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Blunder's artwork from the game Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble! for SFC/SNES.
Alias(es) Mr. Blunder (himself)

Residence(s) Northern Kremisphere,
Blunder's Booth
Family Brothers Bear
Species Bear
Gender Male
Affiliation(s) Brothers Bear,
Kong Family,
Dixie Kong,
Kiddy Kong

Enemies Kremling Krew,
Baron K. Roolenstein
Game(s) Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble!
First Appearance Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble! (for SFC/SNES) (1996)
Latest Appearance Donkey Kong Country 3 (for GBA) (2005)

Blunder (ブルンダー , Burundā in Japan) is a member of the Brothers Bear family in the game Donkey Kong Country 3. Blunder's Booth, a library in the Game Boy Advance version of the game, is found on the overworld map of the Northern Kremisphere, at the left of Kremwood Forest world. Blunder is the least involved in the overall item collecting and trading that the other Brothers Bears do, as he has literally nothing to trade, even less than Baffle.

Visiting Blunder is entirely optional. The entire game can be fully completed without stepping foot in Blunder's Booth. Blunder is somewhat slightly arrogant, as he usually acts like he is overly smarter compared to the Kongs, but he accidentally reveals clues about reaching the secret lost world, Krematoa, which is obvious as he got his name from the word "blunder", meaning "stupid and/or careless mistake", along with the word "blunderer", which is a person who makes mistakes because of incompetence, and lastly from the act of blundering, meaning making or characterized by stupid and/or careless mistakes and/or being clumsy. He slowly reveals clues until the Kongs beat KAOS Kore when he comments how they would "...ever think of circling the rocks...". He goes so far by breaking the fourth wall, as to state Dixie and Kiddy Kong unlocked Krematoa with the Nintendo Power guide, but later confesses he did so himself. In the SNES version, Blunder's tie spins when he accidentally reveals information about Krematoa.


Entering his booth[]

  • "I've been watching your progress for a while, Dixie/Kiddy/Kongs. The name's Blunder, but you can call me Mr. Blunder." (first meeting)

  • "So you think you're going to find everything in the game, eh? You don't even know there's a Lost World, do you?"
  • "Back for more clues, eh? Well, if you think I'm telling you the Lost World is in the compass rocks...."
  • "You're still stuck? Tsk! Then again, there's no way you'd ever think of circling around the rocks..."
  • "Still can't find the Lost World eh? You're obviously not going around the rocks fast enough then, are you?!"
  • "How's it going, heroic Dixie/Kiddy/Kongs? I'm not surprised you're stuck - you haven't even searched around the rocks!"
  • "So you've gotten this far, have you? Big deal, you haven't even found the Lost World yet. And that's on the main map!"

  • "So, you found the Lost World then, did you?" (after Krematoa)
  • "I can't believe you found the Lost World on your own! I bet you cheeky so and so's used Nintendo Power's guide!" (no help)

Leaving his booth[]

  • "Whoops, I think I just let the cat out of the bag."
  • "Uh-oh... er, you didn't actually hear that, did you?"
  • "Get out! Get out of my shack and stop making a monkey out of me!"
  • "Right that's it, I'm leaving! You're not getting anymore clues from me, so there!"
  • "D'oh! I've done it now."
  • "Oh no! Not again! I can't believe I just said that."
  • "Big deal! You'd never have found it without my invaluable help!" (after Krematoa)
  • "I know I did!" (no help)

  • "Big deal! You'd never have found it without my invaluable help!" (after revealing Krematoa)
  • "I know I did!" (no help)