Onigiri: These jumping riceballs have a bone to pick with Mandew. What created such horrible monsters!? Luckily they're pretty easy to kill.
Faltzite: Faltzites are a common thorn in Mandew's side. These red birds are a little more durable when it comes to fire and will activly follow you. Their biggest weakness is the hammer, which will turn them into a projectile much to Mandew's amusement.
Fire Juggler: These transparent plants throw fire. Mandew can easily jump over them, but it's a little more stylish sometimes to jump between the fire and plant.
Rotator: Despite the name, Rotators actually orbit blocks. Some people say their name is misleading. Others are too busy forgetting to duck to avoid its' wrath.
Bobspring: Foot soldier modeled after Bob. The springy little guys can bounce pretty high, clearing small walls. They don't care for fire much.
Chance: These tricksters love to drop lightning down on innocent farmers just trying to stop forever rains. They have a tendancy to sneak up on you but they'll always show up in groups.
Bullets: Bullets come from the black cannons spread out across the land. Sometimes they're painted white so you can see them at night. How considerate.
Yoshio: Yoshio doesn't like that you're invading his cloud world and he's not the boss of it. He's out to get his feathery revenge.
Bobspring 2.0: This model of Bobspring has been given a cannon to shoot fire. Moon`s most elite guards only seen in two levels.
Snowman: Snowmen stationed across the snowey regions of the mountains are out for blood. Don't start a snowball fight you can't finish.
Terp: Terp is secretly in love with Mandew and just wants his autograph. Too bad her deadly touch is too much for Mandew.
Polter: Polter isn`t shy, he`ll come right at you. He`s also invincible. Watch out!
Compy: This machine is about as two-faced as it gets. One side will give you double-points, but the other will give you nothing.
Spiked Onigiri: First someone spiked the punch and now the Onigiri. You can't jump on these guys, but other than that, it's nothing new.