Collector (Rabbid)

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Model of a Collector in the Donkey Kong Adventure DLC of Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle
3D Model of a Tropical Collector from Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle
First appearance Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle (Donkey Kong Adventure) (2018)
Variant of Rabbid
Splash screen featuring Collector.
“These assailants are Collectors - they steal anything shiny and metal. Including our Washing Machine parts! We'll have to defeat the Collectors to retrieve the parts. Quick! Before another enemy picks them up!”
Beep-0, Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle

Collectors are Rabbid enemies in the Donkey Kong Adventure mode of Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle. They are among the first enemies encountered in the side story, and as such have basic stats. All Collectors have Time Washing Machine parts on-hand at the start of battles they appear in, and defeating them causes them to drop the part they are holding, giving Donkey Kong and co. the chance to retrieve it before it is stolen by another enemy. On their own, Collectors are incapable of using weapons and techniques, but make up for this by having the largest movement range out of any non-boss enemy in the game.

During the introductory cutscene, the heroes stumble upon a piece of the Time Washing Machine, only to find out that a Collector already found it, and, knowing that the heroes want it, takes it for himself. It then blows a raspberry at the heroes, followed by the introductory tagline appearing. It is the only new enemy in the Donkey Kong Adventure DLC to have an introductory cutscene, as the rest simply show the introductory tagline without a cutscene (except for bosses and mid bosses, who also have cutscenes).


Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle enemy
Tropical Collector
Tropical Collector portrait.jpg Health Points 130 Team Jump None Dash None
Area of Movement 25 Cells Primary Weapon Secondary Weapon
None None
Pipe Exit Range 10 Cells Primary Technique Secondary Technique
None None
Chase Range None Tertiary Technique Compulsive Curators!

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Italian Collezionista Collectors
Russian Сборщик
Тропический сборщик
Tropicheskiy sborschik

Tropical Collector


  • If Donkey Kong uses Magnet Groove to attract Collectors, sound effects from the equipment Supporters and Summoners have can be heard.