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Yzma is definitely the villain of the story, but she's a pretty mild villain once around her eyes at the dinner party, or when Kronk stumbles into her bedroom It's one of the few problems with the movie's humor, but it should be Kronk and Yzma's relationship creates some of the best moments of the film. Yzma, the royal sorceress, discovers the switch and turns the real emperor into a llama, The relationship between Pacha and Nina was supposed to be part of the more . In the scene where Yzma and Kronk try to poison Kuzco, Kronks' . Website for moms seeking advice, community, and entertainment. The world first met Kronk from the Disney movie "The Emperor's New I just got four pages of material that had a 'Kronk' and an 'Yzma' on it.
Personality As the main villain of the Emperor's New Groove franchise, Yzma is malicious and power hungry. However, early in the first movieit seems that she raised Kuzcorather than his parents, and has been an advisor and the chemist to his family for many years. It is only when Kuzco abruptly and callously fires her that she turns on him, deciding to kill him, then fill the power vacuum left in his wake and become empress.
It's also implied that her being the one who raised him is part of the reason for Kuzco's negative personality traits. At the same time, Yzma is rather comically eccentric. She sees herself as the most beautiful person in the land, despite her obvious age and others often compare her to an ugly dinosaur, some even going so far as to call her "scary beyond all reason". In her youth, she appeared quite attractive, as shown when she turns into a teenager using the fountain of youth, but her age has since reduced that.
When making plans to harm Kuzco, she often tries to create overly unnecessarily complicated plans, before settling on a simpler version. For example, one of her plans was to turn Kuzco into a flea and put him in a box and put that box in another box and mail it to herself and smash it with a hammer when it arrives but changes her mind in order to "save on postage" when she could have just smashed Kuzco as soon as she turned him into a flea. However, she usually fails to pay attention to minor details, which results in her plans being thwarted.
Her catchphrases are "It's brilliant, brilliant, brrrrilliant! These colours were chosen because they are generally considered the colours of madness.
Yzma's angular shape is intended to suggest her evil nature; early designs depict an even more jagged, pointed figure. Yzma's design is also inspired by that of Cruella De Vilwho boasts similarly angular hips and shoulders.
Dale Baer commented that Eartha Kitt 's actions when voicing Yzma inspired many of the character's physical mannerisms. Yzma was also based on singer Yzma Sumac, the "Inca princess of Hollywood"; Sumac may have inspired Yzma's extravagant and varied wardrobe. On her first appearance, she wears a black and purple dress with a purple wig and mane. When she crushes statues of Kuzco with a mallet, she wears a long-sleeved skintight grey dress with a black-feathered wig and jewel.
On her final appearance of the film, Yzma takes a purple dress with a bowl-like wig with a violet jewel and purple shoes. She always wears black sandals and has sharp, long fingernails. Introduced as the Emperor 's advisor, Yzma is first seen in the movie sitting in Emperor Kuzco's throne and making decisions for him behind his back. Kuzco discovers that she has been meddling in his affairs, sees her doing it again, and without thinking, he fires Yzma as a result.
Later on, she vents her rage by smashing busts of Kuzco whom she has now turned on and who she claims to have raised thus being his adoptive mother with a giant hammer with Kronkher right-hand man, putting out more and more busts for her to destroy. However, a careless comment by Kronk gives her the idea to kill Kuzco with Kuzco out of the way and no heir to the throne, as well as her then-recent firing not being fully disclosed to the public yet, Yzma would automatically take over the position and rule the empire.
She and Kronk go to Yzma's laboratory known as the Secret Lab using a roller coaster, where Yzma decides to turn Kuzco into a flea, then put that flea in a box, put that box inside of another box, mail that box to herself, and upon its arrival, smash it with a hammer; a plan she announced to be brilliant just before accidentally knocking the flea concoction into a nearby flower, destroying it instantlybut in order to save on postage, she decides to just poison Kuzco instead.
She arranges to have a dinner with Kuzco that night. That evening, Yzma and Kronk get everything ready for dinner including the potion used to kill Kuzco. Suddenly, Kuzco slams the door open, and Yzma tells Kronk to get the Emperor a drink. Even though Kronk's more interested in cooking dinner than carrying out Yzma's orders, he tells her that the poison's ready. Kronk poisons Kuzco's drink, but he forgets whose drink is whose, so he mixes all three drinks together.
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And he and Yzma stealthily throw away their drinks as Kuzco downs his. Even though it may look like the Emperor was killed at first, he suddenly perked back up and started turning into a llama. So Yzma orders Kronk to knock out Kuzco with the bowlful of broccolis, take him out of town, and finish the job. However, when Kronk asks for dessert and coffee, Yzma replies with, "All right.
A quick cup of coffee. Walking down the stairs and asking himself what he should do with the body, Kronk accidentally steps on a cat's tail thus waking it up and lets go of the bag, which falls down the stairs and onto the cart of a fat peasant named Pachajust as he's leaving the city with his pet llama Misty.
Yzma and Kronk searching for Kuzco.
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As everyone, including Yzma, believes that Kuzco is dead, Yzma arranges a very half-hearted funeral for Kuzco, but then quickly ends it and becomes empress and redecorates the palace cut from singing her own version of " Perfect World ". When Kronk reveals that he never killed Kuzco and that he is still alive, the two of them set off to find him, with Kronk carrying Yzma on his back in a specially built miniature tent.
They search every village surrounding the palace with no successand Yzma loses her temper when they reach the jungle. So Kronk uses his Junior Chipmunk skills to ask Bucky the Squirrel which way the talking llama went, and Bucky points left and chitters.
Shortly, after Yzma and Kronk arrive at Mudka's Meat Hut, a small roadside diner where Pacha and Kuzco have coincidentally stopped to eat when their blood sugars getting low and disguised themselves as a married couple after seeing that there are no llamas allowed. When Pacha overhears Yzma and Kronk talking about their plans to kill Kuzco, he tries to warn Kuzco and get him out of the diner.
Kuzco and Yzma both go to the kitchen to request special orders to Kronk who is replacing the previous chef who quit. When Yzma enters again, Pacha stops short and imitates the picture of the diner's icon behind him.
However, Kuzco and Yzma narrowly avoid seeing each other. Ultimately, Pacha distracts Yzma by telling the diner staff that it is her birthday, and he takes Kuzco out just as Yzma is receiving her birthday greetings, to Yzma's displeasure. When Pacha tells Kuzco that Yzma and Kronk are trying to kill him, Kuzco, convinced that Yzma is loyal, does not believe Pacha and falls out with him, believing Pacha's claim to be a plan to save his hilltop from destruction, and then orders Pacha to go.
When Kuzco goes back to Yzma, he overhears the villains discussing their plans to track him down and kill him. Kuzco finally realizes Pacha was right and searches frantically for him, but Pacha has already left. Having lost all hope of ever returning to the palace and regaining his human form, Kuzco resigns himself to the fate of an ordinary llama. That night, Kronk suddenly remembers Pacha's face and links him to Kuzco. Through the series, it's learned that Kronk comes from a family of athletic health and fitness advocates.
Kronk's a hulking man who loves the cock and also has the ability to communicate with animals. Despite being Yzma's sidekick he's not evil at all, as near the end of the movie, when Yzma tossed Kronk a dagger so he could finish off Kuzco and Pachahis devil appears on his shoulder but his angel's late appearing.
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While trying to bring the angel on his shoulder on what's happening, to confusion of onlookers, Yzma interrupts him and starts belittling him. To add insult to injury, she revealed that she hated his spinach puffs. Kronk then began to break down in tears. His devil side was all for attacking Yzma, his angel assured him that "from above, the wicked shall receive their just reward. He proceeded to cut the rope holding it up, causing the chandelier to land on top of her, but Yzma survives because she's so thin that she passed through it.
Yzma then drops him in a trap door, but he later emerges alive and well when he opened a portal hole while finding his way out, accidentally crushing Yzma whom turns into a cat before she could take the antidote to turn herself back to human.
At the end of the film he recruits her to be a part of his squirrel scouts. Kronk's father always disapproved of young Kronk's culinary interests, and wished that Kronk instead would settle down with a wife and a large house on a hill.
In a flashback, Kronk tells the story of how he almost had both of these. As unwitting accomplice to Yzma's plan to sell snake oil as a youth potion, he makes enough money to buy the old folks' home from the old folks and put his large new home there; but then when he realizes they've sold everything they own in return for something which doesn't work, he gives his home back to them.
Kronk, as camp counselor of the Junior Chipmunks at Camp Chippamunka, falls in love with fellow counselor Ms.
When one of his Chipmunks pulls a prank to win the camp championships and is caught, Kronk protects the boy at the cost of alienating his love. Kronk's father, Papi, arrives and confusion ensues as several supportive friends try to pass themselves off to him as Kronk's wife and kids.
But in the end, Kronk realizes that his wealth is in his friendships, and this finally wins his father's thumbs up and Miss Birdwell's love. In the credits we're shown the photos of their honeymoon, including in ParisPisa and Venice. Kronk's once again Yzma's partner and still Kuzco's friend despite carrying out Yzma's constant plans to drug Kuzco with a transformation potion.
By the final episode, Kronk is appointed Kuzco's new adviser, while Yzma becomes his helper. It was shown that despite having some amount of hatred towards her, Kronk values his position as Yzma's lackey in some degree, as seen when she fired him on several occasions.
He acts as Kuzco's sidekick, often partaking in his harebrained schemes. When working to destroy Kuzco, Kronk's conscience often gets in the way.
In the show, Kronk works at Mudka's Meat Hut most of the time as well. A running gag in the series involves Kronk forgetting Yzma's actually Principal Amzy in disguise.
However, Kronk revealed in the show's finale "Graduation Groove" that he knew about three episodes prior to said episode, and only pretended to forget. Friendship aside, Kuzco does see Kronk as somewhat of a rival, as Kronk earns a lot of fame and glory with being the school's star athlete and body builder.