One of Meta Knight's most well-known traits is the fact that he is very rarely seen with his mask off.In a few games, his mask is split into two upon defeat, revealing a face near-identical to Kirby's with misty white eyes, a mouth, and bright pink cheeks.
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Meta Knight is a major character in the Kirby series appearing in most of the games, manga, as well as the anime.
The intrigue and popularity surrounding Meta Knight within the Kirby fandom largely lies in his shrouded motives and his striking likeness to Kirby himself.
Meta Knight is the leader of an army of soldiers known as the Meta-Knights, and captains a large airship called Battleship Halberd which may accompany him into the heat of battle.
Although Meta Knight first appeared in Kirby's Adventure in 1993, his true name was not known in North America until Kirby's Avalanche was released in 1995.