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. After Funky Kong is captured by the Kremlings, King K. Rool orders them to use a painful "truth machine… He is first encountered atop Sun Sun Island, where he and his entourage of four Kritters steal the five Crystal Bananas from the banana alien Xananab. Clear Classic Mode with Link, being the 1st character in his unlock tree. His plan to blow up the DK Isles with his Blast-O-Matic shows how unbalanced he is. The ship shows Kremkoins, his logbook, and his various portraits as a pirate on Gangplank Galleon. A final tip for King K Rool has to do with his downward throw. The series also expanded 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 nefarious pranksters. King K. Rool’s perfect Echo Fighter is… Lord Fredrik . (or King K. Rool with his King K. Rool Cannon.) Like in Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble!, Baron K. Roolenstein can be fought by Dixie and Kiddy Kong in Kastle KAOS after KAOS is destroyed permanently. 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. In 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. K. Rool's full Japanese name roughly translates to Kingu Kura-sa Kurūeru, it sounds like "King Crusher Cruel". He is so good at playing dead that sometimes the credits even roll as he lies there, feigning defeat. Very early concept of King K. Rool of when he was known as "Krudd" alongside an early concept of Krash. After Baron K. Roolenstein's defeat, the body of KAOS would drop from the ceiling of Kastle KAOS and crash into the ground. [citation needed], Donkey Kong 64 revealed that K. Rool has a younger brother named K. King K. Rool, in his most common appearance, wearing a crown, gold wrist bands and a red cape. Baron's eyes are exactly the same as King's and Kaptain's. In Challenge Mode, he will try to stop Mario, Donkey Kong, and the gang in Donkey Kong's stage by using his green, red, blue, and brown Kritters to challenge them. He even uses a scepter with a large gem to bat with to show of his regal-like stature. However, this phenomenon was quite common throughout the game. Superhuman durability: K. Rool has great resistance, he was able to resist multiple blows, defeats and was even able to survive being eaten by sharks. After Boomer's machine awakens the ancient volcano in Krematoa, a submarine, the Knautilus, will rise from beneath the volcano's lava. This is the only time he steals something other than the Banana Hoard or interested in world domination. K. Rool is a giant, greedy glutton with a serious eye tic. It's a … It appears that K. Rool was somewhat prepared in switching his "job" between each of the. Funky Kong - In the DK Jungle, save him from the Hammer Brother. 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. His "brother", Kaptain K. Rool, made an appearance in the game Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest. In Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble!, K. Rool was seemingly replaced as Master of the Kremlings by KAOS: a robotic entity, created by K. Rool. They loved the sea as much as Y/n does, perhaps it's to do with the fact that their attacks are water-like when they're in dragon form? King K. Rool is the demented and unbalanced main antagonist of the Donkey Kong series and the older brother of K. Lumsy.2 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. 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 lead to failure. Here, Diddy and Dixie saw K. Rool in the midst of torturing Donkey Kong. Once on the ground, KAOS' body would release Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong, who had been kidnapped by Roolenstein to be used as living batteries for KAOS. As the end boss of DK: King of Swing, K. Rool must be defeated in two battles. Other Magical Bananas have been shown to have sentience having eyes and wings, they are capable of flight and producing Bananas. 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 partner is, oddly, Bubbles, the hero of the game Clu Clu Land. When he becomes Baron K. Roolenstein, he wears a white lab coat and has a propeller on his back. Pulling on this pipe would cause a barrel to appear, which would need to be thrown at Roolenstein. After a long battle, in which Diddy managed to do damage to K. Rool by hurling Kannonballs back into his blunderbuss (which would explode when clogged), Donkey Kong managed to break free of the bonds that held him and uppercut K. Rool out the front window of the Flying Krock. (with regard to including a disproportionate amount from the recent Nintendo made bongo games) The trophy of K. Rool himself is of a version of the king NOT made by Rare. K. Rool appeared in 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. As Baron K. Roolenstein. 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 caused chaos in Camp Hyrule by creating a massive earthquake. K. Rool's wrist bands were more detailed instead of being plain gold, as is his crown. King K. Rool is the demented and unbalanced main antagonist of the Donkey Kong series and the older brother of K. In the end, Donkey Kong finally managed to beat K. Rool after a long difficult battle. He can actually move faster on his feet then with the helicopter), and also, through the use of a remote, he could send blasts of electricity at Dixie Kong and Kiddy Kong. In DK: Jungle Climber, K. Rool appears as the main antagonist. K. Rool has repeatedly tried to steal Donkey and Diddy's Banana Hoard for reasons that are not fully understood but involve starving the primates to death and occupying DK's Treehouse (effectively making him King of DK Island). Thus, we can conclude that they are separate characters. Krunch was ordered to spy on Diddy Kong and his allies, who were believed to be hatching some sort of anti-Kremling plot. Kaptain K. Rool. Superhuman strength: K. Rool has a vast superhuman strength, which he often uses to hit or tackle his opponents. K. Lumsy's name is a pun on the word “clumsy”, which he proves to be during King K. Rool's attempted escape. Helps out a lot if you meet a K. Rool spammer or if you want to gimp his combo game. The results of the fighter ballot have not been released thus far, so it is unknown where K. Rool placed at in the ballot, but after K. Rool's inclusion in the next game, Sakurai has confirmed K. Rool received a ton of votes on the in ballot in the West. Immediately after exiting his cell, K. Lumsy noticed an airship flying through the sky. It is likely K. Rool got launched far away in the crash, but it is unknown where he landed, he either landed in the ocean, blizzard, ranch, or the jungle. If Isabelle pockets K. Rool’s crown, he can’t use that move until he, or Isabelle, dies. 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. After the Kongs permanently shut down K. Rool's mechanical island and the Blast-O-Matic laser weapon, K. Rool tries to escape in a large airship. In this game, K. Rool is fought in a blimp above Big Ape City, where his attacks were mostly the same as his techniques in Donkey Kong Country: running, jumping and throwing his crown (although he did use a new, belly flop-like attack). Share the best GIFs now >>> In the end, K. Rool is defeated by Donkey Kong's Super Duper Simian Slam and the Kongs reclaim their stolen bananas. He's a big croc with a big attitude...and a tiny crown. Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze may not have brought the Kremling Krew back into the picture but the Snowmads are just as worthy adventures for everyone’s favorite tie-wearing ape. In all of K. Rool's artwork he has an imperfect left eye tic, but on Baron K. Roolenstein's artwork, his right eye is the one that is imperfect and with the tic. 1. In the show, his personality was relatively the same as in the games: bossy, megalomaniac, and slightly clumsy. In Donkey Kong 64, King K. Rool possessed an ominous and low Darth Vader-like voice provided by Chris Peil. Lumsy. He is the malevolent king of the Kremlings, the master of the Kremling Krew, and the archenemy of Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong.. King K. Rool has repeatedly tried to steal the Kongs' Banana Hoard for reasons unbeknownst to anyone and has even kidnapped members of the Kong Family on various occasions. King K. Rool (キングクルール, King K. Rool) is a playable character in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.He was announced as a newcomer during the August 8th, 2018 Super Smash Bros. But not before being zapped a few times by his electricity. King K Rool’s counter isn’t as readable as the Fire Emblem characters, but it is harder to use. Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest. He probably could have been Donkey Kong's most trustworthy animal friend. A Kasplat even tried to flee from K. Rool's island in fear of what he might do when he finds out that the Kongs and Snide are conspiring against him. K. Rool is the ruthless, heartless, and mentally unstable ruler of the Kremling race, who has on numerous occasions tried to steal Donkey Kong's Banana Hoard and kidnap the big ape himself and toture him such as imprisoning and/or enslaving him. In Donkey Kong Land III, Baron K. Roolenstein appears as the main antagonist and the Kremling Krew (as well as a rebuilt KAOS) as the secondary antagonists. (this is unclear why he joined them and how he is on Donkey Kong's team). Here K. Rool, along with several Kritters, manage to steal all of the Kong's Golden Bananas. And they've summoned us. King K. Rool (Japanese: キングクルール Hepburn: Kingu Kurūru) is a fictional anthropomorphic crocodile and the main antagonist of Nintendo's Donkey Kong video game franchise, as well as the archenemy of Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong.K. King K. Rool (who has gone by many aliases) is the main antagonist of the Donkey Kong franchise. Eventually, the Kongs managed to recover all eight keys. In Donkey Kong Land 2 for the Game Boy, Kaptain K. Rool, having risen Crocodile Isle from the sea, rebuilt parts of it and re-populated it, succeeds in capturing Donkey Kong again and demanded the Banana Hoard... again. In movies, tics are also commonly associated with characters that developed multiple/split personality disorder. He is also capable of usi… The supreme commander of the Kremling Krew. 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. He demands the Banana Hoard in return for Donkey Kong. Sending several Kremlings to Donkey's tree-house to steal the precious Bananas, the Kremlings encountered little resistance, as the only person guarding them was Diddy Kong. Specifically, after KAOS is defeated a second time, Baron K. Roolenstein appears, stating he built KAOS from his wife's best pots and pans. 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. Like King K. Kamui waved. Throughout his various appearances, K. Rool has used a variety of weaponry. Whereas Mario often squares off against Bowser, Donkey Kong must fight against King K. Rool. Venturing inside the crashed vessel, the Kongs found a boxing arena filled with spectators and K. Rool, as his boxer alias King Krusha K. Rool, ready to fight. In the first stage, K. Rool will summon a huge field of pegs, which Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong must race him through. This act of disobedience resulted in K. Lumsy being imprisoned in a large cage with eight locks. Diddy was actually able to defeat a handful of Kremlings, it was not until Klump & Krusha arrived that he was starting to struggle and eventually get overpowered, Klump & Krusha knocked Diddy aside and sealed him in a barrel, the Kremlings stole the Banana Hoard. In this story, K. Rool sends several members of the Kremling Krew to steal all the bananas on Donkey Kong Island, apparently hoping to starve the Kongs to make them weaker. Crashing into the swampy water of Krem Quay, K. Rool managed to swim ashore to the Lost World. Kaptain Skurvy is a former pillager, curent musician, and forever pirate in heart and famous older brother of Klump Skurvy. Under KAOS' rule, the Kremling Krew proceeded to take over the Northern Kremisphere and imprison the Banana Bird Queen, as well as several of her children, the Banana Birds. K Rool. Even his most powerful followers seem to fear his wrath, as displayed in Donkey Kong 64, when his subtle display of anger results in Armydillo fainting on the spot. As King Krusha K. Rool, K. Rool wore a pair of large overalls and boxing gloves. Engaging K. Rool in battle, the Kremling king used a high-tech blunderbuss that could be used as a vacuum, also allowing K. Rool to move at high speeds, turn invisible, fire spiked Kannonballs and strange gases that could affect the Kongs in bizarre ways (e.g. He also steals Donkey Kong's Golden Banana Hoard. After K. Rool read the letter, the island began to sink and became frightened. Ultimate was that K. Rool will be joining as a new fighter. After this encounter, K. Rool is encountered several more times on the various islands and dimensions of the game, usually appearing to tease Donkey, Diddy, Cranky and Xananab before having one of his Kritter followers power-up with a Crystal Banana and battle them. King K. Rool x Mermaid!Reader ... Kamui and her twin brother Corrin often visited areas associated with water- like the beach. The two Kongs and even King K. Rool starts to cheer at their arrival. Baron K. Roolenstein could later be fought in Donkey Kong Land III in the Lost World. This time, however, instead of backfiring, the gun explodes, flinging K. Rool into a nearby geyser that supplied energy to Crocodile Isle. The reasons for stealing DK's Banana Hoard and kidnapping him are not fully understood since he is a reptile and they do not eat fruit, but official sources state that the reason is that he wants to starve Donkey Kong to death so he can occupy his tree house. In the Donkey Kong Country animated series, K. Rool was voiced by Ben Campbell, while in the Japanese dub of the television series he was voiced by Jūrōta Kosugi. To reach his goal, he has even gone as far as kidnapping Kong Family members such as DK and Diddy. He also uses a type of barrel vehicle in Donkey Kong Barrel Blast. When he took on the alias of Kaptain K. Rool, he traded in the cape for a red coat and the crown for a pirate hat. K. Lumsy was to remain in the cage as punishment for his actions. A notable scene shows K. Rool demand that nobody leaves the Blast-O-Matic until it is repaired. Origins: King. Other shown attacks reference alligator wrestling, rely on his natural bulk and physical strength including a counterattack that relies on his golden scale-armored torso. Mario vs. Donkey Kong 2: March of the Minis, Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, according to character designer Steve Mayles, https://twitter.com/Ghoulyboy/status/1028887321695936513, https://twitter.com/Ghoulyboy/status/1029309065002983424, https://twitter.com/Ghoulyboy/status/1031066675511263232, https://twitter.com/Ghoulyboy/status/1027946702270021638, https://donkeykong.fandom.com/wiki/King_K._Rool?oldid=67760. King K. Rool in Donkey Kong Barrel Blast. Of course, Donkey Kong eventually defeated Army Dillo and recovered the first key. The true reason could be is that he wishes to occupy the tree house as an example of his conquest over Donkey Kong (the current ruler of Donkey Kong Island) and he now considers himself its new ruler by residing in the tree house, or he just likes bananas and is starving (the latter is not actually the case as in DK: Jungle Climber K. Rool confirms that he hates bananas, it is possible he wants to prevent scurvy). 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. However, once inside, the prison was significantly larger in size (and as such could house the massive Kremling). Not likely. As King Krusha K. Rool, K. Rool dons a pair of boxing gloves and is wearing blue shorts. The two Kongs gasp as Dedede jumps around cackling at his joke... only for the real K. Rool to spring up behind him and bat him aside before approaching the now shocked Kongs smugly. Have King K. Rool join the player's party in World of Light.With the exception of the third method, King K. Rool must then be defeated on Jungle Japes. Rated 5 out of 5 by Comicsans126128 from Awesomeeeee!! Both Donkey Kong 64 and Super Smash Bros. Melee imply that K. Rool is somewhat insane and demented. The demented head of the Kremlings and big boss in the Donkey Kong series. Prior to becoming king, K. Rool was a pirate on a ship that got shipwrecked in Krem Quay. At the end of the trailer, however, K. Rool falls from a cliff and a boulder drops down atop the hole he created, reminiscent of Gruntilda's defeat at the end of Banjo-Kazooie. 1 … His eyes also were not connected as they are in the games, and instead are separated. Ultimate. K. Rool would often, with the aid of his henchmen General Klump and Krusha, attempt to steal the mystical Crystal Coconut and use its power to rule Kongo Bongo Island (which was what Donkey Kong Island was called in the show) and possibly the world. These things are awesome and challenging to friends. He took the DK medals that were for the winner of the Jungle Jam Contest in DK: King of Swing and stole the five Crystal Bananas from a banana-like alien named Xananab to take over the universe in DK: Jungle Climber (this the only time he is interested in taking over the world). Ultimate. "Hey Y/n!" Under this new persona, he and the Kremling Krew kidnap Donkey Kong and hold him hostage, leaving a letter for Diddy Kong, telling him to bring the Banana Hoard to him if he ever … If players manage to release the Banana Bird Queen from her imprisonment behind the Banana Bird Barrier, a brief cut-scene of Roolenstein riding away from the Northern Kremisphere in a hovercraft will be shown. This was the first time K. Rool was playable in a game. The resulting explosion buries K. Rool under the huge pile of bananas. Also, he did not fight DK himself. Since K. Rool appeared to be a fairly popular Western fighter request, many fans view his Mii Brawler costume as a "consolation prize" for those who wanted him in the game. K. Rool appears in one of Donkey Konga's mini-games, where the player must bash K. Rool on the head with a Steel Keg while he tries to evade them. K. Rool is the evil leader of the Kremlings who has appeared as one of the most prominent villains of the Donkey Kong series. A large amount of Donkey Kong merchandise depicting K. Rool has also been released. When I read King K. Rool's description, I noticed that it said, "His brother, Kaptain K. Rool, made an appearance in the game Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest." Many of his revealed attacks call back to his appearances in his early games, such as using his crown as a boomerang, his blunderbuss as Kaptain K. Rool, which can suck in and shoot out fighters and projectiles, his helicopter jetpack as Baron K. Roolenstein, a boxing glove on his fist, and the Blast-O-Matic machine as his Final Smash, showing the laser cannon destroying D.K. Donkey Kong Wiki is a FANDOM Games Community. Donkey Kong Country is a 1994 platform game developed by Rare and published by Nintendo for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES). During the battle in Krematoa, Baron K. Roolenstein would also use a fireball-launching cannon to attack. Date published: 2019-03-31. After discovering that Donkey Kong has been kidnapped, Diddy Kong and his girlfriend, Dixie Kong, rush off to save him from Kaptain K. Rool. Unfortunately for K. Rool, the Kongs managed to pulverize his Kremling warriors. Later that year he released his eponymous debut EP. After the short battle, Kroctus retreats to his Flying King Krock where the gang follows him, ending up in a 3-on-3 boxing match between Team Alien and the K. Rool Brothers. These are: Diddy Kong (after he challenged and fought the entire Kremling Krew on his own), Tiny Kong, Lanky Kong and Chunky Kong. Eventually, K. Rool's henchmen succeed in repairing the Blast-O-Matic, just as the Kongs break into Hideout Helm. Genius-level intelligence: K. Rool proved to be very intelligent, being able to edit complex shots. Due to K. Rool clogging the energy geyser, the pressure within it kept building up more and more until it exploded, taking the top of Crocodile Isle with it. It was released on July 31, 2015, as DLC on the Nintendo eShop for purchase. It was only after their battle against KAOS that Dixie and Kiddy discovered that KAOS was nothing but a puppet leader controlled by K. Rool, who was under the moniker of Baron K. Roolenstein. 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 as K. Rool is the strongest of the Kremlings, he abused his strength and intimidation to rise in power and seize the position of king since he does not actually have royal blood nor is he an heir that inherited a sovereign state/region/nation. Has it truly come to that thought the monarch. Think he'll ever have a change of heart? Here, they battled K. Rool in an ancient palace and, once again, K. Rool is defeated when a Kannonball is hurled into his blunderbuss. K. Rool demands that the weapon be fired, despite the warnings that, if it is not fully tested, then it could explode. King. As K. Rool attempted to escape the playful K. Lumsy, the giant Kremling tripped on a large rock, causing K. Lumsy to fall and accidentally swat the King Kruiser II out of the sky. Fortunately, Donkey Kong stumbled upon K. Lumsy's prison and learned of the giant crocodile's plight. In this battle, Roolenstein would simply remain in the back of his vessel, using electric beams and a fireball-launching cannon to attack Dixie and Kiddy from a distance. Once K. Rool is defeated in this battle by hitting him four times, he will refuse to give up, and use the last Crystal Banana in his possession to turn monstrous in size and become even more powerful. But also very muscular, as shown by his toned limbs and broad shoulders. [3] The ship shows Kremkoins, his logbook, and his various portraits as a pirate on Gangplank Galleon. The final battle of Donkey Kong 64 also showed him to be somewhat of showboater, constantly showing-off and making taunting gestures. Once Kaptain K. Rool is defeated on the rebuilt Flying Krock and once Klubba is paid forty-seven Kremkoins, Kaptain K. Rool could be fought again in the Lost World. The keys to these locks were given to various minions of the Kremling king, who were commanded to protect the keys at any cost. Magic: K. Rool is qualified in magic and capable of appealing to many powers. Y/n … King K. Rool, Donkey Kong 64 King K. Rool (often shortened to K. Rool), who has gone under many aliases, is the king of the Kremlings, the leader of the Kremling Krew, and the main antagonist of the Donkey Kong Country series, being the arch nemesis of Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong. When a Jiggy bounced by, Diddy roused K. Rool by popping his snot bubble and the three of them looked around, eventually breaking out the window to see outside. K. Rool, along with his unnamed pet Klaptrap, appear in several of the game's cutscenes, watching the Kongs progress and chastising his own minions' (the bosses of the game) failures. He also had a pair of pink shoes with a hole in one of them. He is currently voiced by Toshihide Tsuchiya in DK: Jungle Climber, Donkey Kong Barrel Blast and Mario Super Sluggers, although he was voiced by Chris Sutherland in Donkey Kong 64. above the clouds and the Banana Fairy Queen who rules over the Banana Fairies), Donkey Kong Country Returns and Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze showcase statues, temples, and illustrations depicting bananas with faces on them and Ancient Kongs worshiping bananas as deities. K. Rool was one of the main characters and antagonists on the Donkey Kong Country animated series. Unfortunately for K. Rool, the ship ends up being knocked to the ground and destroyed by his younger brother K. Lumsy. K. Rool has also used a wide variety of vehicles, from his currently ruined ship, the Gangplank Galleon, to large airships, such as the Flying Krock and K. Kruizer III. If you do not have an account, you need to Register to comment. However, in a December 23, 1999 edition of the Scribes section of Rare's website, Leigh Loveday revealed that K. Rool's "my wife is going to kill me" line was merely "a typically throwaway Vic and Bob reference"[6] meaning he does not actually have a wife (unless his Mad Scientist persona thinks he does as a result of his multiple personality disorder). His tail was shorter and he lacks his bloodshot eye, though one did bulge to large proportions when he was excited or irritated (which was often). His jail was locked with eight locks, and seven of … The article needs to be revised to reflect this. By collecting enough Kremkoins for Klubba, Diddy and Dixie manage to follow K. Rool into the bowels of the Lost World and into Krocodile Kore. Ultimate as an unlockable character. He was to only be released when he learned to be a vicious destroyer who has no sympathies towards the Kong family. 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. Being the curious type, K. Lumsy chased after the plane as if it were a child's toy. [2] 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. Donkey Kong 64 also revealed that K. Rool truly is a tyrant, even striking fear into his own Kremlings and other types of his goons such as Armydillo and Dogadon when they feared what he would do to them if he found out they lost to DK, Diddy, and Chunky. As such, when K. Lumsy was ordered by the leader of the Kremling Krew, K. Rool, to smash Donkey Kong Island during the Kremling invasion, the giant crocodile refused. King K. 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