KING ME! After being revealed, K. Rool joins KAOS to fight Dixie and Kiddy. 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". 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. Boss aus Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble! King K. Rool's first appearance in a Mario game is in Mario Super Sluggers. As revenge for being imprisoned, the Banana Queen flies after K. Rool and drops an egg onto him, thus trapping him. Danach wirft er wieder seine Krone, sodass auf ihn gesprungen kann. After the fake credits end, he tries to throw his crown at him but it fails and is … Neben seinen Angriffen aus Donkey Kong Country wendet er einen neuen Angriff an, der einer Bauchlandung ähnelt. K. Rool himself appears only near the end of the comic in the "Lost Land". King K. Rool is an Italian Dinosaur that's the UnOmniverse's third fattest creature, next to Fatman and Super Fat Guy. King K. Rool has repeatedly tried to steal the Kongs' banana hoard. King K. Rool (キングクルール King K. Rool) is the main antagonist of the Donkey Kong series and appears as a veteran in Super Smash Bros. 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. Chased to a dead end on Planet Plantaen, K. Rool battles Donkey Kong, attacking by jumping at him, charging into him, and throwing exploding spiked balls, but is defeated in this battle. https://mario.fandom.com/de/wiki/King_K._Rool?oldid=379809, K. Rools Name unterscheidet sich in jedem Spiel der. Dieser Versuch schlägt jedoch fehl und seine eigene mechanische Insel wird beschädigt. Endless Dreams. K. Rool gets stuck in the geyser, which continues building up energy until it explodes. His model comes from Smash Ultimate He is much larger in this game than all other games; as huge as Chunky Kong when he steps into his Hunky Chunky Barrel. 1 Description 2 Intro 3 Fight 3.1 HERE WE GO! King K. Rool ist ein großes Krokodil. It is unknown if K. Rool is telling a joke, or if he actually has a wife. King K. Rool makes his first appearance in Donkey Kong Country as the game's main antagonist and the seventh and final boss. He can be found on a ship i… In Donkey Kong Land III, Baron K. Roolenstein and the Kremling Krew, as well as a rebuilt KAOS, appear as the main antagonists of the game. As of Donkey Kong Barrel Blast, King K. Rool is voiced by Toshihide Tsuchiya. Also similar to Blofeld, K. Rool largely has his face obscured in the early cutscenes. 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; Author: Gito, TravixMan: Designer: Nintendo: Version: v1.0 Date of latest version: 2016-01-13 Editors used: — Download: Dropbox: Contents. It is unknown what the Kongs did with him once they returned home. King K. Rool also has a role in Banjo and Kazooie's debut trailer, which begins similarly to his own debut trailer: the same boss montage is displayed on the TV (with a new scene alluding to his rivalry with the Kongs) and he is seen sleeping in the Kongs' treehouse, only to be awoken by Diddy after the two Kongs notice a Jiggy pass them by. He has also shown himself to be negligent towards nature.[10]. DK: King of Swing also shows King K. Rool has in his possession a personal hovercraft, which can move quickly. This collage showcases many of King K. Rool's appearances in The Air Ride Series and mentions by Poyo Ride. 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. Auch in Super Smash Bros. Brawl gibt es eine Trophäe von ihm. Der Kampf auf dem Fliegenden Krokodil basiert auf seine Kämpfe aus Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest, aber statt Gas schießt er Windböen aus seiner Donnerbüchse. King Krusha K. Rool is an alter-ego of King K. Rool and the final boss of Donkey Kong 64.After Donkey Kong and the rest of the Kongs successfully stop King K. Rool from destroying DK Isles, K. Rool attempted to escape in his ship.However, it crashes down thanks to K. Lumsy and the Kongs make chase. King K. Rool's physical appearance is slightly altered from his video game counterpart. King K. Rool was introduced in the very first tournament, "SUBSCRIBE TO ME!!!!!" Galionsplanken* Krokodilinsel* King K. Rools schwimmende Festung Some early Kremling thinking shows that #KRool could have been called 'King Klinker' and he might have had a partner named 'Queen Krapp'. His sweetspot is the red area on his scepter. 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. He is constantly bragging about his brain and he does use big words a lot. In einem Minispiel in Donkey Konga muss Donkey Kong K. Rool mit einem Stahlfass am Kopf treffen. Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest. He is one of the heaviest characters in the game, rivaling that of Bowser and Ridley, with his other attributes being average overall. In DK: Jungle Climber, King K. Rool appears as the main antagonist. Contrarily, in his regular character model and artworks, K. Rool has three toes. The real King K. Rool is eventually defeated in the Mysterious Dimension, freeing him. Nur als Baron K. Roolenstein ist es sein rechtes Auge. In this battle, he attacks by using electrical beams and by dropping bombs on Dixie and Kiddy. He recovers from the shark bites and swims ashore to the Lost World. From Custom Mario Kart. Throughout the game, King K. Rool awaits Donkey Kong in his airship, the K. Kruizer III. 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. K. Rool and his gang of minions, the Kremling Krew, came to Donkey Kong Island one stormy night with intention to steal Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong's fabled Golden Banana hoard. 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. King K. Rool is the leader of the Kremling Krew, and King of the Kremlings.He is a sinister, boisterous, burly reptile who antagonizes Donkey Kong, much like how Bowser antagonizes Mario.However, while Bowser is generally benevolent to his minions and has wavered between ally and foe to the Mario Bros., K. Rool often mistreats and berates his minions, and is consistently presented … Ultimate in 2018. It also resembles the red Kritters that appear in the Donkey Kong Country series. ~ King K. Rool. He does not seem to respect his henchmen, the Kritters, much better either. This time, K. Rool goes under the alias of Baron K. Roolenstein. 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. 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. Super Smash Bros. Melee: Smashing...Live! In the second installment of the Donkey Kong Country chapter book series, Donkey Kong Country: Rumble in the Jungle, King K. Rool is managing the reconstruction of a factory within the abandoned Big Ape City. King K. Rool was among the fighters that were summoned to fight against the army of Master Hands.During the opening cutscene, King K. Rool was present on the cliffside when Galeem unleashed his beams of light. If Donkey Kong beats K. Rool at the battle, he wins the last medal and flies off in K. Rool's hovercraft with the recovered medals. Dixie Kong und Diddy Kong gefällt das nicht und sie ziehen los, um Donkey Kong zu befreien. This page wis last eeditit on 1 September 2019, at 20:34. King K. Rool is the primary antagonist of the Donkey Kong franchise. Sending several Kremlings to … 3 Introduction 4 King K. Rool rumbles right through! 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. He uses a scepter with a large gem to bat, and has a different, pharaoh-like clothing style that is exclusive to this game. Die Kongs müssen ihn und die Krone überspringen. Said Puppet Fighters, as well as the real K. Rool, initially serve Galeem, but are later brought under Dharkon's control. In allen drei Kämpfen schießt Kaptain K. Rool Feuerbälle und Kanonenkugeln aus seiner Donnerbüchse. His name is a pun on the word "cruel", which often describes his actions and his personality, as well as a corruption of "rule". King K. Rool makes a cameo in the tail end of Ken and Incineroar's debut trailer, where he, alongside Bowser Jr. and Villager, proceed to challenge Incineroar to a bout after it defeats Ken, much to the Pokémon's chagrin. 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!. 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. Wiz: Though K. Rool has no confirmed origin story, he has been after the Kong's banana hoard since day one, and it has been confirmed by Rare that this is because he wants to starve them. However, K. Rool liking bananas is contradicted in DK: Jungle Climber, where K. Rool states that he despises bananas. He acts as the middle man in the party, the one who brought everyone together in the first place, and the one who keeps everyone together when the going gets tough. His brother, Kaptain K. Rool, made an appearance in the game Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest. During the battle in Krematoa, Baron K. Roolenstein's remote can also activate a fireball-launching cannon and a moving conveyor belt, in addition to the electric pods. In Donkey Kong Land 2 wird Kaptain K. Rool auf dem Fliegenden Krokodil und in der Verlorenen Welt bekämpft. 3.1 Video games; 3.2 Animation; 3.3 Scans; 4 Miscellaneous; Artwork . He was imprisoned because he didn't want to smash the Donkey Kong Island during the Kremling invasion. Kremlings He attacks using electric beams and a fireball launching cannon. In diesem Spiel trägt er ähnliche Kleidung wie ein ägyptischer Pharao. K. Rool has three clawed toes on each foot and his hands each have four clawed fingers, though early appearances depict blunt or even nailed fingers. He has repeatedly tried to … 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. 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. Hat er dreimal Schaden genommen, ist er endgültig besiegt und der richtige Abspann fängt an. King K. Rool is an anthropomorphic crocodile from the Donkey Kong Country spin-off of the Super Mario series. K. Rool is also somewhat of a dirty fighter. He also uses it to release exhaust gas and travel back and forth quickly. Xananab, einer der Bewohner des Planeten, verfolgt ihn, hält schließlich aber DK und Co. für Komplizen von K. Rool und greift sie an. Danach gehört er zu Donkey Kongs Team und gilt als einer der stärksten Charaktere und stärkster Rechtshänder. King K. Rool's underbelly was originally golden in texture and color (meant to be a piece of armor according to character designer Steve Mayles[8]), but since DK: King of Swing his underbelly has been changed to a light flesh tone, and has lost the prominent vertical indentation down the middle. In Mario Super Sluggers, he refers to brown Kritter as "the dirty under-belly of the Kremling Krew". Informationen King K. Rool has on various occasions stolen the Kongs' Banana Hoard seemingly unknown reason, although it has been theorized that he steals the hoard because he wants to starve the Kongs, alongside personally liking bananas. 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. Ultimate, he regains the gold plate, which now has a sharp ridge along the edges but still lacks the vertical indentation; however, Palutena's Guidance mentions his "leathery" belly, though it is possible she is referring to the belly underneath the armor. DBX! During the battle, K. Rool has a helicopter pack on his back to fly. Another proposed idea had the character named "King Klinker" and have him paired with a female Kremling named "Queen Krapp"[5]. King K. Rool appears in volumes 14-15 of Super Mario-Kun in the arcs based off of the Donkey Kong Country series. Hier wird King K. Rool in der Welt Big Ape City bekämpft und sein Level heißt K. Rools Kingdom. 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. The explanation for this is that he was impressed with their skills, and said he was only going to team up when playing baseball. Some of King K. Rool's voice clips from Donkey Kong 64 are reused in the Game Boy Advance remake of Donkey Kong Country. Instead of backfiring, the gun explodes, flinging K. Rool into a geyser that acts as a power source to Crocodile Isle. 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. King K. Rool is the most iconic villain from the Donkey Kong franchise but hasn't appeared in any other games up until Super Smash Bros. How King K. Rool joined the Tourney. Nach Donkeys zweitem Sieg gibt K. Rool auf. A minor reference to King K. Rool is made in Super Mario Odyssey, as a street in New Donk City is named "KROOL Av.". and Donkey Kong Land III, Baron K. Roolenstein uses a helicopter-equipped pack on his back to obtain flight. 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.". Ultimate, and completely absent in DK: King of Swing and the animated series. Location: Somewhere close to Night Raid's base - Akame ga Kill! He also breathes and speaks in a manner similar to Darth Vader from Star Wars. He was vaporized offscreen and placed under Galeem's imprisonment along with the other fighters, excluding Kirby.King K. Rool was one of the many fighters that fell under Dharkon's control upon Galeem's first defeat. The artwork of King K. Rool shows him striking the same pose as in his DK: Jungle Climber artwork. It has been suggested that he takes the hoard in order to starve the Kongs, in addition to Kremlings simply liking bananas. Statt wie alle anderen Fahrer auf Bongos fliegt er auf einem hölzernen Luftschiff, auf dem nur er Platz hat und das eigentlich ein TNT-Fass ist. King K. Rool is the main villain of Nintendo's Donkey Kong Country video game series and its animated television adaptation. Zu Beginn von Donkey Kong Country sendet King K. Rool Kremlings in Donkey Kongs Dschungel aus, um den Vorrat an Bananen aus seiner Bananenhöhle zu stehlen. King K. Rool is the main antagonist of the Donkey Kong series, the older brother of K. Lumsy the ruler of the Kremling Krew containing the Kremlings and the archenemy of Donkey Kong, Diddy Kong and the Kong Family. His pitching is also a bit above average. Nach kurzer Zeit steht K. Rool wieder auf. Originally intent on antagonizing Donkey Kong, he later turned his attention towards landing himself into the roster of Smash Bros.Although he failed to get into SSB4, he ended up succeeding in the next Smash Bros game. K. Rool and his gang of minions, the Kremling Krew, come to Donkey Kong Island one stormy night with the intention to steal Donkey Kong's fabled Banana Hoard. King Pig vs. King K. Rool is a Death Battle written and directed by ChessGrandMaster. K. Rool's Kaptain persona also makes a cameo and is referenced in Donkey Kong 64. While he has not seriously gone incognito since Baron K. Roolenstein, for the final fight he goes by the moniker "King Krusha K. Rool" as a boxer. During this fight he sports a stereotypical one-piece as well as boxing gloves with a champion's belt. Best known for inventing the following phrases: See you later, alligator King K. Rool After a while, crocodile. He is unlocked by playing Challenge 31 of Candy's Challenges, and winning. Donkey Kong Country (1994) In order to hurt K. Rool, Dixie and Kiddy must throw several Steel Kegs at his helicopter pack either directly, or through the use of a chute in the ceiling, depending on his position. Kremling King K. Rool vs Stylish is CobraMario64's 245th DBX! King K. Rool also has more pronounced scales in this game, akin to his design in the Rare Ltd. games. He constantly brags about his brain and emphasizes this by using more complex jargon. According to the Player's Guide, K. Rool is not a skilled sailor despite being a pirate, and he is responsible for multiple shipwrecks such as the one in Krem Quay.[3]. Add photo King K. Rool vs Deep Sea King is a DBX made by JohnGojira. 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). King K. Rool is one of the playable characters in the Jungle Jam Tournament mode, as the largest and most powerful playable character. King K. Rool also uses a wide variety of vehicles, from his Gangplank Galleon, to large airships, such as the Flying Krock and K. Kruizer III. King K. Rool returns in Donkey Kong 64, where he appears on a large mechanical island. NO RULES! Eine Trophäe von ihm erscheint in Super Smash Bros. Melee. Verbindung(en) What do you reckon it should stand for?"[7]. King K. Rool is the King of the Kremlings and the arch-nemesis of Donkey Kong as well as having been enemies with the Kongs for years, most of his plans had been trying to steal Donkey Kong's bananas but have always failed, despite this, he continues to do so in hoping he'll win one day and get rid of the Kongs for good.. 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. In the Adventure Mode, King K. Rool is among the fighters seen during the cutscene when they oppose Galeem for the first time. Wenn er seine Krone nicht trägt, können sie auf ihn springen, wodurch er Schaden nimmt. When K. Rool is defeated, KAOS crashes on the ground, freeing Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong. 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. However, Japanese material (such as the intro of the Japanese Game Boy Advance version of Donkey Kong Country 2) also portray Kaptain K. Rool as a disguise, and thus the trophy description is merely an error. "I've been waiting a long time for this moment. Working in the shadows, he captures a vacationing Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong in the Northern Kremisphere part of the DK Isles , stuffs them in the cybernetic body of what was believed to be the new Kremling king, KAOS , and uses their brain power to control it behind the scenes. Super Smash Bros. and was the runner up to the championship, losing to Dark Samus.He served as a rival to Ridley throughout the first two seasons as both tended to go for risky but crowd cheering techniques. Make sure you type [[Category:King K. Rool]] on the page before you save it to make it part of the King K. Rool wiki (preload can be enabled to automate this task, by … [1][2] He has even kidnapped members of the Kong Family on various occasions. 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. JUST BLOODSHED! During the last phase of the battle, K. Rool turns invisible and shoots out various poisonous gases: the blue gas freezes Diddy and Dixie, the red gas makes them move slowly, and the purple gas reverses the D-Pad controls. 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. King K. Rool (キングクルール King K. Rool) is the main antagonist of the Donkey Kong series and appears as a veteran in Super Smash Bros. Mitglied in He plans to blow up Donkey Kong Island with a new weapon called the Blast-o-Matic. The Super Smash Bros. series King K. Rool amiibo was released on February 15, 2019.King K. Rool is considered top-tier in Super Smash Bros. It features King K. Rool from the Donkey Kong games and Deep Sea King from One Punch Man. His slipstream is also different as well. King K. Rool is an anthropomorphic crocodile from the Donkey Kong Country spin-off of the Super Mario series. 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. Despite all of this, however, he and the Kritters have good chemistry with each other in Mario Super Sluggers and the trophy bios of Kalypso and Kludge show he respects her leadership skills and is intimidated by Kludge's temper. Auftritte außerhalb der Donkey Kong-Serie. King K. Rool (キングクルール, Kingu Kurūru) is a playable character in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo Switch.He is a newcomer in the game, and is the newest Donkey Kong representative alongside Dixie Kong. After defeating Baron K. Roolenstein, he is surprised that Dixie and Kiddy defeated him again. King K. Rool. When the player wins, he is unlocked, as well as all four Kritters, making this first and only game to have him as an ally. K. Rool was one of the main characters and antagonists on the Donkey Kong Country animated series. In der Verlorenen Welt schießt er mit normalen und stacheligen Kanonenkugeln und dann mit einem Fass, auf das die Kongs springen müssen, um die darin enthaltene Kanonenkugel in seine Donnerbüchse zu werfen und ihm zu schaden. He is also the CEO of Kremkroc Industries Inc. He ends up being blasted over the horizon by Funky Kong. King K. Rool is the main antagonist of the Donkey Kong franchise. He can only play as a team player, and is, ironically, on Donkey Kong's team, despite the fact he hates DK and the Kongs. 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. If the Kongs manage to free the Banana Queen, a short cutscene shows K. Rool attempting to flee from the Northern Kremisphere in a Hover Craft. He is also the CEO of Kremkroc Industries Inc. Diese landet direkt neben der … King K. Rool returns as the final boss in the eponymous boss level, King K. Rool. Als Angriffe kann er den Boden elektrisch laden und Feuerbälle aus einer Kanone schießen, wobei die Kongs Plattformen benutzen müssen, um der elektrischen Ladung zu entkommen. Nach dem Kampf in der Verlorenen Welt explodiert diese. Additionally, his Kaptain K. Rool and Baron K. Roolenstein identities appear in the game as spirits. Stylish had tracked … 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. Images and videos of the vile reptile King K. Rool from the Donkey Kong Country videogame franchise. Ultimate, he is given bellows and roars similar to that of a real crocodile, as well as some guttural laughter. When asked what the K in "K. Rool" stands for, Gregg Mayles replied "Nothing! King K. Rool's cape is also much shorter in length in the Donkey Kong Country cartoon. Owing to his large size and iron stomach, King K. Rool is a heavyweight fighter, making him one of the most resilient fighters in the game. His tail was the longest in Donkey Kong 64, stubby in Super Smash Bros. In Mario Super Sluggers muss er im Challenge-Modus besiegt werden, damit man ihn freischaltet. Here, K. Rool, along with several Kritters, manage to steal all of the Kongs' Golden Bananas. Bislang letzter Auftritt tritt er als der böse Wissenschaftler Baron K. Roolenstein auf. He responds by saying that he "won't be aboard when that happens" before he pushes past them, escaping. King K. Rool, who has gone by many aliases, is the malevolent king of the Kremlings and the Master of the Kremling Krew.He is also the main antagonist of the Donkey Kong series, as well as the archenemy of Donkey Kong, Diddy Kong and their allies.King K. Rool has repeatedly tried to steal the Kongs' Banana Hoard for reasons unbeknown to anyone, and has even kidnapped … mit dem Unterschied, dass er im zweiten Kampf Bomben werfen kann. 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. King K. Rool is the king of the Kremlings and the archenemy of Donkey Kong. Er ist Donkey Kongs Erzfeind und der wichtigste Bösewicht der Donkey Kong-Serie. Unfortunately for K. Rool, the Kongs managed to pulverize his Kremling warriors. He is physically seen at end of the video cursing the Kong duo before he is punched by Donkey Kong faking his defeat. He is wearing a blue spandex suit, which has a thick, white stripe on both sides. After this encounter, King K. Rool is encountered several more times on the various islands and dimensions of the game, usually appearing annoyed at Donkey, Diddy, Cranky and Xananab pursuing him before having one of his Kritter followers power up with a Crystal Banana and battle them. After ten hits, K. Rool is defeated as he loses control of his helicopter pack as he spins out of control in the Knautilus. 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. The Stupid Misadventures of King K. Rool (also known as The stupidity is strong with this Croc) is a series that revolves around the King of Kremlings himself. First appearing in the 1994 video game Donkey Kong Country for the Super … In Donkey Kong Country 3 (1996), King K. Rool is going by the name of Baron K. Roolenstein. K. Rool In Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble! King K. Rool appears in Captain N: The Game Master he like the other servants under Mother Brain serves purely for his own reasons. King K. Rool. 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. #WorldDonkeyKongDay #DKC25", https://www.mariowiki.com/index.php?title=King_K._Rool&oldid=3116194, Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest Bosses, Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble! After a barrel is thrown at K. Roolenstein, he bounces around trying to attack the Kongs. Er ist der Anführer und Befehlshaber aller Kremlings und versucht oft, die Bananenvorräte der Kongs zu stehlen, sowie Angehörige der Kong-Familie zu entführen. 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. Im Kampf läuft er zuerst von einer Seite des Kampffeldes aus zur anderen und wirft dann seine Krone nach den Kongs. He fires different types of ammunition such as Kannonballs, spiked Kannonballs, barrels, and status-afflicting mists, which either freeze, slow, or disorient his targets. K. Rool's wrist bands are more detailed, instead of being plain gold, as is his crown. Wiz: King K. Rool is basically DK's version of Bowser. King K. Rool - Series: Donkey Kong Country, Allies: Krochead, Kaptain Skurvy, Krusha, Enemies: Donkey Kong, Shaggy, Everyone else, Alignment: Evil, Role in Kongfinity War: Gathered the stones and killed half of DK Island/ Main Villain King K. Rool is one of the most powerful batters in the entire game (tied with Bowser and Petey Piranha). Cranky Kong ist sein Rivale. Baron K. Roolenstein is later fought at K Rools Last Stand[sic], located in the Lost World. 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