Ultimate reveal trailer, titled "Best Friends". It is Kaptain K. Rool 's giant airship, which was used for taking away Donkey Kong. [21] The name Krematoa is likely derived from the volcanic island Krakatoa. So the evil lonbado abducted Sodoma, to amest the growth of the life. King K. Rool from the Donkey Kong games will be used here, and King Pig from the Angry Birds games will be used. Find with pleasure and nostalgia the arcade online version of this mythical game and try to release the damsel in distress, held prisoner by the angry monkey "Donkey Kong". —Cranky Kong in Donkey Kong Country 2 GBA. 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. Boomstick: Though Croc can takes hits from the likes of Batman, K. Rool takes constant abuse from DK, the moon punching ape, and his crew daily, with little to no injuries! King K. Rool will get his Crystal Banana and King Pig his Megatron form (But not the Star Wars transformations). K. Rool's first playable appearance outside of the Donkey Kong series was in Mario Super Sluggers. Will they succeed or will the Croc reign supreme? It's gonna be a heavyweight fight to remember. [12] This ship later appears as the introduction stage of Donkey Kong Country 2, and again as a sunken ship in Donkey Kong 64. Apparently, he got some help! [27], In the Super Mario Odyssey level New Donk City, there are several street name signs that reference Donkey Kong characters, including K. Which croc will win? Genuine legend of video game, Donkey Kong gave birth to Mario, the famous mascot of Nintendo, and more generally to the platform games. Green Kroc is thought by some to be Skurvy's counterpart to King K. Rool's general, Klump. This spoof features all animals. "[40] Game Rant listed K. Rool at number eight on their list of the 'Top 10 Most Iconic Nintendo Villains', stating "We've been waiting patiently for K. Rool to pop up in one of Retro's Donkey Kong Country games, but at this point, we'd settle for a spot on the Super Smash Bros. roster instead. Is King K. Rool cruel enough or will Feraligatr prove that it is the true croc king? Bring back K. From DK: King of Swing onward, K. Rool was redesigned with a more cartoony appearance with brighter green skin, a smaller and less bloodshot eye, no tail, a tan-colored underbelly and a smaller crown. The franchise consists mainly of two game genres, but also includes additional spin-off titles of various genres.. [28], In the Super Smash Bros. series, K. Rool initially appeared as a collectible trophy in Super Smash Bros. Melee and every title since. 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. King K. Rool appears as a main character in the Donkey Kong Country animated series, portrayed by Canadian theater actor Benedict Campbell. Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble! Diddy Kong, also known as Diddy, is a young male monkey or spider monkey, the secondary main protagonist of the Donkey Kong franchise, Donkey Kong's sidekick and nephew. Green Kroc also had a (rare) habit of slipping back to his native tongue. Crocodile Isle is the place Diddy and Dixie adventured through in Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest and Donkey Kong Land 2 to save Donkey Kong from the Kremling Krew. [42][43][44] Additionally, many fan conducted polls had found King K. Rool to be a highly requested character in the Smash Bros. Rockkrocs were the main enemy in that stage (the only other being Klaptrap which was found in fewer numbers). During both boss fights, K. Rool utilizes electricity and technology to torment the Kongs. This final boss fight has five rounds due to there being five playable characters. An alternate backstory for Croc detailed him as a kung fu warrior who spent his days street-fighting in his pursuit of fame, using his impenetrable hide to aid him in his battles. King K. Rool. First appearing in the 1994 video game Donkey Kong Country for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, he has been described as being "to Donkey Kong what Bowser is to Mario. Donkey Kong is relaxing while eating bananas in his treehouse when Diddy pops in for a visit to ask if he wants to see something before accidentally slipping on one of the peels littered around the treehouse. Since his debut in 1994, King K. Rool has received a mostly positive critical reception. Donkey Kong Wiki is a FANDOM Games Community. 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. Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble! [29] He is a playable character in Super Smash Bros. ", "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. Crocodile Isle, also goes by Crocodile Rock, is a ship commanded by King K. Rool in the game Donkey Kong 64. King K. Rool appears as a main character in the Donkey Kong Country animated series, portrayed by Canadian theater actor Benedict Campbell. The name "K. Rool" is a play on the word "cruel", a reference to his malevolent nature. In the episodes Green Kroc did appear, in he was usually aiding Skurvy in one of his many schemes to steal the Crystal Coconut. Rockkrocs dwell in one section of Donkey Kong Island: the Monkey Mines; specifically, the stage Stop & Go Station. Boomstcik: It's time for a DEATH BAATTTTTTLLLLLLEEEEE! This cutthroat croc is the Bowser to DK's Mario - but rather than kidnapping a princess, King K. Rool’s villainous act which kicked off the events of Donkey Kong Country was stealing Donkey Kong’s horde of bananas! The ship shows Kremkoins, his logbook, and his various portraits as a pirate on Gangplank Galleon. "[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. Green Kroc was voiced by Dan Hennessey during the entire run of the show. This is an attempt to deceive the player, as he gets back up soon after and must be jumped on a few more times before the battle truly ends. [34] All three characters celebrate their reunion with Banjo and Kazooie, who have connections to the Donkey Kong universe via Diddy Kong Racing and Rare.[35]. One day, Croc partook in a three-way-fight with Storming Ox and Thundering Rhino, a battle which ended in a complete standstill. "[1] He is depicted as unstable, adopting different personae and titles and utilizing a variety of weapons to his advantage. I already made banana cream pie for DK, so I was thinking of other banana-centric dishes… which led me to Bananas Foster! Halfway through the battle, K. Rool feigns defeat, causing the game's "Kredits" to roll. 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. Rockkrocs are completely invincible in the stage under green light; Donkey and Diddy Kong cannot avoid or attack them at all. His aliases include Kaptain K. Rool, Baron K. Roolenstein and King "Krusha" K. Rool. 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. [15], Kaptain K. Rool is fought a second time in Krocodile Kore, a volcano located in the Lost World of Crocodile Isle. This time he kidnaps both Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong, imprisons the Queen Banana Bird, and heads to the Northern Kremisphere. 2. Prior to becoming king, K. Rool was a pirate on a ship that got shipwrecked in Krem Quay. Donkey Kong Country novel An individual Rock Kroc appears as one of King K. Rool 's lieutenants at the end of the Donkey Kong Country novel. Wiz: Donkey Kong. [10] When asked what the K in "K. Rool" stands for, Mayles stated: “It was just a way of making him seem more important, that he'd added it to inflate his ego,” joking that "it could have been something tonal like 'Kremling' or something deliberately out of character, like Keith.”[11], King K. Rool appears in Donkey Kong Country as the final boss. Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest. Fighter Ballot, an online survey Nintendo held to determine future DLC contenders. The sc… the time has come for one final showdown with King K. Rool, and this is an all kong on deck situation. That should put him close to Bane's level of strength, and Bane knocks Croc around every time they meet. 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. It's time, Nintendo. After being defeated for a second time, K. Rool is chased around the North Kremisphere by the vengeful Queen Banana Bird. A large pirate ship is docked at the rocky coast of Crocodile Isle. Ballot Community Exit Polls", "Survey Sample Says Shovel Knight and King K. Rool are Leading the Smash Ballot", "Perception of Smash DLC in Japan, Redux", "Donkey Kong villain King K. Rool is in Super Smash Bros. [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. Ultimate Adds King K. Rool, Donkey Kong's Rival", "Super Smash Bros. This disguise complements the pirate motif of Donkey Kong Country 2. Help in the transition, Tiny Diddy, Slim, Chubby and Strong Donkey Island save themselves to play because Kong! Rool! Ultimate, becoming the third character representative for the Donkey Kong franchise. Crocodile Isle has a dark and murky environment with lots of pollution and barrenness, as evidenced by the dead trees, mining, toxic waste, and garbage. [33] This trailer continues where K. Rool's trailer left off, showing the Kremling King sleeping in Donkey Kong's treehouse alongside his nemeses. Donkey Kong is a series of video games featuring the adventures of a gorilla called Donkey Kong, conceived by Shigeru Miyamoto in 1981. The Kongs confront Kaptain K. Rool aboard the Flying Krock, a flying machine that hovers above Crocodile Isle. High quality Donkey Kong accessories by independent designers from around the world. [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. This was caused by K. Rool's pollution and waste of natural resources. CoolZDane's spoof of Nintendo's Donkey Kong Country animated TV series. The flow… It is the place where the Kremlings originate and where King K. Rool reigns. [31] In his weekly Famitsu column, series director Masahiro Sakurai stated that K. Rool was selected to join the roster because he "received a ton of votes" in the Smash Bros. Despite the fact that Green Kroc was a minion of Kaptain Skurvy, he did not appear in many episodes. 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. King K. Rool planned on using this island to destroy DK Isles unless the Kongs can make it to the end in time. His reveal was accompanied by a pre-rendered and gameplay trailer titled "The Rivals. Green Kroc was one of Kaptain Skurvy's shipmates and a recurring antagonist on the Donkey Kong Country animated series. His left eye, while retaining the tic from the games, which is no longer bloodshot. [2][3] K. Rool is currently voiced by Japanese voice actor Toshihide Tsuchiya, who also provides the voice of Funky Kong.[4]. His first appearance was Donkey Kong Country. This iteration of K. Rool has slimmer proportions, a smaller cape, and no tail. [6] His overall design in Super Smash Bros. Details File Size: 13935KB Duration: 12.740 sec Dimensions: 498x284 Created: 12/20/2019, 11:08:46 PM [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. 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! And gorillas can be up to ten times stronger than a human. This is a short story when king croc and Donkey Kong fight each other on the star fox ship. [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. A large sculpted crocodile hea… He also appears in several Donkey Kong games following Microsoft's acquisition of Rare in 2002,[25] including Donkey Konga, DK: King of Swing, Donkey Kong Barrel Blast, and DK: Jungle Climber. After Funky Kong is captured by the Kremlings, King K. Rool orders them to use a painful "truth machine… 1. In later appearances, K. Rool's attire changes depending on which persona he is masquerading as. Mario vs. Donkey Kong 2: March of the Minis, https://donkeykong.fandom.com/wiki/Green_Kroc?oldid=59971, Despite his name, Green Kroc was not green; he was instead a greyish-black color (similar to the color of. Donkey Kong Country: Rumble in the Jungle Rool. Shortly after the Kongs board the Gangplank Galleon, Diddy stomps Rock Kroc's head, causing him to collapse (unlike in Donkey Kong Country). Here he resides in Kastle Kaos, and takes on the role of a helipack-wearing mad scientist, aptly named Baron K. Roolenstein. The penultimate boss in Donkey Kong 64, King Kut Out is a giant, inanimate piece of cardboard modeled after King K. Rool. Battle will take place in a gladiator … King K. Rool is an anthropomorphic crocodile from the Donkey Kong Country spin-off of the Super Mario series. But the lombado lived in the darksome comer didn't like the darksome comer didn't like the world full of green grass and bloomy flower. He shares good chemistry with Kritter and King Boo, and bad chemistry with the Kongs and Bowser. 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. In most episodes, K. Rool attempts to steal the Crystal Coconut, an ancient relic that is said to possess extraordinary power. In the game's storyline, Donkey Kong requested for him to protect their Banana Hoard overnight, while he takes a nap. In most episodes, K. Rool attempts to steal the Crystal Coconut, an ancient relic that is said to possess extraordinary power. 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. An unstoppable force of nature, a boxer, and former antagonist of Mario. For every powerful hero there is, there's always an equally powerful force of treachery to rival him or her. Jumping over them mer… "[49][50] Fans responded to K. Rool's inclusion in Super Smash Bros. All orders are custom made and most ship worldwide within 24 hours. After being distracted by Candy Kong in a brief cutscene, Funky Kong delivers the final blow to the Kremling King with a mechanical boot. [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. 3. 1 Description 2 Interlude 3 Feraligatr 4 King K. Rool 5 Pre Death Battle 6 Death Battle 7 Results Pokemon VS Donkey Kong! He was also one of the main antagonists in the movie of Donkey Kong Country: Legend of the Crystal Coconut. Rockkroc's main method of attack is to rapidly run back and forth. K. 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. Donkey Kong 64 is an exciting travel platformer game road game Donkey Kong Country 1999-3 was introduced back, where King is called Rule skip the chaos Blaster is the new weapon events and is followed by Ware Kong Island. [38] On her list of 'The Top 25 Most Powerful Nintendo Villains', Ashley Glenn of Comic Book Resources stated that K. Rool is not only "iconic," but "he's also one of the few villains that does something new every game we see him in. [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. It serves as a major location and is always seen across from DK Isles. [32], K. Rool, along with Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong, are featured prominently in Banjo and Kazooie's Super Smash Bros. 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. Krack Shot Kroc, known as Krack-Shot Kroc in the SNES release, is the twenty-fourth level in Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble! He is the recurring main antagonist of Donkey Kong. 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. 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. He is accompanied by his two Kremling henchmen, Klump and Krusha, who appear in the Donkey Kong Country video game as generic enemies. Here he steals the Kongs' banana hoard and must be fought on his pirate ship, Gangplank Galleon. [20], Baron K. Roolenstein is battled twice; first in Kastle Kaos, and again in the Knautilus, a submarine that is located in this game's hidden world, Krematoa. 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. Boomstick: Enter King K. Rool, Donkey Kong's version of King Dedede or Bowser. Frantic Factory Lobby: This lobby leads to the stage Frantic Factory. [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. [24], In addition to his primary roles in Rare's Donkey Kong Country games, King K. Rool appears in Donkey Kong Land, Donkey Kong Land 2, Donkey Kong Land III. "[41] Playtonic Games, a development team containing many former Rare employees, campaigned for his inclusion as Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U downloadable content. Green Kroc was one of Kaptain Skurvy 's shipmates and a recurring antagonist on the Donkey Kong Country animated series. [45][46][47][48] On August 8, 2018, King K. Rool was finally confirmed as a playable character in Super Smash Bros Ultimate. 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. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Donkey Kong (DK) is a fictional gorilla character of the Donkey Kong and Mario video game franchises. He is the strongest right-handed batter in the game, but has poor stamina and fielding. 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. As he is cleaning, though Donkey Kong slips on a peel and slides into the elevator, causing it to c… As the name points out, it is an airship with the shape of a crocodile's … K. Rool resembles an overweight crocodile with an infected, bulging eye. It is assembled by a group of Kremlings to present a final, desperate resistance against the Kongs when they're looking for the penultimate Boss Key in Creepy Castle (the last one is guarded in the office of K. Rool himself). [14] He wears a pirate costume resembling that of real pirates during the Elizabethan era, complete with a large black hat, frilly robe, and a blunderbuss as his weapon of choice. [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. and the fourth level of K3. Rated: Fiction T - English - Adventure/Humor - Diddy Kong, Donkey Kong, King K. Rool, Team RWBY - Chapters: 18 - Words: 82,433 - … Much like in his original appearance, K. Rool would attempt to trick the Kongs by playing dead. Ultimate ANALYSIS - King K. Rool Reveal Trailer (Secrets & Easter Eggs)", "Banjo-Kazooie Coming to 'Smash Ultimate' As DLC In Fall 2019", "Banjo-Kazooie Confirmed For Super Smash Bros. Green Kroc is, apparently, of French descent, as evidenced by his French accent. He was also one of the main antagonists in the movie of Donkey Kong Country: Legend of the Crystal Coconut. Fighter Ballot. He states that, "I'd have gotten away with it, if it weren't for you meddling kids", a reference to Scooby-Doo. Apparently, he's trying to steal all the bananas ol' DK hoarded. Crocodile Isle directly contrasts with Donkey Kong Island, which features a thriving ecosystem and plentiful wildlife. Ultimate is based on this appearance, but with elements taken from his previous design, such as his tail, golden belly plate and dark green skin. King K. Rool easily outclassed Killer Croc in all subjects, from strength, speed, durability to even weapons, Croc was horribly outclassed. The Flying Krock is the seventh world of Crocodile Isle in Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest, as well as the sixth world in Donkey Kong Land 2. Donkey Kong is peak gorilla. [51][52][53], Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest. [18], Following the events of Donkey Kong Country 2, K. Rool goes into hiding due to the destruction of Crocodile Isle. [19] Once they reach the castle, they are shocked to learn that K. Rool has been the true mastermind behind the plot. High quality Donkey Kong inspired Mugs by independent artists and designers from around the world. [13], In Donkey Kong Country 2, K. Rool is given the "Kaptain" moniker and kidnaps Donkey Kong. Ultimate", "Random: Smash Fans Thank Sakurai For Adding King K. Rool To Ultimate", "King K. Rool fans offer heartfelt thanks for Super Smash Bros. He was designed by Steve Mayles, an artist who worked at Rare and brother of Donkey Kong Country designer Gregg Mayles. 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!. Let's end this debate once and for all. Kremling Krew. He turns out okay and jokes about bruising his posterior, which DK takes as a hint that he should clean up before anything else happens. [36] This iteration of K. Rool has slimmer proportions, a smaller cape, and no tail. Ultimate by sending series director Masahiro Sakurai a thank you letter. Wiz: Alright the combatants are set! Leaked beta footage shows K. Rool wearing an aviator outfit. "[37] K. Rool's appearance in Donkey Kong 64 was ranked number 85 on New York Magazine's list of '100 Hardest Video Game Bosses'.