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I've been waiting a long time for this moment. Soon, Donkey Kong and his pretty little island will be no more.
~ King K. Rool

King K. Rool (who has gone by many aliases) is the main antagonist of the Donkey Kong franchise. He is the malevolent king of the Kremlings, the master of the Kremling Krew, and the archenemy of Donkey Kong, Diddy Kong and the rest of the DK Clan.

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. His name is a pun on the word Cruel, which describes his actions and his personality, his name is also corruption in the world Rule.

K. Rool originally was a pirate on Kremling galleon that wrecked in Krem Quay turning the main port into a salt marsh.[1][2] This fact also shows in Kremkoins, his logbook and his various portraits as a pirate on a sunken ship in Donkey Kong 64.

In the Donkey Kong Country animated series, he was voiced by Benedict Campbell, while in Japanese version of the television series, he was voiced by Jūrōta Kosugi. In Donkey Kong 64, K. Rool was voiced by by Chris Sutherland. In later games since then, he is voiced by Toshihide Tsuchiya, who also voices Funky Kong in the series.

Appearance

King K. Rool

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. 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. When he becomes Baron K. Roolenstein, he wears a white lab coat, a small black wig, and has a propeller on his back. As King Krusha K. Rool, K. Rool wore a pair of large overalls and boxing gloves. He also had a pair of pink shoes with a hole in one of them. Strangely enough, he has shown to have a long tail even though he doesn't in some of his other appearances and sometimes has four toes instead of three as shown in artworks. K. Rool's skin is light green (though some appearances show it as dark green).

He has a large bloodshot eye, muscular arms, and is usually shown with jagged teeth. Originally King K. Rool's underbelly seemed to be covered in a chest plate that was golden in both texture and color. However, in some appearances since DK: King of Swing, his underbelly was changed to no longer look armored and its color went from golden to beige. In Mario Super Sluggers, K. Rool keeps his crown but loses his cape to a slight ancient Egyptian pharaoh design of a collar and loincloth.

King K. Rool has a somewhat humanoid anatomy and a rather short tail. He's rather obese, has an 'outie' belly button, and gynaecomastia, although he has broad shoulders and his arms and legs are clearly bulging with well-toned muscles.

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. In DK: King of Swing, King K. Rool had the highest attack out of all the characters. The brute strength that he possesses may rival or perhaps even surpass that of Donkey Kong and Chunky Kong. In fact, he's tied with Bowser and Petey Piranha for the best batting abilities in Mario Super Sluggers. K. Rool is extremely agile, charging at enemies, jumping as if he can ignore gravity, and in Donkey Kong Land, he even tried belly flopping onto the Kongs.

Personality

As his name (a pun on "cruel") may imply, K. Rool is often bossing his minions through threats and intimidation, often punishing them severely when they fail. K. Rool's personality could be best described as: extremely manipulative, highly insensitive, very hateful, sadistic, baleful, cunning, wrathful, power-hungry, tyrannical, brutal, greedy, truculent, pompous and failure intolerant. Even his most powerful followers seem to fear his wrath, as displayed in Donkey Kong 64 when his subtle display of anger results in Army Dillo fainting on the spot. He doesn't seem to respect his henchmen particularly the Kritters due to their incompetence. Although he does seem to have significantly more respect for his Klaptraps and uses them to push his minions around despite them being smaller. In Mario Super Sluggers, he calls brown Kritter "the dirty under-belly of the Kremling Krew". Despite all of this, however, he and the Kritters have good chemistry with each other in Mario Super Sluggers.

K. Rool is also a somewhat dirty and dangerous fighter. He fakes defeat, often collapsing in the middle of combat and making it seem like he has been defeated, only to rise seconds later and begin fighting again.

He seems to hate the Kongs, calling them "filthy apes" and "monkey brains", because of his greed he doesn't treat his own soldiers better, whom sometimes appear to be loyal to him regardless.

Both Donkey Kong 64 and Super Smash Bros. Melee imply that K. Rool is somewhat insane and demented. This instability might have been shown in Donkey Kong 64 when the Kongs made it to Hideout Helm. The level intro cutscene shows K. Rool panicking and starting the countdown to fire the untested Blast-O-Matic, despite warnings that the machine could backfire, thus killing the Kremlings and K. Rool himself as well. The final battle of Donkey Kong 64 also showed him to be somewhat of a showboater, constantly showing-off and making taunting gestures, usually whenever he lands a hit on one of the Kongs.

K. Rool's greatest weakness is his own incompetence. It is very common for him to be defeated, simply because he keeps making the same mistake in a fight, such as in Donkey Kong Country, when he keeps throwing his crown, allowing Donkey and Diddy to jump on his head.

K. Rool is the ruthless and mentally unstable ruler of the Kremling race, who has on numerous occasions tried to steal Donkey Kong Diddy Kong's Banana Hoard and kidnap the big ape himself. He rules the Kremlings with an iron fist and shows very few 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. 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.

The reasons for stealing DK and Diddy's Banana Hoard and kidnapping DK are not fully understood or consistent. According to Gregg Mayles (designer of Donkey Kong Country and the Banjo-Kazooie series) on Rareware.com's former "scribes" column, K. Rool's motivation for stealing the Banana Hoard is that he wants Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong to starve to death so that he can occupy their treehouse, though why he wishes to do so is even less fully understood since a small treehouse is nothing in comparison to his numerous lairs and hideouts (although it could be an example of his deep insanity), or the true reason could be is that he wishes to occupy the treehouse 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 treehouse. Since Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest he seems to be motivated to destroy all Kongs and their island as revenge for what they did to his island kingdom of Crocodile Isle.

Gregg Mayles also states that K. Rool simply just likes bananas, whilst this is backed up by the manual of the first game stating the Kremlings wanted the Bananas as food, this explanation is later contradicted in DK: Jungle Climber, where K. Rool claims he despises bananas. In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Viridi also believes that he and the rest of the Kremlings enjoy eating bananas just as much as the Kong family but given that Super Smash Bros. as a whole is non-canon, the legitimacy of this remains in question.

As of now, Nintendo themselves have not made any comment on the subject. But it is possible K. Rool originally liked Bananas but came to hate them due to his numerous defeats to the Kong family.

Despite his cruel ways, King K. Kool does have some respect for the Kongs, saying their baseball skills are impressive and he is also willing to team up or play with them.

Strangely, K. Rool appears to no longer speak using words in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, instead he communicates through roars and animalistic grunts. K. Rool keeps most of his arrogant boasting demeanor, he also appears to like picking up fights. Additionally, he now prominently uses his overweight shape and bulkiness as a weapon in battling as many of his attacks involve ramming his opponents with his stomach which is aided by his body armor.

Vehicles

The King Kruiser airships. Clockwise from top: Donkey Kong Country 2, DK: Jungle Climber, Donkey Kong 64, and DK: King of Swing.

K. Rool also uses 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. DK: King of Swing also shows King K. Rool has in his possession a personal hovercraft, which can move quickly and was green in color. He also uses a type of barrel vehicle in Donkey Kong Barrel Blast.

Powers and Abilities

In combat, K. Rool usually uses his size and strength, trying to tackle, crush, and even leap onto opponents. Although, in Donkey Kong Barrel Blast, King K. Rool's attack is a single claw swipe. Additionally, despite his size, King K. Rool can actually be quite swift and speedy in battle (far more so than Donkey Kong, as shown in Donkey Kong Country where he can leap from one end of the Gangplank Galleon to the other in one jump).

In Donkey Kong Country, K. Rool boasts the ability to summon a barrage of large cannonballs to rain down on Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong. In Donkey Kong Country 2, K. Rool can also teleport.

Aside from simple strength, K. Rool displays very few powers until Donkey Kong 64, originally simply using gadgets and weaponry in battle. In Donkey Kong 64, though, King K. Rool displays the ability to create multiple shockwaves by slamming the ground. He can also perform a powerful uppercut after charging at the Kongs, which can knock Chunky Kong high into in the air, even when he's the same size as K. Rool.

In Donkey Kong Country 2 and Donkey Kong 64, King K. Rool displays his ability to turn invisible. This is first seen in Donkey Kong Country 2, where his blunderbuss leaves a trail of smoke puffs, revealing where he is and in Donkey Kong 64, where only his shadow can be seen on the ground when he is invisible.

In DK: Jungle Climber, K. Rool, after being damaged in battle, can turn temporarily invincible (gaining a reddish coloration) and the ability to assume a ball shape and bounce off surfaces rapidly. After being empowered by a Crystal Banana, K. Rool gains a multitude of different powers, such as manipulating the weather, summoning meteors, breathing a barrage of fireballs, and exploding mines.

K. Rool is also shown to be extremely durable. This is most prominently shown in Donkey Kong Country 2, when K. Rool survived tumbling down Crocodile Island before falling into shark-infested waters, and in Donkey Kong 64, when he was pummeled by K. Lumsy.

In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, K. Rool can use the armor on his belly to nullify his opponent's blows, or by using his Down Special Gut Check, reflect projectiles and counter attacks. However, if the armor takes too much damage, it breaks, leaving K. Rool stunned for a few seconds and left exposed. The armor restores itself after K. Rool recovers.

Relations

Family

K. Rool mentions having a wife in Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble!. Specifically, after KAOS is defeated a second time, Baron K. Roolenstein appears, stating he built KAOS from his wife's best pots and pans. It is unknown if K. Rool is telling a joke, or if he actually has a wife. 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 mere "a typically throwaway Vic and Bob reference".

In the episode "The Big Switch-A-Roo" of the Donkey Kong Country animated series, King K. Rool mentions his mother, and in "The Kongo Bongo Festival of Lights" he mentions his "slithering siblings", thus revealing he is not an only child.

In Super Smash Bros. Brawl, King K. Rool's trophy information erroneously states that Kaptain K. Rool is the brother of King K. Rool when in reality, the two characters are one in the same. This lead to misconceptions that they were two different people in the Japanese continuity of the Donkey Kong Country series and that information was left unchanged, most likely because of their lack of knowledge on the series. However, this was later proven to be false and was either an oversight or a tongue-in-cheek description of the character's different identities.

The only other known family K. Rool has is his younger brother K. Lumsy, who was introduced in Donkey Kong 64 and is a crocodile of colossal size. Unlike his older sibling, K. Lumsy is kind-hearted and doesn't wish to harm the Kongs or their island home. K. Rool is disgusted by K. Lumsy's benevolent nature and even locked him up saying that he will never be a true Kremling.

Minions

Quotes

I've kidnapped that lumbering fool Donkey Kong and you will never see him again! Har-har-har-har-har!
~ Kaptain K. Rool
Well, you may have roasted my robot, but I'M the master chef around here, and I reckon it's about time your goose was cooked!
~ Baron K. Roolenstein
I want you to do everything in your power to keep Donkey Kong distracted. Steal that hoard of Golden Bananas he treasures so much and take care of his pathetic friends. This time there can be no mistakes.
~ K. Rool's command to his Kremlings Donkey Kong 64.
I hope for your sake, you're right this time.
~ K. Roll to the Klump having to kidnap four Kongs; Diddy, Tiny, Lanky, and Chunky.
K. Rool: Let's see how that fool Donkey Kong is progressing, shall we? (...) That's right, my scaly friend, the ape hasn't even got his first banana yet! (...) W-what! How did he do that?!
Donkey Kong: Yeah!
K. Rool: Very good, Donkey, but you'll need more than brute strength to stop me this time!
~ K Rool in the Jungle Japes intro.
I've waited too long for this. I won't let those flea-bitten monkeys ruin my plans this time.
~ K. Rool's slight breakdown after Army Dillo's report of failure in the Angry Atzec intro.
I underestimated those Kongs. Their progress is unexpected. Chief technician! I trust the Blast-O-Matic will soon be ready to be activated.
~ K. Rool in the Gloomy Galleon intro.
Guards! Make sure no one leaves until my machine is ready!
~ K. Rool's command to several Klaptraps.
Time to see what those furry freaks are up to and... Huh? Not a Kong in sight. Where are they?
~ K. Rool in the Fungi Forest intro.
I'm surrounded by fools...
~ K Rool's Lion King reference in the Fungi Forest intro.
Those stubborn apes don't know when they're beat. But even they will have to admit defeat after they've tangled with my fiery little pet. Nothing can stop me now. Their island is doomed! Ah, there you are. I trust the Kongs have been dealt with?
~ K. Rool in the Crystal Caves intro.
Fatso, is it? I'd choose my last words more carefully if I were you.
~ K. Rool to a Kasplat in the Creepy Castle intro.
Any last requests?
~ K. Rool
K. Rool: It's the Kongs! Wake up, you fools, and activate the machine!
Chief Technician: B-but it's not fully tested. It might explode and destroy us all!
K. Rool: Don't tell me what I can't do!
Chief Technician: P-please, master, just give us a few more hours...
K. Rool: NO!!! The time has come! Goodbye, DK Isles!!!
~ K. Rool as the Kong family intruded the Hideout.
YEAH!! Thank you!
~ Krusha K. Rool in the Boxing Arena.
By my toothy grin! Who dares to disturb my rest? You fools know who I am, don't you? You think to oppose my glorious girth?! Graw haw haaa! I love it! You deserve a kingly beating! Come on! Graaaw haw haaaaaaaw!
~ K. Rool, Mario Super Sluggers
You think it's a good idea to challenge me? King K. Rool doesn't do anything halfway! Hope you've said your good-byes, fools!
~ K. Rool
What a bunch of misfits! Come back if you ever get the courage to challenge me.
~ K. Rool
I see you fools failed to learn your lesson... If you strike at a king, you must finish him! You'll regret the day you ran into me. Great gravyboats! You saps are pretty good! Graw haw haw! I like your style! I'm going to join your lineup! Come on! It's obvious who's better! Listen up, Kritters! From here on, we're allies! Don't get me wrong! This is ONLY while we're playing baseball!
~ K. Rool joining the Baseball teams.

Audio

Vocals

Themes

  • Gangplank Galleon (DKC)
  • Gangplank Galleon (DKL)
  • Snakey Chantey (DKC2)
  • Gangplank Galleon ringtone (DKC3)
  • Orignal Theme (DK64)
  • Gangplank Galleon (Smash Bros. Series)

Trivia

  • K. Rool's persona, Kaptain K. Rool, is referenced in only one other game besides Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest, albeit obscurely; in Donkey Kong 64, inside the sunken ship off to a corner, there is a book entitled "Kaptain K. Rool's Log Book".
  • Quite obviously, Baron K. Roolenstein, one of King K. Rool's alias' and alter-ego's, is based on Frankenstein, who created Frankenstein's Monster, similarly to how Baron K. Roolenstein created KAOS, except Baron K. Roolenstein didn't use the dead to create KAOS but used Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong as living batteries for KAOS.
  • Cranky Kong mentions in the instruction booklet to the game Donkey Kong 64 that K. Rool had given up his silly disguises. This proved to be true, as he has not gone incognito since Baron K. Roolenstein.
  • K. Rool was featured as the villain of Nintendo's 2003 version of Camp Hyrule. He caused chaos in Camp Hyrule by creating a massive earthquake.
  • Interestingly, K. Rool's name is pronounced two different ways during the first episode of the Donkey Kong Country television series. First, he was referred to as "King Kay-Rool" and then "King Kuh-Rool" shortly afterwards. However, after that episode, the former pronunciation was never used again.
    • According to Rare Ltd. (Developer of many Donkey Kong video games and creators of King K. Rool), "King Kay-Rool" is the correct pronunciation.
  • K. Rool does not have his bloodshot eye in the Donkey Kong Country television series. However, one of his eyes does sometimes bulge out in the series and he even briefly gains a bloodshot eye in the episode Baby Kong after being punched in the face by Donkey Kong.
    • K. Rool's design in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate has been received well by the public and appears to take aspects from both his older and more recent designs.
  • King K. Rool originally had a tail which was eventually removed when his appearance changed in later games after Donkey Konga. However, he regains his tail in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, but its length has been reduced.
  • In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, it was revealed that King K. Rool's golden underbelly from the past games was indeed a piece of armor due to the fact that it can be broken by another fighter in the game.
  • King K. Rool appears to command his Kremling Krew out fear and shows them little respect. This is in contrast to how Bowser commands the Koopa Troop, in which he has occasionally shown them some respect and his minions follow him out of admiration (at least according to Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story + Bowser Jr.'s Journey.)
  • King K. Rool's alter-egos in the last two installments of the original SNES Donkey Kong Country trilogy is very similar to King Koopa's alter-egos from The Super Mario Bros. Super Show.

Navigation

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Kremling Krew
King K. Rool | Kritter | Klump | Kip | Kass | Kalypso | Kludge | Krusha | Kudgel | Congazuma | Kackle | Klaptrap | Klobber | Koin | Kosha | Kerozene | Kopter | Kuff 'n' Klout | Kleever | Mega Amp | Dragon Kremling | Kloak | King Kut Out
Allies: KAOS | Very Gnawty and Really Gnawty | Master Necky and Master Necky Snr. | Queen B. | Dumb Drum | Krow | Screech | King Zing | Belcha | Arich | Squirt | Bleak | Barbos | Army Dillo | Dogadon | Gnawties | Zingers | Armies | Slippas | Neckys

Tiki Tak Tribe
Tiki Tong | Kalimba | Gong-Oh | Maraca Gang | Wacky Pipes | Cordian | Banjo Bottom | Xylobone | Tiki Tong Tower | Tiki Goon | Screamming Pillar | Tiki Buzz | Tiki Pop | Tiki Bomber | Tiki Tank | Tiki Seeker | Tiki Torch | Tiki Boing | Grounder Tiki
Allies: Mugly | Scurvy Crew | Stu | Mole Train | Mangoruby | Thugly | Colonel Pluck | Awk | Toothberry | Squeeklys | Snaps | Chomps | Snaggles | Readybots | Char-Chars

Snowmads
Lord Fredrik | Pompy | Skowl | Ba-Boom | Fugu | Bashmaster | Tuck | Waldoughs | Hootz | Fluff | Lemmington
Allies: Dozy | Buffaloafer | Schnautzel | Swooper Dooper | Ice Dragons

Evil Kongs
Cranky Kong | Donkey Kong | Donkey Kong Jr. | Cactus/Ghastly King | Dread Kong | Karate Kong | Ninja Kong | Sumo Kong | Crazy Kong | Manky Kong | Minkeys | Monkey Robots | Eddie the Mean Old Yeti

Others
Kaptain Skurvy | Green Krock | Kutlass | Fire | Snapjaw | Mario | Wizpig | Krunch | Hogs | Tusks | Roc | Ninjape | Iguanagon | Fire Necky | Sassy Squatch | Davy Bones | B. Locker | Krosshair | Kroctopus | Kong Fu | Smokey the Dragon | Bluey the Walrus | Bubbler the Octopus | Tricky the Triceratops | Mad Jack | Puftoss | Hard Hat | Polly Roger | Chomps | Klubba | Flotsams | Clambos | Hard Hat | Squiddicus | Rabbid Kong

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Koopa Troop
Universal
Bowser | Baby Bowser | Count Koopula | Bowser Jr. | Captain Goomba | Koopalings: (Larry Koopa | Morton Koopa Jr. | Wendy O. Koopa | Iggy Koopa | Roy Koopa | Lemmy Koopa | Ludwig Von Koopa) | Kamek | King Boo | Boom Boom | Pom Pom | Reznor | Burt the Bashful | Salvo the Slime | Roger the Potted Ghost | Koopa Kids | Hoo | Blizzaurus | Army Hammer Bro
Super Mario 64
King Bob-omb | Whomp King | Goomba King
Galaxy armada
King Kaliente | Bugaboom | MegaBug | Peewee Piranha | Topmaniac | Bouldergeist | Dino Piranha | Major Burrows | Prince Pikante | Rollodillo | Glamdozer | Giga Lakitu | Petey Piranha | Gobblegut
Super Mario 3D World
Hisstocrat
Super Mario Odyssey
Mechawiggler | Broodals: (Topper | Harriet | Spewart | Rango) | Madame Broode | Ruined Dragon | Cookatiel | Torkdrift
Mini-Troops
Goombas | Boos | Koopa Troopas | Chain Chomps | Hammer Bros. | Shy Guys | Magikoopas | Lakitu | Toadies | Bob-ombs | Piranha Plants | Bloopers | Wigglers

8 Bit Club
Wart | Mouser | Tryclyde | Birdo | Shy Guys

Paperverse
Koopa Troop (Paperverse)
Paper Bowser | Paper Bowser Jr. | Paper Koopalings: (Larry Koopa | Morton Koopa Jr. | Wendy O. Koopa | Iggy Koopa | Roy Koopa | Lemmy Koopa | Ludwig von Koopa) | Paper Kamek | Kammy Koopa | Paper Petey Piranha | Goomba King | Red & Blue Goomba | Koopa Bros | Tutankoopa | Tubba Blubba | General Guy | Lava Piranha | Huff N. Puff | Crystal King
Mini-Troops
Goombas | Boos | Koopa Troopas | Chain Chomps | Hammer Bros. | Shy Guys | Magikoopas | Bob-ombs | Piranha Plants
The Thousand Year Door
Secret Society of X-Nauts: Sir Grodus | Lord Crump | Shadow Sirens | Doopliss | Shadow Queen
Other
Hooktail | Gloomtail
Super Paper Mario
Count Bleck's Minions: Count Bleck | Nastasia | O'Chunks | Mimi | Dimentio | Mr. L | Brobot
Other
King Croacus | Shadoo | Wracktail | Skellobits: Bonechill | Count Bleck's Father | Francis

Folded Soldiers
King Olly | Handaconda | Paper Macho Soldiers
Legion of Stationery: Colored Pencils | Rubber Band | Hole Punch | Tape | Scissors | Stapler
Other: Lamp Scam Snifit

Smithy Gang
Smithy | Exor | Mack | Bowyer | Yaridovich | Axem Rangers | Blade | Count Down | Domino

Mario & Luigi
Elite Trio
Beanbean Kingdom
Popple | Rookie | Beanies | Mechawful | Sharpea | Troopea | Beanerang Bro | Clumphs | Lakipea

Cackletta and Fawful's faction
Cackletta | Fawful & Dark Star (Midbus, Fawful Express, Fawful Mountain, Super Peach's Castle of Fury, Crawful, Snawful, Chain Chawful, Fawflant, Fawful Guy, Fawfulcopter, Fawflopper, Mawful Mole, Mechawful)
Shroobs
Elder Princess Shroob | Princess Shroob | Sunnycide

Other
Antasma | Belome | Best Fitness Friends | Big Guy the Stilted | Black Jewel | Booster | Chuckolator | Cortez | Count Cannoli | Croco | Culex | Dodo | Donkey Kong | Donkey Kong (Mario VS Donkey Kong) | Draggadon | Foreman Spike | Gooper Blooper | Grouchy Possessor | Grubba | Harsh Possessor | Jojora | Jr. Troopa | Kaptain Skurvy | Kent C. Koopa | King K. Rool | Kritters | Lena | Lucien | Metal Mario | Mario | Mizzter Blizzard | Mollusque-Lancuer | Nabbit | Overset Possessor | Peps | Phantamanta | Portrait Ghosts: (Neville | Chauncey | Bogmire | Biff Atlas | Boolossus | Sir Weston | Vincent Van Gore) | President Koopa | Rabbids: (Phantom of the Bwahpera | Rabbid Kong) | Rawk Hawk | Ricky | Rudy the Clown | Sabasa | Shake King | Shrewd Possessor | Smorg | Squizzard | Tatanga | Three Little Pigheads | Tolstar | Tough Possessor | Tower Power Pokey | Valentina | Viruses | Waluigi | Wario | Watinga | Wingo | Yellow Belly/Helio

Comics
Bowser

Cartoon
Big Bad Wolf | "Crime Wave" Clyde | King Koopa | Robot Princess | Wizardheimer

See Also
Donkey Kong Villains | Luigi's Mansion Villains | Wario Villains

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Subspace Army
Ancient Minister | Bowser | Bullet Bills | Duon | False Bowser | False Diddy Kong | False Peach | False Samus | False Zelda | Galleom | Ganondorf | Goombas | Hammer Bros. | King Statue | Koopa Troopas | Master Hand | Petey Piranha | Primids | Rayquaza | Ridley | Porky Minch | Shadow Bugs | Tabuu | Wario

World of Light
Crazy Hand | Dharkon | Dracula | Galeem | Galleom | Ganon | Giga Bowser | Master Hand | Marx

Playable Characters
Bowser | Bowser Jr. | Dark Pit | Dark Samus | Donkey Kong | Enderman | Ganondorf | Incineroar | Kazuya Mishima | King Dedede | King K. Rool | Koopalings (Larry, Roy, Wendy, Iggy, Morton, Lemmy, Ludwig) | Mario | Meta Knight | Mewtwo | Piranha Plant | Ridley | ROB | Sephiroth | Wario | Wolf O'Donnell | Zombie

Bosses
Crazy Hand | Dark Emperor | Dharkon | Dracula | Duon | Galeem | Galleom | Ganon | Giga Bowser | Marx | Master Hand | Master Core | Metal Face | Metal Mario | Petey Piranha | Porky Minch | Rathalos | Rayquaza | Ridley | Tabuu | Yellow Devil

Assists Trophies/Poké Ball Pokémon
Andross | Arceus | Black Knight | Burrowing Snagret | Chain Chomps | Chef Kawasaki | Darkrai | Deoxys | Devil | Dr. Wily | Entei | Elec Man | Ghirahim | Giratina | Ghosts | Gray Fox | Hammer Bros. | Klaptrap | Knuckle Joes | Kyurem | Lakitu | Lord Nightmare | Metroid | Meowth | Mimikyu | Mother Brain | Palkia | Phosphora | Shadow the Hedgehog | Skull Kid | Spinies | Starman | Unown | Waluigi

Trophies/Spirits/Stickers
Acro | Affinity | Air Man | Akuma | Alraune | Albert Wesker | Amalthus | Andrew Oikonny | Antasma | Aparoids | Aparoid Queen | Arlon | Ashnard | Axel | Baba | Baby Bowser | Babylon Rogues (Jet the Hawk, Wave the Swallow, Storm the Albatross) | Balrog | Banzai Bills | Bass | Big Boss | Bio Rex | Birdo | Black Shadow | Blood Falcon | Bokoblins | Blippers | Bloopers | Bombers | Bomb Man | Bonkers | Boos | Boom Boom | Boom Stompers | Box Boxer | Boxy | Broom Hatters | Bugzzy | Bumpety Bombs | Bulborbs | Burt the Bashful | Byrne | Cackletta | Calamity Ganon | Camus | Cappys | Captain Syrup | Carmilla | Chandelure | Chaos | Chaos Kin | Chargin' Chucks | Claus | Clubberskulls | Colonel Pluck | Condor | Cragalanche | Crash Man | Creepers | Count Bleck | Count Cannoli | Cranky Kong/Donkey Kong (Arcade) | Cut Man | Daphnes | Dark Man 4 | Dark Matter | Dark Mind | Darknuts | Daroach | Deadly Six (Zavok, Master Zik, Zeena, Zomom, Zazz, Zor) | Death | Deathborn | Devil Jin | Demise | Demon King Arzodius | Diggernaut | Dimentio | Dive Man | DJ Octavio | Don Bongo | Donkey Kong Jr. | Dragaux | Dr. Ivo "Eggman" Robotnik | Drill Man | Dry Bones | Eagle | E-123 Omega | Edelgard | Eggplant Wizard | EggRobos | Emerl | E.M.M.I. | Ender Dragon | Erazor Djinn | Father Balder | Fawful | Fiery Blowhog | Fire Man | Flages | Flash Man | Fortitudo | FU | Fynalle | Gangrel | Galacta Knight | Galactic Fiend Kraken | Galaxy Man | Guardians | Garon | Gengar | General Guy | Geese Howard | Gharnef | Ghasts | Ghosts | Gleeok | Goda | Gold Bone | Golems (Kirby) | Golems (Dragon Quest) | Gomorrah | Gooper Blooper | Gordos | Goro Akechi | Gravity Man | Great Reaper | Grief | Gruntilda | Guts Man | Hades | Hard Man | Hawke | Heihachi Mishima | Helmaroc King | Hewdraw | Hooktail | Hoopa Unbound | Hot Heads | Ice Man | Igor | Infinite | Ing | Inspired | Iori Yagami | Iridescent Glint Beetle | Iron Golems | Jade Face | Jeanne | Jin | Jin Kazama | Julius | Juri Han | Kalypso | Kamek | Kammy Koopa | Kanden | Karate Kong | Kass | King Bob-omb | King Boo | King Dice | King Dodongo | King Hippo | King Knight | King Olly | Kip | Kludge | Knight Man | Kracko | Kraid | Kritters | Kuma II | Kyle Merkulov | Leon Powalski | Lethiniums | Liquid Snake | Loptr | Lord Fredrik | Lurchthorns | Lyon | MB | M. Bison | Magnamalo | Magolor | Mahvas | Majora | Malladus | Malos | Master Belch | Master Kohga | Mecha Ridley | Medeus | Medusa | Megontas | Meta-Knights (Axe Knight, Javelin Knight, Mace Knight, Trident Knight, Blade Knight) | Metal Man | Metal Sonic | Metroid Prime | Mimicuties | Moblins | Mockiwis | Moley | Monoeyes | Mouser | Mr. Frosty | Mr. L | Mr. Sandman | Mr. Shine and Mr. Bright | Mugly | Nabbit | Napalm Man | Natah | Necrozma | Nihilego | Nightmare | Nina Williams | Ninja Kong | Noxus | Nruffs | Nutskis | O'Chunks | Octoman | Octoroks | Olaf | Ornes | Pandora | Panther Caroso | Paper Bowser | Parasite Queen | Paz Ortega Andrade | Peckish Aristocrabs | Phantom Ganon | Pico | Piglins | Pigma Dengar | Pigmasks | Plague Knight | Plasma Wisps | Plasm Wraith | Pom Pom | Pompy | Poppy Bros Jrs. | Princess Shroob | Quaggled Mireclops | Queen Metroid | Queen Sectonia | Quick Man | Rabbid Kong | Rabbids | Raphael the Raven | Reapers | Redd | Rhea | Revolver Ocelot | Riku | Risky Boots | Rockys | Rodin, the Infinite One | Roger the Potted Ghost | Rouge the Bat | Roxas | Rufus Shinra | Ryuichi and Ryuji | Sagat | Scarfies | Scurvy Crew | Shadow Beasts | Shadow Man | Shadow Queen | Shaft | Shake King | Sheegoth | Shield Knight | Shotzos | Shroobs | Shy Guys | Sidesteppers | Sigma | Sir Kibbles | Skeletons | Skull Man | Skuttlers | Slash Man | Slimes (Dragon Quest) | Slimes (Minecraft) | Smoky Prog | Snake Man | Snowmads | Solidus Snake | Space Pirates (Kid Icarus) | Space Pirates (Metroid) | Spark Man | Specknoses | Specter Knight | Spire | Squeakers | Starmans | Stu | Sword Man | Swooping Snitchbug | Sylux | Tacs | Tatanga | Thanatos | The Devil | The Skull | Therion | The Three Mage-Sisters (Francisca, Flamberge, Zan Partizanne) | Tiki Tak Tribe (Kalimba | Gong-Oh | Maraca Gang | Wacky Pipes | Cordian | Banjo Bottom | Xylobone) | Tiki Tong | Top Man | Trace | Travis Touchdown | Turks (Elena, Reno, Rude, Tseng) | Turret Tusk | Twinbellows | Twinrova | Ultimate Chimera | Vaati | Validar | Vega | Viridi | Viruses | Vivian | Vorash | Waddle Dees | Waddle Doos | Walhart | Walkys | Wart | Weavel | Wheelies | Whispy Woods | Whomps | Wigglers | Wind Man | Wollywog | Wood Man | Xord | X-Parasites | Yaldabaoth | Yuga | Yveltal | Zangief | Zant | Zero | Zingers | Zoda | Zurees

Others
Ansem | Billy Kane | Chang Koehan | Choi Bounge | Dr. Coyle | Dragonborn | Master Xehanort | Ryuji Yamazaki | Saïx | Solon | Spiders | Springtron | Team Rocket Grunts | Vanitas | Xemnas | Yiga Foot Soldiers

References

  1. About Krem Quay: K. Rool proves he's pirate and not a sailor with yet another wrecked ship. Be careful or you'll get sunk in his swamp along with it!" - Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest Nintendo Power Player's Guide, page 20
  2. About Krem Quay: Yet another Kremling Galleon has sunk here in Krem Quay. Once the port of Crocodile Isle (as if anyone would really want to visit), the place is now a swamp, crawling with rats and other vile vermin. Some of the underwater action here is particularly gloomy, so you'll need a friend with a light to show you the way." - Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest instruction booklet, page 21
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