space Ranger Blueprint

Power: 4
Rapid-Fire: 2
Evolved from: Ranger copy ability
Copied from: Bernard
Upgrade cost: 800 star coins, three rare stones

Ground Control to Major Kirby. Zip-around in your state-of-the-art spacesuit, shooting lasers at enemies. Hold the attack button to charge up your laser, then unleash powerful beams that generate electric fields.

Location: Edgar Forbidden Lands – Conquer the Inferno Road. You need to be a little strategic to snag this one. When you take the form of Ring Mouth Kirby towards the end of the stage, make sure you have the Ranger or Noble Ranger copy ability equipped before you jump down into the boat.

Then, head towards the end of the stage. Before collecting the golden cage of Waddle Dees, use your gun to shoot the floating target to the right of the platform to snag yourself the blueprint.

A screenshot showing the location of a Kirby and the Forgotten Land blueprint

Deep Sleep Blueprint

Power: 0
Rapid-Fire: 0
Evolved from: Sleep copy ability
Copied from: Noddy
Upgrade cost: 1,200 star coins, three rare stones

Everyone needs a spot of beauty sleep now and then, even Kirby. Slip into your cosy clothes and hop into your comfy bed to take a quick nap, regenerating health and gaining power-ups as you do. Unlike the Sleep copy ability, you can summon your bed at any time by using the attack button.

Kirby sleeps for around ten seconds, and can fully recover his health in this time, as well as netting himself either an attack or speed boost for 200 seconds. Keep in mind, Deep Sleep is single-use, and you are vulnerable to attacks as you snooze, so be careful where you drift off.

Location: Edgar Forbidden Lands – Burning, Churning Power Plant. Before leaving the first area through the star door, walk towards the camera to find a lantern. Light it with one of the fire copy abilities, spawning a path of coins and causing the crushing platform to move. Follow the trail of coins to the top of the crushing machine on the right, then float to the crushing machine on the left to find a hidden path and grab the blueprint.

A screenshot showing the location of a Kirby and the Forgotten Land blueprint

Storm Tornado Blueprint

Power: 4
Rapid-Fire: 2
Evolved from: Tornado copy ability
Copied from: Twister, Fleurina
Upgrade cost: 800 star coins, three rare stones

There’s a storm coming. Surround Kirby in violent winds, unleashing electrifying lightning bolts. Float over obstacles as you deal damage to any enemies and obstacles in your path, tossing them around in the process.

Location: Edgar Forbidden Lands – Gathering of the Beast Council. After you defeat mini-boss Clawroline, you get to a roller coaster. We know you can’t wait to mouthful mode that sucker (the roller coaster sections are just too fun, right?), but hold your horses. First, head to the right of the platform and drop down to find a secret alcove where the blueprint is stashed away.

Now we head into spoiler territory. The rest of this list features blueprints you can only get during or after post-game content. So, if you want to keep yourself spoiler-free, don’t scroll on.

Sleeping Kirby

Still here? Okay, let’s wrap this up with the last two Kirby and the Forgotten Land blueprints.

King Dedede surrounded by Waddle Dees next to the Waddle Dee Town Colosseum

Masked Hammer Blueprint

Power: 4.5
Rapid-Fire: 4.5
Evolved from: Hammer copy ability
Copied from: Mookie, Wild Bonkers
Upgrade cost: 1,200 star coins, five rare stones

If dual-wielding guns or bonking enemies with one hammer wasn’t enough for you, you can now combine both, harnessing the power of two giant hammers. Use them simultaneously to dish out heaps of damage and even create vortexes, or hold down the attack button to charge your hammers and unleash a fiery, spinning attack. Kirbs is now the king of Wild Bonkers.

Location: Waddle Dee Town. Speak to King Dedede to the left of the Colosseum after completing Lab Discovera and watching the credits roll.

The final boss of Kirby and the Forgotten Land after defeat

Morpho Knight Sword blueprint

Power: 5
Rapid-Fire: 5
Evolved from: Sword copy ability
Copied from: Blade Knight, Wild Edge
Upgrade cost: 1,500 star coins, five rare stones

Not only does Kirby look cool as heck in this form, he can also take out enemies with super powerful sword slashes and combos. Plus, you can hold the attack button to charge your sword up, increasing its size as you do. Bigger isn’t always better, but in this case, it certainly helps.

Location: You get this blueprint by completing all of the post-game content, including the Forgo Dreams stage of Forgo Land. You need to go through three, back-to-back boss battles here, so make sure you come prepared. Finally, after defeating the final boss Morpho Knight, you get the blueprint for the Morpho Knight Sword.

And that’s it for our Kirby and the Forgotten Land blueprints guide. Now that you’re a true, super-charged star surfer, you’re just about ready to take on the world, so go ahead and test out your new, platforming power, with our list of the best Switch platformers.

[ad_2]

Source link