King K. Rool has repeatedly tried to steal the Kongs' banana hoard.
The ship shows Kremkoins, his logbook, and his various portraits as a pirate on Gangplank Galleon.
K. Rool said if he was given the Crystal Coconut, he would not read it, despite Cranky Kong saying the coconut does not work and he would sink down, as well. According to Wrinkly Kong, K. Rool is enrolled as a student at Kong Kollege, and she tells Diddy and Dixie that, should they encounter K. Rool, they should remind him to do his homework. It shows K. Rool's greed for power overshadows his life seen in "The Curse of Kongo Bongo", when he comes across the Curse of the Double Bluebeard Baboon, he decides to read it when he finds out if read twice, the island sinks into the ocean. K. Rool is shown to be dimwited, as shown when DK played some pranks on him, when he believed the Crystal Coconut was cursed, DK and Diddy had a magical amulet even more powerful than the Crystal Coconut, and drinking a bottle full of bees and got stung. (this is unclear why he joined them and how he is on Donkey Kong's team). Weird Theory About King K. Rool’s Eye. Joined Sep 15, 2018 Messages 167 Location Saskatoon. On a related note, King K. Rool's belly armor can protect him while he uses certain moves, such as his forward tilt and dash attack.
The title of the route uses boxing terminology, referencing the final fight of Donkey Kong 64. 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. In order to hurt Roolenstein, Dixie and Kiddy would need to throw several Steel Kegs at him through the use of a teleportation device. In the Adventure Mode, King K. Rool is among the fighters seen during the cutscene when they oppose Galeem for the first time. His main rival in the game is Cranky Kong. In the second stage, if the two kongs succeeds in defeating K. Rool, he will promptly stutter by saying "Wait, Wait... That was just practice!" The "K" in K. Rool does not have any meaning, it was simply added by K. Rool due to his egotistical character. 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. The design of the costume is based on his original Rareware design, although the color of the gem on his chest is colored blue instead green. 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". 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. K. Rool and the Kremling Krew come to Donkey Kong Island to steal Donkey Kong's banana hoard; they encountered little resistance, as the only person guarding them was Donkey Kong's friend, Diddy Kong, whom they trap in a DK Barrel. His main rival in the game is Cranky Kong, who, similarly to K. Rool, boasts high boost, speed and agility. Here, K. Rool, along with several Kritters, manage to steal all of the Kongs' Golden Bananas. He also had a pair of pink shoes with a hole in one of them. A large hole appears in front of K. Rool's left shoe; inside of it, K. Rool is shown to have four toes. King Krusha K. Rool also has a champion's belt, which has a brown strap and a gold center, tied around his belly. In order to injure Roolenstein, Dixie and Kiddy would need to pull down on a particular pipe on the ceiling of Kastle KAOS, while avoiding Roolenstein and his electric beams.
In movies, tics are also commonly associated with characters that developed multiple/split personality disorder. If he is hit four times, he begins to drop cannonballs from the sky in a straight line. Duck Hunt pull a similar prank to that of King Dedede from K. Rool's trailer by pretending to be Banjo and Kazooie, but they are ambushed by the real duo, much to the trio's delight.
Donkey Kong must reach the top first to beat King K. Rool at the race. Later in development, "Kommander K. Rool" was considered as the character's name.
Some of King K. Rool's voice clips from Donkey Kong 64 are reused in the Game Boy Advance remake of Donkey Kong Country.
As an Amazon Associate Smashboards earns from qualifying purchases. After discovering that Donkey Kong has been kidnapped, Diddy Kong and his girlfriend, Dixie Kong, rush off to save him from Kaptain K. Rool. In the end, K. Rool is defeated by Donkey Kong's Super Duper Simian Slam and the Kongs reclaim their stolen bananas. After discovering that Donkey Kong has been kidnapped, Diddy Kong and his girlfriend, Dixie Kong, rush off to save him from Kaptain K. Rool. After Funky Kong is captured by the Kremlings, King K. Rool orders them to use a painful "tru… He demands the Banana Hoard in return for Donkey Kong. The Donkey Kong Country cartoon also introduces a rival of sorts to King K. Rool, a pirate named Kaptain Skurvy, who also wishes to obtain the Crystal Coconut. In Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest, K. Rool (under the alias of Kaptain K. Rool) kidnaps Donkey Kong and stows him away in Crocodile Isle, demanding the banana hoard as a ransom. 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). Later, Cranky tells Donkey Kong that his hoard was stolen, and Donkey Kong starts his adventure. 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 venturing through the swampy Crocodile Isle, Diddy and Dixie managed to reach K. Rool's Keep, where Donkey Kong was supposedly being held. 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. Fortunately, K. Rool's Ship ends up crashing because of the incompetence of the ship's drivers. It was just a way of making him seem more important, that he'd added it to inflate his ego. He is shown also to have a really long tail (this is the first appearance he makes having a tail). You are currently viewing our boards as a visitor. K. Rool's under-belly is golden in texture and color (meant to be a piece of armor according to character designer Steve Mayles), but in DK: King of Swing his underbelly was changed to plain skin color.
In his debut trailer, King Dedede pranks Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong by wearing a King K. Rool costume, only to end up being knocked aside from behind while laughing at the Kongs' expense by the actual King K. Rool, much to the Kongs' horror. It appears that K. Rool was somewhat prepared in switching his "job" between each of the. In DK: Jungle Climber, K. Rool appears as the main antagonist. After K. Rool's Mega AMP robot and final Kritter subordinate is defeated on his ship the King Kruizer IV and the fourth Crystal Banana is claimed by Donkey, Diddy, Cranky, and Xananab, K. Rool flees through a wormhole to the Planet Plantean. His eyes also were not connected as they are in the games, and instead are separated. At the end of the game, a ship can be seen sailing away from the remains of the island and an ominous laugh can be heard as the ship sails over the horizon, telling the player that K. Rool survived the explosion, making way for another sequel. It is unknown whether it is true or not since it was a dream by DK. Unlike the previous battle, K. Rool is only defeated from one hit. After being jumped on ten more times, King K. Rool is defeated for real. Why he wishes to do so is even less fully understood, since a small tree house is nothing in comparison to his numerous lairs and hideouts (although it could be an example of his deep insanity).
Throughout the game, he watches the Kongs' progress and chastises his own minions' failures. K. Rool also uses his blunderbuss as a vacuum to suck the Kongs toward him, whereupon he hits them with the butt of his blunderbuss. K. Rool's true brother is K. Lumsy. Donkey Kong Country Returns revealed that the Banana Hoard has magical properties (as they do not get ripe and/or spoil) and when even a small amount of them are eaten they make that person receive a massive power boost (evidenced by Tiki Tong). King K. Rool later appears on his ship, the Gang-Plank Galleon, and battles both Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong, only to be defeated by them. Baron K. Roolenstein could later be fought in Donkey Kong Land III in the Lost World. In Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble! In the show, his personality is relatively the same as in the games. A minor reference to King K. Rool is made in Super Mario Odyssey, as a street in New Donk City is named "KROOL Av.". 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. He is unlocked by playing Challenge 31 of Candy's Challenges, and winning.
Throughout the game, King K. Rool awaits Donkey Kong in his airship, the K. Kruizer III. 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.
In DK: King of Swing, K. Rool had the highest attack out of all the characters. Frankenstein", and other disguises) it makes him feel powerful.
Just taking the piss because I found such a serious answer to a joke thread amusing. After three hits, K. Rool is defeated. From the Super Mario Wiki, the Mario encyclopedia. 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. With Donkey Kong once again kidnapped, Diddy Kong and Dixie Kong had to travel to the now-ravaged Crocodile Isle once again to save him and defeat the Kremling Krew. K. Rool is also somewhat of a dirty fighter. 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.