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Float Away


| Mario | Zelda | Pokemon | Kirby | EarthBound |


| Copy | Dedede's Hammer | Dedede's Ring | Float Away | Ice Kirby | Kabula | Microphone | Mirror Kirby | Parasol | Puff Up | Star | Stone | Swallow | UFO Kirby | Warp Star |


Card Info


Title: Float Away
Cost:

0 coins

Quantity:

x2

Play:

Play when an opponent declared an invasion into your land or air territory.

Description:

Move all fanboys and Heroes from the defending territory to any other land or air territory you occupy.

Notes

Kirby is light as a feather and can inflate himself and fly away on the air currents. Use Float Away to move an entire territoryís occupants out of harmís way just as the hordes descend upon them. Float Away can be of strategic use when you werenít able to redistribute enough Fanboys during the previous turn or if you want to move your main defensive to a location where an opponent wonít have max attack while invading.

Both cards show scenes of the final cinema of Spring Breeze mode from SNESís Kirby Super Star. Kirby inflates like a hot air balloon and rips King Dededeís castle right off the mountain top. Unfortunately, Float Away doesnít move castles in War of the Fanboys, but the screenshots demonstrate that Kirby can occasionally lift and move massive amounts of weight.




Images depict copyrighted material and are
owned by the copyright holder, likely
Nintendo or its affiliates, unless otherwise
stated. It is believed that its use here falls under
fair use guidelines.

Previous Versions

Float Away was changed to exclude Zebes and Great Fox territories. This made more sense as itís hard to imagine Kirby flying all the way to another planet, at least not while carrying whole squadrons with him. The change in artwork was also perfect, as itís hard to distinguish between Kirby flying and jumping. The original art, in its 256 color glory, came from page 5 of the Kirby Super Star (SNES) booklet, though itís very similar to Kirby artwork found in other gamesí manuals.

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