Shine and Mr. Dr. Coyle | Boom Boom | After being hit twelve times, K. Rool is defeated, and Donkey Kong recovers his banana hoard. King Statue | Barbos, Tiki Tak Tribe A scene shows K. Rool demanding that nobody leaves the Blast-o-Matic until it is repaired, going as far as sending a large red Klaptrap to attack a fleeing Kasplat (albeit offscreen). Akuma | Big Guy the Stilted | K. Rool often, with the aid of his henchmen Klump and Krusha, attempts to steal the mystical Crystal Coconut and use its power to rule Kongo Bongo Island (which is what Donkey Kong Island is called in the show) and possibly the world. Mr. Donkey Kong has the idea for him and Diddy Kong to jump from Funky's plane onto the zeppelin to reach the cabin. Ice Dragons, Others Plasma Wisps | Crystal King | King K. Rool bats with his right hand, and fields with his left hand. Wart | He and Donkey Kong first race up some Peg Boards. Fugu | Skowl | Mimikyu | Kalypso | King K. Rool has great chemistry with all four Kritters and King Boo. Type of Villain B. Locker | His various other plans vary from episode to episode: for example, during a heatwave, he plots to steal a bunch of Donkey Kong's "Coconut Chill" shakes to keep him and his Kremlings cool. Luigi's Mansion Villains | Kammy Koopa | Tiki Tank | The resulting explosion buries K. Rool under the huge pile of bananas. He is wearing a blue spandex suit, which has a thick, white stripe on both sides. In Mario Super Sluggers, he refers to brown Kritter as "the dirty under-belly of the Kremling Krew". Sylux | Phantamanta | Dodo | Kip | As of Donkey Kong Barrel Blast, King K. Rool is voiced by Toshihide Tsuchiya. King K. Rool vs Stylish is CobraMario64's 245th DBX! Soon, “Never expected old K.Rool to make it out of DKC, let alone turn up in, throwing his crown at them as a boomerang, Donkey Kong Country: Rumble in the Jungle, List of King K. Rool profiles and statistics‎, Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U, What about a reptilian revelation from the #DKCArchives for #5? King K. Rool's first appearance in a Mario game is in Mario Super Sluggers. Ornes | Mr. Frosty | However, K. Rool liking bananas is contradicted in DK: Jungle Climber, where K. Rool states that he despises bananas. King K. Rool is last seen having made a deal with Donkey Kong, in exchange for digging K. Rool out of the giant pile of fruit, K. Rool would have all the bananas returned to the Kongs. Yaridovich | Count Bleck's Father | Shotzos | The only other known family K. Rool has is his younger brother K. Lumsy, who was introduced in Donkey Kong 64 and is a crocodile of colossal size. Bloopers | Kaptain Skurvy | Zingers | King K. Rool | Strangely, K. Rool appears to no longer speak using words in Super Smash Bros. It also resembles the red Kritters that appear in the Donkey Kong Country series. Bio Rex | Hades | Allies: Throughout the game, he watches the Kongs' progress and chastises his own minions' failures. Entei | In Super Smash Bros. Even his most powerful followers seem to fear his wrath, as displayed in Donkey Kong 64 when his subtle display of anger results in Army Dillo fainting on the spot. King K. Rool nods and makes his way out of the door, which changed in shape once again. Ultimate on the Nintendo Switch, a GameFAQs message board topic titled "King K Rool will make it in and here's why (please read)". In an attempt to distract Donkey Kong while he has the Blast-O-Matic repaired, K. Rool has Diddy Kong, Tiny Kong, Lanky Kong, and Chunky Kong imprisoned, and Donkey Kong's Golden Banana Hoard stolen. Shadow Queen | Slimes (Minecraft) | K. Rool had an incredibly obese torso, while his arms and legs were surprisingly muscular. Polly Roger | Ba-Boom | Ashnard | It was aired on Screwattacks' YouTube Channel on February 18th, 2015. King K. Rool's pink costume resembles Skidda in Donkey Kong Country 3, Klump as he appears in Donkey Kong 64, and Kritters from the Game Boy Advance version of Donkey Kong Country. In spite of his hate for the Kongs, he is impressed by their skills in Mario Super Sluggers and is ironically on their team, though he makes it clear that he is only teaming up with them when playing baseball showing he is capable of putting aside his hatred for them and will team up with them if needed similar to Bowser. Raphael the Raven | [9] This is also seen in Donkey Kong 64, when he presumably executes a purple-haired Kasplat via a giant Klaptrap for calling him "fatso", not realizing that K. Rool was listening. He fires different types of ammunition such as Kannonballs, spiked Kannonballs, barrels, and status-afflicting mists, which either freeze, slow, or disorient his targets. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. K. Rool's wrist bands are more detailed, instead of being plain gold, as is his crown. [1][2] This fact also shows in Kremkoins, his logbook and his various portraits as a pirate on a sunken ship in Donkey Kong 64. Swooper Dooper | Aside from simple strength, K. Rool displays very few powers until Donkey Kong 64, originally simply using gadgets and weaponry in battle. Skellobits | Daroach | Balrog | Metroid | Aside from this, he is also mentioned in the opening by Diddy Kong, speculating that the bongos Donkey Kong uncovered may have been a trap set up by King K. Rool. DBX! "What was that about me being fat?!" Klaptrap | His attacks and battle techniques are mostly the same as in Donkey Kong Country: running, jumping, and throwing his crown. Thanatos | Shake King | Chargin' Chucks | Goombas | Tiki Tong | Jojora | This art is by blazr the dragon so plz support him on weasly and thanks for watching King Hippo | Baby Bowser | Klubba, Other Palkia | Lord Nightmare | Solidus Snake | King K. Rool, under the guise of Kaptain K. Rool, was also featured in the magazine's Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest comic special, appearing at the beginning of it to taunt a captured Donkey Kong. Bowser | Chaos Kin | Quaggled Mireclops | Scurvy Crew | Greedy Tyrant, Kaptain K. RoolKap'n K. RoolBaron K. RoolensteinMaster of the Kremling KrewKing Krusha K. RoolThe Kremling Commander, KingPirate captainScientistBoxerWrestlerDictator, Superhuman strengthSuperhuman speedSuperhuman agilitySuperhuman staminaSuperhuman durabilitySuperhuman leapingFire breath (formerly)Handling explosivesExperienced using a blunderbussInvisibilityFlight (with his propeller pack)TeleportationIntimidationBoxingWrestlingVarious weapons and vehiclesScientific know-howEngineeringCunningSchemingThrowing his crown and boxing glove like a boomerang. Natah | In DK: Jungle Climber, K. Rool, after being damaged in battle, can turn temporarily invincible (gaining a reddish coloration) and the ability to assume a ball shape and bounce off surfaces rapidly. After the Kongs permanently shut down King K. Rool's mechanical island and the Blast-o-Matic, he tries to escape in a large airship. Bashmaster | Boxy | Similar to Donkey Kong Country 3, Baron K. Roolenstein is accessible only after KAOS is destroyed permanently (the two are bosses in different worlds). In Donkey Kong 64, though, King K. Rool displays the ability to create multiple shockwaves by slamming the ground. Lord Crump | Dimentio | His orange costume resembles Kerozene from the Game Boy Advance version of Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest and Re-Koil from Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble!. Best known for inventing the following phrases: See you later, alligator King K. Rool After a while, crocodile. Solon | After the logo is shown, more in-game footage is seen of K. Rool, where he feigns defeat as he did in Donkey Kong Country. Clubberskulls | Crash Man | Duon | Yellow Belly/Helio, Cartoon The title of the route uses boxing terminology, referencing the final fight of Donkey Kong 64. Devil | Rathalos | Yiga Foot Soldiers, Take control of or destroy the Donkey Kong Island. Both Donkey Kong 64 and Super Smash Bros. Melee imply that K. Rool is somewhat insane and demented. Portraits of him can be found in some of Gloomy Galleon's sunken ships, several log cabins in Crystal Caves, and in Creepy Castle's Museum; additionally, inside the sunken ship off to a corner, there is a book entitled "Kaptain K. Rool's Log Book". It's gotten to the point that King K. Rool steals DK's bananas so he'll starve to death as revenge for taking back all of the bananas King K. Rool initially stole. Mr. Sandman | The final battle of Donkey Kong 64 also showed him to be somewhat of showboater, constantly showing-off and making taunting gestures. They haven't aged a day and are still just as fun! Ryuichi and Ryuji | King K. Rool makes his second appearance in Donkey Kong Land, the follow-up to Donkey Kong Country. Mugly | Master Hand | K. Rool is also a somewhat dirty and dangerous fighter. In fact, he's tied with Bowser and Petey Piranha for the best batting abilities in Mario Super Sluggers. Which then leads to the question as to why King K. Rool … Guardians | Some time in the battle, a red curtain lifts, revealing K. Rool to be the puppet leader of KAOS. Paper Macho Soldiers Manky Kong | Reznor | Mario | King K. Rool really fits in with the other Nintendo villain kings like King Bowser and King Dedede. It is unknown what the Kongs did with him once they returned home. King Dice | King K. Rool later appears on his ship, the Gangplank Galleon, and battles both Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong, only to be defeated by them. Liquid Snake | Starmans | Through the use of a remote, he can manipulate various objects in his lair, such as altering positions and movements of platforms, and activating pods that send blasts of electricity at Dixie Kong and Kiddy Kong. Master Core | In Super Smash Bros. Brawl, King K. Rool's trophy states that Kaptain K. Rool is actually King K. Rool's brother. Tuck | King K. Rool's cape is also much shorter in length in the Donkey Kong Country cartoon. Sigma | His cape also appears to be slightly torn up at the bottom. Mollusque-Lancuer | In Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble! Mario | His sweetspot is the red area on his scepter. Captain Goomba | In this game, his general head and body shape is more akin to the later games, though he has a tail again, albeit a short one, similar to his tail in the cartoon. Turks (Elena, Reno, Rude, Tseng) Origin The resulting explosion buries K. Rool under the huge pile of bananas. Meowth | Today, the King of the Kremlings and Team Stylish go head to head, which one with science with survive? He seems to always be hatching plans to steal the coconut; however, they always lead to complete failure or humiliating defeats due to a combination of the stupidity of his troops and the resourcefulness of the Kongs. In Donkey Kong Country, K. Rool boasts the ability to summon a barrage of large cannonballs to rain down on Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong. When King K. Rool notices Donkey, Diddy, and Cranky Kong are heading their way, they quickly flee the scene using a dimensional portal device known as a Spirowarp. Boos | Skeletons | Colonel Pluck | Cranky Kong/Donkey Kong (Arcade) | Sword Man | Throughout the game, King K. Rool awaits Donkey Kong in his airship, the K. Kruizer III. Koopalings: (Larry Koopa | Morton Koopa Jr. | Wendy O. Koopa | Iggy Koopa | Roy Koopa | Lemmy Koopa | Ludwig Von Koopa) | Kamek | Taking into consideration his physique, as his body may be composed of more muscle than fat, his attacks and athletic abilities from the first Donkey Kong Country and Donkey Kong 64, he is capable of inflicting considerable damage with physical strength alone. Boom Boom | His eyes also are not connected as they are in the games, and instead, are separated. Dumb Drum | Congazuma | Gnawty | Arceus | Big Bad Wolf | The two Kongs then celebrate only to be stomped into the ground by an enlarged K. Rool, who proceeds to furiously chomp his jaws. Quick Man | He is portrayed with a signature bloodshot eye, usually his left eye. Shadow Bugs | Blippers | Giga Bowser | King K. Rool steals all the medals and crowns himself the king of the Jungle Jam competition. Kosha | Banjo Bottom | Shield Knight | In the Game Boy Advance version, Kaptain K. Rool is shown to be covered in seaweed in the following scene. Army | Shrewd Possessor | Ultimate. Hammer Bros | His main rival in the game is Cranky Kong, who, similarly to K. Rool, boasts high boost, speed and agility. Thugly | Mr. L, Folded Soldiers Kremlings Vega | K. Rool’s personality could be best described as: extremely manipulative, highly insensitive, very hateful, sadistic, baleful, cunning, wrathful, power-hungry, tyrannical, brutal, greedy, truculent, pompous and failure intolerant. He ends up being blasted over the horizon by Funky Kong. King Bob-omb | Gregg Mayles also states that K. Rool simply just likes bananas, whilst this is backed up by the manual of the first game stating the Kremlings wanted the Bananas as food, this explanation is later contradicted in DK: Jungle Climber, where K. Rool claims he despises bananas. ROB | Dread Kong | His voice, provided by Ben Campbell, is radically different from the games, such as Donkey Kong 64. In Super Smash Bros. Brawl, King K. Rool's trophy information erroneously states that Kaptain K. Rool is the brother of King K. Rool when in reality, the two characters are one in the same. Lamp Scam Snifit | Although, in Donkey Kong Barrel Blast, King K. Rool's attack is a single claw swipe. Wind Man | Buffaloafer | Wario Villains, Subspace Army Mack | Not the best names I came up with! So the reason why K. Rool always steals DK's banana hoard is … After about a week he might win over Blaze in a match. When K. Rool is hit seven times, the fake "kredits" show up on the screen, with the names of various Kremlings in place of actual developers. The reasons for stealing DK and Diddy's Banana Hoard and kidnapping DK are not fully understood or consistent. Master Hand | King K. Rool returns as the final boss in the eponymous boss level, King K. Rool. Cortez | Heihachi Mishima | King Knight | In the show, his personality is relatively the same as in the games. King K. Rool appears at the end of the Donkey Kong Country novel, where he announces to his Kremlings that their factory on Donkey Kong Island was destroyed and that he intends to launch a final attack on the Kong's home. NO RULES! Cragalanche | In this form, King K. Rool's only vulnerable spot is his face, which, once hit five times, depletes King K. Rool's health, depowering him and leaving him unconscious while the expelled Crystal Banana is claimed. K. Rool's announcement was foreshadowed towards the end of the Nintendo Direct, as when Sakurai was signing off, the camera began to shake, with the quakes gradually becoming more severe as the main broadcast ended. False Peach | Spark Man | Princess Shroob | Here K. Rool, along with several Kritters, manages to steal all of the Kongs' Golden Bananas. This is in contrast to how, King K. Rool's alter-egos in the last two installments of the original SNES. Unfortunately for K. Rool, his heist is a failure, as he steals the bananas when the Kongs are home, so they easily track him and his Kritter minions down. Lethiniums | ~ King K. Rool. Boom Stompers | Rool is the villainous leader of a group of crocodilian raiders known as the Kremlings, who have crossed paths with the Kongs on many occasions. Kludge | King K Rool is considered to be a heavy weight character – meaning that his attacks are mostly slow and heavy but they pack a punch (literally) if you hit your opponent head on. Tricky the Triceratops | Nightmare | Diggernaut | King K. Rool, who has gone by many aliases, is the malevolent king of the Kremlings and the main antagonist in the Donkey Kong franchise, as well as the archenemy of Donkey Kong, Diddy Kong, and their allies. Moblins | King K. Rool appears in the German Club Nintendo's comic adaptation of Donkey Kong Country, first appearing to attack Diddy Kong and seal him within a DK Barrel before stealing Donkey Kong's banana hoard. Mad Jack | His Kaptain K. Rool and Baron K. Roolenstein sprites depict his hands as being much larger than in his typical appearances. Crazy Hand | He is also once again depicted as being distinctly larger than Donkey Kong. Mimi | The trailer ends with Donkey Kong knocked back only to rush on all fours at K. Rool, with the latter doing in kind, before proceeding to have their fists make contact in midair and release a shockwave that causes the jungle to sway. His voice is radically different from the games, as in the animated series he had a fairly high voice with a Southern English accent, while in various games, he had a gurgling and growling voice, or sometimes a thunderous and intimidating baritone as in Donkey Kong 64. Wart | K. Rool returns as the final boss and is fought in K. Rool's Kingdom, a blimp above Big Ape City. In this battle, he attacks by using electrical beams and by dropping bombs on Dixie and Kiddy. Kaptain K. Rool takes damage when the Kongs throw a cannonball into his blunderbuss, and is defeated after nine hits. Reapers | #WorldDonkeyKongDay #DKC25", https://www.mariowiki.com/index.php?title=King_K._Rool&oldid=3105255, Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest Bosses, Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble! Claus | Smokey the Dragon | Koin | O'Chunks | During this fight he sports a stereotypical one-piece as well as boxing gloves with a champion's belt. Piranha Plants | Kuff 'n' Klout | According to Leigh Loveday (writer of the Donkey Kong Country series) on Rareware.com's former "scribes" column, K. Rool's motivation for stealing the banana hoard is either that he wants Donkey Kong to starve to death so that he can occupy his "cosy treehouse pad," or perhaps that he simply likes bananas. Tutankoopa | Queen Sectonia | Wollywog | Ender Dragon | Donkey Kong | King K. Rool's blue costume resembles the armored blue Kritters that appear throughout the Donkey Kong Country series, as well as Krusha from Donkey Kong Country and Donkey Kong 64. Valentina | I'm glad that he's now in Smash Bros. He attacks using electric beams and a fireball launching cannon. This trait is also shared with Simon and Richter Belmont. Kludge | Chaos | K. Rool is one of the main characters and the main antagonist in the Donkey Kong Country animated series, where his name is typically pronounced "Kuh-Rool"; "Kay-Rool" is only said once. Peckish Aristocrabs | Instead of backfiring, the gun explodes, flinging K. Rool into a geyser that acts as a power source to Crocodile Isle. Leon Powalski | In Mario Super Sluggers, K. Rool wears an Ancient Egyptian-style collar and loincloth, much like a pharaoh. Despite the fact that K. Rool can actually move faster on his feet, and the fact that the helicopter pack is his weakpoint in the game, it is necessary for his trap-based fighting strategy; it allows him to avoid his own electric beams by hovering over them. Hailing from the Donkey Kong Country series, K Rool is a Nintendo OG and definitely deserved a spot on the roster. Squirt | Gloomtail | After Funky Kong is captured by the Kremlings, King K. Rool orders them to use a painful "truth machine" on Funky Kong, so that they can find out whether he is a spy. Tryclyde | Arlon | King Krusha K. Rool also has a champion's belt, which has a brown strap and a gold center, tied around his belly. Rouge the Bat | Kass | Rudy the Clown | He recovers from the shark bites and swims ashore to the Lost World. When he becomes Baron K. Roolenstein, he wears a white lab coat, a small black wig, and has a propeller on his back. Schnautzel | Francis | He seems to hate the Kongs, calling them "filthy apes" and "monkey brains", because of his greed he doesn't treat his own soldiers better, whom sometimes appear to be loyal to him regardless. Although he does seem to have significantly more respect for his Klaptraps and uses them to push his minions around despite them being smaller. At the end of the Super Smash Bros. Nintendo Direct broadcast on August 8, 2018, King K. Rool was revealed as a playable fighter in Super Smash Bros. Dr. Ivo "Eggman" Robotnik | This planned name was given a brief nod in the fake credits during his boss fight, which mentioned him as being the "Kommander" of the game. Tiki Tong Tower | He does not seem to respect his henchmen, the Kritters, much better either. Wigglers | Master Kohga | King K. Rool's cape is also much shorter in length in the Donkey Kong Country cartoon. Zingers | He seems to be always hatching diabolical plans to steal the mystical coconut, and although his plans are works of evil genius, a combination of the stupidity of his troops and the resourcefulness of the apes always leads to failure. Since Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest he seems to be motivated to destroy all Kongs and their island as revenge for what they did to his island kingdom of Crocodile Isle. King K. Rool is an Italian Dinosaur that's the UnOmniverse's third fattest creature, next to Fatman and Super Fat Guy. Viruses | Axem Rangers | Blade | Nastasia | Goda | Walkys | He is also seen with Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong at their house sleeping in Banjo & Kazooie's reveal trailer despite his hatred for them. Loptr | He fakes defeat, often collapsing in the middle of combat and making it seem like he has been defeated, only to rise seconds later and begin fighting again. In the Adventure Mode, King K. Rool is among the fighters seen during the cutscene when they oppose Galeem for the first time. Just move on from the old trilogy and remember the Kremlings as they were. Giga Bowser | Mizzter Blizzard | At the end of the game, right after the Lost World explodes, the entire Crocodile Isle sinks underwater. Master Hand | Yellow Devil, Assists Trophies/Poké Ball Pokémon Tolstar | Goro Akechi | Squiddicus | Best Fitness Friends | Lucien | Here, K. Rool, along with several Kritters, manage to steal all of the Kongs' Golden Bananas. Ordering the Kremlings around. Pigmasks | Kalypso | Box Boxer | In combat, K. Rool usually uses his size and strength, trying to tackle, crush, and even leap onto opponents. The king then roars before gameplay footage is shown. After being revealed, K. Rool joins KAOS to fight Dixie and Kiddy. Paper Bowser | Rabbid Kong | This also marks the first time his underbelly has been shown as being gold-plated since the Game Boy Advance version of Donkey Kong Country 3, released 13 years prior. King Dodongo | Salvo the Slime | Another one of these vehicles is the Propellerpack. Paz Ortega Andrade | Xylobone | Golems (Dragon Quest) | He is about to attack Chunky from behind, but is distracted by Candy Kong. This is first seen in Donkey Kong Country 2, where his blunderbuss leaves a trail of smoke puffs, revealing where he is and in Donkey Kong 64, where only his shadow can be seen on the ground when he is invisible. Davy Bones | The series also expands King K. Rool's backstory slightly, with the episode "Best of Enemies" revealing that he was once friends with Cranky Kong and that the two were notorious pranksters; another episode entitled "The Kongo Bongo Festival of Lights" also has King K. Rool mentioning his mother and various unnamed siblings. Viruses | Cordian | So just curious, but is King K Rool bad now? Peewee Piranha | This page was last edited on January 16, 2021, at 02:19. Dive Man | Harsh Possessor | K. Rool also has no combat abilities and thus can easily be defeated by Donkey Kong. King K. Rool also sometimes appears dancing to the beat of music during certain songs in Donkey Konga. He possesses a great hatred towards the Kongs and he will do whatever it takes to destroy them and their island once and for all. Rollodillo | The brute strength that he possesses may rival or perhaps even surpass that of Donkey Kong and Chunky Kong. Overset Possessor | Kong Fu | When he becomes Baron K. Roolenstein, he wears a white lab coat and a tall prosthetic forehead with a small black wig resembling Frankenstein's monster, and has a Propellerpack on his back. Ultimate, all of which change his colors. Burrowing Snagret | Robo-Hand Operator, Snowmads Venturing inside the crashed vessel, the Kongs find a boxing arena filled with spectators and King K. Rool, as his boxer alias King Krusha K. Rool, ready to battle. Hoopa Unbound | After a barrel is thrown at K. Roolenstein, he bounces around trying to attack the Kongs. They briefly encounter King K. Rool, and tell him that they are going to blow up the ship. Meta Knight | Brobot | Phantom Ganon | Carmilla | With the power of that banana, he's now the new godzilla! Risky Boots | Metroid Prime | Unlike the other two Donkey Kong characters, King K. Rool has a unique victory theme, which is a rendition of the first few notes of "Gang-Plank Galleon" from Donkey Kong Country. Zoda | Mangoruby | Daphnes | To attack K. Rool, Dixie and Kiddy must pull down on a specific pipe from the ceiling, causing a barrel to appear, and then throw it at K. Rool's helicopter pack. The gun explodes, flinging K. Rool comes aboard to Super Smash Bros. 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