Kastle KAOS

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Level
Kastle KAOS
Kastle KAOS DKC3.png
World-Level 7 - BOSS (SNES)
8 - BOSS (GBA)
World KAOS Kore
Game Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble!
Boss KAOS
Baron K. Roolenstein
Music Big Boss Blues (SNES)
Boss Boogie (GBA)
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“So, who owns the castle?”
Dixie Kong, Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble!

Kastle KAOS is a large, looming castle and the boss level of KAOS Kore in Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble!. It is the main base-of-operations of KAOS and Baron K. Roolenstein, and is where Dixie and Kiddy Kong fight both of them.

Description[edit]

Kastle KAOS is dark and ominous and features many towers, the highest of which emits a mysterious pink glow, and overlooks the lake and waterfalls of KAOS Kore. The castle itself is built out of light brown-colored bricks. The exterior is mostly shown from official artwork, because it is only shown as a faint, birds-eye-view from the KAOS Kore map. In the Game Boy Advance port, the whole exterior was redesigned to be held together by green pillars with yellow spikes protruding across the castle. The main castle is now made up of stone.

The Kongs fight KAOS and Baron K. Roolenstein within a large room of the castle, which is the only part of the interior shown. The room appears to be a small laboratory (possibly based on Frankenstein), featuring some control panels in front of a large window, a beaker, a large electricity generator on each side of the room, three shelves of books on the right wall, and chains that hang from the ceiling. There is also a red curtain on the right wall concealing a chamber. After defeating KAOS, the curtain rises up, revealing it as a control panel from which Baron K. Roolenstein operates KAOS. This is a reference to a scene from a classic film, The Wizard of Oz.

Battle[edit]

When the Kongs first enter the location, they get into a rematch with KAOS. Afterward, KAOS is destroyed, the red curtain lifts, revealing Baron. Angered about KAOS's destruction, Baron continues fighting the Kongs. Initially he flies around, attempting to ram into them, but later uses a remote to discharge electricity from the large generators, as an attempt to electrocute the Kongs. After defeating Baron, Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong are freed from KAOS.

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Super Nintendo Entertainment System[edit]

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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 復讐のマシン ボス カオス
Fukushuu no Mashin Bosu Kaosu
Avenger Machine Boss Kaos
French Château KAOS Literal translation
Italian Kastello Kaos Castle KAOS ("Kastello" is "Castello" (castle) with a "K")

Trivia[edit]

  • If the Kongs defeat KAOS and lose a life, they do not fight him again when re-entering the stage. The stage picks up from the battle with Baron K. Roolenstein himself.