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    Mayor Toadstool
Voiced by: Stephen Root

The toad mayor of Wartwood.

  • 0% Approval Rating: The people of Wartwood despise him, to the point where he steals their taxes to Toad Tower so he can afford to "buy their love" for his re-election campaign. He's so despised by the citizens of Wartwood that, when the election for mayor occurs in "Hop Popular", literally every single person in Wartwood votes for Hopadiah. Unfortunately, Toadstool still wins because Hop Pop didn't know the rest of the valley got a vote and didn't campaign outside of town.
  • Arc Villain: He is essentially the main antagonist for the first half of Season 1, being the most frequently responsible party behind the problems Anne and the Plantars face. His antagonism appears to be resolved in the season's penultimate episode, which fittingly ends with Grime finally arriving in Wartwood.
  • Aw, Look! They Really Do Love Each Other: He does actually seem upset with the idea of Toadie possibly disappearing in "Snow Day".
  • Bad Boss: He pushes Toadie around on a regular basis, making him do lots of work and even using him as a footstool. That being said, some later episodes, such as "Snow Day", show that he actually does care about him.
    Mayor Toadstool: (sadly) Possible goodbye, Toadie.
  • Bald of Evil: He's one of the very few amphibians with no Non-Mammalian Hair.
  • Beard of Evil: He has a small green tuft of beard on his chin, and he's at least sleazy and corrupt.
  • Corrupt Hick: He certainly gives off this vibe due to his corrupt mayoral hold over the backwoods town of Wartwood combined with his thick Southern accent.
  • Deep South: He has a southern accent.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: He's already more of a jerkass than a true villain, but "Snow Day" shows that he truly cares for Toadie (despite his earlier abusive behavior towards him), saying an emotional "possible goodbye" to him.
  • Fantastic Racism: He's a toad who looks down on frogs, insulted that he even has to compete for mayor against Hop Pop, and saying that a frog winning the vote over a toad would make headlines.
  • Fat Bastard: He's largely built, even for a toad, and is extremely amoral.
  • Formerly Fit: Acrofatic he is not, especially when chasing after a sprightly youngster like Sprig.
    Mayor Toadstool: (panting, out of breath) "Oh boy, I gotta cut back on them cricket nuggets!"
  • Going Native: He seems to side with the frogs of Wartwood over Toad Tower despite being a toad himself.
  • Hereditary Republic: He and his family members have been the mayors of Wartwood for generations, running largely unopposed.
  • It's All About Me: The only person Mayor Toadstool cares about is Mayor Toadstool.
  • I Was Just Passing Through: Gives a variation of this as an excuse, likely to save face, when he saves some of Wartwood's citizens on his back while escaping Toad Tower in "Reunion".
    Mayor Toadstool: "If y'all die, who'll I embezzle money from? Huh?"
  • Jerkass: He's a jerk to pretty much everyone and only proves himself to be more unlikable with each appearance.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Read: Heart of particularly shiny bronze. For how greedy he is, he's far less of a threat than Grime and does his best to keep his citizens from being crushed by rubble in Reunion. He has the capacity to be good, it's just really, really deep down in there. Clearly, he's in denial that he is starting to care about them.
  • Large and in Charge: As he is a toad, he's taller and bulkier than any other of Wartwood's citizens, roughly the same height as Anne.
  • Mayor Pain: At first he just seems like a standard jerk who just happens to be mayor of Wartwood, but over time it's revealed he's corrupt, embezzling money from the town to fund his own re-election, and sending Toad Tower guards after innocent citizens to cover up his deeds.
  • Not-So-Harmless Villain: At first, he comes off as an unethical jerkass mayor, but "Toad Tax" shows him at his absolute worst by stealing the tax money, writing up every resident for tax evasion, letting Grime's goons threaten the innocent villagers mercilessly, and then attempting to kill anyone who finds him out.
  • Obliviously Evil: It's clear he never realizes that embezzling money from the townsfolk is wrong and unethical.
  • The One Who Wears Shoes: He's one of the very few Wartwood citizens who does not walk around barefoot. It indicates his high social status.
  • Permanent Elected Official: Despite accidentally calling the townsfolk idiots in the middle of a campaign and being publicly exposed for embezzlement, Toadstool remains the mayor and no mention is made of any competition. When the election actually occurs in "Hop Popular", he completely lost the Wartwood vote, but it doesn't matter because the entire valley gets to vote, and no one outside Wartwood even knew Hop Pop was running.
  • Pet the Dog:
    • In "Anne Of The Year", he is staunchly opposed to Anne winning the "Frog of the Year" award, but still works with her to rescue the townspeople from a fire. At the end, he admits that even he was impressed by how she was able to save everyone and affirms that she does rightfully deserve the award.
    • In "Reunion", he carries the remaining citizens on his back out of the Collapsing Lair.
  • Sleazy Politician: Very.
  • Stout Strength: He has a heavyset build but he is quite strong, such as when he carried some of Wartwood's citizens on his back while running, though this does leave him exhausted afterwards.
  • Stupid Evil: In "Toad Tax". Despite having already earned the towns' anger for embezzling, he hoards all their tax money to fund his re-election campaign.
  • Unwitting Pawn: Being a toad, he warrants special attention from Captain Grime; regardless of how cooperative the Mayor is with him, his leadership of Wartwood is what establishes toad supremacy over the frogs. If a frog stands up to the toad mayor, that frog will feel Grime's wrath.
  • Worthy Opponent: Though he wins the race for mayor in "Hop-Popular", he admits genuine surprise that the whole Valley didn't love Hop Pop as much as everyone in Wartwood did. Turns out the only reason Toadstool won was because Hop Pop didn't campaign outside of Wartwood, not realizing the rest of the Valley got a vote.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Once Sprig finds out about him hoarding the town's taxes for himself, he tells the boy it's lucky no one else will ever find out about it and immediately attacks him.
  • You Have Failed Me: Another reason he's Going Native is to avoid Grime's wrath for his failure to keep the frogs of Wartwood in their place.

Voiced by: Jack McBrayer

Mayor Toadstool's assistant.

  • Butt-Monkey: Gets abused quite a bit by Mayor Toadstool—being used as a footstool, getting inadvertently punched, heck, even Sprig pushes him to the ground when he goes bad cop in "Croak & Punishment".
  • Hidden Depths: He's also a talented bugball player.
  • Punny Name: A sniveling assistant is called a toadie. And he's a toad.
  • Yes-Man: He always agrees with everything Mayor Toadstool says, whether it's good or bad. So far, the only time he disagrees with the Mayor is in "Civil Wart", where he joins Team Hunter and the Mayor joins Team Alastair.
    Toadstool: "Oh, this is bad, Toadie. People hate us!"
    Toadie: (happily) "With a passion, sir!"

    Sheriff Buck Leatherleaf
"My work here is done."
Voiced by: James Adomian
Wartwood's law enforcer.

    "One-Eyed" Wally Ribbiton
"Anne, the way I see it, you've got a great opportunity in front of you. Whole new world, new people, free to be whatever you want."
Click here to see Wally without his hat 

The local town vagrant.

  • Actor Allusion: Not the first time that James Patrick Stuart is the voice of an old coot with a missing eye.
  • Chekhov's Gunman: He's established as a paranoid homeless frog that will cause chaos in the mistaken belief of protecting the town. Anne doesn't think highly of him at first until they bond while finding the Moss Man, and he mentions offhand that being seen as a lunatic allows him to notice details that others wouldn't and get the jump on others. In the first season finale, he has the sense to plant boom shrooms with a delayed timer despite Anne's objections, because he noticed the Toad guards won't back down. The boom shrooms end up paying off much later.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: When Anne tried to ask him for help, he immediately assumes that she wants to eat him and he runs off screaming in hysterics. Sprig comments that it sounds like something Wally would do.
  • Compressed Hair: As revealed in "Wally and Anne", he actually has shiny, gorgeous Non-Mammalian Hair that remains completely hidden under his hat. Goes through a bit of Dramatic Wind afterward just to show that for a loony person that lives in squalor, his hair is nicely kept. However, he was shown to have shorter hair before in "Breakout Star".
  • Eyes Always Shut: Despite his name, he does have two eyes, it's just that he never opens his left eye. He even keeps it closed while trying to "wink" conspiratorially with his closed eye, which he only realizes too late. The only time he's ever opened his left eye is in the series premiere.
  • Fantastic Racism: He does not think highly of Anne and Sprig's friendship. He even refers to Anne as a monster. He has since gotten over it in "Toad Tax" after Anne stood up to the Toad Soldiers, even stating she has his and the town's respect.
  • Intergenerational Friendship: He forms one with Anne in "Wally and Anne". Also an Interspecies Friendship.
  • Nonindicative Name: One-Eyed Wally actually still has both eyes. He just keeps one eye shut 99% of the time.
  • Obfuscating Stupidity: He acts like a complete loon most of the time; not because he is one, but because he gets a kick out of the reaction.
  • One-Person Birthday Party: Has to celebrate his birthday alone every year due to it landing on the same day as the Blue Moon Shut-In.
  • Secretly Wealthy: "Swamp and Sensibility" reveals he's the heir to a rich family from Ribbitvale, "fanciest town in all of Amphibia".
  • The Thing That Would Not Leave: Stumpy apparently has a hard time getting Wally to ever leave his diner.

    Leopold Loggle
"Well, aren't you fascinating? Yes, you are."
Voiced by: Brian Maillard

An axolotl woodsmith.

  • Alliterative Name: Leopold Loggle
  • Bait-and-Switch Comment: He does this a LOT as the result of an old smithing accident. Serves as a Running Gag throughout the first season.
    Anne: "Can you fix it?"
    Leopold: "As a matter of fact, I CANnnnnnnnnnnnn not."
    Sprig: "Huh. Can you make a new one?"
    Leopold: "ABSOLULTELYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy no way."
    Polly: "Do you have one we could buy?"
    Leopold: "OF COURSE I DOoooooooooooooon't. I don't."
    Anne: "Will you stop doing that?!"
    Leopold: "Can't. Old smithing accident."
  • Body Horror: His throat has been stabbed by a metal pipe during a metal smithing accident, damaging his voice box.
  • Butt-Monkey: In his episode debut, Leopold's shop and woodworks get ruined after the kids accidentally lead a giant bug monster to him. He also reveals that he's close to bankruptcy meaning that business isn't going well for him.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: He is a quirky Amphibian who is said to love wood a little too much. He even admits that he's a complicated man when Anne finds a jar of termites in his shop.
  • Comically Small Bribe: Despite the drastic, collateral damage done to his shop, he lets Anne and the kids go after taking their cane and Anne's push pen.
  • Nonstandard Character Design: Leopold is one of the few non-frog Amphibians, specifically an axolotl, with tiny eyes and external gills shaped like antlers.
  • Seldom-Seen Species: He is an axolotl, which isn't really seen much outside of Pokémon and Animal Crossing. His Eyes Always Shut also makes him similar to an olm (a European blind cave salamander related to the axolotl), though those appear in the show elsewhere. However, the only thing Loggle lacks is a tail, compared to the axolotl residents of Newtopia.
  • Token Minority: The only axolotl in Wartwood.

    Maddie Flour
Voiced by: Jill Bartlett

The creepy young daughter of the town baker who has a crush on Sprig.

  • A Day in the Limelight: "Cursed!" is the first episode that brings her to the forefront and gives Sprig and Anne more insight into her character.
  • Abhorrent Admirer: To Sprig. He tries to remain cordial to her but she obviously scares the crap out of him with her unnerving, Creepy Child behavior.
  • Amicable Exes: After Sprig ends their engagement and Maddie helps save him and Anne from the curse they’ve been under, Sprig and Maddie agree to be friends.
  • Arranged Marriage: Anne forces Sprig to promise to marry her in order to get pizza dough.
    Maddie: See you soon, hubby!
  • Artifact of Doom: The engagement ring she gave Sprig certainly LOOKS the part: creepily skull-shaped with hellish light shining within the eye sockets. Knowing Maddie, it might or might not actually be cursed.
  • Black Magic: She knows a charm to track down curses and even knows how to create curses herself, but she only uses them on people who really deserve them.
  • Creepy Child: She talks with a low creepy voice and plays with a voodoo doll she made of Sprig.
    Maddie: I've seen your death in my mind.
    Sprig: I was kind of hoping it would be a surprise.
    Maddie: It will be.
  • Creepy Good: While she can come off as unsettling in her dark interests, she’s a good person who uses her knowledge of magic and curses to help people.
  • Creepy Loner Girl: Has a somewhat disheveled look, and her mannerism tends to drive people away.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: She has macabre interests, talks about disturbing things casually, and has knowledge of the dark arts, but she’s not a bad person. In “Cursed!” Sprig is forced to come to terms with the fact that he’s been judging her without ever actually getting to know her.
  • Establishing Character Moment: The first time Maddie appears, she's driving a sharp stick through the chest of a Voodoo Doll of Sprig.
  • Exorcist Head: She turns her head 360 degrees to Anne in "Cursed!"
  • Eye of Newt: All of her magic comes from mixing things to make potions and powders.
  • Good All Along: Up until midway through the episode "Cursed!", Maddie came off as someone with potentially murderous intentions towards Sprig.
    Maddie: I'll have you know I learned magic to help people, not hurt them. Sheesh!
  • Goth Girls Know Magic: She wears dark-colored clothes and an overall moody aesthetic, and she can perform magic and curses.
  • Hellish Pupils: She has vertical pupils to add to the creepiness. Subverted after she's revealed to be good all along.
  • Meaningful Name: Maddie can easily be described as mad.
  • Misunderstood Loner with a Heart of Gold: Maddie can easily come across as creepy or even threatening to those who don't know her well, but despite her intensity and dark interests, she's really a good person who learned magic—including the dark arts—so she could help people.
  • Multicolored Hair: Her hair has lilac spots.
  • Nightmare Fetishist: Her interests include voodoo dolls, casually telling people she's foreseen their deaths, creepy skull rings, the dark arts, and baking bread in the shape of her friends which she happily watches burn in a fire.
  • Peek-a-Bangs: Her hair covers up one of her eyes.
  • Yandere: Subverted. In her initial appearance, it's not clear if she has a crush on Sprig, wants to kill him or both. Later it’s made clear she likes him, she just has a strange way of showing it. When Sprig breaks up with her in “Cursed!” via paper airplane, and he and Anne end up cursed afterwards, not only was Maddie not the one who cursed them, she helps them defeat the one who did in exchange for nothing. The episode ends with her and Sprig agreeing to stay friends.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Her hair is pink, mostly.

    Mrs. Sadie Croaker
"Thanks again for helping me out! I know Brutus can be a handful!"
Voiced by: Laila Berzins

An old woman who runs the dairy farm.

  • All Animals Are Dogs: Archie, her pet spider, demonstrates very doglike behavior.
    Mrs. Croaker: "Bless my socks! If it isn't Sprig Plantar!"
    Archie: "Ruff!"
  • Automaton Horse: The giant ladybug she drives. It even has a stick shift.
  • Cool Old Lady: She's old enough to know Hop Pop's father, and she's clever and a badass driver and fighter. She can still kick some serious butt when an assassin comes after her.
  • Crazy Cat Lady: She's called a "crazy spider lady" by one of the frogs, although her pet spider acts more like a dog than a cat.
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: She looks like a senile old lady, but she's actually quite smart and cunning, not to mention a competent fighter.
  • Hero of Another Story: "Cracking Mrs. Croaker" shows that she went on her own adventures in her youth, which has resulted in her being on the hit-list of a guild, and her own Arch-Enemy in the form of Jonah.
  • I Was Quite the Looker: Anne and Polly both agree she was hot when she was younger.
  • Miniature Senior Citizens: She's slightly taller than Hop Pop, but still among the shortest adults in Wartwood.
  • Mysterious Past: She has a shady past which includes animosity towards a mysterious guild. One ex-member of said guild has been tracking her for thirty years to kill her for unexplained reasons. Once the incident is resolved, she tells Anne and the Plantars to forget it ever happened.
  • Never Mess with Granny: She is hinted to have an Action Girl past, and can still kick serious ass.
  • Screw Politeness, I'm A Senior!: She can be rude and blunt, especially to Sprig, whom she's not very fond of.
  • Somebody Doesn't Love Raymond: The plot of "Cracking Mrs. Croaker" is Sprig trying to get her to like him since she's the only person in Wartwood who doesn't. Once he explains himself, she says that there's just something about him she doesn't like, but concedes that if he's willing to put in so much effort to get her to like him, she might as well try to like him back.
  • Troll: She's willing to do this to people who've upset her, even when she says she forgives them.
    Sprig: "Pretty sure I just got played."
    Anne: "That woman is everything I want to be!"

    Felicia Sundew
Voiced by: Kaitlyn Robrock

Ivy’s mother and the proprietor of the café.

    Ivy Sundew
"See you later, Sprig... but you won't see meee!"
Voiced by: Katie Crown

Felicia's daughter and Sprig's best frog friend.

  • Action Girl: She loves fighting and frequently ambushes Sprig to spar with him.
  • Attack Hello: Her usual way of greeting Sprig.
  • Birds of a Feather: She and Sprig are friends who both enjoy fighting and the outdoors. Also, both she and him have orange hair.
  • Cannot Spit It Out: When trying to confess to Sprig that she likes him, she cannot express it with words, and fumbles with her hat as she’s trying to do so. Thankfully, Sprig understands what she is trying to say, and accepts.
  • Feminine Mother, Tomboyish Daughter: While her mother Felicia is a more reserved woman, Ivy loves the outdoors and playing rough. Despite this, they have a loving mother-daughter relationship.
  • Fiery Redhead: She's a fierce tomboy who enjoys roughhousing, and she has orange Non-Mammalian Hair.
  • The Gadfly: Ivy has a tendency to pull surprises on Sprig.
  • Just Friends: She thinks she has this relationship with Sprig. Starting from the end of "Dating Season," Sprig himself wants to take it the next step. By the events of "Anne of the Year", it’s revealed she has a crush on him too, so they end up together.
  • Meaningful Name: "Sundew" is an adorable name for a carniverous plant, an appropriate metaphor not only for her but for the show as a whole.
  • Puppy Love: Both she and her love interest Sprig are pre-teens.
  • Relationship Upgrade: She and Sprig end up dating in "Anne of the Year".
  • Satellite Love Interest: Each episode featuring her is centered around Sprig's crush on her.
  • Strict Parents Make Sneaky Kids: In “Ivy on the Run”, she gets fed up with her mother’s strict rules, and tries to run away.
  • Tomboy: Favors fighting and the outdoors over more "girly" things.

    Sylvia Sundew
"I've always had a soft spot for the weird ones!"
Voiced by: Mona Marshall

Felicia's mother. Hop Pop is romantically interested in her.

  • Alliterative Name: Sylvia Sundew.
  • Amazingly Embarrassing Parents: She admits that one of the reasons she's looking forward to the local dance is because she's missed "the embrace of a man." She says this in front of her daughter, who is not happy to hear it.
  • Birds of a Feather: Both she and Hop Pop enjoy freestyle dancing that horrifies the other frogs.
  • Cool Old Lady: Sylvia is shown to be fairly laid-back and friendly towards everyone.
  • December–December Romance: She has a blossoming relationship with Hop Pop. Both of them are elderly frogs with grandchildren of their own.
  • Give Geeks a Chance: Her reasoning for choosing Hop Pop over Monroe.
    Sylvia: "I told you. I always had a soft spot for the weird ones."
  • Making a Spectacle of Yourself: She seems to be wearing tacky glasses, although it's unclear whether they're actual glasses or her eyes are shaped like that.
  • New Old Flame: She's an old friend of Hop Pop's who he had a crush on, but who moved away prior to the events of the series. When she returns to Wartwood, Hop Pop tries to finally work up the courage to tell her how he feels.
  • Silver Fox: Despite being an elderly frog, she is in a good shape, and both Hop Pop and Monroe find her very attractive. In "Family Fishing Trip", even Sprig gets distracted by her flowing hair.

    Stumpy Stumpson
"Here you are. Four bowls of slop. Enjoy. Or don't. Makes no difference to me."
Voiced by: John DiMaggio

A chef running a restaurant in Wartwood.

  • Alliterative Name: As seen in a Freeze-Frame Bonus when Bog is listing off the frogs off of his tax list in "Toad Tax", his full name is revealed to be Stumpy Stumpson. Also doubles as a Repetitive Name.
  • Artificial Limbs: He's missing both hands and his right leg, and has replaced the former with attachable kitchen utensils and the latter with a peg leg.
  • Chef of Iron: Guy's not afraid to get dirty if he needs to. He even lands the finishing blow on the kraken when it attacks Duckweed.
  • Greasy Spoon: The restaurant he's running is a dirty place with disgusting-looking food, at least until Anne decides to upgrade it.
  • Hook Hand: Both of his hands are cut off and replaced by prosthetics shaped like various kitchen tools. The spatula attachment is explicitly stated to be made from the bones of one of his missing hands.
  • Lethal Chef: The food he serves (before Anne's involvement) looks disgusting.
  • Oral Fixation: He always has a beetle leg sticking out from his mouth.
  • Stopped Caring: He knows that his guests have bad opinions on the food he serves, but he doesn't really care. Anne helps him take some pride in his work again.

    Mr. Albus Duckweed
"Well, what does a creature like you know about running a restaurant?"
Voiced by: Kevin McDonald

The most popular restaurant critic in Wartwood. Unfortunately, he's also very hard to please and loves to exploit his reputation.

  • Actor Allusion: In Catscratch, Kevin McDonald voiced a character who loves newts. Here, he voices Duckweed, who is a newt.
  • Ass in a Lion Skin: He's been known to disguise himself as a frog for the sake of getting unbiased treatment from restaurants.
    Anne: "Duckweed... what's with the disguise?"
    Duckweed: "Oh, this? It's kind of a critic thing."
    Anne: "Really?"
    Duckweed: "Uh-huh. It's to guarantee that we get a genuine experience, you know?"
    Anne: "Oh, interesting."
    Duckweed: "If you knew it was me, you'd probably zhuzh it up a bit, make it a little bit better, but in a disguise, you're just going to serve me like anyone else!"
    Anne: "Oh... that's actually really clever."
    Duckweed: "Thank you!"
  • Caustic Critic: Duckweed lives to have Stumpy's closed down. When Anne revitalizes it and her food becomes a big hit, Duckweed still plans to give it a bad review, likely out of spite.
    "And when I publish my review, your restaurant will be ruined! Ha-ha-ha! I love my job."
    • He changes his mind after being saved from the main course, believing it was an intentional twist of "food that eats you", and praising Stumpy and Anne for their "creativity".
  • I Am Not Weasel: He's a newt, not a lizard as Anne called him. Given reptiles are presumably non-anthropomorphic in Amphibia, it's a rather important difference.
  • Jerkass: He's generally unpleasant towards both Stumpy and Anne, insulting Anne's parents and taking pleasure in the idea of putting Stumpy out of business.
    "I mean, how hard is it to run a restaurant anyway? You just put food on tables! A tadpole can do it!"
  • Token Minority: The only resident newt in Wartwood.

    Soggy Joe
"I can take you folks to a real campsite! One where there ain't none of this kiddie stuff, like shelter or potable water!"
Voiced by: Fred Tatasciore

An outdoor survivalist who lives for danger.

  • Crazy Survivalist: He loves camping out at parts of the wilderness with a low rate of survival.
  • Creepy Good: His... eccentric behavior tends to suggest otherwise, but he's generally a good guy.
    Soggy Joe: (starts laughing again)
    Anne: "Yeesh! Could you, like, turn down the creep j...just a bit?"
    Soggy Joe: "No!"
  • Evil Laugh: Though he's not evil, his laughter is rather maniacal and chilling.
  • Hidden Depths: He and his fellow truckers are able to psychoanalyze Polly's behavior in "Truck Stop Polly" accurately, much to her dismay.
  • Major Injury Underreaction: Takes an axe to the back, falls over for several minutes, then gets up as if nothing has happened. Justified, as he wore an axe-proof vest for protection.
  • New Job as the Plot Demands: In Season Two, he shows up as a trucker and likes to be called Speedy Joe.
  • No Celebrities Were Harmed: He's a parody of Bear Grylls.
  • Rated M for Manly: Just look at him!
  • Real Men Wear Pink: Just because he's a manly survivalist doesn't mean he can't appreciate a good peony bath bomb.
  • Seadog Beard: It's got bones in it!
  • Tattoo as Character Type: His arms are covered in numerous tattoos of dangerous animals, to emphasize his toughness.
  • Tongue Trauma: He suffers from having a part of his tongue bitten off. How he got the injury, however, is unknown.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: After a night of real camping, he likes to take people out for pancakes.

"Classic, gullible Hopadiah!"
Voiced by: Paul Eiding

An old childhood rival of Hop Pop's.

  • Always Someone Better: Him to Hop Pop, and oh, does Monroe revel in that fact.
  • The Rival: He's been Hop Pop's rival throughout their entire lives.
  • Sitcom Archnemesis: To Hop Pop, apparently upstaging him in everything ever since they were young frogs.

"Oh, can I help you children?"
Click here to see Gunther when he hulks out 
Voiced by: Chris Sullivan

A Southern tusked frog who moved to Wartwood from the south due to an "unfortunate misunderstanding".

"I grow tulips!"
Voiced by: Matt Braly

A simple frog of few words who grows tulips.

  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: He seems ditzy and helpless, but Hop Pop hired him to look after the Plantars' house for a reason.
  • Catchphrase: "I grow tulips". Almost to the point of Pokémon Speak, since he almost never says anything else.
  • Creator Cameo: Voiced by the series creator, Matt Braly.
  • Eye-Obscuring Hat: Always wears a straw hat that conveniently covers his eyes.
  • Genius Ditz: Ditzy enough that Anne initially refused to leave him in charge of watching the Plantar's house, but he was able to rebuild it in seconds after it was completely destroyed.
  • Hidden Depths: Outside of being a tulip farmer, he's also a decent bugball player in his own right, as seen in "The Big Bugball Game". He is also able to repair destroyed houses in a matter of seconds.

    The Seamstress 

A frog that skins other frogs to make clothing for herself.


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