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Colonel Pluck
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Colonel Pluck as seen in the game Donkey Kong Country Returns for Wii.

World(s) Factory
Residence(s) Feather Fiend
Species Chicken
Gender Male
Affiliation(s) Tiki Tak Tribe
Powers/Abilities Piloting the Stompybot 3000,
Flying small airship,
Dropping Buckbots
Enemies Kong Family
Game(s) Donkey Kong Country Returns,
Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D
First Appearance Donkey Kong Country Returns (2010)
Latest Appearance Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D (2013)

Colonel Pluck is the chicken boss of the Factory world of the Donkey Kong Island in the games Donkey Kong Country Returns and Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D. He pilots a huge robotic contraption called the Stompybot 3000. He was hypnotized by Cordian.


Colonel Pluck was hypnotized into stomping on a bunch of bananas into mush and using them to animate various Tiki minions (Tiki Goons, Tiki Tanks and Tiki Torches). He was then forced into battle against Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong. When defeated by them, he is knocked out cold and lies unconscious under the remains of his robot, while Cordian gets a beating and is sent flying by Donkey Kong.

Physical Appearance

Colonel Pluck is a white chicken that wears goggles with a black frame. He has a limp, red comb on his head and fairly long arms and neck for a chicken. He also has four tips at the end of each arm, which function similar to hands, helping him control the Stompybot 3000.

Super Smash Bros. for Wii U

Colonel Pluck appears as a trophy.

Trophy Information

NA: Stomp all night, stomp all day. Colonel Pluck has been hypnotized by the Tiki Tak Tribe to mash bananas with his Stompybot 3000. Looks like they're creating new tribe members with the resulting juice. Hopefully they're peeling those bananas... Nothing worse than leftover peel in a banana smoothie.

PALHe stomps stolen bananas into mush with his giant stomping machine. Why does he do it? Because the Tiki Tak Tribe are controlling him - that's why! They're using the banana mush to create new tribe members. Who knew bananas were so magical?