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Latest revision as of 22:23, 23 May 2020

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Spike traps and bubbles in Deep Sea in Densetsu no Starfy.

A spike trap refers to any spike object in the The Legendary Starfy series made of spikes that deal damage to Starfy and Starly. They made their first appearance in Densetsu no Starfy and are similar to spike traps in the Mario series.

There are multiple types of spike traps, including white/silver ones that appear as an "X" laid over a diamond, dark blue/black ones with spikes similar to crystals, stalactites, spikes from the ground, large spikes or multiple large spikes in the Densetsu no Starfy Bankirosu battle. Sometimes they may be obstacles in a vehicle room and if Starfy or Starly touches one they may be sent back to the beginning of the room.

Spike traps are also used for bubbles which repeatedly rise and get popped by a spike trap, which act as obstacles that could push the player character into a spike trap.

The enemy Pinpin has spikes.