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Donkey Kong – Cranky and Wrinkly Kong's grandson, Diddy Kong's uncle and best friend, Candy Kong's rumored boyfriend and the ruler of DK. A page for describing Characters: Donkey Kong: Kongs. Donkey Kong and his merry band of ape friends and relatives, who frequently assist him Diddy Kong. Chunky Kong. She first appeared in Donkey Kong Tiny appears in several of Funky Kong's mini-games Diddy and Dixie would often had to save her.
In DKC, he'll beat his chest and roar into the distance. In DK64, he'll swat a fly before eating it. In Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freezehe pulls out a 3DS and plays a random game. At the end of Returns, he weaponizes the moon. In the Mario Baseball series, he uses a boxing glove when batting, while his baby self uses a banana.
Immune to Mind Control: In Donkey Kong Barrel Blast, all of his stats are balanced. Usually when something awesome happens, but also when riled up as with real life apes. A good example is right before the final boss in Returns. Donkey Kong and Diddy are pissed. As mentioned above, Cranky Kong was the first Donkey Kong before giving the title to the current one.
Despite his size, he's actually quicker than one might think, especially in Jungle Beat. This classification is even pointed out in a Super Smash Bros. And the obvious inferences from the fact that the games are intense platformers, and DK's primary attack is a somersault.
Brawl and Super Smash Bros. His name is meant to indicate both his stubborn behavior Donkeyand his massive size Kong.
At the end of Donkey Kong Country Returnshe punches the moon out of orbit! In Mario Party 5, he rarely gives one to Bowser when someone lands on the latter's space. In Mario Karthe falls under the "heavy weight, high top speed, low acceleration" weight class. In the SNES trilogy, he's slower than Diddy, but able to hurt larger enemies that would just laugh off an attack from the smaller primate. A master of this.
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If you intend to put him down, you best damn well use everything you have at your disposal out of the gate and double-tap to be sure. In Mario Super Sluggers, their chemistry is neutral. They even share a special victory animation with each other in the Sochi and Rio olympic games. He is a gorilla, so he often pounds his chest, as an Idle Animationa Victory Pose or a taunting move. Real Men Wear Pink: His blue alternate costume since Super Smash Bros.
Brawl gives him a pink tie. The Mini Donkey Kongs and their variants from the Mario vs.
Donkey Kong series qualify. In the Donkey Kong Country series. Donkey Kong 64 has him do a swinging kick by default but you can still make DK roll if want. If Diddy is on his back Donkey Kong can roll further too. Other media like Super Smash Bros. One of his custom moves in Super Smash Bros.
It takes less time to charge than his standard Giant Punch, but deals less damage and lacks super armor. In "Jungle Climber" he can use crystal stars to basically become invincible and to fly Super Strength: He can carry and throw barrels easily, break through entire hordes of enemies with only his fists, and once punched the moon out of the sky see Megaton Punch.
The only characters in the Mario franchise and spin-offs who might be stronger, let alone come close, are Bowser and Petey Piranha, and the only Kong to be stronger than him is Chunky Kong. Mind you, this is including the likes of Mario and Wario, who can generally pummel creatures dozens of feet tall or weighing in hundreds of pounds with no issue.
Diddy Kong performs several cartwheel attackswhich is true to his abilities as a playable character in the Donkey Kong Country and Donkey Kong Land series of games. Upon reaching Big Ape City, Diddy Kong is eager to find a way to infiltrate the factory, despite the high numbers of Kremling security guards. Overhearing some guards speaking, the Kongs discover that Funky Kong is being kept in the factory. After locating and breaking open Funky's cell, Diddy Kong assists Donkey Kong in clearing some Kremling guards using barrels.
Upon inspecting his damaged plane, Funky draws a map for Diddy, explaining where to find the factory's supply room for a replacement waterpump. Diddy Kong traverses over several catwalks to reach the store room, where he encounters a Klap Trap. Diddy Kong lodges a barrel into the Klap Trap's large mouth, allowing him time to escape with the water pump. After the Kongs from the factory in the barrel plane, Donkey Kong has the idea to jump from the plane and onto King K.
Although afraid, Diddy Kong joins him in entering the zeppelin and defeating several Kremlings using cartwheels, double jumps and barrels. After re-entering the plane, Donkey Kong compliments Diddy Kong on how well he fought the Kremlings, and all the Kongs share a laugh as they watch the planted TNT Barrels explode onto the Kremling's factory.
In most of the episodes, Diddy usually is seen watching over the Crystal Coconut with his buddy, Donkey Kong. Diddy Kong's physical appearance in the game is very similar to his appearance in Donkey Kong Country, which is a red shirt before it's yellow stars on it and a red hat. Diddy is voiced by Andrew Sabiston during the entire run of the series. Sabiston had previously voiced Yoshi on the Super Mario World television series seven years earlier.
Timber needs Diddy Kong's help to get rid of him. Diddy Kong, Timber, and their friends, eventually manage to drive off Wizpig and release those who are under his mind control. Diddy is a balanced middleweight racer in the game with no major strengths or weaknesses. Diddy Kong drives a blue vehicle in this game, and his top speed without bananas is 56 mph.
In this game, he has to save Timber's Island again from Wizpig. His girlfriend, Dixie Kong, and her sister, Tiny Kong are also playable. Diddy Kong's stats are the same as his in Diddy Kong Racing. Diddy Kong has low speed, but a good boost and handling. His rival is Kipand is one of the six characters playable at the start of the game. In the beginning of the game, King K. Rool, attempts to attack Donkey Kong Island to seek revenge.
Rool's weapon, the Blast-o-Matic is damaged after the new Crocodile Isle crashes into a small island. To buy time to repair his weapon, K. Diddy is eventually freed from captivity in Jungle Japes by Donkey Kong early on in his journey.Donkey Kong Country Tropical Freeze - All Characters
Rool by collecting red bananas and coins and using his abilities gained from Cranky, as well as his electric guitar from Candy and his popguns from Funky. Rool is defeated by the Kongs in a wrestling match. The method for defeating him permanently involves a plan by Funky and Candywhich Funky brings a shoe gun to kick him out of the ring. In the Monkey Smash multiplayer mode, Diddy has four selectable colors: Mario Golf series[ edit ] Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour is the first game in the Mario series to feature Diddy Kong, and also the first to feature a Donkey Kong character besides Donkey Kong himself.
He is a playable character in the game, appearing as Donkey Kong's partner. Diddy Kong briefly appears in the opening of this game.
In the Castle Club's Royal Room, he is seen looking at a bowl of bananas.
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Golf clubs and a ball based on him are available at the shop, and so are clothes themed after him, where Miis can purchase them from there or by participating in tournaments. His costume can be unlocked if all Star Coin challenges in the Sky Island course are completed. Some of his voice clips are recycled from Donkey Kong Mario Kart series[ edit ] Mario Kart: Diddy Kong appears in Mario Kart: His special weapon is the Giant Banana.
This item is shared with Donkey Konghis partner. His personal kart is the Barrel Train. When the player crosses the finish line to start a new lap or to finish the race, Diddy can be seen in the crowd cheering. He appears as an unlockable, playable character. Diddy is classified as a middleweight character. He is unlocked by winning the 50cc Lightning Cup or by playing races. Diddy Kong is a staff ghost for course Maple Treeway. Diddy features a small acceleration and drift bonus while getting a strong mini-turbo bonus.
Diddy Kong is one of three Kongs who appear in this game. The other two are Donkey Kong and Funky Kong. In this game, he and Donkey Kong find a pair of bongos. The two take it to Cranky Kong. Diddy tries to play it while Donkey Kong claps. Rool also appeared in Mario Super Sluggers his first appearance in a Mario game as an unlockable character along with DonkeyDiddyand Funky Kong as well as one of his Kritters.
He uses his magical staff as a bat. A Mii Fighter costume based on K. Rool's design appears in Super Smash Bros. Rool's right hand men in the Donkey Kong franchise. He appears in the literature and the TV series under the name General Klump.
They first appeared in Donkey Kong Country as enemies, either as purple or brown Kremlings with ammo belts, black boots and strong green army helmets. They typically march back and forth. They are invincible to Diddy jumping on them, due to having helmet protecting them. They can only be defeated by Diddy's cartwheel, Donkey Kong's roll and ground slap attack, Donkey Kong jumping on him, or having a barrel be thrown at them. According to the manual for Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Questthe Klumps appeared as their pirate alter-ego Kannon.
In this game, they wore earrings, a large belt, pirate boots, black eye patch and a large black hat with a human skull and crossbones.
They are armed with cannon where shoot barrels and cannonballs forward or downward. Without their helmets, Klump are now vulnerable to Diddy and Dixie's attacks. In Donkey Kong 64Klump re-appeared and are depicted as much larger enemies and an odd pink coloration.
Their army belt pockets also face the sides instead of the front. They attack by throwing green unripe Orange Grenades at the Kongs, and the only way to defeat them is by using a shockwave attack or by throwing an Orange grenade of their own.
When defeated, they give out a salute and fall over. Klump now has a bucket on his head, along with ammo pants and has a brown skin coloration. He shares stats with his rival Lanky Kong.
Klump was to be a playable character in the cancelled Diddy Kong Pilot, which later became Banjo Pilot. Rool's second-command and general and is one of the main characters. Originally described as a tough military-man like exterior, he actually has quite the soft side to his personality with him befriending Dixie Kong and helping her to find her pet lobster Thermidor in the aforementioned episode, "Klump's Lumps".
His skin color is also different compared to the games, with him sporting varying shades of green between seasons. They appear in the sequel in pirate gear as Krunchas.
Like the previous game, they cannot be defeated with regular attacks, attempting to attack them will result in Krucha becoming enraged and red, they can only be defeated with an animal friend, a cratea barrel or with Diddy and Dixie teaming-up.
Krushas do not appear in "Dixie Kong's Double Trouble! However, similar enemies known as Krumples appear in their place. Krusha appears as a secret playable multiplayer character in Donkey Kong Similar enemies known Kasplats appear in the main game. While Krusha doesn't appear in Donkey Kong Barrel Blasta similar blue skinned character by the name Kludge does appear. BrawlKrunchas and Krumples are mentioned in Kludge's trophy description.
Rool's henchmen and goes together with Klump as the show's comic relief. He is voiced by Adrian Truss. In the first game they are usually seen either walking or jumping, Kritters known as Krashes appear riding minecarts in the eponymous minecart stages, as their name suggests, they are hazards that try to crash into the player. As with most of the Kremlings in Diddy's Kong Quest, Kritters were dressed as pirates and are outfitted with peglegs. Those who walk are named Klomp and have one peg, while the jumpers are named Kaboing and have two.
The Kritters in "Dixie Kong's Double Trouble" appear to be genetically altered, the walkers named Kobble have extra muscles added, while the jumpers named Re-Koil actually bounce on their spring-loaded tails. A single leather jacket wearing kritter known as Krunch appears as a playable character in Diddy Kong Racing.
In Donkey Kong 64Kritters are redesigned and appear sporting similar leather jackets to Krunch, as well as belt buckles with skulls on them. Two specific Kritters are seen piloting K. Rool's Mechanical Island, chasing after one of the Kongs, and serving as referees during the final battle. Krashes also reappeared in Donkey Kong 64, however they were redesigned to be much more muscular, as well as wield clubs to smack the Kongs with.