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Donkey Kong
DKMP10
Artwork of Donkey Kong from Mario Party 10
Status Playable (Mario Party 1-4, Mario Party 5 (Super Duel Mode), Mario Party 10)

DK Space (Mario Party 5-9)
Host of DK's Stone Statue (Mario Party DS)

Board DK's Jungle Adventure (Mario Party)

DK's Treetop Temple (Mario Party 8)
DK's Stone Statue (Mario Party DS)
DK's Jungle Ruins (Mario Party 9; unlockable)
Donkey Kong Board (Mario Party 10, amiibo Party)

Favorite Item Bowser Bomb (Mario Party 2)

Reverse Mushroom (Mario Party 3)

Goals To become a Super Star

To be King of the Jungle

Game Mario Party

Mario Party 2
Mario Party 3
Mario Party 4
Mario Party 5
Mario Party 6
Mario Party 7
Mario Party 8
Mario Party DS
Mario Party 9
Mario Party 10


Donkey Kong is a gorilla character in the Mario Party series. His first appearance was in Mario Party. He is usually not considered playable, until Mario Party 10 where he is once again playable.

Donkey Kong first appeared in the arcade version of Donkey Kong, where he was the main antagonist and the enemy of Mario when he kidnapped Pauline. It was then revealed that the Donkey Kong who fought against Mario was the current Donkey Kong's grandfather, Cranky Kong, straight from his own series known as the Donkey Kong Country games, where the current DK was the main protagonist. He is usually accompanied by his best friend Diddy Kong.

In the Mario Party seriesEdit

Mario PartyEdit

Donkey Kong is one of the first playable characters in this game. Like everyone else, DK has his own board known as DK's Jungle Adventure. The main feature of that board is that the players can get through a Whomp by paying him 10 coins, otherwise, the players will have to move on to the open path. Another feature is that if they encounter a Coin Stone, the players must have 20 coins or more in order for that Coin Stone to open, though it is still their choice if they can go through the open door or not. If a player lands on a Happening Space, then a giant boulder will roll from the northeast to the left, then down, passing on Bowser's path. Any player who is in the path of the rolling boulder will run away from that boulder all the way near the Start.

Mario Party 2Edit

Donkey Kong is playable in this game, and his favorite item is Bowser Bomb.

Mario Party 3Edit

Donkey Kong is playable in this game, and his favorite item is a Reverse Mushroom. In Duel Board, his partner is Whomp. In Story Mode, DK is the player's opponent for the Strength Star Stamp. However, if the player is DK, Luigi is his opponent.

Mario Party 4Edit

This is the last game where Donkey Kong is playable.

Mario Party 5Edit

Starting from this game, Donkey Kong is no longer playable (though he is only playable in Super Duel Mode), but he does make an appearance as DK Space in all boards.

Mario Party 6Edit

Donkey Kong makes his appearance as DK Space in all boards.

Mario Party 7Edit

Donkey Kong makes his appearance as DK Space in all boards.

Mario Party 8Edit

Donkey Kong makes his appearance as DK Space in all boards, and there is also a stage for DK known as "DK's Treetop Temple".

Mario Party DSEdit

Though there are no DK Spaces in this game, Donkey Kong makes an appearance as a host of "DK's Stone Statue".

Mario Party 9Edit

Donkey Kong makes his appearance as DK Space in all boards. He also hosts an unlockable board "DK's Jungle Ruins". This is the last game with DK Spaces.

Mario Party 10Edit

Donkey Kong returns as a playable character in this game. His own board, Donkey Kong Board, is unlocked with a Donkey Kong amiibo in amiibo Party.

GalleryEdit

 

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