The following are fictional characters from Disney's 2000 film The Emperor's New Groove, its direct-to-video sequel Kronk's New Groove, and the spin-off television series The Emperor's New School.
Emperor Kuzco is the main protagonist of the first film and the TV series. He is the 18-year-old emperor of the Incas. He is initially portrayed as a spoiled, selfish, cocky and sarcastic teenager, albeit with a sense of flair and pizzaz. His name is a reference to the ancient Incan city of Cuzco. Throughout the series, he turns into animal.
In The Emperor's New Groove, Kuzco is turned into a llama by the evil Yzma, following her termination as his adviser. He is presumed dead, and finds himself lost in the jungle. Kuzco becomes friends with Pacha, a peasant, who helps Kuzco turn back into a human again, regaining his humility and his throne. Kuzco learns the meaning of friendship and generosity throughout the film.
In Kronk's New Groove, Kuzco acts like the director and breaks the fourth wall by talking to the audience. He admits he has changed: "I'm nice now. Didn't you see the first movie?" However, he remains self-centered; near the end of the movie, he shows up in women's clothing, claiming he is 's wife, announcing, "You like how I weaseled my way into this movie?"
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Links: Yzma's Wikipedia Article Kronk's Wikipedia Article The Emperor's New Groove's Wiki