Krow as seen in Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest.
|Series||Donkey Kong series|
|First game||Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest (1995)|
Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest/Donkey Kong Land 2
When Krow throws an egg at Diddy and Dixie, they must wait until it stops bouncing until they pick it up and attack Krow with it. Krow's other attack happens after two hits where he knocks his head into his own nest, and eggs will fall down. One of them, however, will stay on the ground and this egg must be thrown at Krow to attack him again. After each of his attack, he will swoop down at the Kongs, trying to attack them. The Kongs can dodge him by throwing an egg at him. After a few hits, Krow will collapse and will leave a Kremkoin behind for the Kongs to collect.
Later in Gloomy Gulch, Krow appears again as a ghost known as Kreepy Krow. One of his attacks is sending out many Mini-Neckies to attack Diddy and Dixie. They must defeat or jump over the ghostly Mini-Neckies then jump on the living Mini-Necky to summon a barrel to fall out of the sky and the Kongs must throw the barrel at Kreepy Krow to attack him. Next, a few hooks will appear that the Kongs must climb up and they must climb these ropes and avoid the eggs that Krow throws down at the Kongs until they hop into a Barrel Cannon and continue to battle Kreepy Krow on a higher level. The Mini-Neckies will go quicker if the Kongs advance on higher levels. After few more hits and repeating these steps, Krow will finally be defeated for good.
Krow reappears in Donkey Kong Land 2 along with his other form, Kreepy Krow with no significant changes.
- Despite Krow's name, he is more of a vulture than a crow.
- Krow, along with King K. Rool and KAOS are the only three bosses that are fought more than once in the Donkey Kong Country series.
- In the Game Boy Advance version of Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest, a short cutscene can be seen where Krow turns into a ghost after he is defeated in Gangplank Galleon.