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DKBarrelsprite.png Crystal Coconut DKBarrelsprite.png
CrystalCoconut64.png
Artwork of the Crystal Coconut.
Usage Fuels the Kongs' special moves. (DK64)
Collecting every one unlocks Wrinky in Jungle Jam mode (DK:KoS)
Location DK Isles (DK64)
Game appearances Donkey Kong 64
DK: King of Swing
Donkey Kong Barrel Blast

The Crystal Coconut is the treasure of Kongo Bongo Island guarded by Donkey Kong, and King K. Rool tries to steal it. It only appears in the TV series of DKC and several video games.

History

Donkey Kong 64

In Donkey Kong 64, Crystal Coconuts were the power sources for the Kong's special abilities and how long their barrel power can last. They are semi-common items that are found in most levels.

Donkey Kong Country television series

The Crystal Coconut in the Donkey Kong Country TV series.

The Crystal Coconut is also featured in the Donkey Kong Country TV series. The it was stolen from an unknown source by the great-great-grandfather of one of the show's main characters, Kaptain Skurvy. Skurvy's great-great-grandfather hid the Coconut on Kongo Bongo Island, specifically in the eye of the mystical idol Inka Dinka Doo. However, after many years the coconut pops out of its hiding place and is found by Donkey Kong, who is then proclaimed the future ruler of Kongo Bongo Island. The show's main antagonists King K. Rool and the aforementioned Kaptain Skurvy constantly try to steal the coconut from the Kongs; the former wants to use it to take over Kongo Bongo Island; the latter believes it is his birthright as his ancestor stole the Coconut, and seems to want to use it to "rule the seven seas" as well.

The Coconut's powers in the show range widely. It is known to be able to heal wounds, and occasionally characters can look into it (like a crystal ball) and see whatever they wish to. Occasionally the Coconut projects images on its own, often warning the Kongs when Kaptain Skurvy and his crew are returning to Kong Bongo Island (this may suggest that the coconut posses some level of intelligence). Cranky Kong seems to be able to use the coconut to teleport (in an astral form) to different places, though he must always return to where the Coconut is, even if it has been removed. For the duration of the show, the Crystal Coconut is kept inside a globe in Cranky's Cabin.

DK: King of Swing

In DK: King of Swing, Crystal Coconuts were most commonly found in Bonus Stages. Collecting all of them would unlock Wrinkly Kong in the Jungle Jam mode.

Donkey Kong Barrel Blast

Crystal Coconuts appear as items in Donkey Kong Barrel Blast. They are found in red balloons. They grant the player invincibility and the power to perform unlimited Wild Moves.

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