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Game Series Donkey Kong series
First Appearance Donkey Kong Country 1994
Alias: Klump the Klemling
Alter Ego: Kannon[1]
Affiliation: Kremling Krew
Occupation: K. Rool's right-hand
Position: Second in commander
Species: Kremling
Gender: Male
Birthplace: Crocodile Isle
Home: Kremkroc Industries, Inc. (base)
Power: Underbelly
Weapon(s): Cannon
Orange Grenages
Voice Actor(s): Adrian Truss (TV series)
Toshihide Tsuchiya (2007-present)
Trademark: Helmet

Klump (known as Klump the Kremling) is a obese Kremling member of Kremling Krew in which is the second-in-commander and K. Rool's loyal right-hand.[2]

Caracteristics[edit | edit source]

Klump is a purple obese Kritter with yellow belly, purple eyes and tattooed with three yellow chevrons in arms.

His main outlift is a green military helmet with three yellow chevrons, green belt with five pockets and black boots with white shoelaces. As Kannon, he use earrings, a large belt, pirate boots, black eye patch and a large black hat with a white human skull and cross-bones on it. In Donkey Kong 64, he has the same appearance, but he use a yellow shirt. In Donkey Kong: Barrel Blast, Klump use a wooden bucket on its head and wears green trousers.

In TV series, Klump has the same appearance, but his skin is green.

History[edit | edit source]

Donkey Kong Country[edit | edit source]

Leading the half from Kremling Krew army, Klump is ordered by K. Rool to steal the Banana Hoard in DK's Treehouse which was protected by Diddy Kong. After Diddy was defeated by Krusha, Klump commands to lock him in a barrel and take the bananas to his industrial base.[3][4]

As enemy, Klump is protected by his helmet that resists the Diddy's trampling attack. But he can be defeated by any method.

Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest/Donkey Kong Land 2[edit | edit source]

As most from members of Kremling Krew, Klump (going by the alias of Kannon[5] in the game) patrolled all corners of the Crocodile Isle to prevent Diddy Kong and Dixie Kong from saving the DK.

As enemy, Klump uses a medium-sized cannon where he shoot forward or downward. His projectiles are barrels or cannonballs. Without his helmet to protect himself, Klump can be easily defeated by several methods.

Donkey Kong 64[edit | edit source]

Klump together with Kasplat & chief technician is ordered by K. Rool to distract DK stealing the Golden Bananas and kidnap 4 Kongs to gain time repairing the Blast-O-Matic power source.

As enemy, Klump closely attacks the Kongs with underbelly and launches his Orange Grenades from far. He can be defeated with Orange Grenades, musical instrument or shockwave attack.

Donkey Kong Barrel Blast[edit | edit source]

Klump this time is unlockable playable character as seventh from Kremling team. He can be very high in speed, but poor agility and low boost rivaling Lanky Kong.

Levels[edit | edit source]

Donkey Kong Country[edit | edit source]

  • Jungle Hijinxs
  • Torchlight Trouble
  • Trick Track Trek
  • Elevator Antics
  • Blackout Basement
  • Platform Perils

Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest[edit | edit source]

  • Kannon's Klaim
  • Squawk's Shaft
  • Rattle Battle
  • Slime Climb
  • Bramble Scramble
  • Mudhole Marsh
  • Rambi Rumble
  • Gusty Glade
  • Web Woods
  • Windy Well
  • Chain Link Chamber
  • Toxic Tower
  • Animal Antics

Donkey Kong 64[edit | edit source]

Appearances[edit | edit source]

List of appearances by date[edit | edit source]

Title Description Release date System/format
Donkey Kong Country Enemy 1994 Super Nintendo Entertainment System
Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest Enemy 1995 Super Nintendo Entertainment System
Donkey Kong Land 2 Enemy 1996 Game Boy
Donkey Kong 64 Enemy 1999 Nintendo 64
Donkey Kong Country (GBC Port) Enemy 2000 Game Boy Color
Donkey Kong Country (GBA Port) Enemy 2003 Game Boy Advance
Donkey Kong Country 2 (GBA Port) Enemy 2004 Game Boy Advance
Donkey Kong Barrel Blast Unlockable playable character 2007 Wii

Gallery[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest Instruction Booklet, Nintendo, 1995 p. 29
  2. Donkey Kong 64 Instruction Booklet, Nintendo, 1999, p. 5
  3. Donkey Kong Country Instruction Booklet, Nintendo, 1994, p. 5
  4. Donkey Kong Country Player's Guide, Nintendo, 1994, p. 88
  5. Donkey Kong Country 2 GBA Instruction booklet, Nintendo, 2004 p. 23