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    In Super Smash Bros. Skull Man | You can always replay the old games. Unfortunately for K. Rool, the Kongs managed to pulverize his Kremling warriors. King K. Rool | For both his regular and his boxer alias, K. Rool's crown has eight prongs, fewer than that in the Donkey Kong Country games. Metal Face | Screech | King K. Rool | Tiki Tong | Specifically, after KAOS is defeated a second time, Baron K. Roolenstein appears, stating he built KAOS from his wife's best pots and pans. Army | Additionally, despite his size, King K. Rool can actually be quite swift and speedy in battle (far more so than Donkey Kong, as shown in Donkey Kong Country where he can leap from one end of the Gangplank Galleon to the other in one jump). Lord Fredrik | His eyes also are not connected as they are in the games, and instead, are separated. Father Balder | Nightmare | Rodin, the Infinite One | Some of King K. Rool's voice clips from Donkey Kong 64 are reused in the Game Boy Advance remake of Donkey Kong Country. Count Koopula | Draggadon | Really, it’s a no-brainer why so many whined about him early post-launch and get nerfed. Ghirahim | The battle against King Krusha K. Rool takes place in the boxing arena, where he is fought by all five Kongs during their respective round. During this fight he sports a stereotypical one-piece as well as boxing gloves with a champion's belt. He is also once again depicted as being distinctly larger than Donkey Kong. Mario | During the final battle of Donkey Kong 64, in his fight against Diddy Kong, King Krusha K. Rool is capable of throwing his boxing gloves as boomerangs. When he shoots out a barrel, the Kongs must jump onto it to reveal a cannonball, which they must throw into K. Rool's blunderbuss. King K. Rool's cape is also much shorter in length in the Donkey Kong Country cartoon. Andross | This page was last edited on January 16, 2021, at 02:19. By request of the leader of the Kremlings King K.Rool finally gets his revenge on the jungle hero Donkey Kong, but is it more than he can stomach? He wears a pair of red boxing gloves, and a pair of reddish-pink shoes, which are almost the same color as his boxing gloves. K. Rool's skin is light green (though some appearances show it as dark green). 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, and Dogadon ends up begging for mercy over his failure when admitting how his wings ended up singed by the Kongs (although K. Rool seems more shocked than angry at the failure regarding the latter). At first, it seems the Kongs are overpowered, until Donkey Kong finds and throws a nearby TNT Barrel into the pile of bananas K. Rool is standing on. It is unknown what the Kongs did with him once they returned home. Wheelies | Bugaboom | Waluigi | In Challenge Mode, King K. Rool tries to stop the baseball heroes in DK Jungle by using his green, red, blue, and brown Kritters to challenge them. Ridley | 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. Crash Man | Taking matters into his own hands, K. Rool tries to blast the Kongs with a pineapple-launching blunderbuss. Mario | K. Rool is also a somewhat dirty and dangerous fighter. 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. Tower Power Pokey | Kritters | King K Rool Lyrics: Look at me smashing they hope / Look at me winning the match, bitch / Bet I been stacking my guap / I set my lyrics on fire with matchsticks / All of these guys want a bad bitch Tiki Bomber | Lemmington Usually seen as an antagonist in other media, King K. Rool is the main protagonist of The Misadventures of King K Rool.Being a more popular character, he is often seen in videos, usually alongside other villains or with his Kremling crew. From my personal experience of playing King K Rool online in 1v1 matches I’ve come to a realization that he … Birdo | King Croacus | There are some changes made to his character, however, while the games have him act as a comical, but still ruthless tyrant who intimidated his underlings, the TV series has him be portrayed as a childish, ineffectual and foppish villain who actually had poor control over the other Kremlings, even being betrayed by Krusha in one situation. Metroid | Mugly | This is in contrast to how, King K. Rool's alter-egos in the last two installments of the original SNES. In his new form, King K. Rool attacks by exhaling fire, exploding mines, summoning meteors of various sizes, gales of wind, and trying to crush the Kongs with his hands. 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. Throughout the game, King K. Rool awaits Donkey Kong in his airship, the K. Kruizer III. Sheegoth | Overset Possessor | Galleom | Black Shadow | 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. Mouser | King K. Rool is the demented and unbalanced main antagonist of the Donkey Kong series and the older brother of K. Lumsy. Mole Train | K. Rool was grinning back at him, those adorable dimpled cheeks forming a blush of their own. Although he is not shown to be hit by Galeem's beams directly, like every fighter except Kirby, he is nevertheless vaporized off-screen and subsequently imprisoned, where Puppet Fighters of him are created. Gomorrah | Tutankoopa | This trait is also shared with Simon and Richter Belmont. 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. K. Rool originally was a pirate on Kremling galleon that wrecked in Krem Quay turning the main port into a salt marsh. K. Rool falls all the way down into Krem Quay, where he is chomped on by sharks. Sir Kibbles | Torkdrift | Enderman | Flages | Master Hand | Whenever Donkey Kong starts a world, a few medals fall out of K. Rool's hovercraft, one per most of the levels. A ship sails away from the island's remains, and an ominous laugh can be heard as it sails over the horizon, suggesting that K. Rool survived the explosion. Spire | King Statue | His cape also appears to be slightly torn up at the bottom. In the final world, also named The Flying Krock, Diddy and Dixie engage in a boss fight against K. Rool in K. Rool Duel. Like the previous game, Diddy and Dixie must throw the kannonball at Kaptain K. Rool to defeat him, causing his blunderbuss to explode and flinging him into the geyser of Krocodile Kore. Kass | His crown can actually be intercepted after it is thrown, meaning it can fall to the floor and be used as a throwing item or be stolen by Villager and Isabelle's Pocket. Iori Yagami | K. Rool stated that the bananas were the source of DK's strength. ROB | In Super Smash Bros. Brawl, K. Rool's trophy information erroneously states that Kaptain K. Rool is the brother of King K. Rool, which lead to some fans theorizing that King K. Rool and Kaptain K. Rool are separate characters in the Japanese versions. Nihilego | Skull Kid | 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. Prince Pikante | Crazy Hand | Kludge | Kleever | K. Rool has a very low tolerance for the incompetence of both Krusha and Klump, to the point where, in one episode, he mutters to himself "Do I really want the Crystal Coconut this badly?" Wizardheimer, See Also The Skull | Metal Sonic | King Olly | When he lands, it is in his dungeon, where he meets a very unhappy K. Lumsy who proceeds to beat King K. Rool in retaliation for locking him up before being sent flying again by the giant. He also breathes and speaks in a manner similar to Darth Vader from Star Wars. Validar | 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. Risky Boots | Did you play DK 64? Solon | | However, this is regarded as either a mistake by Nintendo, or a tongue-in-cheek joke in the vein of the Mr. L reference in Paper Luigi's trophy. Lyon | Galacta Knight | Kackle | Alraune | However, his armor has a set amount of durability: it takes 4 seconds to replenish a little over 1 hit point (and 47 seconds to fully replenish), while shattering the armor will stun King K. Rool similarly to a shield break. Kritter | Rhea | He has bad chemistry with the Kongs, as well as Bowser. When he takes on the alias of Kaptain K. Rool, he trades in the cape for a brown trench coat and the crown for a pirate hat. After yesterday's Super Smash Bros Ultimate Direct where it was revealed King K Rool would be joining the Smash Bros Ultimate roster, many people on Twitter got horny. The Kongs must repeatedly throw barrels at K. Rool to defeat him. Popple | Best known for inventing the following phrases: See you later, alligator King K. Rool After a while, crocodile. In King K. Rool's most common appearance, he wears a red cape and a gold crown, but he is fond of adopting many other looks and costumes as well. Walkys | Master Hand | Gooper Blooper | Madame Broode | In Krematoa, if Dixie and Kiddy collect all five cogs and give them to Boomer, his machine awakens a volcano, causing the Knautilus to rise to the surface. He is first encountered at the peak of Sun Sun Island, where he and his entourage of five Kritters steal the five Crystal Bananas from the banana alien Xananab. Luigi's Mansion Villains | Calamity Ganon | Chomps | Ruined Dragon | It was aired on Screwattacks' YouTube Channel on February 18th, 2015. Wood Man | 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. Specter Knight | Dark Emperor | Although he does seem to have significantly more respect for his Klaptraps and uses them to push his minions around despite them being smaller. Rawk Hawk | Bass | Rockys | The last game he ever appeared in was Mario Super Sluggers, and in it, K. Rool and Bowser had bad chemistry. Mad Jack | Wart | Babylon Rogues (Jet the Hawk, Wave the Swallow, Storm the Albatross) | Scarfies | Erazor Djinn | In Donkey Kong Country and Donkey Kong Land, using his trademark attack, King K. Rool attacks Donkey Kong or Diddy Kong by taking off his crown and throwing it at them, which can boomerang back to him. Shrewd Possessor | 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. Aparoid Queen | Pom Pom | In the Game Boy Advance version, K. Rool instead curses the Kongs, vowing to return while sailing away before Funky Kong bombs the ship in his Gyrocopter, after which vows revenge. Cortez | He is constantly bragging about his brain and emphasizes this by using long and sophisticated words. Dragaux | Gordos | 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. Mr. Frosty | Robot Princess | Shy Guys | Giga Lakitu | Davy Bones | In this comic, K. Rool has noticeably human-like hands with five fingers and nails, while his feet are still clawed and reptilian. Bright | Weavel | In the end, K. Rool is defeated by Donkey Kong's Super Duper Simian Slam and the Kongs reclaim their stolen bananas. Best Fitness Friends | Nruffs | 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. The resulting explosion buries K. Rool under the huge pile of bananas. Tiki Tong Tower | Roger the Potted Ghost | Donkey Kong | King K. Rool (sometimes shortened as simply 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. Shake King | When he becomes Baron K. Roolenstein, he wears a white lab coat, a small black wig, and has a propeller on his back. 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. After ten hits, K. Rool is defeated as he loses control of his helicopter pack as he spins out of control in the Knautilus. Ninja Kong | Colonel Pluck | Squirt | At the end of the game, right after the Lost World explodes, the entire Crocodile Isle sinks underwater. He is the malevolent ruler of the Kremling race (despite Klubba's statement about the Kremlings hating K. Rool because he is always abusing them), the head of the Kremling Krew who constantly terrorize the Kongs, and the archenemy of Donkey and Diddy Kong. 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. The two Kongs then celebrate only to be stomped into the ground by an enlarged K. Rool, who proceeds to furiously chomp his jaws. Gloomtail | Kritters | In this battle, K. Rool remains in the back of his vessel for some time and occasionally enters the front, where the Kongs are at. Bombers | K Rool was named "Krudd"[4]. General Guy | 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. As revenge for being imprisoned, the Banana Queen flies after K. Rool and drops an egg onto him, thus trapping him. Big Bad Wolf | His first battle takes place in K Rool Duel, where K. Roolenstein tries to attack Dixie and Kiddy by shooting electric beams at them. K. Rool is the ruthless and mentally unstable ruler of the Kremling race, who has on numerous occasions tried to steal Donkey Kong Diddy Kong's Banana Hoard and kidnap the big ape himself. K. Rool, as his name, a pun on "cruel," may imply, is brutal, ruling his minions through threats and intimidation, often punishing them severely when they fail. It is very common for him to be defeated, simply because he keeps making the same mistake in a fight, such as in Donkey Kong Country, when he keeps throwing his crown, allowing Donkey and Diddy to jump on his head. 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. In Mario Super Sluggers, he refers to brown Kritter as "the dirty under-belly of the Kremling Krew". Lastly, King K. Rool has a white costume, which somewhat resembles an albino crocodile. Just move on from the old trilogy and remember the Kremlings as they were. Burt the Bashful | Cranky Kong mentions in the Donkey Kong 64 instruction booklet that K. Rool had given up his silly disguises in that game. Carmilla | In the animated series, K. Rool's physical appearance is slightly altered from his video game counterpart. King Zing | 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. 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. Galaxy Man | Iridescent Glint Beetle | Ridley | Here, his role is the same as the game: he is the main villain and he steals Donkey Kong's banana hoard, but in addition to fighting Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong, he also fights Mario and Yoshi, who are also present in said arcs. Ing | Ultimate!Subscribe to GameSpot! He is about to attack Chunky from behind, but is distracted by Candy Kong. Grief | Pichu_Fan 1 year ago #1. Take control of or destroy the Donkey Kong Island (ongoing).Steal the Kong's Banana Hoard (ongoing).Conquer the world (ongoing).Steal the Crystal Coconut and become ruler of the Kongo Bongo Island (in the TV series; failed). Kaptain K. Rool takes damage when the Kongs throw a cannonball into his blunderbuss, and is defeated after nine hits. However, he is tied with the Purple Toad for the weakest fielding abilities of all characters and is also tied with the Red Magikoopa as one of the slowest runners in the game. In later games since then, he is voiced by Toshihide Tsuchiya, who also voices Funky Kong in the series. He is wearing a blue spandex suit, which has a thick, white stripe on both sides. Nutskis | K. Rool's wristbands are more detailed, instead of being plain gold, as is his crown. King Dice | Travis Touchdown | Hearing this, Donkey Kong, Diddy Kong and Cranky Kong board the Gangplank Galleon and K. Rool flees the ensuing brawl with his speedboat. Queen Metroid | Grouchy Possessor | Kroctopus | K. Rool's skin is light green (though some appearances show it as dark green) and he has muscular arms, as well as usually being shown with jagged teeth. Throughout his various appearances, King K. Rool uses a variety of weaponry. K. Rool also appears after the credits of the remake, where he forces Donkey, Diddy, Candy and Cranky Kong off the ship by threatening to blow up Kong Island with his onboard cannons, with Cranky calling it a "cheap stunt". He attacks using electric beams and a fireball launching cannon. Creepers | In Donkey Kong 64, King K. Rool possesses an ominous and low Darth Vader-like voice provided by Chris Sutherland, complete with loud, emphasized breathing similar to Vader's. The title of the route uses boxing terminology, referencing the final fight of Donkey Kong 64. Lena | 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. Don Bongo | He rules the Kremlings with an iron fist and shows no mercy to any of his subjects, the reason they follow him seems to be of the deep fear they have of him and his tremendous power and not even his strongest underlings dare challenge him. King K. Rool is last seen in DK: Jungle Climber being taken back to his and the Kong's home planet, dragged through space by a rope attached to the back of a Banana Spaceship. Jojora | Juri Han | In Donkey Kong Country 2, K. Rool can also teleport. Kammy Koopa | TheftAttempted murderPiracyKidnappingAttempted genocideExtortionAbuse of powerTortureTerrorism 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. In Super Smash Bros. Brawl, one of the names that appears when players press the "Random Name" button when naming their custom stage is "KROOL.". King K. Rool supersedes Donkey Kong as the second heaviest character in the game, weighing 133 units compared to Donkey Kong's weight of 127 units. Unlike the other racers with barrels attached to them, he rides in a vehicle resembling a rocket-powered barrel with a skull (which possibly doesn't have a steering wheel since his functions are the same) and using his claw as his attack. Hobby Crazy Hand | King K. RoolKaptain K. RoolKap'n K. RoolBaron K. RoolensteinMaster of the Kremling KrewKing Krusha K. RoolThe Kremling Commander Squeakers | He has bad chemistry with all Kongs in Mario Super Sluggers. Mizzter Blizzard | Tusks | His attacks and battle techniques are mostly the same as in Donkey Kong Country: running, jumping, and throwing his crown. After Chunky Kong delivers the seemingly final blow to K. Rool, a cut scene is shown in which K. Rool gets back up after the fight. Sidesteppers | He's also portrayed as a cowardly, but intelligent strategist that relies more on his intellect, as oppose to his mainstream counterpart who is capable of taking the Kongs head on in combat. Hot Heads | Anyone mind explaining why he did need one? Blood Falcon | Mahvas | Primids | Rabbid Kong | After about a week he might win over Blaze in a match. When Diddy and Dixie collect every Kremkoin, Klubba permits them to access an ancient Kremling Palace, Krocodile Kore, where the Kongs fight K. Rool a second time. Dr. Coyle | King K. Rool makes his first appearance in Donkey Kong Country as the game's main antagonist and the seventh and final boss. Koopa Bros | Flash Man | He can also use a move known as the Gut Check, which involves using his belly armor to counter or reflect opponents' attacks. Galleom | 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. Rayquaza | Tiki Tak Tribe (Kalimba | Gong-Oh | Maraca Gang | Wacky Pipes | Cordian | Banjo Bottom | Xylobone) | Captain Goomba | Chargin' Chucks | Meta-Knights (Axe Knight, Javelin Knight, Mace Knight, Trident Knight, Blade Knight) | Stu | Count Down | Smithy | His pitching is also a bit above average. Princess Shroob | Twinrova | Dark Man 4 | King K. Rool also sometimes appears dancing to the beat of music during certain songs in Donkey Konga. He constantly brags about his brain and emphasizes this by using more complex jargon. King K. Rool has great chemistry with all four Kritters and King Boo. Vorash | Camus | Chaos | 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. 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. 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