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Doron
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Artwork of Doron from Kirby: Right Back at Ya!
Details
First episode A Blockbuster Battle (Japanese version)
A Dark & Stormy Knight (4Kids dub)
Last episode Cappy Town Down
Main role Supporting character
Voice actor(s) Nobuo Tobita (Japanese version)
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This article is about the imprisoned Cappy character in Kirby: Right Back at Ya!, and should not be confused with Dogon.

Doron is a Cappy and a minor supporting character in the anime series Kirby: Right Back at Ya!. He is a relatively silent character who spends most of his time inside the jail cell in Chief Bookem's police station. In the rare scenes where he is outside the cell, he is usually committing some sort of crime; typically theft. Doron's only significant role in the series is in the episode The Thing About the Ring, where he attempts to steal Sir Ebrum's engagement ring after it had already passed through several other characters' hands. He eventually ends up having to give it up when Kirby threatens to inhale him.

Doron has few distinguishing features, though his round goatee is the main one. He also has three thin strands of hair on his head. He has very little dialogue, usually only responding with "uh-huh" or "uh-uh" to yes and no questions. In the Japanese version, he is almost completely silent. He seems to only be interested in committing theft, which results in him being more-or-less constantly incarcerated in the police station. While there, however, he is mild-mannered and even gets along with Chief Bookem to a certain degree.

Filmography[edit]

The following is a complete list of all of Doron's appearances in Kirby: Right Back at Ya!, along with other information regarding his role in each episode:

Doron's appearances in Kirby: Right Back at Ya!  
Episode Image Role Role details Selected quote Notes
A Blockbuster Battle
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Tertiary character Doron's first appearance in the show has him in the jail cell in the background at the police HQ in Cappy Town. He can later be seen recoiling when Kirby is firing the machine gun uncontrollably, and peers out with the others after they'd all ran into the jail cell for cover. (no dialogue) Doron only appears in the Japanese version of this episode.
A Dark & Stormy Knight
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Tertiary character Doron can be briefly seen in the jail cell while Chief Bookem talks to him before Bookem gets zapped by Kracko's lightning. (no dialogue)
Un-Reality TV
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Tertiary character Doron can be seen outside of his jail cell in the mob of hypnotized villagers trying to chase Kirby out of Dream Land. (hypnotized) "Kirby must go away..." This episode marks Doron's first dialogue in the series, though everything he says is also said simultaneously by Chief Bookem.
Hail to the Chief
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Tertiary character Doron does not physically appear in this episode, instead only being seen in a photo of him trying to escape with some stolen goods from Chief Bookem. (no dialogue)
Cappy New Year
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Tertiary character Doron does not appear physically in this episode, instead being represented as a float built by Chief Bookem. (no dialogue)
The Pillow Case
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Tertiary character Doron can be seen briefly in the jail cell while Chief Bookem watches King Dedede's advertisement for dream pillows. (no dialogue)
The Thing About the Ring
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Primary character In this episode, Doron has somehow managed to escape from his cell and tries to steal Sir Ebrum's engagement ring while the rest of town are chasing after him. Kirby manages to stop Doron getting away, but the ring is lost in the process. Later on, Chief Bookem and the others interrogate Doron about the ring's whereabouts after locking him back up, but he has nothing to say about it. Chief Bookem then tows Doron around town to aid in searching for the ring, but eventually manages to get away from Bookem again. When Kirby manages to get the ring back from Tokkori, Doron steals it again, but is then shortly apprehended by the monster Honker Stomper and carried away.

Later on, when Kirby and Honker Stomper are battling over the stolen pile of jewelry at Castle Dedede, Doron is revealed to have been buried in the pile. Once uncovered, he gets pulled to and fro by the competing inhales until Kirby is momentarily distracted, causing Honker Stomper to once again catch Doron with his nostrils. After Tuff throws pepper into Honker Stomper's nose, the monster sneezes Doron out, and he flies out the window along with Kirby. While in the air, Kirby threatens to inhale Doron if he doesn't give up the ring, but this ultimately leads to the ring being lost to a fish when Kirby and Doron fall in the river.

At the end of the episode, after the ring is fortuitously recovered, Doron can be seen at Kawasaki's restaurant along with Chief Bookem, apparently without further consequence.

"Uh-huh." This episode marks Doron's only leading role.
Here Comes the Son
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Tertiary character In this episode, Doron can be seen outside of his jail cell, keeping watch for Chief Bookem through the night to see if Knuckle Joe returns. "Uh-uh."
Escargoon Rules
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Tertiary character Doron can be briefly seen in the crowd shortly after the Drifter monsters are revealed. (no dialogue)
Abusement Park
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Tertiary character Doron can be briefly seen in the crowd during the karaoke contest. (no dialogue)
A Recipe for Disaster
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Tertiary character Doron can be briefly seen in the crowd gathered in Castle Dedede to watch Chef Shiitake's cooking. (no dialogue)
Watermelon Felon
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Tertiary character In addition to being seen in the prison cell at the police HQ, Doron can also be seen in the audience at Kirby's show trial. "Uh-huh!"
A Novel Approach
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Tertiary character Doron can be briefly seen as one of the Cappies being possessed by broomsticks at Castle Dedede. *indistinguishable from crowd*
Escar-Gone
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Tertiary character Doron can be seen in the jail cell at police HQ while the others are looking over photos with Escargoon in them. (no dialogue)
Monster Management
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Tertiary character While the mini-monster horde is causing havoc in Cappy Town, Doron can briefly be seen taking advantage of the chaos to steal food from Tuggle's grocery store. (no dialogue)
Prediction Predicament - Part II
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Tertiary character Doron can be seen in the crowd that admonishes King Dedede at the start of the episode for building a giant gold statue of himself in the middle of town instead of the playground he promised them. He can also be seen in the crowd that goes to Kabu to ask about the approaching asteroid. (no dialogue)
Sheepwrecked
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Tertiary character Doron can be seen in the crowd of Cappies that have been rounded up in Castle Dedede by Amon's sheep and which is being forced to "meeeh" meekly. "Meeeh! Meeeh!" Appears only in the Japanese version.
Tourist Trap
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Tertiary character In this episode, Doron is visited in his jail cell by the tourists, who want to get pictures with him. (no dialogue) Appears only in the Japanese version.
Cartoon Buffoon
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Tertiary character In this episode, Doron can be seen outside the jail cell in the police HQ lounging on Chief Bookem's desk and holding a wineglass while he watches the premiere broadcast of the animation the others were working on. (no dialogue)
Snack Attack - Part I
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Tertiary character In this episode, Doron can be seen hanging out in the police HQ outside of the jail cell when King Dedede is imprisoned by Chief Bookem for stealing Iro's choco-capsule toy. (no dialogue)
A Half-Baked Battle
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Tertiary character In this episode, Doron can be seen inside his jail cell, which has been inexplicably moved outside to form part of the barricade that the townsfolk threw together to prepare for the next round of the pie war against King Dedede. (no dialogue)
eNeMeE Elementary
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Tertiary character Doron can be seen in a professor's uniform along with others during the PE class when Tiff is confronting Melman over his behavior (while wearing the monster cap). (no dialogue)
Mabel Turns the Tables
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Tertiary character In this episode, Doron manages to escape from his jail cell and go on a stealing spree when Tuff and friends sabotage Chief Bookem to help Mabel's fortune come true. Doron can later be seen in the crowd of Cappies which follow Mabel to the sea. (no dialogue)
The Chill Factor
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Tertiary character In this episode, Doron can be seen in the jail cell with the others when they are all locked up by the Pengys. (no dialogue)
The School Scam
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Tertiary character In this episode, Doron can be seen at certain points in the classroom along with the other students, particularly just after Tiff fights with and bests Dirk, Kirk, and Smirk. (no dialogue)
Delivery Dilemma
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Tertiary character Doron can be seen briefly in his jail cell in this episode, while Chief Bookem is placing an order for delivery from Kawasaki's. (no dialogue)
Trick or Trek
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Tertiary character Doron can be seen in the jail cell briefly, chuckling at Chief Bookem's lack of physical fitness. *laughs*
Buccaneer Birdy
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Tertiary character Doron can be seen briefly in the jail cell at police HQ when the townsfolk are trying to get the rights to Captain Kick's treasure from Tokkori. Later on, Doron is part of the crowd that chases after the treasure. (no dialogue)
Waddle While You Work
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Tertiary character Doron can be seen trying to get away with theft while Chief Bookem and some Waddle Dees chase him down. (no dialogue)
Dedede's Monsterpiece
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Tertiary character Doron is among those who attend the Royal Acadddemy of Arts. At one point, he mimics the figure depicted in "The Scream" painting. Later on, he can be seen trying to steal some art from the museum. (no dialogue)
Goin' Bonkers
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Tertiary character Doron can be briefly seen in the jail cell, reacting to Chief Bookem getting accidentally clobbered by Bonkers. (no dialogue) Appears only in the Japanese version.
Power Ploy
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Tertiary character In this episode, Chief Bookem is taking Doron out for a supervised stroll when they encounter the vending machine for Pump-Up D. Chief Bookem decides to give some to Doron to see what will happen, causing Doron to buff up, break his cuffs, and go on a stealing spree. Chief Bookem drinks some Pump-Up D of his own to chase after Doron. "Huh?"
Cooking Up Trouble
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Tertiary character Doron is briefly seen in the jail cell at police HQ while Chief Bookem is inspecting his newly-arrived piece of SlicerDicer. (no dialogue)
A Sunsational Puzzle
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Tertiary character Doron can be seen in the jail cell at police HQ when Dedede is advertising his sun lotion and air conditioners. (no dialogue)
Tooned Out
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Tertiary character Doron can be seen in the jail cell at the police HQ while the other Cappies are pitching their animation ideas to Biggy, Boney, and Sleepy. (no dialogue)
Born to Be Mild - Part I
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Tertiary character Doron can be seen in the crowd of Cappies at the stadium race against Fang. (no dialogue)
D'Preciation Day
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Tertiary character Doron can be seen in the crowd celebrating Mayor Len Blustergas. "Happy Mayor Blustergas Appreciation Day!"
Frog Wild
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Tertiary character Doron can be seen trying to look carefully around for Devil Kirby at night with the others, but soon runs from Kirby with several other Cappies, who lock themselves in the jail cell for safety. (no dialogue)
Cappy Town Down
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Tertiary character Doron can be seen lamenting the destruction of Cappy Town along with the others near the start of the episode. (no dialogue)

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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 泥棒
Dorobō
"Thief" or "Burglar"