Isle before tripping on a rock. If the alignment is incorrect, K. Rool will crush Lanky, costing him a quarter of a melon. Ultimate!Subscribe to GameSpot! Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, List of fictional crocodiles and alligators, "Donkey Kong Country Designer Shows Off Early King K. Rool And Kremling Art Concepts", "Mario Super Sluggers - Characters Gameplay 1", "King K. Rool Creators Give Origin Details After 'Super Smash Bros. King K. Rool vs Deep Sea King is a DBX made by JohnGojira. Ultimate, becoming the third character representative for the Donkey Kong franchise. Upon entering the barrel and rising to the light fixtures above the arena, armed with an infinite supply of Crystal Coconuts and ammo, Diddy will find two bullseyes on either side of the light above K. Rool. Since K. Rool was my most wanted newcomer for Smash Ultimate, & since DK64 is one of my all-time favorite games ever, it made perfect sense for me to make this mod! The ads' placements aren't a complete shocker, though, as the Mariners are owned by Nintendo of America. However, it crashes down thanks to K. Lumsy and the Kongs make chase. The group went down to the island. The series mainly consists of two genres: single-screen platform/action puzzle games featuring the gorilla Donkey Kong as the main antagonist, and side-scrolling platform games where Donkey Kong and his clan of other apes are the protagonists and player characters who usually battle the crocodilian villain King K. Rool. King K. Rool, as his name, a pun on "cruel", would imply, is brutal and rules over the Kremling Krew with an iron fist. It is unknown whether or not this is 'Gangplank Galleon', the ship in Donkey Kong Country 2. This mod turns King K. Rool into King Krusha K. Rool, giving him his boxing outfit from Donkey Kong 64's Final Boss Battle. [17] After K. Rool is defeated once more, a cutscene takes place showing Crocodile Isle exploding against a sunset, with the Kong family observing from a nearby cliff. Then he sees Candy Kong at the edge of the arena, posing in a seductive way. King K. Rool is similar to Bowser in terms of playstyle, but his moveset is entirely unique. I'm glad this personality is behind him. King K. Rool is a Dark/Steel-type Pokémon. It is possible to throw the banana peel barrel out of the ring, or far enough on the edge that it is out of K. Rool's range. Out of all of the Kongs that King Krusha K. Rool fights, Chunky Kong is the only one to make use of all three of his special moves against him (Gorilla Gone, Hunky Chunky, and Primate Punch). His left eye, while retaining the tic from the games, which is no longer bloodshot. This is the only time where K. Rool is depicted having four toes instead of three. On the show Krusha is apparently King K. Rool 's bodyguard and … "[1] He is depicted as unstable, adopting different personae and titles and utilizing a variety of weapons to his advantage. History. Kaptain Skurvy voiced by Ron Rubin and 3 others. In addition to video games, K. Rool has appeared in the manga adaption of Donkey Kong Country, the Donkey Kong Country animated series, comics and several pieces of Nintendo merchandise. King K. Rool, Kaptain K. Rool, Baron K. Roolenstein, Master of the Kremlin Krew, King Krusha K. Rool Personality Greedy, Evil Appearance Green Kremling with a red cape and golden crown and wrists with peach body, sharp teeth, red eyes, and a blue gem Occupation King of the Kremlings Affiliations Goal Take control of DK Island Home The timer pauses while Tiny is inside K. Rool's shoe. In most episodes, K. Rool attempts to steal the Crystal Coconut, an ancient relic that is said to possess extraordinary power. [28], In the Super Smash Bros. series, K. Rool initially appeared as a collectible trophy in Super Smash Bros. Melee and every title since. King K. Rool (also known as King Krusha Rool in Donkey Kong 64) is the leader of the Kremlings and is the villain of the show. K. Rool's thoughts of attacking Chunky vanish, and he pushes himself against the edges of the ring, trying to get to her. He also wears a golden crown with eight prongs. Upon entering the ship, the Kongs wind up in a large boxing arena. He also wears a golden crown with eight prongs. This will stun K. Rool for a moment, and then he will stumble over to an adjacent corner of the arena and toss away the light. K. Rool's jabs before waving change after each hit: after zero hits, he jabs 4 times; after one hit, he jabs 5 times; after two hits, he jabs 3 times; and after three hits, he jabs 7 times. [42][43][44] Additionally, many fan conducted polls had found King K. Rool to be a highly requested character in the Smash Bros. The strategy here is to stand on a music pad so that the banana peel is between Lanky and K. Rool; when Lanky plays the trombone, K. Rool will charge in the orangutan's direction. 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. -Aliases: King K. Rool, Kaptain K. Rool, Baron K. Roolenstein, King Krusha K. Rool, Krudd, Kommander K. Rool, Master of the Kremling Krew THEME: FEATS:-Implied to have received some sort of education at Kong Kollege, where Kremlings are educated by Wrinkly Kong. One croc versus 5 kongs! [7] In a former Rareware.com scribes column, Gregg Mayles stated that K. Rool's motivation for stealing the banana hoard is 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. K. Rool always moves in the same pattern around the ring: red to blue to yellow to red to green to blue to yellow to green to red. Ultimate Adds King K. Rool, Donkey Kong's Rival", "Super Smash Bros. Diddy Kong fights second. K Rool dodged the swing, as a result, Midbus spun back from K Rool. K. Rool's pattern of charging changes after each hit; after zero hits, he charges somewhat slowly; after one hit, he charges somewhat faster; after two hits, he charges very fast while invisible; and after three hits, he charges somewhat fast while invisible and for the last hit, moving in a wide zigzag pattern. To be honest, this version of K Rool scared me a whole bunch as a child. This ship later appears as the introduction stage of Donkey Kong Country 2, and again as a sunken ship in Donkey Kong 64. [26], K. Rool was planned to appear in Diddy Kong Pilot for the Game Boy Advance, which was later reworked into Banjo-Pilot due to Rare no longer having the authorization to use the Donkey Kong license. Fighter Ballot. However, just as he succeeds in taking off, the Kongs succeed in freeing K. Lumsy from his prison. After Diddy drops all four lights, K. Rool will fall, and the timekeepers will once again save him from being counted out when they hit the bell at the count of 8. Between this fight and the following one, K. Rool has several Kritters pull the light fixture off of his head, many of them ending up squashed in the process. Each time after Chunky successfully hits K. Rool, one of the pads will disappear. King Krusha Rool is on Facebook. Ultimate by sending series director Masahiro Sakurai a thank you letter. - King K. Rool grows wildly enraged at the thought of a foe in HIS presence. With Richard Yearwood, Andrew Sabiston, Donald Burda, Aron Tager. During this battle, K. Rool attempts to punish the Kongs by running into them, jumping on them from above, tossing his crown, and summoning a downpour of cannonballs, presumably from the ship's mast. K. Rool has also been seen piloting a variety of vessels, including Gangplank Galleon, a large pirate ship in Donkey Kong Country, the Flying Krock, a steampunk inspired flying machine while in Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest and the Knautilus, a fish-shaped submarine that appeared in Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble!. Donkey Kong and his sidekick, Diddy Kong, star in a computer-generated rendition of the classic video game. King Krusha K. Rool is the main and final boss that Donkey Kong and the gang encounter in Donkey Kong 64. During this battle, they must avoid an onslaught of cannonballs and toxic gases that can either reverse the player's controls, slow them down, or briefly stun them. [33] This trailer continues where K. Rool's trailer left off, showing the Kremling King sleeping in Donkey Kong's treehouse alongside his nemeses. He will then slam on the center of the arena, creating a green shockwave. K. Rool, as his name, a pun on "cruel", may imply, is often extremely brutal, ruling his minions through threats and intimidation and often punishing them severally when they fail. He tricks the heroes Dixie Kong and Kiddy Kong into believing that he has been defeated and KAOS—a Frankenstein-esque robot—is responsible for kidnapping the other Kongs. Before reaching him, however, a whistle from nearby makes him stop to look around. [18], Following the events of Donkey Kong Country 2, K. Rool goes into hiding due to the destruction of Crocodile Isle. "The prize, the wish, Kongo Bongo Island is mine!" Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble! Krusha Rool's Finest - King K. Rool does a leaping dropkick. The Kongs confront Kaptain K. Rool aboard the Flying Krock, a flying machine that hovers above Crocodile Isle. Then he will begin throwing his right glove at Diddy like a boomerang; the glove will fly in an arc to where Diddy is at the time K. Rool throws it and then back to him. KING K ROOL PROFESSIONAL BAD GUY THE BIG DADDY OF EVIL - "/v/ - Video Games" is 4chan's imageboard dedicated to the discussion of PC and console video games. Despite its inconsistencies, the series certainly has its merits, but many aspects of the animation and writing have not aged well. K. Rool attempts to escape in an airship, but it ends up being crashed by K. Lumsy after his release. K. Lumsy chases the ship around D.K. K. Rool is described as being "demented" and "unbalanced" in his Super Smash Bros. Melee trophy description, citing his desire to blow up DK Isles in Donkey Kong 64. Each pad holding the banana peel barrels will lower again five seconds after it rises. In the initial versions of Donkey Kong Country as well as its sequels, his voice clips were reused from Krusha. He fires, effortlessly striking K. Rool in his backside and sending him flying out of the arena and ship, and over to K. Lumsy's prison. Ultimate inclusion", "King K. Rool Fans Thank Super Smash Bros. For Including Character", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=King_K._Rool&oldid=998693165, Anthropomorphic characters in video games, Fictional characters with superhuman strength, Fictional characters who can move at superhuman speeds, Fictional characters who can turn invisible, Short description is different from Wikidata, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 6 January 2021, at 16:13. KING K ROOL PROFESSIONAL BAD GUY THE BIG DADDY OF EVIL - "/v/ - Video Games" is 4chan's imageboard dedicated to the discussion of PC and console video games. He becomes King "Krusha" K. Rool in Donkey Kong 64. This game also features Gloomy Galleon, which features a sunken ship bearing pictures of his previous alias, Kaptain K. Rool. After this, Tiny will leave the shoe and unshrink, after which K. Rool will resume slamming. "[39], Game Revolution gave K. Rool the number two spot on their list of characters who deserve a spot in Super Smash Bros., arguing that "it's been far too long since we've seen the Kremlings get some proper representation, with the reptilian foes being conspicuously absent from both of Retro Studios' DKC titles. Leaked beta footage shows K. Rool wearing an aviator outfit. [13], In Donkey Kong Country 2, K. Rool is given the "Kaptain" moniker and kidnaps Donkey Kong. It takes on multiple personalities, with each having its own flair. His aliases include Kaptain K. Rool, Baron K. Roolenstein and King "Krusha" K. Rool. K. Rool is the leader of a band of reptilian creatures known as the Kremlings, who have crossed paths with the Kongs on many occasions. This incarnation of K. Rool also makes an appearance in Mario Super Sluggers for the Wii, wearing Maya king attire and wielding a green sceptre. This disguise complements the pirate motif of Donkey Kong Country 2. He states that, "I'd have gotten away with it, if it weren't for you meddling kids", a reference to Scooby-Doo. King Krusha K. Rool is the name of his boxing alias, but as we know, we should keep the aliases integrated with K. Rool's main page. K. Rool's shockwave attack changes after each hit: after zero hits, he slams about once every six seconds; after one hit, he will slam about once every two seconds; and after two or three hits, he will slam about once every two seconds but launch four shockwaves with each slam. In each round, the Kong fighting has a time limit of three minutes to defeat K. Rool. Diddy can only use his Peanut Popguns while using his Rocketbarrel; he is unable to draw them while he is standing on the ground or the ceiling rafters. Ultimate This Fall", "The 100 Hardest Video-Game Bosses, Ranked", "The 25 Most Powerful Nintendo Villains, Officially Ranked", "Top 10 Characters Who Deserve a Spot in Smash Bros", "Former Rare Devs Playtonic Want Donkey Kong Country Villain K. Rool In Super Smash Bros", "Playtonic Games Wants to see Banjo and King K. Rool in Super Smash Bros", "Playtonic propone un altro personaggio per Super Smash Bros. ed è King K. Rool", "Super Smash Bros. While Chunky accepts his applause, a few Kritters try desperately to revive K. Rool. King K. Rool (Japanese: キングクルール Hepburn: Kingu Kurūru) is a fictional character and the main antagonist of Nintendo’s Donkey Kong video game franchise. Vs. King Krusha K. Rool (Donkey Kong 64).mid Musical Notes Distribution. Krusha is one of the main characters and antagonists on the Donkey Kong Country TV series. Here's regular King K Rool Kaptain K Rool Baron K Roolenstein Social Media: Instagram Twitter Tumblr Then K. Rool charges at Chunky, who must time it just right to strike K. Rool with his Primate Punch as he charges. King K. Rool (Japanese: キングクルール, Hepburn: Kingu Kurūru) is a fictional anthropomorphic crocodile and the main antagonist in Nintendo's Donkey Kong video game franchise, as well as the archenemy of Donkey Kong. The Jaeger demanded, before King K. Rool jumped back and called for his minions - out came three Krusha's and one Klump. This time he kidnaps both Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong, imprisons the Queen Banana Bird, and heads to the Northern Kremisphere. When DK climbs up a post and enters the cannon, the barrel will begin to move up and down between K. Rool and the air above him. During both boss fights, K. Rool utilizes electricity and technology to torment the Kongs. Ultimate' Reveal", "Donkey Kong Country :: SPEED RUN Live (0:58:17) (101%) [SNES] by NewAgeRetroHippie #AGDQ 2014", "Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest", "Donkey Kong Country 2 :: SPEED RUN Live (0:46:14) by Reflected #AGDQ 2014", "Donkey Kong Country 2 (102%) - #33 S-boss "Krocodile Kore" + Secret Ending", "Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble! Once Donkey Kong uses all four cannons successfully, K. Rool will fall, and the announcer will begin counting him out. Many parts break off, and one section of the top breaks to reveal a gaping hole which the Kongs can enter. By shooting both of these bullseyes, Diddy will send the light crashing down on K. Rool's head. After a few seconds, large electric boxes with number buttons on them will rise up outside the four sides of the ring. At the start of the battle, K. Rool will run forward to the red corner where Diddy is, stop directly beneath the spotlight, and then wave. Without DK, "Kruncha" has the advantage of not being easily defeated by Diddy and Dixie, because he gets angry … Furthermore, one of King K. Rool's primary henchmen, Krusha, is depicted as foolish throughout the series, but in the first episode, he is more intelligent. 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. While three pirate seals look on from the water near the island, the giant Kritter beats K. Rool senseless and throws him back onto the Mechanical Island. -Aliases: King K. Rool, Kaptain K. Rool, Baron K. Roolenstein, King Krusha K. Rool, Krudd, Kommander K. Rool, Master of the Kremling Krew THEME: FEATS:-Implied to have received some sort of education at Kong Kollege, where Kremlings are educated by Wrinkly Kong. When Lanky grabs this barrel, four Trombone Pads will appear in the corners of the arena, and when he throws the barrel, it will burst to reveal a massive banana peel. Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest. Despite its inconsistencies, the series certainly has its merits, but many aspects of the animation and writing have not aged well. This final boss fight has five rounds due to there being five playable characters. King K. Rool took flight with his Propellerpack and landed on top of Stylish's head, throwing down kicks. 1 Pokédex 2 Base Stats 2.1 Mega King K. Rool 3 Learnset 3.1 TMs King K. Rool is the ultimate enemy of the Kongs. In his debut appearance, King K. Rool is depicted as a large obese crocodile with a red cape, golden wristbands, a golden belly plate, large crown and a large bloodshot eye. Halfway through the battle, K. Rool feigns defeat, causing the game's "Kredits" to roll. As King Krusha K. Rool, K. Rool wore a pair of large overalls and boxing gloves. [8] The latter explanation is supported by the manual of the first game,[9] but contradicted in DK: Jungle Climber, as K. Rool states that he hates bananas. Template:BossKing Krusha K. Rool is an alter-ego of King K. Rool and the final boss of Donkey Kong 64. Chunky Kong fights fifth. As King Krusha K. Rool, K. Rool wore a pair of large overalls and boxing gloves. Eddie the Mean Old Yeti voiced by Kenyu Horiuchi. È il seguito della trilogia originale di Donkey Kong Country per il Super Nintendo, che si svolge dopo gli eventi di Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble!. Each time, K. Rool will slam more times, and the time he allows Tiny to enter his shoe will decrease. K. Rool will have his gloves up in a guarding position, throwing a few jabs at him. After being distracted by Candy Kong in a brief cutscene, Funky Kong delivers the final blow to the Kremling King with a mechanical boot. In the initial versions of Donkey Kong Country as well as its sequels, his voice clips were reused from Krusha. The first time one of the Kong's time expires, Cranky will appear at the edge of the arena to scold them, attempting to demonstrate how to fight to them, but throwing his back out in the process. During this battle, K. Rool attempts to punish the Kongs by running into them, jumping on them from above, tossing his crown, and summoning a downpour of cannonballs, presumably from the ship's mast. "[49][50] Fans responded to K. Rool's inclusion in Super Smash Bros. King K. Rool appears in Donkey Kong Country as the final boss. After doing this twice, he grabs his bottom, still in pain from his battle with Lanky. Donkey Kong and King K. Rool were tied in votes. K. Rool is also somewhat of a dirty fighter, often collapsing in the middle of combat and making it seem like he has been defeated, onl… Template:BossKing Krusha K. Rool is an alter-ego of King K. Rool and the final boss of Donkey Kong 64. Krusha appears as his alter-ego Kruncha in this game, and just like other members of the Kremling Krew during this time, he patroled Crocodile Isleto prevent Diddy and Dixie from saving Donkey Kong. [16] To gain access to this level, players must collect every bonus token and present them to Klubba, a muscular Kremling who guards the Lost World, which is heavily implied to be the Kremlings' place of origin. Donkey Kong fights first. Stylish, slaughtering half of them. The fight began. Super Smash Bros. You can fix this by either throwing another barrel to place another peel, which will make the first one fade away and its barrel reappear or by playing on one of the music pads and having the first barrel re-spawn at the cost of the quarter melon that K. Rool will take by crushing Lanky. [2][3] K. Rool is currently voiced by Japanese voice actor Toshihide Tsuchiya, who also provides the voice of Funky Kong.[4]. Left, Krusha! Golden Gullet - King K. Rool rushes forward like a feral beast and attacks with a belly-first lunge. Here he steals the Kongs' banana hoard and must be fought on his pirate ship, Gangplank Galleon. As well, it will take one more hit to damage the toe sufficiently. ScrewAttack placed the character at number nine on their list of Top 10 Nintendo Villains, noting that "What makes King K. Rool such a joyful villain is his blend of classic cartoonish style by looking at the fourth wall and playing dress-up on occasion and a menacing edge that shows when the battles get intense. Rool is the hot-tempered leader of a group of crocodilian raiders known as the Kremlings, who have crossed paths with the Kongs on many occasions. King “Krusha” K Rool said, for K Rool was now wearing a crown, and was dressed in a blue boxing outfit, shoes, and boxing gloves. Each new Kong begins with maximum health. After this, the victory cutscene and credits roll. I meant, right!" 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. He also had a pair of pink shoes with a hole in one of them. The Seattle Mariners' baseball stadium, Safeco Field, in Washington is currently emblazoned with adverts for Splatoon. [30] K. Rool's moves are based on his various appearances throughout the Donkey Kong series, including his crownerang from Donkey Kong Country, his belly flop from Donkey Kong Land, his blunderbuss from Donkey Kong Country 2, his propellerpack from Donkey Kong Country 3, his boxing gloves from Donkey Kong 64, and a Donkey Kong 64-inspired Final Smash that involves K. Rool firing his Blast-o-matic laser. [12] This ship later appears as the introduction stage of Donkey Kong Country 2, and again as a sunken ship in Donkey Kong 64. King Krusha K. Rool is the main and final boss that Donkey Kong and the gang encounter in Donkey Kong 64. When Lanky moves to one of the sides of the ring and presses one of the buttons with his impressive reach, a pad will rise up directly outside the ring, and a barrel will appear on it. In almost every episode of the show, King K. Rool always tries to steal the Crystal Coconut with his minions by using tricks, but always fails whenever Donkey Kong comes in and banana slams him and his minions. Much like in his original appearance, K. Rool would attempt to trick the Kongs by playing dead. In later appearances, K. Rool's attire changes depending on which persona he is masquerading as. Who will win!? In Donkey Kong 64 and the Game Boy Advance ports of the Donkey Kong Country trilogy, K. Rool's voice was provided by former Rare developer Chris Sutherland. "The only enemies at a wedding, Klump, are the in-laws." This act of disobedience resulted in K. Lumsy bein… At the same time, Chunky's Hunky Chunky barrel appears in the middle of the arena. [19] Once they reach the castle, they are shocked to learn that K. Rool has been the true mastermind behind the plot. King K. Rool voiced by Ben Campbell and 5 others. He shares good chemistry with Kritter and King Boo, and bad chemistry with the Kongs and Bowser. Inka Dinka Doo voiced by Lawrence Bayne and 1 other . King K. Rool is the demented and unbalanced main antagonist of the Donkey Kong series and the older brother of K. Lumsy. When he took on the alias of Kaptain K. Rool, he traded in the cape for a brown trench coat and the crown for a pirate hat. ... Krusha voiced by Len Carlson and 2 others . At the start of the fight, K. Rool begins bouncing off the ropes on the sides of the ring and turns invisible. As of Donkey Kong Barrel Blast, King K. Rool is voiced by … ", "Donkey Kong Country 3 :: SPEED RUN (0:52:47) by MorKs #AGDQ 2014", "Donkey Kong Country 3 Alternate Final Boss Knaulitus + True Ending", "Donkey Kong 64 SPEED RUN in 0:53:40 by Cfox7 (Awesome Games Done Quick 2013) N64", "Microsoft Acquires Video Game Powerhouse Rare Ltd", "Beta versions of Diddy Kong Pilot and Banjo Kazooie GBA now leaked and preserved", "All the Super Mario Odyssey Easter eggs and secrets you might have missed", "New Super Smash Bros. Update Adds Tournaments, King K. Rool Costume", "Super Smash Bros. [29] He is a playable character in Super Smash Bros. Here he resides in Kastle Kaos, and takes on the role of a helipack-wearing mad scientist, aptly named Baron K. Roolenstein. (The mine cart crashes.) He landed in the ring. King K. Rool is a playable unlockable newcomer character in Super Smash Bros. In Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, an outfit bearing his resemblance was made available for download as a Mii fighter costume. [22], Rather than just kidnap the other Kongs and steal bananas, King K. Rool decides to take a more barbaric approach by planning to blow up Kong Isle with his "Blast-o-matic" laser. After the Kongs infiltrate K. Rool's Hideout Helm, shut down his Blast-O-Matic machine, and reach K. Rool's throne room, K. Rool attempts to escape the mechanized Crocodile Isle on his airship, the King Kruiser II. Rool! This is first implied in Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest by Klubba, who says that K. Rool mistreats the Kremlings. [23] K. Rool wears his traditional King attire for the majority of the game, but in the final battle against the Kongs, he wears a boxing outfit under the ring name of King "Krusha" K. Rool and does battle with them in front of his Kremling subordinates. To appear at the corners of the arena [ 21 ] the name `` K. Rool utilizes electricity technology! As a main character in the center of the Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong 's Double Trouble Foot! 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