History Characters / DonkeyKong

21st Jul '16 10:39:24 AM Pichu-kun
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* FullNameBasis: He's never referred to as just Donkey. It's always Donkey Kong, DK or D. Kong in Japan. (With the few exceptions being Cranky in ''Donkey Kong Country 2'' during one of his speeches in his monkey museum, Diddy during the ending of ''Donkey Kong Country 3'', and almost the entirety of VideoGame/DonkeyKong64.)

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* FullNameBasis: He's never referred to as just Donkey. It's always Donkey Kong, DK or D. Kong in Japan. (With the few exceptions being Cranky in ''Donkey Kong Country 2'' during one of his speeches in his monkey museum, Diddy during the ending of ''Donkey Kong Country 3'', and almost the entirety of VideoGame/DonkeyKong64.''VideoGame/DonkeyKong64''.)



* AdaptationalSpeciesChange: In the [=GBA=] remake, Blizzard went from polar to grizzly.

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* AdaptationalSpeciesChange: AdaptationSpeciesChange: In the [=GBA=] remake, Blizzard went from polar to grizzly.
19th Jul '16 5:34:55 AM gjjones
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->Voiced by (Latin-American Spanish): Rubén Cerda (''WesternAnimation/DonkeyKongCountry'')



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->Voiced by (Latin-American Spanish): Raúl Carballeda (''WesternAnimation/DonkeyKongCountry'')



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->Voiced by (Latin-American Spanish): Lourdes Adame (''WesternAnimation/DonkeyKongCountry'')



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->Voiced by (Latin-American Spanish): Ismael Castro (''WesternAnimation/DonkeyKongCountry'')



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18th Jul '16 4:28:07 PM Sleeping_Beauty
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* IdleAnimation: In ''Tropical Freeze'' when carried by DK, he picks up a newspaper and starts reading it. If he is by himself, he scratches his ear with his cane.



* LightningBruiser: He has very high stats in all areas in ''Barrel Blast''.

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* LightningBruiser: He has very high stats in all areas in ''Barrel Blast''. He is also able to keep up with the other Kongs in ''Tropical Freeze'' in spite of his old age.



* CoolOldLady: In life, Wrinkly enjoyed aerobics and playing on the N64.

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* CoolOldLady: In life, Wrinkly enjoyed aerobics and playing on the N64. Even after her death, she is a very capable racer in ''Barrel Blast''.



* [[IntangibleMan Intangible Ape]]

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* [[IntangibleMan Intangible Ape]]Ape]]: Averted in ''Barrel Blast'', were she can get hurt by barrels or attacks by other racers and ride an Animal Friend, toboggan or a minecart like everyone else.



* ADayInTheLimelight: Collecting three tokens in each buddy's image will let you play a bonus game with them in the first ''DKC''. In the two sequels, there are levels where you control a series of Animal Friends all in one level (Toxic Tower, Animal Antics, and Pot Hole Panic, respectively), and in ''[=DKC2=]'', Rambi, Squitter, Enguarde, Squawks, and Rattly all get a level to themselves.

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* ADayInTheLimelight: Collecting three tokens in each buddy's image will let you play a bonus game with them in the first ''DKC''. In the two sequels, there are levels where you control a series of Animal Friends all in one level (Toxic Tower, Animal Antics, and Pot Hole Panic, respectively), and in ''[=DKC2=]'', Rambi, Squitter, Enguarde, Squawks, Quawks and Rattly all get a level to themselves.
themselves. In ''[=DKC3=]'', Ellie and Quawks both get two levels for themselves. Squawks was the first Animal Friend to fight a boss, fighting King Zing in ''[=DKC2=]'', and in ''[=DKC3=]'', Ellie fights against Squirt while Enguarde fights against Barbos.



* ImplacableMan: Him and Rambi in ''Barrel Blast'', were they cannot get hurt, but they are still affected by the [[InterfaceScrew reversed control effects]] of a Mega TNT Barrel.



* NonIndicativeName: Rattly doesn't have a rattle on his tail.



The most commonly recurring Animal Friend, Squawks is a green parrot that lives with Cranky Kong. Unlike the other Animal Friends, Squawks has had a different use in many of the games he's appeared in. In ''DKC'', he carried a lantern to light up a dark cavern; in ''[=DKC2=]'' and ''[=DKC3=]'', he actually carried the Kongs and spat eggs at enemies; in ''[=DK64=]'' he told the story, gave tutorials, found bananas for the Kongs, and carried a flashlight; and in ''DKCR'' and ''Tropical Freeze'', he helps the Kongs locate hidden items.

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The most commonly recurring Animal Friend, Squawks is a green parrot that lives with Cranky Kong. Unlike the other Animal Friends, Squawks has had a different use in many of the games he's appeared in. In ''DKC'', he carried a lantern to light up a dark cavern; in ''[=DKC2=]'' and ''[=DKC3=]'', he actually carried the Kongs and spat eggs at enemies; in ''[=DK64=]'' he told the story, gave tutorials, found golden bananas for the Kongs, and carried a flashlight; and in ''DKCR'' and ''Tropical Freeze'', he helps the Kongs locate hidden items.



* ADayInTheLimelight: Screech's Sprint.

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* ADayInTheLimelight: Screech's Sprint.Sprint, were he races his EvilCounterpart.



* EvilCounterpart: Screech, the Kremling bird.

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* EvilCounterpart: Screech, the Kremling bird. He's a reddish-brown parrot with a white beak and yellow eyes.



* ShownTheirWork: In ''Donkey Kong Country Returns'' and as shown in the image, he is portrayed with two toes pointing forward and two toes pointing back like a real-life parrot. In previous games, he only had one toe in the back.

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* ShownTheirWork: In As of ''Donkey Kong Country Returns'' and as shown in the image, he is portrayed with two toes pointing forward and two toes pointing back like a real-life parrot. In previous games, he only had one toe in the back.



* EvilSoundsDeep: In ''VideoGame/DonkeyKong64''.

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* EvilSoundsDeep: In ''VideoGame/DonkeyKong64''.''VideoGame/DonkeyKong64'' and ''Mario Super Sluggers''.



* OddFriendship: He has good chemistry with King Boo in ''Mario Super Sluggers''.



* ActionBomb: Kaboom, Klasp, and TNT Knocka.

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* ActionBomb: Kaboom, Klasp, Klasp and TNT Knocka.Kracka.



** Kritter became a playable character in the ''Mario Strikers'' series, ''Mario Baseball'' series as well as ''Videogame/Donkey Kong Barrel Blast''.

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** Kritter became a playable character in the ''Mario Strikers'' series, ''Mario Baseball'' series Super Sluggers'' as well as ''Videogame/Donkey Kong Barrel Blast''.''VideoGame/DonkeyKongBarrelBlast''.



* {{BFS}}: Kutlass. Koshas carry big spiky clubs.

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* {{BFS}}: Kutlass. Koshas carry big spiky clubs. The instruction manual for ''[=DKC2=]'' humourously states that he ordered the swords from a TV offer, and they turned out to be bigger than he expected because of his small TV screen.



* CarryABigStick: Kudgel.

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* CarryABigStick: Kudgel.Kudgel and Kosha.



* DemBones: The skeletal Kritters, Klaptraps and the Resident Demon in ''Donkey Kong 64''. Kackle from ''[=DKC2=]''.

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* DemBones: The skeletal Kritters, the teeth of Klaptraps and the Resident Demon in ''Donkey Kong 64''. Kackle from ''[=DKC2=]''.



* EvilLaugh: Kloak and Kackle in ''[=DKC2=]''.

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* EvilLaugh: Kloak and Kackle in ''[=DKC2=]''. The Resident Demon in ''[=DK64=]''.



** TheDragon: Kopter.

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** TheDragon: Kopter.Kopter and Kritter.



* HandCannon: ''Literally'' in the case of Kannons.

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* HandCannon: ''Literally'' in the case of Kannons.Kannons and Bazukas.



* InvincibleMinorMinion: Rockkrocs (except in the remakes and the Japanese version of the SNES ''DKC'') and Kackle.

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* InvincibleMinorMinion: Rockkrocs (except in the remakes and the Japanese version of the SNES ''DKC'') ,Kackle and Kackle.Kuchukas.



* NightOfTheLivingMooks: Kloak, Kackle, the Resident Demon and the skeletal Kritters and Klaptraps.

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* NightOfTheLivingMooks: Kloak, Kackle, the Resident Demon and Demon, the skeletal Kritters and the teeth of Klaptraps.



* RealMenWearPink: Skiddas, Koindozers, Krimps and pink Krunchas. Kritter also wears pink clothing in the ''Mario Strikers'' series when on Princess Peach's team.

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* RealMenWearPink: Skiddas, Koindozers, Krimps Krimps, pink Krunchas and pink Krunchas. Klumps. Kritter also wears pink clothing clothing/armor in the ''Mario Strikers'' series when on Princess Peach's team.



* TopHeavyGuy: Krusha, Kruncha, Kudgel, Klubba, and Krumple. {{Mook}}s with this appearance can only be defeated by a jump attack from the heavier Kong (or from Diddy and Dixie teamed up) without a barrel or Animal Friend.

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* TopHeavyGuy: Krusha, Kruncha, Kudgel, Klubba, Krumple, Kasplat and Krumple.Kuff 'n' Klout. {{Mook}}s with this appearance can only be defeated by a jump attack from the heavier Kong (or from Diddy and Dixie teamed up) without a barrel or Animal Friend.



* HardHead: You pitch TNT barrels into his face. This destroys his shell, but somehow does no damage to his face.

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* HardHead: You pitch throw TNT barrels into his face. This destroys his shell, but somehow does no damage to his face.
17th Jul '16 3:36:46 PM Sleeping_Beauty
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* EternallyPearlyWhiteTeeth: Almost every Kong have these. Wrinkly, Kiddy and Chunky don't have teeth (though Chunky was incorrectly drawn with teeth in a comic) and Cranky wears dentures.



* UseYourHead: Against the Rocs in ''Jungle Beat''. His side special from ''Melee'' and onwards allows him to bury opponents into the ground. His animation for the [[GroundPound Super Duper Simian]] in ''Donkey Kong 64'' has him slamming his head on the ground.

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* UseYourHead: Against the Rocs in ''Jungle Beat''. His side special from ''Melee'' and onwards allows him to bury opponents into the ground. His animation for the [[GroundPound Super Duper Simian]] Simian Slam]] in ''Donkey Kong 64'' has him slamming his head on the ground.



* FragileSpeedster: In ''Barrel Blast'', he has low top speed, but good boost and medium agility.

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* FragileSpeedster: In ''Barrel Blast'', he has low top speed, but good average boost and medium high agility.



* NeverBareheaded: Unless you win or lose a bonus game, he never takes off his cap. He will also do this on the results screen in ''Super Smash Bros. Brawl''.

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* NeverBareheaded: Unless you win or lose a bonus game, he never takes off his cap. He will also do this take off his cap on the results screen in ''Super Smash Bros. Brawl''.Brawl'' if he loses.



* ActionGirl: Nintendo's first after [[{{Franchise/Metroid}} Samus Aran]]. She is never once a DamselInDistress.

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* ActionGirl: Nintendo's first after [[{{Franchise/Metroid}} Samus Aran]]. She is has never once been a DamselInDistress.DamselInDistress in a Donkey Kong game, only in ''Mario Super Sluggers'' and even then, she is the first person you reqruit in DK's stadium. Cranky also said this about Dixie in the instruction manual of ''[=DKC2=]''.
-->'''Cranky Kong''': What's going on here? She should be the damsel in distress, not one of the stars!



* DreamTeam: From a gameplay perspective in ''[=DKC3=]'', Dixie got a lot of Diddy's speed while still retaining her own highly useful 'copter abilities. When paired with Kiddy, himself a slightly faster version of Donkey Kong, you have an optimal adventuring team of strength, speed, and precision, as well as a host of {{Combination Attack}}s.

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* DreamTeam: From a gameplay perspective in ''[=DKC3=]'', Dixie got a lot of Diddy's speed while still retaining her own highly useful 'copter abilities. When paired with Kiddy, himself a slightly faster version of Donkey Kong, Kong that can skip large distances on water, you have an optimal adventuring team of strength, speed, and precision, as well as a host of {{Combination Attack}}s.



* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Not counting the GBA remake of ''[=DKC3=]'', Lanky Kong was missing between the release of ''[=DK64=]'' and ''Donkey Kong Barrel Blast'', a gap of 8 years. It was even {{lampshaded}} on his ''Brawl'' trophy.

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* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Not counting his cameo in the GBA remake of ''[=DKC3=]'', Lanky Kong was missing between the release of ''[=DK64=]'' and ''Donkey Kong Barrel Blast'', a gap of 8 years. It was even {{lampshaded}} on his ''Brawl'' trophy.



* IdleAnimation: In ''[=DK64=]'', he takes amusement at a butterfly landing on his hand, but gets annoyed when more start landing on them, so he swats them all away. He may also do a PrimalChestpound.

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* IdleAnimation: In ''[=DK64=]'', he takes amusement at a butterfly landing on his hand, but gets annoyed when more start landing on them, him, so he swats them all away. He may also do a PrimalChestpound.



* TheRival: To ''King K. Rool'' in ''Barrel Blast''.

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* TheRival: To ''King K. Rool'' in ''Barrel Blast''. Fittingly, as they were once best friends in the cartoon.



* SecretCharacter: In ''Barrel Blast'', ''Mario Kart Wii'' and ''Mario Super Sluggers''.



Cranky Kong's wife and Donkey Kong's mother (grandmother?), Wrinkly used to run the Kong Kollege on Crocodile Isle, where she provided a haven and place of education for good Kremlings, as well as helpful tips for Diddy and Dixie on their quest to rescue Donkey. After the island sank, she retired to the Northern Kremisphere, where she spent her days enjoying her sunset years and caring for the local Banana Birds. Sadly, she died of old age not long after, but that didn't stop her from helping out the Kongs -- she's now a ghost, and spends as much time with her family as ever.

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Cranky Kong's wife and Donkey Kong's mother (grandmother?), grandmother (or mother?), Wrinkly used to run the Kong Kollege on Crocodile Isle, where she provided a haven and place of education for good Kremlings, as well as helpful tips for Diddy and Dixie on their quest to rescue Donkey. After the island sank, she retired to the Northern Kremisphere, where she spent her days enjoying her sunset years and caring for the local Banana Birds. Sadly, she died of old age not long after, but that didn't stop her from helping out the Kongs -- she's now a ghost, and spends as much time with her family as ever.
17th Jul '16 11:37:27 AM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* PufferFish: A much-larger one than usual. Expectantly, its spikes are harmful to Lanky, though it doesn't actively use them to hurt him since it remains in the same place.



* PufferFish: A porcupine puffer, to be specific.
15th Jul '16 4:43:06 AM MyTimingIsOff
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* TookALevelInBadass: Donkey Kong is a veritable '''beast''' in ''[[Videogame/DonkeyKongJungleBeat Jungle Beat]]''. Seriously, the guy isn't above fighting dirty and pulls no punches at all. He's almost like a more kid-friendly [[VideoGame/GodOfWar Kratos]]. Unfortunately....
* TookALevelInDumbass: Ever since ''Donkey Kong 64'', he has been falling into this. It only gets worse in the Mario series. Donkey Kong being stupid from 64 onwards is {{enforced|Trope}} due to an intervention from Miyamoto, who'd always intended for Donkey Kong to be stupid. The average "hero" intelligence was tossed.

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* TookALevelInBadass: Donkey Kong is a veritable '''beast''' in ''[[Videogame/DonkeyKongJungleBeat Jungle Beat]]''. Seriously, the guy isn't above fighting dirty and pulls no punches at all. He's almost like a more kid-friendly [[VideoGame/GodOfWar Kratos]]. Unfortunately....
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* TookALevelInDumbass: Ever since ''Donkey Kong 64'', he has been falling into this. It only gets worse in the Mario series. Donkey Kong being stupid from 64 onwards is {{enforced|Trope}} due to an intervention from Miyamoto, who'd always intended for Donkey Kong to be stupid. The average "hero" intelligence was tossed.



* FragileSpeedster: In ''Barrel Blast'', she has maxed out boost and high agility, but the lowest top speed. In the ''Mario Baseball'' series, she is among the weakest batters, but she makes up for it by being quite fast and a great fielder.

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* FragileSpeedster: In ''Barrel Blast'', she has maxed out boost and high agility, but the lowest top speed. In the ''Mario Baseball'' series, she is among the weakest batters, but she makes up for it by being quite fast and a great fielder.
12th Jul '16 4:53:58 PM WaxingName
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* BecomeYourWeapon: [[spoiler:For the final battle, the instrument Tikis actually become Tiki Tong's hands.]]
12th Jul '16 9:15:40 AM DerpyHooves122
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* TookALevelInJerkass: In the cartoon, he's a lot more whiny, and can be a total prick, most notably in Kong For A Day.
5th Jul '16 1:47:59 PM Sleeping_Beauty
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* FragileSpeedster: In ''Barrel Blast'', she has maxed out boost and medium agility, but the lowest top speed. In the ''Mario Baseball'' series, she is among the weakest batters, but she makes up for it by being quite fast and a great fielder.

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* FragileSpeedster: In ''Barrel Blast'', she has maxed out boost and medium high agility, but the lowest top speed. In the ''Mario Baseball'' series, she is among the weakest batters, but she makes up for it by being quite fast and a great fielder.



* MightyGlacier: In ''Barrel Blast'', he has very high top speed, but poor boost and agility.

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* MightyGlacier: In ''Barrel Blast'', he has very high top speed, but poor low boost and poor agility.



* UseYourHead: His animation for the [[GroundPound Super Duper Simian]] in ''Donkey Kong 64'' has him slamming his head on the ground while spinning on it.

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* UseYourHead: His animation for the [[GroundPound Super Duper Simian]] Simian Slam]] in ''Donkey Kong 64'' has him slamming his head on the ground while spinning on it.



* IdleAnimation: In ''[=DK64=]'', he takes amusement at a butterfly landing on his hand, but gets annoyed when more start landing on them, so he swats them all away. He may also do a PrimalChestpound

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* IdleAnimation: In ''[=DK64=]'', he takes amusement at a butterfly landing on his hand, but gets annoyed when more start landing on them, so he swats them all away. He may also do a PrimalChestpoundPrimalChestpound.



* GadgeteerGenius: He gadgeteered the jet barrels that let you move from one level to another in ''DKC'' and ''DKC2'', switched to being a supercompetant vehicle mechanic in ''DKC3'' and a weapons manufacturer in ''DK64''.

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* GadgeteerGenius: He gadgeteered the jet barrels that let you move from one level to another in ''DKC'' ''[=DKC=]'' and ''DKC2'', ''[=DKC2=]'', switched to being a supercompetant vehicle mechanic in ''DKC3'' ''[=DKC3=]'' and a weapons manufacturer in ''DK64''.''[=DK64=]''.



* SurferDude: In ''DKC'' he had a levitating surfboard.

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* SurferDude: In ''DKC'' ''[=DKC2=]'' he had a levitating surfboard.



* AscendedExtra: His new abilities in ''[=DKC3=]'', along with getting two levels instead of just one.

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* AscendedExtra: His new abilities in ''[=DKC3=]'', along with getting two levels instead of just one.one dedicated to him.



* TookALevelInBadass: In ''Barrel Blast'', he plays the same role as the infamous '''Blue Shell''' from the ''Mario Kart'' series, but his attack can be avoided with a well timed jump. If he is summoned by a Kong, the player who gets hit will also lose bananas.

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* TookALevelInBadass: In ''Barrel Blast'', he plays the same role as the infamous '''Blue '''Spiny Shell''' from the ''Mario Kart'' series, but his attack can be avoided with a well timed jump. If he is summoned by a Kong, the player who gets hit will also lose ''all'' of their bananas.



The most commonly recurring Animal Friend, Squawks is a green parrot that lives with Cranky Kong. Unlike the other Animal Friends, Squawks has had a different use in many of the games he's appeared in. In ''DKC'', he carried a lantern to light up a dark cavern; in ''[=DKC2=]'' and ''[=DKC3=]'', he actually carried the Kongs and spat eggs at enemies; in ''[=DK64=]'' he told the story, gave tutorials, found bananas for the Kongs, and carried a flashlight; and in ''DKCR'', he helps the Kongs locate hidden items.

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The most commonly recurring Animal Friend, Squawks is a green parrot that lives with Cranky Kong. Unlike the other Animal Friends, Squawks has had a different use in many of the games he's appeared in. In ''DKC'', he carried a lantern to light up a dark cavern; in ''[=DKC2=]'' and ''[=DKC3=]'', he actually carried the Kongs and spat eggs at enemies; in ''[=DK64=]'' he told the story, gave tutorials, found bananas for the Kongs, and carried a flashlight; and in ''DKCR'', ''DKCR'' and ''Tropical Freeze'', he helps the Kongs locate hidden items.



* AscendedExtra: Squawks went from being useless in ''DKC'' to fulfilling a vital role in ''[=DKC2=]''.

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* AscendedExtra: Squawks went from being virtually useless in ''DKC'' to fulfilling a vital role in ''[=DKC2=]''.''[=DKC2=]''. He was the first Animal Friend to fight a boss.



* ADayInTheLimelight: Screech's Sprint.



* JackOfAllStats: He's in the middleweight class and has an average top speed, but poor turning and acceleration.

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* JackOfAllStats: He's in the middleweight class and has an average top speed, but poor turning and acceleration.



* GeniusBruiser: He's pretty smart and very strong. Quite fitting as crocodiles are intelligent even among reptile standards.

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* GeniusBruiser: He's pretty smart and very strong. Quite fitting as crocodiles in real life are intelligent even among reptile standards.



* YourSizeMayVary: Is much bigger in ''Donkey Kong 64'' than in his previous appearances.

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* YourSizeMayVary: Is much bigger in ''Donkey Kong 64'' than in both his previous and later appearances.



** Kritter became a playable character in the ''Mario Strikers'' series, ''Mario Baseball'' series as well as ''Videogame/Donkey Kong Barrel Blast''.



* InvincibleMinorMinion: Rockkrocs (except in the remakes) and Kackle.

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* InvincibleMinorMinion: Rockkrocs (except in the remakes) remakes and the Japanese version of the SNES ''DKC'') and Kackle.



* RealMenWearPink: Skiddas, Krimps and pink Krunchas. Kritters also wears pink clothing in the ''Mario Strikers'' series when on Princess Peach's team.
* RedEyesTakeWarning: Rockkrocs, Kloaks, Kackles, Dark Klobbers, and Robotic Kritters.

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* RealMenWearPink: Skiddas, Koindozers, Krimps and pink Krunchas. Kritters Kritter also wears pink clothing in the ''Mario Strikers'' series when on Princess Peach's team.
* RedEyesTakeWarning: Rockkrocs, Kloaks, Kackles, Dark Klobbers, and Robotic Kritters.Kritters, Kludge and Kalypso.
4th Jul '16 7:38:29 PM Discar
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* OutsideContextVillain: You don't really anticipate simians living on a warm tropical island having to deal with Vikings from the arctic.

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* OutsideContextVillain: OutsideGenreFoe: You don't really anticipate simians living on a warm tropical island having to deal with Vikings from the arctic.



* OutsideContextVillain

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* OutsideContextVillainOutsideContextProblem



* OutsideContextVillain: We know absolutely ''nothing'' about him. We don't know if he's TheExile, or just a crazy hermit, or if he represents some lost branch of the Kong clan.

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* OutsideContextVillain: OutsideContextProblem: We know absolutely ''nothing'' about him. We don't know if he's TheExile, or just a crazy hermit, or if he represents some lost branch of the Kong clan.
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