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In Return of the Kings, he returns Boomer and Brady to Kinkow and makes them the kings of Kinkow. Mason knows that Boomer and Brady are the Kings of Legend. He doesn't like it when Brady is mocking about his daughter since Brady has a crush on Mikayla.
Mason believes that Boomer and Brady are Kings of Legend. He tries proving this to the island elders, but when Brady and Boomer lie to him, he loses all trust in them. Brady and Boomer come back to Kinkow and defeat Zadoc, earning back Mason's trust, and he also starts to believe that they are Kings of Legend again.
In the first episode of season 3, it was shown that Mason knew that Boomer and Brady have another brother (Boz) because they're triplets. He felt embarrassed that he said Brady is a king of legend, when he really wasn't. In the first episode of season 3, it was known that Mason knew that Boomer and Brady have another brother (Boz) because their triplets.
Mason Makoola is part Sasquatch. Mason is tall, muscular, with a very deep voice.
He is wise, strong, good with a machete (he chopped a palm tree and a table in half), and loyal to the kings, Boomer and Brady, though he sometimes gets annoyed by the antics the kings put themselves in. He's also the overpropective father of Mikayla, of whom Brady is not-so-secretly crushing on.He was very close to the twins father.His best friend is Mahama and his enemy.His wife is Enilla and has a son called Mason Jr. He has a younger brother named Jason and they don't get along. He is part sasquash. He was also good friends of Brady and Boomer's parents.
"This is thirty six inches of cold hard steel forged from the fires of Mt. Don't Touch My Daughter."
- Return of the Kings
- People often wonder if his voice is real because it is so deep