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- Not to be confused with Piddles.
Puddles in Banjo-Tooie.
Isle O' Hags
In Banjo-Tooie, Puddles first appears in the opening cutscene, being carried by Blobbelda (who is also alongside Mingella), where they arrive at Spiral Mountain with the Hag 1. There, they blast the boulder where Gruntilda was stuck under, freeing her. Shortly after that, they enter back into the drilling machine and leave, heading to Cauldron Keep.
In the Tower of Tragedy quiz show, Blobbelda is a contestant but ends up losing and getting a 1-ton weight dropped into her and Puddles.
Puddles is a small cat with purplish gray fur, yellow sclerae and both a red and a green eye (likely meaning it has heterochromia iridum).
- It is likely that the idea of giving Blobbelda a cat was inspired by the fact that cats are often decipted alongside witches during Halloween.
- In Banjo-Tooie, during the scene where the witches are laughing after having sucked King Jingaling's life force, Puddles is seen laughing alongside them.
- "Puddles" originally started as an unofficial name created by DK Vine based off on Piddles from Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts, but was later made official by Steve Mayles.