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Poppy Playtime Chapter 2 Characters

Poppy Playtime Chapter 2 is three times the size of Chapter 1.

There are mind-numbing puzzles and horrific toys.

You must grapple and swing your way to safety.

Chapter 2 contains new bosses/toys/characters.

The green hand has also been introduced to the game that allows you to transfer power without the confines of a wire.

You can also grab onto pipes, swing across missing flooring, and grapple straight up.

This article contains a list of all Poppy Playtime Chapter 2 characters/bosses/toys.

1. Bunzo the Bunny

Bunzo the Bunny Poppy Playtime

Bunzo the Bunny is a toy made by Playtime Co. that appeared in Chapter 2: Fly in a Web.

It can be found in Musical Memory and its toy versions can be seen produced near the Water Treatment.

Bunzo the Bunny is a yellow rabbit with black eyes, two buck teeth, and two long yellow ears.

He also wears a green party hat and overalls with a couple of big green buttons.

When aggravated, he will reveal his sharp teeth within his maw.

Bunzo has no current lore and his personality is not known.

However, based on his appearance, he seems to be cheerful and appreciates music.

2. Huggy Buddies

Huggy Buddies Poppy Playtime

Huggy Buddies (also known as Mini Huggies) are similar to Huggy Wuggy, the main mascot of Playtime Co.

They are long-legged, furry monsters that come in green, red, and blue.

Their hands have straps of velcro that allow them to grip objects.

In addition, they have four fingers and thumbs that are fused together which prevents them to move individually.

They are 1/10th the size of Huggy Wuggy with disproportionate torsos and jointless limbs.

Huggy Buddies are most likely controlled by Mommy Long Legs because they were pulled by her in the Chapter 2 trailer.

They are located in the Whack-A-Wuggy Room.

The jumpscare sound for Huggy Buddies is similar to Huggy Wuggy in Chapter 1 but in a higher pitch.

3. PJ Pug-A-Pillar

PJ Pug-A-Pillar Poppy Playtime

PJ Pug-A-Pillar (also known as Worm Guy) is a Poppy Playtime Chapter 2 character that looks like a caterpillar.

It is located in the Statues game as the main antagonist to finish the round.

PJ is a long purple and blue combination of a pug and a caterpillar.

It has two black pupils on each eye, pink lips, a blue nose, and fluffy ears.

The weight, height, and creation date of PJ are currently unknown.

Its jumpscare is slowly crawling toward the player and sticking its tongue out.

4. Mommy Long Legs

Mommy Long Legs Poppy Playtime

Mommy Long Legs is a living spider toy and the main antagonist in Poppy Playtime Chapter 2.

Unlike Poppy Playtime Chapter 1, she will not be the only boss faced in the game.

Mommy Long Legs is a large monster with human-like characteristics that resemble a spider with pink skin.

She has tangled and noodle-like hair which is tied into a ponytail with a blue hair tie.

Her face has a couple of plastic green eyes with three eyelashes each.

Mommy Long Legs has a body that compromises a torso and a lower body that is colored with a dark shade of pink.

She resembles Betty Spaghetty because they share similar features.

The features are bright appealing colors, feminine makeup, and bendy limbs.

Not much is known about Mommy Long Leg’s personality.

However, she will do anything to prevent her victims from winning her games.

In Musical Memory, she added more colors and symbols to increase the difficulty of the game.

Mommy Long Legs is produced by Playtime Co. in 1991.

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