Top definition. Zero Two Kirby One of the more disturbing Nintendo Villains. It is the reincarnation of Zero from Kirby Dreamland 3. Zero died at the end of the game, but came back with an angelic form, possibly proving its death. Yes Zero Two and Zero are the same being, some become confused Just like old Zero, Zero Two is shown bleeding in Kirby, mostly from its eye or around that area. It is a large ball shaped white creature, with no facial features other than a giant red eyeball in the middle of its face. It has polygonal wings with red tipped feathers at the end, soaked in blood. A giant band-aid covers the top of its head and it also has a halo.
It resides deep within Dark Star. It has a bulbous white sphere for a body and a large, dark red eye as opposed to Zero's blood-red eye , with a black iris and a white pupil in its center while Zero had a dark red iris with a pinprick black pupil. It also has a pair of segmented wings, a halo, a large bandage at the top, and a tiny spike or tail on its bottom. When the spike is exposed as its weak spot, it extends in length, turns bright green, and gains spines, making it look like a cactus. As Kirby and Ribbon form the Crystal Shard Gun, its "mouth" opens up wide, revealing its trademark dark red eye, its false eyes disappear as the face melds together, the feathers of its wings appear, and the battle initiates. It is seen near the end of the game that the reunited Crystal has the capability to purge Dark Matter or related forces from the infected people the Fairy Queen in this case with a beam of light and relieve them of its possession without the victim receiving a thorough beating beforehand. Unless every shard in the game is collected, Miracle Matter serves as the "final boss. The halo changes color each time it is hit. After enough damage is done to the halo, it disappears and reappears after a short period of time , revealing its bandage, which only requires one hit. Sign In Don't have an account?
It is a zombified version of Zero from Kirby's Dream Land 3 , but it is not the same character. He also has a cactus-like appendage on its underside, a bandage under its halo, and a spike at the bottom. Kirby uses Ribbon's Crystal as a weapon during the battle, and Ribbon uses her wings to guide Kirby around. Then, Kirby and Ribbon can fly to its halo and shoot it 10 times, after which it vanishes and the bandage is struck. From there, either the wings or the tail can be hit. Kirby must deal enough damage to the tail before it retracts, repeating the battle cycle. This theme has been remixed in Super Smash Bros. Brawl , and the Brawl remix has later been reused in Super Smash Bros.