When K. Rool notices that the Kongs are in the Lost Land he, at first, sends several dozen Kremlings at Donkey, Diddy and Dixie Kong, thinking the shear number of Kremlings would defeat the Kongs. The ship shows Kremkoins, his logbook, and his various portraits as a pirate on Gangplank Galleon. Taking matters into his own hands, K. Rool tries to blast the Kongs with a pineapple-launching blunderbuss. Later, in a deliberate reenactment of K. Rool's reveal trailer, he was sleeping in Donkey Kong's treehouse alongside the reclining Donkey Kong and Diddy. Tics like this are actually common for people with mental health issues, and it has already been established that K. Rool is insane. K. Rool will also sometimes appear dancing to the beat of music during certain songs in Donkey Konga. In Mario Super Sluggers, he did not have a cape, but had an Egyptian/Hawaiian outfit. The Donkey Kong Country cartoon also introduced a Kremling rival of sorts to K. Rool, a pirate named Kaptain Skurvy, who also wished to obtain the Crystal Coconut. His plan to blow up the DK Isles with his Blast-O-Matic shows how unbalanced he is. King K. Rool makes his first appearance in Donkey Kong Country as the game's main antagonist and the seventh and final boss. He was imprisoned because he didn't want to smash the Donkey Kong Island during the Kremling invasion. This in turn caused K. Lumsy to jump and dance for joy. The trophy of K. Rool himself is of a version of the king NOT made by Rare. , Donkey Kong 64 revealed that K. Rool has a younger brother named K. "Hey Y/n!" He rules the Kremlings with an iron fist and shows no 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 as K. Rool is the strongest of the Kremlings, he abused his strength and intimidation to rise in power and seize the position of king since he does not actually have royal blood nor is he an heir that inherited a sovereign state/region/nation. Fought on the Flying Krock, Kaptain K. Rool's attack pattern in Donkey Kong Land 2 is a simplified version of his battle strategy in Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest: instead of shooting status-afflicting gas or using a vacuum attack, Kaptain K. Rool would simply shoot gusts of wind from his blunderbuss. In his new form, K. Rool will gain a new set of attacks. In order to harm Roolenstein, barrels would need to be thrown at his back by Dixie and Kiddy multiple times. K. Lumsy is a gigantic Kremling and K. Rool's younger brother that proved to be an unlikely ally to the Kong Family during the events of Donkey Kong 64. In this battle, Roolenstein would simply remain in the back of his vessel, using electric beams and a fireball-launching cannon to attack Dixie and Kiddy from a distance. On August 8, 2018, the announcement of the Nintendo Direct concerning Super Smash Bros. When King K. Rool and his henchmen are discovered by Donkey, Diddy, and Cranky Kong, they quickly flee the scene using a dimensional portal device known as a Spirowarp. (this is unclear why he joined them and how he is on Donkey Kong's team). K. Rool has repeatedly tried to steal Donkey and Diddy's Banana Hoard for reasons that are not fully understood but involve starving the primates to death and occupying DK's Treehouse (effectively making him King of DK Island). K. Rool appears in the German Club Nintendo's comic adaptation of Donkey Kong Country, first appearing to attack Diddy Kong and seal him within a DK Barrel, before stealing Donkey Kong's Banana Hoard. Ever the hero, DK promised to free the innocent Kremling from his cage. Think he'll ever have a change of heart? Lernt das King K. Rool-amiibo kennen und erfahrt, wie ihr es in euren Spielen nutzen könnt! Superhuman agility: K. Rool despite his strength and imposing size is very agile, capable of jumping very high. King K. Rool (who has gone by many aliases) is the main antagonist of the Donkey Kong franchise. After the last lock was removed, K. Lumsy finally achieved his long-awaited freedom. Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble! However, this is confirmed to be a mistake by Nintendo, and is contradicted by Wrinkly's trophy that explicitly implies they are the same character.