Brash's Cabin

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Brash's Cabin
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Brash's Cabin in the original Super Nintendo Entertainment System release
First appearance Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble! (1996)
Latest appearance Donkey Kong Country 3 (Game Boy Advance) (2005)
Greater location Kremwood Forest
Owner Brash

Brash's Cabin is a wooden cabin inhabited by Brash in Kremwood Forest in Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble!. In the Game Boy Advance version, it was changed into a stadium named Brash's Stadium, but it otherwise has the same purpose. Brash's Cabin becomes accessible when Dixie and Kiddy Kong clear Springin' Spiders (or Barrel Shield Bust-Up in the Game Boy Advance version).

Appearance[edit]

Brash's Stadium in the Game Boy Advance version

Brash's Cabin has a similar appearance to the other Brothers Bear locations, which are also wooden cabins. Inside, there is a doormat at the entrance threshold, a small 4x4 window, a shelf with many trophies, two framed certificates on the wall, and some wooden barrels in the foreground. Brash is sitting behind a counter, and on the left side is an LED display with red text showing the time record of clearing Riverside Race. At first, it shows Brash's record (1:15:00), but if the Kongs beat his time, theirs is shown instead.

In the Game Boy Advance version, Brash's Stadium is a circular stadium. In the background, there are some stands, and there are small red, green, and blue flags placed on top of the arena. Brash's Stadium lacks a roof, so some tall trees of Kremwood Forest are visible from above. Brash's Stadium has an orange running track and a circular grass area in the center. Brash is standing on the grass area behind a white and blue table which is decorated with blue, white and red ribbons.

History[edit]

When Dixie Kong and Kiddy Kong first arrive at Brash's Cabin, Brash boasts about his Riverside Race record. If the Kongs beat this time and revisit Brash, he becomes furious and throws a tantrum. In the original Super Nintendo Entertainment System release, this is exhibited by Brash slamming his fists on the counter. The tremor causes a nearby log to fall into the river, and it gets stuck downstream, creating a small bridge to the secret cave, Arich's Hoard.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ブラッシュの小屋[1] (Super Famicom)
Burasshu no Koya
ブラッシュのスタジアム (Game Boy Advance)
Burasshu no Sutajiamu
Brash's Cabin

Brash's Stadium

References[edit]

  1. ^ Super Donkey Kong 3: Nazo no Kremis-tō「クレミスマップ」fold-out