Kirby and his friends watched with relief as Magolor's soul exploded. But then, seemingly out of nowhere, the entire dimension started to fall apart! Kirby looked ahead of him at the cracking sky. To make matters worse, Planet Popstar was shut, and the planet below them started to break and fall apart like glass. Kirby could feel his friends panicking. What's happening?
Just as all seemed lost, Landia and the Lor Starcutter both came swooping in. All four picked up Kirby and his friends, leaving King Dedede for last. Kirby settled onto the dragon, and his exhaustion finally got the better of him and he passed out. He had not had a moment's rest since they met up with Magolor after the defeat of the Metal General.
Kirby didn't know how much time had passed before he woke up. But when he did, he saw that Landia and its counterparts were taking him and his posse on a short ride, evading dozens after dozens of glass shards in the process. Soon Dreamland was in sight, and the Lor focused a beam ahead of them. It reopened the portal to their destination briefly, allowing all four to rush in before Another Dimension disappeared entirely.
On the planet, Kirby woke up on the grass to see Waddle Dee and Meta Knight beside him, also asleep. Well, they helped me through everything. They deserve a good rest.
Waddle Dee sat up and blinked. "Kirby...where are the others?" he asked.
"I don't--" Kirby began.
Just then, Meta Knight woke as well. "Looks like we've made it!" Ahead of him was King Dedede, who had landed headfirst inside a hole. Everyone laughed ruefully as he squeezed his way out.
"We're home!" said Kirby with a smile. "I told you we could make it! Just hope Landia's okay..."
As if to answer his question, four winged shadows hovered over them. The Landia babies flew overhead, still flanked by the Starcutter. "Goodbye!" the head dragon called.
"And thanks for helping us defeat Magolor," added the second. Then the Starcutter opened one last portal so the Landias could zoom in. Kirby and his friends smiled and waved until they were well out of sight. What more could they ask for? The battle was over, and they were home.