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The kongs

From left to right: Diddy Kong, Donkey Kong, Dixie Kong, Funky Kong, Cranky Kong, Wrinkly Kong and Swanky Kong.

The following is a list of characters featured in the Donkey Kong series of video-games made by both Rare and Nintendo as well as the Donkey Kong Country TV series.

Major Kongs

Cranky Kong

Cranky Kong (クランキーコング Kurankī Kongu?) is an elderly ill-tempered ape, known for his scathing, fourth wall-breaking commentary. Introduced in Donkey Kong Country, he has appeared in a number of Donkey Kong games, primarily as a reluctant adviser to Donkey Kong and his various simian pals (in game and in the instruction manuals), as well as running minigames and tutorials. His wife was Wrinkly Kong.

Cranky is the original Donkey Kong character featured in the 1981 arcade game:[1] The current Donkey Kong (introduced in Donkey Kong Country) is Donkey Kong Jr.[2][3]

As his name implies, Cranky is perpetually bitter about many things and complains about them to anyone who gives him even the slightest acknowledgment. He is mostly angry about the state of modern video games, once going so far as to complain about how many bits and bytes are used up to simply animate his swinging beard. Every time he sees any such thing he seems to fondly recall his heyday in which he was an 8-bit character with only three frames of animation.

In Donkey Kong Country on the SNES, Cranky's main purpose was to distribute helpful hints about the game's many stages to Donkey Kong and his sidekick Diddy Kong whenever they dropped by his cabin. Donkey Kong Country 2 saw him play a similar role, although this time the player would have to provide enough banana coins to buy specific hints. In Donkey Kong Country 3 he was the player's opponent in a throwing minigame at Swanky's Sideshow; in the Game Boy Advance versions of Donkey Kong Country 2 and Donkey Kong Country 3, he hosted several minigames, and was briefly playable in one of them.

Donkey Kong 64 saw Cranky deal out potions that granted each of the five playable Kongs special abilities and could be purchased at Cranky's Lab. He also hosted the Jetpac game, and would let you play it after earning 15 Banana Medals. Achieving 5,000 points in Jetpac earned you the Rareware Coin, which was required to beat the game.

Cranky also made cameo appearances in Super Smash Bros. Melee and Super Smash Bros. Brawl, as well as appearing in Donkey Konga and its sequels. His most recent appearances have been dispensing tips in DK-King of Swing and DK Jungle Climber, in Donkey Kong Barrel Blast where he served as a fully playable character for the first time (aside from the Dojo minigame of Donkey Kong Country 3's Game Boy Advance port), and in Donkey Kong Country Returns, where he runs various shops that sell items and helps the player by giving hints and tips when they leave his shop.

Cranky was a regular on the Donkey Kong Country animated series. He was still as senile as in the games, but without his fourth wall-destroying comments. His cabin was where the Crystal Coconut, the mystical bauble that made DK the future ruler of Kongo Bongo Island (as DK Island was called on the show), was kept. Often, Cranky mixed potions, somewhat prefiguring his Donkey Kong 64 role. He was voiced by Aron Tager, and in the Japanese dub by Ryūsei Nakao.

Candy Kong

Candy Kong provides various services for the Kongs throughout the different games. Candy Kong first appeared in Donkey Kong Country providing save point stations throughout the game. Her second appearance was in Donkey Kong 64; in this game, she provided instruments for DK and company to use against the Kremlings and gives the Kong family more watermelons which increase the player's life. She wore headphones, a pink short-sleeve top, pink short shorts, and some footwear. She also makes a brief appearance in DK-King of Swing, and is seen cheering on the player's characters. She wore a pink bikini top and short shorts, and her torso was redesigned (this appearance has remained in subsequent games). She also makes a brief cameo appearance in the GBA remake of Donkey Kong Country 2 and Donkey Kong Country 3. In Donkey Kong Country 2 she appears as a model on Swanky Kong's quiz show, and she wore a purple dress. In Donkey Kong Country 3, she appeared in one of the challenges of Funky's Rentals as one of the people who had to be rescued from the Kremlings, who were kidnapping the Kongs. She also made a brief appearance in Donkey Kong Barrel Blast in the mode Candy's Challenges and allowed the players to collect up to a total of 1,000 bananas and to win the tracks in first place.

Candy was also a regular on the Donkey Kong Country animated series as well. She was voiced by Joy Tanner. However, in the series, she looked completely different from the pink-clad blonde seen in the games. Also, on the show, she worked at the barrel factory run by Bluster Kong, her boss, who constantly hit on her. Candy sometimes had a goal of buying the factory. From time to time, she had lunch with Donkey Kong. This version of Candy also showed off a very quick temper.

Candy Kong is Donkey Kong's girlfriend, as said in Super Smash Bros. Brawl and also Donkey Kong Country: Legend of the Crystal Coconut. Some hints in the game about their relationship are that in Donkey Kong Country, Candy Kong always blows a kiss at Donkey Kong whenever he comes to save the game (although she also does this with Diddy Kong). Another clue is that you will find a picture of Candy Kong in Donkey Kong's house and a picture of Donkey Kong on a heart shaped rug in Candy's house, as seen in Donkey Kong 64. In 2007 Games.net ranked Candy Kong #2 on their list of "Top Ten Disturbingly Sexual Game Characters".[4]

Chunky Kong

Chunky Kong is a Western lowland gorilla weighing 2000 lbs and is one of the playable Kongs in the game Donkey Kong 64. Chunky is the older brother of Kiddy Kong and cousin of Dixie Kong and Tiny Kong. He was freed by Lanky in the level Frantic Factory. Before he was freed, he indicates that he does not like heights. Despite his brawny build, he acts somewhat cowardly and childish. One example of this is when the player selects him in the barrel, he gets scared, shakes his head 'no' and tries to convince the player to choose Tiny Kong instead (although when not highlighted in the "select spotlight," he is shown to be more enthusiastic about being selected; this, however, could be reverse psychology). His weapon is the Pineapple Launcher, his instrument is the Triangle Trample, and the potion enables him to do Hunky Chunky, turning gigantic, Primate Punch, unleashing a very powerful punch which can smash down some doors and walls, and Gorilla-Gone, turning temporarily invisible. He can carry boulders and other heavy items that the other Kongs cannot carry. It should be noted that it was Chunky, with a combination of the "Hunky Chunky" and "Primate Punch" abilities, who defeated K.Rool in the last boxing match in Donkey Kong 64. He appears as a sticker in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. He also made a brief cameo appearance in the GBA remake of Donkey Kong Country 3, in the third challenge of Funky's Rentals, where he was one of the Kongs that he had to be rescued from the Kremlings' kidnapping threat, along with other characters such as Candy, Tiny and Cranky Kong. In Donkey Kong: Barrel Blast his weapon, the Pineapple Launcher, is an item that can be obtained in an item balloon and follows the player ahead of you until it hits them.

Diddy Kong

Main article: Diddy Kong

Dixie Kong

Dixie Kong is Diddy Kong's girlfriend, who first appeared in Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest as Diddy Kong's sidekick. Dixie later made the starring role of Donkey Kong Country 3. While she did not return in Donkey Kong 64, her sister, Tiny Kong, served as her replacement. Her next time featured as a playable character was in Donkey Konga 2 on the Nintendo GameCube, a bongo rhythm game. She appeared once again in the Japan only Donkey Konga 3. She is also a playable character in Diddy Kong Racing DS and DK Jungle Climber for the Nintendo DS, DK King of Swing for the GBA, Mario Superstar Baseball for the Nintendo GameCube, and Mario Super Sluggers and Donkey Kong Barrel Blast for the Wii and Mario Hoops 3-on-3 for the DS. Dixie is remembered by her ability to twirl her hair to float downwards. Dixie Kong has secured her place as one of the main Donkey Kong characters and appears 3rd only to Donkey and Diddy. Like Diddy, she also appears in the Donkey Kong Country TV series.

Donkey Kong

Main article: Donkey Kong (character)

Donkey Kong Junior

Donkey Kong Junior, also known as DK Jr. or simply Junior, is the protagonist of the 1982 arcade game of the same name and the son of the original Donkey Kong. In terms of character design, Junior is essentially a child version of his father, but wears a white singlet with a red letter "J" written over it. His objective in the game is to save his father, who is being kept in a locked cage by Mario. He returns in the 1994 Game Boy remake of Donkey Kong, where he teams up against Mario with his father, who is once again holding Pauline captive. Junior has also appeared as a playable character in the original Super Mario Kart and Virtual Boy game Mario's Tennis, as well as a hidden character in the Nintendo 64 version of the similarly named Mario Tennis. He also got his own education game in the form of Donkey Kong Jr. Math for the Nintendo Entertainment System. Other appearances by Junior includes the Game & Watch games Donkey Kong Jr. (in wide-screen, tabletop and panorama versions) and Donkey Kong 2, as well as the Game & Watch Gallery series compilations for Game Boy. He also appears as the physical appearances of the transformed king of World 4 in the Super NES and Game Boy Advance versions of Super Mario Bros. 3. Donkey Kong Junior had his own segment in the first season of Saturday Supercade and was voiced by Frank Welker. Like his father, he even had his own cereal.

According to Rare, the developers of Donkey Kong Country, there are multiple Donkey Kongs, and the modern one who appears from Donkey Kong Country onward is actually a grown-up version of Junior himself.[5] In Super Smash Bros. Brawl, a codec conversation between Solid Snake and Otacon says that the current Donkey Kong is the original Donkey Kong's (Cranky Kong) grandson.

The character Diddy Kong was going to be an updated version of Donkey Kong Junior. However, Nintendo did not like this idea, suggesting either to give him his old look or make him a new character. Rare chose the latter and Donkey Kong Junior became Diddy Kong.[6]

Funky Kong

Funky Kong usually supplies services to the Kongs such as allowing them to go back to worlds they have previously completed in the game. However, in Donkey Kong Country 3, he took on a different role as a watercraft merchant, allowing Dixie Kong and Kiddy Kong to reach new areas of the game world. In Donkey Kong 64, Funky switched jobs yet again to become the ammunitions expert of the group. He supplied various weaponry and upgrades to the Kongs, and donned camouflage clothing, goggles and a large rocket on his back in favor of his old board shorts and sunglasses. He took back on his "surfer" appearance in later games. He is also a playable character in Donkey Kong: Barrel Blast, as well as in multiplayer modes of DK King of Swing and DK Jungle Climber.

Funky was also a regular on the Donkey Kong Country cartoon, where he was voiced by Damon D'Oliveira. An obvious difference one might notice is that the cartoon version of Funky had tan fur as opposed to the brown fur his video game counterpart had. He was also given a Jamaican accent. However, like his game counterpart, Funky is keen on surfing (although we never see him doing it), and like in the first game, he runs his own airline service. He often talks about karma and is the best dancer on the island. Funky is obviously not fond of adventuring or fighting the Kremlings. Nor is he keen on doing very much work; he often tries to take the easier way out of a situation, or just leave it up to DK and Diddy. Funky also appears as an unlockable heavyweight character in Mario Kart Wii, his first appearance in a Mario game. His victory cry of "yeah" at the end of the race is remarkably similar to the famous catch-phrase of American rapper Lil' Jon. His next appearance in a Mario game was in Mario Super Sluggers for the Wii, where he was a playable character along with the other Donkey Kong characters.

Kiddy Kong

Kiddy Kong, known as Dinky Kong (ディンキーコング Dinkī Kongu?) in Japan,[7] is a giant infant gorilla that was created by Rareware. He was introduced in Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble! as Dixie's sidekick and toddler cousin. Their mission was to solve a series of mysteries in the Northern Kremisphere and find their missing friends Donkey and Diddy. He is a sturdy toddler with lots of strength and is said to be a lot like Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong in a way as he seems to always get in trouble. He was also playable in Donkey Kong Land III where he joins Dixie in her quest to prove herself worthy by finding the fabled lost world before DK, Diddy, and the Kremlings. He did not appear in Donkey Kong 64 but was mentioned in the manual as being the baby brother of Chunky Kong. He was slated to appear in Donkey Kong Racing before it was canceled and so far has yet to appear in any games since then. His abilities included water skipping, being able to roll farther to make longer than average jumps, and throwing Dixie high out of normal jump reach, with Dixie being able to throw him and guide his fall to break platforms and unveil hidden secrets.

Lanky Kong

Lanky Kong is a Sumatran Orangutan who is a distant cousin to the Kong family. Lanky's first appearance was in Donkey Kong 64 as one of the game's five playable Kongs. He was freed by Donkey Kong in the Angry Aztec level in the Llama's Temple. His weapon is the Grape Shooter, his instrument is the Trombone Tremor, and the Potion enables him to do OrangStand, walking on his hands to climb steep slopes. Baboon Balloon allows him to inflate himself to reach higher areas, and OrangSprint allows him to run really fast on his hands. In the level, Gloomy Galleon, he can transform into Enguarde the Swordfish when he enters the Enguarde Crate.

Lanky Kong also makes a cameo in the GBA port of Donkey Kong Country 3 in one of Funky's minigames.

Lanky appears in his spin-off debut, Donkey Kong Barrel Blast as one of the Kongs. He is one of the unlockable characters.

Note that in Donkey Kong Country there was an orangutan enemy called Manky Kong similar to Lanky in both appearance and name. It is unknown if they have any relation or if Lanky Kong was based on Manky Kong.

Lanky Kong appears as a trophy in the game Super Smash Bros. Brawl.

Tiny Kong

Tiny Kong is a character in the Donkey Kong games who first appeared in Donkey Kong 64. She has blonde hair and pigtails. She is Dixie Kong's younger sister and is a cousin to Chunky Kong and Kiddy Kong, as stated in the manual for Donkey Kong 64. In Donkey Kong 64, she was voiced by Kevin Bayliss, an employee at Rare who voiced multiple characters in the game. In Diddy Kong Racing DS and all later games, she is voiced by Jen Taylor. This actress also voiced Dixie in Mario Superstar Baseball. She is now depicted taller than Dixie.

In Donkey Kong 64, her clothing was a beanie hat, blue overalls, a white T-Shirt, and white shoes. She was freed by Diddy Kong in the Angry Aztec level in the building near Candy's Music Shop. Her weapon is the Feather Crossbow, her instrument is the Saxophone Slam, the Potion enables her for Mini-Monkey, Pony-Tail Twirl, and Monkey-Port. She can shrink when she jumps into her special barrel, allowing her access to areas other Kongs cannot go. She can do a helicopter-spin, equivalent to Dixie's, to slow down her descent. And she can teleport virtually anywhere when standing on a blue pad.

Tiny was one of the confirmed characters in Donkey Kong Racing for the Nintendo GameCube with Donkey Kong, Diddy, Kiddy, and Taj, but the game was cancelled as Microsoft purchased Rare, Ltd. in September 2002.

She makes a cameo appearance in the GBA port of the SNES games Donkey Kong Country 2 and Donkey Kong Country 3. In Donkey Kong Country 2, Diddy, Dixie, or both must rescue her from the Zingers in a mini-game called Kongnapped and the objective is to rescue six of her in order to win. In Donkey Kong Country 3, she appears in one of Funky's Motorboat challenges. These two games she appeared in are the only games where she is not a playable character.

In her spin-off debut, Diddy Kong Racing DS, she seems to have grown more mature, making her both taller and more physically developed than her older sister, Dixie. Her clothing now consists of a beanie hat, sweat pants, a midriff revealing spaghetti-strap top, sandals and fur wristbands, as well as earrings that she did not wear in the previous games. She is one of the first eight playable characters. Her acceleration and handling are slightly below average, and she has a medium top speed. In the game's commercial, she was using a Hovercraft and instead of being in the usual position in the game, she was standing, leaning forward.

In Donkey Kong Barrel Blast, Tiny is one of the Kongs in this game. It is the first game on the Wii she appears in. It is also the second racing game for her character. She is one of the unlockable characters in this game. She was unlocked by completing Sapphire Mode on a Rookie Setting as one of the Kongs.

Tiny Kong also appears as a playable character in Mario Super Sluggers. This is also Tiny Kong's debut in the Mario franchise.[8]

Swanky Kong

Swanky Kong (スワンキーコング Suwankī Kongu?) is an entrepreneur Kong who hosts a TV show called "Swanky's Bonus Bonanza" in Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest in which Diddy and Dixie must answer questions about the game correctly to win extra lives. The questions would range from easy ones such as enemies you have seen and the world you're currently in to hard ones such as objects in the background. After Crocodile Isle was destroyed in DKC2, Swanky ran "Swanky's Sideshow" in the Northern Kremisphere of Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble! where you had to face off against Cranky Kong. If you won, Swanky awarded you with Bear Coins and Banana Bunches. Even if you lost, Swanky would still give you some as a consolation prize. In DKC2, he wears a blue oversized jacket and had an afro hair style. In DKC3, he wears a white long-sleeved shirt, a gold vest, a bowler hat, black pants, black and white shoes, and had a diamond-topped cane. In the Game Boy Advance version of DKC2, Swanky's role remained the same except that he now has Candy as his assistant. If you beat all of his quizzes, Swanky will reward you with a photo of himself to add to the scrapbook. In the GBA version of DKC3, Swanky sported his DKC2 look and now runs "Swanky's Dash", a virtual reality game where you collect stars as Dixie (as Kiddy is too young to play). If you collect enough stars, Swanky will give you Bear Coins, Banana Bunches, and Extra Life Balloons. Swanky Kong has yet to appear in other games and become playable. His relationship to the Kong Family is currently unknown. Many have suggested that he is the brother of Donkey Kong since they look similar, but this is unconfirmed.

Wrinkly Kong

Wrinkly Kong is an elderly gorilla, grandmother of Donkey Kong, and the wife of Cranky Kong. Wrinkly first appeared in the game Donkey Kong Country 2 for the SNES, where she ran Kong Kollege. She gave the player advice and allowed the player to save his or her game. She appeared again in Donkey Kong Land 2, and again in Donkey Kong Country 3. This time, she resided in Wrinkly's Save Cave, where the player could both save their game and deposit Banana Birds, which were found throughout the game. This concept remained sans birds in Donkey Kong Land III, where she resided in Wrinkly's Refuge. In the Game Boy Advance version of Donkey Kong Country 3, Wrinkly was portrayed as a spiritual follower of the Banana Birds.

Wrinkly next appeared in Donkey Kong 64. She had apparently passed away at some point after Donkey Kong Country 3 as she is now a ghost. Every world lobby in the game, with the exception of Hideout Helm, featured five doors with Wrinkly's face on them; each door presented a hint for the level that applied to the Kong that corresponded to the door color (yellow for Donkey Kong, red for Diddy Kong, blue for Lanky Kong, purple for Tiny Kong, and green for Chunky Kong). When the player begins meeting her in Donkey Kong 64, she says, "Don't be afraid of me, young ones! It's only me, Wrinkly Kong," and then she gives the player advice on how to win a Golden Banana on the corresponding level.

Her first playable appearance was in DK King of Swing; she would later return for DK Jungle Climber and as an unlockable character in Donkey Kong Barrel Blast. She also appears as a trophy in Super Smash Bros Brawl.

Other Kongs

Bluster Kong

Bluster Kong is a Kong who is exclusive to the TV series. He is the co-owner of Barrel Works Factory (which is owned by Bluster's unseen mother) and serves as the comic relief on the Kongs' side.

He has a dapper alter-ego (whom Bluster becomes after mixing up a serum by mistake) named Leo Luster who appears in the episode Hunka Hunka Burnin' Bluster and threatens Donkey Kong's relationship with Candy. However, Bluster is soon forced to tell Candy the truth when his serum runs dry and he reverts to his true self.

Leo Luster

Leo Luster is Bluster Kong's other self. He is visually almost identical to Bluster, except he has a prominent hairdo and sports a gold medallion. He also has the ability to hypnotize other characters in the show, which proves very useful in retrieving the Crystal Coconut.

Dread Kong

Dread Kong is a Kong with dreadlocks who is the ruler of the Banana Kingdom in Donkey Kong Jungle Beat. He alongside Karate Kong, Ninja Kong, and Sumo Kong were placed under the spell of Ghastly King. When Donkey Kong defeated Ghastly King, Dread Kong congratulated Donkey Kong for defeating Ghastly King.

Eddie the Mean Old Yeti

Eddie is a Yeti who is exclusive to the TV series. He makes his home in the White Mountains. In one episode Eddie is shown as Donkey Kong's 'Guardian Angel Yeti', when Donkey Kong gets knocked out by walking into a tree.

Karate Kong

Karate Kong is an old and powerful Kong in a karate robe who is the ruler of the Pineapple Kingdom in Donkey Kong Jungle Beat. He alongside Dread Kong, Ninja Kong, and Sumo Kong were placed under the spell of Ghastly King. When Donkey Kong defeated Ghastly King, Karate Kong congratulated Donkey Kong for defeating Ghastly King.

Kong Fu

Kong Fu is a character exclusive to the television series. He is featured in the episode aptly named "Kong Fu" and as his name implies he is a master of Martial Arts. He challenges Donkey Kong for his title and even replaces Klump and Krusha as K. Rool's henchman, albeit briefly. It soon becomes clear that he is not as tough as he seems and he loses his fight with Donkey Kong due to a sudden bout of darkness (which Kong Fu is afraid of) and Donkey Kong wins the day. He is not seen again.

Ninja Kong

Ninja Kong is a large burly Kong who is the ruler of the Durian Kingdom in Donkey Kong Jungle Beat. He alongside Dread Kong, Karate Kong, and Sumo Kong were placed under the spell of Ghastly King. When Donkey Kong defeated Ghastly King, Ninja Kong congratulated Donkey Kong for defeating Ghastly King.

Sumo Kong

Sumo Kong is a large Kong who is the ruler of the Star Fruit Kingdom in Donkey Kong Jungle Beat. He alongside Dread Kong, Karate Kong, and Ninja Kong were placed under the spell of Ghastly King. When Donkey Kong defeated Ghastly King, Sumo Kong congratulated Donkey Kong for defeating Ghastly King.

Kremlings

Kremlings are crocodilian who are ruled by King K. Rool and antagonize the kongs on a regular basis. The species are originally from Crocodile Isle, though they were first seen in the Kongs' island in Donkey Kong Country when King K. Rool stole the banana hoard, though the reason why carnivores would need bananas is never explained. They come in many sizes, varieties and colors, and most of them are anthropomorphic. In the first Donkey Kong Country, the Kremling species were wearing military attire, but with the sequel, they switched their gear to pirate-themed ones (which seemed to be custom in their home island). In the third game, many of them were not seen with clothing of any sort, often looking mutant-like, the work of Baron K. Roolenstein.

The Kremling Krew is the name used for K. Rool's entire army, which not only consist of the Kremlings, but also of many different animal species (birds, mammals, insects, fish, other reptiles, etc.) that seemed to have become followers of the psychotic king. Several machines and ghosts (undead) seem to be included in the Kremling Krew as well.

Many of these enemies also appeared in Donkey Kong 64 and are playable in Donkey Kong Barrel Blast.

While almost all the Kremlings are enemies of the Kongs, one exception is Klubba, a Kremling who wields a giant club studded with nails. Appearing in Diddy's Kong Quest, Klubba does not seem to have anything against the Kongs and will happily help them if they pay him in Kremkoins.

K. Rool

King K. Rool is an obese, anthropomorphic crocodilian who is the main villain of many Donkey Kong games. King K. Rool is the psychopathic king of the Kremlings who constantly antagonizes the Kongs, referring to them as "filthy apes", "monkey brains" and "ludicrous lemurs". He often steals Donkey Kong's banana hoard. His most distinguishing features are the tic in his left eye and his golden belly with an outie navel (bellybutton). While he is overweight, K. Rool has huge muscles in his arms and he has proven to have enormous brute strength that matches (perhaps surpasses) Donkey Kong and Chunky Kong's power. In Donkey Kong Country, he wears a red cape and a gold crown, and after his defeat he used other outfits and gadgets to defeat the Kongs.

He is the pirate Kaptain K. Rool who kidnaps Donkey Kong in Diddy's Kong Quest.

He later takes the alias of the mad scientist Baron K. Roolenstein who tries to take over the Northern Kremisphere in Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble!.

He later appeared as the boxer King Krusha K. Rool where he causes trouble in Donkey Kong 64. A detail worth noting is his tail, which seems to change size in several of his appearances (sometimes, it is long or short and at other times, he does not have one at all). This game also features Gloomy Galleon, which features a sunken ship bearing pictures of his previous alias, Kaptain K. Rool. It is unknown whether or not this is the ship in Donkey Kong Country 2.

In the TV series, he appears as a king and often feuds with Kaptain Skurvy (who is based on the Kremling enemy Kannon). Besides the Kritters and Klap Traps, King K. Rool's henchmen are Klump and Krusha. He is portrayed as somewhat pompous and stereotypically British. He is voiced by Kevin Bayliss in Donkey Kong 64, Benedict Campbell in the Donkey Kong Country TV shows, and Jūrōta Kosugi in the Japanese adaptation. His name is a pun on the word cruel.

Kaptain Skurvy

Kaptain Skurvy is a Kremling pirate who is exclusive to the TV series. He is often feuding with King K. Rool. He is based on the Kremling enemies called Kannons.

Green Croc

Green Croc is a Kremling pirate who is exclusive to the TV series. He is a henchman of Kaptain Skurvy.

Kalypso

Kalypso is a female Kremling who is an unlockable character in Donkey Kong Barrel Blast.

Kass

Kass is a female Kremling child who is a playable character in Donkey Kong Barrel Blast.

Kerozene

Kerozene is a giant Kremling who is the boss of K. Rool's Keep in the GBA version of Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest.

Kip

Kip is a Kremling child who is a playable character in Donkey Kong Barrel Blast.

K. Lumsy

K. Lumsy is a giant Kremling who is an unlikely ally of the Kongs in Donkey Kong 64. He thinks that Kongs are cute causing King K. Rool to lock him up in a cage and scatter the keys throughout the island. Upon being freed by the Kongs, K. Lumsy ends up beating up King K. Rool.

Klubba

Klubba is a Kremling that appears in Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest. He guards the entrance to the Lost World.

Kludge

Kludge is a large, powerful, blue Kremling who is an unlockable character in Donkey Kong Barrel Blast.

Klump

Klumps are brownish Kremling that serves as the leader of the Kritters. Klump also appears as an unlockable character in Donkey Kong Barrel Blast.

In the TV series, Klump appears as one of King K. Rool's henchmen and works as a general for the Kritter army. He goes together with Krusha as the show's comedy relief. He is voiced by Len Carlson.

Krusha

Krusha are blue Kremling known for it's super-strength. He is a secret playable multiplayer character in Donkey Kong 64. His has an Oranges Gun, and he has a sliding ability, simaliar to Donkey Kong and Tiny Kong.

In the TV series, Krusha appears as one of King K. Rool's henchmen and goes together with Klump as the show's comic relief. He is voiced by Ron Rubin.

Kudgel

Kudgel is a large gray Kremling who is the boss of Krem Quay in Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest. He is a recolored version of Klubba and serves as the boss of Krem Quay.

Resident Demon

Resident Demon is a giant ghost Kremling that appears in Donkey Kong 64. He attacks Donkey Kong on the ghost train ride in Creepy Castle.

Kritters

Kritters are common enemies in the Donkey Kong video games and are the main foot soldiers of the Kremling Krew. They are usually either walking or jumping when seen in the games.

In Super Mario Strikers, a Kritter serves as a goalie for each team. A Robo-Critter serves as the goalie for a robotic team. In Mario Strikers Charged, they retain their roles as goalies. In Mario Super Sluggers, Kritters appear as playable characters for the team DK Wilds.

Klaptrap

Klaptraps are recurring enemies in the Donkey Kong games. They appear are small blue crocodiles with large mouths.

The Klaptraps also appear in the TV series. There is also a large Klaptrap named Junior who is one of King K. Rool's henchmen.

Other Kremlings

Ghastly King

Ghastly King is a giant Kong who served as the dictator of the Fruit Kingdoms in Donkey Kong Jungle Beat. He apparently put a spell on Dread Kong, Karate Kong, Ninja Kong, and Sumo Kong to defeat Donkey Kong. After Ghastly King was defeated, Donkey Kong becomes the new ruler of the Fruit Kingdoms.

Tiki Tak Tribe

The Tiki Tak Tribe are a group of evil Tikis who are the main antagonists in Donkey Kong Country Returns. The tribe is led by Tiki Tong, a gigantic Tiki. The Tiki Tak Tribe use hypnosis-inducing music on the animals of DK Island (namely elephants, giraffes, zebras, and squirrels) and steal Donkey Kong's bananas, forcing him to retrieve the hoard with the help of Diddy Kong. It is interesting to note that the Tiki Tak Tribe's hypnotic music does not work on Donkey Kong or on Diddy Kong (it's hinted that it's because they're too smart for the spell to work). It would seem that the Tiki Tak Tribe needs bananas in order to live and to make more tikis, which seems to be the reason as to why they stole all of the bananas in DK Island.

Tiki Tong

Tiki Tong is the leader of the Tiki Tak Tribe. He is a gigantic tiki with a wooden crown, red eyes, demonic horns, a large mouth, and a carved nose. He is the main antagonist of Donkey Kong Country Returns. In the final battle against him, the other Tikis (that the Kongs sent flying) threw a bunch of bananas in Tiki Tong's head, which he melted into a golden liquid and poured on the Tikis; which in turn formed his hands. Like the other Tikis, he requires bananas in order to live (which is most likely why the Tiki Tak Tribe stole Donkey Kong's bananas) and to make himself more powerful. Unlike the Tiki leaders who speak in a musical way, he speaks in guttural roars. Tiki Tong perishes in a final battle with Donkey and Diddy after he explodes, launching the Kongs into orbit, which prompts the latter to punch the moon sending the moon plomitting down, crushing Tiki Tong's base, sending a wave of bananas raining down upon the island.

Kalimba

Kalimba is a kalimba-based Tiki who is a member of the Tiki Tak Tribe. He hypnotized an elephant in the opening scene and tried to take control of Donkey Kong only to end up pummeled. Kalimba later hypnotizes Mugly to fight Donkey Kong only for him to defeat Mugly and send Kalimba flying. He can later be seen with all the other Tikis during the final boss battle where they help Tiki Tong by turning into hands for him.

Maraca Triplets

The Maraca Triplets are maraca-based Tikis who are members of the Tiki Tak Tribe. They hypnotized the Skurvy Krew to fight Donkey Kong only for him to defeat them and send the Maraca Triplets flying. They can later be seen with all the other Tikis during the final boss battle where they help Tiki Tong by turning into hands for him.

Gong

Gong is a gong-based Tiki who is a member of the Tiki Tak Tribe. He hypnotized a zebra in the opening scene. He hypnotized Stu to fight Donkey Kong only for him to defeat Stu and send Gong flying. He can later be seen with all the other Tikis during the final boss battle where they help Tiki Tong by turning into hands for him.

Banjo

Banjo is a banjo-based Tiki who is a member of the Tiki Tak Tribe. He hypnotized Mole Miner Max by having him start the train and have his mole servants dive into the banana-filled carts in order to fight Donkey Kong only for him to defeat Mole Miner Max and send Banjo flying. He can later be seen with all the other Tikis during the final boss battle where they help Tiki Tong by turning into hands for him.

Panflute

Panflute is a panflute-based Tiki who is a member of the Tiki Tak Tribe. He hypnotizes a giraffe and a squirrel in the opening scene. He hypnotized Mangoruby to fight Donkey Kong only for him to defeat Mangoruby and send Panflute flying. He can later be seen with all the other Tikis during the final boss battle where they help Tiki Tong by turning into hands for him.

Xylophone

Xylophone is a xylophone-based Tiki who is a member of the Tiki Tak Tribe. He hypnotized Thugly to fight Donkey Kong only for him to defeat Thugly and send Xylophone flying. He can later be seen with all the other Tikis during the final boss battle where they help Tiki Tong by turning into hands for him.

Accordion

Accordion is an accordion-based Tiki who is a member of the Tiki Tak Tribe. He hypnotized Colonel Pluck into using his Stompybot 3000 on Donkey Kong only for him to defeat Colonel Pluck and send Accordion flying. He can later be seen with all the other Tikis during the final boss battle where they help Tiki Tong by turning into hands for him.

Tiki Enemies

The following are soldiers for the Tiki Tak Tribe:

  • Tiki Goon - Tiki Goons are bongo-based Tikis that are the common foot soldiers of the Tiki Tak Tribe.
  • Tiki Boing - Tiki Boings are bouncing Tikis with spikes on their sides.
  • Tiki Bomber - Tiki Bombers resemble Tiki Torches, but have blue fire and a set of horns.
  • Tiki Buzz - Tiki Buzzes are flying bird-resembling Tikis.
  • Tiki Dooms - Tiki Dooms are larger versions of the Tiki Goons.
  • Tiki Seeker - Tiki Seekers are a rare breed of Tiki that are only seen during the fight with Tiki Tong. They look like flaming, wooden skulls and are impossible to kill.
  • Tiki Tank - Tiki Tanks are armored Tikis that can be defeated by a ground pound, bombs, barrels, or using Rambi on them.
  • Tiki Torch - Tiki Torches are fiery Tikis that resemble Tiki Goons. Their fire can be extinguished by Donkey Kong blowing on them.
  • Tiki Torks - Tiki Torks are larger versions of Tiki Buzz.
  • Tiki Zing - Tiki Zings are saw blade-based Tikis that serve as obstacles rather than enemies. Normal Tiki Zings can be defeated by Rambi, but Flaming Tiki Zings are completely invulnerable; their fire cannot be blown out.
    • Flaming Tiki Buzz - Flaming Tiki Buzzes are Tiki Buzzes that are dark brown and covered in red flames. Under most circumstances, they cannot be defeated. However, the Kongs can blow their flames out and jump on them.

Other Enemies

The following enemies are neither Kremlings nor Tikis:

Bosses

Besides each game's primary villain, there are bosses at the end of each level. The following are listed in order of appearance:

  • Very Gnawty - Very Gnawty is a giant gray Gnawty who is the boss of Kongo Jungle in Donkey Kong Country.
  • Master Necky - Master Necky is a giant Necky who is the boss of the Monkey Mines in Donkey Kong Country. Only his head is seen while the rest is left unseen. In the GBA version, Master Necky assists Master Necky Sr.
  • Queen B. - Queen B. is a giant Zinger who is the boss of Vine Valley in Donkey Kong Country. She is assisted by smaller Zingers who help their queen. Her weak spot is her stinger which can be hit with a barrel.
  • Really Gnawty - Really Gnawty is a giant brown Gnawty who is the boss of Gorilla Glacier in Donkey Kong Country. He is much faster than Very Gnawty.
  • Dumb Drum - Dumb Drum is a giant oil drum-like being who is the boss of Kremkroc Industries, Inc. in Donkey Kong Country. Besides trying to crush Donkey Kong, it will launch out two Kritters, two Slippas, two Klaptraps, two Klumps, and two Armies. Once all those enemies are destroyed, Dumb Drum falls down and explodes. In the GBA version, 5 TNT barrels are needed to destroy Dumb Drum.
  • Master Necky Sr. - Master Necky Sr. is a giant Necky who is the boss of Chimp Caverns in Donkey Kong Country. He is much stronger than Master Necky. In the GBA version, Master Necky Sr. is assisted by Master Necky.
  • King K. Rool - See "Kremlings" section.
  • Krow - Krow is a giant Necky in a pirate hat who is the boss of Gangplank Galleon in Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest.
  • Kleever - Kleever is a giant sword who is the boss of Crocodile Cauldron in Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest.
  • Kudgel - See "Kremlings" section.
  • King Zing - King Zing is a giant Zinger who is the boss of Krazy Kremland in Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest. He is the avenger of Queen B.
  • Kreepy Krow - Kreepy Krow is the ghost of Krow who is the boss of Gloomy Gulch in Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest.
  • Kerozene - See "Kremlings" section.
  • Kaptain K. Rool - See "Kremlings" section.
  • Belcha - Belcha is a giant barrel who is the boss of Lake Orangatanga in Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble!
  • Arich - Arich is a giant red spider who is the boss of Kremwood Forest in Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble!
  • Squirt - Squirt is a giant rocky slug in a waterfall who is the boss of Cotton-Top Cove in Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble! Dixie and Kiddy fought Squirt in the form of Ellie the Elephant.
  • KAOS - KAOS is a jet-propelled robot who is the boss of Mekanos Island in Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble!
  • Bleak - Bleak is a snowman-like creature who is the boss of K3 in Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble!
  • Barbos - Barbos is a giant Lurchin who is the boss of Razor Ridge in Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble!
  • Krocktopus - Krocktopus is a large green monstrosity who is the boss of Razor Ridge in the GBA version of Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble! Not to be confused with the enemy Croctopus.
  • Baron K. Roolenstein - See "Kremlings" section.
  • Army Dillo - Army Dillo is a gigantic Army who is the boss of Jungle Japes and Crystal Caves in Donkey Kong 64. He is fought twice by Donkey Kong.
  • Dogadon - Dogadon is a giant dragon who is the boss of Angry Aztec and Fungi Forest in Donkey Kong 64. In Angry Aztec, he fights Diddy Kong. In Fungi Forest, he fights Chunky Kong.
  • Mad Jack - Mad Jack is a Jack-in-the-box-like creature who is the boss of Frantic Factory in Donkey Kong 64 and is fought by Tiny Kong.
  • Puftoss - Puftoss is a giant Puftup who is the boss of Gloomy Galleon in Donkey Kong 64 and is fought by Lanky Kong.
  • King Kut Out - King Kut Out is a poorly-made cardboard cut-out of King K. Rool who is the boss of Creepy Castle in Donkey Kong 64. Lanky Kong fights first, followed by Tiny Kong, Chunky Kong, Donkey Kong, and Diddy Kong.
  • King "Krusha" K. Rool - See "Kremlings" section.
  • Cactus King - Cactus King is a Kong with a cactus-like object on the back of its head who is a boss in Donkey Kong Jungle Beat.
  • Hogs - Hogs are humanoid warthogs that appear in Donkey Kong Jungle Beat. Each of them has a mohawk in a different color.
    • Rogue-Hog - Rogue-Hog is a brown Hog with a red mohawk who is the boss of the Watermelon Kingdom.
    • Mo-Hog - Mo-Hog is a brown Hog with a blue mohawk who is the boss of the Strawberry Kingdom.
    • Bloat-Hog - Bloat-Hog is a red Hog with a black mohawk who is the boss of the Melon Kingdom.
    • Gloat-Hog - Gloat-Hog is a black Hog with a white mohawk who is the boss of the Pear Kingdom.
  • Rocs - Rocs are large birds that appear in Donkey Kong Jungle Beat. They carry a large explosive black egg in their talons that must be broken in order to defeat them.
    • Scruff Roc - Scruff Roc is a rainbow-colored Roc who is the boss of the Orange Kingdom.
    • Fleet Roc - Fleet Roc is a blue Roc who is the boss of the Lemon Kingdom.
    • Hard Roc - Hard Roc is a white and yellow Roc who is the boss of the Cherry Kingdom.
    • Thunder Roc - Thunder Rock is a rainbow Roc who is the boss of the Lychee Kingdom.
  • Tusks - Tusks are large elephant-like creatures that appear in Donkey Kong Jungle Beat. They can be made of wood, metal, or stone.
    • Turret Tusk - Turret Tusk is a brown Tusk who is the boss of the Apple Kingdom.
    • Grave Tusk - Grave Tusk is a brown Tusk who is the boss of the Grape Kingdom.
    • Torch Tusk - Torch Tusk is a red Tusk who is the boss of the Peach Kingdom.
    • Double Tusk - Double Tusk are two brown Tusks who are the boss of the Chili Pepper Kingdom.
  • Mugly is a yellow dinosaur-like monster who is the boss of Donkey Kong Island's Jungle area in Donkey Kong Country Returns. It was controlled by Kalimba to fight Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong.
  • Scurvy Crew - The Scurvy Crew are a trio of three pirate crabs who are the bosses of Donkey Kong Island's Beach area in Donkey Kong Country Returns. The red crab called Cap'n Greenbeard is the Scurvy Crew's leader with a hook, an eyepatch, and a green beard. The yellow one wields a fork. The blue one wields a sword. They were controlled by the Maraca Triplets to fight Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong.
  • Stu - Stu is a giant red bird in a gold cauldron who is the boss of Donkey Kong Island's Ruins area in Donkey Kong Country Returns. He was controlled by Gong to fight Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong.
  • Mole Miner Max and the Mole Train - Mole Miner Max is a mole who is the boss of Donkey Kong Island's Cave area in Donkey Kong Country Returns. He leads the Mole Miners when they load the bananas onto the Mole Train. Ukulele controlled Mole Miner Max to start the train and have his fellow Mole Miners join him in fighting Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong.
  • Mangoruby - Mangoruby is a plant/snake-like creature who is the boss of Donkey Kong Island's Forest area in Donkey Kong Country Returns. It was controlled by Panflute to fight Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong.
  • Thugly - Thugly is a purple dinosaur-like monster who is the boss of Donkey Kong Island's Cliff area in Donkey Kong Country Returns. It is related to Mugly and was controlled by Xylophone to fight Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong.
  • Colonel Cluck and Stompybot 3000 - Colonel Cluck is a chicken who operates the Stompybot 3000 and is the boss of Donkey Kong Island's Factory area in Donkey Kong Country Returns. The Tiki Tak Tribe used Colonel Cluck and his Stompybot 3000 to mash the stolen bananas in order to power their fellow Tikis. He was controlled by Accordion to pilot his Stompybot 3000 to fight Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong.

Other characters

Animal buddies

In the Donkey Kong Country games, the Donkey Kong Land games, and Donkey Kong 64, the Kong family is assisted by a number of friendly animals who allow the Kongs to ride on their backs or perform various tasks for the Kongs.

Brothers Bear

The Brothers Bear are a race of anthropomorphic bears who live in the Northern Kremisphere in Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble! There are 15 of them located throughout the Northern Kremisphere in order of appearance:

  • Bazaar - Bazaar is a Brown Bear who runs a general store in the Northern Kremisphere. He has the most dialogue out of the Brothers Bear. He even mentioned to have met Link once.
  • Barnacle - Barnacle is a Grizzly Bear that lives on an island in the middle of Lake Orangatanga. He is a former scuba diver.
  • Brash - Brash is a Brown Bear that lives in Kremwood Forest. He is an athlete who is at his happiest when he is undefeated.
  • Blunder - Blunder is a Grizzly bear that lives in a booth (library in the GBA remake) within Kremwood Forest.
  • Bramble - Bramble is a Brown Bear that lives in a cabin near Cotton Top Cove. He is a botanist who has an interest in plants and flowers.
  • Blue - Blue is a Blue Bear who lives in a beach house in Cotton Top Cove. He has a sad personality especially when he claimed that no one came to this birthday party. The Kongs managed to give him a birthday present that Blizzard had them deliver.
  • Bazooka - Bazooka is a Grizzly Bear who lives in his barracks on Mekanos Island. He is an old war veteran who fought in the Kremean War.
  • Blizzard - Blizzard is a Polar bear (in the GBA remake, he's a Grizzly bear) who lives in a base camp at the top of K3.
  • Barter - Barter is a Brown Bear who lives in his shop near K3.
  • Benny - Benny is a Polar bear who operates one of the chairlifts at Razor Ridge. He is the twin brother of Björn.
  • Björn - Björn is a Polar bear who operates one of the chairlifts at Razor Ridge. He is the twin brother of Benny.
  • Baffle - Baffle is a Brown Bear who lives in his code room in KAOS Kore.
  • Boomer - Boomer is a Grizzly bear who lives in his bomb shelter in Krematoa. He is a demolition expert.
  • Bear - Bear is a Black Bear who is exclusive to Donkey Kong Land III. He runs a Sheepy Shop in each location.
  • Bachelor - Bachelor is a Brown Bear who is exclusive to the GBA version of "Donkey Kong Country 3" and lives on an island at the center of Lake Orangatanga.

Scoff the Hippopotamus

Scoff is a hippopotamus who originated in Donkey Kong 64. Scoff is a friend of Troff and ally of the Kongs. The Kongs had to feed Scoff bananas in order to proceed to the boss.

Snide the Weasel

Snide is a weasel who originated in Donkey Kong 64. He was once King K. Rool's chief technician who had invented the Blast-O-Matic and other devices that the Kremlings have used. King K. Rool fired him due to a paranoia that Snide was going to betray him. Snide moved to Donkey Kong Isle where he set up his headquarters. He aided the Kongs by giving them blueprints to the Kremling devices.

Troff the Pig

Troff is a pig who originated in Donkey Kong 64. Troff is a friend of Scoff and ally of the Kongs. When Scoff is fed a specific amount of bananas, he will lift Troff to reach the key to the boss door.

Adventures of superstars series characters

Banjo

Banjo is a brown honey bear, who is one of the two main characters of the series. He stars in a handful of games including Banjo-Kazooie, Banjo-Tooie, Banjo-Pilot, and Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts. He has a younger sister named Tooty, who needed rescuing in Banjo-Kazooie. He is polite and well-mannered, and is always seen wearing yellow shorts with a belt, a shark tooth necklace, and a bright blue backpack. The backpack usually contains his good friend Kazooie. He was first seen in Diddy Kong Racing where he started his career. His arch-nemesis is Gruntilda the Witch. He can also play his namesake instrument (a Banjo). See Diddy Kong Racing.

Conker the Squirrel

The protagonist Conker is a greedy, heavy drinking, red squirrel. Conker, though highly materialistic and never afraid to insult, always approaches new characters with a positive outlook. Conker was originally a kind-hearted character in Conker's Pocket Tales, till he got altered in Conker's Bad Fur Day. Conker's adventures occur because he gets drunk and wanders in the opposite direction to his home. In the Xbox Live Arcade version of Banjo-Kazooie, his picture is seen in the Rusty Bucket Bay level where Berri's originally was in the Nintendo 64 version.

Racing series characters

  • Bumper - Bumper is a badger from the game Diddy Kong Racing. He drives a yellow vehicle with a blue stripe down the center.
  • Drumstick - Drumstick is a large overalls wearing chicken and one of the best drivers on Timber's Island. During the events of Diddy Kong Racing Drumstick attempted to challenge the invading alien wizard, Wizpig. This was the last that was seen or heard of Drumstick. After a while of adventuring and after gaining four gold trophies and thirty-nine Golden Balloons Diddy Kong and his friends came upon a frog, who oddly had a red rooster's comb on its head. Running over this frog the heroes were surprised to discover that the frog was in actuality Drumstick. It seems instead of racing Drumstick, Wizpig had simply transformed him into a frog. After the heroes freed Drumstick from his frog form he joined the heroes in their quest.
  • Krunch - Krunch is a Kritter that appears in Diddy Kong Racing as an ally of Diddy Kong. However in the manual, it explains that he's actually doing this to keep an eye on Diddy and his allies as Krunch had suspected that Diddy was actually up to an "anti-Kremling plan in the works."
  • Pipsy - Pipsy is a small, yellow mouse. She drives a pink vehicle. Pipsy is statistically the best character to play as before unlocking T.T.
  • Tiptup - Tiptup first appeared in Diddy Kong Racing. He is a clumsy turtle who often gets stuck on his back—hence the name 'Tiptup', a play on the phrase 'tipped-up'. He appears in Banjo Kazooie directing a chorus of young turtles. In Banjo-Tooie Tiptup is presumably much older as he is waiting for his child to hatch, hoping that it's a boy as he already has 19 daughters. He needed Banjo and Kazooie's help hatching his egg in Jolly Roger's Lagoon.
  • Wizpig - Wizpig is an evil alien pig who first appeared in Diddy Kong Racing. He went from world to world challenging people to life and death races.
    • Bluey - Bluey is a walrus who first appeared in Diddy Kong Racing. He is one of Wizpig's allies and serves as the boss of Snowflake Valley.
    • Bubbler - Bubbler is an octopus who first appeared in Diddy Kong Racing. He is one of Wizpig's allies and serves as the boss of Sherbet Island.
    • Smokey - Smokey is a dragon who first appeared in Diddy Kong Racing. He is one of Wizpig's allies and serves as the boss of Dragon Forest.
    • Tricky - Tricky is a Triceratops who first appeared in Diddy Kong Racing. He is one of Wizpig's allies and serves as the boss of Dino Domain. He was conceived by Rare Ltd. to be the adult form of Tricky from Dinosaur Planet, later retooled into Star Fox Adventures. Rare has indicated that both Trickys are the same character.

See also

References


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