Amiy Kingdom

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The Amiy Kingdom

The Amiy Kingdom[1] (Japanese: アミー王国) is the main setting of Densetsu no Starfy 4, and each of its nine stages. It is said to be a 'distant kingdom' according to the official Densetsu no Starfy 4 mini-site[2], though Starfy, Starly and Moe got there from Pufftop Palace by falling from the sky.

Its main landmark is the Amiy Castle; a castle built on the ground surrounding the sea. The Amiy Castle is the home of Coral, Mattel, the gates Yuukinomon, Shinjitsunomon, Yuujounomon and in the Densetsu no Starfy R manga, various gatekeepers who are protected by their helmets, spears and shields.

In the events of Densetsu no Starfy 4, the Amiy Castle's precious Mon Amour Stone was stolen by the snake or eel-shaped creature Degil, who wanted to exploit its powers and marry Coral. In the process, Degil transformed the Amiy Castle into a castle of her own known as Degil's Castle. Moe heard of the event, and invited Mattel over to Pufftop Palace to tell Starfy, Starly and others about the tragedy. Starfy, Starly and others then travel to the Amiy Kingdom to rescue the Amiy Castle, while Degil uses the Mon Amour Stone to watch over their actions.

Old Man Lobber owns a villa in the Amiy Kingdom known as Lobber's Villa; which is the first stage in the game. Moe brings his house over to the Amiy Kingdom, which later becomes accessible in Cupid Village. Various recurring characters from The Legendary Starfy series such as Herman, Konk and Fork are also visiting the Amiy Kingdom.



  1. Densetsu no Starfy R tankōbon, p.151: "AmiyS" is mentioned as the name of the Amiy Kingdom's baseball team
  2. Story - Densetsu no Starfy 4 mini-site - Nintendo of Japan.