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Fluff
Fluff
Artwork of a regular Fluff from the game Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze.
Homeland Unknown


Sub-Species Tuff Fluffs,
Hareys,
Harolds


Powers/Abilities Jumping high back and forward at regular intervals (only small size variants)
Leader(s) Lord Fredrik, The Snowmad King
Affiliations Snowmads
Enemies Kong Family,
Donkey Kong,
Diddy Kong,
Dixie Kong,
Cranky Kong,
Funky Kong
Game(s) Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze
First Game Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze (for Wii U) (2014)


Latest Game Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze (for Switch) (2018)

Fluff is a member of the Snowmads appearing as a enemy in the game Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze

Physical Appearance

Fluff can be seen as a blue-eyed rabbit, with brown fur on his body and white fur on his hands, chest, and feet. He also has a white beard, white eyebrows, and a white ponytail. Fluff also wears a hair tie securing his ponytail, his beard, and even on his ears. Fluff wears striped pants with both blues light-and-dark-coloured.

Strategy

They to hop and move in two directions, changing whenever they hit a wall. They can be be defeated with a single jump on bonk on their head or a roll. They can also be stunned by a ground-pound. They bounce high enough for the Kongs to roll under them. A barrel will also knock them out.

Variants

  • Tuff Fluffs are very similar to Fluffs but have a helmet. When they are bounced on, they will fall on their backs and can be thrown. They can be defeated in the same means except when jumped on.
  • Hareys are bigger versions of Fluffs and take three hits to be defeated. They are stationary, but when they hit the ground, they cause icicles to drop around them. They cannot be stunned. They can also be rolled into.
  • Harolds are Hareys that throw Watermelon Bombs. They are red in color and have a braided beard. They work the same as Hareys, but jump less and throw the bombs when they jump. It is advised to bonk them instead of roll into them, or throw their bombs back at them.

Names in Other Languages

Language Name Meaning/Translation
French Laboïng
German Knabberinchen
Italian Lepringo
Spanish Gazapo Raso
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