Klump from DKC? --Taj The Genie 19:15, 3 October 2007 (EDT)
Then yeah yeah we should move it there. --Taj The Genie 21:33, 3 October 2007 (EDT)
A seriously doubt there is only one Klump, I mean, c'mon, multiple Klumps can be seen on-screen in the games. -- Sir Grodus 18:56, 16 December 2007 (EST)
I'm pretty sure that quashes the whole single Klump thing. -- Sir Grodus 20:14, 16 December 2007 (EST)
I haven't used this type of talking before so sorry if I mess up. Anyway in the manual he is referred to as "Klump the Kremling" which mean Klump is a name rather then a type of kremling. If Klump was a species of Kremlings it would say "a Klump" instead. It wouldn't be the first time a character is used as a type of enemy in a game. Sorry if I confused anyone. Here is where the part of the story that describes Klump(connect the n with the g).  ~shadowexe
I kno this disscusion is really old now, but i really do believe that klump are a species. the manual could be refering to a single klump in general. Similar to how the super mario bros manual talks about lakitu as 1 character, but we all know that there are multiple lakitus.--[User:16-Volt 14:20, 26 October 2011 (EDT)
- Old game manuals refer to enemies in the singular all the time. Should be rewritten. --Glowsquid (talk) 18:32, 7 May 2014 (EDT)
Is this guy a boss? Jdrawer 09:21, 28 April 2012 (EDT)
Rewrite into a species article
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Right now the page is written like there is only one Klump. This is clearly false as multiple Klumps/Kannons can be seen at the same time in DKC, DKC2 and DK64. There's simply no questioning it.
Per Glowsquid in the comments, there doesn't seem to be enough evidence to suggest the existence of an individual Klump, so I suggest simply rewriting this into a species article.
1: dkc manual isn't proof of anything. old game manuals like to write about the enemies as if they were individual characters (see super mario bros for example).
2: the klump in dk64 has no distinguishing feature and no appearance after the intro cutscene. if we made a page for every generic enemies in the mario rpgs that are given dialogue and characterization, it would be hell.
3: that would leave the dkc novel as the one time where "klump" is unambiguously an individual character, but as said above, the novel does that for every generic enemies.
Then should we just rewrite this into a species article? I'd be up for that as well, I was just under the impression that people thought there was an individual Klump. Aokage (talk) 08:35, 2 September 2015 (EDT)
- sure. --Glowsquid (talk) 08:46, 2 September 2015 (EDT)
Klump is no species, but yes character, second commander of Kremling Krew, Kannon is his alias and K. Rool's right-hand. I find various evidences.
- “The enormous bulk of Klump the Kremling landed on top of Diddy, knocking him senseless.”
- —Donkey Kong Country SNES instruction booklet, page 5
- “Klump is quite a character. He's like a big, overweight drill sergeant.”
- —Donkey Kong Country Player's Guide, page 13
- “It looks like Klump can shoot.”
- —Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest SNES instruction booklet, page 29
- “Batten down the hatches—looks like Klump’s been taking shooting lessons!”
- —Donkey Kong Country 2 GBA instruction booklet, page 23
- “Klump waddled over and put a consoling arm around his distraught leader.”
- —Donkey Kong 64 Nintendo 64 instruction booklet, page 29