Banana Fairy Princess

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Not to be confused with Banana Queen.
Banana Fairy Princess
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Species Banana Fairy
First appearance Donkey Kong 64 (1999)
“Thanks once again. Banana Fairy Kingdom is eternally grateful to you and your friends.”
Banana Fairy Princess, Donkey Kong 64

The Banana Fairy Princess[1], also known as the Banana Fairy[2], Banana Fairy Queen[3], Fairy Queen[4][5] or Mrs. Fairy[6], is the princess of the Banana Fairies. Her only appearance is in Donkey Kong 64, and she lives inside the giant fairy head of Banana Fairy Island. She resembles a normal Banana Fairy except she is noticeably larger.

Tiny is the only Kong who meets the Banana Fairy Princess, as the fairy head structure's entrance is too small. She can only access it by using her Mini-Monkey ability. Inside, Tiny finds the Banana Fairy Princess crying, and she claims that a large tremor (presumably from K. Lumsy) scared away all the Banana Fairies. The Banana Fairy Princess requests to Tiny that she and the other Kongs recover them. The Banana Fairy Princess provides them with the Banana Fairy's Camera and ten rolls of Banana Camera Film, which is the only method to capture the scattered Banana Fairies. She also gives the Kongs an additional shockwave ability.

After every Banana Fairy is recovered, Tiny can revisit the Banana Fairy Princess for a unique Golden Banana with a Rareware logo sticker on it.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Spanish Princesa Hada Banana[7] Princess Banana Fairy

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Nintendo Power Source (March 4, 2000). Golden Banana #201. Donkey Kong 64 Banana Guide (Internet Archive). Retrieved October 13, 2014.
  2. ^ Bihldorff, Nate, Jason Leung, and Drew Williams. Donkey Kong 64 Player's Guide. Page 14. "Each pile of dirt contains a 5-Banana Coin, but you can uncover the coin only if you know the special move that Tiny learns from the Banana Fairy."
  3. ^ Bogenn, Tim, and Ken Schmidt. Donkey Kong 64 Official Strategy Guide. Page 4.
  4. ^ Bogenn, Tim, and Ken Schmidt. Donkey Kong 64 Official Strategy Guide. Page 8.
  5. ^ Lockhart, Ryan. Donkey Kong 64 Official Perfect Guide. Page 4.
  6. ^ Barton, Jeff, Mario De Govia, and Donato Tica. Donkey Kong 64 Prima's Official Strategy Guide. Page 15.
  7. ^ Official Donkey Kong 64 website (Guías Nintendo) Section "Otros Personajes"