|Jiggywikki was recently forked from Banjo-Kazooie FANDOM, and is currently under heavy renovation. Take note that most of the articles, images, and categories are currently being reworked for the new wiki.|
|This article/section requires cleanup in order to qualify for Jiggywikki's standards. |
You can discuss this issue on the talk page or this page to improve it.
- Not to be confused with Moggi.
When Banjo and Kazooie first venture into Boggy's Igloo, they are greeted by a trio of depressed polar bear cubs who are sad because their father didn't get them any Christmas presents. After searching Freezeezy Peak for the three presents, Banjo and Kazooie return the gifts to the children and receive a Jiggy as a reward. For the remainder of the game, the kids can be seen joyfully bouncing around the igloo while their father sleeps in his chair.
In Banjo-Kazooie, Moggy wears blue pajama pants. Also, he is the only polar bear cub who actually has a speaking role in the game. Along with the rest of the game's cast, Moggy returns in the Xbox Live Arcade version of Banjo-Kazooie.
Two years later, Moggy, Soggy, and Groggy are visiting Witchyworld with their mother but refuse to leave the theme park. When Mrs. Boggy asks Banjo and Kazooie to round up the kids for her, the duo have a hard time getting the kids to leave. They have to hit Moggy to send him home, but neither Boggy nor his wife seem to care. However, they realize that he needs to be taught some discipline. For the rest of Banjo and Kazooie's second quest, Moggy spends his time jumping on his parents' bed in Hailfire Peaks (much to the delight of his sister, Soggy).
In Banjo-Tooie, Moggy wears blue jeans, a red cap, and a red t-shirt that bears the depiction of an unspecified planetary body that appears to be Saturn. Moggy returns in Banjo-Tooie's Xbox Live Arcade port.
Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts
Moggy, Soggy, and Groggy were scheduled to appear in Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts, but were cut from the game due to time constraints. Although they were cut, their head icons appeared in a promotional artwork for the game. The Jiggy Challenge featuring the cubs was titled "Don't Bring Your Kids to Work Day" in reference to them.