In the show, his personality is relatively the same as in the games: bossy, megalomaniacal and slightly clumsy. Kutlass | Rayquaza | President Koopa | KritterKase himself moves the opposite direction to grab some of the things his King will need. 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. Banzai Bills | Ninja Kong | Origin Iguanagon | Nastasia | Super Mario Bros. vs Akame ga Kill! King K Rool was a huge favorite to get into Super Smash Bros for years and now he’s finally playable in Ultimate. Big Guy the Stilted | Chomps | King Olly | However, Japanese material (such as the intro of the Japanese Game Boy Advance version of Donkey Kong Country 2) also portray Kaptain K. Rool as a disguise, and thus the trophy description is merely an error. Incineroar | Bugzzy | Kalimba | In combat, K. Rool usually uses his size and strength, trying to tackle, crush, and even leap onto opponents. On top of wannabe zoner spam King K. Rool is/has: Super Armor on fucking everything even his FUCKING TAUNTS, how the hell do I even keep track of his belly armor because I can’t wait to Skewer these dazed fucks His cameo in the trailer indirectly references the final battle with him in Donkey Kong 64, due to the Boxing Ring being the primary setting for the trailer. In Donkey Kong Country and Donkey Kong Land, using his trademark attack, King K. Rool attacks Donkey Kong or Diddy Kong by taking off his crown and throwing it at them, which can boomerang back to him. Baron K. Roolenstein is later fought at K Rools Last Stand[sic], located in the Lost World. MB | Rabbid Kong |  The latter explanation is supported in the Donkey Kong Country manual which states the Kremlings coveted the bananas for their nutritional value, and Palutena's Guidance which states that Kremlings like bananas. The ship ends up being knocked to the ground and destroyed by a recently released K. Lumsy. Skuttlers | So in other words, if you were throw a fast ball at him King K. Rool's first appearance in a Mario game is in Mario Super Sluggers. Elec Man | Yaridovich | Aside from simple strength, K. Rool displays very few powers until Donkey Kong 64, originally simply using gadgets and weaponry in battle. Bumpety Bombs | Tabuu | Midbus | Hooktail | In Donkey Kong 64, K. Rool possessed an ominous and low voice provided by Chris Sutherland. Both Donkey Kong 64 and Super Smash Bros. Melee imply that K. Rool is somewhat insane and demented. He responds by saying that he "won't be aboard when that happens" before he pushes past them, escaping. Raphael the Raven | Necky | Turks (Elena, Reno, Rude, Tseng) Elder Princess Shroob | Mack | Torkdrift | Greedy Tyrant, Kaptain K. RoolKap'n K. RoolBaron K. RoolensteinMaster of the Kremling KrewKing Krusha K. RoolThe Kremling Commander, KingPirate captainScientistBoxerWrestlerDictator, Superhuman strengthSuperhuman speedSuperhuman agilitySuperhuman staminaSuperhuman durabilitySuperhuman leapingFire breath (formerly)Handling explosivesExperienced using a blunderbussInvisibilityFlight (with his propeller pack)TeleportationIntimidationBoxingWrestlingVarious weapons and vehiclesScientific know-howEngineeringCunningSchemingThrowing his crown and boxing glove like a boomerang. Lamp Scam Snifit | Chaos Kin | 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. Toadies | Shadow Bugs | K. Rool has a very low tolerance for the incompetence of both Krusha and Klump, to the point where, in one episode, he mutters to himself "Do I really want the Crystal Coconut this badly?" This is in contrast to how, King K. Rool's alter-egos in the last two installments of the original SNES. Here, his role is the same as the game: he is the main villain and he steals Donkey Kong's banana hoard, but in addition to fighting Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong, he also fights Mario and Yoshi, who are also present in said arcs. This is mentioned by Klubba in Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest, who says that K. Rool mistreats his minions. Solon | Burt the Bashful | Metal Sonic | Risky Boots | TheftAttempted murderPiracyKidnappingAttempted genocideExtortionAbuse of powerTortureTerrorism for example he can reflect projectiles back to the opponent. Unfortunately for K. Rool, his heist is a failure, as he steals the bananas when the Kongs are home, so they easily track him and his Kritter minions down. ~ King K. Rool. In the final world, also named The Flying Krock, Diddy and Dixie engage in a boss fight against K. Rool in K. Rool Duel. Kammy Koopa | Allies: Guts Man | Did you play DK 64? Reznor | Spark Man | When Dixie and Kiddy enter Kastle Kaos near the end of their adventure, they battle KAOS a second time. 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. During the battle, Donkey Kong must use his charge attack to attack K. Rool while also watching out for K. Rool charging or hitting into him. His pitching is also a bit above average. Tabuu | Kalypso | King Zing | King K. Rool, under the guise of Kaptain K. Rool, was also featured in the magazine's Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest comic special, appearing at the beginning of it to taunt a captured Donkey Kong. Wolf O'Donnell | Waluigi, Trophies/Spirits/Stickers Booster | K. Rool himself only appears near the end of the comic in the "Lost Land". Natah | Kritters | Gravity Man | Smorg | Donkey Kong Jr. | King K. Rool (who has gone by many aliases) is the main antagonist of the Donkey Kong franchise. King K. Rool's physical appearance is slightly altered from his video game counterpart. Calamity Ganon | Chaos | Julius | Crazy Hand | In Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest, K. Rool (under the alias of Kaptain K. Rool) kidnaps Donkey Kong and stows him away in Crocodile Isle, demanding the banana hoard as a ransom.