Ad blocker interference detected!
Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers
Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.
Not to be confused with Bungo.
In The Great Redwall Feast
Bungo scared everyone, especially his mother, when he disappeared during the feast preparation. Everyone thought he had fallen in the deeper'n'ever pie, but he was actually in a plum pie which he enjoyed so much he didn't want to get out. Bungo performed other little pranks and later told the Father Abbot that he did the work all by himself.
In A Redwall Winter's Tale
Bungo and his best friend Tubspike had been sent to welcome the Traveling Thistledown Troupe for the feast of Autumn's final day, and liked their performance so much that they did not want to go to bed. Fortunately, one of the performers, Bulbrock Broadstripe, told the Dibbuns the story of the Snow Badger who requires everyone to sleep so that he can cover everything outside with snow, and Bungo fell asleep dreaming of stealing pies and throwing snowballs at the other Abbey dwellers.
When he woke up before the other Dibbuns, Bungo opened the windows of the dormitory just as the Snow Badger was frosting the window panes. Bungo talked with the Snow Badger and the badger was very fond of the small mole. The other Abbey dwellers did not believe that Bungo had met the Snow Badger until Bulbrock told them he had also met him in his childhood and revealed the pouch both he and Bungo had received containing an ice crystal from the Snow Badger, along with a parchment containing a riddle, which Bulbrock and Father Abbot helped him solve. Bungo and Tubspike found the Abbey and its surroundings covered with snow and went to play winter games with the other Abbey residents and their guests.